Stars Shine at Home for Movies for Grownups Awards
George Clooney, Anthony Hopkins and more accepted AARP’s Movies for Grownups Awards during a broadcast that included TV categories for the first time.
Michael Douglas on His Work and Powerhouse Costars
Actor Michael Douglas discusses why he chooses roles that provide “food for thought” and how he feels “blessed” to work with dynamic women on screen.
Don't Miss the Movies for Grownups Awards on PBS
On Sunday, March 28, Hoda Kotb hosts the Movies for Grownups Awards with AARP The Magazine, airing on PBS "Great Performances" at 8 p.m./7 p.m. CT.
Tony Bennett Keeps Singing With Alzheimer’s
The legendary singer’s wife, Susan Benedetto, breaks the family’s silence on his diagnosis and reveals how continuing to make music has saved him.
George Clooney on Living a Life That Fills Your Heart
Actor George Clooney reflects on life during the pandemic, writing letters to his family and how COVID-19 changed his film “The Midnight Sky.”
Life Lessons From the Queen
You may wonder how Queen Elizabeth II stays so vital at 94 years old. She lives by a handful of simple rules, which you can easily implement in your lifestyle. Want to live more like the queen? Here’s how.
AARP The Magazine Presents: Life Lessons From the Queen
AARP and actress Jane Seymour are pleased to present a live, interactive discussion during which we will learn valuable lessons from the life of 94-year-old Queen Elizabeth II.
Bruce Springsteen Records “Letter to You” Live From Home
Bruce Springsteen shares what it was like to reunite with the E Street Band and record his album “Letter to You” live in his garage.
Introducing the 2020 AARP Superstar Winner
After months of judging and multiple rounds of public voting, we are excited to announce AARP Superstar Maggie Delaney-Potthoff!
Kevin Costner Reflects on His Western Roles
Kevin Costner reflects on his three decades of making westerns, including Oscar-winning “Dances with Wolves,” and why he keeps coming back to the West.
Live Q&A Event With AARP and the Property Brothers
AARP The Magazine welcomed the Property Brothers, Drew and Jonathan Scott, for a live interactive discussion about stay-at-home renovation questions.
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