A long-lost sister and a hint of an idea

June 25, 2012

LOS ANGELES — Seven and a half years ago, a lady approached screenwriter Alex Kurtzman during a celebration and introduced herself. “She said, ‘Hi, I’m your sister,’” Kurtzman said. “I was in shock.” Kurtzman clearly saw his father’s facilities reflected in a woman’s face, though here he was during age 30 and he’d never met […]

The writer-director: Alex Kurtzman's 'People Like Us' explores family

April 30, 2012

Seven-and-a-half years ago, a lady approached screenwriter Alex Kurtzman during a celebration and introduced herself. “She said, ‘Hi, I’m your sister,’” Kurtzman said. “I was in shock.” Kurtzman clearly saw his father’s facilities reflected in a woman’s face, though here he was during age 30 and he’d never met her. The overwhelming knowledge of encountering […]

FBI visits Newton Middle School to speak to kids

March 3, 2012

Growing adult in Pico Rivera, Steve Gomez never suspicion he’d transport a universe sport terrorists and drug dealers, though that’s accurately what he does as Special Agent in assign of counterterrorism during a FBI’s Los Angeles office. Gomez common his fascinating stories with eighth-grade students during career day during Newton Middle School in Hacienda Heights. […]