Carl Reiner is still writing, performing and creating at 95 … and still just as funny! In fact, he says he’s too busy to die! We catch up with this legendary American entertainer and get his advice for remaining creative for the rest of your life.
As boomers spend more time and money shopping online, there’s new worry about data and personal privacy. Artificial Intelligence now analyzes every aspect of consumer behavior to predict future buying patterns, so those fears will only grow. That’s the background behind the fascinating and provocative new thriller, The Store, from best-selling author James Patterson, and we asked him to share more about what inspired the story.
The Emmy-nominated Surviving & Thriving is back! In this episode, you’ll meet men and women who have overcome some of life’s most incredible challenges. Their examples will share a message that none of us can ever hear too much — hope is always attainable. No matter what you’re facing.
Dr. Robert Masson, one of the world’s top spine surgeons, loves to challenge himself and became interested in racing when his teenage son, Kyle, expressed an interest in the sport. Now, the two are taking the motorsports world by storm and continuing to Show Up Strong.
One of the nation’s first facilities offering wellness, medical and fitness programs and services — all under one roof — is coming soon to Winter Park, Florida. See how it will forever change the way people in the community and beyond access life-saving and life-changing resources.
Bubba Thompson, Chris “Booger” Brown and Cody Harris are longtime friends who are working to build a cattle business in Alabama. The work is hard, they all have obstacles to overcome but at the end of the day, these men and their families live by a code that is as important today as it was to the cowboys who first tamed the West.
We love comeback stories. We love stories in which ordinary people are able to live extraordinary lives because they are curious, fearless and determined. At 99 and 101 years old respectively, Orville Rogers and Julia “Hurricane” Hawkins will not only inspire you, they just may change your life.
She was her city’s first female African-American lifeguard. She’s spent decades helping and ministering to the people of her community. She’s survived lupus. And now, at the age of 76, Ms. Vi has achieved something she’s dreamed about for years — she’s a college graduate.