In the 1960s, few acts, including the Beatles, could match the success of Herb Alpert and his famed Tijuana Brass Band. Herb shares stories from his legendary career and even treats us to playing a little bit of music. Find out why, even at 81, he works every day to be a better musician. Plus, find out why he and his wife of 42 years have helped give away tens of millions of dollars to support artists of all kinds over the past 20 years.
Need proof it’s never, ever too late to make your dreams come true? Meet a woman who decided she wanted to be a movie star … at the age of 65! Now in her 80s, Jo Farkas explains why it’s the best decision she ever made.
Crisis? What crisis? Long-time NPR reporter Barbara Bradley Hagerty explains why midlife could be the best time of your life.
He made it big on Broadway in “Godspell,” but what would he do with his life after that?
Look at aging through the eyes of an award-winning architect who says being old is one of life’s greatest blessings and something we should joyously being preparing for in our 40s.
Neal Unger is a stereotype-smashing 60-year-old who refuses to let anyone define him or his life. His passion in life is skateboarding, and he says it’s the best way he knows to quiet his mind. He shares his “dude logic.”
Learn one man’s simple formula for enjoying every day. Best-selling author Neil Pasricha describes his latest book, “The Happiness Equation” and shares how contentment and freedom just may lead to you having everything you want and need.
She stands just 4 feet, 6 inches tall and weighs just 83 pounds, but Ida Keeling is a true heavyweight. Fresh off her world-record run at the Penn Relays, the 100-year-old runner talks to Growing Bolder about the power of attitude.
Not only is she one of the brightest stars in Hollywood, Jane Seymour is determined to use her celebrity to make a difference for others. Find out how her mother’s experiences in a concentration camp inspired a passion for service in Jane.
Have you ever felt like you are too old to do something? That will change when you meet a 90-year-old hockey player!