Dierks Bentley and Sheryl Crow Join Forces for Carpool Karaoke (Even If No One Can Spell Their Names)

Dierks Bentley and Sheryl Crow may be country superstars, but fans still can’t spell either of their names. “Do you find that people just cannot figure out how to spell your name?” Crow asks Bentley in a sneak peek of the latest edition of Carpool Karaoke streaming on Apple Music and shared exclusively with PEOPLE. “Yeah,” replies Bentley. “I get Sheryl with a C,” admits Crow, 55. “It’s not?” teases Bentley, 42, before the pair go around quizzing people to see if they can spell their names. (Spoiler alert: no one gets their first names right — and most want to add an “e” to Sheryl’s surname.) In addition to… Read More

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Prep football rankings: Week 6 Bay Area News Group Top 20

We had some this week in the Bay Area News Group Top 20. Valley Christian is right back where it started the season, at No. 2, after beating then-No. 2 ranked St. Francis 28-21 on Friday. Related Articles High school football: Weekend scoreboard, how Top 20 fared High school football: De La Salle survives Central-Fresno’s upset bid High school football: Elimination game, in September? High school football roundup: Around the Bay High school football: Mitty scores late, beats Bellarmine Pittsburg jumped up to No. 3, where it will likely be when it plays its next game, Oct. 6 at seventh-ranked Freedom. Nobody last week dropped out this week, although Bellarmine… Read More

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How do I train my dog to stop barking? Try these tricks

DEAR JOAN: You shared in a recent column that you trained your dog not to bark. Would you please share how you managed to do this? We have a Maltese that barks when a leaf falls in the yard, let alone a car driving by or kids walking home from school. Nothing works to get her to stop. K. Draschner, Bay Area DEAR K.: My neighbors, visitors to my home, the letter carriers and UPS folks would all take huge exception to any claim that I’ve trained my dog to stop barking. The correct thing to say is that I’m training my dog, and it is still very much a… Read More

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Lawsuit: Coffee sold in California should carry cancer warning labels

By BRIAN MELLEY | Associated Press LOS ANGELES — A future cup of coffee in California could give you jitters before you even take a sip. A nonprofit group wants coffee manufacturers, distributors and retailers to post ominous warnings about a cancer-causing chemical stewing in every brew and has been presenting evidence in a Los Angeles courtroom to make its case. The long-running lawsuit that resumed Monday claims Starbucks and about 90 other companies, including grocery stores and retail shops, failed to follow a state law requiring warning signs about hazardous chemicals found everywhere from household products to workplaces to the environment. At the center of the dispute is acrylamide,… Read More

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UVU golf: Utah Valley sits in fifth after two rounds at ORU Shootout

After posting the third-best 36-hole team score in program history on Monday, the Utah Valley University women’s golf team finds itself in fifth place out of 17 teams at the ORU Shootout, presented by Mark Allen Auto Group at Meadowbrook Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The Wolverines put up a two-round score of 32-over-par 608 en route to notching the third-lowest 36-hole score in school history. UVU recorded rounds of 306 and 302 on its way to sitting just two strokes back of fourth place and eight back of first with just one more round to play. The host Oral Roberts Golden Eagles lead the tournament at 24-over par (298-302—600),… Read More

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Nouveau riche PSG takes on 5-time champion Bayern Munich

PARIS — Five years ago, playing Bayern Munich at home would have been a season highlight for most of Paris Saint-Germain’s squad. Now that PSG has transformed into a team of mega stars, the French league club is the favourite ahead of Wednesday’s Champions League game at the Parc des Princes. “We need to enjoy this game, because this is one of the first times that I feel we are on an equal foot with Bayern Munich,” PSG midfielder Marco Verratti said. “It’s the result of five years of work.” In many ways, the Champions League meeting between PSG and Bayern in Group B can be summed up as a… Read More

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Journey Through Gin at The Holborn Dining Rooms

Kristian Smith recalls the infamous history of the classic drink as he prepares to host a weekly masterclass at London’s largest gin bar In Depth Kristian Smith Tuesday, September 26, 2017 – 2:42pm Most people know that for a spirit to be classed as gin it must be made from juniper berries, but what’s less well know is that they actually aren’t a berry at all, they come from a type of pine cone. The special medicinal and culinary qualities of juniper were utilised by the Ancient Greeks, Romans and Egyptians – it’s a mark of the value they placed on it that King Tutankhamen notably had more juniper in… Read More

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Perrie Edwards assures fans she’s ‘fine’ after short hospital stay

Perrie Edwards was absent from Little Mix’s set at the iHeartRadio Festival on Saturday (Sept. 23) in Las Vegas, but she took to Twitter on Monday (Sept. 25) to assure everybody that she “should be fine in no time” after a short hospital stay. Perrie ❤️❤️❤️ pic.twitter.com/Wf4v4VtVnG — Little Mix (@LittleMix) … …read more Source:: AOL.com

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