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Andreas Tzortzis

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He has worked as a journalist for the New York Times, International Herald Tribune, Newsweek and Monocle Magazine from Berlin and London before leading Red Bull’s mainstream-facing content platform, The Red Bulletin, from Los Angeles. He recently returned to his hometown of San Francisco with his small family. dre@agei.st

Cidele Curo

An Acting Gardener Cidele Curo is a gardener. But that’s not where her story begins. It begins with the 20-something-year-old newly arrived New Yorker taking the resume of a working 90-something-year-old actor, sticking her headshot on it and passing it off as her own. The gamble worked. She went from magician’s assistant...

Doug Tausik

Beauty and Strength in Commitment “The only certainty in life is the passage of time. So ask yourself how you can benefit from it. Then the passage of time can really be kind of fun.” Growing up next door to Jimi Hendrix in Greenwich, it took Doug 58 years to leave...

Sophia Gruzdys

A director at Yale, serving on the Fulbright Scholarship Committee, she decided when she was 54 to quit her New York life, move to Spain and build a house. “It takes a long time to work out how to live. If I have been holding back, then the time...

Keri Aivazis

Your Neighborhood Grocer After decades of neglect, the rise of downtown LA is unmistakable. Loft conversions and the steady growth of cool boutiques and restaurants have set real estate prices rocketing. AGEIST noticed that among the pacemakers is Urban Radish, an organic, deli-style market that sees itself as much as...

Yuval Bar-Zemer

Creating Community Yuval Bar-Zemer was a music student in Israel who made his way to New York one summer to work with a friend, painting offices and getting his mind blown by the jazz scene in the Village. From there, he soon ended up in LA where he became an...
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