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An interview with Martha Stewart is promoted on the cover of the April 28, 2013, Parade magazine, which is available in print editions of The Journal Gazette.

Parade talks with Martha Stewart

Parade magazine, which comes with Sunday's print edition of The Journal Gazette, features a talk with Martha Stewart.

She proves that living well is the best revenge, with a new book offering baby boomers advice for aging healthfully and gracefully.

"It's all about surviving in this extraordinary world – physically, mentally, emotionally. I wrote it because nobody is paying attention to the silver tsunami of baby boomers who are now turning 65," she said.

At age 71, she feels more than capable of helping them ride that wave.

"My book focuses on what you can do for others, and what you can do for yourself in terms of aging gracefully," she says in the wide-ranging, candid interview.

This Sunday's edition also features:

  • Adoption journeys: In an excerpt from the book "Carried in Our Hearts: The Gift of Adoption," three writers touched by adoption (including actress Mary-Louise Parker) share the moving tales of how their families came together.
  • Goldfish cake: Authors Karen Tack and Al Richardson share the secrets of making a fun family cake with ingredients that can be found at the local grocery store.

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