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The Black Crowes' Rich Robinson: 'Toxic' Lineup Situation Led to Band Starting Anew

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Tom Morello – A Metalhead's Guide to Bruce Springsteen

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Soma introduces Vanishing 360 bra/panty collection

By Linda MillerSoma knows women’s frustration with panty lines and seam-showing bras.Now comes its Vanishing 360 bra and panty collection designed to be its smoothest, no-show collection yet.The bras are designed to deliver 360 degrees of no-show, smooth comfort from the back, front and sides.

Oklahoma County sheriff calls lawsuit a political stunt

By Nolan ClayStaff writernclay@oklahoman.comOklahoma County Sheriff P.D. Taylor is calling a deputy's lawsuit against him a political stunt."That's all it is," he said Wednesday.Taylor, a Republican, is running for reelection this year.

NFL Combine 2020: OU's CeeDee Lamb headlines a deep receiver class

By Arnie StapletonThe Associated PressINDIANAPOLIS — If your favorite NFL team doesn't have a Tyreek Hill, Julio Jones or Courtland Sutton streaking down the field, making cornerbacks cringe and constantly redefining the highlight catch, just wait.Chances are good they'll grab one in this year's draft.The NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis features a tantalizing wide receiver class unlike anything ever seen at the league's annual gathering of top prospects."You've probably heard every GM and coach talk about this wide receiver class; it is a good one," Jets GM Joe Douglas said.

It's far too early to freak out about the coronavirus ruining the Tokyo Olympics

By Nancy ArmourUSA TodayIt is far too early to get in a panic over the fate of the Tokyo Olympics.The coronavirus is not to be taken lightly, with more than 80,000 cases and 2,700 deaths in 40-plus countries.

NCAA preparing for possible coronavirus impact on men's and women's basketball tournaments

By Paul MyerbergUSA TodayAmid concerns that a potential outbreak of the coronavirus in the U.S. could jeopardize major sporting events, the NCAA's Sports Science Institute has issued memos to its members directing schools toward Centers for Disease Control resources while maintaining preparations for the upcoming NCAA men's and women's basketball tournaments, which begin on March 17."NCAA staff continues to prepare for March Madness but we are keenly aware of coronavirus and will continue to monitor in coordination with state/local health authorities and the CDC," said NCAA associate director of communications Chris Radford.On Tuesday, Nancy Messonnier, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, warned that an outbreak of the virus, also known as 2019-nCoV or COVID-19, could lead to school closings and the cancellation of major sporting events."Disruption to everyday life may be severe," said Messonnier.In the two memos issued to athletics directors, health care administrators, conference commissioners and head athletic trainers and team physicians, the NCAA shared links to CDC resources on travel, coronavirus symptoms and topics to discuss with campus leadership."Regarding championship play for the winter and spring seasons, the NCAA is taking concerted steps to maintain the first-rate delivery of NCAA championship experiences for participating student-athletes, team personnel and fans," read the second of the two memos, which was sent to member schools on Feb.