I went to see the movie “Mondays with William” last night and I was deeply moved by it. If you have an opportunity to see it I would recommend that you do. It is the story of a homeless man in Los Angeles who lives his life with the amazing gifts of an artist, and also...
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When Iris Rainer Dart's cousin was diagnosed with schizophrenia decades ago, the illness sent shockwaves through her Jewish family. "They were from the shtetl and superstitious," said Dart, 59, the best-selling author of 1985's "Beaches." "They thought that the illness was a curse,...
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