Lee Patton’s poem provides a stark look at southern poverty.
If we want to change the education system for the better, we need to find initiatives that are working and roll them out on a larger scale says Jessicah Lahitou.
Andrea Potos challenges the assumption that the lives of the elderly matter less as she considers a complicated relationship with a complicated father.
Three types of funeral, three types of death, three types of reflection on our own mortality.
Grant Clauser offers an affecting poem on those who are often alone during the holiday season.
2 questions to know how ageing’s going to go.
A reminder to care for each other when we need it most from Scott Sonnon.
The top 6 things to increase your chances of living into your 90’s. They’re going to surprise you!
Steve Kayser shares tips for aging workers.
New legislation would not devalue life but would give terminally ill the right to die with dignity.
Peter Biro is a member of the “sandwich generation” — raising children while caring for an elderly parent. He hopes what he is learning can help others.
Josh Bowman is spending the next couple of weeks offering tips on how to do basic activities (you’re welcome). Today: using an escalator.
Josh Bowman takes a moment to remember some of the things he learned from his wonderful Zayde on the ten-year anniversary of his passing.
What makes it so hard to be old?
William Harryman, drood, and Jamie Parsons talk about their fears of growing old.
“Why do we think that if you put a random collection of elderly people together, they’d get along?”