Angela Jimenez wondered how fast and far older bodies can go, so she set out to photograph senior track and field competitors. Watching them taught her about much more than speed and distance.
Author: Linda Abbit
The Tiny House movement is growing fast – and not just among the young. Seniors, too, are finding it makes sense to downsize, personalize and save.
Known for its leg lifts and splits, this senior cheerleading squad – the oldest Pom is 83 – is a also a social hub and, for some, a lifeline.
Robotic maids, flying cars, teleporters… how far have we come in realizing the futuristic fantasies of our youth.
The creator of Advanced Style talks about his accidental career: chasing down stylish older women on city streets for his popular blog – now a film.
As she neared 60, photographer Jenny O’Connor started wondering what this milestone means for her generation. Her questions led to an unusual portrait project.
Filmmaker Steven Loring wanted to know what happens to love as we age. For answers, he followed a group of speed daters in their 70s and 80s. The result is a powerful film about resilience and universality.
She made one album in 1970, then put aside her dreams and focused on her day job. Unknown to Perhacs, young fans were keeping her music alive – and looking for her.
Ask Lynn Adler why she wants to find every centenarian in the US, and she’ll tell you about people like Margaret Dunning, 102, who shows her 1930 Packard all around the country.
Artist Aleah Chapin has made a mark with her nude paintings of “the Aunties” — wrinkles, flab and all.
A web-based art project brings to life Norway’s grandmothers through audio recordings and photography, giving voice to a generation of strong, independent women.
When your home is full of things from your past, there’s no space for you to become who you’ll be. Learn how to declutter from a pro.
We loved the idea of writing an un-bucket list – but it wasn’t as simple as we thought…
Robbie Kaye traveled to beauty parlors across America to capture a fading ritual: the weekly parlor appointment that gives older women community and dignity.
Nextdoor.com is a social network with a difference: It connects you to the people on your block and encourages offline neighborliness.