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AARP The Magazine June/July 2024

Jon Bon Jovi shares details about his upcoming album and how aging is influencing his musical career


The June/July 2024 issue of AARP The Magazine gives readers a closer look into the lives of favorite celebrities and reveals some of the biggest trends of 2024.

Legendary rock star Jon Bon Jovi, on the cover of ATM’s June/July 2024 issue, shares details about his upcoming album and how aging is influencing the next stage in his musical career. This issue’s Upfront series showcases six surprising insights about actress Diane Lane, including her acclaimed resurgence in the entertainment industry. Emmy-award-winning actor Bobby Cannavale reveals how his younger sons sparked a change of his workaholic tendencies. Additionally, ATM delves into the distressing living conditions faced by older Americans along the coasts of New Jersey and Florida, while AARP offers practical tips on fortifying homes against floods.

Plus the issue includes eight health signals found on our nails and knuckles that could indicate underlying ailments, and accompanying expert insights and prevention tips; how to discuss menopause in the workplace; and how to bridge the money-knowledge gaps in marriages so couples can better manage finances together.


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Past Issues of AARP The Magazine

April/May 2024

In this issue, Brooke Shields ponders aging, embraces body positivity and maintains an optimistic outlook; plus the joys of solo living  and navigating inheritance matters







Feb/March 2024

In this issue, Robert De Niro reflects on American history, fatherhood and the methods to his magic; plus Movies for Grownups Awards, reducing money risks.







Dec 2023/Jan 2024

In this issue, Ringo Starr on brotherhood and The Beatles, the extraordinary connection between music and the mind, and small U.S. cities with big retirement potential.






Oct/Nov 2023

In this issue, Henry Winkler shares the story behind his self-reinvention, plus new medical breakthroughs changing the future for older Americans.






Aug/Sept 2023

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.






June/July 2023

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.






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