MTV's True Life - Casting

Hi Guys

My name is Jennifer and I am a casting associate at MTV.  Right now we are casting for an upcoming episode of True Life.  For this episode, we are looking for people who are at odds with their parents for one reason or another.  Whether it is because of your college choice, relationships, or your lifestyle, MTV is interested in hearing your story.  I would also appreciate if you could pass it along to anyone else you may know.

You can email your situations to Parents@mtvnmix.com with their name, age, location, phone number, and recent photo.

Thanks, and feel free to message me with any questions
Jennifer

You can also view the full casting flyer at MTV.com at the True Life section
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In memoriam

Nicholas Poto, a Maine West high school senior, passed away this past Thursday from injuries received in a car accident on Wednesday night.

http://www.dailyherald.com/news/cookstory.asp?id=279733&cc=c&tc=&t=

Edit: Here's another article. This one states Nick Poto passed at the Northwest Community Hospital in Arlingotn Heights. I'm not sure which is correct.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/chi-070209poto,1,4032074.story?coll=chi-newsroom-hed
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I don't recognize this name, but I figured someone would... I do recognize the face in my yearbook, though.



http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/chi-060722desplaines-fatal,1,3533430.story?coll=chi-news-hed


21-year-old killed in car crash
Tribune staff report

July 22, 2006, 8:39 PM CDT

A Des Plaines man died early Saturday when the car he was riding in hit a curb and a tree, Des Plaines police said.

The crash occurred in the 1300 block of South White Street about 3:55 a.m., police said. The 20-year-old driver and Christopher T. Jost, 21, of the 1400 block of Campbell Avenue, were taken to Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge, where Jost was pronounced dead at 4:18 a.m.

Police did not release the driver's identity or condition.

The crash is under investigation.
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Des Plaines Theatre turns 80



THIS WEEKEND AT THE DES PLAINES THEATER...
We are pleased to announce our celebration this weekend of the theater's 80th anniversary, this October 9. We have planned a weekend of special shows to commemorate the occasion.

Friday Night:
Wizard of Oz, 7pm. Featuring a memorabilia display from the Des Plaines Historical Society in the lobby. Tickets $5, $4 for Students, Members, & Seniors

Saturday Night:
Casablanca, 7pm. Be sure to come early for added attractions! The newly-refurbished spectacular marquee will have its ceremonial re-lighting at 6:30. Following that, the lobby will be open with piano entertainment by David Drazin of the Gene Siskel film center, and beer & wine for sale at the concession stand. Tickets $5, $4 for Students, Members, & Seniors

Sunday:
Doors open at 1:30 with a price of only 25 cents for hours of entertainment! To celebrate 80 years of entertainment, we have designed a bill to harken back to the first days of the theater. First up is Tommy Dunn on the Hammond organ, bringing the magical sounds of organ back to the theater. Next is the Chordmasters Barbershop quartet, one of the best in state. Following is Banjo artist Vernon Podges, recreating the sounds of opening week act Ed "Banjo" Hines.

Next up is silent film Sally of the Sawdust, the third film to ever to appear at the theater, featuring WC Fields in his first starring role, directed by the legendary DW Griffith. Piano accompaniment will be provided by David Drazin.

Afterward, cake will be served to celebrate 80 great years. We hope to see you!


For more information, including our next Halloween shows (Rocky Horror!), visit our website at www.dptheatre.org

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