She became an international sensation with her book “Eat Pray Love.” Now, Elizabeth Gilbert is teaching us all how to find the magic in our lives by living a life defined more by curiosity than fear.
There’s something special about looking at art. Who created it? Was it a man or a woman? Were they rich or poor? Young or old? Art appeals to each individual on a personal level, no matter who created it.
Are we all creative people? Can we learn to be more creative? Can an artist follow specific steps to become a successful creative person? Eric Maisel, one of America’s top creativity coaches, offers tips for pursuing a passion for the arts.
He’s 96 years old and STILL performing with the American Ballet Theatre. Find out his secrets to not only making it to your golden years, but still living well during them.
Filmmaker Melissa Godoy’s projects have appeared on PBS and they all share one thing in common — they aim straight for the heart. Her new film, “Do Not Go Gently,” examines what happens to creative people as they age.
One of the most successful songwriters of all time is also one of the most creative people you’ll ever meet. Find out how this wild woman is behind some of the hottest videos on YouTube.
A distinguished sociologist and Harvard professor is combating our youth-obsessed culture’s negative portrayal of older adults. She says people over 50 are reinventing themselves and changing the world.
A childhood of beatings, homelessness and jail time could have led the lead singer of Blood, Sweat and Tears down the wrong path, but music saved his life.
One of the world’s top aging experts says the best way to be physically healthy is to be mentally creative. Find out how!
Esther Coffield is growing bolder with an attitude. At 70 years old, she took a creative writing class, and a novelist was born