A Taste of History

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Step back in time with Chef Walter Staib and
A Taste of History. From Berlin to Baltimore explore old world cuisine in a new world way.

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Fraud Squad

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Fraud Squad profiles both the swindlers and their unsuspecting victims while educating you on how to stay one step ahead of the game.

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Fixing a nics in furniture is easy. Ron shows you a handy technique using a crayon and some elbow grease.



When you're making paper collages, wrinkles are good in more ways than one
I’m a wandering art teacher. As a teaching artist, I bring my art supplies in large plastic storage bins to odd places — nursing homes, adult day care centers, assisted living facilities and independent senior residences. The classes often meet in communal dining rooms; sometimes I have to clear away salt and pepper shakers and vases of plastic flowers before I can spread out my plastic cloths and set up for class.


Here's how recent studies upend conventional wisdom
Retirement didn’t sit with Lee Humphrey when she tried it about a decade ago, at 62. About a year after leaving her St. Paul, Minn. job at the Department of Employment and Economic Development, she unretired and began creating indexes for books after taking an online course on this. .

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The Secrets of Weight Loss Success

Much research shows that the majority of people who lose weight gain it all back and then some. But amidst this discouraging news, some individuals not only keep off the pounds for years but even continue their weight loss over time. What’s the key to their weight loss success? Understanding the weight loss process, uncovering typical…

10 ‘Healthy’ Foods That Can Sabotage Weight Loss

The older you get, the trickier it is to shed weight, even when you’re cleaning up eating habits and focusing on healthier food choices. Why won’t the scale budge? We asked dietitians from three of the country’s most highly respected weight loss centers to share 10 seemingly “healthy” foods that frequently sabotage dieting efforts for…

Work in Retirement: Go From Customer to Employee

Most Americans age 50 and older plan on working past 65, according to the new survey Working Longer: The Disappearing Divide Between Work Life and Retirement from the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. Many will shift to part-time jobs. “The world definitely isn’t like it used to be when retirees withdrew from the…

Do Your Expectations About Long-Term Care Match Reality?

Myths persist about how people will get long-term care and pay for it as they get older, according to a new poll. Specifically, an annual poll completed this spring by the Associated Press (AP) and the independent NORC research center shows that many of us need help connecting the dots when it comes to long-term…

Turning Memories Into Poetry in Dementia Care

When I’m asked the proverbial question, “What do you do for a living?” my response is always met with an awkward silence and then the inevitable, “Oh.” Writing poetry with people who are living with dementia is an unusual occupation. I understand the confusion. To suggest I make…


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