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The 6 Essential Keys To Maximize Your Energy and Well Being
by Michael Galitzer, MD
    Larry Trivieri Jr.

So this is one of my passions when not doing music or acting…reading anything about holistic, alternative health and medicine. Anything to stay away from those pharmaceutical drugs that are being imposed on us night and day on television, magazine ads and our own western doctors. 

I have started this book and can't put it down. It has been written by my "alternative" doctor who I met while living in L.A.,  Dr. Michael Galitzer. I don't see him often enough anymore (since he lives on the other coast), but whenever I go west, I make sure to get an appt. w/him while in L.A.

I have not been able to find a doctor comparable to him here in NY (yet). 

He practices Bio Energetic medicine - measuring the body's energy to discover imbalances in the body way before diseases develop. Before serious symptoms happen...before it's too late and serious medical treatments need to be administered.

Check it out!

This is not some voodoo approach. It's worth it and makes sense. Google him and see for yourself.


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... Pandora's Box, at the Theatre at St. Clement's. Glen Roven bases his music and lyrics fairly faithfully on the 1995 French film Gazon Maudit (French Twist)...

Pandora (Kerry Butler) is a bored housewife neglected by her philandering husband, Oliver (played with convincing sleaze by James Patrick Stuart). One evening, while he's out clubbing, a stranded motorist knocks on Pandora's door. While awaiting a tow, Mona (Deidre Goodwin), manages to unclog Pandora's drain...

Both actresses are authentic enough to make the speed-seduction credible.

That she succeeds is partly due to the intercession of a whore with a heart of gold -- played by Luba Mason, who seizes the stage at the top of Act 2 and gives a knockout performance of the show's one memorable song, "One Great Love." With this cliché cameo, Mason manages to convey a fully rounded character deserving of our invested concern...


-- Sandy MacDonald

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