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Monthly Archive: May 2011

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May 2011

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Michael E. Knight Interview: 'All My Children' Star Thanks Fans for Tad Martin

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Michael E Knight

Daytime Emmy award winner Michael E. Knight is best known for his portrayal of Thaddeus (Tad) James Martin on the ABC soap All My Children. Knight’s first stint on the show ran from 1982-1986; he returned in 1988, left again in 1990, and has appeared continuously from 1992 to the present.

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Thursday

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Loretta Devine Interview: Busy 'Grey's Anatomy' Actress Stars in 'Madea's Big Happy Family'

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Loretta Devine

Enormously talented film, television, and Broadway actress Loretta Devine was born in Houston, Texas on August 21, 1949. The five-time NAACP Image Award winner is known for her television roles on Boston Public and Eli Stone. Playing recurring character Adele Webber, Devine can currently be seen on the ABC medical drama television series Grey’s Anatomy.

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Tuesday

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Mark Childress Interview: Bestselling Author on His Life and Latest Novel 'Georgia Bottoms'

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Mark Childress

Born in 1957 in Monroeville, Alabama, Mark Childress not only grew up in Alabama but in Ohio, Indiana, Mississippi, and Louisiana. He is the author of 7 novels: A World Made of Fire, V for Victor, Tender, Crazy in Alabama, Gone for Good, One Mississippi, and Georgia Bottoms.

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Thursday

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Hank Williams Jr. Interview: Legendary Country Music Superstar Organizes Tornado Relief Telethon

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Hank Williams Jr

Country music giant Hank Williams Jr. is known for singing “A Country Boy Can Survive,” “Old Habits,” “Kaw-Liga,” “Family Tradition,” and “Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound,” but this week the artist traveled to his beloved state of Alabama to offer hope and assistance to victims of the vicious tornado outbreak of April 25-28, 2011, that affected the Southern, Midwestern, and Northeastern United States.

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