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Dancer and choreographer Jui-Yu stays in step during her time at home. She’s converted her rooftop into a dance studio, staying current with her dance moves and keeping her body in shape.
Jeff always wanted to learn to play … the oboe. But he never had the time to do so.
The fact that Mina and her four children couldn’t venture from home didn’t stop them from living a comfortable and productive life.
During these stress-filled days, professional violinist Ilona decided to soothe her neighbors’ nerves by presenting concerts from her balcony.
Peter and his family got through the last few months by getting their hands dirty—naturally.
The responsibilities of parenthood consumed so much of Jun-Liang’s time, he never had the time to study how to be a parent.
Silicon Valley is the home of cutting-edge innovation. It’s also home to young mother Cheryl-Anne, who’s doing some cutting-edge research on being a parent.
If you live in cattle country, you might say leather is a way of life.
Kieron’s secret for staying chipper and positive is in between the covers of what he calls “the most amazing book in the world”—Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health.
Professional photographer Nathalie works to ensure everything is just right with the subjects she captures—lighting, costumes and setting.
Hunter takes a stroll through the stunningly beautiful landscapes of the Australian bush.
Hsiang Ching shows off some dance moves from a popular dance challenge sweeping across Asia.
Being at home has just given Francisco more time to enhance his already serious drumming skills.
For rideshare driver Francoise, navigating the roadways and highways is a breeze, but maneuvering around the emotional roadblocks life can throw her way can be a little more challenging.
Right now, life for Jonathan is about taking care of the kids, making music and waiting for the day the family can get haircuts!
Yung-Feng uses his time at home to strengthen his body and his mind. To build muscle, he does resistance exercises.
Pierce is only 10 years old, but speaks with a wisdom way beyond his years. Doing his part to make the situation bearable for others, he spreads happiness to joggers and people walking their dogs.
Staying at home can be exhausting. But Julio stays alert and active by applying the handling for exhaustion in The Problems of Work.
Where do you go for the best chicken breast in NYC? Fuggedaboutit! Scot’s your man.
With schools closed, Francesca, like many parents, is homeschooling her child.
Rather than thinking about all the things he can’t do right now, Yao-Ching spends his time creating precious memories with his son through fun games and learning.
Geeian takes the confusion out of applying make-up with a simple trick to create a beautiful effect with eye shadow.
While sheltering in place in Brazil, Ana Clarah is trying out some new recipes.
Finally able to venture out again, Alex takes his little ones for a visit to the zoo. Being caged up at home can take its toll, but Alex found mental fortitude from one of his favorite books, Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health.
Joe’s a remodeling contractor and he’s gearing up to get back to work.
Mick knows how to spice up any Taiwanese dish—chop up a batch of red onions and fry them until they’re golden brown.
For Daniska, getting back to normal means donning her mask and gloves and getting back to her desk at the law office where she works.
With so much time spent at home, Daniel is rekindling childhood hobbies. For him, that means building some detailed models out of paper.
After weeks at home, Alina and her son ran out of things to do. Guided by a chapter from The Problems of Work, they started playing life like a game.
As a math tutor, for Arneet staying home meant staying away from her students. But after making her virtual classroom part of the equation, it all started to add up again.
Professional artist Joan describes her work as “minimalist but infused with energy.”
Gerardo met the challenges of this unusual time by making his home more multipurpose. It’s now a home, a home gym and a home office as well.
Elizabeth’s two daughters are passionate about music and dance. To allow them to pursue their passions during this time of sheltering in place, she created the perfect environment…
For musician and songwriter Torrey, developing his craft is a never-ending artistic adventure. He lays down 16 bars of back beat and gets inspired from there.
After reading about living life as a game in The Problems of Work, Stefano decided to play it that way.
Practice makes competence. That’s the lesson Yu-Ling learned in The Way to Happiness.
One of the things Richard likes best while spending extra time at home is creating inspirational signs.
Fine artist Jim Warren has been painting for 50 years. Recently, when he was feeling like maybe it was time to retire, he turned to The Problems of Work.
For Vanessa and David, spending time in the gutter is a good thing. As roofing experts, they know a thing or two or three about saving yourself from headaches on a rainy day.
Stuck at home, Viktor takes the hand he’s been dealt and comes out a winner.
