Like any other college student, I've taken different paths of learning that shed light on my passion of telling stories. One of my most recent opportunities was a phone interview with Wynonna Judd. She told me about her career story and why a strict formula for success does not exist.
Gerber set the stage for the brilliant singer songwriter, Karla Bonoff, whose historic career began in the 60's in Los Angeles, first with guitar lessons in Hollywood on Vine and later onstage backed by a crescendo of hip hugger clad dancers at the Troubadour.
Season 16 of "Dancing with the Stars" kicked off on Monday night, complete with a cast of vaguely famous reality stars, athletes, and professionally trained dancers who probably shouldn't be allowed to compete against the likes of Andy Dick.
For over the past two years, I have been an outspoken advocate in the fight against domestic violence. Only now, am I publicly sharing my truths of being sexually abused, by a much older relative, when I was a child.
When Oprah announced this would be the last season of her celebrated talk show, millions of rabid viewers prayed it was just a ploy. And now, it's feeling painfully like her show might actually never end.