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The Etiquette Grrls in the News

New! The New York Daily News asks about Holiday Parties

Newspapers, magazines and online publications

The New York Times Book Review: Etiquette Books for an Age Without Rules, by P.J. O'Rourke

EGL gives USA Weekend some tips on Coed Baby Showers, and gaveCosmopolitan the low-down on Dinner Party Manners in the May 2003 issue.

The Chicago Tribune asks about How to Address Your Mother-in-Law, and includes a sidebar of tips! (Both links require free registration.)

Ladies' Home Journal magazine: Good Manners -- Your Way, by Deborah Pike, with additional reporting by Francesca DiMeglio

Allure: Party Central: Some women seem to waltz through the party scene with invisible spotlights focused on them. Now they share their secrets, by Jennifer Tung

USA Today: Please. Give e-mail sign-offs your best. Thanks. Ciao., by Olivia Barker

Glamour: Let's Talk About Sex: How's Your Sex Etiquette, by Lynn Harris

USA Today: Mom was right: It's rude not to RSVP, by Maria Puente

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Etiquette Grrls strive for new era of politeness, by L.A. Johnson

The Baltimore Sun (syndicated; link is to the Amarillo Globe-News): Company's Coming: Planning ahead for holiday visits keeps houseguests happy and hosts unplagued by unpleasant suprises, by Elizabeth Large

The Chicago Sun-Times: Social Hugging, by Craig Tomashoff

BusinessWeek magazine and BusinessWeek online: Our Favorite Clicks (sorry, their lawyers won't let us link to the article)

USA Today: Sagging economy brings an upturn in recycled gifts, by Olivia Barker

The Houston Chronicle: Make holidays bright by behaving right, by Shelby Hodge

The Philadelphia Inquirer (syndicated; link is to the Pioneer Press): Promptness the latest trend in partygoing, by Elizabeth Wellington Backlash Books Become Fashionable, by Amy C. Sims

BusinessWeek online: Social graces with a smirk, by Francesca di Meglio (we can't link to it... we've heard from their lawyers...)

Real Simple magazine: Solutions: Etiquette for difficult moments, by Sarah Humphreys

Salt Lake Tribune (syndicated by Knight-Ridder): Etiquette Grrls Weigh in on Behavior For the Twentysomething Generation, by Jessie Milligan

The Augusta Chronicle: Big-screen boors, by Lisa M. Lohr

Stamford Advocate (syndicated; link is to the LA Times): Holiday Letter: Keep It Light, and Hold Bragging to a Minimum, by Nadia Lerner

The Improper Bostonian: Ain't Misbehavin', by Leah Gourley

The Princeton Alumni Weekly: Who's rude, and who's not? Popping the Question to... Her Dad, by Jennifer D'Angelo

York [Pa.] Daily Record: To gift or not to gift, by Peter Bothum

The Georgia Tech Technique: Etiquette Grrls battle rude world, by Jennifer Hinkel Living with roomates: Sharing the dos, don'ts of roommate etiquette, by Sarah Knott

Reader's Digest

The Boston Herald

The New York Post

The Springfield [Mass.] Union-News

The Sacramento Bee

Elegant Bride

New Orleans Times Picayune


Hardball with Chris Matthews

The Iyanla Show


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