Eve Pell is an award-winning writer and an investigative reporter. She will talk about her new book, Love Again: The Wisdom of Unexpected Romance. (Ballantine Books) Eve Pell was 68 when she convinced a friend to set her up with Sam Hirabayashi. Ten years her senior, Sam, a fellow runner, was handsome and sweet. Soon Eve and Sam were plunged into a giddy romance that began with a movie date. “It was crazy,” Pell writes. “It was wonderful.”
“Old love is different,” writes author Eve Pell. “In our 70s and 80s, we had been through enough of life’s ups and downs to know who we were, and we had learned to compromise. We knew something about death because we had seen loved ones die. The finish line was drawing closer. Why not have one last blossoming of the heart?”
Dr. Karl Pillemer Ph.D. is one of America’s leading family sociologists and researchers on aging and will talk about the results of his Marriage Advice Project and his new book, 30 Lessons For Loving: Advice From the Wisest Americans On Love, Relationships, and Marriage. (Hudson Street Press)
Dennis Klein is a writer and producer known for Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman, The Larry Sanders Show and Cosby. He will share stories about his career, his life and his most important work-being a father.
Steve Weisman and Michael Harrison will talk about how safe it is to use a debit card as a credit card.