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Navigating the dating game

By Kylie Jane Wakefield

3 weeks ago

Judith Gottesman runs her matchmaking business, Soul Mates Unlimited.

Technology has revolutionized the dating world, but sometimes it’s better to go old school — especially if you’re on the older side yourself. 

Just ask Judith Gottesman, a former... read full article

  • Restoring dignity to eldercare

    by Evan Henerson

    January 29, 2015 | 11:52 am

    The footage was positively golden, and Dale Bell was savvy enough to recognize both its emotional — and purse-string — potential.  

    Mildred Adams, a nearly catatonic woman, was brought to a Tupelo, Miss., Green House senior care facility. Within an hour of being checked in to her...

  • L.A.’s newest rookie transplant: Elaine Soloway

    by Esther D. Kustanowitz

    January 29, 2015 | 11:30 am

    Next time you move cross-country to Los Angeles, do it the Elaine Soloway way. (The SoloWay?) Pack whatever you can into flat-rate Priority Mail boxes from the post office and mail them over a period of six months. Get a place on airbnb.com in a hip L.A. neighborhood, close to...

  • My life as a retired millennial

    by Tess Cutler

    January 29, 2015 | 11:02 am

    Two weeks after my 21st birthday — when most of my friends were just beginning to enjoy post-college freedom — I moved into a retirement community in Palm Desert. 

    My parents had a second home in Sun City Palm Desert, an “active adult community” located in the Coachella Valley,...

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  • Israel invites you to pedal with purpose, hike for hope

    by Michele Chabin

    December 17, 2014 | 2:35 pm

    Three years ago, Betsy Diamant-Cohen had a double knee replacement. Once healed, the Baltimore resident got on a bicycle and slowly built up her strength to the point that she recently flew to Israel to participate in a cycling fundraiser for the Arava Institute and Hazon Israel...

  • An instrumental leader

    by Claudia Boyd-Barrett

    December 17, 2014 | 11:44 am

    Howard Banchik will tell you there’s a lot more to music and learning to play an instrument than meets the ears.

    The co-founder of real-estate investment firm Westwood Financial Corp. in Los Angeles and member of University Synagogue in Brentwood credits learning to play music as...

  • Loss turns to gain with young at heart

    By Ayala Or-el

    December 17, 2014 | 9:54 am

    After her mother passed away a little over a year ago, Ofra Bennun watched her father slowly begin to decline. After 62 years of a loving marriage, it was hard for Israel Knan, 83, to be alone. 

    So Bennun made sure that he wasn’t, creating a 60-plus club for Israeli seniors like...

  • Swinging with The 5th Dementia

    by Roberto Loiederman

    November 25, 2014 | 12:16 pm

    Twice a week, four older men get together to make music. There may be nothing unusual about that, but aging has not been kind to them: To varying degrees, they’ve been affected by dementia or Parkinson’s disease. 

    Nevertheless, when they get together and play standards from the...

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