Intergenerational connections are key to the overall health and wellbeing for all generations. Whether we play together, live together, work together, travel together or just spend quality time together, these cross-generational relationships are the ultimate win-win. Get inspired to strengthen the bonds across generations and see how quickly you’ll be on a path to active aging.
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.
There are very few full-time marionette theaters in the country. One of these theaters is dedicated to keeping the vanishing art alive. See why they believe puppetry is not only still relevant but even more necessary in these high-tech times.
We dig masters swimming. Men and women of all ages compete with those of equal ability but against those in their own age group. Dive into this story and discover why it’s quickly becoming one of the world’s great intergenerational activities.
Bill Booth is an inventor, entrepreneur, and adventurer. He’s built an amazing life around doing what he loves.
When he isn’t skydiving onto the North Pole, searching for flying dinosaurs on the top of mountains in the rain forest, or inventing something that will transform an entire industry, he’s chillin’ Bill Booth style. What’s that? Climb in.
Most personal ads don’t lead you to an 80-year-old widow and father. But then again, most 80-year-old fathers aren’t enlisting the help of their sons in their dating exploits. Author Bob Morris’ dad did, and it took him on a pretty wild ride!
Listing off Robert “Kool” Bell’s awards could take forever. But he and his group, Kool & The Gang, don’t seem to be going anywhere. Ten years after their last album, they’ve expanded the band 12 and added an intergenerational touch to their music.
It’s the ultimate motorized highwire act, requiring lightning-fast reflexes, incredible strength and stamina, and nerves of steel. For decades, motocross has been a young man’s extreme sport. It’s still extreme, but suddenly there’s gray hair everywhere.
Bert and Barbara Roper remember when movies cost a quarter, and Friday nights were spent at the theater. Decades later, the Ropers are celebrating the future by renovating the past, and the curtain is up on a new dream.