If you’re looking for some fun this October and a one-of-a-kind theatre experience, I highly recommend going to see this play at Theatre 82. And yes, I am bias, and yes, my daughter is in it. Buy tickets here: http://www.artists-exchange.org/menaceofthemorgue.html
Learn more about the theatre company putting on the performance here: Marley Bridges Theatre Company.
R.I. task force exploring ways to keep guns from mentally ill holds first meeting | Breaking News | providencejournal.com | The Providence Journal – The Providence Journal
Good news for those who want less violence in our society, but it’s important to note that many of the most disturbed people go undiagnosed.
New England Journal of Medicine calls attention to High-Deductible health plans and how they impact care.
Good analysis here…
Warren Wright is Executive Vice President of LifeCourse Associates, a publishing, speaking, and consulting company built on the generational discoveries of Neil Howe and William Strauss. Warren has spent over twenty-five years in leadership roles at companies that use behavioral sciences, statistics, organizational development, change management, and media to help their clients.
We've heard the refrain many times in the last couple of years-- young adults are launching their careers later since the Great Recession of 2007-2008.
I have heard many predictions about what health care reform will bring. This one suggests that high end plans may be driven out of the market.
In a bizarre justification for the Connecticut's denial of the release of Lanza's medical records and toxicology report, Assistant Attorney General for the State of Connecticut, Patrick Kwanashie claims that even conclusive "causal" linkage between psychiatric drugs and the shooter's murderous behavior would be irrelevant and constitute an "illegitimate use of information." http://www.naturalnews.com/042207_Adam_Lanza_medication_history_mind_control.html
His dazed demeanor, thick accent and incoherent, stuttered speech make this outrageous and illogical official rationale all the more difficult to comprehend.
When asked how he pitched Breaking Bad to the networks, Vince Gilligan said that he wanted to take the audience on one man’s journey from “Mr. Chips (a fictional beloved school teacher) to Scarface.” And it is this idea that makes the show compelling. It asks the audience a question that we wish there was a clean-cut, straightforward answer to: how does a good person go bad?