Since 1983, the acclaimed "Voice of the Common Man" has lightened up the airwaves of 700WLW in Cincinnati with many national and local politicians, cultural leaders, authors, spin doctors and other miscreants resulting in the most listened to radio show in Ohio.
Bill is an attorney, business entrepreneur, former Ohio Assistant Attorney General; he was selected in 1983 as Ohio's Outstanding Young Lawyer by the Ohio State Bar Association; he's married to the Honorable Penelope H. Cunningham (Judge in the Ohio Court of Appeals).
Having already received every award the radio industry can bestow, including the 2001 Marconi as America's Large Market Radio Personality of the Year, Bill Cunningham remembers yesterday, embraces today and yearns for a better tomorrow.
The University of Cincinnati says it won't interfere with an outdoor display of female genitalia photos on campus.
The college's LGBTQ Alliance and UC Feminists say the 12 photos of vaginas are meant to cause discussion aimed at discrimination and exploitation of women's bodies.
The project called Re-envisioning the Female Body also wants to counter an anti-abortion demonstration on campus last year.
Critics of the temporary display planned Thursday and Friday have complained that is pandering obscenity and could be viewed by young children.
University President Santa Ono says in a statement that UC is an academic community where ideas and images are analyzed and debated, however controversial and complex they might be.
He also says the school is a public institution obligated to protect the First Amendment.