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.
With hundreds of layoffs looming in the city, Mayor Mallory decided to reward his top aides with double digit raises.
Here's how we're calling it:
1. Chiefs: Luke Joeckel, tackle, Texas A&M.
2. Jaguars: Sharrif Floyd, defensive tackle, Florida.
3. Raiders: Dion Jordan, defensive end, Oregon.
4. Eagles: Geno Smith, quarterback, West Virginia.
5. Lions: Eric Fisher, tackle, Central Michigan.
See the rest of the first round and most importantly the Bengals pick here.
(NEWSER) – As hundreds of mourners arrived at a church in Medford, Massachusetts, to pay their respects to 29-year-old Boston Marathon bombing victim Krystle Campbell, hundreds more gathered across the street to protect the funeral from a protest threatened by the Westboro Baptist Church. Teamsters Local 25 brought over 200 union members to act as a human shield, while other unaffiliated citizens also came to lend a hand after news of the potential protest spread online, reports the Boston Globe. No one from the Westboro Baptist Church showed.
Westboro Baptist Church were too afraid to picket the funeral of Boston Marathon Bombing victim Krystle Campbell... twitter.com/MentalityMag/s…— Mentality Magazine (@MentalityMag) April 22, 2013