Disrupt Aging: Ricky & Doris: An Unconventional Friendship In NYC - AARP
Ricky Syers is a 50-year-old street performer who found his calling as a puppeteer after a lifetime of manual labor. While performing in New York City's Washington Square Park, he met Doris Diether, an 86-year-old community activist.
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