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.
In the Bolder Movies spotlight — a story all about adventure, family ties, an unforgettable weekend and the power of forgiveness. Heritage Falls is a dramatic comedy, following three generations of men who head into the rugged American wilderness for an excursion that is as much about repairing their relationships as the trip itself. We spoke with the film’s stars, David Keith, Coby Ryan McLaughlin and Keean Johnson.
New in the Bolder Movies spotlight: Hillsong: Let Hope Rise, which tells the true story of a group of Australian teenagers who met at their church’s youth group and is now considered one of the most influential bands in the world (and not just for Christian music or audiences).
In the Bolder Movies spotlight: God’s Not Dead 2 from Pure Flix Entertainment. The movie stars Melissa Joan Hart and Jesse Metcalf and unlocks a discussion about free speech.
We speak with INSP host Jill Wagner about Handcrafted America, a special television series shining the spotlight on artisans and craftspeople.
Italian singer Andrea Bocelli may very well be the greatest tenor in the world. Just in time for the holidays he has a gift for us all: his first studio album in two years. It’s a real treat not just for music lovers but for film buffs, too. Bocelli calls “Cinema,” which celebrates the greatest movie songs of all time, a joy to make.