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Marie Elium spent 10 years as a newspaper reporter in Virginia and Ohio before switching to freelance writing when her two children were young. The kids are now Millennials, but writing continues to be one of her favorite endeavors. Marie was named editor of Northeast Ohio Boomer and Beyond magazine in November 2015 and is a graduate of Miami University. Marie can be reached at [email protected]

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Like Movies? Here are a Few Adult Films (Not That Kind) You’ll Probably Enjoy

Arts & Entertainment Magazine Pop Culture September/October 2018 Things to do
Sure, it's fun to see car chases and buff superheroes on the big screen, but when fall arrives so do movies with a bit more substance. Here's a rundown of films coming to local theaters that appeal to our inner (and outer) grownup. ...
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Boomer Choice Awards Highlight Region’s Best

Magazine Resources September/October 2018
Isn’t it nice to know what other seasoned NEO residents consider to be the best restaurants, parks and broadcasters in town? Think you know which ones came out on top? See how your favorites compare. ...
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Hartville Potato Chips; Creating a Family Legacy One Salty Bite at a Time

Featured Food & Nutrition Magazine September/October 2018
Robb got into the chip business by what he acknowledges was a naïve confidence in a crowded market. The Akron native came of age when the area had four or five chip factories and more than 20 that distributed chips in the region. ...
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High School Reunion Reflections; A Look Back to the Future

Editor's Note Magazine Relationships September/October 2018
With each glance and conversation, I flew through a virtual time machine, zipping between 2018 and 1978 as middle-aged faces seamlessly dissolved into teenage grins. It was thrilling and unnerving and perfect. ...
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Discover Your Next Chapter with Encore Cleveland

Magazine September/October 2018 Volunteerism Work & Retirement

Whether you’re a grandparent, the face of retirement is changing. Many of us nearing the end of or already retired from our primary careers want to remain active and engaged in the community.

Retirement today isn’t defined by idle time; it’s an opportunity to experiment with a second act, whether volunteering, working part-time or turning a hobby into a small business. Everyone benefits — both those who stay active and socially engaged in retirement as well as their communities that are made better from their expertise, time and passion.

A Second Chance, a Second Calling

That’s the idea behind Encore Cleveland, launched in 2013 by the Cleveland Foundation to connect and fund a network of organizations that match experienced Greater Clevelanders with an array of meaningful opportunities in the community.

“Looking at the data, 30 percent of the Cuyahoga County population will be age 55 or older by 2030,” says Kathy Hallissey, Cleveland Foundation program director, leadership development. “These people have decades of career experience and knowledge under their belts. What if we could harness their time and talent to fill needs in the community? That’s what Encore Cleveland aims to do.”

Encore Cleveland programs — offered through more than nine nonprofit partners — include volunteer positions, paid positions and educational programs to help Greater Clevelanders discover their next chapter.

How does a one-day volunteer project sound? Or a paid fellowship at a nonprofit organization? Or maybe you want to learn how to launch your own business.

Encore Cleveland offers something for everyone. Get to know the opportunities available through Encore Cleveland and find one that fits your interests and schedule. To learn more, visit, call 216-391-9032 or email [email protected]

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Wanted: Reading Tutors

Grandparenting Magazine September/October 2018 Volunteerism
“Students make progress from the personal academic assistance as well as the relationship that develops with their tutor. Volunteers benefit by being able to share their enjoyment of reading and their life experiences in order to make a difference in a child’s life.” ...
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Boomer Bash East 2018 – Let Us Entertain You

Latest News Things to do Uncategorized
We're big on entertainment here at Boomer and Beyond magazine. So, naturally, our Boomer Bash 2018 at Landerhaven will have plenty of singing and dancing to keep things lively. ...
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ideastream Celebrates Blossom’s 50th Anniversary with a New TV Production

Arts & Entertainment Fun Outdoors
Jimmy Buffett, one of the most popular artists to play at the venue over the decades, recalls the first-ever organized conga line that happened during his hit song, “Volcano.” “The ushers were not ready for the Parrot Heads, I don’t think. They couldn’t quite figure out when people started getting up and this line started snaking through.” ...
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