Austin Mayoral Candidates Celia Israel, Kirk Watson Talk Transportation, Disaster Preparation and More
NOV 21, 2022
AARP asked the Austin mayoral candidates where they stand on key issues for 50-plus voters.
NOV 17, 2022
AARP Texas has announced that Andrea Earl of Austin has joined its State-Federal Advocacy Team as an associate state director of advocacy.
NOV 14, 2022
National Nurse Practitioner Week is recognized Nov. 13-19. AARP Texas celebrates nurse practitioners as crucial players in the health care system.
NOV 11, 2022
The Texas Utility Help program has reopened to provide utility bill assistance to Texans.
NOV 9, 2022
AARP Texas focused on celebrating the beauty of Hispanic Heritage Month (HHM) with diverse events across the Lone Star State. It was a great time to provide opportunities to recognize the contributions and influences Hispanic Americans bring to the United States through historical and cultural events. From Houston to Austin, San Antonio, Dallas, and the Rio Grande Valley, all corners of the state were beaming with pride.
Para la mayoría de nosotros, nos levantamos, nos bañamos, nos vestimos, nos cepillamos los dientes y desayunamos. No pensamos dos veces en lo que tenemos que hacer a diario porque, bueno, tenemos que hacerlo. Las cosas pueden ser un poco complicadas si tienes hijos o nietos.
While many in the United States celebrate Halloween on October 31, there is another observance that begins on the same day. From October 31 through November 2, many of Latino descent observe el Día de Los Muertos or Day of the Dead. It is a Spanish tradition passed down through generations, dating back three thousand years to the Aztecs.
AARP asked Bexar County judge candidates where they stand on civic participation, housing and issues vital to voters age 50 and up.
San Antonio’s beloved “Celebrando con AARP” was back in-person. The 9th annual event was held at Traders Village on October 2 in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. The community came out strong, with more than 14,000 people getting together for a fun-filled day of dancing to live music from local Tejano bands and hearing what AARP Texas has to offer them and their families.
Dozens of baseball fans are sporting custom AARP Houston Astros jerseys after attending AARP Day at Minute Maid Park on Tuesday, September 27. Anyone who registered received a ticket to the game. AARP volunteers and staff distributed the jerseys, and other AARP branded swag during the Houston Astros and Arizona Diamondbacks matchup.
Yōkai (pronounced yo-kai) represent spooky and otherworldly phenomena in Japanese folklore. They are everything from eerie sounds in the night to fantastical beasts.
The Institute of Hispanic Culture of Houston (IHCH) held its annual gala on September 17 at the Hilton Americas, with this year's theme of "VIVA! The Gala." The stars of the evening were honorees recognized for their tireless work within the Latino community in Houston, including Director of Community Strategy for AARP Texas, Rosalinda Martinez.
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