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June 10, 2024 at 1:50 p.m.

Tom Selleck and His Famous Life

My ears perk up whenever Tom Selleck is in the news, and he's been in the news a lot lately. His new memoir, "You Never Know," hit bookshelves last month


"Writing Boomerish has been great fun"

The Honor of Caring for a Loved One

“Retirement isn't an exit ramp to being idle or sidelined,” said Scott Nolte. It is time to start new adventures.

I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face

“Making art is good for our hearts.” The group is also doing a performance for the residents at a senior living community

AARP's Annual Movies for Grownups® Awards

Every year, AARP spotlights films and TV content that speak directly to a powerful 50-plus audience

Carol Burnett Turns 90

This article was written after a thrill of a lifetime when I had the chance to interview Carol Burnett

Jeopardy!'s Ken Jennings talks ChatGPT, life in Seattle and more

This Jeopardy! champion and prolific author is also a 2023 Crosscut Ideas Festival speaker.


So You Thought You Could Retire

His new book is a follow-up to the popular "Living Together After Retirement"

Things That Wear Out

If I want to get Alexa involved, (which I don’t) I might be able to converse with my next refrigerator…

Stolen and scrapped, Seattle’s Arboretum gates are back

On September 8th, renowned Northwest sculptor Gerard “Gerry” Tsutakawa stood in the sun and recreated an iconic photo from his artistic past

WA ecosystems are changing. Conservation efforts are, too

If you don’t know what to look for at Crowberry Bog, you’re liable to miss something miraculous

Norman Lear Turns 100

How many centenarians are celebrated with a television special? At least one.


Kenny Loggins

The multiplatinum, Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter was born in Everett on January 7, 1948

Jackie's Girl: My Life with the Kennedy Family

"Jackie’s Girl" by Kathy McKeon is a coming-of-age memoir about the thirteen years she spent as Jackie Kennedy’s personal assistant