No place to call home: for middle-class seniors aging in place, a dilemma

Forty-two years ago, David and Joan Brumberg traveled to Ithaca from their home in Geneva to have dinner at Moosewood Restaurant for the first time.

Joan, who had visited Ithaca several times before, loved the city. She thought that Ithaca was “more liberal and more sophisticated, with better restaurants” than Geneva. “It wasn’t like it is now,” Joan said, “but it was just culturally richer.”

On the ride home, the pair decided to move to Ithaca. Read about their transition at the Ithaca Voice.

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