Saturday, December 29, 2007

News Brief

Jamaica Gleaner: Rebecca Herbst celebrates 10 years at General Hospital. "I think the last person Elizabeth needs in her life right now is another man."

Miami Herald: The Palm Beach set were headed to South Beach to celebrate new parents Donald Trump Jr. and wife Vanessa Trump's joint 30th-birthday party presented by Angel Music Group at Mansion in Miami on Friday night. All My Children star Cameron Mathison was in attendance.

Ontario Argus Observer: Helen Binder, the mother-in-law to the late actor John Beradino who played Dr. Hardy on General Hospital, found an interesting way to celebrate Christmas. Binder, 91, Ontario, combined her strong Catholic faith and one of the most powerful symbols in Christianity into a striking display on her front lawn.

Press Association: Soap stars backing hygiene campaign. Ten actors from the likes of Coronation Street, Emmerdale, Neighbours and River City encouraged Scots to "reach for the soap" to help reduce the spread of germs.

Guardian Unlimited: If the EastEnders Christmas Day episode is evidence of the BBC taking what it "views as a key chance to reiterate its public service credentials," with its aggressive family conflict and misery, then give me Rupert Murdoch with his bought-in programming and his football any time. It was harrowing stuff and I would have thought the BBC would offer something with a little more peace and goodwill, or at the least, somewhat less indigestible.

Soap Opera Digest: The Bold and the Beautiful's New Year's Resolutions.

Marlena De Lacroix: Marlena to Thinking Fans: You Get the Last Word in 2007!

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