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Octogenarians turn back the clock with musical act

On a recent Thursday, 81-year-old Saul H. Jacobs looked out from behind a microphone at the crowd gathered in Culver City Senior Center’s main ...
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The timeless style of Thea Home

Thea Segal has a message for American society: “Less family photos all over. It’s like, don’t you see each other? And more art.” Segal, ...
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AJU program helps young adults explore the many connections between nature and Jewish values

“Experiential learning depends on ‘wow’ moments,” said Aryeh Goldman, 26, coordinator of the Jewish Experiential and Nature Educators ...
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Scoping out the senior scene

Why take Max Izenberg’s advice on what’s going on around town? Because the retired nutritionist knows what’s good for you. Izenberg built ...
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In the Zi-Fi zone

In 1963, fate conspired to transform Sheldon Teitelbaum into a sci-fi fan for life. Call it the perfect (extraterrestrial) storm. Back then, the ...
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