Tag Archive: Aging

Jan 27

#ArtAGE #Senior Self Portraits Making Memories…Join Us!

Maturity and Its Muse is excited to share ArtAGE with you. ArtAGE is the new component of the second Celebrating Art for Senior Engagement festival. We invite you and your friends, those you congregate with at church, or those you pal with to join others for ArtAGE…the first area wide showcase of St. Louis seniors …

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Jan 25

It’s gonna be a gr8 Arts + Aging Year in #StLouis #artistmuses #Creativit&Art #Music&Creativity

I bet you like Music and I bet you like Art…You must be creative! If you are and/or want to learn more about these fields, then, please mark your calendars to attend two outstanding upcoming programs that will bring gentlemen who are tops in their fields to St. Louis for back to back wonderful conversations …

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Oct 14

Be #Wellelderly: “Exercise, Even In Small Doses, Offers Tremendous Benefits For Senior Citizens”

Hello All: I wanted to share this from http://khn.org/ (Kaiser News). Republished with Kaiser New’s consent. Exercise, Exercise, and Exercise is a key component to productive again and making certain YOU are #wellelderly! Please read below: Retaining the ability to get up and about easily — to walk across a parking lot, climb a set of stairs, …

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Oct 06

25 Famous Women on Getting Older By Julie Ma via@TheCut @NYmag

Great article in “The Cut” blog: 25 Famous Women on Getting Older by Julie Ma By Julie Ma Ja photo: Photo: Lennart Preiss/Getty Images, NBC/Getty Images, Samir Hussein/Getty Images, Michael Kovac/Getty Images “Dewy, un-creased twentysomethings have long been held up as the essence and ideal of womanhood in popular culture. But you know the mania for …

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Jan 29

Wash U Library has Depression Oral History

Library unveils 100-plus hours of digitized conversation about the Great Depression Fully searchable resource brings invaluable, previously inaccessible oral history within reach January 27, 2014 By Evie Hemphill DOROTHEA LANGE (1936) Among the scores of interviewees whose reflections on the Great Depression comprise a newly accessible Washington University Libraries resource are two daughters of Florence …

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Jan 19

We Publish a Newspaper…MUSERS

Hoping to make this a daily…all the news I can find on Productive Aging, Aging, Aging and the Arts, Aging In Place, and Advances in Alzheimer’s Research and Resources. http://paper.li/MaturityMuse/1390173514?edition_id=26bdbfe0-8160-11e3-b939-0025907212e8


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