by Leah Dobkin A growing number of contemporary women are looking to meet like-minded people by participating in meaningful philanthropic efforts. The usual fundraising activities, such as organizing galas, are a lot of work and not particularly fulfilling for many. So, what’s the alternative if you are one of these women?
You don’t have to be a star athlete to benefit from the deep nutritional knowledge of sports dietitian Nancy Clark, a board certified specialist in sports dietetics. You just need to want to live a healthier life. Nancy Clark photo/Andy Weigl, Weigl Photography Clark’s primary goal is helping people find “peace” with food
by Marlene Carabello Life after fifty definitely comes with some downers but over all, it’s time to celebrate moving into the judgement-free liberation zone! There’s something sort of magical that happens when we get past fifty. We start to gradually shed the pressure to be more. More successful, more popular, more fun, more accomplished, more perfect. We
by Marlene Caraballo We spent our first twenty years growing up. Most of it we don’t even recall and much of what we experienced was not in our control. We spent the next twenty years traveling at light speed – marriage, kids, divorce, careers, pets, homes, disease – through more major life experiences
Sportscaster Dale Hansen steps into his 70s more empowered than ever before “Badass.” “Jaw-dropping.” “Near-mythic.” These are phrases one might use to evoke images of a star athlete, a legendary performer, or a famous historical figure. These are also phrases used to describe one of your local sportscasters: Dale Hansen That’s right: Dale Hansen, of