As sure as Lassie always found a way to save the day and Perry Mason almost never lost a case, you and all your baby-boomer friends are just as cool now as you were when those legendary TV shows were in their heyday. So no matter how you may look to the outside world, [...]
Editor’s Note: We wanted to reprint this eulogy for Aaron Swartz, as he was someone’s grandson and he deserved to live a long and productive life. Suicide by young people is rising especially in the military.
Aaron Swartz was an internet leader and free-speech advocate. He helped organize the worldwide movement to keep [...]
Where’s a stork when you need one?
There’s nothing like that instant feeling of exhilaration when you learn you’re going to be a grandparent, whether it’s the first time or you’ve been down that road before. You start stocking up on baby supplies and infant toys. You select a snappy new nickname for yourself. [...]
My adult daughter and her two children are going through a change in their lives and need to move in with us for awhile. Any tips on helping all of us adjust to this temporary living situation?
Life is full of changes and challenges. Sometimes, it takes a few steps backwards to move forward. With [...]
By Jack Levine
2012 was a year of great challenges and new responsibilities. Life is about transitions, and as an incurable optimist, I believe the year ahead will open new doors and present valuable opportunities for all of us.
Traditionally, New Year’s Resolutions are about making a commitment to do something different in our [...]
By Jack Levine
As our prayers for peace and comfort go out to our loved ones and friends during the holiday season, our hearts are broken by the horrific news of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre of 26 innocents…..20 first-grade girls and boys and 6 adults who taught and loved them.
While we grieve [...]