How do we as baby boomers keep from getting stale? Dr. Don Weinhouse says by renewing ourselves.
Has Thanksgiving changed over the years for baby boomers? Poet Harriet Shenkman says yes.
We are now not just the boomer generation, but the nostalgic generation. Phyllis Edgerly Ring writes about that in Not What We Were Expecting.
Baby Boomer and veteran CNN correspondent Kitty Pilgrim traded in her TV gig to become a novelist, and her romantic thrillers are a success.
This month, BoomerCafé’s Poet-in-Residence Harriet Shenkman writes about the duality of relationships. She calls it, Riff on Coupling.
Leave high-tech life behind for a moment, and treasure the Autumn of life and all that it brings.
Either you’ve gone past 60, or you’ll be there fairly soon. Measure it the way Liz Kitchens does: with a yardstick.
BoomerCafé’s Poet-In-Residence conjures up the past with Brooklyn Justice