Reinvention

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Winnipeg-born Carol Novis always knew she wanted to write and publish a book of fiction. She just didn’t know it would be a fairy tale. Or that she would be retirement age »

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When Lillian Jarvis, 83, watches the National Ballet — the company is gearing up for its May/June season – she’s more aware than most people of how dancers’ bodies move. “I’m glued »

Making Aging a Time for Reinvention

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There’s nothing surprising about Gloria Steinem celebrating her 80th birthday this month by going to Botswana to ride elephants. Before she left, she composed a list of the good things about starting »

Take a Lesson

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Maybe you want to be more in control of your life. Maybe you want to learn about flight vehicle aerodynamics, the challenges of global poverty or even Scandinavian film and television. If »

It’s Never Too Late … Become A Volunteer

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Volunteers make the world go round. Organizations, social services, religious groups, civic and neighborhood groups, service organizations, and charitable groups count on the vast contributions of volunteers in terms of time and »