The June/July 2023 issue of AARP The Magazine (ATM) reminds readers that age is evolution — from hip-hop celebrating its 50th year as a cultural movement to your favorite celebrities reflecting on the wisdom they’ve gained over the years.
Emmy Award-winning singer and actress Ann-Margret shares why she doesn’t like talking about her relationship with Elvis and how she reacted to being spoofed on Saturday Night Live. New York Times best-selling author Elin Hilderbrand reveals that she is coming to the end of her beloved 22-book series of Nantucket summer novels and is about to start new adventures. And 50 years after a back-to-school party in the Bronx became a phenomenon, we celebrate the lasting impact and incredible legacy of hip-hop music and the culture it created.
Plus, how to perform a comprehensive self-exam just by looking in the mirror; how stress affects older bodies differently than in your 20s or 30s; the secret escapes of several prominent Americans; and a look into how the death of a patient led to the discovery of health insurance fraud that investigators said totaled about $80 million stolen from insurers and Medicare.
Past Issues of AARP The Magazine
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.
In this issue, Geena Davis talks about the need for female presidents, Donna Mills serves up secrets to success, and we dive into the dangers of ageism in the justice system.
In this issue, Adam Sandler gets philosophical about aging, actor Harry Hamlin talks trusting your gut and ’70s icon Linda Ronstadt reflects on her family and health.
In this issue, Tyler Perry talks parenthood, Kelly Ripa celebrates her 50th birthday, and ‘Rolling Stone’ editor Jann Wenner shares backstage gossip.
In this issue, country music’s biggest stars celebrate what America means to them this Independence Day.
In this issue, Liam Neeson talks about his lead role in ‘Memory,’ Selma Blair shares why asking for help isn’t a weakness and Michael Strahan reveals his secret for relaxing.
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