The landmark ReelAbilities Film Festival brings international films about disabilities to the public. The series featured two short films, ‘Act Natural’ and ‘Jmaxx and the Universal Language,’ at the Lifestyles Educational Center this past April 3, 2019. The evening also featured performances by Lifestyles’ talented dancers. Join hosts Antonio Pabon and Brian Best as they […]
We polled our Media Crew on holiday topics and have determined the following: • Most of us are staying home for the holidays for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day by more than a 2 to 1 margin. • Most popular item on our menus: ham. Other items on our holiday menus include: spinach dip, pumpkin pie, […]
“Totally ’80s Chris” Bungay remembers the career of the consumate James Bond, Roger Moore.
“I want to teach people French, singing in French. And I want to learn to cook pasta.” -Sunnurha Vertus
Life-Wire News Service had a spectacular first full year. Here are our most popular stories of 2016. 1- Koko Gets Her PBS Close-Up Our crew reviewed the PBS/BBC documentary Koko: The Gorilla Who Talks. Koko lives at the Gorilla Foundation with Penny Patterson, who taught her sign language. -Anthony Pabon 2- Living with Down Syndrome: Eric […]
Want to escape the frigid weather or take a break from the hustle and bustle? Lifestyles Media Department recommends watching a movie together, and its members have some picks from the annual favorites.
Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy star as Stan Dee and Ollie Dum. They live with the Old Woman in the Shoe and are trying to save Little Bo Peep from marrying Silas Barnaby, the heartless landlord. In the end everyone unites with the Wooden Soldiers to fight him and the Bogeymen.
In the film, “True Smile,” two brothers, Sergio Aznárez Rosado (who is blind and autistic) and Juan Manuel Rosado), ride a tandem bike from Spain to Morocco.