Aging But Dangerous women read! A number of them are also published authors or working on books! Jean Ketcham, our CEO, recently met with Steph Opitz Lanford and learned about her effort to support writers with a major event in May 2019. Jean wanted to support this event by introducing it to our friends and [...]
These Over-60s Show Style Has No Expiration Date By Kristin Hohenadel We live longer than ever, yet we still expect the old to fade quietly into the inevitable twilight, leaving the dressing up, and the living, to the young. But thanks to notable exceptions such as the ubiquitous 94-year-old style icon Iris Apfel and a growing trend to feature [...]
I often find them in surprising places!
Libraries have long stood as the greatest symbol of our intellectual development. Many have been built on a grand scale, their creators sparing no expense. Despite the passage of time, some of these great public buildings still have the power to astound. In fact, there are very few modern libraries which have the ability to match these older ’temples of knowledge’. Here are 25 of the most surprising, [...]
We Love This Man and his new book!! Advanced Style: Older and Wiser by Ari Seth Cohen This follow-up to the bestselling Advanced Style features more senior street style and inspiration from all over the globe. In this new edition Ari Seth Cohen shares his work from the past few years including some of the world's best-dressed older [...]
by Richard Lederer About a month ago, I illuminated old expressions that have become obsolete because of the inexorable march of technology. These phrases included don’t touch that dial, carbon copy, you sound like a broken record and hung out to dry. A bevy of readers have asked me to shine light on more faded [...]
When was the last time you felt truly in love with your life? When was the last time you felt awed by the world around you? Do you want to explore and take risks but feel held back by a need for security? If you are longing for deeper relationships, a greater sense of wonder, [...]
Gail Rosenblum is lifestyle columnist for the Minneapolis Star Tribune, where she writes regularly about human travails and victories. Her work has been honored by the Associated Press, Society of Professional Journalists, American Association of Sunday and Feature Editors, and many others. In addition, Gail speaks throughout the community about the importance of storytelling, especially [...]