Category Archives: Aging

WHEN A HIGHBROW MEETS A LOWBROW

They say that when a high brow meets a low brow Walking along Broadway Soon the high brow, he has no brow Ain’t it a shame and you’re to blame * A few days ago I was looking over some … Continue reading

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ART AND AGE

ART, AGE, AND WHAT TO DO The video I just watched a video called Suicide Awareness and Prevention for Older Adults; I was watching it because the Crisis Centre has been talking to me about leading workshops for care workers … Continue reading

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THE LIE AND LAY OF WHO AND WHOM

Like many fine grammatical distinctions, the discrete uses of “lie” and “lay” as well as of “who” and “whom” are disappearing from the language. There are those of us, however—call us pedants if you wish—who cling to the niceties of … Continue reading

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