Update: woot! Newsday Blog Yankees win, 8-5. Lead World Series, two games to one.
7:52 pm EST: Rainy but MLB says game is on -waiting for first pitch-Series is tied up at 1 game a piece
I liked the old GH Halloween format better, LIVE all night, this was just live between fave 5 epis.
David Tennant on filming his final scenes as Dr Who; Waters of Mars to air Sat, Dec 19th on BBCAmerica
Courtesy of ITN:
Actor David Tennant says filming his final scenes as Doctor Who was emotional. Follow us on twitter at
Courtesy of DrWhoDom
Actor David Tennant appeared on the show to talk about the new episode. Clips from the show could not be included because broadcasters get arsey about such things.
Update: SciFiWire has the schedule for the airing of the final Dr Who special here in the States:
…There are three specials left to air before Matt Smith takes over as the 11th Doctor. Following is BBC’s full press release. Power up the TARDIS!
October 30, 2009 -The BBC today announced the imminent arrival of the final Doctor Who episodes starring David Tennant as the Doctor. Television’s longest running science fiction series, shot in HD, has just three episodes to go before a new Doctor arrives on screen next year.
The next special, Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars airs on BBC AMERICA, Saturday December 19, 9:00pm ET/PT. It stars Tennant and British stage and screen actress Lindsay Duncan (Rome, Langford) as Adelaide, his cleverest and most strong-minded companion….(MANY more details at the piece, go read it!)
Awesome! and Biden is visiting NY23 too! BWAAAHAAA!!!
Heh Huckabee heh heh heh! I just saw it on FOX scroll.
Pataki endorses Hoffman:
Courtesy of nycconservativeparty:
At the October 29, 2009, reception of the NY State Conservative Party, held at the NY Athletic Club in Manhattan, former Governor George Pataki endorsed Conservative candidate Doug Hoffman, who is running against liberal Democrat and Republican candidates in the 23rd C.D. special election. Pataki is introduced by Conservative State Chairman Michael Long. The video is dark because the room was poorly lit, but the audio is fine.
Update: ACE has the Upstate NY paper:
Dede Scozzafava, the Republican and Independence parties candidate, announced Saturday that she is suspending her campaign for the 23rd Congressional District and releasing all her supporters.The state Assemblywoman has not thrown her support to either Doug Hoffman, the Conservative Party candidate, or Bill Owens, the Democratic candidate.
“Today, I again seek to act for the good of our community,” Ms. Scozzafava wrote in a letter to friends and supporters. “It is increasingly clear that pressure is mounting on many of my supporters to shift their support. Consequently, I hereby release those individuals who have endorsed and supported my campaign to transfer their support as they see fit to do so. I am and have always been a proud Republican. It is my hope that with my actions today, my party will emerge stronger and our district and our nation can take an important step towards restoring the enduring strength and economic prosperity that has defined us for generations.”