All My Children Stars Set to Head to Chicago to Watch ABC Finale With Fans at Sidetracks Bar!






Be sure to bring a windbreaker and plenty of Kleenex with you if you're planning to attend the star-studded "A Tribute to Pine Valley: A Celebration of the Final Network Broadcast of All My Children" this Sept. 23. I'm sure there won't be a dry eye at the Sidetracks Bar (3349 N. Halsted St.) in Chicago. 

Pine Valley denizens past and present, Chrishell Stause (Amanda),Terri Ivens (ex-Simone), Jeffrey Carlson (ex-Zarf), Brian Gaskill (ex-Bobby), and Matt Borlenghi (ex-Brian), are all scheduled to be in attendance for the event, which will benefit Season of Concern.   

Attendees will be able to try their hand at AMC Trivia and find out what's next for their favorite soap stars. The event starts at 10:30am/11:30C, but you'll wanna get there as early as you can, because the place could fill up fast! Doors open at 11 am. "A Tribute to Pine Valley: A Celebration of the Final Network Broadcast of All My Children" will be hosted by Windy City Live's Val Warner.  Tickets will go on sale soon!  


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Rosie O'Donnell will be there, too, preparing for her new OWN show (in the Oprah studios) and she said last month, when she had Robin Strasser on (I was on, too, as a caller!!!), she said she'd like to do something to bid a fond farewell to AMC! I hope that happens! Go, Naomi!!!

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If I lived in Chicago I would so be there! Especially to see Brian Gaskill. I have always liked him.

Yes, I would like to see Naomi return too. Both times Naomi was on (as Adam's maid & as the flowershop owner on Valentines Day) were when Lorraine was HW.
A third time would be great!

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I live in Chicago, and I just might have to cancel work that day!! Hmmm!!!

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I heard that the show plans on doing some time-jumping (like other ABC shows "Lost" and "Desperate Housewives") between the last televised episode of "All My Children" and the first internet episode of "All My Children: The Next Generation."

Apparently, they'll skip forward ten years and all the toddlers and under-10 year olds will now be grown up and the central focus of AMC: TNG.

Sad.

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Where are you "hearing" that, though, because the rumor mill is in overdrive on the blogs and a lot people seem to be reading stuff that is nothing but speculation and then posting it as though it's fact. That's not doing anyone any favors.

Unless you can cite sources, I'm not believing any of this stuff. None of us should.