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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It’s safe to say nobody had a world-renowned cellist serenading people at a vaccination clinic on their list of potential pandemic chronicles.
Miami-based photographer George Kamper shows how he’s using creativity — and a really large inflatable ball to maintain his sanity in these trying times.
Jamaican-born David Muir has called South Florida home for nearly 20 years. And in that time, he’s connected deeply with the community through his photography, his writing, his social work, his passion for celebrating Caribbean cooking on TV and at food festivals and now through a permanent celebration of island culture.
Bubble wrap as pop art. Who knew? Bradley Hart has found his artistic muse in the pop-pop-pop magic of bubble wrap.
Now 94, Bennett is among the more than five million Americans who have Alzheimer’s disease. Experts predict those numbers will rise to epidemic proportions as those born between 1954 and 1964 enter their late 60s and 70s.
The last time we checked in on Cher, she was engaged in a worthy cause: freeing the “world’s loneliest elephant” and now she’s on a new mission.
Words matter because they resonate among all generations and can build bridges of kindness and compassion. Take a bow, Amanda Gorman.
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.
GB’s Marc Middleton talks to Martha Jo about how she gets inspired, why abstract is her preferred style and the ways she continues to take risks in her art.
Influential Fashion blogger, photographer, author and filmmaker, Ari Seth Cohen’s eye for fashion and love drew him to discover how stylish and inspiring people can be at what he calls an Advanced Age.
Now in his mid-90s, world-renowned artist Harold Garde not only still paints daily in his home studio, he sees his work as the ultimate act of artistic rebellion. He explains to Growing Bolder why he refuses to paint for the galleries, collectors, shows or museums, but is instead focused on pleasing one person: himself. Listen to him speak passionately on the art of aging, society’s focus on legacies and the privilege he thinks every aging person deserves.