It's been 30 years since '80s fans first declared allegiance to the Star League in order to protect the Frontier against Xur and the Ko-Dan armada. But a "modern" trailer has been released anyway on for 1984's The Last Starfighter. And it's AMAZE-BALLS!
I'll be the first to admit that even as a parent, I don't understand the details of education programs like Common Core and No Child Left Behind, but if you can read this blog post, then apparently you did something right in school and have proven Don Henley wrong that Johnny Can't Read.
Leslie Clary travels halfway around the world in seek of ways to make things better. The post A baby boomer’s Buddhist pilgrimage appeared first on BoomerCafe.
Nighttime visitations from lost family members are not uncommon among caregivers.
Mike Nichols, the legendary director who first dazzled an earlier generation with 1967's The Graduate, has passed away at age 83, Deadline.com reports. The cause of death hasn't been released. The news was announced Thursday morning...
As Eagles Week continues, let us ‘80s video whiz kids wish a Happy 67th birthday today to Pinball Wizard era Joe Walsh.
It's crazy how much Journey is touring these days. But with no new album seemingly coming anytime soon, Neal Schon and the boys don't seem to mind the highway run into the midnight sun. The group, which has been touring with the Steve Miller Band, has …
With their classic Hotel California, The Eagles were considered the ultimate California band, but the only actual member to grow up in California was bassist Timothy B. Schmit who always plays it California cool.
Despite living in picturesque Colorado, Greg and his wife check out the vast desert of the American West. The post BoomerCafé’s Greg Dobbs tours boomer paradises in the West appeared first on BoomerCafe.
Eighties fans, you've been waiting patiently for more news on The '80s Cruise. Today, the cruise was officially announced on SiriusXM's Big '80s on 8 by former MTV veejay Alan Hunter. Here's the official press release on the trip. Stuck in the '80s will be on board as well. If you'd like to join us, …
The remake of Do They Know It's Christmas was released this morning after a marathon weekend recording and producing session in London, and it's pretty good. I guarantee '80s fans will get chills when they see and hear U2's Bono reprise his famous line from the 1984 version -- only with a smart tweak of the lyrics. And there's a …
The Eagles may have broken up in 1981, but that only kick-started the solo careers for the members of one of the most acclaimed Americans rock bands and giving us cause to celebrate Eagles Week on Lost and Found.
I'll make you a promise: I'll shop at Radio Shack for all my holiday gifts and batteries if Weird Al keeps doing their commercials for them.
Like a lot of other SIT80's Nation, I grew up hearing the accolades of Bob Dylan, but never really understanding the appeal of the man with the squeaky, conversational and distinctive voice. However, one Dylan song I can get behind is his highest charting single of the ‘80s: Sweetheart Like You.
I don’t even know what that title means, but I am going to make it happen. I decided it. I’ve been so blah lately. For instance, we’ve been re-doing our house. I think the adult-ness of it all is suffocating … Continue reading ?
In 1975, The Eagles were progressing from a country-rock band to a more electric guitar sound and picked up Don Felder to join the flock of eagles. While The Eagles rocked, it wasn't until he went solo in the ‘80s that Felder traded up from Witchy Woman to Bad Girls.
Baby boomer Leslie Clary visits an exotic place known for peace. The post Finding inner peace amidst life’s chaos appeared first on BoomerCafe.
Ten hours of a woman walking in NYC? I can forgive that hoopla for ever going viral now that I've seen "10 Hours of Princess Leia Walking in NYC." Best editing job... ever.
If you have a good song, how do you make it better? If you are The Long Ryders you add a little backing vocal by The Bangles and ta-da - you have a Paisley Underground classic with I Want You Bad.
Lorie Eber reviews a report that finds health is of top importance to boomers. The post Survey of baby boomer society finds “health is Job One” appeared first on BoomerCafe.