Norma Miller has been a swing dancer for just about as long as swing has been a dance. At 97, she’s busy keeping Lindy alive.
Author: Linda Abbit
Could this San Francisco film festival convince Hollywood there’s a market for films about aging and older people?
In “Time As We Know It,” a photographer and her partner explore the truths of their aging bodies.
Is the number of people you count as friends shrinking? And is that just a normal part of aging?
In her new book, the best-selling author of “The Artist’s Way” says we can be truly imaginative in our later lives.
He’s spent the past 20 years of his retirement volunteering as his town’s senior-tech guru.
From cooking or band camp to unplugged creativity and outdoorsy fun, these experiences are all about the communal life.
Traveling alone needn’t be intimidating. In fact, it can be a great way to make new connections, possibly for a lifetime.
A group of older women have built their own innovative senior housing project: self-governed, affordable and engaged with the city.
Two cheeky artists, sick of youthcentric consumerism, are turning the phrase “old bag” on its head.
A pair of artists are traveling the world, collaborating with seniors on a project that’s rooted in folklore.
Who needs gyms? A new trend in fitness has people who are way past childhood working out – or just hanging out – in playgrounds designed especially for seniors.
These online video tutorials show women how to change techniques and products without trying to “look younger.”
Geriatricians wear lots of hats – including “tweep.” See how the profession defines itself in this funny and warm-hearted Twitter stream.
Chemist-turned-computer-scientist Julie Kertesz retired at 60 to become a photographer and, at 77, a stand-up-comic. Her mantra: Keep playing.