Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg is the founder of Kids Kicking Cancer. This amazing program helps children who are cancer patients or in pain from a serious illness. Through martial arts instruction with breathing and mediation, kids learn how to ease the pain. Children become empowered and are uplifted with a positive spirit.His work has been featured nationally from CNN to People magazine. He now has written a book “A Perfect God Created An Imperfect World.”
Inspiring. . .
Former Motowner Scott Studenberg (right) is one of the founders of the unisex fashion label Baja East. The website describes the collection as
“an ambisexual approach to everday dressing where west coast meets aggressive city cool.” I recently discovered the line in a Wall Street
Journal article by Lauren Sherman quoting Studenberg about the classic Patagonia and how it inspired his Baja East fashions. Check out Baja East. Most national magazines already have.
Motowner Jolie Altman is in New York January 4-6 featuring her jewelry at The Accessories Show. Her pieces are show stoppers with every bead and design unique. BJI Fashion Group described Jolie’s jewels as “one of a kind jewelry designs with rare and unusual exotic beads and materials from across the globe.”
Writer Kristin Meekhof wrote about Jolie’s inspirational designs in The Huffington Post.