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Es españoles Mes!
En honor del libro español en la fama, estamos celebrando meses españolas.
For those that don't speak Spanish (neither do I just used Google Translate for the above so I hope it makes sense) we are celebrating Spanish Month this month at Kids From Fame Media. We got ourselves a copy of that excellent Spanish book that we posted in an Ebay post last year and so will be posting the whole book through out the month. So I hope you enjoy that as it's pretty rare with some unique photos that I've not seen anywhere else.
There will also be some season 1 and 2 episodes dubbed into Spanish, Fame songs sung in Spanish and some rare Spanish merchandise, including stickers, comic strips and trading cards.
If any Spanish fan out there wants to add a review or tell us how Fame was received in Spain then please contact me.
It's out first time honouring another country and we hope to do the same for other countries in the future.
The Episode of the Month is "Danny De Bergerac" from Season 4 and posts for that start on February 21st.
Carol Mayo Jenkins, will be awarded the Clarence Brown Theatre Society Achievement Award at this year’s Gala event, Sunday, Feb. 24, the night of the Oscars. Knoxville actor David Keith, who was honoured with the first such award, will present the award. The Gala will be at The Orangery. Tickets are $175 per person. For more information on the Gala, call 865-974-6011.
Janet Jackson will be honoured at this year's amfAR (The Foundation for AIDS Research) gala for her contributions to the fight against AIDS. The black-tie event will also honor Kenneth Cole and Heidi Klum. It's set for Wednesday, February 6, and Tickets for the event range from $1,500 to $75,000. For more information go to
On February 14th around the World One Billion people will be rising up against violence towards women. The official song "Break The Chain" has choreography by Debbie Allen.
For more information and to get involved go to:
One Billion Rising
"Of the many things I've choreographed in my life this might be the most important. This is part of of a huge, international worldwide initiative for women of all races, creeds, religions, and colors, to come together in unity with one voice in solidarity against the violence towards women."
- Debbie Allen