AARP founder Ethel Percy Andrus was ahead of her time. She was talking about aging in place 50 years before anyone else. She also established the first of what is now known as retirement communities.
She went from teacher to high school principal to senior advocate.
Read this great article from the Fillmore Gazette (Calif.) about a museum exhibit, “Ethel Percy Andrus: How One Woman Changed America” in Ojai, Calif.
Images via the Grey Gables Archives and AARP Archives.
HAPPY 72nd BIRTHDAY, SIR JAMES PAUL McCARTNEY!
Thanks for all the wonderful music ♡
+1 from us: Want a deep look back at Paul’s life? Slide the rule here to 1942.
A photographer’s images document a summer of liberation 70 years ago. American John G. Morris, who now lives in Paris, is a former picture editor for theNew York Times and Ladies’ Home Journal. During World War II, he was the London picture editor for Life magazine. After D-Day, in the summer of 1944, the 27-year-old Morris joined the Allied armies in Normandy. “It was about the only time I carried a camera,” he says. Morris’ new book of his photographs is Somewhere in France.
Happy Birthday, Tony Goldwyn. And yes—we’ll wait for you.
Mick Jagger is a GREAT-grandfather … and he has better game than you, at 70!
Photo: Kevin Nixon/Classic Rock Magazine/TeamRock via Getty Images for Rolling Stone Magazine
Soon you’ll be able to reread the story of Boo Radley, Scout and Atticus Finch on your tablet or e-reader. Thank you, Harper Lee.
Released date set for July 8.
How we reacted when we heard #GeorgeClooney got engaged.
30 years ago today …