Public affairs with an entertaining spin! Longtime reporter Kathy Quinn discusses all things Kansas City and beyond.
Actress Dee Wallace, a Wahlberg book on addiction and remembering Steve Phillips
Actress Dee Wallace is on a mission. The famous E.T. actress from KCK wants people to remember that we need to include love in our lives—especially during these crazy COVID times. FOX4’s Kathy Quinn also spoke with Jim Wahlberg and his book called, “The Big Hustle.” He describes addiction and how he turned it around after serving two stints in prison. Wahlberg says it was a God thing after he met Mother Teresa. His two brothers, Mark and Donnie, are singers and actors. Finally, Kansas City’s Celtic rockers, The Elders, lost their guitarist from pulmonary fibrosis. We dedicate a song at the end of the podcast to Steve Phillips.
Opening in a pandemic, Mothers in Charge and alopecia
FOX4’s Kathy Quinn talks to JJ Mirabile about opening up his restaurant after the shutdown and how tough it was on him and his employees. She also talks to Rosilyn Temple from Mothers in Charge about the protests and homicide rate and how nothing will get fixed until the people admit they need to do something about killing each other. Finally, she talks with Tanika Cherie about a medical issue called CCCA a form of alopecia — Cherie wants to help other people with the issue.