At 42, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power was the youngest person to serve in that post. The Obama appointee was in town over the weekend speaking to the Richmond Forum. She sat down with Dan Rosenthal, who asked her if her age hindered her in the job, or helped her.
Dan has been with the news/public affairs departments at 88.9 WCVE since 1995 as a part-time host and producer. He reports spot news, feature events and covers public affairs dates, including those of the World Affairs Council of Greater Richmond and U of R’s Jepson Leadership Forum. When not on the air, Dan practices law from his west end office handling a wide range of civil litigation.
Articles by Dan Rosenthal
Hall of Fame sportscaster and NPR commentator Frank Deford died on May 28th in Florida. WCVE's Dan Rosenthal spoke to Deford in Richmond seven years ago and has this remembrance.
88.9 WCVE’s Dan Rosenthal sits down with Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond President Jeffrey Lacker.
Paula Poundstone brings her imaginative and often unscripted brand of comedy to Richmond this weekend. She’ll do two shows Saturday night (10/29) at the Camp Concert Hall at the University of Richmond.
She’s been doing comedy since she was 19, traveling the country on a Greyhound bus to open mic nights. 88.9 WCVE’s Dan Rosenthal caught up with Poundstone recently and asked how her open mic nights in the 70s compare to her tours today.
More than five million Americans live with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. As a growing number of families encounter the disease, some simple legal documents can help make the journey easier - and less costly.
Michael Robinson’s mother Regina was first diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s disease in 2011. At the time, doctors couldn’t tell him how fast it would progress.
Michael Robinson: Whether that path was going to be one year or ten years, nobody could say.
Brian Ford of RBC Wealth Management joins 88.9 WCVE’s Dan Rosenthal for this week’s financial analysis.
On quiet days, when he was just a small boy, photographer and ice scientist James Balog says that on quiet winter mornings, he used to love to listen to snow hitting the ground. Now, as an adult, Balog has focused on ice around the world – more specifically melting ice. Balog was in Richmond Saturday and spoke to the Richmond Forum.
James Balog spoke to the Richmond Forum on Saturday (2/13) about the threat that glacial melting poses to the world.
Brian Ford, with RBC Wealth Management, has this week’s business news.
Andy Foldenauer, with RBC Wealth Management, has this week’s business report.