The who, what and why of Kwanzaa

Celebration honors universal African heritage

another article by Chelle Cordero

Kwanzaa celebration

Maulana Ndabezitha Karenga, center, with his wife, Tiamoyo, to his left, celebrate Kwanzaa at the Rochester Institute of Technology.

Kwanzaa is a celebration of ideology that is observed for seven days, from Dec. 26 through Jan. 1. It honors universal African heritage and is a celebration of family, community and culture.  (read more…)

[as appeared in IDAHO MOUNTAIN EXPRESS Holiday Supplement,
pg S-6, 12/18/2013]

Golf bag checklist – Everything you need to be a pro

There are certain must-have items for every golfer, from the casual amateur to the pro golfer doing the circuit.

Golf shoes are essential. These shoes have spikes sticking out of the soles to improve traction and footing while swinging at the ball. Golf balls sport dimples that make them “fly” farther. Of course, tees are important: handy little posts that stick in the ground and hold the ball above the grass where you are swinging….
Read more: http://www.leaderpost.com/technology/Golf+checklist+Everything+need/8453338/story.html#ixzz2UnOrt9Be

 

Finding companionship later in life

Let’s face it; by the time you’re 50-something, you know what you like and want in a partner, and barhopping or clubbing probably isn’t the right way to meet that special someone. If you find yourself looking for love, you definitely don’t want to do it in all the wrong places. (read more…)

 

New article

October 28, 2011

Working during retirement

AT THE STARTING GATE
By Chelle Cordero
More older Americans are looking to rejoin the work force and/or actively contribute to the communities where they live. Some might even go so far as to claim that keeping busy keeps you young. Then there are the baby boomers who had contemplated retirement but now find that in today’s financial world, they need continued income. (read more…)

Fredericksburg.com – Many work past retirement age
BY CHELLE CORDERO. CREATORS.COM. More older Americans are looking to rejoin the work force–some to keep busy, and many because they need the income. 
fredericksburg.com/News/FLS/2011/062011/…/627531?rss…

Let Me Entertain You: Home theaters aren’t just for the wealthy (HeraldNet, Snohomish County)

Going to the movies doesn’t necessarily mean leaving your home anymore. With widescreen TVs, surround sound speaker systems and even theater-seating options, you can pop popcorn in your home microwave and put your jammies on before the opening credits. (more)

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Holidays for interfaith families are tricky, but everyone can be satisfied (SouthCoastToday)

In many households across North America, the December holidays are multicultural and interfaith. Certainly, the majority of neighborhoods are multicultural exhibits and true reflections of the diversity of our communities. Festive multicultural displays adorn shopping malls and town squares. (more)

Holidays for interfaith families are tricky, but everyone can be satisfied

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In many households across North America, the December holidays are multicultural and interfaith. Certainly, the majority of neighborhoods are multicultural exhibits and true reflections of the diversity of our communities. Festive multicultural displays adorn shopping malls and town squares.