Doyle McManus, Washington columnist for the Los Angeles Times joins Bob to discuss the latest political news.
Next, actor John Cusack rose to fame after his starring role the 1989 off-beat teen hit film Say Anything. Since then, Cusack has been a mainstay in American cinema, starting in cult hits like High Fidelity and Being John Malkovich, as well as Hollywood blockbusters like 2012. In Cusack’s most recent film, the actor plays horror writer Edgar Allen Poe in the period thriller The Raven.
Then, in this week’s installment of our ongoing series This I Believe, we hear the essay of Annie Azzariti. She believes that when a loved one dies, their life should not be measured by awards, achievements or by how much money left behind. When Azzariti’s mother died, she and her siblings found an archaeological treasure trove of family mementos. Hand-made clothes, photographs, telegrams, report cards and years of Mother’s Day jewelry had all been lovingly wrapped and saved. Azzariti says her mother’s life revolved around her three children, and the keepsakes of their shared lives prove the depth of her love. [Broadcast Date: April 27, 2012]
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