Balance and agility issues seem to plague many seniors I have trained over the years.
Most of us are guilty of it to some extent.
The table is set on a Saturday morning — but not for a meal.
Tanner Hansen asked for one thing when he woke up bloody and beaten in a hospital bed 10 years ago: a mirror.
Tiny Shoshone, Calif., near Death Valley, welcomes visitors to celebrate its heritage during its annual Old West Days, scheduled for Nov. 1 to 3. This fun-filled weekend appeals to history buffs, nature lovers and folks who enjoy country music, lively dancing and barbecue.
Eric M. Hilton was honored for his community service during the fifth annual Volunteers in Medicine Ball on Oct. 12 at The Venetian. The event raised money toward the goal of opening a downtown clinic.
Antonio Fargas once thought a dream retirement would be a move to the Bahamas with lovely breezes and ocean views.
Dear Savvy Senior: Can you offer any tips for finding low-cost cremation services? I don’t want to stick my kids with a big funeral bill after I die. — Still Alive
“If you could see me now!”
Every workplace is cursed with one. Every extended family learns to endure one. Every church tolerates, well, several of them. But when a busybody poisons your condominium building, a place where you escape every other life nuisance, things reach a whole new level of “mind your own damn business.”