GRAND Magazine - March/April 2011 - (Page 9)

grand central In our poll last issue we asked if San Francisco’s new law that outlaws toys with high-carb, highcal meals (such as McDonald’s Happy Meals) is un-American. Guess what? About half of you said yes, half said no, and all were passionate about it. For instance: Happy Meals: yea or nay? Yes: “We are becoming the old Russia. The government should butt out of our private lives.”—Anon. No: “Our American ways of eating need a complete overhaul. I used to eat all that unhealthy food and became morbidly obese.”—TM See this issue’s poll on page 51: Should we legalize marijuana? What glass ceiling? Leda Sanford has had a wild and racy ride in the publishing world, and her new book Pure Moxie tells all—check it out! In the maledominated Manhattan publishing world of 1975, Leda became the first female publisher of a major U.S. magazine (American Home) with a circulation of more than one million. Now she’s reinvented herself again and is speaking out to improve the image of aging. “Now my grandchildren have become my chief passion.” Leda’s website. Grand—not Grease—is the word! Olivia Newton-John is soon to be a grandmother. Her daughter Chloe Lattanzi, 24, is expecting a child with her fiancé, James Driskill. Newton-John told Woman’s Day magazine: “[James] is wonderful and I’m thrilled and excited for Chloe. It’s a wonderful time and I look forward to lots of babies.” 8 GRAND MAR APR 2011

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of GRAND Magazine - March/April 2011

Grand - Mar/Apr 2011
Grand Treasure Hunt
Table of Contents
Grand View
Grand Central
Tanner, a poem by Glenda Barrett
Cover Story: Envisioning Clean and Green
Fly, Ladies!
Take Charge of Your Health
Grand Products
Angels in St. Petersburg
The Power of Prevention
Grandparent Rights: Sneaking Around
Ask Next Stage Woman
Kinship Care
Fighting Family Obesity
Grand Finale
Toys ’N Tech
Find Fun Things To Do
Pot or Not?

GRAND Magazine - March/April 2011