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The Bastard of Beverly Hills

In The Bastard of Beverly Hills, Rafael Moscatel shares the heartbreaking story of being given up for adoption by a renowned family of musicians, a decades-long odyssey to tear down the web of lies designed to keep him from uncovering their lurid past, and his inspiring journey back home, not to the fabled estate where he was raised, but a place he could finally feel comfortable in his own skin.

Tomorrow’s Jobs Today

In Tomorrow’s Jobs Today, you’ll learn career tips, leadership secrets, and strategies from today’s most innovative business minds and renowned brands across the globe, including Paramount Pictures, State Farm Insurance, and PwC. You’ll discover exciting careers in emerging fields and find the unique toolset and education to land your dream job!

Little Girl with the Big Voice

A mesmerizing documentary about the tragic life of the iconic Mary Small, a child prodigy, radio singer, and Broadway star whose moxie and resilience made her a defining symbol of the Greatest Generation. Despite her success as one of the most recognizable performers of the Golden Age and a fifty-year career in show business, she disappeared into obscurity, died penniless, and was buried in an unmarked grave. This revealing biography by her long-lost grandson breathes life into the obituary she never received yet so richly deserved.


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