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HIGHLAND PARK — Hip hop artist David Rush will join with family and friends at a Somerset restaurant tonight to celebrate a special milestone. While it’s not a birthday, Rush, 29, of Highland Park, and his half brother and best friend Dwaine …

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There is an increasing amount of fatherhood research going on, which is a good thing. A father’s place in the family has been undervalued in recent decades while single motherhood was socially accepted and supported. Children need their fathers. But it …

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‘I was ambivalent about fatherhood before, and unsure whether that’s what I wanted from life,’ he says. ‘Now I’ve been put into a situation where I know I am going to be a father, but one with no involvement. I don’t think it has fully hit me yet.

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Mr. Kleiman, who has photographed musicians, athletes and CEOs for record labels and magazines, says the combination of fatherhood and his past work prepared him for the schools gig. “The temper tantrums, the destroying the set, I’ve been …

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As the verdict went forth in trial of Dr. Conrad Murray, I could not help but notice the immediate responses of many individuals. There were tears of joy, sighs of relief, and the applause of those who held this individual’s alleged behavior in contempt …

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The entire goal of this exercise seems to be to prove House can still push Taub’s buttons. To his surprise, Taub only temporarily rises to the bait, destroying the results without looking at them. Perhaps fatherhood has made Taub a more centered man.

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So dark. So masterful, especially when he locks eyes with Paltrow’s pregnant wife and delivers the loaded line about his own near brush with fatherhood, ” …I wore her down.” Yet so much humanity, and at the end, a narrow sliver of hope.