Finally Government Deals With A Serious Problem – Domestic Abuse, TV Icon Dies, World’s Largest Cruise Ship Carries 9,000 Passengers, New Ways For Baby Names


Cool Conversations
With George Froehlich
Tuesday, April 3, 2018


Astonishing is the only way to put. There is a prison in Brazil that has no guards and the prisoners don’t want to escape.
I don’t know about you, but I often have wondered what makes knuckles crack. Well, now I know and I feel so much better.
Who knew – that sugar has hidden healing powers and it’s being used constantly.

George Froehlich
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GOVERNMENT OVERHAULS A THORNY, OUTDATED, NON-WORKING POLICY ON THE MAJOR PROBLEM OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

THE STORY

It’s been a major and serious legal problem in Canada for decades – how the legal system deals with the ever-growing problem of domestic abuse.
But now the government has acted and its efforts are being lauded.

THE SETTING

Before the government action, people involved in domestic abuse, especially women, faced serious problems. And often the consequences were devastating.

WHAT IT MEANS

Domestic abuse can be dealt with before it reaches the court system and Ontario has been a leader whose policies have seen dramatic decreases in domestic violence.

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LAUREN CAMPBELL – THE MIND OF AN ACTOR – CONSTANT REJECTION, FINDING TRUTH IN EVERY MOMENT, A MESMERIZING PRESENCE, ONE YEAR AGO IT ALL CHANGED, ACTING AND NOT GETTING PAID, NOT TRYING TO IMPRESS EVERYONE
Lauren Campbell always has had a creative bent to her. At the tender age of four she started dancing. In her late teens she went to acting school. And today at age 32 she still is acting even though she does not get paid for most of her work.
She has the bug – that driving passion to be that consummate actor, no matter the odds she is facing.
Amy Starkey, a director and actor, who has worked with Campbell says this of her:
“…she constantly amazes me with her commitment to craft and character. She approaches her work with no ego, simply doing what needs to be done. And the result is an ability to find the truth in every moment. She is mesmerizing on screen, and soon, everyone is going to know it.”
Campbell has performed a vast array of roles in theatre productions in Vancouver and throughout Metro Vancouver. She has TV and film credits from productions in both Canada and the US. In 2015, she was awarded Best Female Actor at the Theatre B.C. North Shore Zone Festival for her portray of Roberta in John Patrick Shanley’s, Danny And The Deep Blue Sea. For the past three years, Lauren has also been working with Project Limelight, a free theatre program for kids who are driven to perform. Besides acting, Lauren has a diverse range of experience as a director, producer, teacher and choreographer.
In this episode of Cool Conversations Lauren Campbell talks to George about:
Her life and predestination.
The voice inside her and why she listens to it.
On acting and not getting paid for it.
Letting it all go one year ago and what it has done to her life.
The well-known actor who went to 800 auditions before he got a gig.
It’s simple but we make it so difficult for us.
Coping with constant rejection and the shift that changed her life.
The Hollywood actor that learned to play the violin so they could play the role of a violin teacher perfectly.
The scene that caused her a sleepless night and why she cried.
Her successful production company.
Why she loves being a bartender.
The one costume she wore that had the audience howling with laughter.
What makes a great actor.
Changing from being down on herself to being the real her.

MAN LOSES 326 POUNDS AFTER HIS EVACUATION FROM THE FORT MCMURRAY FIRE

It took two years.
But Tony Bussey was determined.

PRICES OF GENERIC DRUGS DROP BY UP TO 40 PER CENT

Some generic prescription drug prices have been dropping.
The range is from 25 to 40 per cent.
And those price drops are of great significance to public drug plans.

ONE OF A KIND TV INNOVATORS DIES

Steven Bochco changed the face of television.
He was great innovator with such shows as Hill Street Blues, NYPD Blue, among others.

 

A NEW TREND ON WHAT YOU NAME YOUR BABY

It’s a trend that is catching on with parents.
It’s all about the name you give your baby.

AN INSIDE LOOK AT THE SYMPHONY OF THE SEAS – THE WORLD’S LARGEST CRUISE SHIP – CARRIES MORE THAN 9,000 PEOPLE

Symphony of the Seas is all about superlatives.
It underwent its maiden voyage last month.
It has more than 40 restaurants and bars.

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