AARP Nevada Voices Podcast

Aacademy Awards
Janice Alpern, an AARP Nevada volunteer and coordinator of our popular Cinemaniacs movie club, runs through Sunday's Academy Awards nominations and her personal picks and point of view on who should take home the Oscar.
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The popular AARP Nevada Voices Podcast is back for its second year! We kick it off with an update on where AARP will focus its efforts in 2018.
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AARP Nevada announced today it has hired Jacqueline Barnett as its newest Community Outreach Director based in its Las Vegas state office.
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Turning 50 hasn't changed the way this veteran actor approaches his role in Phantom of the Opera, which makes its way to Las Vegas.
AARP Nevada Voices Podcast
Like most of you, the AARP Nevada Voices Podcast finds it impossible to escape the recent news of a new proposed health care bill in front of Congress that has been dubbed the "repeal and replace" of the Affordable Care Act.
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In our third episode, our second in February, AARP Nevada volunteer Doug Verb joins us for an entertaining and fun discussion about his background and his volunteer work. Verb, co-founder of the Major Indoor Soccer League, and sports communications and marketing consultant, talks about his colorful career. From being a major newspaper reporter, to running sports leagues, Verb has great stories about the people and places that were a part of his career. He also discusses why he volunteers at AARP and the importance of giving back.
Nevada Legislature
What are the key issues facing our members and Nevadans 50+ and their caregivers during this session of the Nevada Legislature? We talk to AARP Nevada's Director of Government Relations Barry Gold about those issues.
In an effort to provide new and innovative ways to connect with our 300,000 plus members in Nevada, along with the surrounding communities, AARP Nevada has launched its first-ever regular podcast - Nevada Voices.
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