Starring Academy Award® Nominee Greg Kinnear and Academy Award® Winner Renée Zellweger and presented by Paramount Pictures and Pure Flix, Same Kind of Different As Me is a story of love, forgiveness, friendship, and family.
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.
While the housing market is, in many ways, stronger than at any time in the last decade, many homeowners are still struggling. If you have a mortgage and you’re still having trouble making your monthly mortgage payments – you might want to consider a loan modification. But you have to be careful — loan modification scams can affect anyone, no matter your age, education, income or neighborhood.
There’s a common thread among investigative journalists in America: they value truth above all, and will stop at nothing to find it. In the Bolder Movies spotlight, we take a look at the new film The Case for Christ, based on the real-life journey and best-selling book from Lee Strobel.
James Patterson joins Growing Bolder by phone to share why he says The Black Book is the best book he’s written in decades, and what’s next for this legendary author.
The holidays can actually be the perfect time and place to start discussing end-of-life wishes. The conversation is not always easy to do over the phone or by email, so why not embrace the opportunity to connect with your loved ones and advocates in person, during holiday get-togethers and celebrations?
With 10,000 of us turning 65 every day there is a deafening silence when it comes to talking about our wishes for end-of-life-care. Ellen Goodman understands the struggle from her personal experiences, and as the co-founder and Director of The Conversation Project, she’s now on a mission to help all of us have the conversation with those we care for and those who may have to help us in our final days.
A great television series has it all — drama, action, POLITICS, love, intrigue…and AMC’s critically acclaimed Hell on Wheels meets that and offers much more. Season 5 is the end of the line for this series, but now you can keep the drama going with TWO home entertainment collections.
Barbara Hannah Grufferman shares the reasons she’s partnering with TYLENOL® 8-Hour Arthritis Pain and their #WhatMovesMe campaign, which celebrates the drive that arthritis sufferers have in continuing to pursue their passions, despite the pain they face.
Taylor Hicks — yes, the American Idol winner — wants to take you on a VIRTUAL tour of America, highlighting each state’s best plate of food. State Plate from INSP features crab cakes in Maryland, peaches in Georgia, chili in Texas, potatoes in Idaho and much more.