Thursday, January 3, 2008

Evening News

Philadelphia Inquirer: Cameron Mathison is putting himself up for auction. It's to raise money for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, an industry-based HIV/AIDS fundraising organization. The 38-year-old star of the ABC daytime soap opera "All My Children" will host a March 2 show at Town Hall to benefit the charity. He is offering private dance lessons and the opportunity to perform on the benefit show, which will feature ABC Daytime soap stars and co-hosts of "The View." Jake Silbermann, hunky Noah Mayer on "As The World Turns," answers questions from fans.

TMZ: VIDEO: "The Bold and the Beautiful" star Jack Wagner was getting pounded yesterday in Hawaii -- and he loved every minute of it!

Soap Opera Digest: Rebecca Staab started out playing a young punk rocker on LOVING (Cecilia), then clean teen Jessie on GUIDING LIGHT. Now, she's portraying moms to older kids (such as Elizabeth on PORT CHARLES) and makes a brief appearance as Heather's mama — and Paul's ex-wife — April Stevens, on Y&R.

Snark Weighs In: "Guiding Light's" Ellen Wheeler: Busted?

E! Online: "Friday Night Lights": My new favorite small-screen couple? Matt Saracen and Julie Taylor. I find myself planning their future and picturing her in a wedding gown. Yes, I’m aware that’s weird. But they’re adorable. And they don’t mean to be—they just are. I challenge anyone to come up with a better pair. Kudos to whoever can make the case for a cooler couple.

Fayettville Observer: ‘LOVE LETTERS’: The authors and “Days of Our Lives” daytime drama actors Bill and Susan Seaforth Hayes will star in the play at the Temple Theatre in Sanford. The performance today will be at 8 p.m., on Saturday at 2 and 8 p.m.; and Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for students. Call (919) 774-4155 or go to

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