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Volunteer Journal #94 – WriteGirl

Volunteer Journal #94 – WriteGirl

There was a time when female writers were discriminated against and forced to change their names to George Eliot. Unfortunately, that time is now.  Women are still the underdog in the writing world. For example, between 2010 and 2012 in ...

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Volunteer Journal #83 – Helping Community Theatre

Volunteer Journal #83 – Helping Community Theatre

Sometimes volunteering means doing hair.  Other peoples’ hair.  I barely do my own. Buddy Sara asked if I’d be interested in putting my “crazy hair modeling” experience into practice helping Santa Monica Rep with their annual fundraiser.  We’d be prepping the ...

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Volunteer Journal #65 – The Trevor Project

Volunteer Journal #65 – The Trevor Project

“Suicide is the third leading cause of death among 15 to 24 year olds.” Downer opening but, let’s face it, 15-24 is rough. For many of us it’s the worse time of our life.  Almost impossible. You get raging hormones, ...

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Greening the Film Industry

Greening the Film Industry

Last week an unbelievably complex movie set rose out of what use to be the Ballona Wetlands in Los Angeles, CA. The production team of Transformers 3 built one floor of an office building. Utilizing cranes and huge hydraulics they ...

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Volunteer Journal #60 – Writing Coach

Volunteer Journal #60 – Writing Coach

I love that number 60 was in my wheelhouse. Teaching a writing workshop. That’s it. Pretty simple. Class – 6 High school kids. Who should be worried about going to college and picking up classmates. Unfortunately these kids, as KIDSAVE ...

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