Kenny Chesney's 'Old Blue Chair' is a beach-themed nostalgic tune from his 2005 album, 'Be as You Are.' In this adorable father-daughter rendition, a little girl sings alongside her father on the guitar. They bring back the beach theme through their ocean-blue color scheme -- the little girl wears a blue halter top, while her dad sports a blue T-shirt, and they're sitting on a blue couch. The best part, however, has to be the little girl's obvious emotion in every line. They're also careful to make the song more kid-friendly, singing "too much studying all night."
The Iowa City Police Department and Iowa City Area Crime Stoppers have started a new website that will allow the public to help identify criminal suspects. Any department in Johnson County can utilize the website and the man above
We can't believe it's been well over a week since the 5k Rave Run went down. Thanks to all those who joined us for this one last summer celebration, raising money for the Cedar Rapids Parks and Rec Youth Scholarship Program. We could tell you had a ton of fun, and all for a great cause. And just to let you know...
'The Simpsons' marathon continues for its sixth straight day on FXX today amidst a growing chorus of complaints about the network’s decision to alter the format of every episode from the show’s first nineteen seasons. As detailed in Max O’Connell’s recent article on Indiewire, FXX has cropped and stretched pre-HD 'Simpsons' installments from their original 4:3 aspect ratio (the height and width of our old standard-definition TVs) to 16:9 (the dimensions of our new HD sets), apparently in order to make sure that no one suffers through old television episodes with black bars on the sides of the image.
Martina McBride and Billy Ray Cyrus were part of a star-studded three-day event over the weekend (Aug. 22-24) to honor legendary rock group the Beatles. The two country singers joined with several other artists at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the the group's first appearance in the city.
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