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Taylor Swift is featured in Sunday's edition of Parade Magazine, available in print editions of The Journal Gazette.

Parade: Taylor Swift can't 'get over people fast'

With her hit album Red making her holidays bright, superstar Taylor Swift is looking at love – and fame – from both sides now.

Her story of love lost and lessons from life are featured in Parade magazine on Sunday, available in print editions of The Journal Gazette.

Other stories in Parade:

  • Stay healthy: Chilly temps and plunging humidity can mean a rough season for skin, but these simple swaps will keep you looking gorgeous all the way until spring.
  • Let’s hear it for leftovers: Keep the feast going with quick recipe ideas.

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