Her name is Ruth Flowers, but her legions of fans know her better as Mamy Rock. She’s known all over the world for her work both behind the turntables and in front of hard-rocking crowds. Even in her 70s, she still just wants to dance!
During a chance trip to play platform tennis, acclaimed writer and filmmaker Camille Thoman encountered a group of eight men, all in their 80s, who get together every day to play. Within minutes, she had fallen in love with them.
At some point, and sometimes at many points, each one of us will wonder what we’re going to do with the rest of our lives. Author Bruce Frankel set out to find out how people can succeed after the age of 60.
Growing Bolder is something anyone can do. This is how skydivers do it. It’s one of the most inspiring, empowering and unforgettable world records ever.
At age 85, Harold says he’s keenly aware that time is more precious than ever. But he refuses to spend less of it experimenting and taking chances. Luckily for us, he continues to discover new ways to create eye-popping works of art.
Growing Bolder is something anyone can do. This is how skydivers do it. It’s one of the most inspiring, empowering and unforgettable world records ever, and only Growing Bolder was there to document it.
If there’s anyone to hold up as an example of Growing Bolder, it’s Harold Garde. Now in his 80s, Harold has been painting for more than five decades. His creative process is stronger and better than ever, and his work will grab your attention.
He’s a star on his softball team and John Trongon has led the Villages’ softaball team, The Angels, to many wins. Oh, and did we mention he’s 85?
For Dr. William Bell, breaking one pole-vaulting world record wasn’t enough – so he broke 11 all at once!
Hitting a hole-in-one is hard, but it’s even harder for Dortha King, a legally blind 84-year-old.