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Greta Pontarelli: Pole Artist & Age Disruptor – AARP
Pole artist Greta Pontarelli inspires us with her strength, artistry and can-do attitude in the unlikely art of pole dancing, which is dominated by younger women.
Take My Nose … Please!
This is a first-time documentary by filmmaker Joan Kron. It’s a seriously funny and wickedly subversive look at the role comedy has played in exposing the pressures on women to be attractive and society’s ambivalence about plastic surgery.
From the Baby Boom to the Writers Room – AARP
Dan Lyons has been a tech journalist, a satirist and even a writer on HBO’s hit series "Silicon Valley." But now he’s writing about something new: ageism. Watch the video to find out why, and hear his dream for an ageless workplace.
Helen Mirren on Breaking the Rules – AARP
Academy Award-winning actress Helen Mirren is writing her own playbook. She says she’s learned to break her own rules on a regular basis. #DisruptAging
AARP Member Benefits
What do you get from AARP? Benefits designed to enrich your life every day. You can count on us to be your trusted source for carefully selected discounts, programs, and services — and your ally for important issues like Medicare and Social Security.
Not Your Father’s Fatherhood – AARP
Regardless of the decade we grew up in, we have a lot in common with our fathers. But as the way we live changes, so too does fatherhood. Take a look at how fatherhood has evolved.
Michael Douglas Shares What He Learned From Father Kirk Douglas – AARP
Michael Douglas discusses his admiration for his father Kirk Douglas and the importance of staying active.
The Mother of All Advice - AARP
Disrupt Aging took to the streets of New York to ask everyday citizens some very important questions about their moms. Their responses are sweet, honest and at times hilarious.
Planning for the 100 Year Life — With Dr. Phil - AARP
AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins recently appeared on the Dr. Phil show, challenging the many misconceptions around what it means to be ‘old’ — and what is necessary to prepare for the 100 year life.
'Girls Trip' Movie Trailer - AARP
When four lifelong friends travel to New Orleans for the annual Essence Festival, sisterhoods are rekindled, wild sides are rediscovered, and there's enough dancing, drinking, brawling, and romancing to make the Big Easy blush.
Karina’s Story: “I Experienced a Woman’s Greatest Loss” — AARP
Karina suffered a mother’s greatest tragedy when she endured the heartache of her pregnancy ending in a stillbirth. But she channeled her pain into something positive by working with an organization called Count the Kicks.
After 27 Years, Kermit The Frog Is Getting A New Voice Actor - AARP
Kermit the Frog's longtime voice actor says Disney decided to replace him all the way back in October 2016.
Keep Your Brain Active by Doing Things You Love – AARP
The Global Council on Brain Health offers recommendations on how cognitively stimulating activities can keep your brain sharp as you age.
AARP: A Legacy of Caring
The unique story of how AARP was founded and its 60 year commitment to health, financial security and strengthening communities.
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