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Key Howard's dream was a career in show biz. And it's a dream that came true time and time again. Now in his mid-80s, he's not done dreaming yet. The man who worked with everyone from Bob Hope to Don Rickles has a very special message about YOUR dreams. Click here to watch his story.
 
 
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Hall of Famer Cal Ripken, Jr. makes his first diplomatic trip as an American Public Diplomacy Envoy for the State Department. Experience how he reintroduces one of America's favorite pastimes to one of the world's oldest civilizations. Don't miss "A Shortstop in China," premiering Saturday, March 1 at 8 p.m. ET, only on RLTV. Click here for local listings.

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TALES FROM KILI


Thank you to everyone who took the time to send us words of support and encouragement for our Team GB members who traveled across the world to Africa for a very important mission: to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro as part of Livestrong's Survivor Summit. Our cameras were rolling the entire time, and over the coming days, weeks and months, we'll be sharing incredible stories of hope, inspiration and possibility. Growing Bolder's Marc Middleton and Wendy Chioji are sharing their stories of this extraordinary adventure in a series of blog posts. Check them out below. We guarantee you'll be inspired to climb the mountains in your own life.
 
  Conquering Kili With Love
Growing Bolder Founder and CEO Marc Middleton explains how he and the 15 other cancer warriors reached the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro by tapping into the infinite power of love. Find out more about this grueling yet magical experience and what lessons from it you can apply to your life. Click here to read Marc's Huffington Post blog about this life-changing event.
 
Journey to the Top
On her trek to the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro, Growing Bolder's Wendy Chioji kept a daily journal. She's sharing those diary entires on her blog. Follow her entire journey, from the nervousness of the first day to the emotional, exhausting and ultimately exhilarating final journey to the summit of the world's tallest free-standing mountain. Click here to get started.
 
 
  A Special Video Postcard for Stuart Scott
Did you know ESPN anchor Stuart Scott's very first TV sports job was in Orlando with Growing Bolder's Marc Middleton and Wendy Chioji? The three have remained good friends over the years. Stuart has been very public over the last several years with his multiple battles against cancer. During his efforts to raise awareness about cancer, Stuart has also become good friends with Livestrong CEO and fellow survivor Doug Ulman. As the Survivor Summit team approached the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro, they paused to record a very special message for their friend Stuart, who is once again battling cancer. Click here to watch their message of support and love, from the roof of Africa. After seeing the message, Stuart tweeted, "Beauty of Cancer? Friends who fight 4 & WITH u. HONORED by Fellow survivors @wchioji & @LIVESTRONGCEO recent tribute. Also gotta thank my man @MarcMiddleton for #SurvivorSummit. You believed in my TV talent 24 yrs ago & allowed me to grow as a broadcaster!" Click here to watch the video tribute.