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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Speed Through History From The Driver’s Seat. When it comes to cars, every make and model tells a story.

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Growing Bolder: James Patterson's The Black Book

James Patterson returns to Growing Bolder and discusses his newest release THE BLACK BOOK with hosts Marc Middleton and Bill Shafer.

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THE BLISS OF BEING AN ADULT LITERACY VOLUNTEER

Teaching students has helped them and helped her, too
Every day while driving to my job at the newspaper where I was a reporter, I passed a billboard with a photo of an elderly man saying how wonderful it was to finally learn to read. It made me want to volunteer for the program where he was a student (or one like it), but I didn’t have the time.

MEDITATION FOR PEOPLE WHO THINK THEY CAN’T MEDITATE

Reaching a state of mindfulness can be as easy as taking a few deep breaths
If you’re harried and distracted, meditation can help calm your mind and body. But that’s the rub. Some say they’re so harried and distracted that they can’t possibly meditate to quiet the mind, regain focus and ease anxiety. Within moments, they’re ruminating on the noise of extraneous thoughts or uncompleted daily to-do lists.

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How to Care for a Loved One After Same-Day Surgery

Not all caregiving for loved ones is a long-term commitment. With the growth of outpatient or same-day surgery, caregiving may now mean a commitment of several days or just one evening. Over the past 40 years, modern medicine has made remarkable advances transforming common surgeries — tonsillectomies, hernia repairs, gallbladder removals and knee surgeries —…

The Retirement Crisis Facing African Americans

There’s a saying: When white America catches a cold, black America catches pneumonia. So, if there is an impending retirement crisis in America, what does that mean for African Americans? The answer to that question is discouraging. There is a huge gap in retirement preparation of African Americans compared to white Americans, generally speaking. According…

Why Snoring Gets Worse with Age and What You Can Do About It

“Laugh and the world laughs with you, snore and you sleep alone,” British novelist Anthony Burgess reportedly said. Who hasn’t either been robbed of a night of peaceful sleep or been banished to another room because of snoring? It is one of the most common sleep problems, at least occasionally affecting about 90 million Americans,…

The Key to Career Success After 50

You have to smile when a guy opens his career-advice book with the lyric from the song Truckin by The Grateful Dead: “Lately it occurs to me what a long, strange trip it’s been.” The Dead and John Tarnoff, the career coach and author of that excellent book Boomer Reinvention: How to Create Your Dream…

Why I Decided to Whine About Aging Onstage

A 78-year-old talks about dating at her age. A Vietnam veteran tells stories he has kept to himself for 50 years. A retired physician relives a difficult birth she attended once in Haiti. They share one thing: They are all onstage, telling their stories. We commonly hear about people writing their memoirs, about wanting to…

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