Now that you’re spending all this time at home, this is the perfect time to try out a few new passions. And don’t get frustrated if you’re lousy at first, because being bad is just part of the process. Just ask golf pro and artist Jay Golden.
So, what’s next? Growing Bolder’s What’s Next with Marc and Bill is what’s next! Welcome to the first episode of our new LIVE weekly show, hosted by GB’s Marc Middleton and Bill Shafer.
Despite struggles and an uncertain future, restaurant owner Dom Commesso is cooking, delivering and donating food to area medical centers and the children of his community. He talks about the struggles of keeping his small business alive during this pandemic.
Weeks after being married and ready to start a new life, Lauren Class Schneider and her husband find themselves stuck in different cities waiting until it’s safe to travel again.
Those in assisted living are experiencing a much more difficult degree of social isolation during COVD-19. Here’s what Growing Bolder contributor Barbara Hannah Grufferman has to do just to visit her mother, and how she works in a health benefit as well.
Not everyone is staying at home during coronavirus. Some are on the front lines, risking their own lives every day to save ours. One of these incredible first responders is volunteer firefighter John Apostolakes of of Greenfiled Township, Pennsylvania.
Drummer Liberty DeVitto helped propel Billy Joel to stardom. Liberty reports in from his apartment Brooklyn and explains how he’s keeping busy and sane during coronavirus, especially since he doesn’t have a drum set in his apartment but he does have a 3-year-old!
Chip Caray s the TV broadcaster for the Atlanta Braves, so like everyone in baseball, he’s at home and anxiously awaiting the day when the season can start. He talks to GB about the healing power of baseball and how it was crucial to the nation’s morale in the wake of World War I and II and 9/11.
When you suddenly find yourself spending a lot of time at home, you better enjoy the home you’re in. Audrey Lentz takes us inside her home, which is filled with an eclectic collection of items that celebrates childhood and the passions of her youth.
Now is the perfect opportunity to create art, any kind of art. Glenn Rogers started with things he loved, like superheroes or rock bands of the ’60s, and created eclectic pieces he calls Boom-Art. Get his tips for never letting go of your childlike spirit.