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Dementia or not, listen to seniors when they speak

Apple+ TV’s “The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey” brings back bittersweet family members

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In my high school and college days, I’d go to the library and get lost in a Walter Mosley (or Langston Hughes) novel, entertained by opinionated elderly men that often reminded me of my grandfather. Occasionally there’d be a woman among the…

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Let’s chat about my oddball thoughts on family, relationships and activism — with a dose of comedy, too.

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