A record number of runners and walkers gathered for the historic 39th annual Winter Park Road Race, but there was one runner everyone wanted to meet — 86-year-old Ann Kahl. She gives you a pep talk for incorporating movement into your life.
The Hollies’ Terry Sylvester, another lad from Liverpool who found huge success during the British Invasion, shares stories from this historic era of rock. Plus, find out how he’s reintroducing the group’s classic hit “He Ain’t Heavy” to a whole new generation.
Steve Stover is grateful to be alive and he thinks his life was saved, in part, by rock and roll. Find out how he survived one of the most horrific concert accidents of all time and learned to live again, overcoming incredible obstacles.
Just as he was about to achieve his dream of becoming a police officer, Richard Belanger suffered three heart attacks — in the same day.
Banks Helfrich was a regular guy until a sudden turn steered him into Clown College and completely changed his path in life. He went from clowning, to filmmaking and straight to The Late Show with David Letterman. See how fun and wild chasing your dreams can be!
Dr. Manette Monroe is on a mission to show veterans with PTSD it’s never too late to live the lives they’ve always dreamed about. She’s living proof that sometimes it just takes a little longer to make your dreams come true.
Wait, WOMEN in WWII flew fighter planes? They sure did, playing a vital role in helping to preserve our freedom. Meet two unforgettable women in their 90s, one who takes to the skies after 70 years and the other with truly inspirational stories to tell.
For more than 40 years, friends and business partners Billy Fels and Doug Montgomery have kept everyone from Springsteen to Buffett strumming away. These guitar guys share their secrets, including how they managed to, against all odds, become grey haired guys still in the rock and roll business!
Staying single is the key to longevity. That is not according to some scientific research, but the opinion of some of the oldest people in the world. It is probably not insignificant that those asked were all women.
Alice Barker, now 102-years-old used to be a dancer, a wonderful dancer who appeared in films all the way back to the era of the Harlem Renaissance. She recently got an unexpected visit that helped her roll back the clock some 80 years!