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Author Warren Adler: Perspectives on Aging

Author Warren Adler: Perspectives on Aging

Posted in Blog, Positive Aging

Warren Adler is the bestselling author of 50+ novels, hundreds of short stories, plays and essays including ‘The War of the Roses,’ ‘Private Lies’ and ‘Random Hearts’ (which was also a hit movie). His short story collection, ‘The Sunset Gang,’ was adapted into the beloved mini-series on PBS, which...

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The Summer of Love 1967 – 50 Years Later

The Summer of Love 1967 – 50 Years Later

Posted in Blog, Boomer Life

In the summer of 1967, America found itself in a very similar place to where it finds itself today, 50 years later. The country was bitterly divided, torn asunder by a generation gap; glaring racial, cultural, political, economic, educational, and lifestyle differences; a seemingly endless and possibly unwinnable war...

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Jane Fonda – An Activist for Positive Aging

Jane Fonda – An Activist for Positive Aging

Posted in Blog, Positive Aging

By Dave Price Although she misses the beginning birth year of the Boomer generation by almost a decade, award-winning actress and activist Jane Fonda, now 79, has certainly lived the life of a composite female Baby Boomer. In the 1950s, there is Jane Fonda, the dutiful daughter of famous...

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The Connection Between Springsteen, Men, Aging & Depression

By Dave Price By any measure, Bruce Springsteen appears to be the epitome of the successes possible in the American Dream, a subject which as a songwriter he has so often examined in his acclaimed work. There’s Bruce Springsteen rising from working class New Jersey roots to become the...

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Comicbooks Across the Ages – “Is A Good Thing”

Comicbooks Across the Ages – “Is A Good Thing”

Posted in Blog, Boomer Life, Legacy

By Dave Price It was Father’s Day in Washington D.C. and the line of fans, some young, some old, many of them dressed as their favorite comicbook or screen heroes, stretched over more than half of the huge main exhibit hall at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. They...

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