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February 14, 2016

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Angi Brzycki’s stealth love letter operation was a valentine for the finding

It may be a little murky how St. Valentine became synonymous with romantic love, but it is no longer a mystery as to how Angi Brzycki did. She wanted a project to bring back the love letter, so for the entire year of 2013 she circulated weekly love by stealth. Every Wednesday she typed a […]

 

February 9, 2016

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Hank Berman raised by two deaf parents sheds interesting light on quite a bit

Hank Berman, a San Francisco marriage family and child therapist, has some interesting light to shed. On so many things. He is a tri-lingual hearing son raised by two deaf parents, was a pioneer of the psychedelic 60s, took part in teaching Koko the gorilla to speak English, has traveled extensively, and knows how to […]

 

February 1, 2016

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Joshua Abramson is back to tell you why “I love you” is good for business

Good news. Joshua Abramson is back to talk about another aspect of this “I love you” and his personal undertaking to have the entire world’s population, all 7 million of us, to forsake “hello” for “I love you.” He told us last time about how he came to this mission, yes, the voice in the shower he […]

 

January 28, 2016

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Hank Garrett from Harlem to Hollywood with strength and wit

You most likely know Hank Garrett from the popular 60s NBC sit-com “Car 54 Where Are You?” in the role of Officer Ed Nicholson. What you may not know is that it would be hard to conceive of a fictional character that comes close to the drama of Hank Garrett’s actual life. He was raised in […]

 

January 19, 2016

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Cynthia Toussaint from fields of torment to permanent beauty and grace

Cynthia Toussaint is a cheerful, grounded and beautiful woman who knew as a girl she was meant to be on stage. And, work toward that she did, with talent, grace and diligence as her guide. She was well on her way only to see her career cut short and her life knocked off balance by […]

 

January 11, 2016

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Jenni Gold Hollywood filmmaker whose director’s chair has an interesting advantage

Filmmaker Jenni Gold knew early that she wanted to come to Hollywood from Florida to become a film director So she did. She is a wonderful story-teller, insightful, funny, smooth, emotionally generous and with the agility to keep her eye on simultaneously occurring aspects of a tale. She talks about how she went from being an […]

 

January 4, 2016

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Natalie Lander actress from a theatrical family you surely know

Natalie Lander comes from more than a long and charmingly complicated line of theatrical talent; she comes from a long line of love for that family, and you can feel it with every word she says about them. Her family is, in her words, “an interesting melting pot of performers and industry people. My mom […]

 

December 27, 2015

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Tyler Olson actor beautiful as him or as her

Tye Olson is a Minnesota-born actor, who came to San Francisco from Los Angeles to work on the film Watercolors. He lost track temporarily of the path he had set for himself when, at 21, he found he was HIV positive. But, resilient as he is, life took over in ways that he never planned. When […]

 

December 13, 2015

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Katherine Crawford defined by independence and the courage to conquer some demons

Katherine Crawford, classic beauty, actor, model has a lot to say about her life and career that runs a path through devastating personal difficulty, physical pain, isolation and finally to freedom. Born in South Africa and cared for by a loving nursemaid rather than her mother, the cultural changes she faced were formidable. The American […]

 

December 10, 2015

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Musadiq Bidar’s love letter to his parents who saw him safely through refugee camp to American adulthood

When the Taliban took over, four-year-old Muadiq Bidar and his immediate family fled Afghanistan, making their way to a Pakistani refugee camp. For the next several years Musadiq spent 12 hours a day making rugs. No school. Not what a childhood should be. And yet, what his parents gave him was somehow exactly what a child […]