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

Friday, May 28, 2004

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

Weatherman Dave Price reports there are very high allergy levels throughout the nation with tree and grass pollen particularly dominant this time of year. Hot spots include: Bismarck, N.D.; Council Bluffs, Iowa, and Tallahassee, Fla.

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

Tuesday, May 25, 2004

The cast of the off Broadway show "Cookin'" visited the plaza. Four cast members performed, using their knives and other kitchen supplies to create their beat. The show was originally developed in Seoul, Korea, in 1997. More than one million people have attended performances there, making it the longest-running show in the history of Korean performing arts.

The show received the Sports Chosun's "Special Award" at the 4th Korea Musical Awards in 1998. It was conceived by Seung Whan Song, an adored soap-opera star, radio-host and winner of the 2000 Korean Award for Best Artist of the Year.

To find out more and get tickets visit, cookinnewyork.com

Friday, May 21, 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, May 20, 2004

More magazine knows beauty is about attitude, not age. So, the magazine hosts its 5th annual MORE 40+ model search, where the only requirement is that you be between the ages of 40 and 60.

More magazine's Beauty and Fashion Director Lois Joy Johnson and three former finalists in the More Model contest stopped by The Early Show on the plaza to discuss the current model search.

To find out more about More 40+ model search, visit More.com

Wednesday, May 19, 2004

Who says we don't have a bright future? Weatherman Dave Price congratulated Yiyi Deng, 17, of Ward Melville High School, East Setauket, N.Y., for winning her first $5,000 Award from the Intel Foundation Achievement Awards for outstanding work in any field and his second $3,000 Award for Physics. To find out more about The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, visit sciserv.org

Monday, May 17, 2004

May is Cystic Fibrosis awareness month. So on Monday, the New York Jets' former quarterback Boomer Esiason visited The Early Show plaza to talk about this disease. He has committed his time to finding a cure, since learning his son Gunnar was diagnosed with it more than 10 years ago.

Esiason says, "I like to think of myself as the quarterback of this type of effort. But we've raised $100 million and we want to keep going."

For more information on cystic fibrosis and to help find a cure for the disease, which afflicts 30,000 Americans, please log on to The Boomer Esiason Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

Friday, May 14, 2004

Most allergy sufferers in the United States can expect to experience symptoms. The Early Show weatherman Dave Price gave his report Friday on a very crowded plaza with enthusiastic people from all over the country.

For allergies, Abilene, Texas; Bedford, N.Y., and Boston, Mass., are some of the hot spots. 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

Wednesday, May 12, 2004

Fifth-grade teacher David J. Thon along with 100 students from his school, William Appleby Elementary School in Marathon, N.Y., visited The Early Show to share his experience with his WeatherBug Storm Chase as an "Embedded Educated Weblogger."

To find out more about his adventure, visit: Weather Bug - Storm Chase 2004.

Tuesday, May 11, 2004

What's better than a relaxing game of golf?

The Early Show's Dave Price is scheduled Tuesday to get a free lesson for PGA Free Lesson Month! The 2003 PGA Teacher of the Year, Laird Small, will teach Price the swing of golf.
To get a pollen forecast in your area go to

For more information, go to PlayGolfAmerica.com

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