Russ Gerber is a practitioner and teacher of Christian Science and he manages media and government relations for the Christian Science Church headquartered in Boston.
Russ enjoys opportunities to talk with journalists, editors, legislators, writers, producers and the public at large about the age-old capacity of spirituality to improve and restore health, explaining why and how that is happening today.
His media experience began with and grew out of a 30-year career in radio, ranging from on-air work, to programming, to managing and consulting.
When The Christian Science Monitor expanded into radio news programming, Russ was retained as a consultant then later hired full-time to help them adapt their print content to the broadcast medium. He eventually wrote for and edited the Church's weekly religious magazine, the Christian Science Sentinel, and launched a weekly radio program for the publication, heard on over 200 radios stations worldwide and on the web. In addition to contributing to the Washington Times Communities, he is also a contributor to Psychology Today and Huffington Post.
Today Russ and his wife, Jo Ann, call Boston their home, while enjoying opportunities to travel throughout the world.
Interviews and show reviews from the Los Angeles punk scene past and present. Los Angeles has always been rich in punk rock talent since punk rock was born.
FIDLAR's Zac Carper speaks about the band’s past, present and future, as well as living in his car and kicking sobriety.
Jack Grisham speaks about the early days of punk music and T.S.O.L, new T.S.O.L. and Joy Killer records, being a hypnotherapist, and more.
Sprung Monkey singer Steve Summers discusses the new Sprung Monkey album, Dead Is Dead as well as Taylor Steele and much more!
Eric Melvin speaks about picking up the guitar, his drug and alcohol use in regards to Tony Sly’s death, as well as writing songs for NoFX.
NFL junkie Eric Golub reports on his favorite obsession. There is no football offseason. Every February he pretends to care about other sports while sobbing uncontrollably each Sunday until September.
All of the world’s problems, solved on your back porch
Brazen, leading-edge, “call it like it is” columns and reporting from Ohio native, radio host and writer, Sara Marie Brenner.
Entertainment News and Reviews from Washington, D.C. and beyond.
We’re not all having tea with the Queen you know.
Published 1:43 p.m. June 11, 2013
Japan's quality of health ranks number one in the world. What's different there than in the U.S.?
Published 1:05 p.m. May 20, 2013
Taking a deeper dive into how you feel may uncover something else you know, intuitively. You've neglected your spiritual life.
Published 2:03 p.m. May 6, 2013
Connecting with patients on more than just a physiological-basis is proving an important health model for some doctors.
Published 1:20 p.m. April 29, 2013
While it may be helpful to look at whether drug addiction is a disease or a choice, it's also worth considering what's below the surface.
Published 1:32 p.m. April 22, 2013
We have a health care system in need of fundamental change. Does that mean it's time to change our ideals?
Published 11:29 a.m. April 16, 2013
Making a connection between Sorkin's HBO show "The Newsroom" and the best ways to care for your health.
Published 3:59 p.m. April 7, 2013
The removal of fear and images of disease positively affects one's well-being. How is this impacting the changing world of health care?
Published 1:12 p.m. April 1, 2013
Two major health care movements are in operation today. Which one is becoming more mainstream?
Published 2:47 p.m. March 25, 2013
The rising tide of health information has reached flood level. So how do you not get swept away by the rushing currents?
Published 11:45 a.m. March 19, 2013
We share information so easily, which makes personal experience matter. Personal health and health care experiences are no exception.