Good Morning America May 27 2013 Recap
On May 27 2013, Good Morning America had a full show and instructions on making a top notch Memorial Day BBQ. Hanson has a new beer out, MMMhops, that will get your cookout going. Plus, Dr Richard Bessner has the sunscreen tips to keep you and your family burn free. Fire up the grill, pour a cold one, and pay tribute to America.
GMA: Hanson MMMhops Craft Beer & $1.5M Buys Flight with Leo DiCaprio
Hanson is releasing a sneak peek of their new beer, MMMhops. A man paid $1.5 million to float in space with Leonardo DiCaprio for 4 minutes.
GMA Angelina Jolie Aunt Dies of Breast Cancer & Fallopian Tube Removal
Angelina Jolie is mourning the death of her aunt, Debbie Martin, to breast cancer. Jolie and Martin had the same BRCA1 gene.
GMA: Inside Norland Nanny College & Royal Baby Diaper Changing Policy
The Norland Nannies are trained in the specifics and safety of children in England. They go to school for three years to be the top of the line, certified nannies.
GMA: Dr Richard Besser “Tell Me The Truth, Doctor” & Sunscreen Rules
Dr Richard Besser knows best when it comes to sunscreen rules. Read on to find out if there really is a waterproof sunscreen.
GMA: Desiree Hartstock Bachelorette & Baby Daddy Returns ABC Family
The new Bachelorette, Desiree Hartstock, is ready to find her love. The guys from Baby Daddy are ready steam up your Wednesday nights.
GMA: Reader’s Digest How To Cut Calories, Red Pepper Flakes Metabolism
Reader’s Digest gave secrets that restaurants don’t want you to know. Skip the healthy menu and add on the red pepper flakes!
GMA: Marcus Samuelsson’s Jerk Chickity Split Sandwich & Picklz Recipe
GMA Disney Hometown Celebration & 52 Weeks of Giving
Middlesborough, Kentucky is full of giving hearts. Two librarians started a mission three years ago to get kids involved in loving and giving back to their community. Little did they know the kids would run with these little ideas and make such a huge impact with the 52 Weeks of Giving.
Middlesborough used to be a coal mining town and they fell on hard times. The kids started washing windows, sending letters to soldiers over seas and fire fighters at home and collecting trash in efforts to pay kindness forward.
They recently went on a mission to collect money for the Boston Public Library in honor of the Boston Bombing’s youngest victim, Martin Richard. They raised over $500 in two hours.
The town of 12,000 sits inside a 3-and-a-half mile crater. They are an example of small towns doing big things to change the world. Disney felt that these kids deserved a big thank you. In 12 hours, they transformed the community center into a play world for the kids and founders of 52 Weeks of Giving.