Boston Globe/Boston.com Love Letters advice giver, entertainment writer, and author of the novel The Singles, which you should read on/near the beach.

The fashionable set goes shopping for a cause

bostonglobe.com — A crowd of shopping pros showed up at the opening of Bottega Veneta in Boston Wednesday. RoAnn Costin of Cambridge settled on a mist - that's fashionspeak for light gray - knit dress without even stepping out of the dressing room for peer approval. "Wait, I don't get to see?"

Lindsay Clubine calls hacked photos a ‘terrible crime’

bostonglobe.com — Continue reading below Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Gabrielle Union and dozens of other celebrities have been victims of recent phone hacking scandals, their private, nude photos splashed across the Internet. Now it appears that the wife of Red Sox pitcher Clay Buchholz is the latest target.

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Former Boston actress plans for local showcase in LA

bostonglobe.com — Boston people are talented and funny. We know this, of course. So does actress Ellen Soderberg, who lived in the Hub before moving out to Los Angeles. "There are so many people here who are somehow trained in Boston," Soderberg said, alluding to Burlington's Amy Poehler, "The Office" cast members such as B. J.

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Rosenberg case gets a long look at BU

bostonglobe.com — "I am well aware that we face many long days and difficult obstacles have to be overcome before we can really see victory," Ethel Rosenberg wrote while behind bars in 1952, "but I'm still confident that we'll win our freedom."

Lena Dunham speaks at packed Wilbur Theatre

bostonglobe.com — "Girls" creator and star Lena Dunham sat backstage in the green room at the Wilbur Theatre on Thursday night looking just a little bit nervous about taking the stage to talk about her new book, "Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She's 'Learned.'" There were more than 1,000 people waiting for her in the sold-out venue.

Stephin Merritt draws a crowd to the Brattle

bostonglobe.com — Fans of Stephin Merritt (and/or his band the Magnetic Fields) filled the Brattle Theatre Thursday for the singer-songwriter's book-signing. And an unusual book it is. Merritt, an inventive lyricist, has published a collection of poetry, "101 Two-Letter Words," which are rhymes about every two-letter word in the Scrabble dictionary.

Margo Howard celebrates ‘Eat, Drink and Remarry’

bostonglobe.com — Cambridge royal Margo Howard, former writer of Dear Prudence and Dear Margo (and the daughter of Eppie Lederer - a.k.a Ann Landers), was surrounded by 100-some friends at the Sunday book party for her memoir "Eat, Drink and Remarry: Confessions of a Serial Wife," which was released Tuesday.

David Carr and Jill Abramson will talk media at BU

bostonglobe.com — Continue reading below New York Times media and culture critic David Carr and former Times editor Jill Abramson will headline what's bound to be a quotable night at Boston University next month. Carr, who's now the Andrew R.
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Oct 22, 2014

Last night's Olive Kitteridge screening made me have really quaint, lovely, no-nonsense dreams.

Oct 21, 2014

I saw some Olive Kitteridge at @JFKLibrary tonight. Gloucester looks so pretty in it. So does Jesse Plemons (in scenes without mustache).

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