Bill Maher is NOT an idiot. Spirituality’s challenge in the “New Age” is authentic acceptance. Continue reading Bill Maher is NOT an Idiot
Not when we can apply the brakes and switch tracks through empathy and compassion. Continue reading Is the World Heading for a Train Wreck?
Who Is Richard Cotovsky?
The Orignal Superior Donuts.
CBS launched a new sitcom earlier this year titled “Superior Donuts,” which is and isn’t an adaptation of the play written by the Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Tracey Letts. Continue reading Who is Richard Cotovsky?
How “La La Land” is saving Jazz in Los Angeles. Continue reading A Modern Musical Shines Light on a West Coast Landmark
Loving technology is a relationship that lasts a lifetime. Continue reading How Deep is Your Love
Are you telling yourself you can live without bliss? Continue reading The Real Crisis is Joy
Refusing to take offensive interactions too seriously makes it easier to access your gentlemen’s and ladies’ codes of ethics. I started writing a column for The Good Men Project, so to introduce myself, I thought I would share my notes on … Continue reading When They Go Low, Gentlemen Go High
All will be auld lang syne at the end of 2017 but with an aim to see that order upends chaos. My mantra for living my life in a way to effect this change is, “When they go low, we go high,” a quote from Michelle Obama. Continue reading The Making of Auld Lang Syne
Is the future of music secure? Continue reading Music and The State of the Union
Living An American life My father, Richard Shigeru Nishimura, was born in Los Angeles in 1922 and celebrated his 94th birthday this year. He shares his memories and feelings much more these days with friends and family, but the most … Continue reading Don’t Call Me Prisoner, My Name is Richard