In this month’s issue Growing Bolder Magazine, meet photographer Ari Seth Cohen, who is putting fashionable older women in focus … finally! Plus, a quadriplegic artist who paints with her mouth finds a fan in Pierce Brosnan.
NFL great Reggie Williams is on a mission to save his leg, even though every doctor keeps telling him it needs to come off. Find out how he uses his art and daily stretching routine in his battle to do what he thinks is best for his body.
“What is Growing Bolder?” It’s a question we get asked a lot. Rather than tell you, we thought we’d show you. This video pretty much sums us up … for now. Get an inside look at some of the projects we’re working on these days!
Alzheimer’s disease can’t be reversed, slowed or cured but that’s not stopping one woman from using a unique approach to reach people suffering from this disease. See how she uses writing to the patients dignity, joy and a creative outlet.
Rock and roll legend Roger McGuinn looks back on his 50-year career in music. Plus, meet a woman who’s successfully reinvented herself over and over again.
The world’s tallest freestanding mountain is no match for Growing Bolder and a team of determined team of cancer survivors.
John Gabriel is one of the sharpest minds in the game of basketball and now the long-time NBA executive is facing down a new opponent — Parkinson’s disease. He shares his gameplan for fighting back.
Growing Bolder is looking for a few talented experts to become regular on-air, in-print and online contributors. Find out if you might be a good fit to become a GB Expert.
Growing Bolder’s Wendy Chioji is facing a new cancer challenge but she still has mountains to climb — one of the world’s largest mountains. She shares her big plans for 2014.
Overcoming a stroke inspires Secily Wilson to use her voice to say “no.” Plus, acrobat Kay Glynn is 60 but she’s still soaring, and Growing Bolder’s Wendy Chioji braces herself for her new battle against an old enemy: cancer.