Jessica Goldbogen

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  • 11 years ago

    When lawyer Ellen J. Fried decided to find a different career after spending time raising her son, she was intrigued by a new field of study—one in which she could combine her intellect and love of food. Fried completed a master's degree last...

  • 12 years ago

    Steve Almond is uniquely qualified to write a book about candy—after all, he's eaten the stuff every day of his life. This addiction, and his lifelong tendency to use sugar as a surrogate for love and happiness, underscore Candyfreak, his exp...

  • 12 years ago

    Many people think that once they hit their thirties, their college days are over. Life tends to get in the way of education: family, relationships, jobs—not to mention that pesky matter of paying tuition. But for those considering earning a b...

  • 12 years ago

    A growing number of New Yorkers whose jobs in finance, publishing, or computer science have been casualties of recent economic woes aren't waiting for the economy to pick up. Instead, they're taking matters into their own hands, abandoning their o...

  • 13 years ago

    The other day I got my first loan invoice. Suddenly, the adrenaline-fueled decision I made less than a year ago didn't seem so great. Nine months of culinary school for $20,000—was it worth it? I'll soon find out, as will my 14 classmates at ...


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