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  • In Search of the Big One

    In Search of the Big One

    By Chris Wirszyla, LOL Writer My father had a 28’ 1958 Harker’s Island Cabin Cruiser, slept six, while we grew up on Long Island. It was a beautiful wooden boat, with memories that have lasted a lifetime. He named it Kateri Tekakwitha, after an Indian Saint, and also called it the Full House, as we […]

  • Lending a Helping Hand: The Help Center at Federal Point

    Lending a Helping Hand: The Help Center at Federal Point

    By Teresa A. McLamb, LOL Team Writer It’s early on a sunny Tuesday morning on Pleasure Island and five ladies in their 60s busily organize and shelve food in two small rooms in the Carolina Beach Recreation Center. About 8:45 a.m., a young woman knocks on the door and slowly looks in. “Are you distributing […]

  • International Volunteers Wanted: Speak English and Enjoy Spain

    International Volunteers Wanted: Speak English and Enjoy Spain

    By Judy B. Smith, LOL Team Writer “Spanish will not be spoken here,” said the manager from Vaughan Systems, an English language education company in Madrid, Spain. The woman was a small-framed, perky Spanish lady who spoke impeccable English. She was orienting a new group of English-speaking volunteers who had just arrived in Madrid to […]

  • A Swimming Success: The Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center

    A Swimming Success: The Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center

    By Carol Ross, LOL Team Writer It’s winter here in southeastern North Carolina and a very vulnerable time for sea turtles, especially the younger and smaller of the various species that are common to our coastal waters. Normally sea turtles are fairly common in this area during the warmer months of the year, but often […]

  • Three Chances at Romance: A Guide to Wining and Dining Your Valentine by Debra Blake Ocock

    Three Chances at Romance: A Guide to Wining and Dining Your Valentine by Debra Blake Ocock

    On this special day of romance, which just happens to fall on a Saturday this year, why not treat your sweetheart to a special day of wining and dining. Whether you go all out and prepare three special meals, or choose just one, you are sure to score points and please their palate. After breakfast […]

Google Searches for Better Health

Google Searches for Better Health

By Gary M. Kaye, Chief Content Officer, Tech50+ (www.tech50plus.com)   Health is a major concern for just about everyone I know. And Google says that’s reflected among its users. The company says one in 20 Google searches is health-related. With that in mind, now, when you ask Google about common health conditions (over 400 at […]

Will Apple Health Be Steve Jobs’ Most Enduring Legacy?

By Gary M. Kaye, Chief Content Officer, Tech50+ (www.tech50plus.com) So everyone made a really big deal out of the launch of the Apple Watch.  And much was made of the various versions ranging in price from a substantial $349 all the way up to an outrageous $1700.  Why someone would want to spend so much […]

The Airline Model for Health Care Monitoring

By Gary M. Kaye Chief Content Officer, Tech50+ (www.tech50plus.com) Imagine for a moment a brand new $100,000,000  hospital currently being built in the Midwest.  It will be staffed by hundreds of fully qualified doctors and nurses.  But it will have no beds.  That doesn’t mean it will not have patients.  It will have thousands of […]

New Ways to Capture the World Around You

By Gary M. Kaye, Chief Content Officer, Tech50+ (www.tech50plus.com) In recent years, the rapid advance of digital technologies has revolutionized the way we can capture images of the world around us. First digital photography made film obsolete. And now to a large extent smartphones have made point and shoot cameras obsolete. And while some segments […]

LOL Book Review

LOL Book Review

By Janet Oliver, Librarian, New Hanover County Public Library “It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light and winter in the shade” (Charles Dickens). As the wind blows the old out and the new in this month, I want […]

Scallops are soi·gné !

Scallops are soi·gné !

By Barbara Baker, LOL Writer Ingredients: 1 bunch of asparagus or a packet of cleaned and diced butternut squash, or maybe baby Bella (Portabella) mushrooms, a delicately flavored in season vegetable you enjoy, laid out on a sprayed pan ready to go into a 450 degree oven. 2 cups cooked instant brown rice, keep warm. […]

Beef Stew vs. Beef Bourguignon

Beef Stew vs. Beef Bourguignon

By Debra Blake Ocock, LOL Team Writer Hopefully, we are wrapping up the last few weeks of winter, but it’s still an ideal time to pull out the crock pot and make up a pot of hearty beef stew for one of the last cold spells of the season. Or maybe it would make a […]

Clybourne Park

Clybourne Park

By Tom Pechar, LOL Writer March 19-22 at Thalian Hall Tickets: www.thalian.org or 632-2285 Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun was a game changing production when it opened on Broadway in 1959, examining race in America through the eyes of the Younger family, African-American and newly minted homeowners in a white community. Real estate […]

On Screen Odyssey

On Screen Odyssey

By Claire K. Connelly, LOL Writer Most of us at some point have anxiously waited for the circus or carnival to come to our town or city or one nearby, counting the days until it arrived. Having a film crew in town to bring a filmmaker’s dream to life takes it all to a different […]