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Here are related links for January. Check back regularly for updated links and additional show-related information.
Saturday, Jan. 31, 2004
Rent-A-Husband Kaile Warren helped a homeowner decide whether wallpaper is right for her home by hanging it on one wall. He says the process is simple enough for homeowners to do it themselves.
For more information, go to Rent-a-Husband.com
Saturday, Jan. 24, 2004
Interest rates are lower then they've ever been. Financial advisor Brooke Stephens stopped by The Saturday Early Show with some advice on what a homeowner should be asking before refinance his or her mortgage.
For financial advice, go to BrookeStephens.com.
Saturday, Jan. 16, 2004
Many dog owners baby their pets, but filmmaker Gayle Kirschenbaum has taken her love for her dog Chelsea to a whole new level. She made a movie about their life together in New York City called, "A Dog's Life: A Dogamentary."
Kirschenbaum, an Emmy-winning television producer, visited The Saturday Early Show with her Shih Tzu to discuss her project.
For more information about "A Dog's Life," go to Dogamentary.com
Saturday, Jan. 10, 2004
Warveen Khalil, 9, and Chra Rashid, 6, are two Iraqi girls who suffered with a congenital heart disease. Living in Iraq, they were not able to obtain the medical attention necessary to save their lives. Fortunately, the girls were allowed to come to the United States to receive a live-saving operation. Last month, doctors from Children's Hospital in Columbus performed the operation and the girls are now recovering.
Donations can be sent to: Iraqi Children Fund c/o Lifeline Christian Mission, 184 Old County Line Rd., Westerville 43081.
Thursday, Jan. 8, 2004
The New York Chinese Cultural Center is a community-based arts organization that teaches and preserves the traditional Chinese performing arts for present and future generations of Chinese Americans. Amy Chin and six drummers visited The Early Show plaza to perform and talk about the Year of the Monkey.
For more information, visit Chinesedance.org.