He’s a webmaster in the most literal sense — Dan Beach is in his 70s, but he’s more cutting-edge than most kids!
93-year-old Banana George Blair, weak from a long battle with pneumonia and in constant pain from six back surgeries, wants to get his bare feet back on the water.
He’s a rock and roll hall of famer who is passionate about going green, spreading his musical message and enjoying every minute of life. See how this Byrd is flying high.
Arnold Palmer burst onto the scene at the same moment that televised golf was finding its way into American living rooms. Arnold doesn’t play much competitive golf anymore, but as we found out, he still has plenty of game.
Andy McGuffin is the best there is. Mr. Automatic. The Free Throw King once made 400 basketball shots in a row. Find out what keeps him going, and going and going…
At age 85, Harold says he’s keenly aware that time is more precious than ever. But he refuses to spend less of it experimenting and taking chances. Luckily for us, he continues to discover new ways to create eye-popping works of art.
Are you in your middlescence? One of the world’s top experts on all things aging says now more than ever, it’s important that you learn how to stay relevant throughout your entire life.
54-year-old mother, grandmother and nurse’s assistant Jennie Long had plenty to keep her busy. Then, she decided to add homework to the mix, by going back to school.
In life, making a change is not easy, but that’s where life coach Bill Dueease comes in! He says there’s a difference between wanting and doing, but he can help people follow through with their dreams.
Ruth Edwards says lifelong learning programs are teaching plenty of “old dogs” new tricks and many of the students are learning more than they ever have.