You’d think by now that the evil of the world would realize it can end lives, but, it can’t end love. That’s exactly what happened on Oct 27th at the Tree of Life synagogue Pittsburgh, PA’s Squirrel Hill neighborhood.
Carole King, 76, boasts the title of the most successful female songwriter of the latter half of the 20th century in the United States. With over 118 hit pop songs on the Billboard Hot 100 between 1955 and 1999, King is a true musical legend.
After nearly 40 years in the entertainment industry, Sharon Stone, 60, has still got it – style, sophistication, and sex appeal.
Queen Elizabeth has come to be known for many things throughout her reign as Queen of the United Kingdom since 1952 – she married her cousin, she celebrates two birthdays, she is notoriously shy, she drinks gin with Dubonnet every day before lunch, and she has a deep love of dogs, particularly Corgis.
Not many people in the Sixty and Me community know that, before starting this website, I spent many wonderful years working at Microsoft.
I was there for the launch of Windows 95. I experienced the emotional highs and the disappointing lows. But, it wasn’t until I left the company that I really came to understand the significance of the company’s founder, Bill Gates.
Helping others just feels good, doesn’t it?
Even though we all know that showing generosity to others can be very rewarding, too often, we get caught up in our own lives and everyday stresses which distract us from the simple act of giving back.
There are several things in life that most of us are eternally seeking the answers to, with one of the most common being the secrets to a long, healthy life.
When it comes to celebrities couples, the longevity and success rate of many of these very public relationships can unfortunately tend to be pretty dismal.
In today’s world, women can have it all. And for 72-year-old Suzanne Somers, that “all” includes her own breast… after losing it to breast cancer.