Tom Wolfe: The Life and Times of a Revolutionary Storyteller

Tom Wolfe: The Life and Times of a Revolutionary Storyteller

Tom Wolfe at home, 2007. Mark Seliger Don’t touch the suit – anything but the suit! It was the fall of 1966, and Ken Kesey decided the time had come to spruce up Furthur, the refurbished, multicolored school bus that he and his Merry Pranksters had been using for...
The Tom Wolfe I Knew

The Tom Wolfe I Knew

I knew Tom for more than a half-century. I met him in 1962, when he joined the New York Herald Tribune as a general-assignment reporter. At that time, I was a general-assignment reporter at the Times, and often we’d cover the same story: events around New York, social...

How Emotions Linger After Memory Fails with Alzheimer’s

It’s an adage most of us have heard in one form or another: people might not remember what you said, but they’ll remember how you made them feel. This saying rings true for seniors living with dementia. A 2014 study at the University of Iowa found that even when older...
Harvey Weinstein Sexual Assault Allegations: A Timeline

Harvey Weinstein Sexual Assault Allegations: A Timeline

Harvey Weinstein marched into a New York police station on Friday morning and turned himself in. He was charged with rape and sexual abuse in cases involving two women; he surrendered his passport; and he was released on $1 million bail. The women who brought charges...
Strong Messages for Program Integrity Director

Strong Messages for Program Integrity Director

Providers shared their thoughts during AAHomecare’s Wednesday luncheon. By Liz Carey (May 25, 2018)—Documentation errors have long created costly issues for medical equipment providers and home health agencies, and many agree that much needs to be improved. But...