Passions 2nd Anniversay Fan Event

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Hi there Suds Buds!

How many of you "Passions" fans made it to LA to help the show celebrate it's second anniversary?  Well, if you couldn't make it this year, not to worry.  We've got the low down on the hoe down right here. So, without further ado...

Passions at Universal -- the 2nd Annual Passions Fan Brunch

By Jessica Radloff

Passionate fans, actors and studio execs filled the Globe Theatre at Hollywood's Universal Theme Park July 14th for "Passions" 2nd Annual Fan Club event.  Every cast member, except for Josh Ryan Evans (who was in NY prior to his appearance on "The View"), was in attendance to celebrate the show's birthday and honor the much talked about soap.  Turtle-Run was there to cover the latest gossip and meet the viewers responsible for embracing the over-the-top show!

Each attendee was presented with a silver and purple "Passions" tin lunchbox with a miniature photo album inside.  The event favors complemented the many fans decked out in "Passions-"inspired clothing and accessories.  After an elaborate brunch, all 450 fans leapt to their feet as the cast was announced.  Galen Gering (Luis), McKenzie Westmore (Sheridan) and Travis Schuldt (Ethan) garnered the loudest applause and Ben Masters (Julian Crane) had the crowd in stitches after introducing himself as Julian Lopez-Fitzgerald.  Following his co-star's example, James Hyde (Sam) referred to himself as Ben Masters!

Fans flew (and drove) from all over the country to have the opportunity to meet their favorite stars and ask them some very important (and outrageous!) questions.  Here's a sampling of the casts' answers to various topics:

Juliet Mills (Tabitha) on her parents:
I went to visit them for six days recently and they're just great. . .a lot better.  My mother is ninety and my father is ninety-three.  So I just got back from there (London) where they renewed their vows after sixty years.  (Editor's Note: Juliet's dad is Sir John Mills, a distinguished British actor.)

Ben Masters (Julian) favorite funny moment:
Watching Galen Gering (Luis) trying to remember his lines!

Jade Harlow's (Jessica) journey into acting:
I've always wanted to do it, so I did community theatre and actually went to a performing arts school and I really didn't like it.  So I opted for home schooling and started auditioning, so that's pretty much how it happened and then I ended up booking Passions.  I also did "Third Rock From the Sun."  I don't know if anybody has ever seen it (jokingly)!  So that's about it.  It's pretty easy actually!

Galen Gering (Luis) on Sheridan's fate:
I'll do everything I can do to make sure that doesn't happen!

Bruce Michael Hall's (Reese) thoughts on playing the class nerd:
Actually, I get a lot of help!  But, I love it!

Jesse Metcalfe's (Miguel) response to a 17-year-old girl's marriage proposal:
How old are you?!

Lindsay Korman's (Theresa) personality vs. Theresa Lopez-Fitzgerald's personality:
Actually, there are some similarities with Theresa.  The obsession with Travis Schuldt is just . . lol . . . just a lot of determination and the fact that she works really hard. As far as the doing-anything-for-love thing-- no!

Galen Gering's thoughts as to whether or not Alistair Crane will be revealed:
I don't know.  Actually, we have the producers in the house at Table 16. You could go on down and maybe ask them? No? lol.

In addition to the in-depth questions, several stars were asked to sing. McKenzie bashfully put her head in her hands before belting out a few opera notes; Lindsay proudly urged her fans to find the "Hero" in themselves (Mariah Carey's hit song) and Jesse Metcalfe was coerced into singing "Strawberry Fields."  All to the delight and appreciation of the fans.

After the Q & A session, executives and producers converged on the stage and joined the cast singing "Happy Birthday."  Although just over two years old, "Passions" has made recent strides that could be considered rare in the daytime industry. Nabbing a full page spread in "USA Today" and two covers of "TV Guide," "Passions" is generating steam and providing lots of sizzle for the summer. 

The recipients of those storylines are the dedicated fans. Urged by his 11-year-old daughter and 13 year-old son to spend their summer vacation in Los Angeles for the sole reason of attending the "Passions" fan event,  Larry Fairchild of Albany, NY was roped into participating, but ended up having a great time!  Having never tuned in to a soap in his life, Fairchild was extremely intrigued by the show's popularity.  "I was a little surprised at the enthusiasm here.  They have many loyal fans.  I've never seen the show and I'm afraid I'm (now) going to have to tune in one afternoon.  I don't think this is your prototypical soap opera, though.  Over-the-top is a good description!" Fairchild said after viewing the fantastic reel of show clips.  

