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"Rosie the Riveter Lives!" Elinor Otto, 93, became a “Rosie the Riveter” back in 1942 at Rohr Aircraft Corp. in Chula Vista. You’ll still find her working on the assembly line today at Long Beach’s Boeing C-17 plant. Click here to read the blog post.
Actors James Earl Jones and Angela Lansbury discuss their roles in the play “Driving Miss Daisy” in Sydney, Australia. Click here to read the blog post.
". . . athletes, engineers, politicians, television writers, salesmen, and actresses all have varying norms and shelf lives, sometimes affected by physical attributes or societal expectations. Seemingly immune to ageist perceptions and traditional notions of retirement are artists." Click here to read the blog post.
In 2008, a “pensioner’s playground” opened in Manchester, England. ”Instead of slides and roundabouts, it is equipped with machines specially designed to provide gentle exercise for different parts of the body such as hips, legs and torso." Click here to read the blog post.
People are living longer in retirement with less income. But is it a good idea to use your home as a source of cash during those years? Click here to read the blog post.