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Holiday 2017 Issue

The new issue is in the mail and at local businesses! Holiday 2017 Issue   OutLook by the Bay publishes 17,000 copies per issue, mailing 12,000 to targeted households with an additional 5,000 distributed throughout the Bay area at the following locations: doctors’ offices, hospitals, senior centers, real estate offices, bookstores, health and fitness centers, tennis […]

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Fall 2017 Issue

The new issue is in the mail and at local businesses! Fall 2017 Issue OutLook by the Bay publishes 17,000 copies per issue, mailing 12,000 to targeted households with an additional 5,000 distributed throughout the Bay area at the following locations: doctors’ offices, hospitals, senior centers, real estate offices, bookstores, health and fitness centers, tennis clubs, […]

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Summer 2017 Issue

The new issue is in the mail and at local businesses! Summer 2017 Issue   OutLook by the Bay publishes 17,000 copies per issue, mailing 12,000 to targeted households with an additional 5,000 distributed throughout the Bay area at the following locations: doctors’ offices, hospitals, senior centers, real estate offices, bookstores, health and fitness centers, tennis […]

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Spring 2017 Issue

The new issue is in the mail and at local businesses! Spring 2017 Issue   OutLook by the Bay publishes 17,000 copies per issue, mailing 12,000 to targeted households with an additional 5,000 distributed throughout the Bay area at the following locations: doctors’ offices, hospitals, senior centers, real estate offices, bookstores, health and fitness centers, tennis […]

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Early Spring 2017 Issue

The new issue is in the mail and at local businesses! Early Spring 2017 Issue OutLook by the Bay publishes 17,000 copies per issue, mailing 12,000 to targeted households with an additional 5,000 distributed throughout the Bay area at the following locations: doctors’ offices, hospitals, senior centers, real estate offices, bookstores, health and fitness centers, tennis […]

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Winter 2017 Issue

The new issue is in the mail and at local businesses!   Winter 2017 Issue OutLook by the Bay publishes 17,000 copies per issue, mailing 12,000 to targeted households with an additional 5,000 distributed throughout the Bay area at the following locations: doctors’ offices, hospitals, senior centers, real estate offices, bookstores, health and fitness centers, tennis […]

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Holiday 2016 Issue

The new issue is in the mail and at local businesses! Holiday 2016 Issue OutLook by the Bay publishes 17,000 copies per issue, mailing 12,000 to targeted households with an additional 5,000 distributed throughout the Bay area at the following locations: doctors’ offices, hospitals, senior centers, real estate offices, bookstores, health and fitness centers, tennis clubs, […]

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Fall 2016 Issue

The new issue is in the mail and at local businesses! Fall 2016 OutLook by the Bay publishes 17,000 copies per issue, mailing 12,000 to targeted households with an additional 5,000 distributed throughout the Bay area at the following locations: doctors’ offices, hospitals, senior centers, real estate offices, bookstores, health and fitness centers, tennis clubs, various […]

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Summer 2016 Issue

The new issue is in the mail and at local businesses! OutLook by the Bay publishes 17,000 copies per issue, mailing 12,000 to targeted households with an additional 5,000 distributed throughout the Bay area at the following locations: doctors’ offices, hospitals, senior centers, real estate offices, book stores, health and fitness centers, tennis clubs, various social […]

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Dear Vicki

Dear Vicki In Sickness and in Health I worry too much, especially about medical problems. This seems to be getting worse as I age, but I think I have good reason to fret. Friends are coming down with terrible illnesses and spouses are dying! What can I do right now to prepare for a health […]

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It’s Never too Late to Put a Plan in Place for Your Parents

It’s Never too Late to Put a Plan in Place for Your Parents By Leah Lancione Nobody likes talking about it, but if you are a baby boomer whose parents are still living, there’s no time like the present to set up a plan to ensure their quality of life is maintained to the very […]

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Ask the Undertaker

ASK THE UNDERTAKER Welcome to a Remembrance Tribute “…I do not care what happens to this body. It is simply an empty house. And I do not need a grave for my family to visit and pay homage. My mother was buried in 1982. I have not been to her grave five times. She knew […]

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And the Scams Go On

And the Scams Go On By M. Smith This week I found myself scammed. I thought I was reasonably savvy about such things. Usually I don’t even answer the phone in my house unless I know the caller is known. As we are planning a trip to Quebec City in the near future, I answered […]

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Bay Reflections: Silo or Share

Silo or Share? By Nancy Lincoln Reynolds Recently I had a conversation with a young man who works in security research. His words suggested to me a correlation between cyber and personal vulnerability, while he was articulating an awareness of feeling unusually emotional. He described himself as having too much “attack surface.” I had to […]

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Recording a Life

Recording A Life For the Not-so-Computer Savvy By Penelope Folsom You’ve lived all these years. You’ve had all those wonderful and maybe not so wonderful experiences. You’ve tried to share your history and your stories, but they don’t seem that interested – yet. In the 1950s I had the opportunity to visit my grandparents in […]

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NEA Big Read Returns to Annapolis

NEA Big Read Returns to Annapolis By Ellen Moyer For the second time, The National Endowment for the Arts has chosen a community group in Annapolis for a partnership grant in the Big Read Program. The NEA was founded by Congress in 1965 to provide leadership in arts education and to promote projects for artistic […]

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What Does Mary Say?

WHAT DOES MARY SAY? Dear Mary, My cousin takes care of her mother who has dementia. She has several siblings in the area, but none of them help her and they are always telling her that her mother is OK and that she’s making a big deal out of nothing. My aunt still drives and […]

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Listening Well, Connecting Well

LISTENING WELL, CONNECTING WELL By Dr. Jim David I am writing this at the Chautauqua Institute which is a haven for adventurous life-long learners. The institute seamlessly blends time for education, recreation, spirituality and the arts. The soul of Chautauqua (www.ciweb.org) is sharing with others who may or may not share your perspective. Listening well […]

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A Look at Leonardtown

A Look At Leonardtown By Barbara Aiken Arriving in Leonardtown, one almost expects Sheriff Taylor to stroll up and say, “Howdy fella, nice day ain’t it?” This little nugget of a town is a delightful glimpse into the not-so-distant past of small town America. Like Mayberry in the popular television show of the 1960s, this […]

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7 Loving Ways to Leave a Legacy

7 Loving Ways to Leave a Legacy By Victoria Duncan How will you be remembered? When you think of a legacy, you may envision a stately, brick building at our local hospital sporting the name of a well-heeled donor; a generous scholarship fund set up in memory of a lost loved one; or a recreational […]

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