Friends, and diehard "Passions" fans, Carol and Susan from Studio City, Calif. and Michigan respectively, echoed Fairchild's comments and provided their own insight into the status of today's shows. "Having the websites adds to the shows so much because it gets all the speculation going as everybody tries out their theories.  It just makes more fun for us," they said.  "The thing about "Passions" is that you never know what is going to happen next!"  Carol and Susan were likewise happy to tell us that they visit Turtle-Run often.  Hi guys! 

The highlight of the morning was an elaborate clip reel featuring special moments from the past year such as Eve's nightmare on the Larry Winger Show, and the hell closet, as well as exciting previews of what's to come. But the most entertaining moment of all came in the form of a blooper reel!  Witnessing the camaraderie and good-natured personas of the cast allowed for the fans to see the stars as real people who happen to have very real moments! What a hoot!  Forgotten lines, actors tripping over their own feet and bizarre set distractions had the crowd in stitches!   The clip reel was compiled by "Passions" Associate Producer, Denise Marks, who did a magnificent job of capturing the camaraderie and antics behind-the-scenes.

Unfortunately, all the fun and activities planned did not allow for ample autograph signing time.  Add that to disorganized lines to meet the actors and craziness ensued.  Although rushed, many fans were on cloud 9 after their experience and seemed genuinely fulfilled, although many were turned away due to the time constraints of the Globe Theater's other bookings.  Fans were promised that if they sent in a written request for an autograph, they would be assured a signature.  Thank goodness for NBC's SoapFanFest scheduled for November in Orlando, Fla.  For many "Passions" fans it won't be soon enough! 

Seen in the Theme Park

After the fan event ended, those who had purchased tickets to the breakfast then got to spend the rest of the day at Universal Studios, Hollywood as part of the fan event ticket price.  But it was not only the fans who took advantage of spending the day in the theme park. Eva Tamargo Lemus (Pilar), with her young children in tow, was seen navigating the park after the event.  Also spotted on Universal City Walk, talking on her cell phone, was former "Passions" star, Lena Cardwell (ex Simone). 

NBC Announces the 2nd Annual FanFest

Mark your calendars for November 3-4, 2001.  It's the 2nd Annual NBC Soap FanFest, promised to be two days of Romance, Intrigue, and Personally Signed Autographs where you can meet your favorite stars and Ride the Movies!  Last year, FanFest was held at Universal's Islands of Adventure. But this year -- you get all of Universal Studios Orlando as part of your FanFest Admission.  Plus, NBC has arranged for special FanFest Vacation Packages, starting at just $169.00 that include hotel accommodations, 2-day admission to both Universal Studios and Universal's Islands of Adventure, admission to one Q&A session with the actors, a CityWalk Party Pass with all-Club access, 1 lunch or dinner at your choice of a number of Universal Studios in-park restaurants, and a Universal Orlando in-park savings coupons valued at $250.  To book your FanFest vacation package, call toll-free 1-877-912-3838.

Meet DOOL's Mathew Ashford

In February of 2001, Days of our Lives fans rejoiced when Matthew Ashford reprised the role of Jack Devereaux on NBC's number one daytime

drama.  Matt first portrayed the wildly popular, and somewhat off-centered, hero for six years, beginning in 1987.  The role of Jack earned Ashford five Soap Opera Awards in categories ranging from "Outstanding Comic Performer" to "Best Love Story" (along with Melissa Reeves' portrayal of Jennifer) to "Outstanding Villain."

Ashford was born in Davenport, Iowa the fifth of eight children to parents Cecil, a civil engineer, and mother Patricia, an executive secretary.  The Ashfords moved to Northern Virginia when Matt was in junior high school.  While attending Hayfield High School, Matt excelled in theatre and decided to continue his education in the performing arts.

Matt needed to work many odd jobs in order to attend the North Carolina School of the Arts in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  Some of his most memorable careers include stints as a construction worker, a sanitation collector, a singing waiter, and as a street performer and clown at the< Grandstand Amusement Park in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.  After

college graduation, Matt moved to New York City where he was quickly put on a holding contract with ABC, which led to the role of "Drew Ralston" on One Life to Live.  In typical soap opera fashion, Drew was killed on the way to his wedding. Drew's untimely demise led Matt to the role of "Cagney McCleary" on Search for Tomorrow.

