Former One Life to Live and Guiding Light stars came together at the 9th Annual Daytime Stars and Strikes charity bowling event on Oct. 7 at Bowlmor Lanes in New York City. Hosted by Jerry verDorn (ex–Clint, OLTL; ex-Ross, GL) and Elizabeth Keifer (ex-Blake, GL), the event helped raise money to strike out cancer and support the American Cancer Society. See more photos from the event after the jump!
Wow, look what happens when you read the newspaper. Six stars from Guiding Light will make appearances at Panera stores around the Pittsburgh area to kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month on Thursday, October 1...that's tomorrow soap fans! Catch KDKA's Pittsburgh Live, then hit the road with your best suds buds. More information after the jump. READ MORE
The second in a highly personal, non-objective series highlighting various aspects of the last episodes of Guiding Light, which will end its 72 year run on September 18th.
Let me begin by making an audacious claim. In my opinion, the September 15, 2009 episode of Guiding Light — the fourth from its last broadcast ever — may just go down as one of the series' greatest episodes of all time. This is not hyperbole; maybe not top five, but certainly top twenty.
Picking up immediately after the magnificent double wedding, the expertly paced episode had everything: the heartfelt engagement of Phillip & Beth; Josh's bittersweet decision to leave Springfield and find himself; the advancement of the romances of the teenaged James & Daisy and the smoking hot Mel & Cyrus; the ongoing tease of a courtship between Frank & Blake; and the long overdue reconciliation of Lizzie and Sarah, as Jonathan gave the Spaulding heiress shared custody of their daughter.
Every actor was spot on, including the sometimes over-the-top Tom Pelphrey. However, if Monday's episode belonged to Tina Sloan (Lillian), Tuesday's honors were split between Robert Newman (Josh) and Ron Raines (Alan). READ MORE