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Friday, March 31, 2006

Married couples who work together aren't all that unusual. But few are having the blast that Tina and Brian Miser enjoy each day. The office of the "human cannonballs": all three rings of America's most popular circus.

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Russ Mitchell chats with them, and they demonstrate their explosive act (video), on The Early Show Friday.

For details on the Misers and the famous circus they perform for, visit the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Web site, by www.medicare.gov
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Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Spring is here, which means it's time to stop dreaming about your garden and start getting your hands dirty. On The Early Show Wednesday, you saw everything you need to know about getting your container garden off to a great beginning. Paul Epsom, the gardening correspondent for the popular PBS program, "The Victory Garden," dispensed the advice (video). He offered tips on choosing a container, picking plants, and finally, on potting them. To learn more about The Victory Garden, click here.

Monday, March 27, 2006

It used to be, you'd go to a spa for a massage or a facial. But now, spas have gone high-tech, offering the latest in laser treatments. It's big business, but it can mean big problems for consumers, reports The Early Show consumer correspondent Susan Koeppen. Experts tell her that's because some of the people doing the procedures have very little training. On The Early Show Monday, Susan reports on what she found when she went uncercover to several spas, supposedly seeking such treatments. To see a list of dos and don'ts if you're considering cosmetic procedures in a spa or salon, click here. The list was prepard by the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery.

Thursday, March 23, 2006

Over the years, Fabio has become one of the most recognizable men in the world. His rugged face and flowing hair have adorned more than 100 million romance novels. And his resume includes everything from model and novelist to actor and entrepreneur. Now, he's back as pitchman for "I Can't Believe It's Not Butter" after a six-year absence, helping to launch the search for a new spokesperson for its new line of products. He discussed his return (video) with co-anchor Hannah Storm Thursday, on The Early Show. For more on the new campaign, click here.

Monday, March 20,2006

What's a ten letter word for enigmatologist? Millions of puzzle enthusiasts might readily answer, Will Shortz. He's the editor of "The New York Times" crossword puzzles, and has developed a cult following. He's even the subject of a documentary called "Word Play" opening in June, about puzzles and the people who love them. Shortz has teamed with the Discovery Times Channel and Starbucks to create crosswords for the "Ultimate Coffeehouse Challenge," currently playing out in Starbucks stores nationwide. Shortz has also come up with a special Early Show edition of the crossword challenge that you can play along with online, by clicking here. He stops by the plaza Monday to discuss it all.

Friday, March 17, 2006

Celebrating all things Irish in honor of St. Patrick's Day, The Early Show was visited Friday morning by the "Lord of the Dance," currently touring the country. Created by world-renowned Irish dancer Michael Flatley, the "Lord of the Dance" has intrigued audiences around the globe since 1996.

Go to the Lord of the Dance Web site to learn more about the performers and their tour dates.

Monday, March 13, 2006

As a parent, when you have a little boy, your first priority may not be teaching him how to be a good husband or partner.

But the characteristics that make a good man can often be developed early and can last throughout their lives. Jeanne Elium has co-written several books about families and about raising children and appeared on The Early Show Monday morning. To see that interview, click here.

For more information on the author and her books, click here.

Friday, March 10, 2006

If you have information on the possible whereabouts of Anisa Jackson, who was 15-months-old when she was abducted almost four months ago, please call the Upper Moreland Township, Pa. police at (215) 657-4700, or your local FBI office.

Authorities say they think Anisa's father, Philip Jerome Jackson, took her, and he may be staying with relatives in Virginia, Maryland, Alabama or Georgia.

Anisa's mother, Asia Jackson, says the last time she saw her daughter was when she showed up to get Anisa from Philip for a custody visitation, but Philip refused to turn Anisa over. Later that weekend, Philip disappeared, apparently taking Anisa with him. The FBI has charged him with kidnapping and unlawful flight to avoid prosecution.

Asia has now been granted full custody of Anisa.

Melinda Murphy did a complete report on the case Friday on The Early Show.

Thursday, March 2, 2006

Sibling relationships can be complicated — or not. Dave Price wanted to hear straight from the source, what does it really mean to be an older sibling? He went looking for answers in Fort Lauderdale's Wannado City.

To watch his report, click here.

Wednesday, March 1, 2006

Most parents know they need to talk to their kids about drugs and alcohol. But there's another danger that can prove just as deadly. It's been dubbed "the choking game" and, reports (video)Randall Pinkson, some schools are taking action.

Pinkston spoke with the parents of possible choking game victim Evan O'Connor.

To contribute to a fund in Evan's memory, write to: The Evan O'Connor Memorial Fund, c/o The Scofield PPO, 641 Scofieldtown Roa, Stamford, Conn. 06903.

You can also visit mem.com, legacy.com and evantribute.com.



In a post-Mardi Gras report (video) on The Early Show, Kelly Cobiella said, "Whether Mardi Gras will benefit any of the devastated areas, such as the Ninth Ward (of New Orleans), is anyone's guess. The neighborhood draws tourists, but there's no place to spend money. (Landscape artist) Jean Paul Marcelo hopes his paintings of crumpled houses (in the area) will raise money to help those in need."

Marcelo works with a group called Common Ground Collective, which says its mission is to "provide short-term relief for victims of hurricane disasters in the Gulf Coast region, and long-term support in rebuilding the communities affected in the New Orleans area. Common Ground is a community-initiated volunteer organization offering assistance, mutual aid and support. The work gives hope to communities by working with them, providing for their immediate needs and emphasizes people working together to rebuild their lives in sustainable ways."

To visit the group's Web site, click here.

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