Valentine Video Chat Game with Your Grandchildren BY KERRY BRYNE Maybe you are like me. You have the best intentions to get something in the mail but it sits in

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Hearts and Flowers and Candy – Oh My! BY PAT BURNS From the Wizard of Oz, Dorothy said it best; “There’s no place like home.” This Valentine’s Day, I plan

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My Christmas Miracle By Margaret Terry Late afternoon that Christmas Eve, I paced from room to room opening and closing closet doors, searching everywhere like a mama dog that had recently

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From Our Readers: One Grandparent’s Opinion On Travel By Terry Dwyer Grandparents who complain about the tiresome drive of a few hours just to see their grandkids force me to

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From Generation to Generation: Passing Down an Appreciation for Downhill Skiing BY SANDY BORNSTEIN If you live in a northern climate, cold winter months are inevitable. My parents’ answer to

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Be Your Grandkids’ Favorite Science Teacher With Wikki Stix! Back-to-school for the grandkids…most likely, this fall. And you may be concerned that they have fallen behind without in-person instruction and

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Kaboom! Celebrating Independence Day in Style BY PAT BURNS Celebrating the 4th of July is one of the summer’s utmost fun times. In 2020, extravagant fireworks and neighborhood parades were

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Juneteenth a Federal Holiday! WASHINGTON — President Biden signed legislation on Thursday to make Juneteenth a federal holiday, enshrining June 19 as the national day to commemorate the end of

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Memorial Day Wishes For You BY JACK LEVINE As Memorial Day, Monday, May 31st, approaches please join me in pausing to honor family members and neighbors who sacrificed as members

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Holy Guacamole! A Cinco de Mayo Tablescape BY PAT BURNS When it’s time for a fun gathering of friends, nothing says fun like chips, salsa, and tacos! And, if you

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A Way Children Share Christmas Cheer By Richard Eyre Our 15 and 16-year-old grandchildren are doing something really interesting for Christmas at a website they have created at https://childrenconcert.com. Let

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“Exercising the Mind” Critical for 2021  Many Americans will start the New Year with a resolution to focus on their physical fitness. A South Florida psychiatrist feels strongly that mental

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My Thanksgiving Message BY JACK LEVINE Wishing you and loved ones well and a Happy Thnksgiving! While we have many challenges, let’s resolve to face them with faith and fortitude…and

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How Do We Celebrate Thanksgiving in a Pandemic? We might not be able to gather for Thanksgiving this year—but that doesn’t mean we can’t make the holiday count. BY JILL SUTTIE

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How to celebrate holidays safely in the time of COVID Enjoy Thanksgiving activities and take steps to protect yourself from getting or spreading COVID-19. Learn more. As many people in the

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The Story of a Legacy of Love BY LORRAINE STEWART Many women are tasked with going through their own parent’s life of accumulated belongings in preparation for a change. The

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Travel the open road in southern Colorado and northern New Mexico BY SANDY BORNSTEIN My husband, Ira, and I frequently follow Walt Whitman’s timeless advice, “I take to the open

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The Art Box Academy – A Grand Way To Connect With Your Grandkids By Lauren Dennis-Perelmuter A dear friend of mine in San Francisco called me four years ago and

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Galapagos Islands for the Multi-Generationals By Barbara Kuczen, Ph.D. “What was I thinking?” I asked myself as the plane touched down on Santa Cruz Island, the gateway to the Galapagos

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Honoring the Dream of Dr. Martin Luther King BY JACK LEVINE It was late August 1963. I was 12. I remember my father calling me into his room. The radio

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