As we age, experience is more important than things. Research shows that, post pandemic, that is now more true than ever. After a tough bout with COVID-19, Kevin and Ned Johnson aren’t wasting a moment.
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At 101, Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt is America’s favorite face of the tournament. As with previous games, she’ll join Loyola-Chicago as the team chaplain for the opening tipoff this Friday.
It’s safe to say nobody had a world-renowned cellist serenading people at a vaccination clinic on their list of potential pandemic chronicles.
Dolly Parton didn’t get any special dispensation when she received a dose of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine on Tuesday. At 75, she is well beyond the priority age of 65.
Jim Bronzo won $1 million on a scratch-off ticket on Jan. 25. The first thing he did was buy a pair of tennis shoes at Goodwill for nine bucks.