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February 23, 1986 | JULIA BRAUN KESSLER
A mere upstart of 51, Ralph Schoenstein is already beginning to doubt Browning's assurance that "the best is yet to be." He worries about growing old. In this age-obsessed country, he figures, it can hardly turn out to be all song and dance. Thus, he sets out on a picaresque journey across America in search of his future.
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April 19, 1991 | STEVE EMMONS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Are you going to go?" asked one woman in the lobby at Regents Point, an upscale retirement home. "For a little bit," said the other woman. "It sounds weird to me." They walked into the assembly hall, where clumps of balloons decorated the portable dance floor and swing music poured from the ceiling speakers, then sat to the rear and waited.
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