Veteran journalist Tim Menees recalls playing an organ at a historic site.
The legacy of a 25 foot long shark and an imaginary place called Amity.
With 10,000 baby boomers turning 65 every day, share your voice!
Montreal boomer Wendy Reichental looks at the bright side.
BoomerCafé’s Greg Dobbs understands the ancient adage, “Walk the earth with your eyes turned skywards.”
Émilie Thyebaut runs a tour business to help boomers find their French roots.
Author Ron Gompertz is traveling through South America and reflecting.
Adventure writer Talek Nantes and her husband experienced traditional Japan.
Boston’s Dick Pirozzolo is learning to live life fitness.
For Judy Abelove Shemtob, all she needs is an open lane.
Craig Schwab knows the struggle of an old pal with dementia.
Cindy La Ferle looks into what a real friendship means.
Ron Gompertz and his wife have been in Cuenca, Ecuador, trying to help.
Here are three specific tips that will boost self-worth.
Larry Lefkowitz … life in retirement is bliss.
Ron Gompertz witnesses Ecuador’s new lost generation.
A time when many people thought life on earth might end at 12:00:01 am, 2000 A.D.
Richard Eisenberg says it’s the fault of the companies that once employed us.
A group of boomers doing something about underemployment and ageism.
Kevin Willmott wants us to pay attention to prejudice and stereotypes in our society.
Robert Case shows the growing conflict between the generations.
Denverite Bob Moses fondly remembers growing up in another world in New Orleans.
Richard Adler recalls that amid turmoil in 1969, he focused on a moon landing.
Writer Alan Paul looks at the humor of our boomer lives.