I prefer cookbooks to cooking blogs--usually. You see—where I stop and read all depends on content and pictures. A favorite cookbook--the chocolate cinnamon pop tarts are scrumptious. Many cooking blogs seem to go on and … [Read more...] about Searching for the Ultimate Bake!
You never know where a professional or personal friendship might lead. For many years, BTA colleagues Ed, Chris and I shared a commitment to providing creative, intellectually stimulating, and developmentally appropriate education experiences for … [Read more...] about Summer-Food-BoomerTech Adventures Guides
Every morning upon entering the kitchen, I glance up to see how my family of robins are doing. But alas, I then remember that all four babies have successfully fledged. I miss them and suffer from empty nest syndrome. Watching their story unfold … [Read more...] about Birding With Your iPhone
Charlotte Kinney Simpson, my great-great grandmother, ran a temperance hotel with her husband. When I look at this old family picture I see a conservative woman who probably worked hard her entire life. I know that she and my great-great grandfather, … [Read more...] about Family Stories Connect Generations
In a building for older residents of Lower Manhattan, Sterling Lord, 99, is using his lockdown time to start a new literary agency. Like agents everywhere, he said he was about to seal a “huge television deal” for one of his authors. He could … [Read more...] about Technology to the rescue: Making COVID 19 sequestering bearable
The power is off and not expected to be back on for over 24 hours AND my iPhone is almost out of juice!!! How can I avoid this situation in the future? What does HDR on my phone's camera screen mean? How can I use FaceTime to stay … [Read more...] about Our YouTube Channel Has Your Answers!