Back to the Future and Caroline in the City actress Lea Thompson’s new project is a true family affair. She explains why her family, including her two daughters and husband, decided to collaborate on a film together and how it’s changed their relationships.
Family. Sometimes, it can be so hard to deal with your family. Tensions, feuds, grudges — these things pile up over the years. Best-selling author Annabelle Gurwitch offers up a funny and at times heartbreaking look at her own family and offers advice for surviving yours and even finding ways to nurture these relationships and make them grow, no matter your history.
Hunter Kemper, a four-time Olympian and one of the greatest triathletes in U.S. history, talks exclusively to Growing Bolder about his difficult decision to end his quest for his record-setting fifth Olympic games. Find out what’s next and how his family and his faith are keeping him positive about the future.
If you loved comedian George Carlin, wait until you meet his daughter, Kelly, a very funny, gifted and thoughtful writer herself, and hear what she has to say about growing up Carlin.
The look on 92-year-old Millie Martin’s face when she meets baby Penelope is enough to bring a smile to your face and tears to your eyes.
We love the reaction from one grandfather-to-be, as caught in this video. He didn’t realize a camera was hidden and when everyone walked out of the room, he had a little celebration of his own.
Clive Cussler is one of the most popular, prolific and beloved novelists of the past 50 years. Now in his 80s, he describes how his passions power his life, from his work to discover sunken ships to collecting classic cars.
Mary Flynn is an award-winning writer of poetry and fiction and she has a hopeful message for anyone who thinks it’s too late to create the life they love.
If you’ve already lost your parents, chances are you wish you’d spent more time with them. Yogi Roth never wanted to feel that way. Find out the bold adventure he decided to take with his father and how he’s launched a campaign to encourage the rest of us to spend time with the people we love.
After stepping out of the spotlight for years to focus on raising his small children with his wife of 25 years, Paul Reiser is returning to what made him fall in love with show business — stand-up comedy. He describes what it’s like to be back on stage.