By Debra Karplus
It may be bone-chilling cold outside or ridiculously hot, or perhaps you’re looking for something new and different to do with your grandchildren; there’s likely to be a museum that’s not too far of a drive to get there. Many children, especially the younger ones might be bored at an [...]
By Pat Burns, GRAND Regional Editor and Adult Art Cinema Reviewer
Sex is the foundation of the film, “The Sessions.” More importantly, however, this movie explores our innate need to connect emotionally with others, our need for compassion and our capacity to love unconditionally. While sex is important to a healthy relationship, the process of [...]
By Dennis Miller
In 2000, my high school hosted a class reunion for all of its twentieth-century graduating classes. It was actually attended by some folks who graduated in the late 1920s; everyone from my graduating class of 1958 was about 60 years old at the time of the reunion.
As we sat around [...]
By Karla Sullivan
Gather your grandchildren, advertise at their school or community center, talk to your neighbors and friends about hosting an art fair with prizes for your favorite cause this holiday season; a wonderful way to inspire the art of charity in your grandchildren’s hearts.
First, have child contributors create their artwork to showcase. [...]
December 01, 2012 12:04 am • Associated Press
NYUMBANI, Kenya — There are no middle-aged people in Nyumbani. They all died years ago, before this village of hope in Kenya began. Only the young and old live here.
Nyumbani was born of the AIDS crisis. The 938 children here all saw their parents die. [...]
By Helen Dennis – Specialist in Aging, Employment & The New Retirement
Imagine Silicon Valleyin the 1980s with its entrepreneurial, brilliant, and creative 22-year olds working 20 hours a day and eating pizza at 3 a.m. on paper plates. That scene may still exist, but entrepreneurship is not just for kids. In fact, a recent [...]