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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Elton John AIDS Foundation’s Annual Fall Gala to Honor Sir Elton John as It Commemorates 25th Year

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Elton John AIDS Foundation‘s Annual Fall Gala to Honor Sir Elton John as It Commemorates 25th Year
9/12/2017 by Tatiana Tenreyro

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The Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF) returns for its annual New York Fall Gala on November 7 at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine with host Neil Patrick Harris.

The gala — which celebrates the foundation’s 25th anniversary this year — will pay tribute to founder Elton John and his contributions to his foundation and beyond. “Elton’s philanthropic endeavors and activism for human rights and the arts have inspired millions and made a positive difference in people’s lives around the world,” said EJAF Chairman David Furnish in a press release about the event. “But without a doubt, Elton’s greatest contribution as a humanitarian is his 25-year commitment to building one of the most important institutions in the effort to end AIDS – the Elton John AIDS Foundation.” Read More

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Thursday, December 31, 2015

BetteBack August 8, 1993: Many screen greats had inauspicious debuts

Doylestown Intelligencer
Many screen greats had inauspicious debuts
By Marc Weinberg
Los Angeles Time:,
August 8, 1993

Bette Midler, Margaret South, and Bonnie Bruckheimer

Bette Midler, Margaret South, and Bonnie Bruckheimer

Long before Bette Midler sang her way through “Beaches” or Sigourney Weaver blasted monsters in “Aliens,” they and their peers were paying their dues in tiny screen roles True, there is the occasional star who began his or her film career on top, such as Warren Beatty and Kathleen Turner, but most actors have had to claw their way up.

There’s nothing wrong with starting at the bottom In fact, most of us have done just that The difference here is that an actor’s beginnings are a matter of public record, something we can dig up and closely examine The actor’s first screen smile, kiss and sometimes appearance in the buff are often available for the price of a video rental Read More

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