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Crow's Feet Podcast
Crow's Feet Podcast
Crow's Feet

Getting older is not for the faint-hearted, but aging also brings wisdom and humor, a finely-tuned perspective on life. In the Crow's... more

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A Crow's Feet Extra: On the front lines of kidney miracles

Here's a companion piece to our latest episode featuring a kidney donor in her fifties and a two-time kidney recipient.... more

19 Jul 2024 · 6 minutes
Demystifying the Myths Behind Being a Kidney Donor (Hint: Age isn’t a factor)

Kidney disease is a silent killer that affects more people than breast and prostate cancer. While fatal for many, others... more

10 Jul 2024 · 27 minutes
Finally Celebrated: Esther Newton’s Journey from Outlier to LGBTQ+ Icon

A fitting quest for Pride Month, Esther Newton's personal and professional struggles mirror sixty years of LGBTQ+ history. In the... more

26 Jun 2024 · 28 minutes
The Book of Dads – A Crow’s Feet Tribute to Father’s Day

Forget the necktie and the tool box. Our gift to you this Father’s Day is a book…The Book of Dads,... more

12 Jun 2024 · 30 minutes
Memorial Day: A Solemn Salute to Those Who Sacrificed for Our Freedom

Memorial Day is a solemn day of remembrance dedicated to honoring and mourning the military personnel who have died in... more

22 May 2024 · 18 minutes
A Bouquet of Mother's Day Memories from a Grateful Generation

Each of us has a unique narrative about our mothers. They can be positive,negative, and everything in between.In this episode,... more

08 May 2024 · 26 minutes
Aging Artfully – How Painting, Writing, and Other Creative Pursuits Can Transform Your Later Years

Grandma Moses started painting seriously at 78. Norman Maclean published his first novel, A River Runs Through It, at 74.... more

24 Apr 2024 · 28 minutes
Lyn Slater, the Accidental Icon, Reinvents Herself

At 61, Lyn Slater, a seasoned social welfare professional and social work academic at Fordham University, combined her passions for... more

10 Apr 2024 · 28 minutes
Where Will You Call Home? Housing Options for Elders and Their Loved Ones

Join host Jan M Flynn in conversation with Kira Reginato as they explore the issue of where it makes the... more

27 Mar 2024 · 38 minutes
Alicia Littman: Never Too Late To Dream

Meet Alicia Littman, the quintessential New Yorker, constantly reinventing herself and, at 82, star of her own one-woman cabaret show,... more

13 Mar 2024 · 23 minutes
Meet a piano virtuoso/shrink/caterer and poet who never stopped starting over

Creating a vibrant, satisfying experience of aging sometimes means reinventing ourselves: taking on a new profession, pursuing a long-held dream,... more

28 Feb 2024 · 27 minutes
Are You Ever Too Old to Be Open to Love?

Join psychologists and seasoned relationship experts Drs. Gloria Horsley and Frank Powers sharing insights from their new book Open to... more

14 Feb 2024 · 31 minutes
Meet the 62-year old Inventor/Playwright/DNA expert fighting for justice

Join host Jan M. Flynn in conversation with Dr. Greg Hampikian, founder of the Idaho Innocence Project and one of... more

24 Jan 2024 · 28 minutes
The Human Face of Dementia – A Filmmaker Shares Music, Art, Love, and Hope

Dementia is one of the greatest fears of people today and a growing problem worldwide. Yet many people avoid talking... more

09 Jan 2024 · 36 minutes
Our holiday card in sound from the many voices of Crow's Feet

The holidays mean more as you look back on a long life. So we asked our readers and listeners what... more

26 Dec 2023 · 24 minutes
A Well-Lived Life: Insights Into the Secrets of Aging Into Health

Aging into health is an idea that centerarian Dr. Gladys McGarey knows well. For more than six decades, "Dr. Gladys"... more

13 Dec 2023 · 26 minutes
A Hospice Doctor Pulls Back The Curtain on A Better Way To Go

November is a time for gratitude and remembrance — and it's also National Hospice and Palliative Care Month. It's a... more

22 Nov 2023 · 35 minutes
A Salute in Sound to The Veterans Who Fought to Ensure Our Way of Life

Our nations Veteran’s have gone above and beyond to ensure the freedom of the United States and its Allies. In... more

08 Nov 2023 · 21 minutes
Witches, Bitches, and Geezers: Hollywood Horror Stereotypes of Aging with Cynthia Miller

Villains and victims, evil witches and vengeful scourges—at the movies, getting old is scary business. It also generates big business... more

25 Oct 2023 · 24 minutes
Fit & Fabulous at 97, Meet Elaine LaLanne, wife of "Godfather of Fitness" Jack LaLanne

It wasn't 'love at first sight' for Elaine LaLanne, when she met Jack LaLanne, the "Godfather of Fitness." In fact,... more

11 Oct 2023 · 25 minutes
Can Our Minds Makes Us Younger? Yes, says a renowned Harvard Psychologist

Professor Ellen Langer, better known as "the mother of mindfulness,” spent the better part of her 45-year career challenging widely-held... more

