Baby boomer Carrier Slocomb likes to rant. He has become our ranter-in-residence. This time, it’s about bad manners going viral!
So which generation is more stressed than any other? Boomers? Millennials? We can all lay claim to stress, but BoomerCafé contributor Liz Kitchens sheds some light on who wins.
BoomerCafé.com has reached an important milestone by becoming the most popular website worldwide for baby boomers.
It was the start of the 70s, and the music reflecting the times included four of the best rock and folk albums ever recorded. Brent Green, an authority on generation, tells how it all happened.
Michael Murphy isn’t merely a baby boomer himself; he has just written a novel about a baby boomer called “Goodbye Emily,” and if you’re a boomer, you might relate, because what Michael writes about pretty much happened to him: he lost his job and grieved the loss.
Wedding bells are ringing for baby boomers, too. But brides and bridegrooms in their 50s and 60s often have different priorities than their younger counterparts.
As baby boomers, we have seen changes in America that have been documented ad-infinitum. But BoomerCafé co-founder and publisher David Henderson has just taken a personal journey, and come across something that has not gotten nearly as much attention: The End of a Prideful Culture in America.
One change from our childhood to the present day is a sad one: the constant demand for more space at our nation’s most sacred cemetery. BoomerCafé co-founder and publisher David Henderson has long ties to this hallowed ground, and just visited again because the Holidays Bring Remembrance.