Casey Caplowe, co-founder and creative director of GOOD, during presents the work of 4 GOOD Fellows, the illustrious winners of the Global Neighborhood Challenge show-cased during this week’s LA celebration of pragmatic idealism and collective progress. Kurt Shaw from Brazil, Regina Agyare from Ghana, María Morfin from Mexico, Coralie Winn from New Zealand, and Bruce Good from South Africa; over the last decade have innovated creative and scalable projects that strengthen the social fabric of their communities. Together this week they interact with the good-deeds crowd around LA: Las Fotos, LA River Kayak Safari, 826LA, ELACC, Thank You For Coming, Walk [Your City], the Malibu Lagoon Restoration Project, the Santa Monica Farmers Market, CicLAvia, Homeboy Industries, Community Health Councils, Lot to Spot, the Watts House Project, Girls in Tech, Trekking LA and the Historic Downtown Los Angeles Business Improvement District. Information about the organization is available at www.good.is and from the Good Magazine. Dr. Scott Haldeman, internationally acclaimed UCI physician, talks about his extensive research and outreach pertaining to the increasing pervasive burden of disease from neck and lower back pain. As chairman of World Spine Care, involved in the previous decade’s Bone and Joint Decade Initiative, Dr. Haldeman is developing a model of care for spinal health in rural Botswana, India, the Dominican Republic, and elsewhere. Dr. Haldeman cautions listeners about clinicians promising magical cures for neck and lower back pain. More information is available at:www.worldspinecare.org, The North American Spine Society, and The Journal of Neck Pain.