Te-Yen is in the construction business. But the tools he uses to construct his ideal life are the ones in Targets and Goals, because he found they bring stability to all areas of his life.
Cindy, with the littlest baker in the house by her side, bakes and bonds over brownies.
When it’s Alberto’s turn to cook, he bakes a delectable spinach pie using a recipe handed down by his grandmother.
Eric steps out his back door and into a picturesque farm surrounded by an unspoiled natural setting.
Mel’s beautiful English garden didn’t get beautiful without a lot of tending to.
Finding inspiration in The Problems of Work on ways to be more productive, Judy transplants the advice to her greenhouse and shows off the fruits of her labor.
Elizabeth’s nesting, getting super organized in preparation for the arrival of her new baby.
Keeping a positive frame of mind right now is job number one for Sandra and her family, so she keeps everyone busy with work, school and family game night.
School’s always in session at Timmy’s, where she homeschools her three children using the tools of The Technology of Study.
Staying active is top of mind for Thomas, so he splits his time between getting chores done and playing games for fun.
Keeping the house clean can be a bit daunting. Ching Hua takes it one task at a time and, with some help in handling confusions she learned from The Problems of Work, she tackles housework…
Charlene, a Doctor of Chiropractic, shows off how her office is transitioning to safeguard the health of her patients when they visit as things begin to open up again.
Alan builds websites for companies. So in a job that’s all about ones and zeroes, there’s zero room for mistakes.
Possibly the coolest thing you will see today, Jenn and her son Cris invite you into their home to show you what hydro dipping is all about.
Home offices are rapidly becoming the norm, so Darina is putting some creative energy into making her home office the kind of place she enjoys.
Hung-Ta’s passion is making handmade pendants. He’s got the right tools to transform raw materials into an awe-inspiring design.
With the world turned upside down, just getting out of bed sometimes requires a little motivation.
Suddenly, life’s all about home schooling and finding ways to adjust to this new reality.
Tamales are as Mexican as … tamales. And Enedelia satisfies anyone who’s hungry for the recipe to make this traditional dish at home.
For the moment, Lynn’s teaching her students from a virtual classroom, broadcasting from her desk at home.
Douglas has a lot of home projects to do down under in Sydney. There’s mowing the grass, keeping the bees, tuning up the motorcycle and, of course, tending to the sheep.
Take a tip from Hsiu-Chuan to create a custom homemade pizza.
With stay-at-home restrictions lifted, Noelle tests the waters of the “new normal” by heading out to a restaurant for the first time in months.
Over the years, Sherry has collected a lot of old glass items. Now is the perfect time for her to get busy sorting through a garage full of fragile mementos.
For Michael and Denice, life’s all about staying productive. So, they’re wired to accomplish every home project they never had time to get around to before.
From Taiwan, the undisputed bubble tea capital of the world, Peggy presents a simple step-by-step method to make the delicious drink that has won over taste buds across the globe.
For world-renowned sculptor Yoshikawa, turning a 15,000-pound granite boulder into a work of art is a typical way to spend his days.
Brian and his family are keeping busy with projects to repair, restore and renew items in their backyard.
Singer Brenda Marie is usually belting out her brand of rhythm and blues on international stages.
For Andi, professional pet sitter, every day is a purposeful walk in the park.
As a chiropractor, helping people stay healthy is no stretch for Emiko. What is a stretch—literally—is the super easy exercise she recommends that can improve blood circulation in the lower body.
Delfina shares her favorite recipe on how to whisk up a simple and delicious chocolate cake, Argentinian style.
Chris usually travels for work, so he’s not used to being home for a month.
Petrina is a fine artist, so she kept right on painting in her home studio.
A run around the track and some push-ups are how Andreas keeps his body in shape.
Tzu-Hsu recommends his surefire method for preparing the best salmon dish this side of the South China Sea.
The last few months have been quiet at sound editor David Kitchens’s audio post-production studio.
Nina finds creating works of art is the perfect way to unleash her creativity. She shares simple techniques to create abstract paintings, using some unconventional methods.
For Derek, his motorcycle is more than just a ride; it’s a rip-roaring mean machine of artistic expression.
Dancing in Dublin takes a delightful Indian twist when Kiran shows off some basic moves of classical Indian dance.
With a baby at home, making a safe space for her to play in was super important for Si-Ying.
