Saving, protecting and restoring natural areas is Bob Bendick’s passion — and his life’s work. Now, at 73, Bendick is leading one of the most challenging efforts of his 40-year career: working with state and local governments abutting the Gulf of Mexico, and with federal agencies, to use funds from the worst oil spill in U.S. history to rebuild the fragile coastal ecosystem.
Dave Barry is one of our most beloved humorists and he’s bringing that same wit to his dual life as the father of a teenager and now, a grandfather, too!
Get ready to rock. On a special episode of What’s Next, we’re taking a trip back in time with Harry Diltz, the photographer behind classic rock photos such as the Sweet Baby James and Morrison Hotel album covers, as well as now iconic candids of artists like Crosby, Stills and Nash, Joni Mitchell and Jimi Hendrix. Harry shares the stories behind the pictures, as well as fascinating tales from life in Laurel Canyon in the 1960s and ’70s.
Don Most made us all laugh as Richie Cunningham’s practical-joke playing friend Ralph Malph on Happy Days. After appearing in feature films and even directing a few, Don says he’s returning to his first love — singing.
For more than 50 years, Gordon Lightfoot has written and recorded some of the most beautiful and thoughtful songs ever created. We catch up with the man who Bob Dylan calls his mentor to discuss his 50+ years in the business about his career and why changes to the music business excite, rather than frighten, him.
Growing Bolder checks in with Red Hat Society CEO Debra Granich about her passion for bringing women of all ages together in fun, supportive environments and to learn more about how they are adapting to remain connected during the pandemic.
3-time Olympic gold medalist and current Olympics swimming commentator Rowdy Gaines, discusses what life is like at home and the impact of postponing the 2020 Summer Olympics.
If you’re missing traveling right now then this is the article for you. You’ll get such a detailed look into Colorado’s iconic Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre that you’ll feel like you’re right there — even if you can’t leave your home right now.
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!
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.