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'Clothes Maketh the Man', Woman or Mouse! Hollywood Costume Designer Mona May on It's A Question of Balance with Ruth Copland

Mona May's work spans genres, time periods, and media – she’s even designed clothing for CGI star Stuart Little! In movies the clothes really do maketh the man, or woman or mouse. She’s worked with Nicole Kidman, Jennifer Aniston, Nicolas Cage, Eddie Murphy, Demi Moore, Will Ferrell, and more on all kinds of films. Take a peek behind the scenes with Ruth Copland and Mona May!

To listen to past guest interviews with Ruth Copland click here It's A Question of Balance | Guests

Much of the look and feel of our favourite films comes from the costume design. Mona May's film credits include Clueless, The Wedding Singer, 8mm, Enchanted, The Haunted House, and Stuart Little 2 to name but a few. Mona May's trademark joie de vivre is clearly evident in her work, and it injects a bold, sexy confidence into her designs. She is a master at designing costumes that flatter her actors' body types, while simultaneously hitting pitch-perfect visual notes for the character they are portraying. Mona's deep understanding of both design and anatomy combine to render the actor and the character inseparable, including many roles played by such Hollywood luminaries. Aside from movie work, Mona May is always inspired to share her passion, originality and technical experience with future designers at OTIS Parsons, FIDM and Pasadena Art Center, where she is a frequent lecturer. 

For more information and to listen to past shows visit www.itsaquestionofbalance.com 

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Award-Winning Actress, World Traveller and Humanitarian Helena de Crespo on It's A Question of Balance with Ruth Copland

Having worked as an actress in Hollywood, Britain and over 16 countries Helena de Crespo founded Save World Art to protect indigenous art forms at the point of extinction. Born in Spain, educated in Britain and now resident in Portland, Oregon, Helena is a fascinating and inspiring woman. 

To listen to past interviews with arts guests click here It's A Question of Balance | Guests

With her acting work taking her all over the world, Helena de Crespo has seen first-hand that societies crumble, national identities wither, and human dynamics fail if the arts and their important heritages are allowed to die. Her experiences in Latin America developing theatre programs for UNESCO was the beginning of her understanding that important indigenous art forms were in danger of being lost forever because the artists were literally unable to survive and desperately needed support. She founded Save World Art to protect indigenous art forms at the point of extinction. So far she has helped indigenous artists in Guatemala, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Mali, Colombia, Cambodia and Ariel, Washington, USA. 

For more information and to listen to past shows visit www.itsaquestionofbalance.com 

 

 

 

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More in Common Than Divides Us? Thought-Provoking Conversations on It's A Question of Balance with Ruth Copland

We want many of the same things yet our differences often divide us. We all want to be safe, to be happy. We want the best for our children, to feel our potential is fulfilled. We all want to be loved, to feel we matter. And yet our differences can make us feel we have nothing in common in at all. Ruth Copland features her conversations Out and About on the street asking Do we have more in common than divides us?

To listen to past shows and for more info visit www.itsaquestionofbalance.com 

Ruth also talks about world-renowned doctor Deepak Chopra and his new book Metahuman: Unleashing Your Inifinite Potential. In conjunction with his medical achievements, Chopra is recognized as a prolific author of over 86 books translated into over forty-three languages, with twenty-six books reaching the status of New York Times Bestsellers. His latest national bestseller, The Healing Self, co-authored with leading geneticist Dr. Rudolph E. Tanzi, discusses the importance of our immune system to lifelong health. Dr Chopra is coming to Santa Cruz on October 17th. More info here Dr Deepak Chopra

 

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Highway 183 Fatal 9/25/19 CI 16:00

Authorities are investigating a deadly wreck in Castroville earlier this afternoon involving a train and a produce truck.

Just after one this afternoon a train crashed into a produce truck killing the driver. The accident happened near Mcfadden road and highway 183.

Details of the crash aren’t available, as it is still under investigation… the identity of the driver has not yet been released.

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Flu Deaths Ci 9/25/19 17:00

The Santa Clara county public health director is recommends getting a flu shot early this year.

 The recommendation came after two deaths this month caused by influenza. An adult, younger than 65 with a chronic illness and a healthy child younger than 18 died from the flu. It’s believed the child likely contracted the flu while traveling outside the u.s.

 So far this year across California, at least 20 flu deaths occurred between may and September, the flu’s off-season, according to the California Department of Public Health.

 

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Stop Vaping Ci 9/25/19 17:00

In health news… a warning from the state department of public health today: stop vaping until we find the cause of the mysterious lung illness linked to vaping.

 

Two people have died in California from the lung ailment and ninety Californians with a history of vaping are hospitalized. Doctor charity dean, the state top public health official says there are numerous unknown factors about vaping and until the investigation is complete… refrain from vaping.

 

Health officials are asking those who fall ill from vaping to save their cartridges, so they can be analyzed.

 

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