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Jessica Schatz: The woman in motion

Recently I heard of a woman in the greater Los Angeles area who had earned a remarkable reputation as one of the most effective and compelling instructors in the art of greater health, better movement and far less pain through […]

Jessica Schatz: The woman in motion

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Recently I heard of a woman in the greater Los Angeles area who had earned a remarkable reputation as one of the most effective and compelling instructors in the art of greater health, better movement and far less pain through […]

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Theatre West presents the award-winning “The Face Behind the Face Behind the Face”

As I sat in my seat at the charming Theatre West watching the undeniably vastly talented award winning actor/singer Anthony Gruppuso take us on a wild ride through the

Actor’s Co-op presents Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘The 39 Steps’

Award winning Actor’s Co-op Theatre Company has just launched its 26th season with Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps, adapted by Patrick Barlow. Okay so say Alfred Hitchcock and what

“Master Class” is the best show in town

Master Class was written by acclaimed playwright and longtime friend of Garry Marshall, Terrence McNally. It was also one of Garry’s favorite plays and now it has become one

Red wine for great health or pterostilbene

Over the past few years there has been a lot of chatter about how drinking red wine can be a great boost to your overall health. There is indeed

Road Theatre Company presents “Stupid Kid”

The story actually begins 14 years before the current day when then young Chick Ford inexplicably stands up in court and pleads guilty to the murder of his girlfriend.

Miramar Air Show salutes Vietnam Veterans

Ah ten HUT!  A Salute to Vietnam Veterans Air Show From the Halls of Montezuma to the Main Gate of MCAS Miramar, San Diego, California it is time again for

“Fixed” is a story of love that never had a chance

Wow! I couldn’t quite believe what I was seeing. It reached down deep within me and brought back powerful memories from over a half century ago and now here

CoQ10, is it really something good?

Over the past several years CoQ10 has risen to at or near the top of supplements people take and love. But what exactly is “coenzyme Q 10”, what are

“Walking to Buchenwald” is a journey into extreme

Currently on stage at the Atwater Village Theatre the Open Fist Theatre Company presents Walking to Buchanwald written by Tom Jacobson. It is a fairly short two act show

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