Today Show: June 6 2013
On Today Show June 6 2013, author and cartoonist Mo Willems talked about his unique perspective on children’s book, Invicta Watches were slashed to bottom-dollar prices, Martha Stewart reveled the outcome of her Match.com dates, Pippa Middelton’s new position at Vanity Fair was discussed, and Devonshire Elementary’s new system involving social workers was reported on. This is what happened on Today Show
Today Show: Martha Stewart’s Match.com Results & Jay Leno “22” Parody
Today’s trending topics included Joe Biden’s humorous eulogy of Frank Lautenberg, a dialect study by North Carolina State University’s Joshua Katz, a man that got a little too excited about nabbing a grand slam ball at a Chicago White Sox & Seattle Mariners game, Jay Leno’s “22” parody called “63”, Martha Stewart’s Match.com results, and a new mother who never knew she was pregnant.
Today Show: Style Pop Review & Pippa Middleton At Vanity Fair
In pop culture news, Holly Tucker was voted off The Voice after getting off to a promising start two months ago, fashion expert Jeannie Mai of Style Network spoke about her upcoming show, Style Pop, and Pippa Middleton’s new position as a columnist at Vanity Fair and her first article for the magazine was discussed.
Today Show: Invicta Watches Review & Father’s Day Gift Ideas
Jill Martin, contributing editor for Style Watch showed us some great Father’s Day deals and gift ideas with discounts on items like Invicta Watches, Cutter & Buck DryTech Resolute Polos, and many other items.
Today: Social Workers In Schools & Devonshire Elementary’s New System
Though Devonshire Elementary is attended by many students that are poverty stricken, principal Susana Gimenez saw that as no excuse for the children in her school to not succeed. She brought on new teachers, a social worker, and many new academic assistance programs to turn the school around, and it was a resounding success.
Today Show: Cartoonist Mo Willems Makes Books You Can Be Friends With
Cartoonist and author Mo Willems believes that, when you are drawing something, you are thinking of someone, which creates empathy for that person. He designs all of his books with this mentality, and thinks that well-written books are things that children can be friends with.