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 […]

The Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Project (LAWTP) Now Sponsored by Local, Prominent Medical Professionals

March 28, 2012

Seven Beverly Hills medical professionals offer sponsorship to a usually non-profit classification in a LA area privately dedicated to creating, supporting, and compelling behaving humanities opportunities for women – The Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Project (LAWTP). Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) Mar 27, 2012 “It is such a smashing present and we are so elegant to […]

Musician, Charlie Lustman’s certain opinion helped cancer recovery

July 19, 2011

Charlie Lustman, a singer/songwriter in Los Angeles, afterwards 40, beheld a strike on his jaw in 2005. He asked his dentist what it was. The dentist didn’t know. So he went to see a periodontist, a dentist who treats diseases that conflict a structures ancillary a teeth, such as a gums and a jawbone, who […]