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a newspaper columnist who answers questions and offers advice on personal problems to people who write in

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They have been writing the Career Q&A advice column for more than 10 years.
The Ask Uncle Slash advice column will begin running June 2013 on howdoidate.
NEW YORK -- Dolores Prida, a writer who chronicled Hispanic life on stages, on opinion pages and in advice columns until her death last week, is being remembered as a voice that illuminated a community to both outsiders and Hispanics themselves.
Write to Legal Advice Column, Birmingham Post, Floor 6, Fort Dunlop, Birmingham B24 9FF, or email enquiries@sydneymitchell.
Even more salacious is the possibility that the apparent cuckold in this case previously wrote to an advice column in the New York Times.
Along with this weekly advice column, there is an offer to adopt one of the animals from the shelter of Bahrain Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Grant and Kevin Ashby, from Hilltop Garden Centre, Shilton Lane, return with their gardening advice column WITH springtime here at last we can finally start to think about planting fruit and veg ready for picking and eating in the summer.
He opened up about his past concerns while giving advice to a worried mum in his advice column for music magazine Rolling Stone, reports Contactmusic.
HBO is considering a show based on "Savage Love," the sex advice column syndicated in alternative weeklies.
She was the original advice columnist who began writing an advice column when she was a 21--year--old high school graduate for Pennsylvania's 'Harrisburg Telegraph' and "'Teen Topics" is a collection of her newspaper personal advice columns published from 1940 through 1942 dealing with subjects of particular interest to her teenage readers.
When asked where to invest pounds 100,000 via his Family Advice column in the Huddersfield Examiner by a Mrs.
He tracks the evolution of the advice column from the late 19th century to the present time and conducts a content analysis of the genre as it shifted focus from the dispositions of women and courting practices in the early stages to more explicit discussions of sexuality and connected societal concerns such as violence, medical procedures, and legal rights in the current era.
The activities range from writing an advice column, to book & film reviews, to a television program script, to cartoon dialogue, and more.
In Fairies, Phryne is asked to solve the murder of Miss Lavender, a writer/illustrator obsessed with fairies, who also writes an advice column for a woman's magazine.