Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging (WRAAA), CEO, Doug Beach & Director of Comm. Outreach and Advocacy, Fatima Perkins share stats on aging, services and programs offered to service our senior communities regarding health care, transportation, food insecurities and other issues plaguing our communities.
Cleveland Native & Karamu Alum, Actress Vanessa Bell Calloway in studio, sharing details about her one-woman nationwide show, "Letters from Zora." Calloway transforms Karamu's Jeliffe Theater into another era, as she channels Hurston and becomes the literary genius, Zora Neale Hurston. Calloway captivates the audience through this transformation into Hurston, exposing her vulnerabilities and strengths through her life's tragedies & triumphs. Running the Karamu House through June 24. A Must SEE! Deborah Osgood, Achievement Centers joins us in studio w/ details about the upcoming fundraising event to benefit Camp Cheerful, A Most Excellent Race, June 24.
Monica Cowans & Jeff Stanicky, Hospice of the Western Reserve join us in studio w details about the upcoming fundraising effort, Hospice Walk to Remember, Sunday, June 10, which supports programs offered by Hospice: Pediatric Program, Pet Therapy, Moments to Remember, Flight to Remember, Comfort Buddies & how you can win tickets to see the Tony Award Winning Musical, "Hamilton"; Pt. 2- Karamu House cast of "Passing Strange".
Monique Winston, Optima Lender Services, talks about their title services, title insurance & their specialized real estate services etc; Karamu House's "Passing Strange" through June 3, cast members and marketing director, Nathan Lilly join us in studio to talk about the Passing Strange experience, chemistry w/ other actors/performers & Karamu House, 2.0