Suzanne meets Dr. Richard Rothman, 80-year-old surgeon and founder of the Rothman Institute; Judith Sachs invites us to her dance class, where we learn that anyone can dance; the Spitz's welcome us to explore their ceramics studio.
Dana Donofree shows off her lingerie line, made for women living life after a mastectomy. Debra Rapoport teaches us how she makes her wacky hats. Mary Aldworth tells us about her talented band of seniors, "The Grateful Alive."
Suzanne meets two patients whose lives have been changed by two different and successful surgeries; art therapist Mindy Jacobson-Levy explains the mental and physical health benefits of coloring as an adult.
Dr. Timothy Fox discusses issues with ageism; Geri Brin, creator of FabOverFifty.com, teaches us how to NOT dress our age; Bill Haley and His Comets drummer, Dick Richards, stops by to "rock around the clock."
Suzanne discovers everything there is to know about "advanced style;" Doughboy Watch Co. invites us to peek inside their studio; drummer Dick Richards throws down a beat and discusses his time with Bill Haley and The Comets.
Suzanne visits a unique pet adoption platform in Philly, Le Cat Café. Liz Cadman introduces us to box subscriptions, the new way to online shop. The Morris Arboretum shows off its beautifully intricate Garden Railways.
Two veterans discuss the mission behind their "granny handymen" service. Also: Members of the Transition Network detail the services the group provides; and a look at turning old photos into works of art.