Grassroots “gaggles” of politically active older women are forming across North America.
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.
Vickie Klein took a chance after retirement — she’s now working onstage as a professional. Here’s how she did it.
Frances Goldin and her sign are well known among regulars at New York’s Pride Parade — but her activism goes further back.
Some people know what they want to be when they grow up, but life gets in the way. Retirement offers the opportunity to revisit childhood dreams.
The 79-year-old retired professor-turned-YouTube rapper is on a mission to get out the vote — even if you don’t like the candidates.
This 80-year old gamer has more than 140,000 fans on YouTube and spends much of her time communicating with them.
Writer-performers Lois Weaver and Peggy Shaw are inviting seniors to help them develop a show about the dreams that we bury.
Oliver Sachs died a year ago, two weeks after recording this moving, optimistic video interview on life and death.
In “Time As We Know It,” a photographer and her partner explore the truths of their aging bodies.
He doesn’t talk much, but this centenarian has plenty to say if you know how to listen.
Meet Arlyne, an artist with an infectious thirst for life. She’s the first centenarian in Danny Goldfield’s ambitious photo project.
He’s spent the past 20 years of his retirement volunteering as his town’s senior-tech guru.
Approaching 80, “female nomad” Gelman says solo travel in faraway places is safer as you grow older. She should know.
How do you transition to the job of your dreams post-retirement? Ask Larry Weismann, bank employee-turned-DJ.