I On The Scene

Why We Need to Stop Using the Unemployment Rate

Discouraged workers are notoriously difficult to bring back into the workforce, so it is easier to ignore the problem than to address it. If we want real meaningful discussions, and real solutions, for our economy, we need to start talking about total unemployment including discouraged workers.

A Battle for Free Speech

A Battle for Free Speech

A documentary film now in production, “A Battle for Free Speech,” shows the human cost of a misguided decision, the trampling of rights of free speech and due process for 1.4 million union members, which continues to this day.

A Look Back at the Grammys

The Grammys is one of the most prestigious celebrations of outstanding achievements within the music industry. As the National Academy of Recording Arts and Science celebrates its 58th edition tonight, we’re taking a look back at the history of the ceremony and some of its past winners. The Grammys will be broadcast tonight on CBS.

Lisa Zembruski and Fit Bodies, Inc.

New this year on I On The Scene will be special features focused on individuals and organizations that are on the forefront of providing opportunities to improve people’s overall well-being.

World Economic Forum

Power & Politics: The Enduring Importance of the World Economic Forum

Ever since 1971, Davos in Switzerland has played host to a unique event, one that draws the leading lights in business, economics, politics, and public advocacy together to discuss the major issues facing the world. The World Economic Forum took place this month, and its stellar line-up of guests and speakers reveals how relevant and important this event still is.

Big Win for Sylvester Stallone at 73rd Golden Globes

Stepping into the boxing ring for the 7th time and stepping on to the stage for the first time since 1977, Sunday night was magical for Sylvester Stallone, as the 73rd annual Golden Globes Awards show got underway, presented live from the Beverly Hilton Hotel on NBC.

Discovering David Bowie

He dotted my musical journey through new wave, electronica, punk and rock. He was always a whisper in my ear, and appeared where I least expected.

Election 2016

Election 2016: The Last Rumble Before the Vote

It’s nearly time. After months of campaigning and debating, the first primary contests of the 2016 election season are about to begin. On Feb. 1 Iowans will go to the caucuses, and on Feb. 9 New Hampshire will host the first primary vote. Less than two weeks after that, South Carolinians go to the polls.

Model-Turned-Photographer Jennifer Pogats-Meltzer featured in The Malibu Times

Jennifer Pogats-Meltzer is known as one of the pioneers of the 1970s trend of ‘live mannequin’ modeling. Her stunning, stoic stance in Rodeo Drive boutiques drew hundreds of admirers who lined the streets for a chance to catch a glimpse of the beauty. It even brought out stars like Gregory Peck and Dino Martin.

Fight Winter Melancholy with these Five Easy Tips

For some, winter means a change in mood from cheery holiday spirits to feelings of sadness, anxiety, or melancholy. A dip in temperatures creates a dip in mental health for some, especially when there’s a lack of sunlight. Sleeping patterns change, self-esteem decreases and isolation becomes the norm.