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According to the AARP, 51 percent of people over 75 live alone. Twenty-six percent face an increased risk of death due to
New York City moves fast and aspirations soar higher than skyscrapers. The philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre described it as a place for people who can focus to infinity and whenever he stopped walking quickly, he felt anxious.
Speaking at the first ever Tech Meetup at the White House and speaking from the same podium President Obama stands behind wasn't on my bucket list, but now I can add it and check it off.
When I attend social functions, people focus on my disability. No matter how hard I try to discuss the news or the hottest restaurant, people always revert back to my lack of sight. And at gay parties, people tend to ask more intimate questions.
Traveling alone may seem daunting, but its appeal is undeniable. Suddenly your schedule is just that -- yours. But with such freedom also comes great responsibility.
Andrew Shell started a local PHP group in his hometown of Madison, Wisconsin a few years back, not knowing that it would
Solo travel is one of the most transformative experiences we can plan in life. It leads us to new truths, helps form a resilient sense of self and can be wildly fulfilling.
Maybe its those adorable accents, the vibrant multicultural and metropolitan feel of the city or the lush greenery. Whatever it is, I have fallen in love with London.
1) Go to www.meetup.com/huffingtonpost/ Here are some simple ways to start a "Moment I Knew Meetup" where you are: That's
Amy Wallen, bestselling author of MoonPies & Movie Movie Stars and creator of NPR's DimeStories Joe Gressis, three-time Emmy
Let's imagine for a moment, that right now we're not nearing the end of 2010. Instead, we're wrapping up 2011 -- the year online organizers shot for the stars.
We would love to hear about your experiences at the Rally to Restore Sanity. Please send any pictures, videos or anecdotes about the event to us! We want your perspective!
Last Thursday HuffPost readers around the world gathered to discuss the week in news. As always, the editors at the HuffPost want to offer some suggestions for what you may want to discuss tonight.
Last week, hundreds of HuffPost readers met up to discuss the news in various different locations around the world. This week, we hope that even more of you will meetup with each other, discuss current events and share your reactions with us.
This week marks the inaugural session of HuffPost Thursdays, a Meetup to talk about the news. In order to make the discussion as fulfilling as possible, we thought we might suggest some topics for you to think about.
Thanks so much for your participation in the Gulf Oil Spill Meetups! With many thanks to our readers and engaged commenters
"Where can I find Mr. Right?" is the number one question I get -- probably because leading up to Valentine's Day, love is actually NOT in the air for a lot of fabulous singles.
In an unprecedented blitz against social awkwardness, Meetup.com and The Huffington Post have decided to hand out half a million name tags to the crowd at inauguration.
Ron Paul has no practical chance of winning the Republican nomination for president, but his sustained Web caché is remarkable