Five years ago, at the age of 100, Laura Simon became a first-time author when she penned her autobiography “I Am Still Here.” Now 105, she’s on a mission to rally the elderly in this country to stay active and engaged.
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Ray Charles is one of our greatest and most beloved musicians ever, yet little is known about his personal life. Now, his son is clearing up misconceptions about his father’s life and sharing intimate stories about their sometimes tumultuous life.
Ronnie Milsap has scored a staggering 40 No. 1 hits, but his rags-to-riches life story is far more impressive than his success on the charts.
From the outside looking in, Tom Ross has it all — a high-powered job, Broadway plays in New York and downhill runs in Utah. From the inside looking out, the view is much different. When he came to a crossroads in life, he chose to start growing bolder.
A near-death experience robbed Jay Blake of his eyesight, but it didn’t steal his race-track dreams. So, when others wouldn’t hire him, he took matters into his own hands.
Hitting a hole-in-one is hard, but it’s even harder for Dortha King, a legally blind 84-year-old.
Esther Medley recently bowled a 244, the highest in her league. That may not sound impressive until you realize that she is 94 years old and legally blind.
The man who has been called the world’s greatest living guitarist talks to Growing Bolder about his legendary career.