“Muhammad Ali” strikes a chord.

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS . . .

My friend Trudy Heeb has Parkinson’s disease, but that hasn’t stopped her from producing about 200 works of art in the past two years.  They include layers of effort, from photographs or drawings to copies arranged in rows Warhol style; assemblages embellished by natural materials or Japanese paper cuttings

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Stranger danger is for kids.

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS . . .

Last night my husband and I had the best time at a party thrown by Carolyn Rashti, a Graham-trained dancer, and now a certified aqua therapist, soon turning 80.  We were going into a crowd of people we didn’t know and had to wear funny hats.  That’s just not

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Lively and experienced. Sometimes blonde.

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS . . .

In SOPHIE REDESIGNED, Deborah Conyers is financially unprepared for what could be a longer lifetime than she ever imagined.  Like so many women growing up in the 1950s, she thought she’d been taken care of by men.  No one in those days thought about inflation; we only thought things

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A moving experience without the tears.

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS. . .

Elder sleuth Sophie George rarely complains about joint pain.  She’s in the “good half” of the over-65 population.  The other half suffers.  They don’t walk around Dorado Circle twice every day.

Elder Carelink featured an article by Dr. Kate Smith, Geriatric Care Management Consultant, about the loss of mobility leading

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Self-publishing is a full-time job

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS . . .

If time is money, than I am spending millions on getting this book the attention it deserves.  Talk about learning curve!  At the moment, I am trying to decide if it is worth $149 plus an unknown amount to make 8 edits to the interior of the paperback as

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