Viral this week on YouTube: Aretha! Watch.
Author: K. Leander Williams
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.
Don’t delay – these free and almost-free tickets won’t last long.
Grandparents, be careful how you sign your Facebook posts – unless you want to be mistaken for a well known hip-hop DJ.
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.
Book ahead for art and theater opening soon in NYC.
Two events coming up soon in NYC are likely to sell out fast. Grab tickets while you can.
Two productions opening soon in the city are likely to sell out fast. Grab tickets while you can.
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.
Tickets are likely to go fast for this performance piece in BAM’s intimate new Fisher Theater
Reserve spots while you can for next weekend’s annual Open House New York – two days of architectural fetishism.
Reservations will go fast for these two NYC events: open rehearsals at an iconic downtown theater and a special Senior Planet event – the start of something new.
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.