February 06, 2005

Sandra Pinckney

Television personality Sandra Pinckney writes about food in UniSun. She can be seen on the Food Network, where she has been host of the show Food Finds for the past four years. On the show, Pinckney highlights regional fare and the people who produce it.

She began her television career at WJZ-TV, as producer of a weekly magazine show. She moved to the news division, where she worked her way up from weekend reporter to health reporter to noon anchor. She left WJZ in 1995 for WMAR-TV and an offer to be a main news anchor. In 2000, she left WMAR.

In addition to her work on the Food Network, Pinckney is host of Blue Ribbon on the Turner South network. On the show, she takes viewers on a journey across the South, profiling the best the region has to offer, from barbecue joints to spas.

She cultivated her passion for food and travel at an early age. The daughter of a diplomat, she spent her childhood on the move, living across the United States and in such far-flung locales as Cambodia, Singapore and Malaysia. Today, Pinckney lives in Charlotte, N.C., where she is developing a love of gardening and Southern fried chicken.

Kasey Jones

Kasey Jones shares the story of her journey to weight loss. Jones, a journalist for 33 years, has lived in Baltimore since 1984. She is a former Sun editor and currently works at the Associated Press news service. In her free time, she pampers her three cats and travels to live-theater performances in New York and London. Jones has also traveled extensively throughout the Caribbean.

Harriette Cole

Successful author, entrepreneur and editor Harriette Cole provides advice in her Q&A column, which appears in more than 25 newspapers nationwide. Cole gives advice on issues ranging from etiquette to relationships, and on tough topics like depression and abuse. Her advice is well researched, incorporating information and resources for readers.

After working as a runway model, Cole was lifestyle editor and fashion director at Essence magazine. A graduate of Howard University, where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, Cole is originally from Baltimore, and now makes her home in Harlem, New York City.

You can send questions to or c / o United Feature Syndicate, 200 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10016.

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