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Summer In The City 2007


The Early Show has lined up a world-class roster of musicians for our summer concert series. Will we be coming to your town? Take a look at the schedule:

Katherine McPhee: Friday, July 6 in Orlando, Fla. at Universal City Walk.!

Ricky Skaggs and Bruce Hornsby: Friday, July 13 in Raleigh.

Hootie & the Blowfish: Friday, July 20 in Charleston, S.C.

Patti Smith: Friday, July 27 in Cleveland, Ohio at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum.

Kelly Rowland : Friday, Aug. 3 in Dallas, Texas at the AT&T Plaza on Victory Boulevard, near the American Airlines Arena.

Big & Rich: Friday, Aug. 10 in Kansas City, Mo. We'll be at the National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial. Come and say hello to Dave and Harry -- contact brguest@cbsnews.com or call 212-975-0032.

When Dave Price travels around the country, as he's doing during his "Great American Vacation" excursion this summer, his favorite activities include finding and trying local cuisines and shopping for the best edible souvenirs. Almost every place has at least one delectable treat that's tops with locals and tourists alike. And there's always one place, be it a truck stop, bakery or four-star restaurant, that everyone recommends.

Because his time in every town is limited, Dave is getting top-notch dining advice during his travels from the editors of Food & Wine magazine. Every Friday, they pass along tips about the best local eateries and most memorable delicacies in each concert city. Food & Wine, America's most discriminating -- and most popular -- guide to the best and the tastiest, makes sure Dave's appetite is well-sated. For more on what to do in the cities on the "Summer in the City" tour, go to this page in Food & Wine. To recommend a chef in your city, and vote on Food & Wine's top picks, click here.

To keep up on what Dave and the others experience in their Summer in their City stops each week, click here. Watch great videos!


For more on some of the places and people mentioned in the "Summer in the City" Orlando stop, check out these Web sites:

FROM HARRY SMITH'S PIECE ON ORLANDO'S HISTORY:

http://www.orlandoinfo.com/ (Orlando Convention and Visitor's Bureau)

http://www.thehistorycenter.org/ (Orange County History Center)

http://www.orlandoremembered.com/ (Orlando Remembered)

FROM JEFF GLOR'S PIECE ON ANIMATORS:

http://www.mightymojostudios.com/ (Mighty Mojo Studios)

http://www.ea.com (Electronic Arts)

http://www.fullsail.com (Full Sail School)