Here are related links for October. Check back regularly for updated links and additional show-related information.
Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2003
The Big Apple Circus is back in New York City for its 26th year.
For more information on The Big Apple Circus, go to Bigapplecircus.org
Saturday, Oct. 18, 2003
The Saturday Early Show caught up with Brett Somers of "The Match Game," which aired on CBS.
Somers is now performing in a one-woman show entitled "An Evening With Brett Somers."
The show is playing at Danny's Skylight Cabaret Room in New York City. The remaining shows are October 27th, November 2nd and 10th.
Thursday, Oct. 9, 2003
No one debates the Liberty Bell's status as an American icon. But many are debating the circumstances surrounding the moving of the Liberty Bell Thursday morning in Philadelphia.
The Liberty Bell was scheduled to leave the pavilion it has called home since 1976 to begin a 963-foot journey aboard a specially designed pneumatic cart to a new home, the Liberty Bell Center.
Click here for more about the Liberty Bell.
Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2003
Weatherman Dave Price received some tips from the USDA Forest Service
to find the best hot spots for fall foliage.
Click here to regional fall foliage sites.
Thursday, Oct. 2, 2003
Michael Brim, from the Cat Fanciers' Association, and some feline friends joined weatherman Dave Price to help promote AdoptaCat Day at Madison Square Garden in New York.
On this day, the public is invited (with free admission) to meet the adoption-ready pets seeking a better life. More than 40 local animal shelters, humane associations and rescue groups will provide the needy cats. Public hours are from noon until 9 p.m.
AdoptaCat Day is presented by the nonprofit group, Cat Fanciers' Association (CFA), and is co-sponsored by The Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals.
Members of the public who start the adoption process at Madison Square Garden will be given a care package of feline goodies and one free ticket to "Cats! Show New York" at Madison Square Garden on Oct. 11 and 12.
Admission for "Cats! Show New York" is $15 for adults and $10 for kids and seniors.
If you don't live near New York, you can find one a furry little guy at an animal shelter in your area.
For more information, visit:
- "Cats! Show New York"
- Cat Fanciers' Association
- Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals!
- PetShelter Network