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Quiet Confidence

In this episode of Growing Bolder, we prove that beauty is both skin AND body deep at any age. Plus, paying tribute to an aviation hero and tracing family roots — what will you find?

Segments Include:

  • Discover Your Inner Sex Symbol
    • The expression “less is more” has never been more true. Women are taking it off, to turn it back on! Boudoir photography is hot, in more ways that one! And it’s not just those young, skinny 20-somethings, it’s women in mid-life and beyond who are giving their all, well, just about, to prove that age is irrelevant!
  • Celebrating 50 Years of Skydiving History
    • On August 16, 1960, Air Force Capt. Joe Kittinger rode a helium balloon to 102,800 feet — the very edge of space — and jumped. Fifty years later, to commemorate man’s longest leap, Kittinger became the first inductee into the National Skydiving Museum Hall of Fame.
  • Tracing Your Family Tree
    • Ever wonder where you came from? Digging up your family tree’s roots can help you see a more clear future. We’ll take a look at how technology is making it easier than ever to find out who you really are!
  • Bobby Goldsboro: Musical Colors
    • In 1968 while Joplin, Hendrix, the Doors and Jefferson Airplane were singing about sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll, Bobby Goldsboro was singing about “Honey.” After a career in which he sold more than 35 million records, hosted a national TV show, wrote six best-selling children’s books and produced a national PBS show, you’d think the soon-to-be 70 Goldsboro would be winding down. Think again.

  • Janna

    I am looking forward to seeing BObby Goldsbor later this  month  

  • Janna

    I have been an avid fan of Boby  Goldsboro’s since 1974 or so when I heard “Honey”. I have seen Bobby 10 times. I am thankful that Boby Goldsboro, sing songs that I  am able to listen to with my parents and When my grandmother was alive we would listen to Booby Goldsboro. Like myslef, my grandmother was a Bobby Goldsboro fan.