Award Winning Celebrity Chef Michael DeMaria from M Culinary shares his Traditionally Untraditional Turkey Recipe. Watch and see how Chef Michael prepares turkey that’s ready to serve the moment your guests are ready to eat!
How To Solve America’s Deadly Domestic Violence Problem And Why The Solution Might Be Found In Phoenix
Dr. Maria Garay-Serratos is the CEO of Sojourner Center, a domestic violence shelter in Phoenix, Arizona that is breaking new ground both in principal and in practice. Garay-Serratos is trying to change the way people think about and talk about domestic violence.
Addison Brown lived the first 9 years of her life in fear. Although, she didn’t realize it at the time. “I didn’t know it wasn’t normal that a dad drank 24 cans of beer a night. I didn’t know that all kids weren’t spanked with wire hangers. It’s not something you talk about as a child – that’s all you know. It’s just normal.”
Sunny Wright was a busy wife and mother, a highly educated PR pro married to a doctor. But her life was, in her words, a full catastrophe. For 35 years, Wright lived as “society wanted her to live.” She was a high achiever in every aspect. Until it all came crashing down.
Tiffany Lee Gaston is an internationally recognized fitness model, elite athlete, author and philanthropist. She pushed herself outside of her comfort zone to document the painful experiences in her life that led to where she is today.
Evo Terra, a well known digital strategist, speaker and podcaster wanted to see what life was like as a world traveler. He and his wife, Sheila Dee, made the decision in late 2014 to sell just about everything — including their house — and hit the road.
Find your wings and you will fly. That’s a version of what kids are told at Phoenix based New Pathways for Youth. More specifically, they are told to figure out which wing is the strong one and which wing is the weak one. That way, they stay airborne.
“I loved my career in TV news. I wouldn’t have changed a thing. It was very rewarding and I loved it. But life is a book with many chapters.” For former TV News Anchor Lin Sue Cooney, the time had come, after 34 years in the business, to turn the page.
Dr. Maria Garay-Serratos says brain trauma in domestic violence victims is pervasive. In fact, her own mother passed away from head trauma, she says, after suffering abuse over the course of 40 years.