Do we still have the will to confront social inequities like we did in our youth? A weekend-run epiphany connects hip-hop and graffiti to history-changing movements of the ‘60s and ‘70s — and strengthens a resolve for confronting ageism.
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Tony Bennett is retiring at 95, leaving behind a fabulous legacy that spans more than eight decades. But before he leaves the stage, he and duet partner Lady Gaga are sharing a parting gift.
Linda Hollerbach was diagnosed with breast cancer and 10 years later with melanoma. Throughout her treatment and journey, she discovered the healing power of creativity.
The indomitable optimism of Eugene Snowden. Snowden is many things: Bombastic. Soulful. Hilarious. Kind. Groovy. Intellectual. Humble. Aggressive. Outrageous. Creative. Uncontrollable. Lovable. Artistic.
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Some call Clyde Butcher the Ansel Adams of our time due to his breathtaking photographs of the Florida Everglades. At 79, he’s still capturing this national treasure in photographs.
In 2020, the year of Covid-19 and the assorted hardships that come with it, finding something to smile about may be challenging. But here’s something that can make your heart sing: Dionne Warwick is on Twitter.
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Thanks to our ever-evolving digital world, it’s now easier than ever before to get online and get creative. While tangible creative outlets like painting, playing an instrument, crafting and cooking are wonderful ways to let your imagination run wild, don’t sleep on the many apps that are easy to use and can spice up your photos, drawing and designs online.
The impact of creativity on people living with dementia is slowly transforming the way they are cared for. Creative activities have been shown to not only prevent or delay the onset of dementia, but they can also reduce depression, agitation, and isolation by providing the power of choice and decision making.
Acclaimed photojournalist David Burnett was drawn to the National Senior Games in Ft. Lauderdale for the same reason Growing Bolder was — to record and share the inspiring stories and images of athletes from age 50 to 103 who are defying the stereotypes of age.
GrandPad has created a product specifically for older adults to take high quality photos and share them with loved ones.
Creative expression is liberating, satisfying, and enhances our quality of life. It’s all about figuring out who we are and what we want to say and sharing it with the world in our own unique way. From fashion to photography to fitness, these fascinating folks over 50 are sharing their chosen creative outlets with their online communities.
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82-year-old Richard Thill serves as a Grand Advisor to a tech company called GrandPad, helping to get more seniors online and connected to loved ones.
As a medical doctor, photographer, mother, world traveler and FAA Certified Drone Pilot, Claire Johnson has many impressive attributes. Intelligence. Persistence. Determination. But her greatest characteristic might be this: staying open to the possibilities.