by Sandi Durell


The Cafe Carlyle was filled to capacity as MOMS hosted a MAMARAZZI event on September 28 to support breast cancer’s initiative Warriors in Pink powered by Ford.

Hosted by Denise Albert and Melissa Musen Gerstein as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October), awareness was brought to a peak about how to bring More Good Days to those living with breast cancer. Albert and Gerstein are the backbone in their various high profile media and events along with their celebrity guests.



Front and center was star celeb Kristin Chenoweth both celebrating her new album The Art of Elegance and sharing More Good Days in partnership with Warriors in Pink ( Chenoweth has been a spokesperson/supporter of the group in the past as her aunt and mother both battled breast cancer.  Kristin is celebrating her new album The Art of Elegance bringing her special elegance and talent singing two songs accompanied by her musical director-pianist Mary-Mitchell Campbell. Kristin Chenoweth will be opening for a limited run at the Lunt Fontanne Theatre on November 2 running thru November 13 in My Love Letter to Broadway offering hand picked musical theater favorites.

Ford dedicates $130 million to research, education and support services launching the More Good Days in 2015 to help lessen the burden on those living with breast cancer.


Lorraine Elmo, a pediatric occupational therapist, has recently completed treatments for her own battle with the disease and in so doing found her inner voice as a songwriter and musician that inspired courage and hope for herself and many others. Her short talk was truly inspirational and her two songs both funny and clever . . . “Left Side Boobie Blues” and “Chemo Rap.”  (Facebook/Lorraine’s Big Pink Adventure)

See more in the video from the MOMS MAMARAZZI and Kristin Chenoweth (photos/film: Sandi Durell)