Bettye Anding is a former editor of the Living section of The States-Item (for those of you who remember New Orleans' former afternoon daily) and later The Times Picayune. She wrote Silver Threads for the TP until her retirement a few years back, and now writes it for NolaVie. In it, she ponders, with humor, the ins and outs of living the senior life in New Orleans. Email comments to her at email@example.com.
Binge-watching isn't for the lonely. In fact, it has become a past time for many and that phrase even earned the title of "word of the year." Bettye Anding confesses her binges and contemplates what draws us to them. Read More »
As much as I hate to admit it, I’ve gone from alpha probably to omega in the estimation of my dog. Almost nine years ago I gave my husband a puppy for his birthday: a red, long-haired mini ... Read More »
Bettye Anding asks the question that any of us who have had to deal with getting a computer fixed, booking an appointment, taking a plane, or just existing in today's society have asked thousands of times. That question is: Where in the world did customer service go? Read More »