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NCOA Website Offers a Treasure Trove of COVID-19 Help for Older Adults

Editor’s Note: This may not apply to you, but you know people to whom this would be beneficial. Pass on the article or the National Council on Aging link to elders you know. (NewsUSA) – The COVID-19 pandemic is generating fear, confusion, and economic… Continue Reading “NCOA Website Offers a Treasure Trove of COVID-19 Help for Older Adults”

2 Ten April Show

Perspective

Perspective. It has more than one definition, but for an artist, perhaps it is the vanishing point of reality from which creation occurs. In the mi casa es su casa show at 2 Ten Galeria on the Plaza, it takes on new meaning in… Continue Reading “2 Ten April Show”

The best dad

Father's Day

My dad was wonderful. There were times growing up when I didn’t think so. He embarrassed me more than once, and his groaner jokes were the worst, but he loved our mother and he loved us. He would do anything for us, and when… Continue Reading “The best dad”

Dear Mom

Yellow Rose

Mona Peralta Conkle Dear Mom: When you died in 1986 at the age of 62, it was a blow to all of us. Despite a diagnosis of cancer, we all kept hoping against hope you would pull through and get back to normal, to… Continue Reading “Dear Mom”

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