Deborah Zara Kobylt talks with Dr. Jocelyn Eberstein, a Licensed Acupuncturist and Doctor of Oriental Medicine. Jocelyne’s advanced training in Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, Functional Medicine, Allergy Desensitization, Infertility, Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy, and Nutrition have a proven track record in her hundreds of success stories. She believes that there is no formulaic answer to health issues, and individualizes every treatment plan to fit the specific needs of the patient. Jocelyne’s education and continued passion for Western science and knowledge of Eastern medicine keeps her at the forefront of her field.
Deborah Zara Kobylt talks with Genevive Piturro founder of the wildly successful nonprofit Pajama Program and author of the new book Purpose, Passion and Pajamas: How to Transform your Life, Embrace the Human Connection and Lead with Meaning.
Italians LOVE Christmas. And on our Little Italy of LA Podcast today, we’re introducing you to some of our #LILAA board members, for which I’m one, and sharing some of the ways we grew up celebrating Christmas, Italian style.
Please join us, and leave any comments about how you celebrate. We’d love to hear from you. And Merry, Happy, Blessed Christmas to you and your families from all of us at Little Italy of Los Angeles Association. #DeborahKobyltLIVE🇮🇹
Deborah Zara Kobylt talks with Arthur Egeli, director & producer of The Black Emperor of Broadway. Arthur is a fine artist and a filmmaker. He has produced and directed five feature films and sold over a dozen original screenplays, including the award winning “The Art of Passion” (Miramax) and “Getting It Real”. For his art, he has received awards from the Portrait Society of America, the Oil Painters of America, and the American Impressionist society.
Deborah Zara Kobylt talks with Award-winning Miriam Kruishoop, Director & Writer of Estilo Americano. Miriam is a Dutch-American writer/director and visual artist. Kruishoop graduated with honors from the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. The Short Film Estilo Americano tells the timely story of a Mexican-American family divided by politics. What starts as a festive family gathering turns into an explosive showdown when siblings with opposing political views clash. As everyone struggles with their own deeply ingrained beliefs, some painful and shocking truths are revealed.
Deborah Zara Kobylt talks with Bilal Alaji, an entrepreneur, mentor, investor, motivational and public speaker. Bilal, is a transformational leader that uses his platform to inspire and educate others. With over 15 years working with youth in group homes, transitional housing facilities, and corrections, Bilal uses his experiences to motivate youth . “My life is my message”, said Ghandi. So, Bilal, has chosen to use his life’ s story as a way of communicating with today’s youth.
Deborah Zara Kobylt talks with Joanne Mosconi, the daughter of the legendary Chef of Greenwich Village, Pietro Mosconi. The chef of Greenwich Village author Joanne Mosconi talks about her labor of love in collecting her father’s best recipes. After four years in the making, Joanne Mosconi, has published this book, with all of the chef’s secrets and most prized recipes.
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.