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Remembering Roger Ebert, Julie Shifman helps rejuvenate your life: Chat Room

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CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) -

On Friday's Chat Room, lifestyle consultant Rochelle Trotter and Celeb TV host Kelli Zink discussed President Obama's appreciation of Calif. Attorney General Kamala Harris, Mayor Emanuel targeting drinking, gambling and urinating in public and a coloring book about being gay.

Pulitzer Prize winning film critic Roger Ebert passed away Thursday, shortly after announcing his cancer had returned. The beloved 70-year-old icon wrote for the Chicago Sun-Times for 46 years. The ladies discussed his legacy, and the outpour of emotion felt across the nation – but especially in Chicago.

Julie Shifman, author of "Act Three: Create the Life You Want after Your First Career and Full-Time Motherhood," joined the Chat Room with some advice for older women: Update your do, rejuvenate your skin, refresh your wardrobe, lighten up that smile and watch your weight.

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