It's not often that a six year-old boy from Montana gets a high-five from the President of the United States, but that was the case on Friday, as young Noah Gue visited the People's House for the annual White House Student Film Festival.
Here's one way to get on our good side again Congress...make the day after the Super Bowl a national holiday so we can all get the day off work. There is currently a petition on the White House's website calling for it, but it needs almost 90,000 more signatures by February 23rd to get an official response from the Obama administration. Let's make this happen:
Let's go way behind the scenes of last week's "Red, White, & Blues" event hosted by the Obamas at the White House. Check out this acoustic performance of a Blues classic by Susan Tedeschi and husband Derek Trucks in the East Wing of the White House.
Yesterday we told you about the PBS "Red, White & Blues" event hosted by the Obamas at the White House. It was held and taped yesterday, and will premiere Monday, February 27 at 9 pm ET on PBS stations nationwide. Here's a funny sneak preview...when the President was forced to sing by Mick Jagger and others.
One of our favorite guys, Warren Haynes, will be included in the PBS "Red, White & Blues" event hosted by the Obamas at the White House. We've even got the link to watch live. Details here: