Having been raised by a single mother who was caring for four children, actress Andie MacDowell grew up appreciating what strength of character meant. These days, the star of “Groundhog Day” and more recently, “Cedar Cove” and “Jane by Design,” is actively working to pay it forward by teaming with her daughter, Rainey Qualley. The duo is celebrating “Stories of Strength” via a partnership with Tylenol to raise money for DoSomething.org. The program encourages people to honor the men and women who are their sources of support and strength by submitting stories through photo and video on Instagram or by visiting www.TylenolStoriesOfStrength.com.
Melody Moezzi is an Iranian-American Muslim activist, attorney and award-winning author. Her new book, Haldol and Hyacinths: A Bipolar Life. (Avery) The book is her autobiographical account of her struggle with Bipolar Disorder.
Chuck Klosterman is the New York Times bestselling author of seven previous books and will talk about his latest, I Wear the Black Hat: Grappling with Villains (Real and Imagined) (Scribner)
Steve Weisman will discuss the death of Robin Williams.
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