Monthly Archives: July 2016

  • don murray 1951 photo, donald murray, american actor, writer, director, producer, octogenarian, senior citizen, married hope lange, divorced korean war veteran, 1950s movies, a hatful of rain, the bachelor party, bus stop, marilyn monroe costar, married betty johnson, wife bettie johnson, son christopher murray, daughter patricia murray, costars lee remick, steve mcqueen costar, 1960s movies, baby the rain must fall, advise and consent, 1960s television shows, 1960s westerns, the outcasts, costar otis young, broadway actor, baby boomer fans, 1970s tv shows, how the west was won, knots landing, 50+, angie dickinson, barbara eden, stillwatch, the stepford children, peggy sue got married, john derek friend, childish things, septuagenarian, twin peaks, call me by my rightful name, 87th birthday, 80s, retired, retiring

    Actor, writer, director, producer, and octogenarian senior citizen Don Murray was born on July 31, 1929 in Hollywood, California. Murray’s show business parents (Mom a Ziegfeld girl, Dad a stage manager, singer and dancer) had migrated to Hollywood in 1928 to work in the new “talkie” movies, but with the advent of the Depression after […]

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  • paul anka 1960, canadian singer, actor, dan raven guest star

    Nine of the best songs from Paul Anka, and his story: Diana, You Are My Destiny, Lonely Boy, Put Your Head On My Shoulder, Puppy Love, You’re Having My Baby, One Man Woman, One Woman Man, I Don’t Like To Sleep Alone, Times Of Your Life. Canadian singer-songwriter, sometime actor, and septuagenarian senior citizen Paul […]

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  • techboomers, technology for seniors, older adults, seniors technology, internet for seniors, technology tips for seniors, audible, what is audible, how to use audible, audible tips for seniors, audiobooks

    Audible article source: What is Audible? by TechBoomers.com Sometimes, it’s nice to just kick back, relax, and read a good book.  However, not everyone is the biggest fan of reading, and there are times where you don’t have time to sit down and pick up a book. For people like that, there are audiobooks, books […]

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  • senior drivers, safety tips, older adults, driving abilities, driving safely

    According to the CDC, age-related declines in vision and cognitive functioning (ability to reason and remember), as well as physical changes (such as arthritis or reduced strength), may affect some older adults’ driving abilities. The safety tips below may help to save the life of you or another driver, and allow you to continue driving […]

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  • norman lear, nonagenarian, senior citizen, 94th birthday, dashing, daring, and debonair, herbie j pilato, all in the family, maude, good times, the jeffersons,

    Nonagenarian senior citizen and legendary television sitcom producer Norman Lear turns 94 on July 27, 1922. Enjoy this Norman Lear chapter excerpt below from the new book by Herbie J. Pilato (publishers Rowman & Littlefield), DASHING, DARING, AND DEBONAIR: TV’s Top Male Icons from the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s. Norman Lear All in the Family/Maude/Good Times/The Jeffersons […]

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  • peripheral artery disease, pad, circulatory problem, narrowed arteries, peripherl arterial disease, arteries, reduced blood flow, older, aging, senior, 50+, diabetic, risks, poor circulation, claudication, pain in legs, pain in hip, pain in buttock, pain in thigh, clogged artery, blocked artery, numbness, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity, overweight

    Peripheral artery disease (also called peripheral arterial disease or PAD) is a common circulatory problem in which narrowed arteries reduce blood flow to limbs (ie, legs), according to experts at the Mayo Clinic and the Canadian Society for Vascular Surgery (CSVS). Peripheral artery disease is also likely to be a sign of a more widespread […]

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  • memorial service music, funeral memorial service music, celebration of life songs, celebrate life, memories of loved ones, baby boomer music, seniors, baby boomers, gerry and the pacemakers, youll never walk alone, liverpool football club, jerry lewis telethon, claramae turner, carousel, louis armstrong, judy garland, gene vincent, shirley bassey, ray charles, doris day, jackie wilson, the righteous brothers, elvis presley, tom jones

    Is there a song (or a few) that you’d want played at your own funeral memorial service or celebration of life gathering, for the people that are remembering and thinking of you after you’re gone? Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein wrote the song You’ll Never Walk Alone in for their new Broadway musical Carousel (1945). Over […]

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  • donald sutherland 2012, canadian actor, senior citizen

    Donald Sutherland Part Four: Pride & Prejudice to The Hunger Games (2005-2016) Donald Sutherland hasn’t let becoming a septuagenarian senior citizen in 2005 slow him down – accumulating another 36 acting credits (so far) in his “senior senior citizen” years. In 2005 Sutherland had 4 movies released, including the independent drama Fierce People (2005) co-starring […]

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  • donald sutherland 2005, canadian actor, older, senior citizen

    Donald Sutherland Part Three: JFK to The Italian Job (1990-2004) The 1990’s saw now 55+ Donald Sutherland’s movie roles increasing in quantity and quality over the 1980’s and his younger years. In Bethune: The Making of a Hero (1990), he starred as Canadian anti-facist and medical innovator Dr. Norman Bethune.  The cast of Bethune: The […]

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  • donald sutherland 1981, canadian actor, younger, 1980s movie actor

    Donald Sutherland Part Two: Casanova & Ordinary People (1974-1989) After living together for two years, Francine Racette and Donald Sutherland had their first son, Roeg Sutherland (b. Feb 1974 in Los Angeles, California). According to Time Magazine, Sutherland helped deliver the baby and took paternity leave – trailblazing for fathers in the early 1970’s. Roeg […]

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