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Brothers & Sisters returns on September 26 with its fifth season premiere. We previously posted promo photos for this episode and now we have two sneak peeks below.
One Year After A Tragic Accident, The Walker Family Reunites, On The Fifth-season Premiere Of ABC’S “Brothers & Sisters”
“The Homecoming” – It’s been a year since the Walker family was torn apart by a tragic car accident, and in a very un-Walker like fashion, everyone has been avoiding everyone else. Truths and reality only start to set in when the family is forced to come together for Justin’s homecoming party: Nora tries to prepare for the party, but is not acting like the mother she used to be; Sarah is consumed with the Narrow Lake deal; Kevin has a new career as public defense attorney; Saul and Scotty are running their restaurant; and Kitty’s life has become a taboo subject for everyone. »
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Eating healthy is hard enough for adults.
So imagine how difficult it is to get kids out of their comfort zone of chicken fingers and fries.
According to healthy food advocate and Clean Food author Terry Walters, it’s easier than you think.
“Encouraging kids to be more adventurous eaters can be a wonderful experience for the whole family to share,” says the mom-of-two.
So what does she suggest? Click below to find out.
Make meals fun.
Wraps, burritos, tacos and summer rolls are all great ways to make eating vegetables fun. Served with their favorite toppings and dressings, »
Chicago – People who have been diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome, which is on the autistic spectrum, are sometimes described as being “mind blind”. In other words, they often don’t understand what people are thinking.
Rose Byrne and Hugh Dancy star in the film “Adam” to help audiences to visualize the condition, learn how to deal with it and metaphorically highlight it as just one way to understand typical misunderstandings in relationships.
“Adam” was released on DVD on Feb. 2, 2010. “Adam” star Rose Byrne is being buzzed about now with her return to TV’s “Damages” with Glenn Close. HollywoodChicago.com sat down with Rose Byrne and Hugh Dancy in Chicago to discuss the film.
Photo credit: Fox Searchlight Pictures
HollywoodChicago.com: What does it actually feel like to be “mind blind”?
Hugh Dancy: I think it’d feel incredibly exhausting, frustrating »
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3 items from 2010
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