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Spick-and-span When we say that something is “spick-and-span,” it means that it’s as clean as new—quite literally. Unlike many of...
You would think that a product sold by merchants like the Skymall catalog, Amazon, Nordstrom, Sephora, QVC, and Ulta would be 100...
Just one in five retirement-age Americans can pass a basic quiz on how to make their nest eggs last through their retirement,...
Landscape photography is one of my favorite activities. If it’s yours, too, here is the classic way to take better landscape...
Although many may not know his face or much about his life, they certainly know his name. Samuel Morse was a nineteenth century...
According to the American Geriatrics Society, about half of seniors drink alcohol. For many people, cocktails are harmless, but...

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After spending 42 years in a large four-bedroom house, moving in two months time seemed impossible, says Ann s Choice resident...
Over the span of his 67-year career, Jack Melick has never been out of work. “That’s not bad for a musician,” says Jack, a...
Though he traced his wife s family history from Europe to North America, Jim Carr says the search was largely conducted from the...
The 3rd degree To give someone the 3rd degree is to subject them to an intense line of questioning. Usually, the term is used in...
Born in Greece, Jim Kreatsoulas learned the art of making wine and cheese. When he moved to the U.S., he brought his art with him...
Barbara and John Sullivan began casually looking at Brooksby, the Erickson Living community in Peabody, Mass., a decade ago. A...