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I guess when i have to dress up i will but most of the time i won't . My love for music is so great that I would rather be blind than go deaf.
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I like to stay active and enjoy the outdoors as much as I can, because otherwise, I can easily turn into a workaholic.
And that’s a good thing.” AARP Connecticut recently hosted a free screening of the movie in … ) — Love will be in the air in the city of Bridgeport, CT on Wednesday, September 10, 2014.
AARP Connecticut is hosting a free movie screening and reception for The Age of Love – a new documentary that follows a group of intrepid seniors as they participate in a first-of-its-kind speed-dating event exclusively for 70-90 year-olds.
White Eagle says the buzzard feeds on carrion; fears are symbolically something rotten, to be destroyed metaphorically by the buzzard.It was also an opportunity for the Seattle arts community to think creatively about the way forward.The evening was divided into two parts: activity stations and community discussion.STEM as a field is overwhelmingly white (68 percent) and male (73 percent), and as of 2011, blacks accounted for , a social community that meets monthly to network and unwind.And although they came together as black men, they quickly realized they'd have to expand their circle.— Inspired by the heart-warming and critically-acclaimed documentary, The Age of Love, senior speed-dating events are beginning to pop up all over the country, including right here in Connecticut.In the film by director Steven Loring, a group of seniors from Rochester, NY sign up to participate in a unique speed-dating event for 70- to 90-year-olds.— Guest Review by Brenda Lind, AARP Community Engagement Specialist — You may think that finding love in life should be left mainly to the younger set, but, after seeing “The Age of Love,” the documentary, you will change your mind.In the words of the film’s director, Steven Loring, “After seeing this movie, you will never look at your parents/grandparents the same way again.For the first part of the night, attendees were given an hour to engage with four stations: Fear, Hope, Where to Go, and Confession.Guests went from station to station, writing their hopes down on Post-its or listing projects they were interested in pursuing on the Where to Go wall.