If you missed it, Melissa helped Tad fulfill his dream to become a singer, by surprising him with an with an invitation to perform at “A Night of Broadway Stars” on April 27th! For one special night, Broadway’s biggest stars come together under the direction of legendary lyricist and composer Neil Berg for an event like no other. We invite you to join Broadway’s best and Covenant House’s brightest as we celebrate the homeless kids who are now independent young adults, and those still trying to find their way. The Event takes place on April 27th from 6-10:30 at Buckhead Theatre! Learn more [More]
A Georgia woman is hoping you can help her son with autism, more specifically making sure he doesn’t run out of a specific t-shirt. Renee Britt of Bethlehem posted on Facebook over the weekend that she is looking for more Star Wars Stormtrooper Christmas shirts from Target, since it is no longer available and her son, Dawson, is in love with his, wearing it every day. Problem is, the washings are causing his shirt to start falling apart. See a picture of the t-shirt and learn more here.
THINGS TO KNOW FOR THE NFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME The Atlanta Falcons will take on the Green Bay Packers for the sold-out NFC Championship Game this Sunday, January 22 at 3:05pm EST. The Georgia Dome opened its doors in 1992 and Sunday’s game marks the final Falcons game in this historic city landmark. In preparation for the game, we’ve outlined a few important things to know: Rise Up and Celebrate Falcons Friday: In celebration of the game, fans across Atlanta and the state of Georgia are encouraged to Rise Up and support the team this Friday by wearing Falcons apparel to work. Local businesses and organizations are also encouraged to help turn the town red by changing external lighting where possible. Fulton County has also issued a resolution officially declaring Friday, January 20 as “Falcons Friday” throughout the county. New Atlanta Falcons App: Make sure to download the new Falcons app to get live play-by-play, stats and content during the NFC Championship Game and all Falcons games. iOS: http://atlfal.co.nz/2fWAYmg, or Android: http://atlfal.co.nz/2h7Hs1Q. Please note that the old version of the app will not have current team or game information. Get in your seat early: Falcons fans attending the game on Saturday should arrive early as the game is sold out. Kickoff is scheduled for 3:05pm EST and gates will open at 1:00pm EST. Due to a road race planned downtown in the morning that will result in several road closures, and the current weather forecast calling for rain, please anticipate potential delays when planning your commute to the Dome. We encourage fans to use WAZE for directions to specific parking lots as this app will include the most up-to-date road closures. Tailgate / Fan Rally Options: All fans are invited to the “Atlanta Falcons Rise Up Rally,” a free pep rally at Atlantic Station’s Central Park on Saturday, January 21 from 2:00pm – 4:00pm EST. Freddie Falcon and the Falcons Cheerleaders will join Falcons’ Legends Jerious Norwood and Mike Haynes for autographs and photo opportunities. Attendees will receive discounts to activities and have the opportunity to win various Falcons prizes. Two hours of complimentary garage parking will be provided. In the event of rain, the festivities will continue inside at the Steel Mill Event Venue at Atlantic Station. Parking Recommendations: We strongly recommend purchasing a parking pass prior to game day as most lots around the Georgia Dome will be sold out on game day. Parking options are available through ParkWhiz. Go to www.atlantafalcons.com/gameday/getting-there to view parking availability. Easy transportation options: MARTA and Uber are reliable options to get to the game. MARTA has two stations within walking distance of the Dome, and fans can enjoy a new Uber pick-up and drop-off location just yards away from the Dome. Avoid purchasing counterfeit tickets: Due to the increased demand for tickets, there is a potential danger of counterfeit tickets being re-sold in the secondary market. Fans interested in purchasing tickets should visit www.atlantafalcons.com/tickets or www.Ticketmaster.com to secure 100% authentic and guaranteed seats.
Ashley Tisdale & Vanessa Hudgens, who never got to duet in their High School Musical films, teamed up on YouTube to sing Elle King’s song “Ex’s & Oh’s.” Here’s the introduction by the girls, and an excerpt.
Carrie Fisher and her mother, Debbie Reynolds, are the subjects of an HBO documentary about their relationship both professionally and personally. HBO just released the trailer for Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, which was filmed during 2014 and 2015 and will air January 7th, will likely be emotional following both of their recent deaths.
Calgary Global News anchor Leslie Horton brought a bowl of artichoke dip to the set to share with her co-workers, but she didn’t have all the right ingredients for the recipe, and the result was hilariously disgusting.