Viral this week on YouTube: Aretha! Watch.
Author: Aaron Santis
For 24 hours, friends of Senior Planet are eligible for a ticket discount at DOC NYC, a springboard for documentaries that will open nationwide. Check out the best of the senior-themed docs.
Artist Faith Ringgold wanted to keep her mind active as she aged – but Sudoku wasn’t much to look at, so she created her first app, a beautiful brain teaser.
Brandon Stanton gets to the heart of the NY attitude on his blog Humans of New York – no more so than in his street portraits of seniors.
Richard Nelson returns to the Public with the final installment in his acclaimed Apple Family Plays – a hot ticket!
In the ’80s, she gathered 400 older women in a shopping mall to discuss aging. This week, Lacy creates her first public work in NYC.
Reserve spots while you can for next weekend’s annual Open House New York – two days of architectural fetishism.
A political ad in Massachusetts that writes a new page in the annals of the generation gap has gone viral, generating hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube.