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Hedda Bolgar, a psychologist old enough to have attended Sigmund Freud's lectures in Vienna but youthful enough to have treated patients until just a few weeks ago, has died. She was 103. Her mind was sharp, her zest for work keen, and her social...
Centre Daily TimesTen candidates have cross-filed and are running for the Penns Valley Area school board, with five positions available on the November ballot. Mark Benfer A lifelong Penns Valley resident, political newcomer Mark Benfer is seeking an at-large seat on...
VarietyThe prosaic, marquee-challenging title tells mostly all in the case of "Jimmy P. (Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian)," Arnaud Desplechin's profoundly Freudian study of loss and healing in post-WWII America, as seen through the experience of a dynamic...
The Eagle, Bryan, TexasFour horses trotted across the Still Creek Ranch Arena on Thursday, picking up orange traffic cones with their teeth, drumming their hooves on an overturned barrel and rubbing manes against one another. Their purpose this week, however, was more than...
CANNES, France — The Chilean director Alejandro Jodorowsky has made only seven features in his nearly half-century career, but his legendary midnight movie "El Topo," a wigged-out peyote western that played to New York audiences for months in 1970,...
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In 40 years of interviews as a journalist, I've never met anyone quite like Hedda Bolgar. The pioneering psychoanalyst, who attended lectures by Sigmund Freud as a young woman and fled Vienna for the United States when the Third Reich entered Austria,...
VarietySCOTT FOUNDAS "All Is Lost" (J.C. Chandor) Chandor, who made an impressive debut with Margin Call in 2011, ventures far from Wall Street â and dry land â for this followup, starring Robert Redford as a man lost at sea in a movie that purports to have...
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Universal Orlando last week announced Diagon Alley, an expansion to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, which opened in 2010. Coming on the heels of the new Transformers ride, the expansion will no doubt be a success. But if the students in my...
Daily Gazette, Sterling, Ill.A little boy, about 6 years old, kept burying a little figurine in sand during therapy sessions with Juanita Madrigal. When Madrigal asked him why, he said, "Oh, it kind of reminds me of me sometimes." Madrigal discovered that the boy wanted to hide...
After three decades, a local nonprofit organization is changing its name and adding new programs, but it remains dedicated to serving the community, with its barn full of horses. Equine-Assisted Therapies of South Florida is the new name of a familiar...
Grand Haven Tribune, Mich.GRAND HAVEN TOWNSHIP -- A new fence built at OutSide In is part of a bigger plan. GRAND HAVEN TOWNSHIP -- With the help of a $5,000 grant from Home Depot, Outside In, in Grand Haven Township, is one step closer to opening a program for helping veterans,...
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