As Americans head back into space, Greg Dobbs remembers.
Kathy Harrel advises, remain engaged, even as life as we knew it changes.
Dr. Jeri Fink observes how nature has flourished as we shelter.
While walking her dog in Colorado, Lauren Rombach finds painted stones with inspiration.
Humor columnist Jerry Zezima frets with the skylight that… leaks and leaks.
Eliot Cohen writes, we have a great deal of work to do to live up to Dr. King’s dream.
Tim Menees remembers riots in DC after Martin Luther King, Jr., was killed.
At this difficult time, an essay that underscores the differences between the lucky ones, and everyone else.
Mort Rosenblum call ageism a small-bore bias, irrelevant for leadership.
BoomerCafé’s Greg Dobbs Greg Dobbs points out that not all cops are bad cops.
BoomerCafé’s David Henderson visits the old, run-down C&O Canal near Washington.
BoomerCafé Greg Dobbs observes that the world is changing because of cell phone video.
The Coronavirus pandemic crisis spotlights longstanding, dangerous ageism in America.
Patricia and Aaron Grunfeld have found we boomers are the most vulnerable to coronavirus.
Harpreet Datt writes of having the scary symptoms of Covid-19 but denied a test.
Retired journalist Garret Mathews earned a right to brag, he can juggle a 16-pound shot put!
Lorie Eber has achieved career happiness transitioning to wellness coach.
Wendy Reichental says her feet have been right under her nose, regardless of job.
Howard Tullman says if you want stay in business, you’ve got to earn trust.
We are living in time when everyone needs to adapt, including like this TV news anchorman in Seattle.
A couple of boomers got more than they expected during a drive through New Mexico.
Jerry Zezima is trying to find the right letters to spell “quarantine” while at home.
Canadian Ana Fernandez writes from Mazatlan on how the pandemic is handled in Mexico.
Wendy Reichental hopes for a cure to Covid19 and another season of “Shtisel” on TV.
Susan Reid of Baltimore has volunteered, and is now going through withdrawal.
It is October. Autumn. And, Rolland Smith once again turns to poetry.
In retirement, Rolland Smith’s world is smaller, yet his perspective is fresh, and welcome.
A couple is living on a shoestring and enjoying life in an oceanfront community in Vero Beach, FL.