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Oprah's Book, Healing at Veterans Farm, Eccentric America, and Boomers Remember When

Deborah Davis' recently released "The Oprah Winfrey Show: Reflections on an American Legacy" captures the essence of America's most beloved talk-show host. Born poor and black in rural Mississippi in 1954, Oprah Gail Winfrey rose above it all to become not only an American icon but one of the most powerful voices in the world.

Veterans Farm provides employment, purpose and healing to veterans. Started by 34 year-old purple heart recipient Adam Burke, who was badly injured in Iraq, this soldier-turned-farmer invites veterans - some of them disabled - to work and live on the farm. In exchange, returning soldiers are employed, learn new skills and are provided a kind of sanctuary to heal, both physically and emotionally with others who have gone through similar experiences.

Janet Friedman, author of "Eccentric America," has embraced, with a vengeance, everything offbeat that our country has to offer. With the launch of her new website,, she guides us to some of the country's most unforgettable and offbeat experiences.

Bob DiLallo is a boomer and a proud one at that. In fact, he's a bit of a sentimentalist and has created a new website called to capture all those boomer memories before we're too old to actually recall all the great times!

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