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Pamela Rand & Ellen Brooks are available for print, broadcast, and online interviews. See the PRESS KIT  and kindly get in touch to make booking arrangements...

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PAMELA RAND's "A New Wake-Up Call to Set Your Day Off Right" article was published in Upbeat Times -- a longstanding good-news-only newspaper available both in print and online. It's distributed to over 1000 locations in the Sonoma County region as well as over to 1100 websites, and has over 100,000 readers per month.

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​PAMELA RAND, founder of  Adventures in Feeling Young came across a hilarious posting on CraigsList and turned it into a Valentine's Day column which was published in the Marin Independent Journal newspaper in their "How It Is" column. READ the article (link will open in new window).

 

"One Person's Unwanted Spouse is Another's Valentine!" was also published by Patch. com along with a photo of Pamela from her most recent sketch, Community Garden. Patch is an independent U.S. local news and information platform providing local news and information websites in all 50 U.S. states. 

 

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Featured interview:  

PAMELA RAND was interviewed by the producer of BloomerBoomer.com whose motto is "Embrace Life, Empower Dreams and Embrace Age" -- obviously an ideal fit for the founder of  Adventures in Feeling Young

The 12-minute interview on "Health Is A Laughing Matter" is being promoted on the site's homepage and includes snippets of various Adventures in Feeling Young clips. You can WATCH the video on this page or here's the link (will open in new window).

PAMELA RAND was interviewed for an UpJourney.com article entitled "How to Make People Laugh, 20 Amazing Tips from Comedians"READ the article...

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PAMELA RAND's article, "Health IS a Laughing Matter" was featured on BloomerBoomer.com. READ the article... (link will open in new window)

They also featured the article in their newsletter (screenshot):

PAMELA RAND's article, "Health IS a Laughing Matter" was also featured in Upbeat Times -- a longstanding good-news-only newspaper available both in print and online. Based in Sonoma County (just north of San Francisco), it's distributed to over 1000 locations as well as over 1100 websites, and has over 100,000 readers per month. Her article was headlined on the newspaper's cover and positioned on page 2.

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PAMELA RAND & ELLEN BROOKS were the featured guests for a webinar hosted by Well Connected, an online program designed to provide a virtual community for adults 60+ sponsored by Covia, a 50+ year old nonprofit. They invite professionals and experts to share their passion and expertise to their nationwide audience and recently profiled Adventures in Feeling Young.

LISTEN to the interview...

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The play's the thing...!

ELLEN BROOKS has been receiving accolades for her DIRECTORIAL successes in regional plays recently:

* Additionally, Ellen starred in Shakespeare's "The Tempest" at the James Dunn Theatre in Marin. READ the review in the Marin Independent Journal (she's in the featured photo, link will open in new window).

* She also starred in David Lindsay-Abaire’s hilarious “Ripcord” at Alameda’s Altarena Playhouse. READ the rave review in the East Bay Times (she's in the featured photo, link will open in a new window).

* She directed Men in Boats, performed at the The Western Stage. READ the review in Monterey County Weekly  (link will open in new window)

 

​* She directed Moll Flanders, performed by the Ross Valley Players. READ the review in the Marin Independent Journal and the Pacific Sun  (links will open in new windows)

* She directed H.M.S. Pinafore, performed by the Lamplighters. READ the review in the San Francisco Chronicle (.pdf will open in new window)

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