With his musical parter Paul Simon, Art Garfunkel helped define the sound of a generation. Fifty years after the folk rock duo’s fifth and final album was released, Garfunkel is still passionate about the causes dearest to him, he’s just released a new memoir and he’s still touring the country. He checks in with GB Radio about his legendary career and looks forward to what’s next.
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Nik Wallenda is an acrobat, aerialist, daredevil, high wire artist and an author. The “King of the Hire Wire” talks to Growing Bolder about his boldest adventures and his plans for what may be most dangerous stunt yet — a high wire walk over an active volcano in Nicaragua.
Actor John Corbett is loving his career, loving his various opportunities to explore creative projects and loving his partner of nearly 20 years, the iconic Bo Derek. As he once again steps into the shoes of Lara Jean’s dad in the popular Netflix film series “To All the Boys,” Corbett checks in with GB about his path to stardom and shares what it’s like to keep discovering yourself at various stages of your life.
We catch up with the one and only Olivia Newton-John in this candid and heartfelt conversation about her iconic career, her multiple battles against cancer and her commitment to using her experiences to make a difference in the lives of others.
Elayne Boosler was an up-and-coming comedian alongside the likes of Leno, Kaufman and Williams. She’s since been named one of the 50 best standup comics of all time, and she says she learned a lot of life lessons as a woman trying to make her way in a male-dominated field. Find out how she’s inspired a generation of women to pursue lives in comedy.
There is something happening across the world that is changing aging — the amazing growth of interest and participation in senior or masters sports. Kyle Case is the CEO of the Huntsman World Senior Games, an event that draws nearly 12,000 athletes to its annual competition. He explains why master sports are booming and shares tips for getting involved yourself.
For someone who was introduced to us as a dumb blonde, Suzanne Somers has evolved into one of the most thoughtful celebrities. She shares what she’s learned about taking charge of your own health.
Why wasn’t he a part of The Brat Pack? What was it like to a have a front-row seat to Charlie Sheen’s epic meltdown? Jon Cryer tells all in his memoir, “So That Happened.” But first, he’s talking to Growing Bolder Radio!
Sean Hepburn Ferrer, the son of the great Audrey Hepburn, explains how his mother’s passion for making a difference in the world motivates him to help those suffering from rare diseases, such as the rare disease that took her life.
If you couldn’t find an assisted living center good enough for your mother, would you build one? Larry Pino did. How is it different than traditional centers? What did he learn during the process. He explains.