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Music Review: Sebastian Bach's 'Child Within the Man' makes the case for a Skid Row reunion

Music Review: Sebastian Bach's 'Child Within the Man' makes the case for a Skid Row reunion

Sebastian Bach's latest solo album, “Child Within the Man,” is a reminder that every once in a while, a man and a moment meet. This is that time for Bach and his former band Skid Row.
We know late-night screens are bad for sleep. How do you stop doomscrolling in bed?

We know late-night screens are bad for sleep. How do you stop doomscrolling in bed?

Like many of us, Jessica Peoples has heard the warnings about excessive screen time at night. Still, she estimates spending 30 to 60 minutes on her phone before going to sleep, mostly scrolling through social media.
Edmunds: Trade or sell your car? What's best might surprise you

Edmunds: Trade or sell your car? What's best might surprise you

According to a recent Edmunds used vehicle report, demand for used cars is dropping and so are their values as the new-car market rebounds from pandemic-induced shortages. This is especially true for 1- and 2-year-old vehicles.
Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch co-authors book on laws. 'Over Ruled' to be released Aug. 6

Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch co-authors book on laws. 'Over Ruled' to be released Aug. 6

NEW YORK (AP) — Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch will have a book out this summer on a subject he has commented upon often — the volume of laws in the U.S.
Spanish prosecutors recommend 2nd investigation into Shakira's taxes be thrown out

Spanish prosecutors recommend 2nd investigation into Shakira's taxes be thrown out

BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Spanish state prosecutors recommended Wednesday that an investigating judge shelve a probe into another alleged case of tax fraud by pop star Shakira. The Colombian singer is under investigation for the alleged evasion of 6.
The Eurovision Song Contest kicked off with pop and protests as the war in Gaza casts a shadow

The Eurovision Song Contest kicked off with pop and protests as the war in Gaza casts a shadow

MALMO, Sweden (AP) — Competition in the 68th Eurovision Song Contest kicked off Tuesday in Sweden, with the war in Gaza casting a shadow over the sequin-spangled pop extravaganza.
John Vaillant’s ‘Fire Weather’ wins $25K Shaughnessy Cohen Prize

John Vaillant’s ‘Fire Weather’ wins $25K Shaughnessy Cohen Prize

OTTAWA — John Vaillant's bestselling book about the Fort McMurray wildfire has won the $25,000 Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing.
Taylor Swift bill is signed into Minnesota law, boosting protections for online ticket buyers

Taylor Swift bill is signed into Minnesota law, boosting protections for online ticket buyers

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — People buying tickets online for concerts, sporting events and other live events in Minnesota will be guaranteed more transparency and protection under a so-called Taylor Swift bill signed into law Tuesday by Gov. Tim Walz.
Boy Scouts of America changing name to more inclusive Scouting America after years of woes

Boy Scouts of America changing name to more inclusive Scouting America after years of woes

IRVING, Texas (AP) — The Boy Scouts of America announced after 114 years that it will change its name and will become Scouting America in an effort to emphasize inclusion as it works to move past the turmoil of bankruptcy and a flood of sexual abuse
CBC head spars with Conservative MPs as she testifies about executive bonuses

CBC head spars with Conservative MPs as she testifies about executive bonuses

OTTAWA — An appearance by the CEO of the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. at a parliamentary committee turned personal Tuesday, even before Catherine Tait faced a barrage of questions from Conservative MPs over executive bonuses.
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