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Life After 50 column on public radio wmkvfm.org
“LIFE AFTER 50” COLUMN
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Hello again. This is Alice Hornbaker for WMKV 89.3 FM and wmkvfm.org streaming around the world on the Internet Mondays and Thursdays at 2:20 p.m. and Fridays at 8:50 a.m. and as a blog on growingbolder.com, Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin.com
Someone should give me an...
The secret to happiness is finding what you love and combining it with what you do for a living. If you think it's too late to do that, meet Millicent Gappell. The glass artist is about to turn 80 and she's creating stunning museum-quality work.
Afterschool activities are the key to strong kids
Reaching kids in time-
How powerful afterschool activities build young leaders
By: C. Dwight Bain, Nationally Certified Counselor & Certified Life Coach
There is a lot of talk these days about cutting back on budgets and eliminating afterschool activities for kids. Cutting out sports, music, drama and journalism to send students home early, often to an empty house, is a bad plan for...
How Does Your Garden Grow?
Spring has officially sprung! So are you ready to get your hands dirty? Check out these stories and you too can cultivate your own green thumb!
In Celebration of Hard Work
Labor Day is observed on the first Monday of September and dates back to 1882. The Central Labor Union came up with the ideas as a way to give the "working man" a day off. It worked out so well that Congress made it official 12 years later.
For a man who has run over 100 marathons at least 100 miles long each and climbed to the top of all the seven summits of the world, it's hard to believe Marshall Ulrich was a bit of a coach potatoes until he was almost 30.
Brownie Wise-The Original Tupperware Lady
Ever since his early death, the legend of Florida’s Cosmic Cowboy, country rock pioneer Gram Parsons, has overshadowed his considerable talent and musical legacy.
Parsons left his mark across the Sunshine State, from his boyhood home in Winter Haven to his college stopping-off point in Winter Park to his two stints at the prestigious Bolles school in Jacksonville and to his performances...
Leon Fleisher: The Sound of Determination
By age 16, Leon Fleisher was performing at Carnegie Hall, but then he was struck by a rare disease that robbed him of the use of his right hand. He sought a cure and learned to be a one-handed concert pianist.
What if you could keep your day job while fulfilling your fantasies? Wisconsin professor Elaine Beaubien is doing exactly that.
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