Stamp Out FPS (Failure to Play Syndrome)
Two years ago I took up golf. Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think I would take up golf. Hitting a tiny ball into a little hole outside in the hot Florida sun did not sound remotely appealing. Besides, I already had a hobby that could produce as much frustration as any golf match- pottery!. Centering eight or even five pounds of clay on a potter’s wheel could exasperate a cat. In my...
Get out there and play. Ernie Bach did and walked away with 24 medals at the Good Life Games.
Dr. Stuart Brown
A respected doctor has found proof that playing is good for the mind, body and soul. Find out how you can play your way to better health today.
When she was a young girl, Ethyl Lehmann didn't get to play too many sports. Now 77, she's making up for lost time.
Michael Cole is the CEO of Fit Brains and says taking 5 minutes of of your day to play will help prevent dementia.
Never Leave the Playground
Stephen Jepson believes the key to never losing your balance -- or your mind -- is in the games and activities of our youth. Wait until you see his incredible playground.
She fell in love with the piano when she was a young child, and decades later, she's still tickling the ivories and sharing her passion for music with others.
Neil Sedaka is an icon and he believes he and his music can remain relevant for years to come.
Red Hat Society Presents Hats! The Musical
It's been ten years since Sue Ellen Cooper came up with an idea that would change the lives of over a million women approaching or over the age of 50. Why are so many women drawn to it? A new musical is touring the nation that explains it all!
You could say that entertainer Rip Taylor is an overnight sensation -- 40 years in the making. Find out why a whole new generation is embracing the King of Confetti.