Meet Mike and Clark Orr, a father-son design team with a common passion for creating.
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Gaming together provides a reason for having conversation and creates a common ground to which people of all ages can relate. There is so much variety in the world of social gaming that there is something out there for everyone — you just need to find the right game that fits your passions.
Older Gen Xers and younger Boomers in particular have been forced to reconsider or restructure their retirement plans in the pandemic’s wake to account for unexpected obstacles.
“Gramping” is a thing, America. Get on board. All you need are grandparents and grandkids for the road trip, otherwise known skip-gen travel.
Multigenerational households are popping up in neighborhoods across America. The factors are two-fold: The COVID pandemic, coupled with economic concerns.
Dick Hoyt pushed his wheelchair-confined son, Rick, in thousands of races. He died at 80 but his legacy of love and perseverance will live forever.
Donna Orender is a powerhouse executive whose innovative leadership shaped some of the most recognizable brands in the sports industry.
We all make sacrifices for our family. Some are more meaningful than others. Alondra Carmona had it all figured out, at least she thought she did.
Sheila E has been performing on stages since the age of 5, and all these years later, she’s still creative and passionate about making a difference in the lives of others.
Intergenerational connections are key to the overall health and wellbeing for all generations. Whether we play together, live together, work together, travel together or just spend quality time together, these cross-generational relationships are the ultimate win-win. Get inspired to strengthen the bonds across generations and see how quickly you’ll be on a path to active aging.
The look on 92-year-old Millie Martin’s face when she meets baby Penelope is enough to bring a smile to your face and tears to your eyes.
There are very few full-time marionette theaters in the country. One of these theaters is dedicated to keeping the vanishing art alive. See why they believe puppetry is not only still relevant but even more necessary in these high-tech times.