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1010 WINS Special Series: Black History Month Celebration

February 1, 2014 6:00 AM

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Leslie Uggams

1010 WINS Anchor Larry Mullins with Leslie Uggams

1010 WINS Anchor Larry Mullins with Leslie Uggams

Actress Leslie Uggams, known for her role on the mini-series “Roots,” is on the board at Juilliard, the Professional Children’s school, and the Apollo. She’s also working to bring Lena Horne’s “Stormy Weather” to Broadway. Find out more about 1010 WINS anchor Larry Mullins’ crush on the triple threat actress in his interview and blog.

One-One-One Interview With Leslie Uggams

Larry’s Blog: Actress Leslie Uggams

LeslieUggams.com

Barbara Hillary

1010 WINS Anchor Larry Mullins with Barbara Hillary

1010 WINS Anchor Larry Mullins with Barbara Hillary

Barbara Hillary is the first known African-American woman to reach the North Pole and the South Pole. She also completed those feats “at the ripe old age (sorry, young age) of then-75!” See why 1010 WINS’ anchor Larry Mullins calls the 82-year-old a “firecracker” and “a hoot!”

One-One-One Interview With Barbara Hillary

Larry’s Blog: Adventurer Barbara Hillary

BarbaraHillary.com

Linda Tarry-Chard

1010 WINS Anchor Larry Mullins with Rev. Linda Tarry-Chard (Credit: 1010 WINS)

1010 WINS Anchor Larry Mullins with Rev. Linda Tarry-Chard (Credit: 1010 WINS)

Reverend Linda Tarry-Chard is the Minister for New Membership, Care and Parish Life at the Riverside Church in Manhattan as well as the founder of the Project People Foundation. See why the late Nelson Mandela himself thanked the reverend in 1010 WINS anchor Larry Mullins’ interview and blog.

One-One-One Interview With Linda Tarry-Chard

Larry’s Blog: Reverend Linda Tarry-Chard 

Project People Foundation

Maxcel Hardy

Chef Max in 1010 WINS interview (Credit: 22013 AM Media Group)

Chef Max in 1010 WINS interview (Credit: 22013 AM Media Group)

Chef Maxcel Hardy started “One Chef can 86 Hunger,” an anti-hunger campaign. He’s also a personal chef to stars such as Jamie Foxx and Michael Jordan. But if you ask him, his most important achievement has been the creation of a culinary school at Opportunity Charter School in Harlem. Check out what Hardy had to say about his famous clients, and the school that enabled him to fulfill his “dream to give back to kids.”

One-One-One Interview With Maxcel Hardy

Larry’s Blog: Chef Maxcel Hardy

Opportunity Charter School

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