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More and more often, we hear how acts of giving can not only improve our quality of life, and how charitable people have better health, stronger immunity, less depression, and increased longevity.  Altruism apparently has a hidden magic of its own because scientific research now...

We explored the Washington Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Korean War Veterans Memorial and Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial in the evening, while the weather was cooler and the crowds thinned out a little. The next day we visited two free world-class museums, the National Museum of African...

The 2018-2019 Supreme Court year is about to start on October 5, 2018. There are a wide array of cases being heard by the Court, but the majority have to deal with money and land. The California Supreme Court also just issued a decision on “What...

It’s September 2018 and summer is almost over! Time flies by quickly, doesn’t it? Hopefully, we’ve made some progress over the past eight months in our awareness about frauds that target seniors and what we can do to protect ourselves.  Perhaps we are a bit more savvy...

At a lounge a few nights ago, I happened to be seated near a fellow who ordered a bottle of Merlot. It was time for Wine Tasting Theater. He did everything but rub the bottle and listen to the cork. Finally he approved the purchase....