"I would argue that the wisdom and maturity that comes with life experience puts you in favorable position to not make the same mistakes you might earlier in life.”

August 15, 2022 at 5:48 p.m.

The Murder Mystery Genre

I love a good “who done it.”


Want to Live by the Ocean?

Property Shark released a new study that ranked the least expensive ocean beach towns throughout the country

Best Places to Retire in Washington

Are retirees moving in retirement these days? The answer is yes. And no.

Local Retirement Community Residents Support Charity

Residents of Boulevard Park Place Active Retirement Community in Burien are passionate about giving back to their community

Beauty and Chance

Six years ago, filmmaker John Harrison set off on a year-long project to document the everyday lives of two women who happened to be quite old


Hurricane Ridge

Hurricane Ridge is where former Secretary of State Ralph Munro used to ski in high school

A Guide to Wine and Freeway Driving

The next thing they knew they were merging with the Friday afternoon car crowds onto the I-5 freeway!

Transportation Firsts in Washington: Car and Airplane

These two essays from HistoryLink.org explore the first car likely seen in Washington and the first airplane to fly over Mount Rainier

Bainbridge Island Man Shares his Story of Surviving Cancer

When Jim Copen went to pick up his 6-year-old granddaughter, she pointed out something unusual about him that she hadn’t noticed before

Senior Volunteers Bring Life to the American Red Cross

The American Red Cross was founded by Clara Barton


Darci Beacom: the Power of One

Similar to many other retirees, Darci Beacom found her way to AmeriCorps Seniors RSVP as a way to "explore beyond the community of my house..."

Welcoming the World: Russ Steele & the Nature Shop

Russ Steele worked for the Seattle Audubon Society helping bird lovers

Trailblazing Black Women of Washington State

Join author, historian and photographer Marilyn Morgan in her new book as she chronicles the incredible lives and contributions of Washington’s Black women

At 88, an undiscovered painter makes his museum debut at Wing Luke

“It was like stumbling upon buried treasure”