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Have it your way: Bartender Trisha Yearwood loves her fans' variations on Summer in a Cup

Have it your way: Bartender Trisha Yearwood loves her fans' variations on Summer in a Cup

Williams-SonomaMemorial Day is the unofficial kickoff to summer, and weather permitting, lots of Americans will spend the holiday lounging by the pool or the lake with an adult beverage. Thats whereTrisha Yearwoodcomes in.

The two-time CMA Female Vocalist of the Year and culinary guru created her mixer, Summer in a Cup, specifically for occasions like this. In fact, her concoction has been ...

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Harvey Weinstein charged with three felony sex crimes by New York prosecutors

Harvey Weinstein charged with three felony sex crimes by New York prosecutors

Harvey Weinstein, center, being taken into NYPD custody; Steven Ferdman/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Harvey Weinsteinhas been charged with three felony sex crimes by New York City prosecutors.

The disgraced movie producer faces one count each of first-degree rape, first-degree criminal sexual act, and third-degree rape.

Thecomplaintaccuses Weinstein of forcing one woman to perform oral sex on h...

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On This Day in Music History: Monday, May 21st

 

1982, Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson were at #1 on the Country charts with "Just to Satisfy You."


On This Day in Music History: Tuesday, May 22nd

 

2000, Aaron Tippin released "Kiss This", the first single from his album People Like Us. Co-written by Aaron's wife, Thea, the single became Aaron's third and final #1 on the Billboard country charts, five years after his last chart topper.


On This Day in Music History: Wednesday, May 23rd

 

1951, Born on this day in Riverside, California, was Judy Rodman, Country Music Singer. In the mid-80s, she scored the US Country #1 hit "Until I Met You." She also won the Academy of Country Music's "Top New Female Vocalist" award in 1985.


On This Day in Music History: Thursday, May 24th

 

1947, Born on this day, was Mike Reid who is a retired professional American football linebacker, as well as a country music artist who played for the Cincinnati Bengals. He scored the 1991 US Country #1 hit “Walk Of Faith.”


On This Day in Music History: Friday, May 25th

 

1968, Bobby Goldsboro was at #1 on the Country chart with "Honey," also known as "Honey (I Miss You)." Written by Bobby Russell, who first produced it with former Kingston Trio member Bob Shane. Then he gave it to American singer Bobby Goldsboro who recorded it for his tenth album. "Honey" spent five weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart.


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