For St. Paul soul singer Sonny Knight, success comes later in life

July 29
For St. Paul soul singer Sonny Knight, success comes later in life

The Art of Aging: How Minneapolis artist Mary Bergs discovered a new career

July 29
The Art of Aging: How Minneapolis artist Mary Bergs discovered a new career
The Good Life
July 29

The Art of Aging: Life changes led to career in creativity for St. Louis Park artist

Three of the biggest turning points in Lucy Rose Fischer’s career involved encounters with aging. Twice, she was influenced by other people’s aging — the…
The Good Life
July 29

Now everyone can enjoy your home-baked treats

New law allows you to sell those brownies and muffins.
The Good Life
July 28

My Good Life: Duluth sculptor, writer finds peace and purpose through art

  My good life has long roots. I was 37 years old, three months pregnant with my daughter, a year after my father’s death in…
The Good Life
July 28

The Art of Aging: Jim Denomie's vivid, edgy paintings attract international attention

Jim Denomie wasn’t exactly a model student when he attended South High School in Minneapolis around 1970; he recalls his activities included “goofing off, getting…
The Good Life
July 28

How our Minnesota athletes fared at the National Senior Games

Among the 10,000 athletes from around the country who competed in the 2015 National Senior Games, held July 3-16 in the Twin Cities, were…
The Good Life
July 28

Tiny homes offer independent living option for older adults

  John Louiselle and Jesse Lammi first met and became friends playing hockey when they were 11 years old. Now 24, Louiselle and Lammi are…
The Good Life
April 22

How to make your life insurance work for you

  Seniors can put their life insurance policies to work for them, selling the policies rather than surrendering them to the insurer to generate needed…
The Good Life
April 22

Archer shoots from novice to gold in months

With her family cheering her on, Jackie Cogan shot from novice to gold in a matter of months.
The Good Life
April 22

Pickleball player back from the dead - literally

Randy Hall was on the pickleball court when he suffered a sudden cardiac arrest. “I was pretty much dead,” said Hall, 64, a retired teacher…
The Good Life
April 22

Senior track star makes up for late start in running

Sherwood Sagedahl got a late start in the race, but he has more than made up for it.
The Good Life
April 22

Edina racewalker takes "funny-looking” sport in her stride

She’s had water balloons thrown at her (they missed) and been the target of squirt guns. As a racewalker, Anita Macias-Howard has learned to take…
The Good Life
April 22

Minnesota triathlete, 67, loves to compete - against himself

Tom Rohman is not in it for the health — he likes competing against himself.
The Good Life
April 22

Senior Games competitor from Minnesota learned the javelin -- on YouTube

How YouTube helped one competitor learn the art of the javelin.
The Good Life
April 22

National Senior Games are coming to Minnesota for the first time

The National Senior Games are coming to Minnesota. For athletes of a certain age, this is the Olympics, baby!
Giving Back
April 21

Tips for volunteers — from volunteers

A task force of boomer-generation volunteers concluded that it is often not easy to find a good fit for volunteering. Here are some of the…
Giving Back
April 21

How to engage baby boomer generation volunteers

Finding the right volunteer opportunities can be frustrating for the baby boomer generation.
The Good Life
April 21

Running late: Midlife marathoner Tom Jackson, 55

TOM JACKSON, Forest Lake; Age: 55; Marathons run: One Maybe against my better judgment, I have decided to run another Twin Cities Marathon. I have had three knee…
The Good Life
April 21

Running late: Midlife marathoner Tony Loyd, 56

TONY LOYD, Little Canada; Age: 56; Marathons run: 13 I ran everywhere I went as a small child. I ran in junior high, but didn’t enjoy school competition,…
The Good Life
April 21

Running late: Midlife marathoner Betsy Gomez, 56

BETSY GOMEZ, Chanhassen; Age: 56; Marathons run: Five I was big into running when I was in my 20s and 30s, during the first running boom. I ran…
The Good Life
April 21

Running late: Lessons learned by midlife marathoners

Lessons learned by midlife marathoners.
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    Paul Shambroom: Lost: A photography show documenting lost pet fliers, weapons repurposed as monuments and lost gloves.
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    Arthur's World: Through imaginative, hands-on activities, kids will sharpen their creative thinking and experience the power of cooperation, starting a new chapter in a lifelong learning adventure.
    On The Stage
    Church Basement Ladies: The play that spun off four sequels returns 10 years after it launched.
  • Arts and Entertainment
    Paul Shambroom: Lost: A photography show documenting lost pet fliers, weapons repurposed as monuments and lost gloves.
    Family Events
    Arthur's World: Through imaginative, hands-on activities, kids will sharpen their creative thinking and experience the power of cooperation, starting a new chapter in a lifelong learning adventure.
    On The Stage
    Church Basement Ladies: The play that spun off four sequels returns 10 years after it launched.
  • Arts and Entertainment
    Paul Shambroom: Lost: A photography show documenting lost pet fliers, weapons repurposed as monuments and lost gloves.
    Family Events
    Arthur's World: Through imaginative, hands-on activities, kids will sharpen their creative thinking and experience the power of cooperation, starting a new chapter in a lifelong learning adventure.
    On The Stage
    Church Basement Ladies: The play that spun off four sequels returns 10 years after it launched.
  • Arts and Entertainment
    Paul Shambroom: Lost: A photography show documenting lost pet fliers, weapons repurposed as monuments and lost gloves.
    Family Events
    Arthur's World: Through imaginative, hands-on activities, kids will sharpen their creative thinking and experience the power of cooperation, starting a new chapter in a lifelong learning adventure.
    On The Stage
    Church Basement Ladies: The play that spun off four sequels returns 10 years after it launched.
  • Arts and Entertainment
    Paul Shambroom: Lost: A photography show documenting lost pet fliers, weapons repurposed as monuments and lost gloves.
    Family Events
    Arthur's World: Through imaginative, hands-on activities, kids will sharpen their creative thinking and experience the power of cooperation, starting a new chapter in a lifelong learning adventure.
    On The Stage
    Church Basement Ladies: The play that spun off four sequels returns 10 years after it launched.
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