Virtues, like viruses, have their seasons of contagion. When catastrophe strikes, generosity spikes like a fever
Sex and older generations: it’s not a topic that gets discussed much, not even in the doctor’s office. But some physicians say that needs to change, because older patients are leading active sex lives and their rates of sexually transmitted diseases may be on the rise.
They come out on the world with lips shining,Flocks and generations, until timeSeems like nothing so muchAs a blinding snowstorm of virginity,And a man, lost in the perpetual scurry of white,Can only close his eyesIn a resignation of monogamy.Christopher Fry's Venus ObservedMORE and more older men refuse to be resigned. Despite today's much-heralded split between generations, which should guarantee coeval marriages, the number of old-young alliances may be increasing.
If you retraced the footsteps of Angelina Jolie and Marilyn Monroe, George Clooney and Charlie Chaplin, their paths would cross at Paris’ Htel le Bristol, lebristolparis.com.
Homeownership has let us down. For generations, Americans believed that owning a home was an axiomatic good.
Madoff victims fire back again: ‘The man can be a monster’ Ilene Kent, a victims’ advocate whose dad and mom lost the bulk of their existence cost savings to Madoff, calls the Ponzi schemer a “pathological liar.” Victims of Bernard Madoff’s Ponzi scheme are infuriated with his most recent jailhouse interview, where he blames his […]
The march on Washington that gays staged Sunday on the National Mall drew something like 200,000 people that’s a good guess based on conversations with many of the organizers and local authorities, although estimates of Mall crowds are notoriously unreliable. But one number you can take to the bank: the average age of those back stage who wore walkie-talkie headsets and staff badges, the men who were behind much of the organizing effort, wasn’t over 30
Among Manchester United Football Club’s 300 million or so supporters worldwide are two Burmese men whose love of the game spans generations. One is a stout, bespectacled, betel nut chewing septuagenarian, the other his favorite teenage grandson, and like many of their soccer-mad compatriots they stay up late into Burma’s tropical nights to watch live broadcasts from faraway England.
The Los Angeles Times’ headquarters aptly sits where the U.S.
President Obama warned Tuesday that the global economic recession could hinder the ability of countries to take necessary steps to combat climate change. “We seek sweeping but necessary change in the midst of a global recession, where every nation’s most immediate priority is reviving their economy and putting their people back to work,” Obama told a U.N