Meet the Hornman!
From a conch to a tuba, Bill Nemoyten plays them all. See how this pied piper uses his unique collection to delight audiences and spread his passion for music to all who will listen!
Recreating Ships from Long Ago
With skill and a meticulous attention to detail, a man shows Growing Bolder how a passion can result in historical keepsakes.
Do hobbies make every other part of your life better? Patrice Tanaka was at the top of the corporate ladder but she was in a funk. Find out how hitting the dance floor changed her life in ways she never imagined.
Red Hot Meat Loaf!!
Meat Loaf kicked off his new concert tour in spectacular fashion at Milwaukee's Summerfest last night, and it was a show not to be missed! Here is the preview article about Meat Loaf and his upcoming tour and album that ran in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel newspaper just before.
This was the opening night of Summerfest, routinely described as "The Big Gig" and "The World's Largest Music...
After a devastating accident, Bob Tuschman swore to himself that if he recovered he would change everything. He did recover, then quit his job and followed his passion over to the Food Channel where he is now Vice President.
Swimmer Edgar Larson wouldn’t let a major medical episode get in the way of his passion. The 85-year-old worked his way back to health and won nine gold medals along the way.
Marjorie Thompson had her passions and goals, but life had other plans for her. She accomplished a lot many can't say they have, but Thompson still yearned for more.
Sex wasn't invented yesterday
I guess when it comes to talking about
sex (as opposed to sexually talking while actively engaged), we each have our
set of guidelines and rules. For some,
the topic is off limits with just about everyone. For others, more so with women it seems, they
limit the talk about sex in their lives to a few friends of the same sex.
. Of course there may be sexual
innuendos, mostly by men, couched...
True Stardom in Unexpected Places
Ginger loved to sing, so at mid-life she took a risk and decided to become a full-time performer. She just never expected her music to strike a chord with the audience it did.
After retiring at the ripe old age of 50, Pat Paciello realized he had a lot of living left. So, in between his four rounds of golf a week, he wrote a humorous book about the joys of aging and retirement.