The state of Florida is creating a whole new way for those in assisted living facilities to connect with their loved ones with the launch of Project: VITAL (Virtual Inclusive Technology for All).
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Pop culture expert and author Bob Kealing discusses his new book on Gram Parsons, who helped create an entire genre of music during his short life and launched the careers of future Hall of Famers. Bob describes his fascinating life.
What happens in the sea happens to us. Fabien Cousteau, the grandson of the world’s most famous oceanographer, explains his Plant a Fish program and how we can all do our part to help our oceans survive.
Our gal pal, 92-year-old Rachel Veitch, has really hit the big time. She recently flew to California to be a guest on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno! We stopped by to see Rachel off as she was whisked to the airport in style.
Sit right back and you’ll hear a tale, a tale of a fateful trip involving a 79-year-old man getting stranded on a deserted island.
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.
The mission was gratifying yet overwhelming. But isn’t taking on projects that are way too big the key to great accomplishment? JT Thompson had such a bright vision for the Stetson Mansion that he never had time to consider failure.
Cities across America are trying to go green in two ways — becoming more eco-friendly and saving cash! One county is trying to lead by example, and just flipped the switch on a very big, very powerful tool.
Two Rock and Roll Hall of Famers jamming on stage to the delight of a surprised crowd. Only Growing Bolder has the inside story of the on-stage collaboration between two rock icons.
The art of Harold Garde works its way into your soul. And so does the man himself. At age 85, he is as inspiring as his works. Enjoy a rare glimpse of one of America’s most provocative and respected expressionists.
We’re in the business of finding cool people doing remarkable things. Or remarkable people doing cool things. Dr. Lucky Meisenheimer is both.
We all know the little old lady that lived in a shoe, but Georgia Kleinhenz is known as the Legendary Little Old Lady on a Bike. She got her name because of how many six-day bicycle tours she’s done. Can you say 28?