CBS Sunday Morning October 19 2014
CBS Sunday Morning looked at the future of retirement living on October 19. Plus, the show visited an artistic tradition in Baltimore, polarizing baseball legend Pete Rose, actor Danny Aiello, and rock band Arcade Fire. Here’s a look at the weekend’s big stories.
CBS Sunday Morning Calendar: Week of October 20
- Monday 10/20 – Cubist exhibition at the New York Metropolitan Museum
- Tuesday 10/21 – Susan Boyle releases new album Hope
- Wednesday 10/22 – National Weather Service implements changes to severe weather communication
- Thursday 10/23 – Louisiana State Fair opens in Shreveport
- Friday 10/24 – National Bologna Day
- Saturday 10/25 – Rock & Roll Hall of Fame honors The Everly Brothers in Cleveland
CBS Sunday Morning: Beacon Hill Village & Family Caregiver Alliance
Costs and needs of long-term care for older adults put middle-income seniors and families in a tough spot. Groups like Beacon Hill Village are responding.
Sunday Morning: Preserving the History of Painted Screens in Baltimore
Sunday Morning visited Baltimore, Maryland to reflect on the past and future of a century-old art: painted screens in the windows of many city rowhouses.
Sunday Morning: Pete Rose Statistics, Memorabilia + Baseball Apology
Pete Rose took CBS Sunday Morning on visits to Cincinnati and Cooperstown, New York, where he reflected on his legendary MLB career and lifetime banishment.
Sunday Morning: Danny Aiello Acting Trick, Pool Hustler & Who I Am
Danny Aiello, who transitioned into acting in his 30s after stints at Greyhound and cracking safes, has written a memoir saying he doesn’t know himself.
CBS Sunday Morning: Arcade Fire Music, Grammy Award & Haiti Relief
The Canadian rock band Arcade Fire recalled how they formed, what drives their musical success, and how they have given back to Haiti on Sunday Morning.
Sunday Morning: United States Ebola Mortality Rate
CBS Sunday Morning contributor Dr. Jon LaPook shared some perspective on the Ebola virus mortality rate in the United States.
Sunday Morning: An Affair of the Heart, Carefree Lane & Tim Hauser
Sunday Morning followed the story of two heart transplant patients who found love on Carefree Lane; remembering The Manhattan Transfer musician Tim Hauser.
Sunday Opinion: Ben Stein ISIS Beheadings & Ransom To Terrorists
Ben Stein shared an opinion on CBS Sunday Morning suggesting that the policy of not paying ransom to terrorists results in brutal, avoidable deaths.