Writer Leslie Handler’s life seems ruled by her smarter Apples.
A California boomer remembers the funny and melancholy sides of the renowned entertainer.
Erin O’Brien writes about the kindness of strangers.
Cindy Baker Burnett views into the early days of baby boomerhood.
BoomerCafé’s Greg Dobbs has learned, “finishing wins.”
Larry Lefkowitz thinks ‘It would be nice to die young … at an old age.
One famous baby boomer copes with a huge and irreplaceable loss.
Writer Larry Checco looks at food and decides to walk.
Is a baby boomer’s age an asset or a liability?
The National Institutes of Health may be the best employer for people over 50.
Veteran newspaperman Garret Mathews, a vanishing breed.
Isabella Bannerman is making her mark as a feisty cartoonist.
Sorry to say … all of us are closer to retirement than our youth.
Seven gorgeous and easy places to retire abroad.
We like what Mark Saunders does. He teaches other boomers.
Social Security is a critical part of how most people handle their retirement finances.
A look into Carrier Slocomb’s new book, “The Great Great Blue.”
Author Claude Nougat sees retirement as a golden opportunity for a second life.
A baby boomer turns potentially bad memories into good insights.
BoomerCafé contributor Lorie Eber’s “how-to” entry guide on ebook publishing.
Visiting LBJ’s library is like visiting a time capsule.
Two baby boomers enjoy Cordoba’s festivities.
Florence and Mike are part of a movement of boomers exploring the world.
Boomer world explorers come upon Europe’s largest salt lakes.