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  • Music therapy

    I'm guessing that ever since the first caveman banged two rocks together and hummed a tune, music has been blamed for corrupting our youth. For example, music has been linked with alcohol abuse, contributing to violence and increasing sexual promiscuity, among other transgressions. Musicians from Elvis to Ice T to Marilyn Manson have been criticized for the effect their music has on kids. But, as any radio listener who has sung along at the top of their lungs can attest, music can stir the soul. It can give you energy, a purpose, and it can unite a generation behind an idea or cause. Headlines focus on the deleterious effects of music, but there is a powerful positive force that deserves equal attention.
  • Orlando World Center Marriott expands culinary team

    Mark Beaupre is the new Director of Food & Beverage at the Orlando World Center Marriott. Beaupre will oversee 10 diverse restaurants and lounges and a multi-million dollar banquet operation. Formerly Director of Food & Beverage and Executive Chef at t

    Global woes send mortgage rates skidding lower

    The travails of Japan and turmoil in the Middle East pushed mortgage rates south again, opening another window for anyone looking to lock in a 30-year loan in the mid-4% range. Freddie Mac's widely watched weekly survey of lender offering...

    Crowds expected at memorial for rapper Nate Dogg

    Organizers are expecting large crowds at the memorial for rapper Nate Dogg, who died earlier this month. Nate Dogg, who grew up in Long Beach and was a well-known figure there, will be memorialized at a funeral and life celebration...

    Papers of late environmental crusader find home at UCLA

    When Ellen Stern Harris died of cancer five years ago at age 76, the pugnacious conservationist left a vast if chaotic collection of letters, research files, photos and publications. On Wednesday, a UCLA van pulled up to a chilly storage...