News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | May 19Chris discussed Ed Rendell's apology for calling women ugly, the reaction to Megyn Kelly's interview with Donald Trump and Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds-Brown's alternative to the soda tax. He talked with Carrie Severino from the Judicial Crisis Network at 7:20 about Donald Trump's list of Supreme Court candidates, Richie Ashburn Jr at 7:35 about tonight's benefit dinner for the Richie Ashburn-Harry Kalas Foundation, CBS 3's Ukee Washington at 8:00 about their upcoming story on DNA love tests, and Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey at 8:20 about running on the same ticket with Donald Trump.
Brotherly Love: Breathing Room For Families With CancerA local foundation has spent two decades giving those families the help they need.
Brotherly Love: Girl's Haircut Inspires MissionA few years ago, a Bucks County hair stylist got a special request to cut the hair of a girl in the hospital. That one haircut started a movement.
CBS3's Ukee Washington Performs James Brown's 'I Feel Good' At Race For The Cure“You feel good? Let’s do this.”
Brotherly Love: Concert For And By Disabled Young PeopleIt's not uncommon to hear about a group of young people putting on a music concert, but this group is a little different, and they embrace it.
Brotherly Love: Group Volunteers Support To Cancer PatientsA Philadelphia man is reaching out to cancer patients to give them some good cheer.
Brotherly Love: Disabled Girl’s Artwork Becomes A Fashion FundraiserA Bucks County fashion designer, inspired by her artistic grandniece, is featuring the work of disabled children.
Brotherly Love: NJ Pet Store Trains People With Special NeedsYoung disabled adults often struggle to find a job, so some parents created job training for them by opening a store.
Brotherly Love: Ukee Washington Grants Leukemia Patient's WishKate Bilo was the first one to meet Ronnie Coffey.
Brotherly Love: A Dance For Everyone, Including Special NeedsIt all started with parents who want their kids to enjoy young adulthood like everyone else: on the dance floor.
Brotherly Love: One Man's Walk For CHOP Around The BlockIn December, a Montgomery County man did what a lot of people do around the new year. He resolved to walk every day. Then he had an idea, and it's going to make a big difference for kids at CHOP.
Brotherly Love: Volunteers Resurrect School LibraryPhiladelphia public schools have struggled to keep their libraries open, so a team of former educators and volunteers stepped up to get the books back in the hands of children.