Wolf Blitzer will address the winners of the National Peace Essay Contest at a banquet dinner on June 25 in Washington, DC.
Better Late Than Never:
John Roberts was the Master of Ceremonies on April 19 at a benefit for the Brain Tumor Foundation for Children in Atlanta.
Christiane Amanpour:Christiane Amanpour was a presenter for the Goldman Environmental Prize in San Francisco, Monday, April 20th. The awards, often referred to as the Nobel Prizes of the environmental world, went to activists in six continents who took on everything from toxic chemical dumps in the former Soviet Union to ship-breaking in Asia.
Ms. Amanpour was also an attendee of the Vanity Fair party for the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival at the State Supreme Courthouse on April 21, in New York City.
David Gergen:Gen. David Patraeus answered questions at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government. David Gergen was the moderator at the forum on April 21st, in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Alina Cho:Alino Cho attended the 6th Annual New Yorkers For Children Spring Dinner Dance at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel on April 15th in New York City. Her escort was John Dempsy, President of MAC Cosmetics.
Anderson Cooper attended the 2009 Preview Gala at Asprey on Thursday, April 17th. He took time to tour the room in the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club show house that was designed by his mother Gloria Vanderbilt.
Dallas News Editor Michael Landauer did a short review of Fareed Zakaria speech to the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth that was held on April 17th at The Fairmont Dallas. To read follow the link.
Things are going to be changing for the summer here at ATA. BA will continue on Sunday and with her ratings post on Tuesdays. Monday and Thursday Cyn will catch you up on CNNi, Where in the World and any other news that has caught her eye. Out of the Box will remain on Wednesday with Sapphire taking over for me and our master researcher, Julie, will be handling a new weekend post that will be online midday Saturday.
While I'll still be handling the email, questions, tips and comments for ATC I won't be doing a weekly blog post. But you can still find me weeknights at ATA.
Speaking of Julie, she's getting married on Saturday. The whole ATA/ATC team send congratulations and wish her all the happiness in the world!
As always much thanks to Julie and to BA for the research help. ~Phebe