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Published: Sunday, November 10, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Vitality: Stories for your next 50 years

  • Art and Verdie Sather have been married more than 70 years.

    Mark Mulligan / The Herald

    Art and Verdie Sather have been married more than 70 years.

How does a 70-year marriage begin? How can a daughter replace her parents' home while still honoring their legacy? How does travel make you a better person?
In this issue of Vitality, our magazine for those over 50, we have answers to those questions and more.
Life changes as you age -- and we are telling the stories of people who are making sure it changes for the best.
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