Tuesday, June 29, 2010
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Friday, June 25, 2010
Magic on TV
Sunday, June 27, 9 ET/PT, CBS
The Daytime Emmy Awards will once again honor the soap-opera stars and talk-show hosts who round out the daylight listings in your TV Guide. This year, however, the awards will be presented from the stage of the Las Vegas Hilton, where performers from up and down the Strip have been called in to add sizzle to the two-hour broadcast. Among them, David Copperfield will travel from the MGM Grand's Hollywood Theatre to magically produce host Regis Philbin at the top of the show. Immediately following his spot, David, a twenty-time Emmy award-winner himself, will head back down Las Vegas Boulevard to complete two performances of his show, An Intimate Evening of Grand Illusion. Copperfield's role in theDaytime Emmy's is similar to his appearance on theAcademy of Country Music Awards in 2009, where he used his signature Elevator Illusion to produce music sensation Taylor Swift. We understand that David will not be reprising the Elevator, so expect to see another Copperfield illusion in primetime Sunday night.
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
Make Believe (Documentary)
Thursday, June 3, 2010
tommEE will perform at Celebrate Life With Hope
Entertainment & Celebrities
Rafﬂe & Prizes
Food & Refreshments
Blood Donor Drive
What is Celebrate Life with HOPE?
- The largest annual event of its type in the nation
- A place where survivors and their families get together with hospital staff
- An event where survivors meet community and national support agencies that can help them
- A place for HOPE Program donors to meet cancer survivors
In addition to enjoying fun and food, the event emphasizes health promotion and wellness through attention to nutrition, self-care, and mind-body fitness. Held on the New York City backlot of Paramount Pictures, we are joined by celebrities and entertainers who make the day so absolutely special. Celebrate Life with HOPE emphasizes survivorship and life-long wellness as an on-going process that involves physical health and learning to maximize quality of life.
With over 2,400 participants last year, we are expecting an even larger turnout this year. Sponsored by the HOPE Program in the Childrens Center for Cancer and Blood Diseases, this wonderful event is free to our children and families. The event is made possible by the philanthropic support of outstanding individuals, organizations, and businesses.