Larry Johnson has an impressive way of celebrating his birthday each year — he rides his bike 100 miles. As if that wasn’t impressive enough, you’ll never guess his age: 94! We catch up with this longevity superstar.
Do you celebrate birthdays in big ways? Growing Bolder Executive Producer Jackie Carlin is celebrating her birthday today and is looking to some previous GB stories for big inspiration.
At the age of 110 she was still mentally sharp and anxious to share what she believed to be the secret of longevity! How did Ruth Leiber managed to stay healthy and vibrant?
Phil Kean had a dream of being an architect, but put it on hold to pursue other business opportunities. When he turned 40, he realized: it was now or never. And now he’s behind the blueprints of some of the most cutting-edge homes in America.
It wasn’t long ago that living to 100 was a monumental feat. But in most cases, the centenarian would be frail and barely aware. Times have changed! At 107, Wilhelmina Hoorn raises the bar of what’s possible to a whole new level.
Got :60? That’s plenty of time to leave a mark. Or get one. A very permanent mark, just like Andrea Kudlacz. Come along as she celebrates her birthday in style.
Sit right back and you’ll hear a tale, a tale of a fateful trip involving a 79-year-old man getting stranded on a deserted island.
Tattoos are no longer taboo. They’ve gone mainstream in a big way and like just about everything else, the fastest-growing market segment is baby boomers. Come along as Andrea Kudlacz celebrates her 60th birthday.
President George H.W. Bush celebrated his 85th birthday just as he did his 80th and his 75th. He went skydiving in a tandem rig to prove that “old guys can still do stuff.”
How do you mark your birthdays? Even in his mid-70s, Norman Gitterman really likes to get off the ground for his.