Glenn Close, Shirley MacLaine, Mahershala Ali and other stars celebrated AARP’s Movies for Grownups Awards. Hosted by Martin Short, the show honored last year’s greatest achievements in moviemaking.
Super saver Cindy Livesey clipped her debt with savvy couponing techniques, and now she’s sharing her secrets to success with 488,000 deal-seekers on Facebook.
The legendary musician looks back at the history of Motown on its 60th anniversary. He shares memories, explains why he quit retirement and more.
'Date My Grandma' Trailer — Dating Series From AARP
A grandchild searches for the right person to set up on a blind date with their grandparent in each episode of this dating series from AARP Studios.
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Flu Season is Here: Protect Yourself From Harmful Germs
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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
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."
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