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Experience Talks: Check Out Our Archives

Tune in to Experience Talks, our weekly “Radio Magazine for the Experienced Listener,” on  KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles, 98.7 FM Santa Barbara, 99.5 China Lake, 93.7 N. San Diego, streaming live online and now syndicated on up to 100 … Continue reading

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Are Old People Beautiful?

An interesting article in the Chicago Tribune exhorts, “Stop telling your friends they’re beautiful — it’s making them sick.” A new book by Renee Engeln entitled, Beauty Sick: How the Cultural Obsession With Appearance Hurts Girls and Women, “explores the ways we … Continue reading

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News from Park Plaza: Yoga Class

Exciting news from EngAGE Program Director Elizabeth Sampson: Park Plaza in North Hollywood, CA, has a new Yoga Class and it is amazing. Susan Diol started teaching here in late February and it is nothing short of astonishing. I didn’t … Continue reading

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News from NoHo SAC: Artists Enjoy “Never Too Late” Reception

The March Art Show kicked off with a lovely reception. Congratulations to the talented artists who enjoyed sharing their work with friends, neighbors, and all who stopped by NoHo SAC. Visitors to The Road on Magnolia Theatre, which shares the lobby gallery … Continue reading

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EngAGE Writers Published in Senior Correspondent

Congratulations to EngAGE community resident Gayla Slikas whose story, “Mine Eyes,” has been published in Senior Correspondent. Gayla is also co-author of The Art of Making the Right Decision, and a former strategic planning consultant. She also wrote monthly business … Continue reading

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AARP “Age Friendly Portland Luncheon” on 5/1

Age Friendly Portland: Building a Community for all Ages  ECONorthwest, Portland State College of Urban and Public Affairs EngAGE, and AARP Oregon would like to invite you to a special conversation and lunch with Bill Thomas, MD, at the Koin … Continue reading

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News from Long Beach Senior Arts Colony: Urban Gardeners

Uma Nicole, Native Angeleno, Certified Master Gardener, Yoga & Meditation Instructor and philanthropist, is dedicated to improving society by creating opportunities that foster stronger cross-cultural and inter-generational connections.  She is pretty handy with power tools, as well as kitchen appliances, … Continue reading

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Experience Talks 4/23: Gary Glazner (Alzheimer’s Poetry Project)

Tune in to Experience Talks, our weekly “Radio Magazine for the Experienced Listener,” on  KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles, 98.7 FM Santa Barbara, 99.5 China Lake, 93.7 N. San Diego, streaming live online and now syndicated on up to 100 … Continue reading

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News from Long Beach Senior Arts Colony: Fun Fitness Fridays

Spring Training has begun in April with “Fun Fitness Fridays” at LBSAC, in Long Beach, CA. A group of 15 seniors hit the gym with Scott, a personal fitness trainer from Groundwork Fitness in Long Beach. Scott gave individual and … Continue reading

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Were You Born in 1952? A Complete Guide to Enrolling in Medicare

My Medicare Matters from the National Council on Aging offers this helpful guide to Medicare enrollment. Visit their website for more useful information.    

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