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Peculiar Stories About the Stage, Screen, and Everything In Between

In the 18th century, the term ‘scandal water’ was coined to refer to tea, as people would often enjoy a juicy bit of gossip as they lingered over their daily tea. 

Now you have the chance to listen in each week as Candy & Ashley ‘spill the tea’ about a peculiar topic somehow related to the entertainment industry. 

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Where No Words Exist: The Healing Power of the Arts Scandal Water

“Art can permeate the very deepest part of us, where no words exist.”  ~Eileen Miller Between 2016 and 2020, the number of children ages 3-17 years diagnosed with anxiety grew by 29% and those with depression by 27%, according to a recent study in JAMA Pediatrics.   Children are struggling with mental health issues now more than ever, and you might be surprised to hear one of the resources that can be used to support them… the arts. In this episode, we share the inspiring work of the non-profit organization Positively Arts, in Las Vegas. With the help of volunteer performers from Broadway, America’s Got Talent, The Voice, etc., Positively Arts works to empower young people who are facing various challenges with the confidence and skills they need to be successful in life. Guest Ella Syamala, an 8th grader who participated in the Positively Arts for several years, shares her perspective and experiences through audio clips.  We then turn our focus to art therapy, hearing fascinating insights and first-hand experiences from McKenzie Rich, a licensed art therapist who has used the approach to support children in various settings, from a psychiatric hospital, to schools, to private practice. #MentalHealth #ArtTherapy #PositivelyArts #LasVegas #Healing "
  1. Where No Words Exist: The Healing Power of the Arts
  2. Forging a New Path: Michael J. Fox, Christina Applegate, and Robert Downey, Jr.
  3. Robin Williams: Comic Genius, Devoted Friend, and Unwitting Victim to a Devastating Disease
  4. Paint Your Palette Blue and Gray: Vincent Van Gogh, Don McLean, & The Starry Starry Night
  5. Helen Keller & Annie Sullivan: From Darkness to Light

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