Matt met his wife, Christina Saffran, when the two appeared together in a ballet that was part of a World Peace Culture Festival. "I played a foot soldier in George Washington's army in a dance piece called "Valley Forge Ballet," recalls Ashford.  "I'm not a dancer, but they needed actors who moved well. Christina was a dancer in the ballet and the co-choreographer.  We were married within two years."

When Matt and Christina traveled to Los Angeles in 1987 to participate in another World Peace Culture Festival, he auditioned for the role of Jack Devereaux on Days of our Lives, a role he played for six years to wide acclaim.

After Matt left Days in 1993, he appeared briefly as Dr. Tom Hardy on General Hospital.  He was also featured in the films Species, Bonfire of the Vanities, and Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss, starring Sean Hayes. Ashford recently guest starred on the hit comedy Dharma and Greg.

Matt is an active member of the Interact Theatre Company in Los Angeles.  Some of Matt's favorite stage roles include the Wolf and the Prince in Sondheim's "Into the Woods," Count Carl Magnus in Sondheim's "A Little Night Music," and Bernard Nightingale in the Tom Stoppard play "Arcadia."  But Jack Devereaux remains Ashford's favorite role.  "Jack allows me to do everything that I would never get away with in real life.  Jack never gives up when he wants something.  It's very liberating for an actor to have no boundaries," he professes.

Matt and Christina are the parents of Grace, nine years of age, and Emma, age four.  Matt is a spokesperson for Retinoblastoma International, an organization the Ashfords were instrumental in forming after Emma was diagnosed with the rare form of infant eye cancer, of which Emma is now in remission.

In his spare time, Matt enjoys hiking, camping, having outdoor adventures, and above all, being with his family.

Matt has brown hair and blue/gray eyes and stands 6' 1". He celebrates his birthday on January 29th.

Now, Meet DOOL's Robert Benvenisti

Robert Benvenisti portrays Salem High School student Kevin Lambert, a lothario masked as a nerd, on NBC's number one daytime drama, Days of our Lives.

Robert was born in Long Island, New York, and grew up in the Long Island suburb of Commack.  Robert's parents, Shalom and Yardena, were both born in Israel and Robert is the youngest of three children; his two older sisters are named Ronit and Gabriella.

While attending Commack High School, Robert excelled in ice hockey and played left wing on his school team.  "I was somewhat popular in high school," Robert modestly explains.  "My buddies from back home can't believe it's me up there on the screen playing Kevin, wearing thick-rimmed glasses and being made fun of."

It was while attending the State University of New York in Albany that Robert discovered acting was his passion after taking a few elective theatre courses.  "I didn't think acting was a practical career choice, so I continued going the business route," Robert explains.  After graduating college with a business degree, Robert landed a job with AT&T as a systems analyst in Morristown, New Jersey.  But Robert couldn't repress his desire to be an actor and was fortunate that AT&T transferred him to Los Angeles.

Upon arriving in Hollywood, Robert juggled his demanding job at AT&T with intense acting classes and roles in independent films, among them "Rendezvous" and "A Visit from Incubus."  Robert's dream to become a working actor came true when he landed the role of Kevin on Days of our Lives.  He quickly said good-bye to AT&T and hello to kissing some of the more popular members of the female student body at Salem High.

In his spare time, Robert enjoys playing roller hockey (which is hockey on roller skates), going to the gym and chilling out in Hermosa Beach where the young actor lives.

Robert stands 5 ' 10" and has brown hair and brown eyes. He celebrates his birthday on December 23rd.

ABC Daytime and Port Charles Launch Lucy Coe's Vampire Chronicles

Get inside the whimsical, intuitive mind of Port Charles' Lucy Coe, portrayed by actress Lynn Herring.  Each day at, a new revealing diary entry, exclusive to the 13-week story arc, "Tainted Love," will be available.  You'll get clues to Lucy's elaborate investigation of the evil goings-on in the small coastal town of Port Charles.  Satiate your own curiosity and get a little closer to solving the mystery by checking with Lucy's Diary every day. 

As you know, the recent invasion of vampires has jolted the town into action.  Lucy has been propelled to research the rules associated with vampirism, as well as to initiate a search into her family history.  Ever wonder why Caleb lives in a monastery, or walks around in daylight? What has happened to Jack Ramsey (Brian Presley) and Gabriela Garza (Ion Oberman)? What can Gabriela bite her brother Emilio Garza (Sal Lopez), but not her friendly neighbor, Jamal Woods (Kiko Elsworth)?  How is it that Lucy was able to connect with Madam Alicia (RuPaul)?

