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Par t crusader, part comedian, Jim Murray was a once-in-a-generation literary talent who just happened to ply his trade on newsprint, right near the box scores and race results. During his lifetime, Murray rose through the ranks of journalism, from hard-bitten 1940s crime reporter, to national Hollywood correspondent, to the top sports columnist in the United States. In Last King of the Sports Page: The Life and Career of Jim Murray, Ted Geltner chronicles Jim Murray’s experiences with twentieth-century American sports, culture, and journalism. At the peak of his influence, Murray was published in more than 200 newspapers. From 1961 to 1998, Murray penned more than 10,000 columns from his home base at the Los Angeles Times. His offbeat humor and unique insight made his column a must-read for millions of sports fans. He was named Sportswriter of the Year an astounding fourteen times, and his legacy was cemented when he became one of only four writers to receive the prestigious Pulitzer Prize for coverage of sports. Geltner now gives readers a first look at Murray’s personal archives and dozens of fresh interviews with sports and journalism personalities, including Arnold Palmer, Mario Andretti, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Yogi Berra, Frank Deford, Rick Reilly, Dan Jenkins, Roy Firestone, and many more. www.tedgeltner.com
A 6-year-old girl goes to the movies with her mom and is killed by a gunman intent on death. Even the nation’s grown-ups have had trouble coming to terms with the shocking shootings Friday in Aurora, Colo. Imagine how frightened and baffled our youngest citizens are, says Steven Hill, a counselor with two master ‘s degrees in psychology and author of “The Adventures of Katie Bubbles” (www.MyKatieBubbles.com ), a book series designed to help children ages 8 to 12 understand and adopt good values. “Kids have good moral and intellectual intuitions, but they need guidance – and they need it in a way that respects their intelligence,” Hill says. “I think most children have heard about the Batman movie shootings; it’s nearly impossible to shield them from such news. Rather than avoiding a conversation about it, parents and others concerned about children should talk.” Asking children about their feelings and any fears they may have helps them pull them out to examine in a safe way. Even if children seem to be handling the information well, It’s a good time to talk about our values and their capacity to affect others in profoundly good – or bad – ways.
“You’re not the person I married—you’ve changed!”“I’m not the one who changed, you did!” Throughout his career as a marriage counselor, Dr. Steven Craig has heard those accusations repeated by couples over and over, reflecting a dangerous belief common to many strained relationships—the belief that change should be avoided at all costs. And yet the truth is as striking as it is straightforward: marriages don’t fail when people change; they fail when people don’t change.In The 6 Husbands Every Wife Should Have, Dr. Craig divides the typical marriage into six stages, outlining the common misconceptions and opportunities for growth at each stage. From the earliest stage—becoming the right person for one’s spouse in the new marriage—to thinking and acting as a team and thereafter adjusting to the dynamics of parenthood, caring for older children and elderly parents, adapting to the empty nest, and, finally, growing into the golden years as a dependable companion, 6 Husbands shows how a successful marriage, far from being dependent on finding the right person, actually depends on the husband and wife becoming the right people.
"Raw" food is energizing people around the world. Eating raw no longer means consuming carrot sticks and boring fruit plates—it's a whole new cuisine and lifestyle. Featuring the same fun and passionate style that has made hers one of the most popular raw food blogs, chef Kristen Suzanne takes readers step by step through the raw food lifestyle: equipping the kitchen, grocery shopping, eating out, dealing with setbacks (and family members!), improving digestion, and losing weight, until eating raw becomes second nature. Plus, the book features 50 fabulous recipes—no cooking required!—for treats like sprouted protein bars, lasagna, soups, brownies, and even cheesecake! Accessible, fun, and packed with information not available anywhere else, this volume is a must-have for anyone who truly cares about health and nutrition.
What would you sacrifice to recover your health, to even potentially save your life? In a provocative new feature documentary, THE SACRED SCIENCE, eight brave souls afflicted with illnesses; Parkinson’s disease, breast cancer, diabetes and more, leave everything behind in search of deeper answers to heal themselves in the heart of the Amazon jungle. Five will return with real results, two will return disappointed, and one won't come back at all. THE SACRED SCIENCE will be available on iTunes and DVD on September 18, 2012. “A couple of years ago, a good friend of mine told me he had Parkinson's disease. I started researching natural means to cure him, and what I found is that if you trace the origins of Western pharmaceuticals, over 25% of their active ingredients come from the Amazon Rainforest. I began to wonder, what else is in the Amazon Rainforest, there are over 44,000 plant species,” shares filmmaker Nick Polizzi as his inspiration for making his groundbreaking film. http://www.thesacredscience.com
Beyond the Great Abyss is about a journey begun out of desperation for relief from the multitude of health problems Becca Chambers was facing, both emotional and physical. The traditional western medical go-to treatments had failed to bring her any real relief. She finds release through a combination of homeopathic remedies offered to her through her holistic and intuitive medical doctor, Dr. Keith DeOrio. As she delves deeper into the world of homeopathy and energy medicine, she finds that it is not just her physical wounds that seem to be healing but the emotional as well. Becca Chambers is a naturopath, author, and medical intuitive, specializing in the breakthrough body & energy therapies of Whole Body Vibration and high-potency homeopathy. Becca, who also has a Bachelor’s of Science biology degree and a Master’s in Education. She resides in New England. Her website is www.beyondthegreatabyss.com
Dr. Jean Keamy has always had an interest in eye care since her early years in medical school. As a medical student, she traveled on a mission to Honduras to assist ophthalmologists providing eye care to those unable to afford treatment. As a semi-professional photographer, Dr. Keamy has a keen interest in cameras and optics. This interest in vision makes ophthalmology a perfect fit for her. Upon completion of her residency, Dr. Keamy pursued a fellowship in refractive surgery at the world famous Gimbel Eye Centre in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. She chose to go there because of Dr. Gimbel’s expertise and the center’s interest in new technologies. She was able to obtain experience in custom ablations and phakic intraocular lenses as well as advanced techniques in LASIK and PRK during her year there. In fact, the center was a referral for many other doctors’ complications, so she was able to gain experience in managing the complications of others. You can find Dr. Keamy at 24 Lyman Street - Suite 130, Westborough, MA 01581 (508) 836-USEE (8733) www.drkeamy.com also cosmetic procedures in Swampscott, MA inside Luxe Beautique