Allan Fallow

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If your eyes don’t well up by the final frames of Nine to Ninety, you should have your heart examined — to make sure you have one, that is.
Middleburg Film Festival, Friday October, 23, 2015
The woman who gained fame faking an orgasm on screen is now a movie-making mom.
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Merl Reagle, the pun-ishingly inventive man who had created crossword puzzles for AARP The Magazine since 2004, died suddenly of acute pancreatitis in a hospital in Tampa on Aug. 22. He was 65.
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“We met in Robert Mitchum’s bedroom in 1981 or 1982.”
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Willie Nelson's newest album, Band of Brothers, comes out on Tuesday, but he premieres this acoustic version of the title track exclusively on AARP's YouTube channel today through Wednesday.
Keith Richards children's book 'Gus & Me'
Who put the first paintbrush in the hands of Leonardo da Vinci? The stylus in the hands of Auguste Rodin? The guitar in the hands of Keith Richards?
Allan Fallow
The year I turned 50, I notched my fastest time ever in the Sea Gull Century - a yearly 100-mile bike ride on Maryland's Eastern Shore that I had tackled for more than a decade. Was I a lean, mean cycling machine that year? Far from it! (See team jersey, right.) Rather, I think it took me that long to develop the mental toughness not to let the ride's length intimidate me.
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How should a red-blooded American editor react when the Canadian queen of the murder mystery throws herself in his lap?
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Legendary singer Linda Ronstadt, 67, told AARP today that she "can't sing a note" because she suffers from Parkinson's disease. Diagnosed eight months ago, Ronstadt began to show symptoms as long as eight years ago. But she ascribed her inability to sing to a tick bite ("my health has never recovered since then"), and believed the shaking in her hands resulted from shoulder surgery.
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Rick Atkinson's Guns at Last Light has topped bestseller lists since May. It was the third volume in the "Liberation Trilogy," his epic history of World War II, and now the two-time Pulitzer winner has reupped for another conflict: the Revolutionary War.
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