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  • Minimizing Expenses In Your 401K Plan

    Minimizing Expenses In Your 401K Plan

    By Ronald E. Copley, Phd, CFA Recently, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments for a lawsuit that involves an employee’s complaint that his 401k plan included overly expensive mutual funds in the choice of investment options. When it rules later this summer, the Court could require plans to include only the most cost-efficient funds […]

  • Be a Farmer! Start a Garden!

    Be a Farmer! Start a Garden!

    By Chris Wirszyla, LOL Team Writer I just spent the last hour of my life improving the next 40 years of my life! Frenetically scribbling eight pages of notes talking to Evan Folds, owner of Progressive Gardens (6005 Oleander Drive, Wilmington) boils down to this: Start a garden, do it the right way, get close […]

  • Yellowstone: Adventure, Animals, Awesome

    Yellowstone: Adventure, Animals, Awesome

    By Aaron & Janet Oliver, LOL Team Writers It takes words to describe Yellowstone, the first National Park; and yet as Theodore Roosevelt once wrote; “There are no words that can tell the hidden spirit of the wilderness, that can reveal its mystery, its melancholy and its charm.” Yellowstone is at times overwhelming, with its […]

  • 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 […]

Technology in Television

Gary M. Kaye, Chief Content Officer Tech50+ (www.tech50plus.com)   Black is Black, I Want My TV Back The year was 1966 when the group Los Bravos released the single “Black is Black”, which made it to the number four slot on the Billboard chart in the US. Now, just about fifty years later, this could […]

Crowdfunding Means We Can All Be Venture Capitalists

By Gary M. Kaye, Chief Content Officer Tech50+ (www.tech50plus.com) Crowdsourcing or Crowdfunding is fundamentally changing the way that new technology products are coming to market.  No longer does the maker or developer of a new product or service need to run around begging angel investors or jump through the hoops that traditional venture capitalists use to […]

MusicGlove Gives Stroke Victims a Hand

MusicGlove Gives Stroke Victims a Hand

By Gary M. Kaye Chief Content Officer, Tech50+ (www.tech50plus.com)   It’s always nice when music and science join forces.  A technology from Flint Rehabilitation Devices , the MusicGlove, uses sensors to help those who have suffered from strokes, spinal cord injuries, or even severe arthritis regain the movement in their hands.  MusicGlove works by using a […]

Sorting Through Net Neutrality

Gary M. Kaye, Chief Content Officer, Tech50+ (www.tech50plus.com) Back in the day when there was only one telephone company, AT&T, the Federal Communications Commission put the rules into effect making Ma Bell, as the monopoly was known, into a Common Carrier. That meant that AT&T had to pretty much allow anyone to connect to its […]

Clarity Ensemble – A High Tech Phone for Low Tech Seniors

By Gary M. Kaye, Chief Content Officer, Tech50+ (www.tech50plus.com) An Ambitious Effort Time and again I hear stories about seniors who are given great pieces of technology to help simplify their lives only to relegate them to a drawer or closet never to be heard from again.  The problem is that some of these devices that aim […]

Minimizing Expenses In Your 401K Plan

Minimizing Expenses In Your 401K Plan

By Ronald E. Copley, Phd, CFA Recently, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments for a lawsuit that involves an employee’s complaint that his 401k plan included overly expensive mutual funds in the choice of investment options. When it rules later this summer, the Court could require plans to include only the most cost-efficient funds […]

April LOL Book Review

April LOL Book Review

By Janet Oliver, Librarian, New Hanover County Public Library For most people on the coast, outdoor living is a lifestyle. The mild winters we observe here are very popular; less outerwear clothing, no snow shovels required and no worries about ice and snow for the most part. So when spring begins to sprout we find […]

Egg In A Hole

Egg In A Hole

By Barbara Hazle, LOL Writer Egg in a Hole is the new retro food re-trend! This recipe is getting air time on Food Network (via Ree Drummond) and page time among popular food magazines. Years ago, this was a family staple for breakfast, a coddled, mostly firm egg in a toast hole. But now Egg […]

Grilled Cheese and a Beer or a Combination of the Two

Grilled Cheese and a Beer or a Combination of the Two

By Debra Blake Ocock, LOL Team Writer April has much to offer when it comes to enjoying some classic comfort. April 7 is National Beer Day and April is National Grilled Cheese Month. Not sure about everyone else but both of those are some big favorites around my house; so let’s just make a meal […]

Catherine’s Chicken Pot Pie

Catherine’s Chicken Pot Pie

By Barbara Hazle, LOL Writer Spring is here, and soon enough we will be celebrating Easter, Passover and the longevity of warm days and balmy nights. Here is a quick and easy Chicken Pot Pie Recipe I acquired in 1984 from a woman named Catherine. It has the most delicious buttery crust and is easy […]