GEM Magazine LI is the sparkling new lifestyle magazine for the Long Island woman. Helping real women get the real answers they need – now – Gem is a monthly publication poised to become the trusted resource for women across the Island. From Montauk to Manhattan, women are turning to Gem!
GEM Magazine LI addresses the needs, concerns and issues facing the “real” Long Island woman. Meeting the demands of a fast paced and ever changing modern society, today’s Long Island women are faced with wearing many hats and are challenged by a tough balancing act. Women are an integral part of the successful management of many organizations whether they are private homes, schools, communities, businesses or even governments. Women are often times key decision makers and managers.
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I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change
Have you ever read a book or watched a movie and thought to yourself, are they talking about me? That’s what I thought after viewing the John W. Engeman Theater at Northport’s production of “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change”, by Joe Dipietro and Jimmy Roberts. The storyline is simple: two men and two women sing and dance about the trials and tribulations of relationships. It begins with the singles dating scene and finding common ground on the first date. To the wedding and children, to dealing with your teenage children and your spouse on a road trip to becoming middle aged and trying to see why you fell in love in the first place. Eventually reaching the end of life and realizing its okay to move on and maybe find love again. Not only was this show honest and to the point, it kept me laughing from start to finish. Forget reading self-help dating books like “He’s Just Not that Into You”, or “Act Like a Lady Think like a Man”, go online and reserve your tickets to “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change.
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