Results tagged with 'cancer'
Published May 9, 2015
Rob Wagner speaks the truth when he says everyone is affected by cancer in some way, shape or form. Wagner, who lost his grandfather and his stepfather to cancer, found out he had a rare form of childhood bone cancer in 2007. He is now seven years in remission and has helped to raise $100,000 through an annual event. And, this is just the beginning.
Published April 26, 2015
PurpleStride is the signature event of the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. In 2015, the 5K run and family-friendly walk takes place on Sunday, May 17 at Miller Park.
Published March 23, 2015
For Adam Chance of Street Corner Symphony, the live show is the best place to get to see more than what was on television. The bass singer of the a capella group appeared on NBC's "Sing Off" and now he's a part of the national tour. The group takes the stage at 8 p.m. on Saturday at the Riverside in Milwaukee.
Published Jan. 5, 2015
People claim that Stuart Scott redefined a culture, gave swag to following pastimes and was the torch bearer for so many others that aspired to find work in television. That all is true.
Published Dec. 10, 2014
The SURG Restuarant Group and owners Michael Polaski and Omar Shaikh have brought together some unique "once in a lifetime" opportunities all to help a friend and military leader with more than 20 years of service.
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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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