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ADUNNI & NEFERTITI: Accompanied by traditional instruments and dressed in colorful traditional costumes, the all-female group sings folk songs, lullabies, and a capella pieces from Nigeria, and share cultural traditions and stories from their African homes. See a brief video here. (7/6/13, Bobbee Zeno)
JULIE ADAMS: Although most noted as the leading lady in “Creature from the Black Lagoon,” the actress has had an extensive career on screen, inlcuding such films as “Bright Victory” and “Slaughter on Tenth Avenue,” and guest appearances in over 100 television shows from "The Andy Griffith Show" and "Murder, She Wrote" to "Lost" and "Cold Case." Julie and her son, Mitchell Danton, have written her autobiography entitled, Lucky Southern Star: Reflections from the Black Lagoon. (4/19/14 - Part 1, 6/14/14 - Part 2 John Semper Jr.)
MARCI ALBOHER is Vice President of Encore.org, a nonprofit showing people how to pursue second acts for the greater good. She is the author of "One Person/Multiple Careers" and created the “Shifting Careers” blog for the New York Times. Her new book is The Encore Career Handbook: How to Make a Difference in the Second Half of Life. More here. (3/16/13, Tim Carpenter)
KATHRYN ALICE, RScP teaches and writes breakthrough material in the arenas of dating and love. Her approach stresses awareness and faith, and this positive, upbeat outlook has helped many singles enjoy their unattached status and thousands go on to find love. She was the author of the "Dating, Love & Soulmates" column for HOLISTIC LIVING MAGAZINE until the magazine's closing. Kathryn served as the Director for The Agape Spiritual Center's Crisis Support Team for six years, and Agape is where she is based. Learn more at www.KathrynAlice.com.(5/22/15 ET Online, Alicia Sedwick)
The soulful energy of jazz vocalist ERNIE ANDREWS was discovered by songwriter Joe Greene in 1947. He produced Ernie's first hit, "Soothe Me," and, at 17, Ernie was launched on a career that continues today. He plays clubs, concerts and jazz festivals throughout the world, and often performs in Las Vegas. Learn more about Ernie and get his performance schedule on his website. (5/31/14, Bobbee Zeno Musical Rewind)
ASHTON APPLEWHITE began blogging about aging and ageism in 2007 and started speaking on the subject in 2012, the year she started the "Yo, Is This Ageist?" blog. She is a Knight Fellow, New York Times Fellow, and Yale Law School Fellow; and has been recognized by the New York Times, National Public Radio, and the American Society on Aging as an expert on ageism. In 2015 she was included in a list of 100 inspiring women—along with Arundhati Roy, Aung Sang Suu Kyi, Germaine Greer, and other remarkable activists who are committed to social change. She is the author of This Chair Rocks: A Manifesto Against Ageism. (3/20/16 Tim Carpenter)
“THE ARTFULLY AGING RADIO HOUR” is the culminating performance of a unique story-telling class for seniors at Riverview Senior Housing, created as a collaboration between EngAGE CommonBond Communities, Pillsbury House + Theatre, Hippocrates Café, and Aroha Philanthropies. The show was recorded at the Hippocrates Café in Minneapolis, MN. (3/12/17)
STUART ASHMAN is CEO and President of the Museum of Latin American Art, located in Long Beach. He is a museum executive and cultural arts ambassador who has worked in the arts for 30 years. He has published numerous articles and co-authored the books "Photography New Mexico" in 2009, and "Abstract Art" in 2003. Learn more about Stuart Ashman here, and more about the Museum of Latin American Art here. (1/11/14, Bobbee Zeno)