The Early Show, April 5, 2008
Anchors: Chris Wragge of CBS station WCBS-TV in New York, Debbye Turner, and Mish Michaels of CBS station WBZ-TV in Boston, doing the weather.
HealthWatch -- Laparoscopic Hysterectomies: Dr. Jon LaPook and gynecologic surgeon Dr. Lori Warren on the less-invasive, less-painful method of performing a hysterectomy
Hitting Home Early -- Ray's Mailbag: Ray Martin answers foreclosure questions e-mailed by viewers.
First Date Do's and Don'ts: Professional matchmaker Samantha Daniels has advice on avoiding blunders and calming nerves. For more on Daniels, click here.
Europe on the Cheap: "Open Skies," a new agreement between the US and the European Union, means flying to Europe this summer should be easier than ever. But with the weak dollar, a trip abroad still can be pricey. Travel expert Valerie D'Elia reveals ways to save big bucks, and suggests a few European countries where you can get a lot for your money.
Final Four: A preview of the big Saturday night games with a member of the CBS College Sports anchor team, Jay Williams.
Celebrity Dish: Ian Drew of US Weekly serves up this week's Hollywood tidbits.
Chef on a Shoestring: Sunny Anderson is Food Network's newest star and her show, Cooking for Real, premieres Sunday. She focuses on uncomplicated dishes with affordable, easy-to- find ingredients. She'll make brunch for four, on our budget of $40.
Menu: Wilted Romaine Salad with a Bacon Vinaigrette; French Toast with Caramelized Pecans; and Strawberries and Cream Frozen Fruit Smoothies made with Yogurt, Bananas, and Raspberries.
Second Cup Cafe -- Three Graces: - Joy, Kelly, and Sara are a trio of singers from a range of musical backgrounds who, together, perform a mix of pop, Broadway and opera. Later this month, they will perform at a youth rally with Kelly Clarkson during the Pope's visit to New York City. We'll hear songs from their debut CD, "Three Graces."
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