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New philosophy, new name

By Times Staff
Published September 26, 2006


Say goodbye to an old friend - but hello to a new one.

For the past several months, we've been changing Seniority. We've added several features, moved some familiar ones and dropped a few whose time had passed.

We want to reflect the enormous shift in the way Americans are living in their later years. They are working more, learning more, traveling more, doing more than ever, with all the joys and complications you'd expect. Being a "senior" - whatever age you presume that to be - is still an achievement, but it is no longer a rare distinction.

As we continue to enhance the magazine, we're changing its name, too, to better serve you.

So, goodbye, Seniority.

On Oct. 31, look for the first Life Times: Living Well After 50.

- ROBERT N. JENKINS

[Last modified September 26, 2006, 09:33:18]


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