Monday, June 01, 2009

WHERE ARE THEY NOW: NIA LONG (EX-KAT; GUIDING LIGHT)

Caribbean Heritage Organization (CHO) and the Institute of Caribbean Studies, DC (ICS-DC) are pleased to announce that actress Nia Long, director Frank E. Flowers and micro-sculptor Willard Wigan will be honored at its 2009 Salute to Hollywood & the Arts at UCLA’s Kerchoff Plaza on Saturday, June 21 during National Caribbean-American Heritage Month.

Entire article, here.

1 comment:

Kathleen said...

I hope this blog grows. I watched them all over the years. Losing Another World (my first soap) was so hard but I was stunned to lose GL! I'd watched for over 30 years and it was the oldest continuing drama period so I had hoped it would be kept if only for historical reasons. Now we are to lose ATWT and that makes me so sad. Wish there was something like SoapNet for the PG soaps, reruns or not they were worthwhile and beloved.