Silver Cities: On Staying Relevant

April 4, 2022

Last month March 23, Madeleine Albright, the first woman U.S. Secretary of State (1997-2001) passed away. She epitomized the American dream – coming to the United States with her family […]

Silver City: With Grands and Kids, Celebrating Thanksgiving Can Be Tricky

November 24, 2021

Starting Wednesday, Nov. 24, and for the next five days or so, most everyone in the United States is about to navigate the most unique American holiday of all: Thanksgiving. […]

It’s Medicare Open Season: Be Aware! Very Aware!

October 18, 2021

On October 15 it started. The annual six weeks of increasing daily robo calls and ubiquitous TV ads offering people 65 years old and over free (almost) hospital and medical […]

Silver City: Seniors, the Happiest Demographic

September 9, 2021

September 12 is National Grandparents Day, the first Sunday after Labor Day, an official national holiday signed by President Carter in 1978. It’s not widely celebrated. While grandparents are appreciated, […]

This Father’s Day, Don’t Forget Dad’s Dad, Grandpa 

June 17, 2021

One of the happiest returning post-pandemic sights in Georgetown, parks and playgrounds – Rose, Volta, Montrose, the waterfront, et al. – is to see toddlers, school children and even teens […]