This special issue of Growing Bolder Magazine is dedicated to the power of creative engagement. Meet 8 artists over the age of 80 who are redefining aging and creativity. Plus, get to know a historic town dedicated to bringing arts and culture to its residents and visitors.
Debbie Allen has overcome racism, sexism and ageism to become a Hollywood powerhouse. She talks to Growing Bolder about her rocky road to success and reveals why giving back is one of her greatest passions and sources of pride. Plus, meet the 76-year-old college grad ready to take on the world.
Carl Reiner is still writing, performing and creating at 95 … and still just as funny! In fact, he says he’s too busy to die! We catch up with this legendary American entertainer and get his advice for remaining creative for the rest of your life. Plus, learn how technology will change your next life stage.
At 57, legendary skateboarder David Hackett is just as gnarly as ever — and still busting some major moves. See how he’s overcome incredible obstacles to stay on the edge and in the moment. Plus, NBA great Kareem Abdual-Jabbar shares lessons learned from his coach and mentor John Wooden.
Deepak Chopra, the guru of mind-body healing, is transforming wellness through JIYO. Find out how his tips can help you lead a healthier, more mindful life. Plus, we take you inside the invitation-only annual event that attracts some of the world’s top experts in healthcare and innovation.
Rock icon Melissa Etheridge is happy, healthy and harmonious. She explains how she learned to let go of the past and live a life of truth and joy, including moving past the fear of her cancer diagnosis. Plus, a Nobel Prize winner reveals the secrets to health and longevity.
Good vibrations? He’s the Beach Boy many fans view as a villain. But at 75, the always controversial Mike Love is finally telling his side of the story about the legendary band. Plus, we’re proud to announce the first winners of the inaugural Growing Bolder Awards. Meet the first Boldy™ recipients!
Chita Rivera is a national treasure. After more than 65 years in show business, this musical theater goddess is still going strong. She tells us about her continued passion for performing and an exciting first for her — headlining Carnegie Hall. Plus, a 102-year-old teacher’s advice for happiness.
Herb Alpert has not only recorded countless hit records, he’s also helped launch the careers of iconic artists at A&M Records, which he co-founded. Today, at 81, he continues to pursue his passions for music, painting and sculpture. Also in this issue, meet a 91-year-old world-record holding track star.
Cyndi Lauper conquered pop, blues and Broadway. Now she’s taking a detour to classic country music. We catch up with this beloved entertainer and find out why she’s still blazing new trails at 62 and inspiring “outsiders” everywhere. Plus, Jane Seymour explains her mission of love.