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"I feel like the goal is to tell as many stories as we can before we're no longer here."

profile: dana johnson, 50, writer, los angeles

"There's going to be ups and downs, and you're going to deal with both and it's okay."

profile: gordon clark, 63, director/photographer, cape town

"The ego have to do more - at the end, what are you really doing?"

profile: bobby dekeyser, 53, entrepreneur, spain

From Barbie to cannabis CBD oil: adventures in a natural skin care start up.

Apparently Generation Z is the loneliest generation out there right now.

longevity: some numbers on loneliness in america

From putting your feet first, to taking care of your spine.

best practices: wendy whelan's tips for the non-dance professional

Kudos to mid-50s editor Glenda Bailey's piece on fashion fantasy vs human reality.

things we like: harpers bazaar may 2018

One of the newest faces of Milk Makeup keeps it simple.

Bestia now has a sister Middle Easter restaurant, and the food is great.

things we like: bavel restaurant in los angeles

Hiring a truly intergenerational staff has myriad benefits.

culture: a simple way for retail to increase its sales

In a flat world of shopping options, this one caught our eye.

fashion: scott sternberg's newest fashion company

"Nothing makes us look as old and out of touch as consistently talking about the past."

An MBA would tell me it's the least effective use of my time.

transformation: the best part of my job

Turns out we all have a tendency to overestimate or underestimate our abilities.

transformation: how to deal with self-delusion

"Take the dog out for a quick walk. He’s not thrilled with the brisk temperature, but I am."

best practices: felix del toro's ideal morning routine

My current state is controlled terror. Going to need practice. Lots of practice.

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"I find in some ways, it's just a lot more relaxing. I don't have anything to prove."

profile: chon noriega, 56, academic, los angeles

"A client once called me a mad word scientist, and I wear that with considerable pride."

profile: anthony shore, 50, namer, san francisco

"I can take a risk that maybe younger people shouldn't be taking."

profile: francine coeytaux, 64, women's health, los angeles

We received this remarkable story from Kemper York, and just had to publish it.

recommendations: love at twilight in the digital age

One of the most intensely alive experiences I have ever had was in the bush in Africa.

travel: the 8,000 square mile wonder  of ruaha national park, tanzania

For every pair sold, another pair is distributed to a New York homeless shelter.

sponsored: give your underwear drawer the refresh it deserves

Thanks to The Fine Line for this delicious new recipe.

food: medicinal mushroom pizza from magdalena wszelaki

Seriously, summer is coming and you know you need protection from the UV.

gear: the official ageist hat is now back in stock

Australia's Renaissance magazine, with models all over 40, is our new favorite publication.

culture: an exploration of the beauty in aging

As von Keyserling wrote, "The shortest path to oneself leads around the world."

travel: the expat life increases sense of self

Keep it Chic is smart, of the moment, and done by a real pro.

career: preston davis is keeping it chic with her fashion site

James Slusser's app helps you build a better breakfast bowl.

"There's not a lot of brands that are embracing this aging thing the way we are."

profile: sue cowie, 61, digital publications founder, los angeles

"My goal is to have a photo in every room and office everywhere in the world."

profile: pierre vudrag, 54, startup founder, los angeles

"You have to know what is important to you in order to make your life pleasant."

profile: yazemeenah rossi, 62, model/photographer, malibu

"I can't fathom not wanting to learn for the rest of my life."

profile: felix del toro, 51, chief merchandise/design officer, la

"I was self taught. I asked a lot of questions and had other people help along the way."

profile: magnus walker, 50, porsche customizer, los angeles

Jocelyn Beaudoin, profiled last year, is one of the new faces of Milk Makeup.

shout out: one of our very own is having quite a run as a model

"Some of the very wisest people of any age that I know are perennially curious."

inspiration: challenging wisdom, embracing curiosity

Silicon Valley's Revance teams up with Mylan to make a bio-similar product.

culture: botox gets a competitor in the cosmetic market

Companies are being awarded for integrating and championing older workers.

career: the benefits of a mixed-age workforce

Annabelle Gurwitch on the "astonishing" book that she hasn't started writing yet.

career: ode to the awesomeness of procrastination

It isn't dangerous like some folks think. And, no, you will not turn into the Hulk.

longevity: why lifting weights is perfectly fine

The complex of seven interconnected rooms opened in mid-February.

travel: rené redzepi's noma in copenhagen

These things have the power to move our thinking. The clothes aren't bad either.

fashion: dior and the pet shop boys owning it

Isabella Rossellini will return (21 years after she was dropped) as the face of Lancôme

culture: hats off to this mega cosmetics company

The first incarnations of the future of medicine are already here.

longevity: wearable tech diagnosing diabetes

Mark Bradford's "New Works" is on display at Hauser Wirth & Schimmel.

culture: a native son returns to los angeles

The 61-year-old CEO of BenevolentBio is leading the way to curing 8,000 diseases.

career: jackie hunter and artificial intelligence on the hunt for cures

My keynote, a new assistance robot, and the effects of loneliness.

technology: himss 2018 conference review

A rare cruise ship vacation that we are totally into.

travel: nat geo expeditions in antarctica

Like a lot of people our age, we have a certain passion for art books.

culture: los angeles zine and art book bazaar