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Mushrooms: Prince of the Forest

Whether foraged or bought, mushrooms add deep flavors to make wonderful dishes.

The Mighty Wurlitzer Lives!

Looking back, it’s a small miracle that these low-tech musical machines have survived for a hundred years and are still delighting audiences

50 Years Apart

The 1963 trip was one of the very first recorded motorcycle trips through the Americas. Repeating the trip 50 years later put another mark in the record book.

Changing Aging Assumptions

In my work as the UW Elder Friendly Futures Conference co-chair, I recently got acquainted with one person who serves as a particularly energizing, inspiring and powerful example of living life with humor and purpose: Sister Madonna Buder of Spokane

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Jean Smart: From Seattle to Hollywood and Back Again

Jean first discovered her love of theater at Ballard High School, and was later accepted into the BFA theater program at the University of Washington

Mountains, monasteries and more in the mystical 'Land of the Thunder Dragon'

A revered lama and leading astrologist, Master Wengdi of the Paga Monastery in Bhutan, told me that I'm a fire monkey, born under a metal sign that imbues me with confidence and energy. Driven to success, I often gravitate towards leadership roles where I can exercise control and call upon my ability to draw people to me.

What is the future of Social Security - Board of Trustees Annual Report

Will there be Social Security in the future?

An Unexpected Compliment

"While we were eating at the buffet, the younger child (ten years old) sat by me. I thought this unusual as she is most likely to stay closer to her sister and her mother, my niece Carla."

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Q & A with SSA – Some common questions about benefits and programs.

You have questions, we have answers

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OLD

"does it sound as if i am complaining"

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How's the Weather

"Another conversation ebb and flow"

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Count on Social Security Survivor Benefits To Protect Your Family

Tragedy strikes without warning. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over 2.7 million people will die in the U.S. this year. For families who lose a wage earner, it can have a devastating financial impact in addition to the emotional one.

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Ice on a stick for these hot days

Ice pops can be a great, low-calorie treat, since it usually takes longer to eat them than it takes to drink the same volume of sugary soda.

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Neighborhoods

Here are some ideas for writing about neighborhoods that I’m using in some of my Write About Your Life classes this quarter. Join us and send me some neighborhood stories for Sharing Stories.

Discover the beauty of Appalachia on a Smoky Mountains hiking trip

The humidity was so thick you could cut it with a knife, even a plastic one would easily do the job. At this point I was trudging up a trail, sweating profusely, swatting at annoying gnats and solely focused on my discomfort. Ian, our guide, suddenly stopped the group and asked that we listen to the sounds around us for a moment.