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Christie Brinkley is Living Her Best Life at 66 – And You Can, Too!
1 month ago

Christie Brinkley is Living Her Best Life at 66 – And You Can, Too!

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As we progress through our lives, birthdays often become something that we regard with apathy and indifference or worse yet, dread. But, if we are lucky enough…
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Drinking to Your Independence: How Science Says Good Hydration Can Keep You Mentally Sharp After 60
3 months ago

Drinking to Your Independence: How Science Says Good Hydration Can Keep You Mentally Sharp After 60

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Are you a woman over 60 and living on your own? If so, researchers at Penn State University’s College of Health and Human Development have come up with findings that might help you remain independent!
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Annette Bening at 61: The Kids Really Are All Right, So the Empty Nester Moves On
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Annette Bening at 61: The Kids Really Are All Right, So the Empty Nester Moves On

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The rumor has been circulating among moviegoers for years. In 1992, when Columbia Pictures wanted to give their toga-clad, torch-bearing logo lady her fifth facelift, Annette Bening served as their model…
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Olivia Newton-John: How Cannabis Is Helping Her Win Over Cancer
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Olivia Newton-John: How Cannabis Is Helping Her Win Over Cancer

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It was the summer of 1978. John Travolta was 24 and Olivia Newton-John was nearly 30. But when, as Grease’s Rydell High seniors Danny and Sandy, they burned up movie screens with their It’s You That I Want dance number…
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From Downton Abbey’s Dowager to the Toast of the London Stage, Dame Maggie Smith Roles On
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From Downton Abbey’s Dowager to the Toast of the London Stage, Dame Maggie Smith Roles On

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On December 28, 1934, Margaret Natalie Smith was born. The world now knows her as Dame Maggie Smith. And earlier this year, she walked away with her sixth Evening Standard Theatre Award as Best Actress…
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Meryl Streep as Little Women’s Battle-Ax: “Write Me a Good Aunt March”
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Meryl Streep as Little Women’s Battle-Ax: “Write Me a Good Aunt March”

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“Christmas won’t be Christmas without any presents!” So complained Jo March in the opening line of Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women, a novel as treasured today as it was 150 years ago…
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What Alan Alda Can Teach Us About Bravery and the Power of Good Communication
4 months ago

What Alan Alda Can Teach Us About Bravery and the Power of Good Communication

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The movie is Netflix’ Marriage Story. The scene, about one hour in, is a cluttered law office in LA’s unassuming Beverly Grove neighborhood…
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“Fooling People. It’s What I Do.” Let’s Hear It for Dame Judi Dench
4 months ago

“Fooling People. It’s What I Do.” Let’s Hear It for Dame Judi Dench

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Dame Judi continues to do it well enough to have landed the juicy part of Old Deuteronomy in the film version of the musical Cats, to be released December 20. It’s traditionally a male role, but that didn’t scare her. After all, she does “know something of a woman in a man’s profession!”
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From Puffy Eyes to the Public Eye: Jamie Lee Curtis’ Journey from Addiction to Recovery
4 months ago

From Puffy Eyes to the Public Eye: Jamie Lee Curtis’ Journey from Addiction to Recovery

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Her story will resonate with any woman who’s been found wanting by an impossible beauty standard. And if this ad from the July, 1939 issue of Glamour magazine is any indication, we’ve been found wanting for a long…
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Dick van Dyke: Time Marches On, But He Hasn’t Lost a Step
4 months ago

Dick van Dyke: Time Marches On, But He Hasn’t Lost a Step

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What’s rarer in Hollywood than naturally platinum-blonde hair? An actor who’s worked steadily for more than 60 years, with the musical, dancing and comedic talents worthy of a Grammy…

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