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Mar 19, 2014, 17:17 ET
In "The Fourth Noble Truth," a Buddhism-themed indie film premiering at the Sonoma International Film Festival on April 3, 2014, Harry Hamlin plays a narcissistic A-list Hollywood actor who gets busted in a road rage incident. The judge orders him to work with a meditation teacher (Kristen Kerr) and a unique love story ensues, set around the Buddhist teachings of the Four Noble Truths.  The film is written and directed by Gary T. McDonald and produced by DKZ Films. (PRNewsFoto/The Busby Group)

"The Fourth Noble Truth" Starring Harry Hamlin Makes World Premiere at Sonoma International Film Festival on April 3rd

"The Fourth Noble Truth," an independent film starring Harry Hamlin ("Mad Men," "You Lucky Dog") and Kristen Kerr ("Strictly Sexual," "Inland...

Feb 04, 2014, 10:26 ET
Esquire Editor A.J. Jacobs created a collection of "Valentine Cards for Rational Lovers" for public radio's new science series The Really Big Questions, which explores "the science of love" in the first episode.  The cards include messages like "You light up my prefrontal cortex" and "The pros of being married to you outweigh the cons."  They can be viewed, personalized and sent out to significant others on the TRBQ website - www.trbq.org - and via TRBQ Facebook.  (PRNewsFoto/The Busby Group)

"What Is This Thing Called Love?" One-Hour Special Leads Off Public Radio Series THE REALLY BIG QUESTIONS For Valentine's Day

Why do human beings feel romantic love?  Is there such a thing as "true love" or is there a more rational reason we couple up?  What...

Oct 16, 2013, 18:25 ET
Veteran radio journalist Alex Chadwick, host of public radio's BURN: An Energy Journal, stands at water's edge with recording gear on Blowing Rocks Beach, north of Fort Lauderdale, Florida.  Chadwick hosts the upcoming one-hour BURN special, "Rising Seas," which focuses on the causes and consequences of rising sea levels and the imminent threat they pose to Miami, New York City and Louisiana's coastal wetlands.  See exclusive videos from Miami and Greenland on BURN's new Tumblr blog "100 Years Rising." (PRNewsFoto/The Busby Group)

Public Radio's BURN: An Energy Journal Launches New Tumblr Blog To Spark Engagement for "Rising Seas" Special

Public radio's award-winning BURN: An Energy Journal has launched "100 Years Rising," a Tumblr blog, designed to engage and educate the public...

Oct 15, 2013, 10:44 ET
Alex Chadwick, veteran journalist and host of public radio's BURN: An Energy Journal, reports on the causes and consequences of rising sea levels from America's most threatened city, Miami.  BURN's upcoming one-hour special "Rising Seas" also goes to Greenland, Louisiana's coast and New York City to cover the story.  "Rising Seas" will be broadcast nationwide beginning on October 20, 2013.  Check your local listings, or visit the BURN website to listen to the broadcast at any time.  (PRNewsFoto/The Busby Group)

Public Radio's BURN: An Energy Journal Examines Rising Sea Levels in One-Hour Special To Be Broadcast Nationwide Beginning October 20th

With reports and interviews from the beaches of southern Florida, the glacier fields of Greenland, the coastal wetlands of Louisiana and the...

Jun 20, 2013, 07:39 ET
BURN Host Alex Chadwick stands with his radio gear on a partly flooded street near a power plant in Hoboken, New Jersey, where he reports on the damage done by Hurricane Sandy, and the efforts of city officials to build a new, smarter grid that would allow Hoboken to "save itself" when the next big storm hits.  BURN: An Energy Journal's one-hour special on "The Grid" is being broadcast nationwide this summer and is available online at www.burnanenergyjournal.com.  (PRNewsFoto/The Busby Group)

Public Radio's BURN: An Energy Journal Reports on "The Grid" in One-Hour Special To Be Broadcast Nationwide This Summer

In its upcoming one-hour special titled "The Switch," Public Radio's award-winning BURN: An Energy Journal takes on The Grid – the nation's...

