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Thursday, 27 September 2012

Thursday, September 27, 2012
Heartthrob Bobby Rydell has been a rock and roll teen idol ("Wild One," "Volare," "We Got Love," "Kissin' Time"); movie star ("Bye Bye Birdie" co-starring Ann Margaret and Dick Van Dyke); television entertainer, and night club and concert performer -- both as a solo act and with his fellow 1960s teen idol buddies Frankie Avalon and Fabian, touring with "The Golden Boys of Bandstand."
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Marlo Thomas: Carson's Comedians: Those Legendary Tonight Show Debuts!
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Johnny Carson's departure from The Tonight Show, and many of today's top comedic stars were lucky enough to have launched their careers from the Carson springboard.
Dr. Bruce A. Chernof, MD: California's Pressing Need For Long-Term Care System Transformation
It's been said that as goes California, so goes the nation. Right now, Californians are not prepared to grow old.
Barbara Hannah Grufferman: Feeling Pretty After 50: Why It's So Important
News flash: Embracing your age and wanting to feel pretty are not mutually exclusive.
Alan Jones: Retirement Thoughts: Intimations of Mortality
Huston Smith once asked an aging Aldous Huxley if he had any regrets. "I wish I had been more kind." Me too.
Robin Amos Kahn: The Gift of Caregiving
It is a great service to show up for someone and go with them through the last chapter of their lives. And though at the time, it feels as if your own life got lost somewhere, it eventually turns up again.

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