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As the nation commemorates the 50th anniversary of the legendary Stonewall uprising on Sunday, June 30, AARP members can join thousands of visitors and local residents taking part in LGBTQ pride activities across New York City.
AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger New York for all ages to live, work and play. We hope you’ll join us!
The New York City Public Advocate special election is on Tuesday, February 26, 2019. AARP NY met with the candidates to get their take on important issues that affect New Yorkers including people age 50 and over.
Election Day is November 6. Do you know where your candidates stand on the issues important to you, like caregiving, transportation and economic security? Get to know your candidates for the New York State Senate District 42.
Las propuestas van desde un crédito en el impuesto estatal para gastos relacionados con el cuidado hasta la expansión de la telesalud
AARP New York invites members and guests to the screening of Angel in the City, at the New York Latino Film Festival on August 25th
Did you know that New Yorkers 50 and over make up 35% of our population but the households they head generate 50% of our GDP? That’s an over $700 billion annual contribution to the state’s economy.
During NYC Broadway Week, September 3–16, 2018, stop by the NYC Information Center—Seaport District NYC. Hornblower Cruises on the East River Waterfront Esplanade at Pier 15 (at South and John Sts.), Manhattan.
AARP is a proud sponsor of this year's Summer Stage Concert series. Stop by our booth at the concerts below and learn more about what we are doing in YOUR community. You definitely do not want to miss them!
Today, Friday the 13th, is widely known as the most unlucky day of the year. This iconic date only comes around a couple times per year, but has a special place in popular culture. It has captured the imagination of Hollywood and has become a namesake for blockbusters like Friday The 13th, the story of a bloodthirsty ghost named Jason and his famous hockey mask. But how and why did popular superstitions like Friday the 13 th start? The answers may surprise you.
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