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The new normal is not your father’s Cold War

BoomerCafe.com The new normal is not your father’s Cold War BoomerCafé's Greg Dobbs observes the complexity of today's world. The post The new normal is not your father’s Cold War appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.

A boomer’s discovery on the Appalachian Trail

BoomerCafe.com A boomer’s discovery on the Appalachian Trail Hiker Clare Garfield meets the oldest man to hike the Appalachian Trail. The post A boomer’s discovery on the Appalachian Trail appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.

25th Anniversary of ‘The Death of Superman’

  Superman died. Well, for a little while. 25 years ago. Running out of ideas for Superman, the DC Comics editorial team finally decided at a ‘Superman summit’ meeting in 1992 that they would stop joking about killing Superman and actually do it. The story made headlines across the world in newspaper and TV newscasts. […]

Two words for boomers seeking meds: Shop around!

BoomerCafe.com Two words for boomers seeking meds: Shop around! Pricey pharmaceuticals in the U.S. are often reasonably priced abroad. The post Two words for boomers seeking meds: Shop around! appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.

A baby boomer who’s still home spun

BoomerCafe.com A baby boomer who’s still home spun Kandi Maxwell at home in rural California with a simple life. The post A baby boomer who’s still home spun appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.

A boomer asks, Who Knows Where The Time Goes?

BoomerCafe.com A boomer asks, Who Knows Where The Time Goes? Writer Alan Paul and the music that defined the boomer generation. The post A boomer asks, Who Knows Where The Time Goes? appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.

Why Can't EVERYBODY See This?

Boomers generally grew into adulthood as independent thinkers. Many of us rejected things our parents taught us about politics, religion and life. We were the rebels. Aging sent some of us back to those earlier beliefs we rejected or...Show More Summary

An odd moment in boomer history

BoomerCafe.com An odd moment in boomer history Writer Ron Gompertz recalls the November 1966 Sunset Strip riots. The post An odd moment in boomer history appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.

Third Chapter

A boomer buzzword I’ve heard lately is ‘third chapter’. Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know, it’s two words. The term ‘third chapter’ refers to a portion of a senior’s life. First chapter, growing up, second chapter, career and raising a family, third chapter, retirement and/or Post-career career.In my case, that first chapter lasted longer than it should have. Show More Summary

Even a baby boomer can still learn!

BoomerCafe.com Even a baby boomer can still learn! Erin O'Brien experiences her first autumn in New England. The post Even a baby boomer can still learn! appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.

Click Click Click

A late-morning Wednesday in October.NewsWendy Williams talks to Joan Rivers’ daughterVaping made simpleI was home alone, sick, sitting on my living room sofa. Channel surfing.Darius Rucker performing on The ViewThe Price Is Right.Harry Connick trying to make us believe he can host his own show.I was so bored. Show More Summary

Boomer opinion about partial truths and falsehoods

BoomerCafe.com Boomer opinion about partial truths and falsehoods Exactly a year after election day, BoomerCafé's Greg Dobbs takes stock. The post Boomer opinion about partial truths and falsehoods appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.

Our whole lives, boomers heard “Act Your Age”

BoomerCafe.com Our whole lives, boomers heard “Act Your Age” Patricia Greenberg embraces a formula for healthy living. The post Our whole lives, boomers heard “Act Your Age” appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.

They’re not boomers, but it’s a generation similar to ours

BoomerCafe.com They’re not boomers, but it’s a generation similar to ours There a "microgeneration" called Xennials and similar to boomers. The post They’re not boomers, but it’s a generation similar to ours appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.

A baby boomer very much at peace with his smartphone

BoomerCafe.com A baby boomer very much at peace with his smartphone Larry Lefkowitz seems to prefer a Swiss Army Knife. The post A baby boomer very much at peace with his smartphone appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.

Europe – Walk the Earth [Album Review]

Europe – Walk the Earth 2017, Hell & Back Recordings/Silver Linings Music Walk the Earth The Siege Kingdom United Pictures Election Day Wolves GTO Haze Whenever You’re Ready Turn to Dust Band: Joey Tempest – Lead Vocals John Norum – Guitar John Levén – Bass Ian Haugland – Drums Mic Michaeli – Keyboards Producer: Dave […]

Funeral Home [Movie Review]

Funeral Home 1982, Motion Picture Marketing For the end of the Halloween season, I’ve been trying to watch horror movies that I have never seen or haven’t seen in a while. Funeral Home falls under the “never seen” category, and boy, I wish it stayed that way! A Canadian production filmed in 1979 and released in that […]

A boomer tells his son, “I’ve got your back”

BoomerCafe.com A boomer tells his son, “I’ve got your back” Joe DiDonato recently found a sky-high connection with his son. The post A boomer tells his son, “I’ve got your back” appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.

McDowell’s from ‘Coming to America’ comes to life in LA

If you ever wanted to try a “Big Mick” (same as a Big Mac, but with no seeds), now’s your chance. A legally-it’s-not-McDonalds restaurant called McDowell’s is open Monday and Tuesday in LA. The restaurant, based on the fictional fast food spot in 1988’s Coming to America, is open at Fat Sal's …

New podcast: Best Halloween songs in the '80s Part 2

We thought we were pretty clever a couple weeks ago when we created our own personal playlist of spooky '80s songs that were perfect for Halloween. We played our 10 songs, felt pretty proud about it, and then …

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