Growing BolderTry, Try, Trying Triathlon
See why the over-40 crowd is try, try, trying triathlon in record numbers. And, they're finally getting the recognition they deserve! Meet the last surviving Rosie the Riveters, on this episode of Growing Bolder.
A physician from the biomedical research facility at Johns Hopkins shares current information about skin cancer and other similar or related skin conditions that might be facing older adults who have spent too much time in the sun.
Healthline examines household allergies.
Taste of HistoryJefferson's Monticello I
We start a special four-part series cooking in Thomas Jefferson's actual kitchen at Monticello, his Virginia home. Chef Staib prepares Jefferson's favorite exotic dish, Stuffed Cabbage with Fried Asparagus.
Taste of HistoryJefferson's Monticello II
In this next episode at Monticello, we tour 'The Dependencies' that housed the beer and wine cellars and the ice house, to learn how 18th Century food was harvested and stored. Chef Staib also borrows Jefferson's kitchen to prepare Bouilli.
Victory GardenWildflower Garden
Travel with us to New England's premiere wildflower garden, Garden in the Woods, to see how an elaborate bog garden takes shape, then Michael Weishan demonstrates how to beat the heat while planting your own bog garden.
Victory GardenStriking Annuals
Are you looking to brighten your garden with annuals? Tune in for tips on selecting striking annuals. Then Michael Weishan visits Blithwold Mansion on Rhode Island's Narragansett Bay to tour the estate's 'Inspired Gardens.'
Growing BolderHit the High Notes
Take a ride on a solar-powered scooter with one of the biggest names in rock and roll. Plus, a woman whose story will inspire you to start surviving and thriving, on this episode of Growing Bolder.
Growing BolderDo You Dare to Go Bare?
Watch the photo finish of an inspirational race featuring two unlikely athletes. Plus, dare to go bare! How revealing some skin may reveal your inner sex symbol, on this episode of Growing Bolder.