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Thursday, September 15, 2005
Kid Wouldn't Skip School for Hollywood Premiere of Her Movie? An 8-year-old Haddonfielder named Tomorrow Baldwin-Montgomery plays Samuel L. Jackson's daughter in the new big-screen comedy The Man. She could have flown to Hollywood for the premiere, "but she refused to miss the first day of third grade at Tatem Elementary," writes Michael Klein in his Inqlings column. That's her, at left, arriving with pals for their own premiere at Loews Cherry Hill last weekend. Ask about her, or Big Daddy Graham's health scare, or other people Mike has written about, when he hosts a Live Chat at noon. Click here to go to the chat room.
Also chatting today: sport writer Jeff McLane at 11, and fashion writer Elizabeth Wellington at 2. She has a story in today's Inquirer and online only you'll find her blog and a package of Fashion Week photos.