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Books

“BEING A TEEN”

“Being a Teen should be in the hands of every teen in the world. It is a myth-busting, fact-filled treasure full of life information all teens want and need to know.”
—Christiane Northrup, M.D., New York Times bestselling author of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom

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Prime Time

“Prime Time Workouts”

Veteran actress, activist, and fitness fanatic Jane Fonda has released more than 20 exercise videos since 1982, making her a true inspiration for women everywhere. Recently, Fonda’s made a comeback with Prime Time, a series of workout DVDs for the older generation.
-SHAPE MAGAZINE

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Newsstand

“Jane Fonda is back in the Emmy derby — and this time she’s ‘stoned’ (and nice)”

Jane Fonda is back in the Emmy derby competing for Best Guest Drama Actress for her role in “The Newsroom” as eccentric media tycoon Leona Lansing . . .

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Fonda Flashback

Vintage Blue! With the heart and soul of the Dodgers, Tommy Lasorda. I’m about to lead the Dodgers in a workout during Spring Training in Vero Beach, Florida

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Jane’s Blog

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STARTING THE NEW SERIES, “GRACE & FRANKIE,” WITH LILY TOMLIN, MARTIN SHEEN & SAM WATERSTON

I was very excited when Martin Sheen was cast as my husband and Sam Waterston as Lily’s. It feels good to have my pal from “The Newsroom” with us on this new adventure. Most of my Newsroom scenes were with him and I grew to care for him a lot. I’ve never worked with Martin before but we’ve met on several occasions and we share values and concerns…actually, all four of us do. Another thing we all have in common is Aaron Sorkin. Between “West Wing” and “The Newsroom” we’ve all worked for him.

We began shooting “Grace & Frankie” two weeks ago. We begin the 2nd episode next week. I had a brief hard spell the first day, moving away from my Leona Lansing-Newsroom mode and into comedy. Comedy requires different muscles, a subtle shifting of gears, of attitude. It’s harder, in my opinion. This kind of comedy has to be real, the comedy has to come out of reality, out of pain, yet it has to be funny.…

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