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Written by: Diana West
Sunday, April 03, 2016 5:24 AM 

Sunday morning, dogs wallked, NYT on the doorstep. 

Say, how about taking a break from Page One?

Ok, good idea.

Not.

Arts & Leisure, lead story:

"Through the Prism of Gender: The surge of women-only shows sharpens the focus on artists who may have been overlooked and whose works make be undervalued."

Sunday Business, lead story:

"Goldman's Open Book: A gay, Latino partner is testing the bank's culture with his ideas on transparency and technology."

Second lead:

"Sexy Sells, but It Doesn't Always Pay: Romance novels are booming, and they need a steady stream of fresh Fabios for their covers."

Sunday Styles, Vows:

"A Husband's Secret Takes Its Toll: A happy marriage unravels as he faces his need to become a woman."

Sunday Review:

Lead story: "The Tampon of the Future: When you say you're going to build a company around menstrual blood, people think you're joking."

Second lead: "When Whites Just Don't Get It, Revisited"

Oscar Levant sang it best: "I should've stood in bed."

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