LaDona was busy with all the people stopping by to meet and talk with her.
Chris and Lynda broadcast live from Cafe Coyote.
KOGO came out to support the Girl Scouts.
Watch his story here and don't you effing cry:
Zach Sobiech, at the age of 14, found out he had a rare form of terminal cancer. So he became a rock star, and millions of people got to see his music before he passed away on May 20, 2013. This is his beautiful story.
Is that a young Lynda Martin on the left?
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BRUSSELS—Mixing construction equipment with gourmet cooking, two Belgian entrepreneurs are trying to elevate haute cuisine.
Their effort began here as a stunt six years ago, when publicist David Ghysels and crane specialist Stefan Kerkhofs seated 22 people around a chef and hoisted everybody 180 feet into the air for a meal. Today, the Dinner in the Sky franchise has tables dangling in more than 40 countries, serving about 1,000 people each month.
"It's just a table hanging from a rope," says Mr. Ghysels, who has been surprised at the entertainment possibilities of extremely conspicuous consumption.
Now, having demonstrated that certain people around the world will fork over up to $500 apiece to dine strapped in like babies in car seats, the Belgian duo are trying to outdo themselves with acrobatic catering. Their latest brainstorm: cocktails served by tightrope walkers.
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