When he isn’t skydiving onto the North Pole, searching for flying dinosaurs on the top of mountains in the rain forest, or inventing something that will transform an entire industry, he’s chillin’ Bill Booth style. What’s that? Climb in.
America demanded more. Viewers wanted to know why Rachel carries a gun? Is Chariot OK? What does she love most about America? Here are the answers.
Major museums and art collectors worldwide love his work. Those fortunate enough to actually know him love it even more. Come along for an exclusive look inside the life of 104-year-old artist Harold Rotenberg.
Many of the top masters rowing teams in the Southeast were competing. So why was one boat filled with complete novices, rowing newbies, and breast cancer survivors?
Reclusive actor, comedian, musician, and entrepreneur Dan Aykroyd rarely gives interviews. He once said, “I don’t believe in low profile; I believe in no profile.” Come along as we catch up with Aykroyd on his national bottle signing tour. His what?
Dr. Lucky Meisenheimer is the P.T. Barnum of masters swimming. Completing Lucky’s Lake swim is now nearly as cool as crossing the English Channel. If Lucky wants you to swim, eventually you will. Just ask Olympic champion Rowdy Gaines.
Is she still going strong at nearly 91? Is her beloved “Chariot” still going strong at well over half-a-million miles? We just had to know if GB favorite Rachel Veitch and her classic car are still racking up the mileage.
Tiger Woods’ home golf course got a pink transformation the morning after he won the Arnold Palmer Invitational. A pink army invaded the exclusive Isleworth Country Club to continue its battle breast cancer.
Filled with grief but driven by a desire to honor her mother, Victoria Petrucelly and her best friend turned a lemonade stand into a life lesson for us all.
For decades, Harold Garde painted at night after returning from his day job. Respected by the art community, Garde never achieved the kind of widespread critical and commercial success that many thought he deserved. Until now.