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John Lavitt lived on the Greek island of Patmos, studying with the late American poet Robert Lax, after graduating with honors from Brown University. John’s published work includes three articles in Chicken Soup For The Soul and over 550 articles for The Fix . Find John on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Apollo Offers A Revolutionary Wearable Device For Stress Relief In A...

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic's intense anxiety, Dr. David Rabin and Kathryn Fantauzzi open the door to effective stress relief and personal optimization with Apollo...

One-Man Show Wiesenthal about the Nazi Hunter Streamed by the Wallis

In a dark time in human history, an even darker time is revealed in Tom Dugan’s powerful one-man take on the bittersweet retirement of...

Jamie Redford (1962-2020) Carved Out A Loving Legacy Of Affirmation And...

The director and screenwriter leaves behind a wife, two grown kids, and a shining career as a passionate documentary filmmaker who helped make the...

NeoRhythm Enhances COVID-19 Doldrums With A Neurostimulation Headband

OmniPEMF, a cutting edge technology company, introduces a unique wearable device that uses electromagnetic pulses to enhance mental capacity, promote relaxation, and improve sleep. By...

Valley Girl Screenwriter Amy Talkington Reimagines An Eighties Classic

In the middle of a pandemic, Amy Talkington offers a breath of fresh air with a vibrant new look at Valley Girl, transforming the...

Experience the Unswerving Musical Truth of “Not Exactly Nashville” by C.M....

In a time of worldwide crisis, here is a brutally honest record of suffering and survival that reminds us that we can get through...

Mikal Gilmore & Elaine Schock Share A Healing Journey In Stay...

“Grace, strength, and perseverance shine through in this snapshot of a human family dealing with the crazy adversities life throws at us.” Willie Nelson By...

The Pasadena Playhouse’s Production of The Father Is Heartbreakingly Poignant

Alfred Molina and his supporting cast come together to render a tragic, yet bravely defiant investigation into the fractured memories of a good man...

Gregory Porter Revives Royce Hall With Rousing Vocals

Grateful for UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance’s offering, a thrilled and cultured audience celebrates the vocal stylings of Gregory Porter and his virtuoso...

The Lights Of The Kirk Douglas Theatre Dim To Honor A...

Marking the passing of Kirk Douglas, the Center Theatre Group dims the lights of the beautiful Culver City theatre named after the legendary actor...