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February 2018 Newsletter
Love: It’s Good for the Brain - and It’s Conquering the -isms.
Love On the Brain: Sure, Love Makes You Feel Good.
But Did You Know It Makes You Smart?
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Stories from around the web that we've enjoyed in the last weeks.
Love Has No Bounds: The New Dating Scene Connects Across Race, Gender — and Now Age
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Trading Places: When Grandad’s a DJ and Grandkids are Knitting Winter Scarves
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Then Versus Now: Check Out These Throwback Moments. We’ve Come a Long Way, Baby!
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Kim Kardashian’s Having a Casting Call for Her New Cosmetic Line: All Ages Apply!
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Meet Some of Our Extraordinary Disruptors
“I’m not done yet!” says AARP Purpose Prize winner, Dr. Cynthia Barnett.

Her nonprofit, Amazing Girls Science, teaches over 500 girls a year about science and engineering — fields where women are underrepresented.
What’s Going on With Disrupt Aging
From Left to Right: Shaila Scott (WBLS-FM), Toya Beasley (103.9FM), Cheryl Wills (NY1), Judy Torres (WKTU-FM) — Credit: AARP New York Reggie Nance (AARP NY) — Credit:
AARP New York

From left to right: Judy Torres, Helen Little (LiteFM) — Credit: AARP New York

“Divas of Radio” Unite!
AARP gathered four female legends of New York City radio for a panel discussion on Disrupt Aging. All-star radio personalities: Shaila Scott (WBLS-FM), Judy Torres (WKTU-FM), Toya Beasley (103.9FM), and Helen Little (LiteFM) came together for a lively, hour-long conversation moderated by NY1 news anchor Cheryl Wills about how they are Disrupting Aging and what it means to be “seasoned sisters” in the entertainment and news business. The event, hosted in Lincoln Center’s Kaplan Penthouse, was attended by nearly 200 people and was streamed live on Facebook.
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