The February/March 2024 issue of AARP The Magazine (ATM) gives readers a closer look into the lives of their favorite celebrities while revealing some of the biggest trends of 2024.
Robert De Niro, two-time Academy Award winner and AARP Movies for Grownups® best supporting actor, is not one to look back — despite an illustrious 60-year career. The legendary actor reveals the tenderness behind his tough exterior as he reflects on life as a father and surprises readers with his career’s proudest moments.
Former professional volleyball player Gabby Reece and big-wave surfer Laird Hamilton are the ultimate power couple on the cover of ATM’s special fitness section. Iconic singer and legendary EGOT winner Cher shares 5 life lessons she’s learned from her expansive career, from giving into love to the importance of persistence. And following the release of the 10th season of his PBS celebrity genealogy show Finding Your Roots, acclaimed Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. shares his own story.
Plus, money risks are inevitable in today’s crazy financial world, but we’ve created a unique four-part plan for reducing money risks. And when you live alone, it’s important to know how to handle potential crises. Whether your concern is a medical emergency or someone breaking into your home, health and safety professionals offer insight into the best practices for dealing with dire emergencies.
Past Issues of AARP The Magazine
In this issue, Ringo Starr reflects on brotherhood and The Beatles, the extraordinary connection between music and the mind and small U.S. cities with big retirement potential.
In this issue, Henry Winkler shares the story behind his self-reinvention, plus new medical breakthroughs changing the future for older Americans.
In this issue, Sheryl Lee Ralph shares her long journey to overnight success and Terry Bradshaw talks about how faith fuels his fight against cancer.
In this issue, Jeff Bridges opens up about his cancer battle, Ann-Margret on her ‘electrifying’ duets with Elvis, plus we're celebrating 50 years of hip-hop.
In this issue, Graham Nash on reconciling with David Crosby, Chita Rivera is embracing turning 90 and a money quiz to test how well you know your financial health.
In this issue, Tom Brady talks retirement and his future, Sam Waterston discusses the urgency of climate change, plus how to start your own sexual revolution at any age.
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