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Listen to Teenagers, We Know What We're Talking About

Three months ago, on Valentine’s Day, someone shot up Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. It was tragic. 17 people died.

The teenagers who go to Stoneman Douglas fought for restrictions on guns, spoke out for shootings to stop happening by using #neveragain. 471 more words

Columns & Reviews

Who's Going to Do the Work and At What Price?

Prices are going up. For years, we’ve been told we’re in a deflationary period. Economists have further opined that the retirement of the Baby Boomers would be deflationary. 258 more words

Money

Those Among Us

Three things happened to me recently. I attended the 8th Annual Women’s Luncheon hosted by Kathleen Rice, the United States Representative for New York’s 4th congressional district, secondly, in route to Las Vegas, I watched the movie The Post, a film about Katharine Graham, publisher of the Washington Post, who found herself, following the death of her husband, in the unenviable position of running a metropolitan newspaper, that no one, not even she, envisioned for herself, and thirdly, crawling totally outside of my comfort zone, I decided to enter two tournaments, one for golf and the second for Pickleball. 791 more words

Baby Boomers

Cutting the Cable in Retirement

You know what they say about people who still have land-based wired telephone lines?  Everyone under the age of 35 has never had one, and everyone over the age of 55 is… 895 more words

Baby Boomers

Retired Baby Boomers Impact Summer Selling Season

Neponset Valley’s real estate market remains strong, and this summers’s selling season promises to continue that trend. Driving the market is a healthy supply of inventory due to empty-nest Baby Boomers planning to downsize to spaces that mean less time spent on maintenance and more time focusing on their active lifestyles and penchant for travel. 360 more words

Move

MR. MOOHLER, YOU CAN CALL ME MISS M

“Mueller here. Who’s calling, please?”
“They did not tell you?”
“Yes, but if you would please self-identify.”
“You know already, from my phone and my accent, no?” 433 more words

General

This is What the Challenging Life of a Millennial Caregiver Looks Like

Family caregivers provide essential, often unpaid work in the U.S.: they help family members with tasks like bathing and eating, coordinating insurance coverage and managing medications. 686 more words