Living

May 6, 2013 12:25 PM

All the lonely people: how we live alone past 65

Clydie Pugh-Myers, one of the state’s first black licensed practical nurses, once drove a red Cadillac, sang in the choir at her church and generally stayed busy. These days, with two knee replacements, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and other ailments, she sits at home alone a lot.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Preview the new West Sixth taproom on Main Street 09:18

Preview the new West Sixth taproom on Main Street

Looking dapper for Derby in Pac-Man (?!) 01:08

Looking dapper for Derby in Pac-Man (?!)

The Derby dress came first 01:28

The Derby dress came first

Homemade Fascinator Tops Her Derby Ensemble 01:22

Homemade Fascinator Tops Her Derby Ensemble

Primary Colors Make A Coordinated Derby Ensemble 00:46

Primary Colors Make A Coordinated Derby Ensemble

LexGo Eat at Derby 07:00

LexGo Eat at Derby

UnCommonwealth at Bob Mickler's 02:29

UnCommonwealth at Bob Mickler's

Parents' rules for social media 01:05

Parents' rules for social media

LexGo Eat at A Cup of Common Wealth 09:30

LexGo Eat at A Cup of Common Wealth

LexGo Eat at Vinaigrette in The Square 08:27

LexGo Eat at Vinaigrette in The Square

Bulleit brings put a barrel strength 00:42

Bulleit brings put a barrel strength

Share Video

Entertainment Videos