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Edibles To Plant In July

Okra A staple of Southern cuisine, okra originated in Africa and is related to the hibiscus (which accounts for its beautiful flowers). It's often...

What’s Flowering in July

Bird of Paradise Bird of paradise is a striking tropical plant known for its eye-catching orange and blue flowers. The uniquely shaped flowers are said to...

AS THE TIDE RISES……

Every state has its natural perils. The Sunshine State is known as the lightning capital of the country and the most hurricane-prone state in the nation. We have...

Lifestyles After 50 JULY 2018 Editions

Welcome to another great issue of Lifestyles After 50! The ultimate resource for entertainment, travel, finance, retirement living, games, giveaways and more for active...

Social Security News

June 3: National Cancer Survivors Day We observe National Cancer Survivors Day on the first Sunday in June. It’s a day to recognize those who have beat the disease...

Happy Birthday to those born in June!

June Birthdays include President Donald Trump (turning 72), Vice President Mike Pence (turning 59) and former President George H. W. Bush (turning 94).         May’s flower is: Rose May’s birthstone is: Pearl

Boundaries

By RANDAL C. HILL Veteran actor Christopher Plummer likely had a good chuckle over his recent obituary on a Facebook page. Not to worry, Plummer fans. The veteran actor—a...

Summer Corn: How Sweet It Is

By JENNA LEE REEVES Sweet corn is one of summer’s favorite culinary delights. Served fresh, its tender kernels snap open to release sweet nutrition including Vitamins A...

Hot Flash: Menopause The Musical is coming to Tampa

By TERRI BRYCE REEVES TAMPA -- Bring your boas, tiaras, waterproof mascara and hand-held fans -- it’s going to be a rip-roaring gals’ night out (although men are very...

We’d Like To Hear Your Story

READER CONTEST We’d like to hear your Irma-cane story. Were there any lessons to be learned from Hurricane Irma? Have your hurricane plans and preparations...