Author: Nick Thomas Judith Durham looks back at The Seekers Fifty years ago, The Seekers were a pop music sensation. Featuring members Athol Guy, Keith Potger, Bruce Woodley and lead vocalist Judith Durham, the Aussie group’s pop-folk fusion proved popular in America and their hit, “Georgy Girl,” was a nominee at the
Author: Marlene Caraballo, founder cheers2chapter2.com I’m just back from spending a rainy vacation week with my family in our camper at the beach and I have come away with a new mantra (and revelation!) that I’m hoping stays with me and speaks to you: Stop overthinking. At the beginning of the week I was
Author: Laura M. Holson Who needs a Ferrari when you can pick up a paintbrush? Remember those days? When a midlife crisis meant swapping your hatchback for a sports car, preferably red, or taking up a boozy, illicit affair? Not today. In this era of mindfulness, and today’s preoccupation with pursuing a meaningful life,
Not all superheros wear capes. One anonymous woman has been fighting gender inequality in the art world for decades by doling out over $5.5 million in grants to women artists. Now, 77-year-old photographic artist Susan Unterberg is revealing her secret identity so she can put her mouth where her money
Two months after the royal wedding, the Meghan Markle Effect is still in full swing. That means that whenever royal watchers figure out where she bought today’s outfit, it sells out in a flash. But it’s not just clothes. Princess wannabes are tattooing freckles on their faces in tribute to their new
Author - Nick Thomas From 1974 to 1984, TV audiences knew Marion Ross as the sitcom mom dispensing patience and wisdom during the 11-season run of the ABC hit series “Happy Days.” But Marion’s days were not entirely happy. In her 2018 memoir, “My Days: Happy and Otherwise,” her ‘otherwise’ reminiscences include a bad
Photo:The Freebird Club CEO Peter Mangan, left, with members image credit:www.irelandxo.com Its creator hopes to help curb social isolation and add joy to traveling In his excellent new book, The Longevity Economy, MIT AgeLab Director Joseph F. Coughlin makes a compelling case that too many businesses fail to recognize or understand older consumers.