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.
Meet Mike and Clark Orr, a father-son design team with a common passion for creating.
Whether you are looking to focus on your own spirituality, work on your mental health, or just gain a more positive outlook on life, add time for reading in your 2023 routine.
One of the gifts of aging is the opportunity to reinvent yourself, again and again. From beauty queen to roadie to seamstress and restauranteur, Maxine Earhart has done just that…and she’s not finished yet.
Kermit Weeks believes we are all born with a desire to rise above, to free ourselves from our earthly bounds and soar among the clouds.
Creativity is the essence of every Cirque du Soleil performance, and it took that same powerful creativity for the 38-year-old company to survive a recession, failing shows, and the Covid-19 pandemic.
This sweet potato risotto is loaded with, you guessed it — sweet potatoes, but also gets added flavor from goat cheese, Parmesan cheese, brown butter and some bacon.
When doctors told Tony Handler he had two years to live they could not have been more wrong. Or were they? In some ways, it was the end of the old Tony and the beginning of a whole new way of life for him; one filled with activity, courage and gratitude.
Mitch Albom is a best-selling author, screenwriter, journalist, and musician. His books have sold over 40 million copies worldwide. This…
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From Therea Clower’s grief, “Into Light Project” was born, a national non-profit organization dedicated to changing the conversation about drug addiction; a tribute to others, like her son, who lost their lives to opioid addiction.
In 2010, in what can only be described as a very Growing Bolder move, Nanton challenged himself to chase his dream of becoming a documentary filmmaker. It was an ambitious goal but Nanton, if nothing else, is a man who knows how to take what is and create what might be.
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.