Memorial Day can be a lot of fun, but there are also some heightened risks involved! Below are the top 5 ways to enjoy your holiday safely :)
1: Food Safety.
It's always important to thoroughly cook foods, especially when you're grilling with...
As I perused the interwebs this morning I came across a story that stopped me in my tracks... Is this real? Is this where our world is going? Am I dreaming??
S'Mores Oreos are coming... and should be in stores this Friday! Here's the article >...
Did you know Arnold Schwarzenegger owns a tank? Was that the least surprising sentence you've ever read? Yep, the guy who made a career from causing and/or being around explosions also spends his free time... exploding things. And now he wants...
Inside the Mind of Party Down South Creator SallyAnn Salsano
Things sure have changed since we first met the Party Down South 2 family in Biloxi, Mississippi. And to many fans, it’s like a totally different dynamic this go around. To help make sense of everything, we brought in the expert of all experts: SallyAnn Salsano, @sallyannsalsano, Founder and President of 495 Productions, also creator... Read more »
Brad Paisley Ready to Win Over Stones Fans
Brad Paisley is the first to admit he’ll need to win over some skeptical Rolling Stones fans when he opens the British band’s June 17 stadium concert at Nashville’s LP Field. “I haven’t thought about this in about a decade — about what it means to be an opening act and what the difference is,”... Read more »
Men Are Lettuce, Women Are Tomatoes?
By now, you’ve probably heard all about radio consultant Keith Hill’s interview in Country Aircheck, the Nashville-based industry journal. The one where he says you need to take female singers off of country radio. His exact words were, “If you want to make ratings in country radio, take females out.” Ouch. He also talked about... Read more »
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