The Greenes say they take it a day at a time and relish the many long-term memories they've shared for nearly 60 years. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Despite Alzheimer's, Couple Holds Tight To Old Memories
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Plug Pulled On California Nuclear Plant, For Good
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Automatic-Enrollment IRAs Get A Test Run In California
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A Mother's Fight Against 3 Strikes Law 'A Way of Life'
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'A Lovely Feeling': Celebrating Older Women With Fabulous Style
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Richard Piña, 69, with customer Augustin Bustos at Rich's Den barbershop in Calumet City, Ill. Piña, who retired from the Chicago police force 12 years ago, works at his shop four or five hours a day. Beth Rooney for NPR hide caption

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A Retired Chicago Cop's Second Act Is At A Barbershop
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For Midwife, 71, Delivering Babies Never Gets Old
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At 85, 'Old-School' Politician Shows No Signs Of Quitting
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Maggie Smith plays aging opera diva Jean in the film Quartet. Increasingly, movies are turning their attention to older subjects in order to draw in older audiences. The Weinstein Company hide caption

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Baby Boomers Return To The Multiplex, And Hollywood Notices
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The recession put a dent in Sims-Wood's savings, and she expects she'll have to stay in the workforce "forever." Gabriella Demczuk/NPR hide caption

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When A Bad Economy Means Working 'Forever'
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John David, 73, teaches an exercise class called PACE to seniors at the 92nd Street Y in New York City. The former TV producer says he has finally found his true calling. Shiho Fukada for NPR hide caption

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For One Senior, Working Past Retirement Age Is A Workout
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Workshops Help Families Grappling With Alzheimer's Home Care
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Jack Klugman, Half Of 'The Odd Couple' Dies At 90
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Online Sale Are Up 16 Percent This Holiday Season
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