COLUMN: A visit to the Boomer Museum leaves Grandson mystified.
COLUMN: Because life has changed so much in the last half century, Baby Boomers may want to heed a new set of rules: the yabba dabba don’ts.
COLUMN: The truth is, these arbitrary age rules are balderdash. We should take people one at a time.
COLUMN: I’m happy with my odometer. I look the way I do because I traveled many roads, not all paved.
COLUMN: In 1946, the first Baby Boomer year, United States was a hopping place. The country was emerging from the sacrifice and deprivation of World War II and the Great Depression, which despite its name most people considered fair to middling.
COLUMN: We also built character by walking uphill both ways nine miles to school in snow up to our ear holes. Of course, we were only 3 feet tall.
Baby Boomers are at a strange time of life.