Scary horror films... they just don’t make ‘em like they used to says Alan Paul. The post For this film-buff boomer, The Horror, The Horror! appeared first on BoomerCafe.
Doreen Frick has old photos of her grandparents but a puzzle remains. The post Mystery for a baby boomer looking at her roots appeared first on BoomerCafe.
Writer Kathy Gates says Tasmania is about boats, boats, and more boats. The post One boomer’s different life in a very different place appeared first on BoomerCafe.
A recent Kenny Chesney song called "Noise" includes lyrics that are relevant to today: "Yeah we scream, yeah we shout till we don't have a voice. In the streets, in the crowds it ain't nothin but noise." I think about that song every time I see or hear a political ad and every time I see or hear a screaming car dealer ad. Show More Summary
A lovely message from a Millennial extolling the spirit of our Boomer generation. The post A note of thanks to Boomers … from a Millennial appeared first on BoomerCafe.
Topics of conversation during a recent random Wednesday conversation at my local wine and beer hangout:MusicPresidential campaignsVinyl vs downloadsHeroin addictionFoodKids, grandkidsRetirementVideographyHummusHurricanesEducationWineI love this place. And just like Cheers, it's a place where everybody knows my name.
The world in which we grew up is not the world in which we live today. The post Are boomers going too far to be healthy? appeared first on BoomerCafe.
That orange con man running for President is guilty of many incidents of fraud. He ripped off 'students' at his fake university, defrauded contributors to his fake foundation and didn't pay many of the contractors who built his empire. Show More Summary
Author and professor Bill Cushing writes about in his Eulogy for Eateries. The post A baby boomer laments the loss of real eateries appeared first on BoomerCafe.
BoomerCafé's David Henderson just finished downsizing. The post A baby boomer’s rite of passage: downsizing appeared first on BoomerCafe.
Deby Hogue and her husband moved almost a decade ago from LA to Costa Rica. The post How two boomers keep the spirit alive appeared first on BoomerCafe.
Dad was a hell of a planner. He bought mausoleum space more than thirty years before he died, saved much more money than most people of his modest income level, paid down what little debt he had years before retiring, bought Medicare...Show More Summary
Does anyone even remember the olden days when kids everywhere had newspaper routes? The post The lasting gift from a boomer’s newspaper route appeared first on BoomerCafe.
A pretty good update on how cities and towns are ranked -- best and worst. The post America’s best and worst cities to retire appeared first on BoomerCafe.
Yoga practitioner Shari Eberts has advice on staying healthy that makes sense. The post What yoga means to one baby boomer appeared first on BoomerCafe.
Pretend it’s the year 2076, and the baby boomer generation is down to one last survivor. The post What happens when there’s just one baby boomer left? appeared first on BoomerCafe.
Music radio stations today are usually segmented by genre or even sub-genres. Rock, alternative rock, classic rock, adult contemporary, hot adult contemporary, hits, urban hits, mainstream country, classic country are among the radio industry format names. Show More Summary
Marcia Smalley of Temecula, California, writes about the bonds of family. The post A boomer knows how far she’ll go for family appeared first on BoomerCafé.
Finding purpose or meaning in life seems to be a boomer obsession and my search for that elusive definition is rapidly growing beyond mere curiosity for me.I'd like to follow the often suggested idea of 'live for today', 'live in the moment'. Show More Summary
Madeline Foster of Montreal learned when she found herself needing some advice about dating. The post A boomer learns about text dating from her daughter appeared first on BoomerCafé.