An iconic American brand is being relaunched by an iconic country music duo
Eric ChurchandMorgan Wallenare teaming up to relaunch "Field & Stream" magazine
The two are part of a team that has acquired the Field & Stream brand, with plans to start a music festival and even publish a semiannual print edition, on top of maintaining the website and retail opportunities
The magazine ceased print publication less than three years ago, after publishing a 125th anniversary edition in 2021, at which point it became a digital-only magazine
Zach Bryanis not only about creating a country career for himself, he's helping unknown and little-known artists get a leg up
Zach has something called "Belting Bronco" sessions, where he records musicians playing in the back of his Bronco as he drives around Oklahoma - and with his fanbase, a spot on "Belting Bronco" is social media gold
Sunday he posted his latest episode, featuring country newcomerNoeline Hofmann
We all know that relationships take work. One of the best ways to put in this work is by having relationship “check ins” with your partner. PsychologistsDr. Martha Deiros ColladoandDr. Nadia Teymoorianstress the importance of this and say it’s vital to making a relationship last.
“Intelligent” spoke to 800 U.S. directors and executives who are directly involved in filling open jobs at their company. The survey found a pretty common theme – they don’t want to hire Gen Z workers.
New year, new you, right? January’s the time of year where most of us are trying new things, keeping to our resolutions, and adopting new lifestyles. It sets the tone for the new year, so you’re going to want to make it a strong one.
Jelly Roll's already established that he has a big heart, but we never get tired of new stories of how he went the extra mile for a stranger
Sharon, a critically ill Tennessee grandmother is one of Jelly's biggest fans, so when Jelly was in town for his big toy drive last month, her daughter found one of JR's crew members and told him how important it was that Sharon get to meet the singer before she no longer could
Jelly being Jelly, he made sure the woman was able to check off that box on her bucket list; “He made me feel like I was so special. He told me I only looked 50,” Sharon said
A lot of people are feeling burned out, with 38% of Americans saying they feel like they’re low on energy at least four days a week, according to a new survey.
To help give them a boost, 63% drink a caffeinated beverage, 47% sip water and 46% go for something with sugar.
Over three-quarters (78%) of respondents say they want to do better than “just making it through” the day, and to get there, they’re willing to eat more nutritious foods (57%), get more sleep (54%) and drink more water (46%).
Saturday was the end of an era of sorts forLuke Bryan,as he closed out his two-year Las Vegas residency
Luke played 48 shows at The Theatre at Resorts World, culminating in his final show over the weekend that concluded with a surprise on-stage visit
As Luke wrapped up the show, a group of people came on stage, causing Luke to bow to them and exclaim to the crowd, "These are my dealers, these are my craps dealers," he said, hugging each one and taking a photo with them. “Cheers to two years”
A few weeks ago, Arizona Cardinals linebacker Jesse Luketa caught a ride with the Phillips family when he had a flat tire on the way to a game, and in return, he provided them with special access that day and promised future game tickets.
Recently, he fulfilled that promise by giving the Phillips family a VIP experience at a Cardinals game, complete with Cardinals gear, box seats, and a sideline photo op.
The family expressed gratitude for the kind gesture, but say they’d have helped Luketa out even if he hadn’t been a famous football player.