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Here are related links for April. Check back regularly for updated links and additional show-related information.

Friday, April 30, 2004

The Weather Channel provided The Early Show with the latest on pollen count -- the culprit behind allergies.

To get a pollen forecast in your area go to Weather.com

Monday, April 27, 2004

The Early Show's weatherman Dave Price talked with Dr. Pam Peeke about a joint effort that Reebok and the American Heart Association (AHA) are having. Reebok has donated $1 million to AHA to promote their VersaSport DMX Max walking shoes for women.

Beginning in May, consumers who make a $25 or more donation to the American Heart Association via Reebok's new walking Web site, Reebok.com/walking, will receive a free pair of Reebok's newest walking shoes, the VersaSport DMX Max valued at $70.

Friday, April 23, 2004

The Weather Channel provided The Early Show with the latest on pollen count -- the culprit behind allergies.

To get a pollen forecast in your area go to Weather.com

Thursday, April 22, 2004

George Eads from "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" visits The Early Show plaza to sign two of the 8 mountain bikes being auctioned off on e-Bay starting, April 22 at 12 p.m./ET. The auction will run for 10 days.

He tells co-anchor Rene Syler, "The California Forensic Sciences Team is an education, research and in-service training arm for the Los Angeles regional crime lab. So their mission is really of public education and career development for young forensic scientists. We got behind that."

Visit givingworks.ebay.com for the auction.

Wednesday, April 21, 2004

When the call to duty comes, the Johnson boys respond. Paul and Marilyn Johnson's seven sons from Holladay, Utah have been raised to do their duty to their country and God. Currently four of their sons and one son-in-law are on active military duty.

Caleb, Bill, Nick, And son-in-law Doug are serving in Iraq. While younger brother Chris was recently deployed to Afghanistan.

On Wednesday, Paul and Marilyn Johnson discuss their son-in-law and sons' patriotism. They also give some details about Operation Caring Hands -- a non-profit organization that sends school supplies to Iraq for distribution by U.S. troops.

For more information, go to OperationCaringHands.org


Saturday, April 17, 2004

As the weather warms, so does the desire for homeowners to entertain outdoors. Rent-A-Husband and Parade magazine contributor Kaile Warren gave some tips to build a brick patio to share with friends and family.

For more about Rent-A-Husband, go to Rent-A-Husband.com.

For moe information, go to GoBrick.com


Friday, April 16, 2004

Primetime Challenge winners Michael and Denise Adolphi from Cantonville, Md., visited Dave Price at the plaza to be on national TV and report the weather. There is pollen all across the country. Friday's hot spots are in Atlanta, Ga., Bismarck, N.D., and Boise, Idaho. However, seasonal allergy sufferers in the Northeast can feel a little relief while most of the country experiences high or very high pollen levels. Tree pollen still is a major factor. For more information, visit The Weather Channel.

Saturday, April 10, 2004

A cappella group, the Acoustics, is comprised of students of Boston College. They are wrapping up a mini- "Spring Tour," which included stops in cities throughout the Northeast.

In addition to producing CDs for their fans, they participate in various singing competitions and also put on shows for their fellow students on and around campus.

The Acoustics also get involve in acts of good will. On February 20, 2004, they performed a benefit concert for The Greater Boston Food Bank, raising money for the less fortunate in MA.

They stopped by The Saturday Early Show as part of their tour to promote their latest CD, "Vintage Denim."

For more information, visit their website at http://www.bc.edu/bc_org/svp/st_org/acoustics/.


Saturday, April 3, 2004

Kaile Warren and a crew from Rent-A-Husband recently remodeled a home for a lucky Early Show viewer. It was a one-week renovation that yielded wonderful results for the homeowners.

Installing the new laminate floor wasn't too difficult. In fact, Warren took some time during the renovation to explain how it was done.

For information about flooring, go to
Quick-step.com.

For more about Rent-A-Husband, go to Rent-A-Husband.com.

Friday, April 2, 2004

It's allergy season and it's seems to be particularly harsh in some areas. The Early Show received a forecast pollen levels update of some parts of America.

To get a pollen forecast in your area go to Weather.com
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