Tag Archives: Mick Jagger

The Brain + Math + Natasha Tells All!

            Norman Doidge, M.D., is a psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, researcher, author, essayist, and poet, he joins Life Elsewhere to discuss his latest book The Brain’s Way of Healing: Remarkable Discoveries and Recoveries from the Frontiers of Neuroplasticity. “They thought that the brain was too sophisticated for its own good. That during evolution, it became so complex that it

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Natasha Tells All!

She was the last person to be hired at Andy Warhol’s Factory and she wants to talk about it. Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni wants to talk about all of her experiences including an affair with Mick Jagger when she was a seventeen-year-old school girl. Ms. Fraser-Cavassoni isn’t one to hold back, in her new book, After Andy – Adventures In Warhol Land,

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Conversations, Concerns & New Music

During Norman B’s recent month-long visit to his home country, England, he was asked by almost everyone he met, “What happened in the last Presidential election?” People across the Atlantic are genuinely mystified, confused and paying careful attention to what happens next. With that thought in mind, we called upon a favorite contributor to Life Elsewhere, writer and book critic,

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Obama’s Historic Speech Opens The Show

The most recent edition of Life Elsewhere opens with a tribute to President Obama‘s historic impromptu speech, produced by Norman B and Jacob Barrens. Also in the show, we hear from publisher, Angela Brewton on the President’s speech; Professor Charles H. Rose explains “Stand Your Ground” law; famed rocker and actor, Michael Des Barres discusses 70 being the new 40

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Don’t Miss This One!

Download the latest edition of Life Elsewhere now! We turn the spotlight on President Obama‘s historic impromptu press conference. Publisher Angela Brewton offers her well-considered opinion on the subject. Professor Charles H. Rose explains the “Stand Your Ground” law. Mick Jagger turning 70 is appraised by long-time rocker and noted actor, Michael Des Barres. The controversial Rolling Stone cover featuring the Boston

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