Humor columnist Jerry Zezima learned … and bemoans this lesson which we all need to heed.
Through music, Howard Tullman has seen and felt things he wishes all of us could see and feel.
Roger Clark of Kansas has gotten all over the country and made many memories.
Jean Blanchard discovered she lacked an I.D. to show to the TSA while trying to fly home.
Barbara Winard relives wonderful memories from decades ago.
Sherrill Pool Elizondo and husband Carlos operate at two levels of energy.
Silvana Clark and her husband found the ideal bike and barge tour of northern Italy.
BoomerCafé’s Greg Dobbs understands the ancient adage, “Walk the earth with your eyes turned skywards.”
Pickleball is an addictive game that’s growing in popularity among boomers.
Elizabeth Papazian wonders whether we must tell doctors everything.
If BoomerCafé is for baby boomers with active lifestyles, this story is a perfect fit.
We live in a youth-obsessed culture. So, what can you do about it?
Terry Hurley and his wife headed off for an ‘Active Adult Community’ in Arizona.
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.
Howard Tullman’s view on all those digital ratings schemes.
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.
Writer Barbara Greenleaf asks, “What am I doing here?”
Novelist Daniel Silva shares the first chapter from his latest book, The New Girl.
Writer David Westwood on the swirl of those turbulent times.
For Eileen Fleming, John Lennon is a fond memory, still an inspiration.