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The Beacon newspapers' 50+Expo presented keynote speaker Robert E. Fischell, BSME, MS, ScD, Biomedical Engineer, Inventor, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist, on October 19, 2014 at the Silver Spring Civic Center. Video by Abby Sternberg, mediamasters.tv

February 6, 2014 episode of Montgomery Week in Review. Host Don Mooers and Stuart Rosenthal discuss the February 2014 Beacon.

For information about studies on aging discussed by Dr. Luigi Ferrucci at the Beacon's 2013 50+Expo, view this video below.

Montgomery Week in Review host Don Mooers talks with guest Stuart Rosenthal, editor and publisher of Beacon about senior housing options in the our area. Take a look.

50+ Expos planned for Virginia & Maryland

November 6, 2012, Montgomery Community Media's Montgomery Week in Review host Don Mooers talks with guest Stuart Rosenthal, Publisher of the Beacon Newspaper about the risks of online pharmacies. Recently the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has reported that the vast majority of online pharmacies are not legitimate. The FDA recently launched BeSafeRx - Know Your Online Pharmacy campaign to help consumers.

 

Excerpt for the November 11th, 2012 Episode of The Eric Stewart Show with guest Stuart Rosenthal from the Beacon Newspapers. You can listen live on the radio Sundays at 7am on 105.9 FM or AM 630. You can also listen to this show and past shows in their entirety at wmal.com.

Kellye Lynn, from Comcast Newsmakers, interviews Stuart Rosenthal, publisher of The Beacon Newspapers, about the Beacon’s 2013 50+Expos.

The events will take place: Sunday, Oct. 7 from noon to 4 p.m. at Ballston Common Mall, Arlington, Va. AND Sunday, Oct. 14 from noon to 4 p.m. at White Flint Mall, N. Bethesda, Md.

 

Kellye Lynn, from Comcast Newsmakers, interviews Stuart Rosenthal, publisher of The Beacon Newspapers, about the Beacon’s 2011 50+Expos.

The Music and Art Traveling Heart Show - brainchild of Ted Zlatin - brings a lively interactive performace of golden oldies to senior centers and retirement communities throughout the Baltimore area. Members of the band include Tom Ghitz, drummer, Jamie Hopkins, bass guitarist, Otis Stroup, pianist and Bruce Thomas, vocalist. See full article here.