“60 is the new 40.”
Does the stereotypical man exist?
Ninety-nine and only faded battlefields behind me: grumbling tanks, tire treads, bodies laid on broken pavement.
Two sons of a sharecropper return to the Texas town where they grew up.
An encounter in the grocery parking lot changes Greg White’s resolutions for this and every year.
Near the end of a long life together, a husband finds himself alone with yet ” … promises to keep, and miles to go before I sleep.”
From 7 to 60 here are guys explaining why they cry.
What makes it so hard to be old?
Do men worry about aging the same way that women do?
In a world where anyone can watch fifteen ways to sharpen a hand saw or to build a rail gun, is craftsmanship lost?
There’s a reason they call Economics “the dismal science.”
Graham Phoenix refuses to get old and expects to become a cantankerous old man.
In the third of a five-part series on love and relationships, Tom Matlack and author Laura Munson debate the question: Why do young women and older men get along so well?