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Notre Dame is offering a free online class on Roman architecture

The Eternal City has a voice. This class will help you hear it.

7 Beautiful plants to brighten your days during the late winter months

Rich in symbolism with colorful blossoms, these blooms will remind you that spring and Easter aren't far away.

Sister Wendy Beckett and the power of innocence

4 Lessons we can draw from the life of the beloved cloistered nun and art historian.

4 Famous designers share what makes a woman elegant

Hint: it has nothing to do with expensive clothes and doesn't require a lot of money.

These stars are embracing the beauty of wrinkles

Aging is natural and is a reflection of our personal history.

Is your hair getting thinner as you age? It might be time to embrace it

Sometimes thinning hair is a symptom of something serious -- but sometimes it's just a normal part of getting older.

What a lifetime of rejection in Hollywood taught me about success

Here's what I've learned about perseverance, dignity, and being true to myself.

See the ‘Ave Maria’ interpreted in ballet (Video)

Ballerina Tatiana Osipov will take your breath away with her graceful dance to the classic musical piece.

Can you guess what celebrity said this about aging? (Photos)

Try this fun quiz featuring famous women who are striving to embrace their age.

5 Things you should know about going gray

Tips for what to do -- and what not to do -- to go gray gracefully (or not at all).

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