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Growing Bolder Insider Vol. 133

Iggy Pop got most of the headlines but the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame also inducted a little-known rock pioneer this week. Jesse Stone wrote "Shake, Rattle & Roll" and co-founded A&M Records. Shortly before his death at the age of 97, Growing Bolder talked to Jesse about his historic career.

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"I See the Colors Like I Hear the Music"

In 1968, while the Doors and others were singing about sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll, Bobby Goldsboro was singing about "Honey." After a career in which he sold more than 35 million records, hosted a national TV show and wrote six best-selling children's books, you'd think the soon-to-be 70 Goldsboro would be winding down. Think again.

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GB WebChat: Oleda Baker

Wait until you meet the gorgeous Oleda Baker. At 75, she says she's more creative, more alive and more inspired than ever. She talks to GB CEO Marc Middleton about life, love and the pursuit of happiness as part of our new series GB WebChats. Watch the story and find out how you can take part!

Click here to watch the WebChat.


GB Radio: David Servan Schreiber

His stunning cancer diagnosis at the age of 31 forever changed the point of view of David Servan-Schreiber, M.D. He vowed if he survived he would do whatever he could to change not just the patient experience, but the treatment procedures as well. And that’s exactly what he’s done.

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GB Radio: Drs. Michael and Mary Dan Eades

Is your middle having a mid-life crisis? This husband and wife team of doctors say they've discovered the tricks you need to battle the bulge once and for all. Find out why they believe the liver is the body's most important organ for weight loss.

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Lifelong Learning Minute: Bruce Mozert

Famed photographer Bruce Mozert is now in his 90s and still working every day. Take :60 -- that's all you'll need -- and meet the man who took Hollywood underwater and shot everything from Tarzan to Sea Hunt. Mozert invented underwater cinematography and along the way helped make Jayne Mansfield a star.

Click here for this Lifelong Learning Minute and here for more!

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The Age of Opportunity

Fifty isn't what it used to be. In fact, neither is 70 or even 80. So how are you defining your own age revolution? Share your success stories and get inspired by others who are smashing stereotypes in our weekly chat, The Age of Opportunity, or AgeOp, on Twitter. It brings together people from around the world who share one thing in common -- the belief that it's never too late to achieve your dreams. Click here for all the details.


Winter Weather Photo Contest

You're probably already looking ahead to spring, but don't miss your chance to enter our Winter Weather Photo Contest! We'll be picking a winner this weekend -- on the first day of spring -- so hurry and upload your pictures today. Don't forget, one lucky winner will get a copy of Dr. Oz's bestselling book, "You: Staying Young." Check out the gallery and upload your best winter shot today!


Gold's Gym Online Community

Want to get in shape, have fun, meet new people and kick some serious butt? Growing Bolder is very excited to be partnering with Gold's Gym Florida for its new online community: http://GoldsGymFL.com. You'll meet the trainers and staff who call Gold's Gym home, and see why it's not just for muscleheads. Find workout buddies, learn about classes and tour the facilities. And hey -- tell 'em Growing Bolder sent you!


In the next Growing Bolder Insider: It's Howdy Doody time as we look at one of the oldest performing arts alive today, puppetry. There are only a dozen full-time marionette theaters in the country. Find out how they bring the generations together, with strings attached!


Deep Thoughts

“I am probably the most selfish man you will ever meet in your life. No one gets the satisfaction or the joy that I get out of seeing kids realize there is hope.”
-- Actor and philanthropist Jerry Lewis, who turns 84 this week

Did You Know?

March 15, 1972
Directed by an unknown 31-year-old Francis Ford Coppola, "The Godfather" is released. The film would win Oscars for Best Actor (Marlon Brando) and Best Picture.

March 17, 1958
The Coasters record "Yakety Yak," which will become their only No. 1 hit.