Rosanne Ullman in Sarasota, FL, shares what it was like to get the vaccine against Covid-19.
Even as a child, Janet Garber’s father always encouraged her to follow her star.
Ria Stone is angry… she’s seen too many policies that have led to deaths of millions.
Humorist Jerry Zezima says is convinced grandkids will keep you fit!
For the holidays, Mary Kay Jordan Fleming suggests giving gifts we’ve stashed away.
Humor columnist Jerry Zezima enjoys the “brush with fame” his granddaughters are having.
Where is Betty White? Writer Carol Hoenig spends hours searching TV for a favorite game show.
BoomerCafé’s David Henderson remembers… It was a magical place of memories.
BoomerCafé’s Greg Dobbs is beyond outraged… and hopes every baby boomer, Republican or Democrat, conservative or liberal, feels the same.
At this time, BoomerCafé’s Greg Dobbs reflects on what he has learned during the pandemic.
As 2020 comes to a close, BoomerCafé’s Greg Dobbs looks at the good, the bad, and the amusing.
BoomerCafé’s Greg Dobbs … America’s future is shaky if cautionary tales and history are ignored.
New York poet Thea Schiller remembers a special New Year’s Eve more than 50 years ago.
Sharyn Gelb Diamond and her family have created a memorable holiday season.
Scott Monty writes, we might yearn for a better future by learning from our past.
Ann Foley in Bronxville, NY, has rediscovered something she cherished in her childhood.
Business advisor Larry Checco advises a new style of management that’s catching on.
For many boomers, there’s a big pull to go back to work after retirement.
Writer Susan Reid says her work commute, like many people, is really predictable.
Veteran newsman Mort Rosenblum muses about a colleague at AP… when news was the bedrock of information.
Walking is healthy. It’s a fact, backed up by research and people who are in the habit of walking.
When BoomerCafé’s Greg Dobbs talks about “getting away from it all,” he rides up a mountain. Way up.
The Coronavirus pandemic crisis spotlights longstanding, dangerous ageism in America.
Patricia and Aaron Grunfeld have found we boomers are the most vulnerable to coronavirus.