Author Donne Davis in Menlo Park, CA, writes of being a grandparent.
Our friend Erin O’Brien in California fondly remembers all the clever TV homes.
Writer Peter Gerstenzang tackles whether we’ve still got the right stuff, and who cares.
Larry Checco tells us of one of his favorite ways to spend time: at Chez Mitzi’s.
Medical care has come a long way since we were kids and doctors wrote charts in longhand.
Many claim kale is something momentous. Not Iowan Mike Plews.
Fitness guru Bob Merz says get up from that couch and get moving!
Dr. Lorie Eber, at age 60, finds it incredulous that she’s lived so many years.
BoomerCafé’s David Henderson visited Iceland to see what all the excitement is about.
Author Linda Myers is increasing in love with creature comforts.
Marti and Ed Kirkpatrick are heading home after touring North America in their RV.
Dr. Jim Berger and a time of revelry and fun and foolishness at the Mardi Gras parade.
Fred Parker has achieved a sort of fame in his hometown by serving outstanding chili.
66-year-old Bonnie Raitt continues to sing about life, and she’s going strong.
Journalist Dan Lyons explains how tech outfit HubSpot claims spam is “lovable.”
While challenging, finding work after 50 can be done.
The “leading edge” of our baby boomer generation, born in 1946, turns seventy.
Ireland’s Bluebird Care explains how to find a 5-star retirement.
Economist Alicia Munnell writes about America’s Retirement Mismatch.
Journalist Chris Farrell calls it “unretirement” – travel, have fun, make money.
Poet Harriet Shenkman considers the bagel … The Schmear.
John Lennon is a fond memory, still an inspiration.
A baby boomer’s “life-story” we like.
Bill Courter draws upon the advice he would have given his growing daughters.