Col. Arnald Gabriel is rushing off to conduct in Chicago, Miami, and in several other cities this March. You’d never know he is almost 87 – he looks 60.
In addition to a tux and other items, he packs his favorite baton. It’s light, made from balsa wood, and he chose it because it balances [...]Continue Reading →
Rush here, rush there. Most of us have no time for mistakes. My GPS said, “keep left, keep left.” And I believed it – and whizzed past the exit for Route 1 that would take me to Old Town Alexandria, VA near DC. Then I saw a sign – “National Harbor” – and wondered, does [...]Continue Reading →
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Our Community by the numbers
49% of American adults are single
31 million + live alone
28% of U.S. households are solo
17 million female solo households
14 million male solo households
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Bella DePaulo's blog for Psychology Today, "the truth about singlism..." News, analysis, facts, and stories about being single in America
Great books on singlehood
"Singlism," by Bella DePaulo, DoubleDoor Books. 2011
"Going Solo," by Eric Klinenberg,The Penguin Press, 2012
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