Corie Skolnick’s latest Communiqués From Geezerville column is about (mis)adventures during COVID and defining the word “active” in an “active 55+ community.”
Corie Skolnick’s newest Communiqués From Geezerville column is about topics from the latest HOA board meeting: dog poop punishments and the ongoing Ping-Pong wars.
Corie Skolnick’s newest column for her series Communiqués From Geezerville is about defining what Geezerville is and the types of people who live there.
Corie Skolnick’s first column for her series Communiqués From Geezerville is about what can be accomplished in four years and the advocacy of cleaning up dog poop.
In “This Is What Life Does,” Corie Skolnick shares a story about living, aging, changing, and being competitive, whether at love, pickleball, or casseroles.
Another year in the books. The Big Smoke America is now three years old and has published over 1,300 articles and essays. Here are the Top 10 from 2018.
Corie Skolnick shares the ups and downs of being a writer, reflects on her writing career so far, and ponders what yet lies ahead.
2017 was quite a year. The Big Smoke America is now two years old and has published nearly 1,000 articles and essays. Here are the Top 10 from 2017.
It’s our responsibility as parents to do what we can to protect our children. Especially now, you may need to ask one specific question to help avoid a nightmare scenario.
Corie Skolnick is launching a GoFundMe page to help her and Pablo buy a new house in Southern California. It won’t just be a winter retreat though, they also have an agenda.