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Think we're loco? The most unlikely Phil Collins soundtrack hit of the '80s

Phil Collins was on the level of Kenny Loggins for soundtrack supremacy, but Collins wasn't content to stay in the background as he jumped back into acting with the movie Buster that spawned a solid soundtrack that included hidden gems like Loco In Acapulco by the Four Tops.

For your eyes only: Roger Moore dies at age 89

The man who was James Bond to entire generation has passed away. Roger Moore, who played the British agent in seven films, has died at age 98.

Thank you for being a fiend? Golden Girls are suspects in new Clue board game

What happens when you take two pop culture icons of the ‘80s and smash them together? You get Clue: The Golden Girls board game.

Spaceballs 2 could really happen, Mel Brooks says

When Mel Brooks talks about a sequel to Spaceballs, ‘80s fans are tempted to politely smile and nod our heads. It’s a joke, we figure, because how can you possibly recapture the magic of the 1987 Star Wars spoof, especially since John Candy has passed away.

The Dad Book

"You did a great job raising your kids.""Thank you."Months later, as I replayed that last meaningful conversation I had with my Dad in my head, I wondered if he knew he was talking with one of his kids. The facial expression I remember could have been saying he thought he was talking with someone else about his kids. Show More Summary

A-Plus if you remember the theme song to 'Back to School'

Let's make it official and change Movie Week to Movie Month on Lost and Found as the forgotten soundtrack songs from the '80s just can't stop on the blog. For my kids, today is their last day of school and they are ready to celebrate. If you think your kids will drive you crazy this summer, then take heart with this lost Jude Cole song …

Resurrection for a baby boomer’s Woodstock memories

BoomerCafe.com Resurrection for a baby boomer’s Woodstock memories For Kandi Maxwell, as for other boomers, life changed at Woodstock. The post Resurrection for a baby boomer’s Woodstock memories appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.

Ranking the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Well, we’re well into Phase III of the unlimited number of “phases” that Marvel’s cinematic universe will be having, and Marvel releases three or so movies every year, so obviously this list will need to be updated quite often, but let’s give it a go… #15 – The Incredible Hulk (2008) The second MCU movie […]

How boomers can keep working into our 60s and beyond

BoomerCafe.com How boomers can keep working into our 60s and beyond Boomer money and work expert Kerry Hannon with 5 helpful tips. The post How boomers can keep working into our 60s and beyond appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.

Life on the '80s charts was no holiday for this band featured in 'Teachers'

Across many states, schools are letting out for summer and the only ones more excited about that prospect than the kids are the teachers. What better way to combine '80 movie music and salute those instructing our children than a song from the Teachers soundtrack - Roman Holiday and One Foot Back In Your Door.

The Bee Gees fared as well in '80s as the movie 'Staying Alive'

Yesterday we examined Sylvester Stallone in front of the screen but today we catch Sly behind the camera and make amends with the Bee Gees with their slow jam Someone Belonging To Someone.

For baby boomers who are divorced or divorcing

BoomerCafe.com For baby boomers who are divorced or divorcing Hollywood TV writer Barry Gold writes about divorce and lessons. The post For baby boomers who are divorced or divorcing appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.

Only the music was a winner in Stallone's flick 'Over The Top'

Sylvester Stallone owned the '80s with three Rambo movies, two more Rocky sequels and seven other movies ranging from underrated (Nighthawks) to down-right embarrassing (Rhinestone). Many of Stallone's movies had winning songs even if the movies themselves were a stinkaroo like Winner Takes It All from …

The Future, Revisited

Circumstances had changed, and all these documents needed to change, too.

A Focus on the Heart for Older Patients

The first geriatric cardiology clinic in New York opened at N.Y.U. Langone Medical Center in August. It’s different.

Aggressive Neighbors in the Nursing Home

One in five nursing home residents was involved in mistreatment of a neighbor in the previous month, a new study found.

An Easier Death, and Less Costly, Too

Saving money isn't really the point of hospice care. Still, a new study found that cancer patients in hospice incurred lower costs in the last year of life than those not in hospice.

Seeing the ‘Invisible Patient’

Physicians too often fail to address the needs of caregivers, a clinical review finds.

You couldn't count Little Richard down or out in the '80s

With so many excellent forgotten movie songs, how can we stop at one week? The answer is we won't - so let's get busy with another week of movie songs starting off one of the pioneers of rock 'n' roll - Little Richard and Great Gosh A'mighty (It's A Matter Of Time) from Down And Out In Beverly Hills.

A boomer wants to ignite the power source within you

BoomerCafe.com A boomer wants to ignite the power source within you Toronto baby boomer Susan Sommers is inspiring others to get in shape. The post A boomer wants to ignite the power source within you appeared first on BoomerCafe.co...

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