Erin shows off a do-it-yourself recipe to create play dough—a perennial children’s favorite plaything.
For Palmer, being confined to home is just a new game. So, why not make the most of it?
Margarita started painting two years ago and she’s devoted to practicing her new craft.
With two young daughters at home, Leo, now more than ever, has to wear many hats.
Ya-Han gives super simple step-by-step instructions on how to make an origami heart.
Looking to whip up the perfect waffle? Maria and Richard share their secret tip to making light and airy waffles every time.
Ballet, possibly more than any other art form, requires intense discipline and consistent practice.
Sherry decided downtime was the time to take on those projects she never could find the time to complete before.
Learning to play a musical instrument is high up on Tal’s list of things she’d like to accomplish … if she only had the time.
Cabinetmaker Meng Tsung keeps on creating through these “crazy times.”
Mitch is home making use of his music studio by writing and recording. He lets off a little steam by shredding a guitar solo.
When you have three young daughters, keeping the fun going may prove a bit more difficult in times like these, but Kalee keeps the good times rolling.
Toli’s taking her time out to study online tutorials, becoming a proficient photo editor in the bargain.
Staying at home, Julie nourishes her body with homemade Belgian pancakes.
Jasmine trains her sights on a little home-grown entertainment—teaching her old dog new tricks.
Working from home means the lines of where office life ends and home life begins can get a little blurred.
Bernardo combines marketing and moviemaking to keep his marketing business thriving.
During his time at home, Alex strikes a balance between playing his guitar and creating a nurturing environment for his two young children.
Francesca’s not afraid to get her hands dirty—especially if it’s in the name of creating art.
Making sure all the time at home is quality time for her family, Hsin-Hua turns to The Scientology Handbook chapter on Children.
Making the most of his stay at home, Max transforms his room into a multipurpose space.
Plant-based chef Rita has no beef with having to stay home. In fact, she can stand the heat and so stays in the kitchen.
For Kirby, this turned out to be the perfect time to fulfill his dream of learning how to record his own music at home.
Nurturing her garden and nurturing her family, Valentina uses her downtime to plant seeds that are already bearing fruit.
Jack enlists the helpful hands of his three-year-old daughter to construct a backyard fence and build a lifetime of memories.
Veronica’s days are packed with both work commitments and personal activities. Making sure she doesn’t drop any balls, especially in these uncertain times, is quite the challenge.
Hunkered down in her home studio, sculptor Nina carves out a future of aesthetics.
As a tutor, traveling is part of the territory for Marco—whether he’s going to students or they’re coming to him.
Timi’s got you covered with some quick tips on healthy Nigerian cooking and a healthy take on making sense of the world.
Pam sidestepped the sheltering-in-place blues by staying productive. It’s a datum right out of The Problems of Work—productive people are happy people.
How do you handle a stressful situation? Scott turns to the “Solutions for a Dangerous Environment” chapter from The Scientology Handbook for the answer.
With all this time at home, Simone and Raj are busy putting into practice the “Flourish and Prosper” precept from The Way to Happiness.
During his time at home, Jesse decided to get his home organized, beginning with the least organized spot—the attic.
Growing clean food at home is something Michael is passionate about, and one look at his magnificent garden shows he’s got some serious gardening skills.
For John, a professional pianist, staying at home means more time to learn new pieces.
Mike runs art galleries on the California coast, and he’s been hung up waiting for the okay to open his doors again.
Saiyo gathers the ingredients to string together strands of stay-at-home necklaces.
Teaching math can add up to all manner of frustrations. But Sandro is equal to the task.
Evelyne works for a curtain and wallpaper manufacturer. Her business got hung up with her and her clients having to stay at home.
Kazuyuki stays fit with daily repetition of exercise. He stays calm by avoiding the daily repetition of bad news.
Sometimes when Lisa collects items for her charity work, she gets a “white elephant.”
Staying at home with his family, Juan Carlos is taking the time to apply the technology in Handbook for Preclears and rekindling his purposes in the process.
To call Timothy a “motorcycle enthusiast” would be a massive understatement. He’s using this stay-at-home time to customize his and his son’s rides for off-road adventures.
Naunidh, a student in London, demonstrates one of the lessons she learned back home from her mother—the family’s famous pilaf recipe.
In these days of sheltering at home, Chih’s kitchen is a bit of a laboratory. He’s discovering new recipes, like fresh fish steamed in a special Thai sauce.
