New Wrinkles: Panel Reflection

Barbara Smith, aging reporter for the Herald-Tribune and one of our panelists from the April 10th panel on Older Than Dirt, wrote a column response to topics discussed in our latest panel at FST discussing the dying process. Continue reading New Wrinkles: Panel Reflection

Changing Our Minds: The Dying Process

At our April 10th panel for Older Than Dirt, the audience brought up a great question regarding the legal responsibility patients have when facing death, and what happens when they change their mind. One of our panelists, Barbara Smith, who is a reporter at the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, recommended a great article by The New York Times discussing the decisions we make about the dying process and … Continue reading Changing Our Minds: The Dying Process

Dying in the Age of Choice

On April 10th, we had a panel for our cabaret Older Than Dirt entitled Everything You Wanted to Know About Death But Were Afraid to Ask. Below is an article written about the dying process by Dr. Kathy Black, who is a Professor of Aging Studies and Social Work at the University of South Florida, Sarasota – Manatee. Click the link below: Dying in the Age of Choice. Black … Continue reading Dying in the Age of Choice

Being “Creative Until You Die”

By Jordan Nickels | Older Than Dirt celebrates the ups and downs of aging, showing that you should never be ashamed of your age. Your age is just a number and for some, they never give retirement a second thought! The Hollywood Reporter recently did interviews with 10 Hollywood legends, all over 90 years old, in a series called Creative Until You Die. This project … Continue reading Being “Creative Until You Die”