The two play a mother and daughter dealing with the challenges of Alzheimer’s in their new film “What They Had.” They reveal what they’ve learned as they’ve both gotten older to take on roles beyond the “pretty girl.”
Suze Orman opens up the vault to talk about her defining moments, her relationship with her mother and her personal estate plan.
Oscar-winning actress Rita Moreno has never been happier. In this behind-the-scenes interview, she gets candid about refusing to be typecast, being Hispanic in Hollywood and #MeToo.
Squirrels, hugs, hikes — there’s a day dedicated to literally everything. But AARP dedicates today to you. Can we do that? We just did.
Aretha Franklin’s ‘Stand Up for Yourself’ Song — AARP
The Queen of Soul performed the exclusive song for AARP in 2007 as part of a campaign theme for the Divided We Fail Coalition, an effort that established guiding principles for what was to become national health reform.
Actress Jane Krakowski on Her Father's Dementia — AARP
Actress Jane Krakowski opens up about her late father’s battle with dementia in hopes that it will bring comfort to others and promote further research. #DisruptDementia
Dinner with Don: Jimmy Kimmel Goes Deep With Don Rickles — AARP
The best career advice Jimmy Kimmel ever got was from Don Rickles. In this episode of "Dinner with Don," the two friends talk about what Jimmy initially wanted to be when he grew up, the secrets to life, and how Don got the nickname "Mr. Warmth."
Disrupt Aging: Implications of Living to 100 — AARP
Imagine yourself at 100. Hard to picture, isn’t it? Now imagine living to 100 as the new norm. Here are highlights from a daylong AARP conference where world-renowned experts discuss the opportunities and consequences of longer lives.
How Modeling Has Changed for Beverly Johnson’s Daughter
Supermodel Beverly Johnson and her daughter, Anansa Sims, talk about how the modeling industry has become more diverse and age-inclusive since Beverly's groundbreaking 1974 Vogue cover.
Emmy-Winner Nicole Kidman Crushes This Speech Empowering Women — AARP
Acting roles for women used to be limited after a certain age. But that’s changing, and Nicole Kidman is challenging Hollywood to continue the trend.
Access+Ability: Solution-Driven Social Impact Design — AARP
An exhibition at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York showcases solutions by and for people with disabilities that are beautiful, innovative and elegant.
The Game Unites Us: Jumping In With Both Feet — AARP
Frankie Bigony, who started playing soccer at 65, finally found the connection to team sports she’d been missing her entire life.
The Game Unites Us: Finding Love on the Pitch— AARP
A chance encounter on a soccer field 25 years ago brought Nancy and Carlos Villalta together, and the game is still at the foundation of their love and their family.
107-Year-Old and His Five-Generation Family — AARP
A rare reunion brings together five generations of the Newcomer family — from 107-year-old Ike to 1-year-old Knox — reflecting on relationships, history and the future.
Too Old to Get a Tattoo? — AARP
Cancer survivor Kathy Stokes won’t be defined by what she supposedly can or can’t do at a certain age.
Too Old to Run a 50-Mile Race? — AARP
Runner Bill Horne doesn’t listen to ageist comments. His philosophy: Prove them wrong. At age 51, he took on a challenge to run an ultramarathon.