• Manny the Movie Guy on “Finding ‘Ohana” and “Supernova”

    Two big films this weekend, we have the new Netflix family adventure “Finding ‘Ohana” and a drama about accepting mortality in “Supernova.”  “Finding ‘Ohana” is now out on Netflix and “Supernova” is opening in select theaters this weekend and on-demand on Feb. 16th.  To see my complete interviews with the cast of “Finding ‘Ohana” click […]

  • Wildomar Man Reported Missing Found Safe, Authorities Say

    WILDOMAR (CNS) – A 81-year-old man suffering from dementia, who went missing from Wildomar, was found safe Tuesday in San Diego, authorities said. The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department put out the call Monday morning that Clyde Waynick had not been seen for more than 24 hours. Waynick was last seen Sunday about 7 a.m. driving […]

  • Search Continues for Missing Dementia Patient

    Authorities Sunday continued to look for a 67-year-old man suffering from dementia and diabetes who went missing in the Riverside area earlier this week. Phillip Tate was last seen about 5 p.m. Tuesday at the intersection of Arnold and Village West drives in an unincorporated county area, according to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. Family […]

  • Search Continues for Missing Dementia Patient

    A 68-year-old dementia patient who wandered away from his home near Riverside was the focus of a search throughout the area Wednesday. Phillip Tate was last seen about 5 p.m. Tuesday in the 1700 block of Arnold Drive, in the Air Force Village retirement community just west of Riverside National Cemetery, according to the Riverside […]

  • 3 Assisted Living Workers Accused of Running Dementia Resident Fight Club

    Three employees at a North Carolina assisted living facility are accused of allowing elderly residents to fight one another, encouraging them to fight, and, in one case, assaulting a resident. Marilyn Latish McKey, 32; Tonacia Yvonne Tyson, 20; and Taneshia Deshawn Jordan, 26, have been arrested and charged, according to a police report. A report […]

  • Your Health Matters: Reversing Dementia

    The Alzheimer’s Association estimates that 5.8 million Americans of all ages are living with Alzheimer’s dementia, and that 1-in-2 people will have dementia by age 85. Researchers are working on a cure, but a physician here in the Coachella Valley says that your lifestyle could help prevent, or even reverse dementia.

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