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AARP's decision to put Luke Perry on the cover of its magazine generated a lot of headlines this week. The man who starred as the tortured and brooding teenage hearthrob Dylan McKay on the mega-hit "Beveraly Hills 90210" recently celebrated his 50th birthday and it all seemed to be too much for his Gen X fans. Growing Bolder Founder and CEO Marc Middleton has a message for those who think this news suddenly makes them "old" -- stop whining! Click here to watch his Facebook Live rant and find out why this form of ageism has got to stop once and for all.
Larry Weissman spent the '60s staging huge concerts in San Francisco. Now he's in his 60s, and this time, he's the one making the music as one of NY's hottest dance music DJs. He explains how music has the power to bring the generations together and Weissman, a former corporate executive with Wells Fargo, explains why he had no interest in a traditional retirement.
Listen to our conversation with Larry "DJ PreSkool" Weissman
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It’s never too late to live your best life, and to start Growing Bolder. But you have to commit to getting and staying active – mentally and physically!

We spoke with our friend and Growing Bolder contributor Barbara Hannah Grufferman, who offered inspiration and advice.

Plus, she shared the reasons she’s partnering with TYLENOL® 8-Hour Arthritis Pain and their #WhatMovesMe campaign, which celebrates the drive that arthritis sufferers have to keep pursuing their passions, despite the pain they face.

Note: This segment is sponsored by TYLENOL®.
One of the keys to Growing Bolder is having a spirit of adventure, but it’s not always easy to hit the road or do a lot of traveling. Taylor Hicks -- yes, the American Idol winner -- wants to take you on a VIRTUAL tour of America, highlighting each state’s best plate of food.

State Plate features crab cakes in Maryland, peaches in Georgia, chili in Texas, potatoes in Idaho and much more. Plus, you’ll meet the people behind the plates as Taylor visits farms, ranches, markets and festivals to uncover the stories of ordinary people pursuing extraordinary lives. We spoke with Taylor about the show, some of the surprises in store and much more! Watch it now at and tune into INSP for the first episode of State Plate this Friday at 9 pm ET.

Note: This segment is sponsored by INSP.
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