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Kotei is a student at the University of Rochester and intern at AARP. He studies English literature, classical guitar, and the Korean language. He aspires to be a polyglot and world-renowned do-gooder.

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Agnes McKee, 105, Becomes Oldest ‘First Pitcher’

Posted on 07/22/2014 by |AARP Blog Author | Comments

Your LifeAgnes McKee, 105, has become the oldest person ever to throw a ceremonial first pitch in a Major League Baseball game. McKee stepped on to the mound at Petco Park on July 20 before the hometown San Diego Padres took on the New York Mets. McKee, wearing her very own Padres jersey — number 105, of course — and cap, wowed the crowd with an impressive windup and underhand toss. According to Yahoo Sports, a member of the staff at …

Bryan Cranston to Reprise LBJ Role in TV Movie

Posted on 07/17/2014 by |AARP Blog Author | Comments

Bulletin Today | EntertainmentMany know him as Walter White — the high school chemistry teacher turned drug kingpin of Breaking Bad — but actor Bryan Cranston will be making his way back to television as President Lyndon B. Johnson in a new HBO TV movie. All the Way, a phrase taken from Johnson’s successful 1964 campaign slogan (“All the Way With LBJ”), will be a reprisal of the Tony Award-winning Broadway play of the same name by Robert Schenkkan, in which Cranston portrayed Johnson …

Teen Scores Selfie With Warren Buffett, Paul McCartney

Posted on 07/14/2014 by |AARP Blog Author | Comments

Bulletin Today | EntertainmentIt comes as no surprise these days when teenagers are unfamiliar with names like Paul McCartney or Warren Buffett. But on July 13, 16-year-old Tom White knew just what to do when he spotted two of the world’s most famous people: he snapped a selfie with both of them. Moments later, his friend, who goes by @LukeKoesters, posted the photo to his Twitter account. White also posted the selfie to his Twitter and Instragram accounts. Best picture of the night with …

John Kerry Shows Chinese Diplomats His Guitar Chops

Posted on 07/11/2014 by |AARP Blog Author | Comments

Bulletin Today | PoliticsSecretary of State John Kerry, who as a teenager played bass for the Electras — a rock group he formed with high school classmates — still has some guitar chops at age 70. On July 10, while on a diplomatic mission in China, Kerry took a few moments to show off some of his finger-picking skills for Chinese Vice Premier Liu Yandong and others in the Great Hall of the People. The impromptu concert, captured on a cellphone and published …

Meet 6 Animals That Predict World Cup Winners

Posted on 06/26/2014 by |AARP Blog Author | Comments

Bulletin Today | EntertainmentCan animals predict which teams win 2014 World Cup matches? In 2010, an octopus named Paul correctly predicted the outcome of eight World Cup matches in a row, including the final showdown between Spain and the Netherlands. >> Get travel discounts with your AARP Member Advantages. In 2010, after winning worldwide attention as an animal oracle, Paul passed away at the tender age of two and a half — a normal lifespan for an octopus vulgaris. But a raft of other …

Ex-TV Host Joan Lunden Reveals She Has Breast Cancer

Posted on 06/24/2014 by |AARP Blog Author | Comments

Personal HealthJoan Lunden, one of TV’s most celebrated talk show hosts and news anchors, revealed June 24 that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer. “I heard those words that every woman fears and never wants to hear: ‘You have breast cancer,’ ” Lunden, 63, told Robin Roberts on Good Morning America, a show Lunden cohosted from 1980 to 1997. >> Sign up for the AARP Health Newsletter  Lunden learned the diagnosis after a tumor was identified in an ultrasound exam …