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* Noon: Actress Melanie Griffith and "Today" show medical correspondent Dr. Judith Reichman speak frankly on "Having Babies After 35."

* 4 p.m.: Actor Josh Peck, whom you may remember as Wayne from "Snow Day," is correspondent for "Nick's Kids Pick the President." Get his analysis of the Democratic National Convention in L.A.

* 4 p.m.: Watch the 25 children who won Discovery Channel's "Blast-Off to Space Camp" contest as they participate in a simulated space shuttle mission in Huntsville, Ala.


* Noon: In his book "Speaking of Boys," Michael Thompson answers 100 of the most commonly asked questions about raising boys, addressing such issues as peer pressure, drugs and body image.

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Los Angeles Times Friday August 18, 2000 Home Edition Business Part C Page 3 Financial Desk 2 inches; 44 words Type of Material: Correction
Your Internet's "Money Lunch" program with guest Peter Kote of the Orange County Red Cross will take place on Wednesday, 11:30 a.m., at The incorrect Internet address was listed in Thursday's Internet guide.

* 2 p.m.: Actor Vincent D'Onofrio plays a serial killer opposite Jennifer Lopez in his latest film, "The Cell." Find out what it was like working in a glass-enclosed chamber.


* Any time: Emme, plus-size model and host of E!'s make-over program, "Fashion Emergency," discusses nudist colonies, washboard abs and who's next for a make-over.


* 6 p.m.: Enjoy more music with the summer's largest country music festival, Country Jam USA, live from Eau Claire, Wisc.


* 8 p.m.: Join IVillage's writing class with Natalie Goldberg, author of "Thunder and Lightning: Cracking Open the Writer's Craft." She'll help you turn your flashes of inspiration into polished pieces of work.,3359,87320,00.html


* 1 p.m.: Food & Wine editor Pete Wells reveals which North American restaurants are the cream of the crop in the magazine's 2000 Restaurant Poll.

* 7 p.m.: Discuss romance, back-stabbing and other staples of Jackie Collins' latest book, "Lethal Seduction.",3359,87320,00.html


* 11:30 a.m.:'s "Money Lunch" explores charitable giving with Peter Kote of the Orange County Red Cross, who will talk about noncash donation options.

* 8:30 p.m.: Got a problem around the house? Ask Mary Ellen Pinkham, host of HGTV's "TIPical Mary Ellen," whose offbeat solutions range from polishing a table with Wonder Bread to using a chalkboard eraser to clean windows.

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