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Sixty years after Ed Sullivan, the Beatles’ heartbeat holds forth on moptop mania, hairdressing, broccoli — and hope springing eternal
Henry Winkler’s 6 Lessons of Reinvention
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Sheryl Lee Ralph Shares Her Wisdom
‘Abbott Elementary’ star is crafting a life of joy
Jeff Bridges Reflects on His Cancer, COVID Battle
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The Curious Mind of Diane Keaton
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Meet Hollywood’s Latest Fangirls
Tomlin, Fonda, Field and Moreno on their new comedy
An extra, digital-only edition that explores aging across a wide range of reports
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The Grammy winner discusses her musical heroes, her big hit song and her unconventional voice
You can skip the peak-season crowds and prices
The actor discusses driving fast, Barbie — and speaking out
The holidays are a time for family — and that often includes ‘fur babies’
Are Weight Loss Drugs Risky for Older Adults?
Life Lessons From Dance Legend Judith Jamison
Comfort Shoes You Can Really Use
High School Sweethearts Find Love Again, 47 Years Later
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The ‘Today’ cohost lets us peek at his grocery list and tells us his favorite place to shop
When someone can’t finish a project due to death or illness, they step in to help loved ones find closure
When aging eyes meet nighttime roadways, driving can be hazardous. Here’s how you can travel safer
For the 60th anniversary of the march, attendees share their memories of the nation-changing event
What emerged from a simple party in 1973 has evolved into a global cultural movement
New research is changing the future for older Americans. Here’s a sampling of the good news
Police and others made it easy for a serial killer to continue his spree against older women
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