GB stopped by the Red Hat Society’s 10th Annual Convention and found women from all over the world intensely focused on the business mission — having a good time.
Bernie and Carl Moro came out of retirement and started a new business — with worms. Worms eat and they excrete, and Bernie and Carl say they can make the world a better place.
Kim Hill Tsamoutales was 5 when she was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis. Then, the life expectancy of a person with CF was 16. Today, Kim is 37. Come along as Growing Bolder relives one of the happiest days in her life.
They had the skills to play in the big leagues but were denied the chance because of their skin color. In a symbolic gesture of goodwill, Major League Baseball “drafted” 30 former Negro League players.
Major league baseball players can wear jewelry, but not high schoolers. In the ’90s, a top pitcher in Florida was thrown out of the state tournament for wearing a necklace. So Stu and Marc made a tongue-in-cheek PSA to explain the dangers.
Even in his 90s, he’s a young man at heart. Our pal Banana George admits to still having an eye for the ladies and a love of fast cars. He’s also got a few tips for living a long and active life. Hop in — the bananamobile is cruisin’ for chicks.
They’re struggling to make ends meet, but they still find time to help children with special needs. They’re foster grandparents and they give so much unconditional love that it was time to show them a little love.
We recently stopped to see GB member Dr. Dot Richardson in her office, but she wasn’t there. The receptionist said Dot had skipped lunch to run over to a nearby softball field; when we got there, we saw another example of what makes Dot unique.
Sorry, Kermit, it’s true! These days, most Americans are worried about saving the green Earth, or at least saving some green cash. GB talked to the man who gave up his business to fund the first annual Green Earth Expo.
Wendy Chioji has been the face of Orlando news for 20 years. Her battle with breast cancer enlightened all women; her determination to help others was only equaled by her dedication to becoming a world-class athlete.