Take a leap and get inspired by Skydivers Over Sixty — plus, learn the secret to living to 100, take a lesson from an Emmy Award-winning actress and see why art is in the eye of the bold beholder.
Dr. Eric Plasker is one of the world’s top health and wellness gurus.
He’s been featured on all the major networks and is the author of
best-selling book, “The 100 Year Lifestyle – A Manual for Making the
Years Ahead the Best Years of Your Life.” And guess what? He says not
only should we all be planning for a century (or more!) or living, we
can make changes at any time that will improve our quantity and quality
Russ Manhold is a member of SOS, Skydivers Over Sixty. He and a team of daredevils recently smashed the record for jumping in formation when everyone involved is over the age of 60. Manhold says that he got into the sport trying to “impress a girl,” and encourages anyone who’s looking for a little fun to give his extreme sport a try — at any age!
At 104, he’s still in love with life, still in love with his wife, and
still in love with his art. And he’s not alone. Major museums and art
collectors worldwide covet his work. Come along for an exclusive look
inside the life of artist Harold Rotenberg.
With his band The Union Gap, Gary Puckett recorded six consecutive gold records and 10 Top Ten hits in the 1960s. In 1968, the band sold more records than any other group on the planet, including the Beatles. Gary explains why members felt they had to part ways and how he’s found a second act with his new band, the Letterman.
At 70 years old, Kathryn Joosten is a celebrated actress — she’s won
two Emmy awards and received critical acclaim for her roles on TV shows
like “Scrubs,” “The West Wing” and “Desperate Housewives.” But it was a dream deferred…and one that almost didn’t come true at