AARP + Health IQ: Men’s Mental Health

Join rolling out’s Health IQ and AARP for an important health discussion on Men’s Mental Health on Tuesday, August 4, 2020 at 6pm EST. Featured panelists include Janet Taylor, MD, MPH, Community Psychiatrist; Kevin Dedner, Founder & CEO of Henry Health; and Ugo Iroku, MD Gastroenterologist. Tune in as this discussion will inform our community […]

AARP + Health IQ: ‘What You Need to Know About Music and Your Brain Health’

Join rolling out & AARP for an important health discussion on Brain Health & Music: “What You Need to Know About Music and Your Brain” on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at 6pm EST. Featured panelists include Doug E. Fresh, Rapper, VP of Entertainment at Hip Hop Public Health; Charles Jenkins, Multi-Award-Winning music producer and Gospel […]

AARP + Health IQ: ‘Black mental health: It’s OK to not be OK’

Join rolling out & AARP for an important health discussion on “Black Mental Health: It’s OK To Not Be OK” on Tuesday, July 7, 2020 at 6pm EST. Featured panelists include Dr. Kenyatta Stephens, infectious disease epidemiologist; Dr. Sherry Blake, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Author & Mental Health Expert; and Shanti Das, Mental Health Advocate, Music […]

AARP’s Jean Accius strives to improve lives of older adults and their progeny

Jean Accius, Ph.D., is the senior vice president of global thought leadership and international affairs for AARP. He is a nationally recognized expert on aging, longevity, health and long-term care policy, having held senior-level positions across private, public, and nonprofit sectors. He holds a bachelor’s degree in hospitality administration and a master’s degree in aging […]

Step inside AARP’s reception with Kenny Lattimore at Stellar Awards pre-show

The AARP Stellar Gospel Music Awards Pre-Show Nominee Reception was held at the Orleans Ballroom and it was a star-studded celebration of gospel’s greatest. The event was a part of the 33rd Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards which was taped in Las Vegas, Nevada, and will air on TV One tonight, Good Friday, March 30, […]

Check out the stars who stole the show on the 2018 Stellar Awards red carpet

Sisters Erica Campbell and Tina Campbell, of the gospel singing duo Mary Mary, reunited at the Kirk Franklin-hosted 33rd Annual Stellar Gospel Music Award Show, and they looked as amazing as they sounded in gold metallic and electric blue, respectively. The highly-anticipated performance was taped in Las Vegas at the Orleans Arena and hailed as […]

Tina Knowles-Lawson talks aging gracefully, living her best life at BE summit

Tina Knowles-Lawson is currently living her best life at 64. Recently, she was one of the phenomenal featured speakers at the 2018 Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit, which was held in Orlando, FL over the past week. She had an open and honest fire-side chat discussion with the lovely Caroline Clarke, the editorial director […]

HOT 97’s Circle of Sisters star-studded 10th anniversary weekend

The 10th anniversary of Circle of Sisters, presented by AARP in association with AT&T and Della Russo, showcased some of the most talented Hollywood insiders, industry experts and celebrities in the business. The event, held at the Jacob Javits, is the largest Expo in New York City celebrating women of color. The weekend kicked off with Academy Award Winner Jennifer Hudson, Johnny Gill and […]

The Harlem Fine Arts Show gallery opening in Atlanta

The Harlem Fine Arts Show in partnership with The National Black Arts Festival had it’s Opening Gala night at 200 Peachtree Street and it was a smashing success with an unforgettable evening of art, food and cocktails thanks to Dion Clarke, founder and CEO, and co-chairs Charmaine Ward (Georgia Pacific Director Community Affairs) & Erwin Carter (Acting Managing […]

Sarah Dash a music icon for 50 years and counting

After 50 years in the music industry, Sarah Dash, founding member of the iconic group LaBelle, continues to make an impact on everyone she comes in contact with. Off stage, Dash is a motivational speaker, a member of committees for the Grammys and, of course, working on her craft. Her one-woman show, Sarah Dash: One […]

AARP gets hip with Dionne Polite

When Dionne Polite took the helm as associate state director of multicultural initiatives at AARP NY four years ago, she set out to reach communities of color. Polite has engaged more people of color by creating opportunities to gain cultural experiences and educational resources through the relationships she has fostered with faith-based organizations and cultural […]

‘AARP’s’ Finest: The Sexiest Men Over 50

Sexy Men Over 50 Making it to 50 is a milestone for any man, but for a gentleman in the spotlight it could mean a decrease in appeal to his female fan base. For a few lucky fellas, however, the “fine wine” mentality comes into play and even as they inch closer to retirement, they […]

Money Advice to Help the Senior Citizens in Your Life

The recent debt ceiling debacle was but a precursor of what’s to come. Imagine the childish behavior we saw from the Washington Beltway fueled by looming elections and a national budget to be passed. Loosely interpreted, it means a group of people, whose primary interest is in keeping their jobs, has the power to further […]

Michelle Obama, Dr. Jill Biden Talk Osama Bin Laden, Military Families

With the world still surmising the details of Osama bin Laden’s death, first lady Michelle Obama and vice-presidential spouse Dr. Jill Biden gave an exclusive interview to AARP The Magazine.  The White House interview covered a wide range of topics including military families. With the 10th anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center […]