Lucy's Diary, which will contain archived daily entries, will serve as a way for you to keep track of the rules concerning Port Charles vampires, who are, as you already know, a breed apart.  It will also guide you through a timeless tale of true love. Although her heart has always belonged to Jack, the strong, yet vulnerable, Livvie Locke (Kelly Monaco), became trapped between illusion and reality when Caleb (Michael Easton) entered her life, offering eternal life, love, and peace.

"Tainted Love," which kicked off on Monday, June 4, 2001, galvanized the citizens of Port Charles into action when an unstoppable force enraptured them with sweet promises of the future.  Jack, Livvie, Alison, and Jamal suffered great consequences that propelled them to value -- as well as to question -- what is true and real in their lives.  Eve (Julie Pinson) and Ian (Thorsten Kaye) finally found each other, only to have an accidental discovery unleash a man who will stop at nothing to get what he wants, even if it means destroying their family.

Sex & the City Gets Auctioned for Charity!

Want to get closer to the world of Carrie and friends? Now you can!  A weekly online auction of fashion items from the popular series is being conducted by  Auction proceeds will go to major charities selected by the four women of the Golden Globe-winning show: City Parks Foundation; Drama Department; Music Maker Relief Foundation and Planned Parenthood.

You can bid on hip clothes and accessories seen in this year's show from now until the debut of the final episode of the 2001 on Sunday, August 12.

Novelty purses, totes, unique earrings and chic T-shirts are just a small sample of the items that will pop up each Monday afternoon for bidding through August 13.  All articles, which have been sported by the characters on the show and authenticated by HBO, will go to the highest bidder after being posted for seven days.

Two showpieces, a designer dress from Dolce and Gabbana and a diamond horseshoe necklace crafted by Mia & Lizzie, and worn by actress Sarah Jessica Parker on the series, topline the charity auction offerings.

TTA Eventworks, a division of Take to Auction, has facilitated the online charity auction for HBO.   eBay's charity page has been designated as the auction area, where a "Sex and the City" logo distinguishes the location of the items.

"Sex and the City" stars Sarah Jessica Parker as Carrie Bradshaw, a New York-based writer who explores and experiences the unique world of Manhattan's dating scene.  The series also stars Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon.

Speaking of "Sex in the City..."

Airing this week is episode #57 titled, "Sex and the Country" where everyone wonders, in a relationship, when does the art of compromise become compromising?  Carrie, the bona fide city gal, attempts to show Aidan her rustic side when she agrees to go to the country inn with him.  Speaking of being the country bumpkin, Samantha shows a farmer what he's been missing. SIZZLE ALERT!  In the meantime, Charlote learns more about the relationship between Trey and his mother, while Miranda comforts Steve the only way she knows how.

Premiering Sunday, July 29. 2001 is episode #58 titled, "Belles of the Balls," where our fearless heroines find themselves wondering --  Are men really less emotional than woman?  We begin with Carrie who realizes that she can not conceal her friendship with Mr. Big from Aidan anymore.  So, she tries to bring them bot to a better understanding of each other. Will she succeed or alienate one or both of them?  In the meantime, Samantha, hot on the pursuit of an account, comes up against a real ball buster.  Later, Charlotte and Trey keep up the hard work of making a baby, while Miranda and Steve get closer than they've been in a long time. 

On SoapCenter as of Friday, July 20, 2001

Spotlight: GH's Monica Quartermaine: For 25 years viewers have lived, loved and laughed with complex cardiologist Monica Quartermaine on ABC's General Hospital.  In a series of exclusive interviews, SoapCenter offers viewers an in-depth look at the woman that holds the Quartermaine family together.

Behind the Scenes: Double Wedding on NBC's Passions:  You're invited behind the scenes for the double wedding of Theresa and Ethan and Sheridan and Luis on "Passions."  There will be interviews with the brides and grooms, as well as their onscreen families, including special guest Cristina Saralegui. Plus, the heads of the Hair and Makeup departments reveal how to look like a Passions bride.

At Home: Mimi Torchin and B&B's John McCook: Special Contributor Mimi Torchin invites John McCook, a recent Emmy nominee for his role of Eric on "Bold and the Beautiful," into her home for a fun-filled conversation.

