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Rob Lowe celebrates 50th with AARP street art

The "Parks and Recreation" star turns 50 on Monday.
By Kate Stanton   |   March 17, 2014 at 6:15 PM   |   Comments

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March 17 (UPI) -- In case you forgot that the eternally handsome Rob Lowe is capable of aging, the 1980's icon and Parks and Recreation star turned 50 on Monday -- the same day that 4.4-magnitude earthquake rattled California.

"If I had any remaining doubt that turning 50 was seismic, this a.m.'s Hollywood earthquake made the point! #TheBigOne," Lowe tweeted.

Lowe also received some birthday love from the other side of the country. The American Association of Retired Persons sketched Lowe's face onto sidewalk-chalk membership cards in four different locations around New York.



AAPR has tweeted all day about Lowe's 50th, posting photos of their street art and linking to Buzzfeed articles.

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