Please join Greg as he chats with the legendary Arts and Entertainment Reporter, Joyce Kulhawik. Greg and Joyce discuss happenings in the entertainment world, Joyce’s world and her cancer journey as she celebrates 31 years cancer free. Ed will be back for the next podcast but for now please enjoy this heartwarming and thoughtful conversation.
Ten time Grammy winner, Cheryl Bentyne, who has been a member of Manhattan Transfer for over 40 years, shares stories of the road, recording, collaborating and openly talks about her cancer journey that took her off the road and how she hopes to continues to share that story. Cheryl’s shares her thoughts on early treatment and how second opinions can be life saving. So please join us for a lovely chat with an incredible artist who has blessed the airwaves with her voice for many years. To learn more, go to vohboston.org.
Greg and Ed are back with a new series of conversations with some great people in the Cardinal Cafe! Our first episode of season 2 features Sue Tabb who is an on-air talent at Boston’s 106.7 morning radio team and has been in radio for nearly 20 years in the Boston market. Sue is also a recipient of two Gracie awards for her work on her “Exceptional Women” radio program. Sue chats with us about her early years in radio and an open conversation about her breast cancer journey during the pandemic. It’s a very open and honest discussion and I hope that you enjoy it. To learn more, go to vohboston.org.
This is part two of our conversation with the voice you have heard for over 50 years on your radio, WBZ Radio’s Jordan Rich. We discuss his career, his family, his new book and his support for Voices of Hope since 2012. Please join us for a stroll down memory lane! To learn more, go to vohboston.org.
This week we chat with our good friend, the voice you have heard for over 50 years on your radio, WBZ Radio’s Jordan Rich. We discuss his career, his family, his new book and his support for Voices of Hope since 2012. Please join us for a stroll down memory lane! To learn more, go to vohboston.org.
This week we meet the Emmy Award winning WCVB’s Sports Anchor, Bob Halloran. We discuss his career in Boston, ESPN and many of the novels he has written. Bob is also a survivor of a brain aneurysm and we discuss his event and the community that he helps raise awareness funds for. Please join us and learn what a renaissance man Bob truly is. Thank you. To learn more, go to vohboston.org.
We had an incredible conversation with Eliot from Jordan’s Furniture. He is quite the story teller and discusses his families roots, his incredible philanthropic work with children and his thoughts on giving. He is such a great storyteller this will episode will be in two 30 minute parts. So get your devices ready for a wonderful discussion with the man you all know. And please check out the philanthropic work he and his company are doing here … Jordan’s Furniture Philanthropic Page
This week we meet Erin Fletcher Stern M.S. who is the President and CEO of Camp Casco which is a camp for kids who had been affected by childhood cancer. The camp allows them to reclaim their childhood and to laugh and play with other kids going through the same life event which is very liberating and unifying for them. Erin talks of her career/life change of working in the science of cancer to starting this amazing camp. Please go to their website once you listen to this wonderful story to see how you can help. www.campcasco.org. To learn more, go to vohboston.org.
On this episode we meet Mary McManus. Mary is a motivational speaker, author, poet, 2009 Boston Marathon Finisher, polio and trauma survivor. She has a remarkable story of resilience, healing, Hope and possibilities. Once you hear her tell her story you will want to rush out to purchase her newest book of poems “Hope is a Garden” which she wrote during the recent pandemic. So please join us for this incredible story. And please check out Mary’s book at www.MaryMcManus.com. To learn more, go to vohboston.org.
On this episode we say hello to long time supporter, WCVB News Anchor Maria Stephanos and her incredibly talented husband, artist, Dale Stephanos. We talk about how they met, their own journeys to where they are today and we discuss Dale’s incredible mother and her cancer journey. Please join us and get some insight on those who have been in your lives for many years. And check out Dales artwork which has been featured in Time, Newsweek, Sport Illustrated and Rolling Stone Magazine at www.dalesillustration.com. To learn more, go to vohboston.org.