We catch up with the one and only Olivia Newton-John in this candid and heartfelt conversation about her iconic career, her multiple battles against cancer and her commitment to using her experiences to make a difference in the lives of others.
Elayne Boosler was an up-and-coming comedian alongside the likes of Leno, Kaufman and Williams. She’s since been named one of the 50 best standup comics of all time, and she says she learned a lot of life lessons as a woman trying to make her way in a male-dominated field. Find out how she’s inspired a generation of women to pursue lives in comedy.
It’s not the “retirement” Joanie Schirm imagined. A family mystery turned into a global quest, a journey of discovery, and a personal transformation into an internationally respected scholar, teacher and author. Her new book is a great read and a powerful reminder of the dangers of human aggression and intolerance and the power of love and compassion.
Multi-instrumentalist, composer and conductor Benoit Glazer risked his family’s entire life savings in order to launch a cultural movement inside the family’s home. See how is passion for the arts has forever changed an entire community.
Throughout her entire career, Carol Burnett has been a pioneer and inspiration. Now 85, she’s touring the country and playing to sell-out crowds. Before Burnett, no one thought a woman could carry a comedy show. She changed their minds, and these days, she’s proving comedy also has no age limits.
Broadway legend Carol Channing died in January 2019, at the age of 97. Perhaps best known for her starring role in Broadway’s Hello, Dolly in 1964, Channing was more than just an actress: she was a singer, a dancer, a comedian and she never stopped Growing Bolder — even in her final days.
Regina King is blossoming into the mega-star many always predicted this huge talent would become. Fresh off her big win at the Golden Globes, King talks to Growing Bolder Radio about her pledge to challenge gender inequality in Hollywood and her powerful new film, “If Beale Street Could Talk.”
Entertainment icon Carl Reiner is closing in on 97 years old and more productive than ever. In celebration of two newly colorized episodes of “The Dick Van Dyke Show” — conceived and written by Reiner — we spoke with Reiner about the show considered by many to be one of greatest situation comedies of all time.
It is an iconic Christmas classic — still one of the most popular songs on the radio and played at home, even 60 years after it became a hit. And singer Brenda Lee is still Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree, too!
A tragic missed opportunity with his father inspired a photographer to finally put his long-simmering idea into action. Jim Hobart explains how the Legacy Life Project is bringing precious family memories to life, a priceless gift for generations to come.