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Rick Springfield headlines 2018 voyage of The ‘80s Cruise

Rick Springfield will headline and host The ‘80s Cruise in 2018, organizers announced today on their official website. The 7-day cruise on the Celebrity Summit leaves Fort Lauderdale on March 24, 2018 for an Eastern Caribbean trip.

Create a neat visual signature called a “gravatar”

A free and secure "gravatar" is distinctive and one-of-a-kind... just for you. The post Create a neat visual signature called a “gravatar” appeared first on BoomerCafe.

There’s only one classic presidential movie from the ‘80s

Remember this beginning? “In 1988, the crime rate in the United States rises four hundred percent. The once great city of New York becomes the one maximum security prison for the entire country. A fifty-foot containment wall is erected along the New Jersey shoreline, across the Harlem River, and down along the Brooklyn shoreline. It …

A boomer goes back. Way back to Italy

Larry Checco visits one of the seminal places from his youth. The post A boomer goes back. Way back to Italy appeared first on BoomerCafe.

Listen to first single from Night Ranger’s new album

What cliche should I use? “Night Ranger can still rock in America?” “The secret of Night Ranger’s success is a new album?” “When you close your eyes, you can listen to this new single by Night Ranger?”

Will the 'Beaches' remake be your hero? Watch the trailer and see

Did you forget there’s a remake of Beaches coming this Saturday on Lifetime? It stars Idina Menzel and Nia Long in the roles made famous by Bette Midler and Barbara Hershey - best friends for life with intertwining but different destinies.

Lessons boomers learned from 5 months as nomads

Tips from retirement and travel expert Chuck Bolotin who hit the road with his wife. The post Lessons boomers learned from 5 months as nomads appeared first on BoomerCafe.

The Process Update 1.0

I've decided to go with three keywords/phrases to guide my year: discipline, stress reduction, fun.The plan is to do something related to each of these, weekly or even daily. I also plan to track my progress or lack of progress withShow More Summary

How a misunderstood 'villain' from WWII inspired a hit song for Idle Eyes

We've all heard the name Tokyo Rose, but do we know the whole story behind the name? One of America's darkest secrets is the treatment of Asian-Americans during the 1940s. In the '80s, movies like The Karate Kid touched on the subject while the name Tokyo Rose became the inspiration for a hit by Canadian band Idle Eyes. …

Progressive Power: Rally And Organize Over Inauguration Weekend

As Donald Trump takes the oath of office on January 20, progressives will not be accepting this new administration with open arms. Americans from across the nation will be coming to Washington D.C. to resist the spread of hate, racism, sexism, … GO ? The post Progressive Power: Rally And Organize Over Inauguration Weekend appeared first on Pushback.

Def Leppard’s 2017 tour includes Poison, Tesla

Def Leppard has announced a huge 2017 tour that starts in New Hampshire in early April and winds its way across North America before wrapping up in Indianapolis in late June.

John Wetton to miss part of Asia's tour, Cruise to the Edge

Asia lead singer and bassist John Wetton has announced he’ll have to skip a slate of 2017 tour dates due to medical issues.

Lou Gramm confirms he’ll perform on Foreigner’s ’40’ tour date

Former lead singer Lou Gramm is telling Twitter followers that he will join Foreigner for a date on the band’s upcoming 40th anniversary tour “for a song or two.”

'CHiPs' trailer makes debut on 'Jimmy Kimmel'

Did you know there was a big-screen remake of CHiPs coming this year? Apparently, Dax Shepard and Michael Pena have decided to take on the roles made famous by Larry Wilcox ("Officer Jon Baker") and Erik Estrada ("Officer Frank “Ponch” Poncherello) in the movie and debuted the first trailer Wednesday night on …

If it doesn't really matter, then why Platinum Blonde?

Do blondes really have more fun? Well at least in the '80s, they had more hits in Canada as today we show our roots with Platinum Blonde and proclaim it Doesn't Really Matter.

This Canadian band loved slugging it out for laughs

The secrets of love remains eternal but the secret of the identify one of the more humorous bands of Canada is out as Doug and the Slugs lampoon classic American television with their fun video for Who Knows How To Make Love Stay.

A baby boomer writes the novel she always planned

Alicia Butcher Ehrhardt explains the process of getting her book published. The post A baby boomer writes the novel she always planned appeared first on BoomerCafe.

Woody Harrelson in a Star Wars movie? It’s happening

Lucasfilm has confirmed that Woody Harrelson is joining the cast of the Han Solo prequel movie that’s due in theaters next year. Entertainment Weekly confirmed the news Wednesday.

Honeymoon Suite makes us feel Canadian again

The January weather has been mighty cold for many of us, but we shouldn't complain too much as we still are warmer than our neighbors to the north in Canada. In honor of our frozen friends, let's spend a whole week (again) celebrating some of Canada's best lost songs starting with Honeymoon Suite and Feel It Again.

One Millennial View of Us — the Baby Boomers

Tucker Max is helping baby boomers understand what Millennials think about baby boomers. The post One Millennial View of Us — the Baby Boomers appeared first on BoomerCafe.

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