Archive for December 3rd, 2009


Dec 03,2009

OTHPodcast.com is Live Again

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The official site OTHPodcast.com has been redesigned and relaunched according to One Tree Hill’s official twitter account @RealOneTreeHill.  Congratulations to Denise and the One Tree Hill Connection Podcast whose podcasts are included in the feed as well as music and commentary.



Dec 03,2009

OTH 7.12 Sneak Peak #1 ~ Nathan/Jamie/Grubbs

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_QYeGDtQesQ

Nathan has Grubbs try to guess Jamie’s favorite drink.



Dec 03,2009

Catch Kate Voegele at the 86th Annual NYSE Holiday Tree Lighting on Thursday, Dec. 10

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A cast of music superstars and local New York City talent will perform during the 86th annual NYSE Euronext holiday tree lighting festivities on Thursday, December 10th from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., with the illumination of the 65 ft. tall and 34 ft. wide Norway Spruce taking place at approximately 4:55 p.m. on Broad Street directly in front of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).

The 86th annual NYSE Euronext holiday tree lighting will feature Grammy(R)-winning country music star and actor, Billy Ray Cyrus; Grammy-winning jazz group, The Manhattan Transfer; rock bands Twisted Sister with Constantine Maroulis, Kerry Butler and James Carpinello from the Broadway musical, “Rock of Ages;” Collective Soul and Stryper; pop rock band, Honor Society; singer/songwriter and daughter of Billy Joel and Christie Brinkley, Alexa Ray Joel; country music artist, David Nail; Grammy-winning violinist, Joshua Bell; One Tree Hill actress and singer/songwriter, Kate Voegele; Meet the Browns actress and gospel singer Tamela Mann and teen choir, The Monsignor Donovan Choir. Valerie Smaldone; Dancing with the Stars’, Kym Johnson; the New York Jets Flight Crew and Santa Claus will also make a special appearance during the festivities, which is open to the public.

via NYSE Euronext Celebrates 86th Annual NYSE Holiday Tree Lighting on Thursday, Dec. 10.