Baby Boomers Suburbia: Yesterday and Tomorrow

The future of Baby
Boomer suburbia has never been so uncertain. High gas prices, long
commutes, and poor community amenities, combined with recent high
foreclosures, could leave the outer suburbs stigmatized by inferior
quality and lower-income residents. Other close-in cities, including
Pasadena, may fare much better because of their better efficiencies in
transportation and closer proximity to jobs and services. Now on the
threshold of retirement, what lies ahead for the Baby Boomers and for
the neighborhoods they now occupy? Seating is limited to 60; please
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