Yuma, Arizona - Soufflé  has a reputation for being notoriously difficult. But this spinach and mushroom soufflé is an exception. And here's a tip: When you cook with pungent cheeses, like Gruyère, you only need a small amount for strong flavor. It saves on calories and fat.

Somerton, Arizona - Celebrate Cinco de Mayo at the Somerton Library! On Wednesday, May 2nd, children ages 3-12 are invited to make mini-piñatas at 1:30 p.m.

San Luis, Arizona - On Wednesday, May 2nd, the San Luis Library, in collaboration with Hospice of Yuma, will host “Manejo de Duelos/Compassion & Care When You Need it Most” at 4:00 p.m. Presenter Lorena Guerra will discuss how to care for loved ones entering the final stages of life. Topics include how to cope with stressors, make important decisions about end-of-life care, and maintain a positive outlook. Information will be provided in English and Spanish.

Wellton, Arizona - On Thursday, May 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, and 31st, Conversational English for adults will be held at 1:00 p.m. at the Wellton Library.

Washington, DC -  Dear Rusty: I reached my full retirement age on 6/24/2017 and I plan to file for my benefits to start in June 2018. My wife doesn’t have enough credits to qualify for benefits on her own lifetime income, but she reached her Social Security full retirement age in December 2017. Since my wife will only be eligible for a spousal benefit, are there any particular nuances of filing that I need to be aware of? Also, I hear local advertisements implying multiple filing options concerning spousal benefits, but I think they only apply if the spouse qualifies based on her own eligibility.