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Pictures of Age-Friendly Places and Programs
See what's been happening in some of the cities, towns and counties that belong to the AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities
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Aging in Place in Cold-Weather Communities
For many people, southern sunshine and warmth is no match for staying put in one's home and hometown — regardless of how low the mercury drops
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5 Questions for Betsy Hodges
Yes, the winters are very cold, but Minneapolis's mayor says the city is a very fine and increasingly fair place for older adults (and people of all ages) to reside year-round
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How to Get People Dancing in Public Places
Two octogenarians bring their fancy footwork to the supermarket — and inspire others (including the couple shown here) to do so as well
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Auburn Hills Takes Action
A Michigan city starts implementing a plan for how to become a more livable community for its older residents (and people of all ages)
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Check out this opportunity from the Citizens' Institute on Rural Design. Apply by January 12 »
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November 2015
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