Monthly Archives: July 2016

Sweet Sounds from the Street

Street music can be really sweet music. The other day, my wife and I took the MARTA to the Woodruff Center for the Arts here in Atlanta, where our granddaughter would be singing and acting in a series of fractured … Continue reading

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No Matter What You Think Of Hillary Clinton, We Can All Celebrate the Sound of a Shattering Glass Ceiling

This article 1st appeared in Sixty and Me   Whatever you think of Hillary Clinton, there is no question that if she is nominated to run for the White House, it will mark an historic occasion for women in America. … Continue reading

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My Grandson Meets His New Uncle Gary

As clichéd as it may sound it’s still true – little things do mean a lot. For a Father’s Day long-weekend, my son Michael and I decided to take my 7-year-old grandson, Owen, on a 3-generation baseball game tour to … Continue reading

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Babysitting Boosts Your Brain Power

This article 1st appeared in Sixty and Me When my wife and I babysat our two grandchildren this past weekend, we knew we would have fun. But we didn’t know we would be boosting our brain power as well.A Little … Continue reading

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How Much Are New Memories of Old Rock Music Worth?

This article 1st appeared in Sixty and Me BY DAVE PRICE  •  2 MONTHS AGO  •  LIFESTYLE   Unless you’ve been living alone in a desert for the last few months, you’ve probably heard about the impressive Desert Trip concert, … Continue reading

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