WHO ARE YOU?  Getting to know Steve Errante, local conductor for Wilmington Symphony Orchestra   by Rene’ Leister, LOL co-publisher

WHO ARE YOU? Getting to know Steve Errante, local conductor for Wilmington Symphony Orchestra by Rene’ Leister, LOL co-publisher

  We caught up with Dr. Steven Errante, conductor of the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra. What we already know: He lives in Wilmington with  his wife Sandy, who is the founder and director of the Girls’ Choir of  Wilmington and owner of Kindermusik with Sandy Errante. Their two  daughters are in college. Let’s get to know him a […]

Tech Picks for 2016: From T.V.’s to Smartphones, Check Out Newbies From the Tech World

by Gary M. Kaye, LOL contributing writer, www.tech50plus.com New breakthrough technologies. Many of the best products of the year represented improvements on already existing products or form factors. Regardless of whether or not they were intentionally designed with the 50-plus market in mind, many re well-suited to us. To pick the best in each category we looked […]

Technology Through Our Eyes: Robert Reich on Social Media and the 2016 Campaign

By Gary M. Kaye, Chief Content Officer Tech50+ (www.tech50plus.com) Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich is one of the nation’s foremost political economists.  Now a professor at the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California at Berkeley, he writes extensively about issues regarding income inequality.  His latest book, “Saving Capitalism: For the Many, […]

The View from Qualcomm Life’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. James Mault

By Gary M. Kaye, Chief Content Officer, Tech50+ (www.tech50plus.com) Few, if any, companies are making more of an investment in connected healthcare than Qualcomm Life. The division of the chip maker best known for its smartphone technology is developing new products within the company, while also making major investments in related firms, particularly startups. We […]

hello, dolly! Goodbye dollars… by EE Rickey, LOL contributor

  The next time any readers are near Nashville, Tenn., slip over to nearby Franklin and go to the American Girl Doll store at the Cool Springs Mall. Ask for Karen. She is a retired teacher—and it’s apparent when askng questions about the doll. My wife and I received quite the education about the dolls […]

DISSECTING THE AMERICAN DREAM: Thalian Association opens 2016 with ‘Death of a Salesman’ by J. Carver, LOL contributing editor

  In 2016 Thalian Association will be tackling the American Dream. Their first show of the year will be the 1949 Pulitzer Prize- and Tony-winning “Death of a Salesman,” written by Arthur Miller. Though 67 years old, its themes of stability and happiness, reality and illusion, seemingly never fade. Such will be magnified in April […]