Results tagged with 'cancer'
Published Sept. 2, 2016
The recent "Taste of Hope" dinner brought together six chefs who donated their time to help raise funds to fight Leukemia and Lymphoma. But, maybe none had a more fervid motivation than Peter Sandroni, owner of La Merenda and Engine Company No. 3.
Published Aug. 30, 2016
September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and the Delafield-based G9 is poised to present more important work. On Tuesday, Sept. 20, "The G9 Golden Celebration" will celebrate the leaders coming together to change the future of childhood cancer.
Published March 3, 2016
If you or someone you know has ovarian cancer and you used baby powder or talcum powder regularly, you may be one of the growing number of women reporting the link between the two.
Published Feb. 19, 2016
To help in the fight for a cure for breast cancer, I'm sporting a pink wig and fashioning myself as a "Big Wig." Sure, I shaved my head many moons ago and have no need hair. Yet, my Emo Philips-inspired wig is means serious business and I'm asking that you help me raise important funds.
Published Jan. 21, 2016
The seventh annual benefit concert for the Pablove Foundation takes place Saturday, Jan. 23 at Turner Hall Ballroom, 1034 N. 4th St. This year, the event features six local bands.
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Saturday May 3rd, 2014 – South Haven, MI Night number three of the mini tour, and tonight’s stop in South Haven, MI was the only place of the three that I had performed before. When I was here last time, the crowd was excellent and I took no prisoners. Tonight wasn&rsq...
Sunday April 27th, 2014 – Milwaukee, WI Tonight I had the delightful opportunity to both donate to charity and enjoy a world class meal at the same time. It doesn’t get much better than that, and I’m glad I did it. The event was held in downtown Milwaukee at a re...
Tuesday February 18th, 2014 – Chicago, IL Not everyone gets an opportunity to look back over the body of work of their entire lives at the very end and sort out all the memories. The stereotypical picture is the old geezer on a death bed surrounded by family, making a final ...
t is strange to think about cancer. How can the body turn against itself? Why can't humans figure out a cure? It has no prejudices or qualms about who it strikes. The deadly disease took away so many loved ones. It threatened my mom, sister, my sister-in-law, friends and colleagues. When I hea...
Thursday October 10th, 2013 – Sparta, WI In all my years of gallivanting around North America, I can only recall a couple of times when my schedule happened to work out conveniently. I am notorious for having horrific routing over most of my career, and the stress from it ha...
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