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Good Health: The choice is yours

As I lay on the gurney, the anesthesiologist, who looks young enough to be a junior in high school, asks me how my pain level is.  I tell her it is at eight. She asks, “Are you sure it is […]

Good Health: The choice is yours

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As I lay on the gurney, the anesthesiologist, who looks young enough to be a junior in high school, asks me how my pain level is.  I tell her it is at eight. She asks, “Are you sure it is […]

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Ernest Dillihay speaks with Ron Brewington on Actor’s Choice

HOLLYWOOD, CA (September 20, 2018) — On Monday, September 24th at 11:00AM PST member, Cultural Legacy Project, LA Inner City Cultural Center, C. Bernard Jackson Memorial Library Ernest Dillihay talks

Walking: Great for health and happiness

It is true; to maintain health, enhance happiness and even to improve wealth we all need to exercise. Fortunately, there are limitless ways we can get that essential exercise.

Glimpsing Steinbeck’s “Collective Mind” Through Steve Hauk’s Stories

Reflecting on “the soul of artists and writers,” nineteenth-century philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche observed that art “performs the task of preserving, even touching up extinct, faded areas; when it accomplishes

Gloria is here so don’t cross her

Written by playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins Gloria debuted at the Vanguard Theatre, Off-Broadway, in May of 2015. By 2016 it became a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for a Drama.

NFL Week 2: The Evil Nike Empire, Josh Gordon and the end of table slamming

16 Games:With a 16 game season before the playoffs, losing in both weeks one and two are the equivalent of starting a baseball season losing your first 20 games.

Dodgers continue to fight for the division or at least a playoff berth

Just 24 hours after the Los Angeles Dodgers claimed the top spot in the National League West, they find themselves once again fighting for their chance to play in

Never, ever quit

We know plenty of people who have set out on a particular path only to quit when they are faced with seemingly insurmountable obstacles. This is true in virtually

Underemployment challenges our nation’s future

This past spring, I was informed the position I held at a local counseling center was ending due to a lack of clients. I was serving as the teacher

Protoje’s Penetrating Perspective

As much or more than any album in recent memory, in any genre, reggae star Protoje’s A Matter of Time— released at the end of June to universal critical acclaim —

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