Are you familiar with the story behind Juneteenth? “Galveston, Texas, 1865. That June morning, a Union general, Gordon Granger, rode into town with 2,000 Union troops. Their mission was to

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I Have to Put Aside My Political Neutrality By Karen L. Rancourt When I recently asked a young man if the past few years of political divisiveness have affected him

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Mass Torts – Zantac Case Latest Update According to a new court order issued on January 25th, 2022, many cancers that were part of the Zantac case have been removed

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See Below How Easy It Is To Tweet The Senators That Have Benefitted The Most From NRA Money? Originally published here   The majority of Americans support stronger gun laws

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Why Guns Win Over The Lives Of Children On May 24, 2022, 18-year-old Salvador Ramos opened fire at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, United States, killing 19 children and

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The Technology Gap BY CAROLYN COHEN We arrived at our son and daughter-in-law’s home in rural Connecticut late last night and are now asleep in our five-year-old grandson’s playroom. K

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Why We Need To Gather The Wisdom of Elders BY KEN DYCHTWALD About fifteen years ago, my research and consulting firm, Age Wave, conducted a large-scale study on the subject

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May – Mental Health Awareness Month The Biden-Harris Administration is committed to addressing the nation’s behavioral health crises and strengthening mental health of all Americans. As part of President Joe

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Dearest Grandchild By: Lucille Cortese  An infinite canvas arrived the day of your birth blank, white, awaiting the artistry of your hands Incorporate the primary colors of your pallet genetics,

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Another Massacre Shocks Our Sensibilities – It’s Overtime for True Leadership BY JACK LEVINE Saturday’s mass shooting at a grocery store in Buffalo, NY is the most recent in our

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Sea Turtles for A Dinner Theme? Why Not! BY PAT BURNS Now that travel has opened and is becoming more popular as in pre-pandemic times, I’ve begun thinking of far-away

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Quality long-term care can be expensive, especially in areas with large populations of aging residents. The American Council on Aging states that the average annual cost of a nursing home

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Lemony Shrimp and more BY CHRISTINE CROSBY If you loved the spring tablescape by Pat Burns in the spring issue of GRAND Magazine, you’ll really love this recipe from Delish.com

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BY DARLENE EDWARDS My husband and I are the proud parents of two amazing adult daughters and a wonderful son-in-law. In addition, not long ago, we became grandparents to a beautiful

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BY KERRY BYRNE During a recent meeting with grandparents in The Long Distance Grandparent Society membership program, a new member asked about how to get the parents more engaged in

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BY RICHARD AND LINDA EYRE We often overlook the fact that most of the values we want to instill in our grandchildren actually do have to be instilled.  They don’t

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You look great for your age! BY LAURA J. WELLINGTON A friend of mine and I were chatting this morning. Most of that conversation centered around something her daughter had

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Spring:  It’s Lemonade Time! BY PAT BURNS Spring has sprung! This is the time to embrace longer days and the warmth of more sunshine; enjoy the sights of new lime

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How to Sound Cool while Figuring out Social Media By Deanna Shoss If you’re 30 and you say you are not that into social media people would probably think you

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By Wendy Schuman Quick survey: Who do you think is the most inspirational Kennedy? For me, the answer is Maria Shriver. She’s had a multitude of roles packed into the

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