Trisha Yearwood is country music royalty. Married to superstar Garth Brooks, the Grand Ole Opry member shot to fame in the early 1990's and has since sold over 12.5 million albums worldwide, won three Grammys, three Country Music Association Awards, and performed at the White House during President ... More >>
Born February 7, 1962, Garth Brooks has achieved the distinction of being one of the best-selling artists of the past 20 years. This is true not only in the realm of country, which he clearly dominated, but in the pop world overall. Indeed, while country music provides the predominant thread ... More >>
Beyond yuppie hangouts and frozen-yogurt shops.
Our nightlife columnist tips her ten-gallon hat to the line-dancing, good-time gay crowd at Scandals.
In his latest think piece, Tribune Co. Chief Innovation Officer Lee Abrams describes the transformation of the company's national cable channel, WGN, into "WGN-America." "WHY 'AMERICA'? Because there's more to life than Hollywood and Manhattan," Abrams writes. "The channel will speak to Mi ... More >>
Can alcohol kill an excessive fear of men in giant shoes?
In a Wilton Manors bar, the monkeys are cool and the Cocksuckers are creamy
In Davie, the coyotes seldom howl, and Hank Williams? — shoot, he ain't even a rumor
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill
We just can't quit this countrified Karaoke.
Bikers, gourmands, 30,000 country fans, and bare boobies collide at a massive chili cook-off. Bottoms up!
Have today's country stars been consulting with the Fab Five?
Round Up Country Western Club
Shock'n Y'all (Dreamworks)
The Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash save country one soul at a time
The SoFla Fair goes country
Country revisionists BR5-49 beat Nashville's numbers game
David Simutis|Brian Baker
Behold the swamp buggy races, South Florida's oddest racing tradition, where the engines roar, the muck flies, and the vehicles sometimes sink
June 4 - 10, 1998