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Editor’s Note: The Merry Month of May

Here we are, already in the month of May. Despite being as "old" as I am, I still think of May as the end of the school year. And the end of the school year meant sleeping in, summer vacation, hanging out with friends and simply being free. May also… Read more

Food and Wine

Mango Salmon Recipe

After my annual checkup with our family ophthalmologist, I asked about whether I had any signs of macular degeneration. (My mother was diagnosed with this in her early 60s and was practically blind in her 90s.) He said not right now, but he wanted me to add the following to… Read more


Breast Cancer Diaries: The Good News

This is the second in a series of journal entries from contributing editor Adrienne Lawler, chronicling her breast cancer diagnosis and chemo treatment. The following is the first in the ongoing series. 9th June Good news (all things considered) it is NOT terminal! Deeply unpleasant, but not terminal. We think/hope/believe. Delete… Read more

Food and Wine

Champagne Mint Juleps for Kentucky Derby Day

Watch the Kentucky Derby coming up May 5 without a mint julep? Fiddle-dee-dee! Taking in the equine thriller nicked named “The Run for the Roses” wouldn’t be the same without the Southern-accented cocktail, but that doesn’t mean it has to be old hat. The famed horse racing event which takes… Read more


Grief Happens in the Brain: Healing After Loss

The human condition is complicated and sometimes painful. In times of loss, in particular, it is especially hard to cope and work one’s way through the stages of what we know as grief. In technical terms, grief is “keen mental suffering or distress over affliction or loss; sharp sorrow; painful… Read more


10 Prime Picks Under $100 – #2

Our fashion editors have been scouring the stores for bargains, and you’re going to love what they’ve found. Whether for you, or a gift for a friend, these 10 items under $100 are sure to be a hit! These ankle pants by Michael Kors have simple, sleek and polished appeal.… Read more

Money & Finance

When Memory Fades: Planning for Care

    With the incidence of Alzheimer’s and other forms of cognitive decline projected to rise, this insight from Merrill Lynch Wealth Management could help you prepare financially for a day you hope never will come. More and more families today find themselves touched by the tragedy of Alzheimer’s. Forty-four… Read more


5 College Graduation Gifts They’ll REALLY Enjoy

The turning of tassels, the throwing of caps and the sounds of Pomp and Circumstance…it is graduation season. Chances are you may know someone who will graduate from college, law or medical school or another program. Whether it is your relative, your friend’s child or the kid that used to… Read more

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