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.
What is wrong with people??
18 year old Kristen Forester was pulled over, when cops asked her why she was pulled over she said "Because I was driving crazy." She ended up blowing a .157, then did her sobriety test in her panties and a backwards Shaq jersey.
This is great stuff.
U.S. Army Veteran Jim Wolf has struggled with alcoholism, poverty, and homelessness for decades. But in September 2013, with the help of Degage Ministries in Grand Rapids, Mich., he agreed to go through a physical transformation.
Rob Bliss, a local filmmaker, teamed up with Degage Ministries, a stylist, and a production team to create this timelapse video of Wolf’s several-hour makeover. “The homeless are people we ignore every day,” Bliss said. And so he wanted his video to show how, with just a little support, anyone “can look like they’re meant for the cover of GQ.” It’s hard not to gasp at the end result.
Since the makeover, Wolf has been able to secure housing and has even begun attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. And while one makeover does not even begin to solve or even address the issues faced by homeless veterans in this country, it’s pretty moving to see one man finally get some of the care and attention he deserves.