Behind the Scenes: The Ghosts of Pine Valley on AMC:  Five deceased "All My Children" characters (and Harold, the Dillon family dog) are making brief returns to the soap.  We won't ruin the storyline, but we can offer interviews with the actors, as well as insight from the show's costume designer, set designer and hairstylist into creating that "otherworldly" look.

Spotlight: PC's Julie Pinson:  The popular "Port Charles" actress speaks about her life away from the set, as well as her onscreen adventures as Eve, the recently married character who is expecting a child and is mixed up with a priest and his twin brother, who is a vampire.


All My Children: Louise Sorel returns to daytime in the recurring role of Judge Campobello. Her first airdate is Wednesday, July 25, 2001. 

Days of our Lives:  Rolanda Watts returns as Cameron Reese on Monday, July 23, 2001. PaSean Wilson returns as DA Shayna Larson on Monday, July 23, 2001.  Kathy Connell reprises the role of Maureen Lockhart on Monday, July 23, 2001 and Wednesday, July 25, 2001.  June Claman is Judge Christopher on Monday, July 23, 2001.  Gina Lapiana is Daphne, on Thursday, July 26, 2001.  Also watch for the recurring roles of Alison McMillan as Penelope, Ida Onyango as Georgia, Laura Roth as Andie, Jessica Lugo as Mia, Cory Gums as Ty, Veronica Lauren as  Cynthia, Erik Vasquez as Ben, Eric Kan as Leo, and Austin Miller as Hawk. Serena Gabriele has been cast as Elizabeth. The recurring role begins airing Tuesday, July 31, 2001.  They will continue throughout the summer.

General Hospital: Ingo Rademacher begins airing the week of July 30-August 3, 2001.

Passions: John Beck joins the cast in the recurring role of Bruce, a good friend of Julian Crane.  In addition to numerous guest appearances and leads in movies of the week, Beck's credits include the television series "Flamingo Road," "Dallas," "Tradewinds" and "13 Bourbon Street" as well as the films "Sleeper," "Audrey Rose," "The Other Side of Midnight," "Rollerball" and "Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid."  Beck's first airdate is August 3, 2001.

Port Charles: Secrecy surrounds the return of Kimberlin Brown who reprises her role as Dr. Rachel Locke on a recurring basis beginning Tuesday, July 24, 2001. Marcelo Tubert has been cast as Father Armando.  His previous on-camera work includes "Code Blue," "Under Suspicion," and Leprechaun 3."  He also works regularly as a voice over artist.  His first airdate is Thursday, August 23, 2001.

Seeing Stars

AMC:  On Saturday, July 28, 2001 see Josh Duhamel (Leo) at the Charlestowne Mall in St. Charles, Il from 2-3 PM.  For More Info Call: (630) 513-1120.  Anthony Addabbo (Dimitri) appears with Kathleen Chalfant, BillyCrudup and Alice Ripley and other stars from Guiding Light (see below) in Supertalk, a short film by Guiding Light stage manager Adam Reist and Andy Lawler.  The film will premiere on Saturday, August 11 at the First Guerrilla Film & Video Festival at the Tribeca Film Center.  For information on the festival, call 718-833-1768; for further information on Supertalk, visit the website at  Also on August 11, 2001 see Josh Duhamel (Leo) and Cameron Mathison (Ryan) at the Women's Expo, Dallas Market Mall, Dallas, TX beginning at 2 PM.   Tickets:Adults $7.00; Seniors $6.00; Children 12 and Under are Free; $2.00 off Admission coupons available in July/August at Minyard Food Stores. Call for info: (214) 553-9447 or toll free at (877) 553-9447.  On August 18, 2001 seeWalt Willey (Jackson) at The Colonnade I Jonesboro, AR beginning at 7 pm.  The event is called "The War Party," a fundraiser hosted by the Indian Club, who supports and raises funds for Arkansas State University athletics and athletic scholarships. Willey will be doing the comedy act as well as a meeting and greeting at the pre-party. Ticket Price: $75. Call for info  870-972-2401

As the World Turns:  Chad Tucker joins Phylicia Rashad in the Roundabout Theatre production of the musical, BLUE.  Performances are at New York City's Gramercy Theatre, 127 East 23rd Street.  For ticket information, call the theater at (212) 777-4900 or Ticketmaster at (212) 307-4100.

