March 29, 2023
A Nurse’s Tale of Compassion
“A lot of these patients didn’t have families, and when they died, they were buried out back.” The experience was jarring. She had never cared for elderly or sick people, and had never been around death. “It was such an education, such a shock—but somehow I fell into it,” she said. “I found that I had so much compassion for these people.” She got married in 1973, and started working at a children’s home with her husband, Rich, who was a counselor. While she found that working with “deprived and neglected kids” took a high emotional toll, Dusty felt called to nursing. She decided to answer, going to nursing school to become an LPN.
February 27, 2023
Sacramento’s Yogi Homie Inspires Through Flow and Music
"I wanted to bring the studio experience to our community and have that luxurious, uplifted vibe with that familiar homegirl feeling."
November 2, 2022
Artist Kanye West Sued for Copyright Infringement
(New York, New York)— Designer, artist, and producer Kanye West has found himself in the crosshairs of another courthouse over […]
October 12, 2022
Five Questions with Young Jas, Houston’s Next Media Maven
Young Jas is making her mark in radio and music. She hosts her own radio show every weeknight from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m on 97.9 The Box and DJ’s professionally at music festivals around the world, most recently at Rolling Loud New York 2022. The Click caught up with Young Jas to hear more about her career and her plans for the future.
May 18, 2022
Jesse Marx: Like Father, Like Son
Jesse Marx, son of iconic pop legend Richard Marx and Hollywood actress Cynthia Rhodes is weeks away from releasing his debut EP called “Dark World."