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. New episodes start Tonight!

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Grannies on Safari

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What happens when 2 best friends travel around the world? You get an exciting nonstop tour filled with adventure and fun.

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Stanly on the Go

Stanley experiences many unique celebrations and activities when he travels. Here's his top 10 list of favorite international festivities. #StanleyTop10

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At 100, Still Running for Her Life

From the New York Times
On a cloudless Sunday afternoon in April, a 100-year-old woman named Ida Keeling laced up her mustard yellow sneakers and took to the track at the Fieldston School in the Bronx. Her arrival was met without fanfare. In fact, no one in the stands seemed to notice her at all.

HOW TO FIND YOUR INNER ARTIST AT ANY AGE

It may take several attempts to uncover your hidden talent, but it's worth it
My parents’ duplex is like a shrine dedicated to our family’s artistic talents. One sister’s paintings, sketches and collages decorate the walls. Another’s drawing holds a prominent spot in the dining room. A cabinet displays my father’s sculptures and my mother’s handmade dolls, which are outfitted in 19th-century costumes that she designed and sewed herself.

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7 Ways to Find Career Satisfaction After 50

How can you find career satisfaction after 50? I travel around the country speaking about exactly that and have written motivational books on the subject, including Love Your Job: The New Rules for Career Happiness and Getting the Job You Want after 50.

10 Ways to Make Life Easier for a Sick Friend

Your friend is nursing a broken limb, recovering from surgery or going through cancer treatments. You want to help, but aren’t sure what to do. Here are 10 suggestions from someone who has both helped and been helped. Thank goodness for friends! 1. Sit with your friend. And don’t just sit there. Be willing to…

Why We Must Reframe How We See Alzheimer’s

The complexity of Alzheimer’s and the non-uniformity of the disease from person to person have resulted in a gross misrepresentation of it. Society as a whole has significant misconceptions and expectations about what Alzheimer’s is and how it affects the individual and his or her family. In our naiveté, we’ve been led to believe that…

Downward Facing Dork: Taking Up Yoga at 60

For a guy like me, taking up yoga when pushing 60 was a bit like trying to date a 21 year-old — probably good for my circulation but with a strong chance of falling on my face. No matter. I decided to give it a whirl, as much for a spiritual as physical overhaul. Still,…

Exit Interview Do’s and Don’ts

With a robust job market percolating along, you may be thinking about changing jobs. (In March 2015, 2.8 million people voluntarily quit, up from 2.4 million in March 2014 when the job market was dicier.) If you’ll be quitting, you’ll likely be told to go to an exit interview before hightailing it out. I can’t …

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