We’re in the business of finding cool people doing remarkable things. Or remarkable people doing cool things. Dr. Lucky Meisenheimer is both.
We all know the little old lady that lived in a shoe, but Georgia Kleinhenz is known as the Legendary Little Old Lady on a Bike. She got her name because of how many six-day bicycle tours she’s done. Can you say 28?
What happens when you give a music legend a home video camera and ask him to record an intimate concert on a train from Florida to New York City? All aboard for a trip through rock history with the Byrds founder Roger McGuinn.
Mr. Bill is on a very serious crusade; to improve the lives of families in need. His job at the Second Harvest Food Bank in Orlando, Florida, is often back-breaking work, but Mr. Bill does it all with a smile. Hear what keeps him going.
GB believes it’s not about the destination; it’s about the journey. In racing terms, it’s not about the checkered flag; it’s about the green flag. That brings us to Delma Cowart, approaching his 67th birthday and still telling NASCAR tales.
The Florida Highwaymen were 26 African-American artists who traveled the state in the ’50s and ’60s selling paintings along the roadside. Ignored at the time, today their works are highly sought-after collectibles.
He was the heartbeat behind just about every hit the piano man ever recorded. Billy Joel went another direction and so did Liberty DeVitto. What he found was a rekindled passion for his craft.
Well, it’s the next best thing. If you want to see the wilderness the way it was meant to be, climb aboard an airboat. Forget the theme parks, GB takes you on a cool tour. Better keep your arms by your side ’til the story comes to a complete stop.
Who says the world’s best caviar only comes from Russia? U.S.-raised sturgeons could change the world market.