Leslie Handler writes perhaps a life has been touched by friends.
Writer/editor Alan Paul observes today’s pop lexicon is full of “junk words.”
Carrier Slocomb is one commuter who has had it with DC-area traffic.
Humor writer Perry Block admits that he’s still trying to catch up.
Dr. Pamela Peek says the goal after age 50 is to prevent disease.
Confirming evidence – baby boomers are changing what aging means.
Larry Checco says it’s a cross between badminton, tennis, and table tennis.
Mark Miller says Medicare’s fix will raise premiums, but could improve care.
BoomerCafé’s Greg Dobbs returns to South Africa to find a faded dream.
Veteran career advisor Reiner Lomb says to work for personal passion.
Are boomers now friends of their grown children, or still parents?
As a TV network correspondent, baby boomer Greg Dobbs has seen it all.
Top towns for food and retirement by Moira McGarvey.
Financial advisor Melody Juge advises boomer women about retirement.
A new report lists “The Twenty Happiest Countries in the World.”
Tom Sightings writes about how and where our generation wants to live and retire.
Dr. Diana Raab considers what she’s learned through self-discovery.
April is Poetry Month, and it calls for a poem from Harriet Shenkman.
Writer Karen Karlitz talks about her “baggage,” and we may relate.
Once, Nancy and Sluggo were a big deal in the comics.
Dr. Bill Courter says that lessons learned late in life are lessons appreciated.
Writer Linda Myers just lived through a “Hitchcock” motel experience.
Erin O’Brien’s second journey on her dream trip to Paris.
Baby boomer Erin O’Brien is thrilled by the famed City of Light, Paris.