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Bob Dylan Launches New Album Through — AARP?

The times they are a-changin’. Indeed. Bob Dylan, the voice of a generation, knows where his generation is nowadays. According to the New York Post, Dylan sought out AARP magazine as the place to launch hi latest album. “They sought us out,” said AARP Magazine editor Bob Love. At first, it may have seemed like a mistake. Love had spent …

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AARP “Movies For Grownups” 2014 List Revealed

AARP The Magazine announced in January that they were giving the film Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit their seal of approval for their list of “Movies For Grownups”, and now they’ve revealed their full list of movies from the past year. The film list began as a way for the organization to single out movies that can be enjoyed by an …

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AARP Starts New Travel Site For Those 50 And Older

AARP, the membership organization for those who are age 50 or older, has started its own travel site that contains numerous features to help its members find and locate the destination that is right for them. The website, called AARP Travel, has destination guides, articles and tips, a trip finder, and a section that lists AARP member discounts. The trip …

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AARP Survey: Certain Profiles at Higher Risk of Online Fraud

A new report by the AARP has collectively identified the key behaviors and life experiences that cause a certain group to fall victim to online fraud. According to a recent report titled  “Caught in the Scammer’s Net,” 34 million people are at higher risks of scams if they open an email from an unfamiliar sender, sign up for free trial offers, …

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Susan Sarandon: Involved in a New Relationship?

Is Susan Sarandon in a relationship with Jonathan Bricklin? The two appeared together in December during a meeting of New York’s Hudson Union Society, as seen in the video clip above, and they are co-investors of a ping pong bar in New York City called SPiN. People have speculated for a while that more was going on between the two. …

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AARP Starts Promoting Movies for Older Adults

Just because a movie is rated R or PG-13 doesn’t mean it will appeal to an older demographic. Certain websites recommend movies that are appropriate for families, but what about those in the older age bracket? This is something the AARP decided to address when they started the Movies for Grownups Seal. While AARP has given out Movies for Grownups …

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AARP Says Jack Ryan Is Great For People Over 50

We all know the rating system for films; from G to X to everything in between, the combination of letters and numbers helps us determine what is appropriate for which age group. But a lot of people don’t realize that there’s a way to choose movies for people over 50, and “Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit” has made the cut. The …

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AARP And Social Security Benefits

If you’re not 50 or older, you may not be interested in AARP – the American Association of Retired Persons. AARP is a group designed to help retirees with their financial lives after the age of retirement – 62 years old. The requirement to join this advocacy group for older folks heading into retirement age is that you have reached …

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Home Insurance: The Hartford Extends AARP Program

In a press-release earlier today, The Hartford announced plans to extend its agreement with AARP (formerly the American Association of Retired Persons) to offer home and auto insurance to its memebers for 3 more years: “For many years, The Hartford has provided valuable auto and home insurance products and exceptional customer service to our members. We are pleased to announce …

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Michael J. Fox on His Career, His Family, and a Sense of Humor

Over a decade after Spin City ended its five-year run, Michael J. Fox is coming back to network TV. Last fall, NBC announced that it had picked up a new network comedy starring Michael J. Fox. The actor will star in a role that mirrors his own life, including his Parkinson’s Disease. Fox took to the pages of the latest …

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Microsoft, AARP Making Health Info Easier to Collect & Share

Microsoft and AARP have joined for a project that looks to make it easier for people over the age of 50 to manage health information and dispense it to family and healthcare providers. The service, AARP Health Record, which will be free to AARP members, will allow people to access their health information from any Internet connection. AARP Vice President …

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