Superstar Yo-Yo Ma, 10-time Grammy Award winner Arturo Sandoval, world renowned violin virtuoso Gil Shaham, famed ensemble Mariachi Los Camperos and Bugs Bunny are just …Read More
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Several universities have made inroads lately in educating students about senior living as a career path. Programs at Washington State University, the University of Southern…Read More
Honor, reflection and education: Those are the goals for a unique Southern Arizona living memorial that a group of local volunteers is spearheading for first…Read More
Innovation involving brain health, and intergenerational collaboration were key elements to the programs selected by Mather LifeWays Institute on Aging as winners of its annual…Read More
Mather Place was recently named a Silver winner in the 2017 Best of 55+ Housing Awards. Presented by the National Association of Home Builders’ 55+…Read More
Splendido residents donate truckload of clothing to homeless and at-risk veterans at Tucson Stand Down
The residents of Splendido have once again exhibited their extraordinary kindness and generosity by donating clothing for homeless and at-risk veterans attending the January 13-15,…Read More
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“NOTHING about Mather’s—More Than a Café looks as if it’s aimed at people over 50. But the Chicago cafe, which could easily be mistaken for a large Starbucks, is much more than that, serving as a community hub, mostly for older people, with dozens of classes…”
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