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  • Eric Church Logging Trees on Nashville Property as Stress Reliever

    Eric Church Logging Trees on Nashville Property as Stress Reliever

    Eric Church is taking a real hands-on approach to getting his new Nashville-area property just the way he wants it.  He’s in the process of building a lake there, and that involves a lot of clearing trees. “I have a new hobby, and it’s pretty much logging,” Eric tells Rolling Stone. Eric’s management staff gets a little freaked out that he’s out in the woods alone cutting down big trees with a chainsaw, but Eric says the process is a big stress reliever for him. He explains, “When you’re out there, you can’t think of anything but that saw and […]

  • Obama Salutes US Olympic and Paralympic Teams At White House

    Obama Salutes US Olympic and Paralympic Teams At White House

    (WASHINGTON) — President Obama welcomed the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic teams to the White House Friday, telling them they are “a portrait of what this country is all about.” “You guys all find the strength to keep pushing on good days and bad days, because you believe that no matter where we come from, or no matter what hand we’ve been dealt in life, with enough effort, there is no limit to how far we can go,” the president told the large crowd of athletes gathered on the White House South Lawn. “That’s what sets all of you apart.  That’s […]

  • Mass. Voters Sent to Bogus Website Warning of Pot-Induced ‘Twinkie Addiction’

    Mass. Voters Sent to Bogus Website Warning of Pot-Induced ‘Twinkie Addiction’

    (BOSTON) — Organizers of the committee opposing a Massachusetts state initiative to legalize medical marijuana were munching crow this week after mistakenly directing voters to a satirical website that warns a “Yes” vote could lead to a run on Twinkies, forcing residents to “eat Snowballs and other undesirable snacks that are left behind on store shelves. “Do you really want your children growing up in a world without Twinkies?” the site warns. If voters come out in favor of “Question 3” in November, Massachusetts would wipe out criminal and civil penalties for the use of marijuana, provided it’s prescribed by […]

  • White House Asks YouTube to ‘Review’ Anti-Muslim Movie

    White House Asks YouTube to ‘Review’ Anti-Muslim Movie

    (WASHINGTON) — The Obama administration has asked YouTube to review its posting of the anti-Islam film “Innocence of Muslims,” which has provoked violent protests across the Middle East. “We reached out to YouTube to call the video to their attention and ask them to review whether it violates their terms of use,” said White House Press Secretary Jay Carney. Carney was adamant Friday that the Obama administration will not apologize for the video. “We have made clear that we find it offensive and reprehensible and disgusting,” Carney told reporters at the daily White House news briefing. “We have denounced it. […]

  • Zac Brown Band Adds Star Power to Southern Ground Festival in Nashville

    Zac Brown Band Adds Star Power to Southern Ground Festival in Nashville

    Zac Brown Band has added more star power to the lineup for their Southern Ground Music & Food Festival in Nashville coming up September 21 and 22.  Alan Jackson and Sheryl Crow will sit in with the band on the Friday night show while Gregg Allman and Dwight Yoakam are slated to appear with Zac Brown Band on Saturday night. For ticket information, go to SouthernGroundFestival.com. Copyright 2012 ABC News Radio

  • Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert Share Their Love on Twitter

    Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert Share Their Love on Twitter

    Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert spend quite a bit of time apart due to their work schedules, so it’s nice to see them show their love for each other on Twitter. In a spontaneous tweet sent Friday morning, Miranda said, “Hey Blake Shelton…I love you!” with a smiley face on the end. Blake tweeted back, “I love you too!!!” You can catch Blake on NBC’s The Voice this Monday night.  Miranda continues her Pistol Annies tour Sunday, September 23 in Pomona, CA. Copyright 2012 ABC News Radio

  • Lee Brice Scores Gold Single with "Hard to Love"

    Lee Brice Scores Gold Single with "Hard to Love"

    Lee Brice has scored a gold single for his latest hit, “Hard to Love.” It follows his previous platinum single “A Woman Like You.” Lee says, “I can tell when I’m out there on the road every night that the momentum of this song just keeps picking up and it’s because my fans continue to believe in me. They’ve stuck by me and I can tell they’re in for the long haul.” “Hard to Love” is the title cut of Lee’s new album, available now. Copyright 2012 ABC News Radio