Steve Abbott, Executive Director, Cincinnati Cancer Foundation and Sherry Hughes, Director of Strategic Community Engagement, Cincinnati Cancer Advisors. Cincinnati Cancer Advisors exists to improve the care of cancer patients seeking a second opinion so that they walk away with a thorough understanding of their diagnosis and confidence in their plan of care. They believe that great care begins with a great plan and in doing so they hope to take those feelings of chaos out of a cancer diagnosis through their team-oriented, mission-driven approach to making second opinions more accessible.
Sunday Morning Magazine with Rodney Lear
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Ben Feller, Author, Big Problems Little Problems. Mr. Feller is a former award-winning chief White House correspondent for The Associated Press. During his years of covering Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush, he was a leader of the White House press corps, traveled aboard Air Force One around the world, and was honored as a “master of deadline reporting.” Now he is writing about his personal passion: being a dad. His latest project is his heartwarming new book, Big Problems Little Problems, which is inspired by his relationship with his son.
Ginger Zee is the chief meteorologist at ABC News, reporting on the nation’s weather on Good Morning America and across ABC News broadcasts and digital platforms. Previously she was the meteorologist for “Good Morning America Weekend.” Additionally, Zee hosts an ABC News original digital series “Food Forecast.” Follow Ginger on Twitter: @ginger_Zee; her Facebook Fan Page is: Facebook.com/gingerzeetv
In 2010, Fatemah founded CareerTuners. The company has experienced growth to become a small team of certified resume writers, career coaches, interview coaches, and negotiation experts that help ambitious job seekers, usually people aiming for jobs that pay at least $120-$150K, find better, more satisfying work. https://careertuners.com/services/
• Marc Brown, Author, BELIEVE IN YOURSELF: What We Learned from Arthur. Marc Brown is the creator of one of the world’s most iconic and enduring children’s book and television characters—he is author-illustrator of the bestselling Arthur Adventure book series (since 1976) and creative producer of the number-one children’s PBS KIDS television series “Arthur.” Just in time for the 25th milestone season of the animated series, master storyteller Marc Brown shares the funniest and most heartfelt moments from the longest running children’s television show in America and classic book series in his new book BELIEVE IN YOURSELF: What We Learned from Arthur.
Jan-Michele Lemon Kearney, Vice Mayor, City of Cincinnati. Vice Mayor Kearney joins Sunday Morning Magazine to discuss her career shift from law to politics and her vision for Cincinnati. https://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/kearney/about-vice-mayor-kearney/
Jayne Utter, Managing Director, Summerfair 2022. Summerfair 2022 will be held at Coney Island June 3rd, 4th and 5th. Summerfair will feature more than 350 fine artists from all around the country. Summerfair has grown into one of the oldest continuous art fairs. Artists exhibit their art at the fair in categories such as photography, painting, wood, ceramics, fibers, leather and jewelry.
From Revolution Dance Theatre comes SOUL: A Celebration of Black Music. The production of live music and superior dance will takes place June 3 & June 4, 2022 at the Aronoff Center for the Arts. SOUL: A Celebration of Black Music promises an uplifting good time with sounds of old school, R&B, gospel and more! Dancers perform to the live accompaniment of stellar vocalist Brittany Marie and the Sound the Alarm Band!
Cincinnati Association for the Blind & Visually impaired (CABVI). On June 4th, CABVI will host FUN FEST at Washington Park. The FREE event will feature a Cornhole Tournament, live music, carnival games and carnival food.
Jeff Suess, Author, Tomorrowland: The Past, Present, and Future of Disney’s Most Changed Land. About the book: When Disneyland opened in 1955, Tomorrowland re¬flected Walt Disney’s optimism for a great big beautiful tomorrow with the promise of atomic age technology and everyday rocket trips to the moon. Then the present caught up to the future, so Walt had to tear it down and start again. To stay ahead, Tomorrowland has been upgraded and redefined for each new generation, from the New Tomorrowland in 1967 to the boldly different Discoveryland, and beyond.