top top top top 102 / Internet TODAY'S
PUZZLE? THIS WEEK COVER This
Cover Dear Editor LookRadio 120
PIXELS 3 columns Part
/ NATIONAL NIGHT OUT
ELEVATES DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS Respectfully
Submitted top top 40 40+110+570=720
TVInews - PETE ALLMANS CELEBRITY SCENE The last days of the old White House Press Room was dazzled by a few President Bush needles. One flash got boo's when he called TVI Magazine co-founder Sam Donaldson, "a has been". Photo: Oscar Goodman, Earl White; Quote: TVI Magazine publisher, Josie Cory
Photos: Top Left. U.S. President Bush, surrounded by his White House Press Secretary, Tony Snow and several of Snow's predecessors, including Dee Dee Myers from the Clinton administration and James S. Brady. Lower: From Right to Left:Ben Ardito, Pete Allman, Mayor Oscar Goodman, Earl White, Ricky Barlow, M.C. Jr., Mr. Michael "M.C." -- Carter Sr and Sam Donaldson. CLICK FOR MORE DONALDSON./ MORE ON SAM
President Bush on Wednesday, August 3, 2006, gave the White House presidential press corps a Friars roasting, whose members are moving across the street to make way for a nine-month renovation of their currently cramped quarters.
Bush stood in front of the Media corps, surrounded by his Press Secretary Tony Snow and several of Snow's predecessors, including Dee Dee Myers from the Clinton administration and James S. Brady, who was shot during a 1981 assassination attempt on President Reagan and for whom the new Brady press room was named.
"So this is like the end of an old era," Bush said to Snow, and his predecessors. "And let me just say, we felt your pain," -- borrowing the Clinton refrain.
Turning to the packed press room, Bush then needled an old presidential nemesis: ABC News and TVI Magazine's founder, Sam Donaldson, standing in back of the room.
Donaldson who became famous for shouting questions at Reagan in that same room, asked Bush, what the President thought about whether Mel Gibson should be forgiven for his anti-Semitic remarks."
"Is that Sam Donaldson?" Bush asked. "Forget it. You're a has-been. We don't have to answer has-been's questions."
Donaldson backed by a few boo's to Bush's needling, persisted, yelling his question again and again.
"I can't hear you, I'm over 60, just like you," Bush said, cupping his ear just as Reagan used to do to avoid Donaldson's questions.
"Ronald Reagan could get away with that, sir," Donaldson shot back.
"I know you've been complaining about the digs for a while," President Bush told reporters during the surprise appearance to toast the overhaul of the press room, which was built over the White House's indoor swimming pool in 1970.
When cries of "yes!" filled the room, Bush quipped: "Forget it."
THE PRESIDENT: He was over 60, as well. At any rate, as you can tell, I'm thrilled to be here. (Laughter.) But we do wish you all the best. Looking forward to being here when you kick off the new room. You deserve better than this. I appreciate the relationship with the press. I know these folks enjoyed the -- enjoyed dealing with you -- well, another crowd of you, been dealing with you, as well. It's an important relationship
In all of its glory, National Night Out, has brought communities together throughout the United States. It has helped elevate the awareness of community safety and camaraderie especially in Las Vegas. Earl White of the 15th Street Coalition with Scott Sturtridge and Tina Haynes headed the downtown event at the Fremont Mini Mart parking lot in conjunction with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department with special invited guest Ward 5 Councilman Lawrence Weekly.
Councilman Weekly and Captain Csaba, Mac, Maczala along with Doug Gillespie the Under Sheriff spoke about crime being diminished and more police officers patrolling downtown Las Vegas. Other guest included entertainer Bobby Ruffin of the Drifters, Christina Kwan (2004 U.S. Boxing Champion), Entertainer T. Fox, Pitt Bull Girls, and other artists.
Individuals running for political office who attended the event included Jerry Airola for Sheriff, Bob Goodman (Rep) for Lieutenant Governor and Kevin Childs for County Recorder's Office. Target the national sponsor provided school supplies which was coordinated by Ryan Haddrill and his staff.
Despite the rumors that had been circulated about downtown Las Vegas being unsafe is highly incorrect. It is without question much safer today than it was some ten years ago. In fact the area between Las Vegas Boulevard and 8th Street has already begun its phase of new business influx with fast foods as well as night clubs. The area which is known as Fremont East is well underway and soon will become a destination point for downtown.
03 /SHOW BIZ TID BITS
Two time Oscar winner Kevin Spacey who won a Best Actor Oscar for, American Beauty, and another for Best Supporting Actor in, The Usual Suspects, is moving along on his project about a group of card counting kids who take in Las Vegas. That is similar to when GMIT students took on Las Vegas for millions.
Michael Hall another actor known for, The Breakfast Club, is currently working on the film, Life and Death In Las Vegas, which he wrote and plans to complete the end of this year Elvis Presley The King Of Rock and Roll still holds the attendance record at the Las Vegas Hilton.
Brenden is a success story in that he worked for everything that he has today even though suffered medical conditions as a child. He did have the guidance of his Uncle Ted Mann of the Mann Theater chains.
Today Brenden Theaters signifies the accomplishment of his Uncle Toni Braxton whos the six time Grammy Award winning artist has undoubtedly set the pace for new recording artist to perform for an extended engagement in Las Vegas. Her live show Toni Braxton Revealed at the Flamingo Hilton brings a renewed energy and prestige to the same stage that Gladys Knight, Wayne Newton and production shows such as City Lights which have graced Las Vegas History.
Until then keep your visions positive and keep positive people around you and above all, know that God is there for you.
ATTENTION: The names mentioned in SHOW BIZ BITS need to be bolded. They were copied bolded by when I paste them here they do not post that way also the Pete Allman quote at bottom of page was copied slanted but did not post either!
Publisher/Editor TVI Magazine
TVI Magazine, tviNews.net, YES90, Your Easy Search, Associated Press, Reuters, BBC, LA Times, NY Times, VRA's D-Diaries, Industry Press Releases, They Said It, SmartSearch, and Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia were used in compiling and ascertaining this Yes90 news report.
©1956-2007. Copyright. All rights reserved by: TVI Publications, VRA TelePlay Pictures, xingtv and Big Six Media Entertainments. Tel - 323 462.1099.
Smart Daaf Boys - Products
Troy Cory Show / DVDs VRA TelePlay
We Preserve The Moment
Yes90 tviNews S90 107 Sam Donaldson / Bush - PETE ALLMANS CELEBRITY SCENE The last days of the old White House Press Room was dazzled by a few President Bush needles. One flash got boo's when he called TVI founder Sam Donaldson, "a has been". Oscar Goodman, Earl White / Feature Story / 107CSNDonaldsonBush.htm / Smart90, lookradio, nbs100, tvimagazine, vratv, xingtv, Ddiaries, Soulfind, nbstubblefield, congming90, chinaexpo, vralogo, Look Radio, China Expo, Soul Find, s90tv, wifi90, dv90, nbs 100, Josie Cory, Publisher, Troy Cory, ePublisher, Troy Cory-Stubblefield / Kudoads, Photo Image665, Movies troy cory show duration:medium:free - 4 min - Television With No Borders
How Do We Do Business?
Tel 323 462-1099
Return To Top
102 / Internet
THIS WEEK COVER
This Week's Cover
120 PIXELS 3 columns
/ NATIONAL NIGHT OUT
ELEVATES DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS