Oregon’s Salli Hollenzer remembers the precious infatuation of youth.
Journalist Garret Mathews has discovered something important about himself.
For humor columnist Jerry Zezima, a diner is just fine.
In the 70s, it was Wolfman Jack. Today, it’s “Radio Garden.”
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.”
Kay Carter suggests five 5 simple ways to stay healthy.
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.
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.
Writer David Westwood on the swirl of those turbulent times.
For Eileen Fleming, John Lennon is a fond memory, still an inspiration.
Peter Gelfan of New York is working to understand the conundrum of life.
Writer Eric Mondschein lived up to the phrase “all boy” as a kid.