Lisa Moore is a well-known Stylist and Makeup Artist based in Phoenix. In this episode, she talks publicly for the first time about her mother’s cold case and what happened after she appeared on television to plead for the public’s help. She never expected social media comments to turn against her.
Television producer Kristine Harrington spent a year following the Principal and Teachers from a Phoenix school in the Cartright School District. She was given all access. She talks with Carey Pena about the new documentary, “Empty Seats Full Hearts”, produced by AZFamily, that shares the emotional journey and insights into what was learned.
How this Phoenix man changed the course of his life. Check out the new podcast “Redemption with Frantz Beasley” on all podcast platforms TODAY!
Marie Jerinic and Erik Pihel edited the collection of essays that comprise the book Finding Light In Unexpected Places: An Anthology of Surprises by Kristin Procter. The written works provide introspection into the human tendency to expect inspiration in sunsets, blooming flowers, and mountain-top views.
For nearly half a century Todd Kane played a complex and exhausting game of HIDE & SEEK with his truth. Despite hiding his sexuality in relationships and insecurities in achievements, that truth never lost its power, only voice.
Trailblazing celebrity Auctiontainer Letitia Frye talks about her new book “No Reserve: Take Ownership And Live Your Life Without Limitations.”
Neil Balter, who founded California Closets at the age of 17, is a world famous success story. But his life and perspective changed when his son was diagnosed with Autism. And then Balter had to face his own cancer diagnosis. He was told that he had 12 months to live.
Andrea Robinson was a popular Fox News Morning Anchor. But she felt her life slowly coming unraveled. Then she picked up a journal and began to transform. On this 50 minute episode of Carey Pena Reports, we go inside Andrea’s transformational journey.
Darin and Kara Moss turned to adoption after learning that they weren’t able to have more biological children. “I had to look at things a little different,” Moss explained. “I had to get to the point where I was willing to try something. As I tried and exercised faith in that, it grew. And continued to grow.”
“A nurse heard me crying and she came over and asked me if I still believed in God. And I said no I don’t. And she said, that’s okay because God still believes in you.” TV News Anchor Brandon Lee talks about the moment his life was transformed. He is the survivor of sex abuse. For a long time he was living a double life as an addict.