Opportunity had always seemed to find broadcasting legend Jane Pauley. Then, when she was in her mid-50s, the phone stopped ringing. In a candid conversation, Jane talks with Growing Bolder about her reluctance to reinvent herself but she also reveals how it’s been one of the most rewarding phases of her life.
At the age of 84, William Shatner continues to boldly go into the future, this time by designing a futuristic, steampunk motorcycle. This summer he plans to personally put it to the test.
Many of us fell in love with Claudia Wells after her role in a little 1985 blockbuster called “Back to the Future.” She was replaced in the next two sequels and when you find out why, you’ll love her even more.
You’ve heard of a labor of love, but photographer Joseph Blum’s 15-year project documenting construction of the new east span of the Bay Bridge in San Francisco has been a love of labor.
In these tough economic times, many families are discovering that necessity is the mother of reinvention. When their dreams of early retirement vanished, David and Carol Porter decided to pursue their passion for travel.
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.
Earl Nash picked up a paintbrush in his later years and began a wonderful love affair with his art. He won the admiration of many who were touched by the works of this humble artisan, and left his mark on the world.