What’s red and purple and fun all over? The Red Hat Society!
Sue Ellen Cooper never intended to start a worldwide phenomenon in 1997, but she did.
“I have a friend, Linda Murphy, who is impossible to buy for. She was turning 55, and we were joking about ‘Oh, I guess we’re old now.’ So [...]
If you’ve ever been to Iowa, you know this part of the country is called America’s Heartland-and as soon as you meet Kay Glynn, 56, who was born and raised in Hastings, Iowa, and still makes her home there, you know why. This is a lady with a heart for living life to the fullest, [...]
It was classical music that shaped the musicianship of the young Neil Sedaka. At the age of 8, he had already begun his intensive classical piano training at the prestigious Juilliard School of Music, practicing up to five hours a day. After Sedaka was introduced to a neighbor, Howard Greenfield, the two young men began [...]
Carole Carson was nearing her 60th birthday, stepped on her bathroom scale and realized it had broken. What happened next catapulted her from self-loathing to a healthy new life as a national fitness advocate and the author of From Fat to Fit [http://www.amazon.com/Fat-Fit-Yourself-Weapon-Reduction/dp/0976603098/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1261290473&sr=1-1].
Carole is a grandmother of nine, and one of her passions is [...]
By Patty Friedman
I was terrified of giving that speech for a full five months. I’d have thought that, having spent four years at Smith College, I wouldn’t have found the place intimidating anymore. But decades of reading alumnae news, full of Gloria Steinem, Betty Friedan, and far too many wives and daughters of Republican [...]
Five years ago, everything was going great guns for Tim Myer and his son, Tim, Jr. The construction company they’d built from scratch in Greensburg, Indiana, was growing steadily, and the Myers had recently invested in expensive new equipment.
Then on February 26, 2003 tragedy struck: 30-year-old Tim, Jr. slipped under a skid loader Tim [...]