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Monday – We’ll chat with NANCY O’DELL of Entertainment Tonight about all the latest breaking entertainment news during May sweeps. Hear a local review from our Lite Rock Movie Critics. We’ll also open Mike & Mindy’s e-mail box.
Tuesday – Hot Tamale! One of our favorite judges from So You Think You Can Dance, MARY MURPHY, will talk to us about the new season. It’s also national egg month; find out how you like your eggs reveals your personality.
Wednesday – It’s the “Purse-A-Day” giveaway! You could win a designer purse by listening to Mike & Mindy at 6:40am. We have the best reasons to own a dog! Please help us find a loving home for a doggy or kitty during Animal House.
Thursday – Best-selling cookbook author, CHEF JAMIE, will share his top tips to help fire up our menu for Memorial Day weekend. We’ll also have your last minute barbeque ideas.
Friday – We’ll speak with celebrated astronaut and bestselling author BUZZ ALDRIN about his new book from National Geographic, “MISSION TO MARS,” where he boldly advocates continuing exploration of our solar system. We’ll also draw the winner for the Online Lyrics and Birthday Prize Pack will be announced.
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For the Determined signs (Taurus, Leo, Scorpio, Aquarius): On Monday, you should follow the urge to let others know how you’re feeling. That emotional clearing could leave you feeling exceptionally energetic from Monday night through Wednesday. On Thursday and Friday you might feel overwhelmed by details. From Saturday evening through the remainder of the weekend, use your charms to get what you want.
For the Flexible signs (Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius, Pisces): Conflicting demands will make it difficult to be flexible on Monday. The situation should lighten up from Monday evening through Wednesday, as you find yourself the center of attention. On Thursday, Friday and early Saturday, you’ll need to focus on life’s smaller details, but expect to have a lot more fun on Saturday night and Sunday.
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As the nation continues to grieve over the Sandy Hook Elementary shootings, several mental health professionals and aid organizations have set up Newtown, Connecticut, to assist those affected by the tragedy. Here's a list of organizations in town and how to help:
Sandy Hook School Support Fund: Provides support services through United Way's Western Connecticut chapter. Make out checks to: Sandy Hook School Support Fund c/o Newtown Savings Bank 39 Main St., Newtown CT 06470. Make an online donation HERE!
Danbury Hospital: Has set up a 24-hour crisis hotline. Donate directly HERE!
Sandy Hook Elementary School Victims Relief Fund: A former Sandy Hook student has set up a Crowdwise account to raise money for those affected by the shooting. Proceeds will benefit the Sandy Hook PTSA. Donate directly HERE!
Newtown Memorial Fund: Aims to help families pay for funeral costs. Donations may be send to Newtown Memorial Fund, P.O. Box 596, Botsford, CT 06404.
Newtown Youth & Family Services: All donations made to the organization will benefit those affected by the shootings. The non-profit will also provide emergency counseling for families, community members and staff involved in the tragedy. Mail checks to Newtown Youth & Family Services, 15 Berkshire Rd. Sandy Hook, CT 06482.
Emilie Parker Memorial Fund: Family and friends of the Parker family have set up a Facebook page and PayPal account to help pay for the funeral of six-year-old Emilie Parker. Learn more at facebook.com/EmilieParkerFund.
Project Linus: This nonprofit has arranged to send more than 700 handmade blankets to children affected by the shootings. Donate directly HERE!
American Red Cross: More than 100 Red Cross volunteers have provided more than 400 stuffed animals to children attending Sunday night's memorial service. The organization is asking supporters to reach out to the Sandy Hook School Support Fund HERE!
Support the Family of Noah Pozner: Sympathy cards supporting the family of six-year-old victim Noah Pozner may mailed to: Friends of Maddie 1534 North Moorpark Rd., Suite 284, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360.