Days of Our Lives:   On Wednesday, July 25, 2001 see Steve Blackwood (Bart) at Jax on Brand Blvd in Glendale, CA from 9 PM-1 AM.  Speaking of Steve Blackwood, watch for his film, "Ed Gein," to arrive in your video stores on July 24, 2001.  On Saturday, August 11, 2001 see Matt Cedeno (Brandon) at the Eaton Place Mall in Winnipeg Manitoba, Canada from 2-3 PM. That same night at 8 PM, Matt will appear at the Cruz Auto Show in downtown Winnipeg.   Also on Saturday, August 11, 2001 see Alison Sweeney (Sami) at the Westfield Shoppingtown North Country Mall in Escondido, CA from 1-4 PM as part of SOD's Mall Tour.  Fans can get autographs, photos and compete for the opportunity to read an actual soap scene opposite Alison.  On Saturday, August 18, 2001, see Austin Peck (Austin) at the Mall of America in Minneapolis, MN from 1-4 PM as another stop on SOD's Mall Tour.  This time, along with autographs and photos, you get the chance to compete to play opposite Austin in a real soap scene. 

General Hospital: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, July 27, 28, & 29, 2001, it's GH/PC Fan Weekend!!  On Saturday, July 28, 2001 it's the Kurth & Taylor Concert at Sportsmen's Lodge Hotel, Studio City, CA Tickets are $50 - no refunds - limited seating. Concert begins at 8 PM. To order tickets, and for further information call Elana Boneventura at 661-395-1193 or visit 

Guiding Light:  Justin Deas, Beth Ehlers, Kurt McKinney, and Anthony Addabbo appear with Kathleen Chalfant, BillyCrudup and Alice Ripley in Supertalk, a short film by Guiding Light stage manager Adam Reist and Andy Lawler.  The film will premiere on Saturday, August 11 at the First Guerrilla Film & Video Festival at the Tribeca Film Center.  For information on the festival, call 718-833-1768; for further information on Supertalk, visit the website at

PassionsTravis Schuldt (Ethan) will be co-hosting and signing autographs at the 5th Annual Fashion!Dallas / Kim Dawson Agency Model Search in Dallas, TX on Saturday, August 4 at the Dallas Galleria beginning at 11:00 a.m.  At 12:00 noon Travis will play Passions Trivia with the audience and a lucky winner will be able to have ice-cream with Travis! For more information call The Kim Dawson Agency at (214) 638-2414. Rodney Van Johnson (TC) and Ryan McPartlin (Hank) will participate in the 2001 WAGL Co-ed Celebrity Golf Tournament benefiting The Wellness Community of West Los Angeles on Friday, August 10 at Robinson's Ranch Valley Course in Santa Clarita, CA. For more info (818) 382-6200 or (323) 782-8487. Jesse Metcalfe (Miguel) appears at the Westfield Shoppingtown North County in San Diego, CA on Sunday, August 12 from 1-4 p.m. as part of Soap Opera Digest's 'Mall Tour 2001.'  Jesse will conduct a Q&A session, perform a scene with a member of the audience and sign autographs and pose for pictures. Galen Gering (Luis) appears at the Aventura Mall in Miami, FL on Saturday, September 1 from 1-4 p.m. as part of Soap Opera Digest's 'Mall Tour 2001.'  Galen will conduct a Q&A session, perform a scene with a member of the audience and sign autographs and pose for pictures.  Look for more information in upcoming issues of Soap Opera Digest.

Port Charles: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, July 27, 28, & 29, 2001, it's GH/PC Fan Weekend!!  See General Hospital Seeing Stars above for details on this year's events!

Bubbles Busted?  Snail Mail TPTB! 

All My Children: Audience Information, ABC TV, 77 W. 66th St, NY, NY 10023
As the World Turns: CBS TV, 51 W. 52nd St, NY, NY 10019
Bold & the Beautiful: CBS TV, 7800 Beverly Blvd, LA, CA 90036
Days of Our Lives: NBC TV, 3000 W. Alameda Ave, Burbank, CA 91523
General Hospital: ABC TV, 4151 Prospect Ave, Hollywood, CA  90027
Guiding Light: CBS TV, 51 W 52nd St, NY, NY 10019
One Life to Live: ABC TV, Audience Information, 77 W. 66th St, NY, NY 10023
Passions: CBS Radford Studios, 4024 Radford Ave, Studio City, CA 91604
Port Charles: ABC TV, 4151 Prospect Ave, Hollywood, CA  90027
Young & the Restless: CBS TV, 7800 Beverly Blvd, LA, CA 90036