Jane Pauley has teamed up with AARP and she’s back on the Today Show to tell the stories of people reinventing their lives. Plus, she opens up about her revelation that she suffers from bipolar disorder.
She’s been called the Iron Nun and the Nun on the Run, but Sister Madonna Buder says there’s one title that she’s really proud of — the oldest woman ever to complete an Ironman triathlon.
They had the skills to play in the big leagues but were denied the chance because of their skin color. In a symbolic gesture of goodwill, Major League Baseball “drafted” 30 former Negro League players — the last living links to Jackie Robinson and Satchel Paige — and celebrated those it once excluded. Growing Bolder takes you Inside the Story. Click here to watch the video version of this story.
Its luster had been dulled by the dust of many decades. The future of its very existence was in doubt until one man saw it for what it could be. Against all advice he took a chance and bought the Stetson Mansion in DeLand, Florida. Today, it is one of the top historic homes in America. Click here to watch the video version of this story.
Society has made great strides against racism and sexism, but there’s one -ism people still don’t want to talk about — ageism. Lynn Peters Adler has made it her life’s mission to change that. She explains how she grew up watching people treat her grandmother differently, just because of her age, and how that affected the course of her entire life.