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I’ve been blessed to meet and interview a lot of really fascinating people. But no one’s light shined more brightly than Jacques d’Amboise’s. He was one of this country’s greatest dancers and then went on to create National Dance Institute, a program that’s had a huge positive impact on the lives of thousands of New York kids.
Jacques died on Sunday May 2, 2021.
In this life, if we meet one Jacques d’Amboise along the way, we are fortunate. I spent time with him in 2004 for this profile and many other subsequent times. Happy memories at a sad time. My life is infinitely better because of Jacques.
He will never be forgotten and I loved him.
CBS NEWS RADIO NETWORK
Here is my five part series for CBS News Radio Network called “Tearing Down The Wall” to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
What a treat it was to help create and host the CBS News Radio special “Back to the Garden” on the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Woodstock Music and Arts Fair.
On 6/14/1994, I was reporting live postgame from MSG after @NYRangers Stanley Cup. Mike Richter passes me, stops and asks "do you need me" as in "do you need me for an interview?" The Stanley Cup winning goalie. Yes, I think so. Never forgot it. Great goalie. Wonderful guy. https://t.co/B4lAViX5ys
1st game. Bat Day doubleheader vs. the Twins. 1965. 1st Bat Day ever. We got two bats. Horace Clarke and Arturo Lopez. Twins were great that year. Yankees…were not. https://t.co/rETv3gGigu
Great news. @AudraEqualityMc @leslieodomjr 2 of my favorite One on 1 profiles. Audra in 2014 https://t.co/jIqLdcI8On Leslie in 2016 https://t.co/mpdjdlcd4i
password:oneon1 #TonyAwards https://t.co/65LwTZfwvA