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Rediscovering a Passion for Music
After the housing market crashed, Robert Rudolph, 53, left his formerly prosperous career as a mortgage broker to pursue his first love: choir music. (AARP)
Snowbirds Hockey: Retirees on Ice
From all walks of life, Florida retirees have more fun playing ice hockey than you can shake a shtick at. (AARP)
Eric Bressi on Being Elvis
Yep, the King of Rock 'n' Roll is alive and well ... and spends his days entertaining in nursing homes. (AARP)
Filling the Gap
Hundreds of uninsured show up for a weekend of free dental care at the Colorado Dental Association's "Mission of Mercy." (AARP)
Boxing Against Parkinson's
Kristy Rose Follmar uses punching bags to improve patients' confidence and combat the progression of this debilitating disease. (AARP)
Silverton Saves Its Paper
A local Colorado historical society rescues a small town's beloved century-old weekly publication on the brink of closure. (AARP)
A Good Life; A Good Death
When Henry Elliot's cancer treatments stopped being effective, the quality of his final days improved dramatically with the help of hospice care. (AARP)
85 and Still Kicking
Dorothy Dale Kloss, of the Fabulous Palm Spring Follies, holds the Guinness record for being the world's oldest performing showgirl. (AARP)
A Meaningful New Mission
Retired Navy officer Rick Koca founded Stand Up for Kids to help homeless teens. In the process of changing their lives, he reinvented his own. (AARP)
A Day With Francisco
Retirement didn't suit him, so 71-year old Francisco Cardoza went back to work as a cheerful pharmacy greeter and interpreter. Customers are glad he did. (AARP)