Lifestyles

PEOPLE: There goes the judge

Sep 19th, 2018 | By
PEOPLE: There goes the judge

Frank Dacca, 70, is hanging up his robe as a Pierce County District Court judge. Dacca announced he won’t run for re-election this fall for the seat he has held since 2004. Raised on his parents’ vegetable farm in Fife, Dacca graduated from Fife High School and the University of Washington and served in the
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On guard against physical attacks and thieves

Sep 6th, 2018 | By
On guard against physical attacks and thieves

Seniors may be statistically less likely to be the victim of a violent crime than younger age groups, but the fallout of a violent crime against a senior can be much more devastating. Reaction times are reduced as we age, and seniors may not have optimal health, so a physical attack can take longer to
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BOOKS: We all live (again) in a ‘Yellow Submarine’

Aug 21st, 2018 | By
BOOKS: We all live (again) in a ‘Yellow Submarine’

Fifty years ago, The Beatles set off on a magical musical and cinematic journey with their 1968 film “Yellow Submarine.” And now two anniversary book editions are letting fans of all ages experience the journey again or for the first time. “Yellow Submarine” and “Yellow Submarine: A Panorama Pop-Up” were released by Candlewick Press (candlewick.com)
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Get into gardening without letting it get the best of you

Aug 7th, 2018 | By

  Gardening is one of those activities that is low-impact, reduces stress, and improves your overall health and well-being. It is, however, possible to overdo it and strain muscles, joints and even end up with lightheadedness. There are some quick and simple ways to enjoy your gardening tasks without taxing your body too much, giving
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