Taylor Dayne to headline Reliant Lights Mayor’s Holiday Spectacular 2021 – ABC-TV Houston

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — Feeling in the holiday spirit? Even if you’re not just yet, this may help.

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and Reliant will kick-off the holiday season with the in-person return of the family holiday event, Reliant Lights Mayor’s Holiday Spectacular on Saturday, Dec. 4. The free event will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. in Hermann Square at City Hall.

Pop icon Taylor Dayne will headline the event, featuring hit songs from her career spanning three decades. Taylor’s groundbreaking debut single “Tell It to My Heart” turned her into an overnight star in 1987. She followed the smash hit with 17 Top 20 singles.

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Project Angel Food – Bringing hope and healthy meals to people debilitated by serious illness.

“One day, Marianne noticed that a whole group of people didn’t show up for lunch anymore, and she asked, ‘Where are these people?’” explains Richard Ayoub, Executive Director of Project Angel Food.

The group of people Williamson was referring to were those clients living with AIDS during the height of the U.S. AIDS crisis, and these people were, in fact, too sick to leave their homes. “Marianne asked, ‘How are they getting fed?’ and nobody knew. So, she started this little project called Project Angel Food where people would cook meals in the church and other people would take the meals to the people who were homebound,” Ayoub recalls.

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Taylor on Don’t Ask Tig Podcast

Who better to be Tig’s guest on her 50th episode than actress Taylor Dayne — one of her favorite singers — with the real story behind how their fun and serendipitous friendship got started. Taylor also reveals her reaction to being the subject of one of Tig’s popular standup stories. Together they share parenting advice, offer guidance on how to not get nervous if you’re invited to sing at a best friend’s wedding. And together they help a caller decide if she should contact the biological father she never knew, but has discovered on an ancestry website.

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Taylor Dayne Opens Up About Her Single Life – w/Wendy Williams

Foodgod Samples Over-the-Top Dishes on New Show – People.com

Jonathan Cheban, who legally changed his name to Foodgod, has been a longtime foodie and fan of extravagant cuisine. With his new discovery+ show, appropriately titled Foodgod, he will reach an audience beyond his 11 million social media followers as he travels to lively cities and dines with his famous friends.
Each episode will showcase over-the-top food such as massive cotton candy unicorns, “stained glass” sushi and fried chicken served in a cage — plus every meal is paired with a celebrity pal.

Foodgod traveled to Los Angeles, New York, Las Vegas and Miami for filming. In one episode, he delivers a giant cotton candy treat to Kim Kardashian West before meeting up with Kris Jenner. More guests include Fat Joe, Savannah Lee Smith, Taylor Dayne, Romero Britto and Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto.

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29 Major Recording Artists Come Together to Raise Money for the Children of St. Jude Impacted by Covid

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Grammy-winner Skip Martin is leading a dynamic and heartfelt crusade, with 29 major recording artists that have joined together, to aid the children of St. Jude and their families that have been directly affected by COVID-19. Skip Martin (from Kool & the Gang and the Dazz Band) has brought some of music’s great icons to this project. Combining the legends from R&B, country, rock and gospel, bringing an earth-moving sound, to this timely rendition of Curtis Mayfield’s “People Get Ready”. Together, these Artists brought compassion to the studio to record this iconic song from Mayfield. Martin is hoping to show support by releasing this song in order to raise money for St. Jude and to create change during civil unrest and COVID.

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53 Years of Concern: A Celebration in Music to Conquer Cancer – October 16

Please join the Concern Foundation for Cancer Research for 53 Years of Concern: A Celebration in Music to Conquer Cancer next Saturday, October 16 at 6:00pm PDT. This virtual event can be viewed for free with no registration required to everyone via the Concern website at www.concernfoundation.org .  Donations of support will be solicited and appreciated throughout the broadcast, but not mandatory.

Don’t miss out on this once in a lifetime 90 minutes of special music performances and messages by some of the world’s most iconic artists. This is one virtual event that you won’t want to miss!