This is World Suicide Prevention Day, and last night, to raise awareness, there was a screening of a Robin Williams film at the Kimmel Center.
David Letterman used his opening monologue on the “Late Show” Monday to remember old pal Robin Williams.
Robin Williams was in the early stages of Parkinson’s disease and was sober at the time of his suicide, his wife said Thursday.
Chris discusses Philadelphia pitch to host the next Democratic National Convention, the protests against police in Ferguson, MO, and he hosts the first edition of Stigall on the Mall. He also talks to Comedian Kevin Nealon at 7:00.
Chris talks with Philly Mag editor Tom McGrath about the Philly Mag party at Citizens Bank park and more. Chris also talks with Senator Pat Toomey about Hillary Clinton’s foreign policy record and more. Sabina, a loving 5 year old Pit Bull mix is Piazza’s Pet of the Week.
The big screen lost a legend, while sports lost their greatest motivator.
The 1989 film Dead Poets Society, a breakout dramatic role for the late-great Robin Williams, and often considered required watching for it’s message: be different – seize the day.
Robin Williams had a long history of depression and substance abuse, which can lead to suicide. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on his age possibly being a factor too.
Chris talks about the death and apparent suicide of comedian Robin Williams. Listeners phone in with their favorite Robin Williams films. Chris talks with Philadelphia’s own, Dom Irrera about the life and legacy of Robin Williams. Chris talks behind the scenes exclusive political information with bestselling author, Ed Klein.
In the comedy and improv world, Williams’ death has hit hard. At Philly Improv Theater many stand-ups feel as though they’ve not only lost one of their industry’s greatest minds, but a mentor.
Oscar winning actor Robin Williams was found dead of an apparent suicide in his Tiburon home Monday, according to the Marin County Sheriff’s Department.
CBS 3 Morning Anchor Ukee Washington is hopping on a plane to LA this afternoon for a cameo appearance on the CBS hit comedy The Crazy Ones starring Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Geller.
An over-the-top, eccentric advertising genius partners with his level-headed no-nonsense daughter. Robin Williams’ brand of larger-than-life comedy ensues.
This is a soundly made film, downright old-fashioned in its narrative confidence and technical simplicity, unerring in its period detail and behavior.
By the authority vested in me, I now pronounce “The Big Wedding” a bomb.