27 Sep 2023 · 28 minutes
Older Workers Rock: Janine Vanderburg Combats Ageism in the Workplace

Thinking about returning to work, “working in retirement,” or launching an encore career? Ever experienced ageism in the workplace, felt... more

13 Sep 2023 · 32 minutes
Candi Milo: The Voice That Launched a Thousand Cartoons

You know her as Granny from Space Jam 2, Dexter from Dexter’s Laboratory and memorable characters from decades of TV... more

23 Aug 2023 · 32 minutes
Bringing the Sacred into Your Everyday Life with Barbara Biziou

A spiritual alignment coach, motivational speaker, and global ritual expert, Barbara Biziou believes rituals can help us connect with one... more

09 Aug 2023 · 27 minutes
Patricia Ross: Pianist, Photographer & Psychotherapist on What She’s Learned at 84

A child prodigy on the piano, music gave Patricia Ross refuge from a chaotic home. In this episode, Ross tells... more

26 Jul 2023 · 28 minutes
Growing From Loss:  Bereavement Counselor Lenore Guido on The Journey Through Grief to Healing

Join host Jan M. Flynn in conversation with Lenore Guido, Bereavement Coordinator for a New Jersey hospice program, who has... more

12 Jul 2023 · 33 minutes
Sylvia Mackey, Widow of an NFL Legend, Honors the Love of Her Life -- and Makes the World a Better Place

Her famous husband thinks he's signing autographs when being admitted to the ER. He runs from airport security as if... more

28 Jun 2023 · 26 minutes
Real Life-Changing Magic: When Older Adults and Teens Actually, Like, Connect

What if there were a way to get your teen grandkids to put down their phones and talk to you?... more

14 Jun 2023 · 29 minutes
A 68-year old Former Rockette is a Youngster in This Chorus Line

The New Florida Follies Proves That People Of All Ages Can Put on a Show. Artistic director and choreographer Cheryl... more

24 May 2023 · 17 minutes
Caregiver Confessions: Bobbi Carducci Gets Real About the Challenges and Rewards of Caring for a Loved One

Host Betsy Allen talks with Bobbi Carducci, Certified Caregiving Consultant, author, educator, and caregiver advocate, about caring for Rodger, her... more

10 May 2023 · 27 minutes
Boobs, Belligerence & Belly Laughs from Amy Sea

“I never planned on doing this in my 50s,” says humor writer Amy Sea about Breast Stories, her online publication... more

19 Apr 2023 · 16 minutes
Did You Know Some People Ride Their Bicycles Across the United States?

Listen to the riveting story of how a passionate cyclist, at 70 years old, tackled the grueling challenge of riding... more

05 Apr 2023 · 22 minutes
Meet the Award-Winning Filmmaker Whose Stars Are Elders

Host Jan M Flynn talks with Sky Bergman, a filmmaker raised in an intergenerational household where she developed a lifelong... more

22 Mar 2023 · 19 minutes
Don't Sweat It! Staying Physically Fit Doesn't Have To Be Painful or Unpleasant. Just Move.

In this rollicking episode, physical therapist Brittany Denis joins host Melinda Blau, a self-confessed exercise avoider. Denis, who admits she... more

08 Mar 2023 · 27 minutes
Wait! Don’t Sign Away Your House: Meet Orrin Onken, author and retired elder law attorney

Orrin Onken is an author of mystery novels, a collection of essays, and a regular contributor to Crow’s Feet on... more

22 Feb 2023 · 29 minutes
Real Happiness, Loving Sex -- You May Be Surprised How Satisfying Your 80s Can Be

“The group most satisfied with sex are women in their 80’s,” says Katharine Esty, PhD and author of ‘Eighty-Somethings: A... more

08 Feb 2023 · 30 minutes
Why Older People Are Happier and More Creative: An interview with author Priscilla Long

“Conventional wisdom is that when you get old, you get old and lonely, old and sad, old and isolated, old... more

25 Jan 2023 · 29 minutes
My Old Ladies: How Women in Their 90s & 100s Inspire Me

Award-winning author Melinda Blau talks with Crow’s Feet writer Warren Turner about the women she calls her “old ladies,” people... more

11 Jan 2023 · 24 minutes
Losing Her Way and Finding Herself on a Spanish Pilgrimage: An elder walks the Camino de Santiago de Compostela

Mary Louisa Cappelli was already in great shape, hiking five miles a day regularly. When she decided to walk the... more

14 Dec 2022 · 26 minutes
Everybody Wants to be Heard: Judah Leblang's journey to write, connect, and cope with hearing loss

When he was younger, Judah Leblang formed a special bond with his Uncle Jerry through a shared struggle—striving to be... more

09 Nov 2022 · 28 minutes
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Everybody Wants to be Heard: Judah Leblang's journey to write, connect, and cope with hearing loss
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When he was younger, Judah Leblang formed a special bond with his Uncle Jerry through a shared struggle—striving to be something they... more