Pono and his puppy live in paradise. This Hawaiian knows an obedient pooch will help keep his island life relaxed…
While they work from home, digital business consultants Sofia and Fernando help their clients get organized.
Even under stay-at-home regulations, a person is permitted to do food shopping.
Planted at home, Esmée spends her days capturing flowers on canvas. One part walk in the garden, one part imagination and many parts color, she brings outdoors indoors.
Customers in quarantine could be the “death of a salesman.” Jyun-Jia came up with a new way to attract and communicate with customers.
While Vegas’s famed casinos open back up, a few miles away April shows all her cards at home. She’s holding a full house of vegetarian wraps.
With three kids at home, that’s a lot of pitter-patter of little feet. But even under extreme conditions like these, Benjamin keeps them all in step and happy by letting each do their part to help the family.
Staying home, David isn’t working, but he is working out! In fact, he’s playing a game to get in the best shape of his life—and he’s winning.
In the kitchen, Michelle is in total control. The pastry chef, food blogger and food photographer can whip up a mouthwatering dessert anytime.
Taku and his three sons stay home and stay busy with schoolwork. As an extracurricular activity, they cook up fresh French fries—from scratch!
Two bakers plus just two ingredients equals a delicious chocolate cake.
Taking her cue from the chapter “Safeguard and improve your environment” from The Way to Happiness, Annie writes environmentally themed children’s books.
Stroll through what may be Paris’s newest garden … the one in Marielle’s backyard.
A magician never reveals his secrets. Well, under extreme circumstances, sometimes they do.
If Damien looks for the silver lining of having to stay home, it’s that he’s been able to spend quality time with his infant daughter and wife.
Take Nicolas, a math major at MIT, subtract a physical college campus, then multiply it by a series of online classrooms, and it just doesn’t add up to an education.
With the day-to-day pattern of life disrupted by staying home, Christine takes time to piece together another intricately patterned quilt.
Take a bike tour through the beautifully lush Irish countryside with Ben.
When it comes to growing gardens, Gunilla and Gerth are the experts who show you how it’s done.
What could possibly bring more joy to your home than three dogs?
To be a calming influence—that’s Kris’s goal and why he launched his online serenades and sing-a-longs.
Ettore is a lifeline to his community. During these tough times, he spends his days zipping through the streets of Padova, delivering groceries and other necessities to the needy.
When he’s not mixing sound in his recording studio, Randy likes to mix up the ingredients for his special sourdough bread.
While navigating the uncharted territory of the current situation, Alexis is also finding her way as the mom of a six‑year‑old.
Who knew making custom birdhouses could be so easy? Galina did.
Tanja took time at home to dust off some of the projects she’d planned for her housecleaning business.
In Central Ohio, you don’t necessarily have to devote acreage to grow cool-weather vegetables.
Alabama-born Devonta is living his dream in Dublin.
Cookies. Laura’s family loves them and she loves baking them.
For sisters Miranda and Aurora, making protective face masks is a family affair.
Professional photographer Richard turns downtime into a trip down memory lane with some tips on creating the perfect theme for your photo album.
When in Sonoma, do what the Sonomans do—complete that renovation you’ve been planning.
Nutritionist Tara brings The Way to Happiness precept “Take care of yourself” to life.
Tyler’s been reading Scientology: The Fundamentals of Thought, discovering for himself that he is a spirit who has a body and uses his mind to solve problems.
With her two daughters at home, Alicia hasn’t gone down the rabbit hole.
If there’s one thing Ed knows, it’s Joe. That is—how to roast and grind beans for a French press cup of Joe.
Take in views of Ireland’s countryside as Colm leads a hike from home through the highlands of Killarney.
Always looking at the sunny side of life, Vanessa is using this time to enrich the lives of her kids and herself with crafts and games.
When producer/dancer/dance teacher Lyla started working from home instead of her studio, she could have played “Taps” for her taps.
Creating online content for tens of thousands of aquarium enthusiasts keeps Ben busy.
Social distancing cut the cord on Marc’s weekly piano gigs, but he knew just how to find a new venue.
Exploring passions we could never seem to find the time for before now, Diana is definitely making tasteful use of the present by spending some serious time creating delicious dishes in her kitchen.
