Korey Dean of The Man Up Club tells us why he started the group and how participants grow and thrive in the club.
Lisa talks to Tedi & Sonya Serge about their idea to help young girls find and maintain self-esteem during a time when most young people are at their most vulnerable.
Dianette Wells sits down with us to talk ULTRAs, Eco-Challenge and climbing all the 7 highest mountains on each continent.
Dr. Tere Linzey of Brain MatterZ tells us how kids can learn brain skills to help them in their education and in life.
C&L talk to Deeran about his book and his appearance on Khloe Kardashian's "Revenge Body" on E!
Lisa talks to Tiffany Persons and Tedd Wakeman about the program "Shine On Sierra Leone" in Malibu for children at The Sycamore School.
C&L talk about the important commodity of connection.
After being hit with the force of a semi-truck, Troy Brown talks about walking again and moving forward with life.
Lisa talks to Molly about the loss of a child and how she is using connection to heal and dance to inspire.
Michael Gaulden tells us about his way off of living on the streets of San Diego.
An amazing chat with Paul de Gelder, and how a shark attack changed his life.
Former teammate of Kobe Bryant, Mark Madsen is remembering Kobe as a family man and a joy to be around. Mark says as a teammate, Kobe pushed him harder than anyone had before. Plus the music of C. Shirock and she lived the "Dirty John" series in real life, Terra Newell.
Singer and songwriter C. Shirock is telling us about his sound and how he came up with the idea for some of his latest songs.
C. Shirock is performing some of his latest music for us on the BeondTV Music Series.
Terra Newell has created a podcast and website to help others spot signs of manipulation and abuse. Her experiences in real life have turned into the TV series "Dirty John" and Terra tells what the reality was behind the story.
Former teammate and coach of the L.A. Lakers, Mark Madsen is remembering Kobe Bryant. Los Angeles is still reeling over the loss of Kobe and his daughter, Gianna, in a helicopter crash in Calabasas. Madsen remembers Kobe as a family man who brought joy to all around him. Plus Mark tells us how Kobe pushed him harder to be better than he'd ever been pushed before.
Ken Rose and Dave Donnelly have put together GRAMMYs first ever digital program. The book can be seen online and shared with friends. They are calling it a yearbook for music. Hear how it all came together!