Gov. Kim Reynolds’s office said former Department of Human Services Director Jerry Foxhoven’s emails to staff about the late rapper Tupac Shakur were not a factor in Reynolds asking for Foxhoven’s resignation last month. The Associated Press reported Foxhoven sent his employees an email about celebrating Tupac’s birthday the Friday before the governor asked him to resign, which fueled national speculation that it was related to his departure. Reynolds on Wednesday again declined to provide...
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Another 80/35 has come and gone, and all that's left are the memories we made with other Serious Music People along the way. Just kidding, kind of. Now that we've all showered, packed away our gear and returned to the air conditioning, we asked Studio One Hosts Mark Simmet, Tony Dehner and Sydney Hauer to write about their favorite acts from 80/35 this weekend.
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The phrase "highly anticipated" is often used to describe a new release by a band that hasn't been heard from in a while. In the case of The Black Keys, it seems totally justified. Their ninth studio album "Let's Rock" comes five years after their last one. That's the longest they've ever gone between records, and it seems even longer considering the great success the band had with "Turn Blue" and the two albums before that one.