Date switch for tribute to Hawn

NEW YORK — The date for the American Museum of the Moving Image’s salute to Goldie Hawn has been changed to Feb. 25 because of a conflict with the Grammy Awards. The Hawn tribute, which will be held at Gotham’s Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, was originally skedded for Wednesday, Feb. 26, the same night that the Gram-mys will be held in New York.

Among the presenters who will fete Hawn are Kurt Russell, Lily Tomlin, George Schlatter and Eileen Brennan, with more celebrities to be announced. Hawn, who starred in “The First Wives Club” and is currently appearing in “Everyone Says I Love You,” joins a list of honorees that includes Elia Kazan, Martin Scorsese, James Stewart, Al Pacino, Barbara Walters and Robert De Niro.

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