How does Yo-Ting make puppy training look so doggone easy?
Artist Debbie’s Silicon Valley studio is awash with color.
Call it game time. Call it family time.
At only 15 years of age, Tel Aviv native Liron’s heart is already set on becoming a professional baker.
According to voice actor Jesse, uncertain times call for certainty in action.
Sandy can tell you the story behind every spinning wheel in her collection. And she can even show you how they work—transforming raw wool into yarn before your very eyes.
When he was at school, Matteo was not what you’d call a lover of learning. After discovering The Technology of Study, he was able to overcome the barriers that blocked his education.
Merry’s making merry making jewelry at home. It’s her job, but it’s also a source of her joy in life.
Staying home means professional photographer Will’s got nothing to shoot.
Creating a delicious meal is one thing. Creating a delicious meal that can boost your immune system is magic.
Staying home is not what her family is used to, but Mary is reaping what she sows.
As a singer and recording artist, Marc’s main gig is making music.
As a color analyst, Sachiko helps people discover their own personal color palettes.
Personal trainer Tracey is staying home and staying fit. She exercises tools from The Technology of Study to help her clients gradiently get stronger.
Spending time together is nothing new for the Matthews. They’re together every day, because not only are they married, but they’re also business partners.
To paraphrase a famous saying, “The painting and decorating professional’s own house needs painting and decorating.”
After Rafael and Elenia spend the day staring at screens—some to keep up with work, some to catch up on news—they find themselves drained of all their energy.
The current situation can have a bad effect on some people. So, Annie decided to create some good effects using simple ingredients—dark chocolate, white chocolate and fresh strawberries.
In the middle of this global crisis, entertainer and producer Zalia discovered there’s no business in show business.
When the entertainment industry ground to a halt, actress Tamra cast herself in a once-in-a-lifetime role—a shelter-in-place succulent plant arranger.
Taking away the weddings and social events from a photographer can have a negative impact on their business.
Between do-it-yourself home projects like lining her kitchen walls with reclaimed wood, and her mighty Great Danes taking her family for a walk, Louveigne keeps her household problem-free.
Singer-songwriter Joe is at home in the studio—alone. So, he not only writes the songs, he plays piano, guitar and sings.
For Maham, “stay-at-home” time equals “bake-at-home” time. She got an itch to make fresh berry scones from scratch.
Sitting cross-legged, constructing children’s furniture in his home loft is a far cry from the busy home construction sites where Kazuhiro normally works.
When Marie learned she had to shelter in place, she made a game out of it—a concept she got from her The Problems of Work course.
With everyone at home, event producer Alessandro has to create another kind of event entirely.
With her English school closed for the duration, Yui began delivering long-distance language lessons via her virtual classroom.
A tree grows in Otto’s backyard. Actually, this urban farmer starts with seeds, recycled materials and a little water to cultivate several fruit trees and vegetables.
Staying at home, Marta took stock of the unfinished projects she had accumulated.
No one’s out on the dance floor—yet. During this intermission DJ Dan has been mixing it up at home, readying his repertoire for a return to the circuit.
Uncharacteristically gig-less, guitarist Danny asks, “How many times have you wished you had more time?”
Sheltering-at-home with her husband, Catherine shares the recipe for her homemade granola.
Whether teaching his stay-home-from-school daughter or creating his own educational video, it’s all about modern communication for Lambros.
What do you get when you transform your backyard into a free-range chicken farm and food garden?
Confined quarters might create tension between older and younger siblings, but not for Arden and his kid brother.
After studying the Solutions for a Dangerous Environment course, Nisha replaced her concern and worry with happiness and peace.
A little downtime is the perfect time to get things done around the house.
A mother of twins, Lavinia works twice as hard to keep her twins occupied at home.
In the pool, water polo champion Giulia is a force to be reckoned with. In her house, you might say she’s a fish out of water.
No matter what’s happening outside, inside Claire’s Los Angeles home it’s calm and organized.
At Yuzuru’s children’s swimming school, at this time, there’s no running, no diving and no swimming!
London theaters are dark for now, so Tom can’t “strut and fret his hour upon the stage.”
Professional watercolor artist Pomm knows a thing or two about color.
At this time, real estate broker Eliseu isn’t showing houses.
At home for the duration, Andrew feels the need for knead.
Ryder doesn’t miss a beat when it comes to keeping creative.
