Drummer Liberty DeVitto helped propel Billy Joel to stardom. Liberty reports in from his apartment Brooklyn and explains how he’s keeping busy and sane during coronavirus, especially since he doesn’t have a drum set in his apartment but he does have a 3-year-old!
Chip Caray s the TV broadcaster for the Atlanta Braves, so like everyone in baseball, he’s at home and anxiously awaiting the day when the season can start. He talks to GB about the healing power of baseball and how it was crucial to the nation’s morale in the wake of World War I and II and 9/11.
When you suddenly find yourself spending a lot of time at home, you better enjoy the home you’re in. Audrey Lentz takes us inside her home, which is filled with an eclectic collection of items that celebrates childhood and the passions of her youth.
Now is the perfect opportunity to create art, any kind of art. Glenn Rogers started with things he loved, like superheroes or rock bands of the ’60s, and created eclectic pieces he calls Boom-Art. Get his tips for never letting go of your childlike spirit.
Sportscaster Dan Patrick reached the very pinnacle of his career but his journey to the top of his profession has been anything but easy. In a candid interview, Patrick sits down with Growing Bolder to reveal why he walked away from what is considered the top job in the industry and talks openly about the painful medical condition that led to alcohol and drug dependency and depression. He shares what he’s learned on his journey to happiness and health.
Mira Lehr is one of the art world’s pioneering environmental activists. Now 85, she says she hears the clock ticking, not just for herself, but for all of mankind.
How are you spending your time at home during our coronavirus self-quarantines? Well, if you’re Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, and frequent cruiser, Roger McGuinn, you’re treating every day like at an-sea day! Roger invites us into his home and shows how he’s staying creative and engaged during an extended stay at home. He even whips out the guitar to entertain you!
Robert Hill was one of the world’s best dancers before retiring at the age of 41. That was nearly 20 years ago. As he nears 60, Hill, the artistic director of the famed Orlando Ballet, is staging a bold and unprecedented comeback.
A college professor in her 50s started recording her 99-year-old grandmother’s daily workouts. It sparked an idea and a new career. In “Lives Well Lived,” Sky Bergman shines a spotlight on 40 people, between the ages of 75 and 100, who are redefining what it means to “grow old.” Find out why this first-time filmmaker felt so passionate about sharing these stories and how she hopes it changes lives.
Few things are more powerful in life than a positive example. Sometimes, the right role model can be all the inspiration you need to live better, stronger and healthier lives. Meet two women who are making a difference in their communities, and in the process, inspiring others to take charge of their health.