Jan 29, 2013, 05:07 ET
Race car enthusiast and inventor Mike Pethel (left) stands with BURN Host Alex Chadwick outside Elco Welding in Venice, California, with his super fast, battery-powered green car.  The 1970s-era BMS 3.0 CS is powered by two electric motors and five lithium ion phosphate batteries capable of generating 800 horsepower in the blink of an eye.  The experimental car can go zero to 60 mph in roughly three seconds.  (PRNewsFoto/The Busby Group)

Public Radio's Award-Winning "BURN: An Energy Journal" and APM's "Marketplace" Team Up to Present Monthly Segments on Critical Energy Issues

Public Radio's BURN: An Energy Journal and American Public Media's Marketplace are partnering to present once-a-month feature stories exploring...

Nov 14, 2012, 16:24 ET
Public Radio's BURN: An Energy Journal, produced by SoundVision Productions and hosted by veteran radio journalist Alex Chadwick, won the prestigious 2012 AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Award by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).  The award honored the first of four BURN specials in 2012, titled "Particles: Nuclear Power After Fukushima," which one judge called "gripping, informative and thorough -- radio science journalism at its best."  (PRNewsFoto/The Busby Group)

Public Radio's BURN: An Energy Journal Wins 2012 American Association for Advancement of Science Kavli Science Journalism Award

Peabody Award-winning SoundVision Productions' © BURN: An Energy Journal has been awarded the prestigious 2012 AAAS Kavli Science Journalism...

Nov 01, 2012, 19:10 ET
Host Alex Chadwick (left) and former NPR National Political Correspondent Elizabeth Arnold (right) give a succinct and cogent analysis of the Presidential candidates' conflicting energy platforms and policy priorities in BURN: An Energy Journal's Election Special.  (PRNewsFoto/The Busby Group)

BURN: An Energy Journal's Election Special Offers Far-Ranging Exploration of America's Most-Debated Energy Issues and Policies

With the Presidential Election only five days away and the candidates once again debating every aspect of America's current and future energy...

Sep 28, 2012, 08:40 ET
Reporting from Pennsylvania's natural-gas-rich Marcellus Shale region, host Alex Chadwick covers all sides of the politically volatile "fracking" controversy.  SoundVision Productions' BURN: An Energy Journal is back this Fall with a two-hour Election Special titled "The Power of One," a far-ranging examination of how individuals, new scientific ideas, grassroots initiatives and potentially game-changing technologies are informing the energy debate in this Presidential Election year.  (PRNewsFoto/The Busby Group)

Public Radio's "BURN: An Energy Journal" Rolls Out Two-Hour Election Special Exploring the Impact of Individuals, New Ideas and Revolutionary Technologies on the National Energy Debate

Public Radio's BURN: An Energy Journal is back this Fall with a two-hour Election Special titled "The Power of One," a far-ranging examination of...

Apr 19, 2012, 07:00 ET
Sid Jansma (pictured), CEO of the Wolverine Gas and Oil Corporation, played a hunch on a non-producing oil lease in Utah for $160,000 that turned into a 10-billion-dollar petroleum jackpot known as the Covenant Oil Field, the largest onshore oil discovery in the U.S. in 30 years.  Jansma's story is featured in BURN: An Energy Journal's "The Hunt for Oil"    to be broadcast April 20-22 on more than 300 public radio stations nationwide.  (PRNewsFoto/The Busby Group)

Public Radio's BURN: An Energy Journal Reports on the Risks and Rewards of Oil Exploration in Part Two of Series - "The Hunt For Oil"

LOS ANGELES, April 19, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- In the next edition of Public Radio's and SoundVision PRODUCTIONS' ©  BURN: An Energy...

Mar 07, 2012, 21:14 ET
BURN: AN ENERGY JOURNAL's host, Alex Chadwick (pictured), is one of public radio's most trusted journalists and storytellers.  The four-hour, four-part series explores the most pressing energy issues of our times through intimate, "human-scale" stories.   Part One, "Particles: Nuclear Power After Fukushima," will be broadcast nationwide on public radio on Sunday, March 11, the first anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear disaster.  (PRNewsFoto/The Busby Group)

First Hour of Public Radio's "BURN: An Energy Journal" to Air Nationwide on March 11; Shows Explore Energy Issues Via "Human-Scale" Stories

LOS ANGELES, March 7, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Peabody Award-winning SoundVision Productions © is presenting BURN: An Energy Journal, a...

Oct 01, 2009, 11:00 ET
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Photos: Major Picasso Exhibition Comes to Heather James Fine Art in Palm Desert, CA

Heather James Fine Art in Palm Desert, CA, has established itself among U.S. and international art collectors as one of the nation's premier...

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