Deborah Zara Kobylt talks with Sara Winokur a geneticist, researcher, and author. She writes historical fiction and cultural thrillers hoping to make science accessible to readers while they’re being entertained. Sara is an avid reader of historical fiction, mystery-thrillers, and Scandinavian noir, loves to explore other cultures, and has already visited over 60 countries. As an ovarian cancer thriver, Sara has a sense of gratitude, strength, and perspective that she extends to family, friends, work, and her writing. On her journey from science to writing, she says “Let go of who you are and become what you might be. Do what scares you.”
Deborah Zara Kobylt talks with Ellen Shane. She is a dog lover, wife, mother, public speaker, author, co-founder and Executive Director of the Emily Shane Foundation. Ellen cofounded The Emily Shane Foundation, a nonprofit charity to honor the memory of her beloved daughter Emily, following her tragic murder at the age of 13 in April, 2010. The foundation is based on promoting kindness and good deeds and its flagship educational initiative provides disadvantaged, struggling middle school students who risk failure a pathway to success through intensive academic and mentorship via its Successful Educational Achievement (SEA) Program.
Deborah Zara Kobylt talks with Dedee Pfeiffer, After a 10-year absence from Hollywood, Dedee Pfeiffer is back starring on the new David E. Kelley helmed drama, BIG SKY. During her recent time away from Hollywood, Pfeiffer has been hard at work earning a Bachelors Degree in Psychology at Pierce College, Valley College and California State University Northridge. Dedee Pfeiffer, the single mother of two bright and talented young men is happy to be back working at her creative craft. She is eager to return to the living rooms of television fans everywhere with the highly anticipated fall premiere of BIG SKY.
We all love a feel good story, and this is about as uplifting as it gets.
I first met model and actress Miracle Pelayo when she was an infant. I was working as a reporter for KCal9 News, and sent to cover the story of a little girl who was born so premature, that at some point she weighed just 14 ounces.
But she survived, and got in touch with me just this year, thankful for the story we did on her and her family. So we’re following up after all these years to hear about her personal journey from dealing with cerebral palsy to acting in a show on Nickelodeon.
Please join us for this inspiring story . Truly the meaning of a Happy Thanksgiving.
Everybody loves Italy and all things Italian, from the food, travel, luxury goods. And subsequently, Italian studies are on the rise. Today, on our Little Italy of LA Podcast, we speak with Federico Pacchioni, Professor of Italian Studies at Chapman University, to talk about the rich curriculum that he helped to develop that includes everything from Italian culture and heritage to the latest trends in business.
Federico also conducts Italian outreach programs and collaborations, and is holder of Sebastian Paul & Marybelle Endowed Musco Chair at Chapman. Join us LIVE as he talks about the growing field of Italian studies and the international appeal of this beautiful culture
Former WhiteHouse correspondent for CNN during the Obama years talks with Deborah Kobylt about what it’s like during the transition from one president to another and what goes on in the White House and press room during that time.”
Dan and Deborah worked together as journalists early in their career, and remain friends to this day.
Dan has a unique perspective after all of his years covering the White House, and he got to cover president-elect Joe Biden quite well, too.
Deborah Zara Kobylt talks with Frank Licata VP of all operations for Il Fornaio since 1996 – responsible for managing over 20 locations in California, Nevada and Colorado.
Deborah Zara Kobylt talks with Dr. Dravon James an inspirational speaker, radio host, and author of Freedom is Your Birthright.
She is the founder of Everyday Peace, a platform for her to help and inspire others to build the life of their dreams.
Using her successful pharmacist skills, she brings light into other’s lives by sharing her
Everyday Peace message.
Deborah Zara Kobylt talks with Norma Mendoza-Denton, a college professor with almost a quarter of
a century of experience studying and teaching anthropology and linguistics.
Her latest project “Language in the Trump Era Scandals and Emergencies,” is a compilation of scientific analysis focusing on President Donald Trump’s language behavior written by language scholars from higher education institutions worldwide and Norma is the lead editor who spearheaded the project.
Norma is a member of the American Anthropological Association and a past President of the Society for Linguistic Anthropology, and currently on the exec board of the Linguistic Society of America
Deborah Zara Kobylt talks with Cyndi Dale, internationally renowned author, speaker, energy healer, and the author of 27 books on energy medicine, intuition, and spirituality.
Cyndi has worked with over 70,000 clients and presented hundreds of seminars and workshops.
She has been trained in several different healing modalities, including shamanism, intuitive healing, energy healing, family of origin therapy, Therapeutic Touch, the Lakota Way, and faith healing.