PHOTOS BY MARISA NICODEMUS
THE MANY SIDES OF SUSAN…
She is a thinker.
A listener and a writer.
An internet scholar.
A storyteller and a self-described “life hacker.”Continue reading
Photos by: Christopher Cardwell
Pam Breedlove was just 15 when her breasts started giving her problems. She was supposed to be worried about grades… her friends… make up. Maybe even obsessing over a first crush.
Yet there she was obsessing over a painful lump in her breast.Continue reading
Many women diagnosed with breast cancer are unable to work during their illness or treatment, adding a huge financial toll to an already difficult mental, emotional and physical struggle. From surgeries to chemotherapy appointments, some women find it exhausting just to get out of bed, let alone try to hold a job.Continue reading
LEGENDARY DIANE CHEVRON : ROCHESTER’S FIRST LADY OF THE THEATRE Photos by Lush Light Photography
If you know anything about theatre in Rochester, you probably know Rochester Theatre’s own “First Lady,” the beautiful and glorious Diane Chevron. Continue reading
Tom Malloy walks up to me at Starbucks on a sunny day in Webster, NY and the first thing you notice is his handsome smile.
Although he’s a critically acclaimed actor, producer and screenwriter, his happiness is no act. Tom is relaxed and genuinely joyful as he talks about his life, his career, and most importantly his kids.Continue reading
Jeanie Smith has always had a passion for healthcare and people.
So when she saw a newspaper ad in the early 90’s for Rochester Regional Healthcare Association Family of Companies (RRHA) she applied for it. She had hoped that it might be a good way to start a career in healthcare administration and perhaps be a stepping-stone to another position. She got the job. And she excelled at it ever since.Continue reading