Slade column: Are millennials really living with their parents because they spend too much on avocado toast?
With all the political and financial turmoil of the past week, you might've missed the avocado toast controversy. But it's still ripe for discussion.
Local downtown developments could survive millennials’ move to suburbs
Local developers know all about the idea of “peak millennial.” They have read the reports and heard the discussions about demographic changes that might mean fewer young people moving into cities in coming years.
Baby Boomers often rebuffed when passing down heirlooms to next generation
Have you ever offered a treasure you cherish to someone you love — only to have that person react as if you were trying to give them a tub of plutonium?
If so, there’s a good chance that a) you are a baby boomer — and, b) the recoiling recipient is your millennial or Gen X child.
Generally speaking, we boomers, born from 1946 to 1964, have always loved our stuff — and our adult children do not want it.