COVER STORY: They Were Stardust, They Were Golden: The Reality of Woodstock 1969

Half a century ago, in an atmosphere redolent of cow manure and marijuana smoke, 500,000 young people came together on the hillside of a farm in New York state.

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COVER STORY: Bending with Life’s Flow

“We are at any given time a sum of our past experiences. I like to tell my students to gather up their pebbles of knowledge and eventually it turns into a hill, and that hill will continue to grow into a mountain,” says fitness educator Joy Riley.

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COVER STORY: Life at the Speed of Sound

“We’re only here on this planet for so long; you have to do things while you’re here,” James Kleinklaus laughs when asked how he’s managed to fit so many experiences into one lifetime.

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COVER STORY: Making Your Medical Wishes Known

Thinking about potential medical issues and end-of-life care can be a bit daunting, but it’s important. There are legal documents, such as an advance healthcare directive, in which one can specify one’s preferences.

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COVER STORY: Have Books, Will Travel

Liz Richardson has always loved books and always wanted to help people, so she knew her career choice from an early age.

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COVER STORY: Jack of All Trades, Master of Many

Visitors to historic Cornwall Iron Furnace in Lebanon have the opportunity to learn all about the Revolutionary-War-era forge from local history buff-turned-tour guide Pat Freeland.

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COVER STORY: Earlier Conversations about Alzheimer’s Warning Signs Needed

November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, and the Alzheimer’s Association, together with advocates in the early stages of the disease, are encouraging families to talk about memory and cognition concerns sooner.

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COVER STORY: Astronomy on the Susquehanna

We live in a modern age awash in light. It’s inside our homes, on our streets, and on our computer screens.

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COVER STORY: A Fighting Chance

When someone you love is struck with a neurological disease, such as Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s, life can undoubtedly become a trial for both the caregiver and the patient. Because of the slow but steady progression of these diseases, maintaining morale can also be a challenge.

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