Bob Cullinan says how his parents met and married is a great love story.
Writer Doreen Frick writes of listening to rain, the radio and her own thoughts.
Chicago books and record store called Shake, Rattle & Read calls it quits.
Time passes, and Larry Checco writes of vanishing memories, including circus elephants.
Writer Roz Warren learns that prunes are the answer to osteoporosis.
“He was fighting for me, my family, my nation, my world,” Mahani Zubedy remembers of Ali.
Being outdoors and walking is yields good benefits.
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If you have the time and means, there is no reason you can’t travel to faraway places.
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.
Retired newspaperman Garret Mathews asks, “Did you have it worse than me?”
Former newsman Haney Howell remembers how his life was shaped by service.
We boomers have terrific opportunities to save money. Here’s how.
BoomerCafé’s David Henderson on today’s very risky plastic money world.
The traditional retirement of a generation ago looks very different today.
Huxtable, Christensen and Hood sang together in their youth, and they are back at it.
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.
Lesley Stahl of CBS 60 Minutes on becoming a modern grandma.
Writer Eric Mondschein fondly recounts an adventure from his youth.
Poet Harriet Shenkman considers the bagel … The Schmear.
John Lennon is a fond memory, still an inspiration.