Author: Ina Jaffe
Source: NPR Bob Orozco barks out instructions like a drill sergeant. The 40 or so older adults in this class follow his lead, stretching and bending and marching in place. It goes like this for nearly an hour, with 89-year-old Orozco doing every move he asks of his class. He does that in each of the 11 classes he teaches every week at this YMCA in Laguna Niguel, Calif. “I probably will work until something stops me,” Orozco says. He may be an outlier, still
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A: I am now the Computer Lab Coordinator for the Martin Luther King / Marcus Garvey Apartments. There are 200 units in the complex and roughly 500 residents. I am not only teaching them computer skills such as using Microsoft Office, but also helping in areas s
Here at The Job Shop we work hard to place in you in a great job, and it is always wonderful when we have a success story to share. The Job Shop was started with a unique concept in mind – provide our clients and our candidates with the respect that they deserve. We offer guarantees on every placement that we make, to ensure satisfaction both for our candidates and our clients, and Lora is a great example of how that benefits everyone! Q: What is your name?
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Welcome to Weekend Planner. Every Friday we put together a list of the weekend events we think look most interesting and provide them here. Keep in mind there is always a lot more going on, and all it takes is a little digging to find something that will be the perfect activity for you. Friday, Feb. 20 DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA Doors – 8pm Show – 8:30pm All Ages $12 The Devil in California: Where else would the devil be, really? California is paradise and a black hole all
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The Economist AS STARSHIPS go, it’s cheap. For $180 you can buy a Constellation Taurus, a 59-metre, 80-tonne freighter that is perfect for anyone looking to break into interstellar trading. Or at least it will be. Would-be space truckers who pay up now will have to wait until 2016, when “Star Citizen”, a video game being developed by Cloud Imperium Games (CIG), is ready for lift-off. Crowdfunding—in which artists, authors and designers raise money direct