Cynthia Frohlichstein wants her tombstone to read: It’s never been boring. That sentiment is certainly reflected in her resumé, which runs the gamut from teacher, actress, model and travel writer to, most recently, author. And even at 83, the retired St. Louis native continues to write child…

For James Buford, leading the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis isn’t a job—it’s a movement. And after 28 years of nurturing and growing that movement, the president and CEO of the local chapter will retire in May 2013. But he already has big plans for staying involved in the National U…

At some point, most of us will need help as we age. That help may be found in nursing homes or assisted-living facilities; however, ‘aging in place’ is becoming an increasingly popular model for ensuring the elderly receive appropriate assistive services in their own homes.