Category Archives: Travel

  • techboomers, technology for seniors, older adults, seniors technology, internet for seniors, technology tips for seniors, how to tips, tripping.com, what is tripping, how to use tripping, tripping tips for seniors, comparing tripping listing prices

    Tripping.com article source: What is Tripping.com? + How Tripping.com Works by TechBoomers.com What is Tripping.com? + How Tripping.com Works Booking a rental property instead of a hotel can be a fun way to get a different experience when you’re away on vacation, and maybe even save some money.  But there are lots of different booking websites out there, […]

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  • valentines day, kittens, cats, happy valentines day

    Sometimes love comes from (and in) the most unexpected places. These affectionate kittens and cats are sending their Valentine’s Day love, hugs and kisses your way. Wishing you a Happy Valentine’s Day from Senior City.  

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  • roy orbison, blind singer, evergreen, 1960s, 1950s, 1970s

    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? The video montage is set to Roy Orbison‘s haunting vocal for the love song Evergreen. Evergreen, written by Joe Tanner and […]

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  • green acres, 1960s sitcoms, 1970s tv shows, arnold ziffell, arnold the pig, farmers, eddie albert, actors, eva gabor, actress, oliver wendell douglas, lisa douglas, hooterville, senior citizens, 50+

    Q1. Who was Arnold Ziffel on the CBS sitcom Green Acres (1965-1971)?  Q2. Which actor on Green Acres is a farmer in real life, and the only surviving regular cast member (as of February 2016)? Both Eddie Albert (as Oliver Wendell Douglas) & Eva Gábor (as Lisa Douglas) were in all 170 episodes of Green Acres between […]

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  • richard hatch, actor, movies, television, streets of san francisco, battlestar galactica, dead mans curve, jan berry, captain apollo, younger, older, 1960s, 1980s

    Septuagenarian American writer, producer, and actor Richard Hatch has passed away on February 7, 2017 at the age of 71, from pancreatic cancer. Below, Richard Hatch in his younger years, and more recently.   (Richard Hatch Photo Sources: Pinterest | Photo Montage: Senior City) Richard Hatch was born on May 21, 1945 in Santa Monica, California. […]

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  • techboomers, technology for seniors, older adults, seniors technology, internet for seniors, technology tips for seniors, how to tips, 10 best websites like youtube, what is dailymotion, what is vimeo, what is metacafe, what is maker.tv, what is hulu, what is amazon instant video, what is vudu, what is mgo, what is netflix, what is itunes, online video website tips for seniors

    Best 10 Websites Like YouTube article source: Best 10 Websites Like YouTube by TechBoomers.com  (Photo: Jens Kreuter) YouTube.com leapt to the forefront of the online video revolution shortly after its creation in 2005, and is still one of the prime websites for easy and free access to both professional and amateur video content.  Whether you’re […]

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  • the adventures of the black stallion, walter farley, the black stallion, richard ian cox, alec ramsay, henry daily, mickey rooney, man o'war, baby boomers, senior citizen, septuagenarian, seniors

    If you’re a horse lover looking for some great movies that feature horses, check out some favorite horse movies from years gone by that baby boomers and seniors may remember: The Electric Horseman (1979) starring Robert Redford as a drunken former rodeo champ/cowboy and Jane Fonda as the reporter who follows him on his quest to release […]

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  • john hurt, english actor, 2011, died jan 25 2017, movies, television

    English actor John Hurt (CBE) has died from pancreatic cancer on January 25, 2017 at the age of 77. After announcing in June 2015 that he had pancreatic cancer and would continue working through treatment, in October that year he said it was in remission. John Hurt leaves behind his wife, Anwen Rees-Myers, 3 ex-wives (Annette Robertson, Donna […]

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  • joni mitchell, singer, songwriter, both sides now, 1960s, 1970s, folk singer, senior citizen

    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? Canadian singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell has said that Both Sides Now was inspired when she was on an airplane and looked down on the clouds; […]

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  • mary tyler moore show, tv series, 70s television, actress

    American actress Mary Tyler Moore has died at the age of 80 today on January 25, 2017. Born in Brooklyn, New York City on December 29, 1936, Mary Tyler Moore married for the first time at the age of 18 in 1955, to Richard Carlton Meeker. Their son Richard Meeker Jr. was born in July […]

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