Senior partner Arnold Fisher supports and is the honorary chairman of the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, a nonprofit which gives aid to the families of . soldiers who died while in military service Cite error: The <ref> tag has too many names (see the help page ).  and builds centers dedicated to the treatment of combat trauma, including traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress.  The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund financed the construction of the National Intrepid Center of Excellence (NICoE), a facility dedicated to research, diagnosis, and treatment of military personnel and veterans suffering from traumatic brain injury and psychological health issues.  Partner Winston Fisher led “Team Intrepid Fallen Heroes,” a team of elite amateur and former professional athletes in the 2014 Race Across America, finishing in first place in the eight person team division and raising funds for the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund.  
Long-suffering gym teacher Ethan is the glue that holds his eccentric family together. But when his father gets locked in a bitter contest with his old rival, Washington, both former phys-ed teachers, over whose name will be on the new high school gym, Ethan finds his life -- and his family -- spiraling out of control. The fact that the school's principal, Ethan's old rival for beautiful Virginia, is conniving behind the scenes to win Virginia and destroy Ethan's family, is getting on Ethan's very last nerve. But Ethan might be just the guy to snatch victory -- and Virginia -- from the jaws of defeat. Written by alias
World renowned Dutch post-impressionist painter Vincent Van Gogh is legendary for paintings such as The Starry Night which continue to draw huge museum crowds. He may be as well known for his eccentricities and a tragic history that includes cutting off his part of his ear during a bout of depression. Though there have been several attempts to diagnose Van Gogh's behavior and problems , there is strong evidence that leads many experts to believe he suffered from bipolar disorder. The artist fluctuated between extreme mania and depression. He ultimately committed suicide with a self-inflicted gunshot wound at age 37.