It is hard to deny the prevalence of celebrity activism these days, impacting political outcomes, social values, cultural trends, and a multitude of other issues affecting individuals and the way we conduct our lives.

For those of us who admit to subscribing to “People” magazine, it is difficult to hide the secret fun of a guilty pleasure as we ravage its pages to learn all we possibly can about famous folks and their lifestyles, right down to the very last published word.

Read the full article on Laurie’s column at LifeCycles in the Communities at The Washington Times »

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