Customers staying home, a bakery in limbo—that’s the recipe for disaster.
Academy Award-winning electrical engineer Assaff has a new job title these days—tutor.
Tom and Teri stay at home checking items off their to-do list with gusto. Projects inside. Projects outside.
Under normal circumstances James is a busy computer animator.
In the throes of planning a game reserve in South Africa, rather than riding her Range Rover across South African grasslands, Yvette’s at home on her computer.
Bob’s famous for his escapades on the snow, not only as an extreme skier, but as the brains behind virtual ski and snowboard training.
Using Scientology Targets and Goals, Taylor has a plan every day. She keeps on creating because she knows staying productive means staying happy.
Matt and Gillian are creatives that just got a bit more creative.
As an audiobook narrator and voice-over artist, Taylor spends a lot of time confined to her home recording booth.
Coffee shop closed? No worries for Shahab. He’s a coffee connoisseur who roasts his own beans and brews them like a pro.
Tim employs the same first-class craftsmanship on his DIY jobs at home as he does on the bespoke carpentry pieces he creates for his clients.
Confusion may reign outside, but inside Takatsugu rules the day, enjoying a calming cup of traditional Japanese tea.
Greg’s a guitarist. But since the rest of the band can’t come to him, wielding a little computer wizardry, he transforms his guitar into a jazz ensemble.
As a professional food photographer, Marie bakes up her next assignment right at home.
If there’s one thing Ray loves, it’s staying busy. In fact, staying busy is the stable datum he adopted after reading The Problems of Work.
Debbie views having to stay home as an opportunity to fulfill her longtime wish to create art full time.
Russian-born Alina, who lives in London, quotes a Russian saying: “No bad without good.”
When Katie was walking the runways during Paris Fashion Week, she couldn’t have imagined she’d be spending the next month walking the halls of her home.
Tell a best-selling author he’s got to stay home and he gets busy.
For Sabine and her family, being stuck at home is no reason to feel down.
Architectural artist Ian invites his social network connections to join him on a virtual tour of Italy.
Hana-li invests her time at home into passing positive relationship messages from her and her husband to the online world.
Satinder runs a successful wood flooring business.
When his “ride-hailing” gig got uber quiet, James started shopping around and found a new job shopping for others.
Mixing up a batch of immunity-boosting Taiwanese papaya milk, smoothie master Ning-Jung spreads good health.
Drive 15 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip and you’re in Henderson, one of the safest cities in the United States. But even here, the stress of quarantine can make life feel like it’s grown out of control.
Lights! Camera! And always in action!
The marketplace may be quieter than usual, but Robert knows marketing never sleeps.
Wax on. Wax off. That’s the virtual car care lesson Joshua imparts. And he keeps his spirit shiny with the Scientology techniques for the workaday world…
While at home, Kelly keeps her household busy by finishing off those unfinished cycles, whether administrative or artistic.
As the creative force behind a popular global shoe brand, Chie has things totally under control.
Bay Area chiropractor and motorcycle safety instructor Doc Wong knows a thing or two about the importance of balance.
As a published author, Dave’s shelter-in-place routine is much like every other day—clocking in the hours on his home office computer.
Kiwi Eileen looks at her time at home as a respite from the day-to-day grind and a chance to bring some order into her world.
Are you ready to dance? This husband-wife choreography team is ready to teach you.
The game is delayed but baseball player Nick isn’t just sitting on the bench.
To get his two young sons to help complete some cycles around the house, Barrett makes it a game.
Brad is a master in martial arts. He is also a teacher. Since he can’t work with his students in person, he’s guiding them online.
For Mercedes, staying at home doesn’t mean standing still. She makes the most of her “downtime” by applying Tools for the Workplace.
Mike and Maureen are used to working high above Sydney, keeping the city’s skyscrapers in tip-top shape.
This New York City fashion industry executive uses the tricks of his trade to teach the pattern for no-sew face mask.
Pam’s family can’t get together right now to share her healthy home baking.
Beginning with a blank canvas, Carl wields his brushes to create a “flower dream” before your very eyes.
Mr. Jim is known across the United States for his chain of successful pizzerias.
For Malony, having her children home every day is nothing new.
The March 12th, 2018 launch of the Scientology Network, introduced by Mr. David Miscavige in this one-hour special.