Bentley, Logan, and Sydney
If you're thinking about helping the victims of the tornadoes in Oklahoma, here are some easy ways to make an instant impact…
• Text FOOD to 32333 to donate $10 to relief.
• Donate $10 to the Red Cross by texting REDCROSS to 90999 or visit them @ www.redcross.org
• Text GIVE OK to 80088 to donate $10 to the Tornado Relief Fund on GlobalGiving. You can also donate
• For the Salvation Army you can visit their website @ donate.salvationarmyusa.org
Gleaning For the World is Collecting Supplies and will deliver 5 tractor trailer loads to tornado victims.
Donate Supplies today and Thursday at Sam's Club on Ward's Road in Lynchburg from 10a.m. – 7 p.m.
and at the Connections Trade Show at the Liberty University Schilling Center today from Noon – 7 p.m.
Personal care items, baby products, and cleaning supplies are needed.
A cash, check, or credit card donation can be made to Gleaning for the World at GFTW, P.O. Box 645, Concord, VA 24538.
A singer-songwrtier who had two No. 1 hits has passed away at age 72, the Los Angeles Times reports.
One of the hits was a song sung by Helen Reddy. The other he sang himself.
Says the Times, "Alan O'Day, 72, who wrote popular songs for other artists, including Helen Reddy and the Righteous Brothers, but scored his own No. 1 single with 'Undercover Angel' in 1977, died Friday at his home in Westwood. The cause was cancer, according to his manager, Ken Kaufman."
The Times obituary also says "Earlier, O'Day wrote 'Rock and Roll Heaven,' a popular song for the Righteous Brothers, 'Train of Thought,' recorded by Cher, 'The Drum' for Bobby Sherman and 'Angie Baby,' which was a No. 1 hit for Reddy in 1974.
The story also notes, "Born in Hollywood, O'Day grew up in the Coachella Valley area. He later divided his time between Nashville and Los Angeles."
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(Los Angeles, CA) -- Actress Angelina Jolie is revealing she has undergone a preventive double mastectomy. In a "New York Times" op-ed piece, the Oscar winner writes she decided to have the surgery after finding out she is a carrier of the BRCA1 cancer gene. Jolie says doctors told her she had an 87-percent chance of developing breast cancer. Her mother battled cancer for nearly ten years and died at the age of 56.
After three months of medical procedures this year, Jolie says her chances of getting breast cancer are now less than five percent. She credits her partner, actor Brad Pitt, for his support and for being with her during her surgeries. Jolie says they both knew it was the right thing to do for their family. Jolie and Pitt have six children.
"Ghostbusters 3" is like that cut on the roof of your mouth: it just won't go away. Dan Aykroyd told ShortList that he's planning to meet with director Ivan Reitman to discuss the film in June. "And I can say that it will be focused on the new generation," Aykroyd revealed. "Think the latest 'Star Trek.'"
Plans for "Ghostbusters 3" have been discussed since as early as 1996. It has long been thought that the film would focus on a new generation of Ghostbusters, with Aykroyd, Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson passing the torch. Not Bill Murray, however: Aykroyd confirmed last August that Murray would not participate in "Ghostbusters 3."