For our client AARP, we outlined the help provided to those providing care to their loved ones.
For our client AARP, we developed this content to encourage AARP members to respond to the 2020 Census.
By Laura Mecoy
Diana Love is retired, but you wouldn’t know it. She has numerous meetings and out-of-town trips booked at any given time. She’s also started her own nonprofit and serves in leadership positions on local commissions.
Yet Love, 66, of Palmdale, has found time this election year to educate voters age 50 and older about issues important to them and where the candidates stand on those issues. A former state legislative staff member, Love said 50-plus voters are paying attention to ...
With the start of the New Year, Compton residents can launch a healthy new habit. Beginning in January, AARP in Los Angeles will host an LA Soul Steppers walking group in the Hub City the first Thursday of every month.
“We are building on the success of the first LA Soul Steppers group in Baldwin Hills by bringing the same concept to Compton,” said Jennifer Hopson, AARP associate state director for multicultural outreach. “Walking groups help create more livable communities by providing physi...
By Laura Mecoy
Michael Achkar thought he had the perfect solution when he built a small house for his father in the backyard of his Capitola home.
Then Achkar encountered one of the many challenges Californians face as the state seeks to expand housing: Connecting the separate unit to a water supply would cost more than $24,000 for fees and the installation of a new meter—requirements of his local water district, which has serious supply issues.
Because of the high cost, Achkar, 50, said his ...
Shiver me timbers! Thar be changes ter one of yer favorite Disneyland rides, Pirates
of the Caribbean, 'n' sum lily-livered fans are ready ter mutiny over 'em.
Artist hopes exhibit fights `species-ism' - tribune...
You can travel with teens – here's how - Travel - T...
The world premiere of the Marvel Super Heroes Science Exhibition opens Sunday at the California Science Center.
Visitors will learn about the strength of spider's silk by dangling from a re-creation of one of Spidey's webs. The Invisible Woman will disappear before their very eyes in a demonstration of how optical illusions work. And modern-day technology will give them Ironman's incredible strength to lift a car. Sacramento Bee
Not everyone living in La-La Land can be a star. But if they have a credit card and phone, they can be treated like one.