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BEVERLY HILLS, CA. Nov. 14, 2018. The Bitter Game, based on playwright/actor Keith A. Wallace’s youth in Philadelphia, this multi-character performance tackles issues ranging from police violence, coping with Trauma, and the value of Black Lives. This traveling theater experience takes place outdoor on The Wallis Promenade Terrace at THE WALLIS ANNENBERG CENTER FOR THE PERFOMING ARTS. (Photo Credit: Lawrence K. Ho)

Art That Makes Us Thrive, “The Bitter Game”

by MeMe Kelly
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Why Real Estate Entrepreneur Heidi Burkhart

by Beverly Lim
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5 Ways To Prioritize Your Well-Being After the Election

by Stephanie Fairyington


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Practicing the Four Absolutes in Sobriety

by Cassidy Webb

Rays of Sunshine

by Lisa Zizzari
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How Child Development Specialist Kabir Vajpeyi Conquered His Burnout

by Kabir Vajpeyi
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How Healthcare Activist Andrea Coleman Let Go of the Guilt that Held Her Back

by The Wellbeing Project
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Fathers Need Family Leave Too

by Jen Fisher
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Here's How to Finally Get Rid of Cold Feet and Embrace Change

by Ellevate
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How Disability Activist Caroline Casey Reignited Her Passion for Work

by The Wellbeing Project

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