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September 28 -The mysterious life of Huguette Clark, dog park subculture, college town retirement, women's sexual health, and house hunters!
When heiress Huguette Clark died in 2011 at the age of 104, she left behind a fortune estimated at $300 million. Huguette was a recluse, shunning the limelight for the last half-century of her life, and for the final twenty years she lived in modest rooms at Beth Israel Hospital in New York City. Strangely enough, she was perfectly healthy. Huguette's mysterious life and scandalous death is the subject of Meryl Gordon's new book, The Phantom of Fifth Avenue.
The Dog Park
Matthew Gilbert is the author of Off The Leash and a TV critic for The Boston Globe. Matthew shares his reluctant journey into the dog park subculture, and his transformation into "one of those dog people."
We know that Florida and Arizona are popular retirement destinations. However, Sandy Block, the Senior Editor of Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine, explains why boomers looking for a fabulous spot to relocate should consider a college-town. Think concerts, free classes, season tickets to sporting events, and much more!
What about women's sexual health issues as we grow older? Painful sex after menopause is an all too common malady. Some women are reluctant to "go there," even with their doctors, and as a result they suffer in silence. Joining us to get this topic out in the open is Dr. Susan Kellogg-Spadt, a sexual health expert and OBGYN Professor at Drexel University in Philadelphia.
Jamie Merida is our go-to decorator for all seasons! In addition to being an award-winning international designer and the owner of Bountiful Casual Elegance in Easton Maryland, Jamie is now a featured decorator for the HGTV series House Hunters Renovation. Jamie gives us a peek behind the magic of HGTV!
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