Over the Next Hill
There are many steps older adults can take to prepare for the unexpected and avoid unhappy accidents.
Writer Gail Grant explores the physical complexities of getting clothes onto an aging body.
This charismatic Mono resident has a passion for acting, and a touch for healing.
Gail Grant examines how the disruptions of the pandemic led to a flatline of interactions, leaving our brains sluggish and our tongues tied.
Keeping busy and involved in the community is a way of life, and at 78 Tina still has big plans for the future
It’s a struggle to make friends with new technology.
Former corporate consultant Carol Good turned to writing poetry later in life, and recently published a book of her own poetry, ‘Alive & 65: A Celebration’.
Do you still think in a weird mix of metric and imperial? Writer Gail Grant finds that 50 years later conversion doesn’t come easily, especially if you’re in a certain age bracket.
Each of Geoff Dilley’s memory boxes has a unique inlay design, crafted with the types of wood once used to make propellers for World War I aircraft.
Getting the pill out of the package is just the first irritation with prescription meds.
Cheryl Russel says her father inspired her interest in local politics and “made it clear that he expected me to pay attention.”