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Jason Mraz to celebrate 40th birthday at the Hollywood Bowl

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By Andrea Dresdale Jen RosensteinJason Mraz has been staying low lately, but he’s heading back out on the road for a brief tour that will include a special birthday concert at the Hollywood Bowl. Jason’s tour gets underway June 16 in Tucson, AZ, and is mapped out through June 25. On June 23, Jason will celebrate his milestone 40th birthday ... Read More »

Liam Neeson, Lin-Manuel Miranda “audition” to be Stephen Hawking’s new voice

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By Stephen Iervolino Getty Images/Karwai Tang(LONDON) — In a hilarious clip created for Red Nose Day, the annual fundraising event from the charity Comic Relief, genius physicist Stephen Hawking auditions some A-List talent to provide a replacement for his usual computer-assisted voice. None other than Anna Kendrick, Liam Neeson, and Hamilton phenom Lin-Manuel Miranda line up to try out their ... Read More »

Free baby boxes welcomed in fight against sleep-related deaths

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By Kelly Terez The Baby Box Company(NEW YORK) — Alabama will give families of all newborns in the state free baby boxes in which to slumber if they take a quiz on sleep safety. The initiative, to start Wednesday, follows New Jersey and Ohio’s campaigns for infant sleep safety with the Baby Box Co. For Alabama, however, the goal is ... Read More »

Physicians call for drug abuse to be treated as ‘chronic disease’

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By Kelly Terez Ingram Publishing/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — With drug overdoses causing tens of thousands of deaths every year in the U.S., physicians are calling for the crisis to be treated like a medical emergency. On Monday, the American College of Physicians (ACP) published a position paper arguing that action needs to be taken by the medical community and others to ... Read More »

How Going Out to Eat Changed After I Had a Baby — You’re a Parent Now

By Sarah Spigelman Richter Going out to eat is practically a religious experience for me. That is, of course, an exaggeration, but there are parallels. It’s ritualistic. It’s something I think about for weeks beforehand. It’s something I enjoy doing both alone and with others in a communal experience. It reminds me of my childhood. It connects me to my ... Read More »

Are Microwave Drawers Worth the Extra Expense? — The Smart Appliance Shopper

By Brittany Burke I’m going to take a wild guess and assume that your favorite thing about your kitchen is not the microwave. The gorgeous morning light? Sure. The reclaimed wood table? Definitely. Your new oven? Yay! The microwave? Well, that’s usually more of a functional necessity than anyone’s hallmark piece. READ MORE » …read more Source:: The Kitchn Read More »

Matchbox Twenty & Counting Crows ready to teach fans “a brief history of everything”

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By Andrea Dresdale Live Nation EntertainmentThough Matchbox Twenty’s Rob Thomas and Counting Crows‘ Adam Duritz had been friends for years, their respective bands had never toured together. Last summer, though, Rob and Counting Crows went on the road together, and it went so well they’re doing it again. This time, though, Rob’s bringing the band along. The Matchbox Twenty/Counting Crows ... Read More »

Adele: “I don’t know if I will ever tour again”

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By Andrea Dresdale Phil Walter/Getty ImagesIf you didn’t get tickets to see Adele on her current 25 world tour, you may be out of luck: the Grammy-winner says she’s not sure if she wants to do another one. According to the Australian news site News.co.au, at her show Sunday night in Auckland, New Zealand, Adele told the crowd, “Touring isn’t ... Read More »

Terrence Howard denies claims: “I’ve never been abusive to anyone”

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By Stephen Iervolino ABC/Adam Rose(LOS ANGELES) — Terrence Howard is refuting claims that he’s been abusive to women, saying he’s never been “abusive to anyone in [his] entire life.” The actor, who’s been accused of assaulting ex-wives Lori McCommas and Michelle Ghent, went on an extensive Twitter spree about society’s “double standard” toward abusive women. “I’ve never been abusive to ... Read More »

James Blunt debuts song for Carrie Fisher at memorial over the weekend

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By Music News Group Jimmy FontaineThe song James Blunt wrote for Carrie Fisher debuted Saturday at a memorial for the late actress and her mother Debbie Reynolds. “Courtney’s Song” was played during a video montage at the public tribute at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Los Angeles. Carrie’s brother and Debbie’s son, Todd Fisher, introduced the song on stage and ... Read More »