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Geddy Lee Explains Why It was 'Bittersweet' Performing With Yes at the Rock Hall Inductions

"I practiced, as I usually do, like a crazy person, to make sure I didn't embarrass Chris by my performance." Continue reading…

Ozzy Osbourne Marks Bat-Biting Anniversary with Plush Toy

Souvenir with detachable head celebrates moment he created a rock legend on stage. Continue reading…

Michael Schenker, Ian Gillan, Rory Gallagher Drummer Ted McKenna Dead at 68

Scots veteran passes away ahead of U.S. tour and second Michael Schenker Fest album. Continue reading…

Terminally Ill Lee Kerslake Gets His Ozzy Platinum Discs

Drummer’s “bucket list” request for ‘80s sales recognition is granted. Continue reading…

Alex Lifeson Says Greta Van Fleet 'Can Carry That Banner For a Rock Band Into The Future'

"There's a real great future for them as they develop their own style - much like we did." Continue reading…

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Former Oklahoma star Baker Mayfield cooks up another laugh at Hue Jackson's expense

By Jeff PattersonIn a video segment on Fox's NFC Championship pregame show Sunday, Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield joined Cooper Manning for a cooking-show skit.The puns were plentiful."I love kitchens," the former Oklahoma star told the eldest Manning brother, referencing his new head coach with the Browns, Freddie Kitchens, while getting a dig in a fired coach Hue Jackson."Anything's better than Hue ...

Robert Kraft reflects on 25 years of owning the Patriots

Robert Kraft will be atop the Patriots masthead for 25 years on Monday, the anniversary of when he decided to buy the team in 1994.In an exclusive interview with ESPN's Mike Reiss, Kraft opened up about buying the team, the dynastic run of five championships that the team has enjoyed along with being able to keep his hometown franchise in Massachusetts after fears of a possible move to St.

Trump Defends Plan to End Shutdown Even as Pence Appears to Hedge

President Trump on Sunday defended his proposal to end the partial government shutdown, using his Twitter account to attack Speaker Nancy Pelosi for turning down the offer, even as Vice President Mike Pence appeared to open the door to negotiations over the plan.In an appearance on “Fox News Sunday,” Mr.

Observational nuggets from the Thunder's 117-115 win against the Sixers

By Erik HorneThis blog on the Thunder's 117-115 against the Sixers is an homage to those before me, but first:Journal via Maddie Lee: In Philly, there's no shortage of beef for Westbrook, EmbiidGame story via Maddie Lee: Paul George saves Thunder from collapse with late four-point playThunder Buddies podcast: Surviving the Sixers (Game 45 of 82)First, the Paul George Superlatives Section.

'Time to say goodbye': Vonn in too much pain to continue

CORTINA D'AMPEZZO, Italy (AP) — What was evident all weekend for Lindsey Vonn became clear to everyone else on Sunday.The American skier's surgically repaired knees simply don't let her apply the power she requires to win races anymore.The pain is too severe; the psychological impact too much to bear; her pride too great.No wonder that Vonn is considering moving up her retirement.After failing to finish a World Cup super-G, Vonn said leaving the sport immediately "is a possibility.

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