Zac Brown Band and Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl will release their collaboration, Zac Brown Band: The Grohl Sessions Volume 1 on December 10th on iTunes.
Zac says, "Dave is a musical genius. It's been amazing to play with him on stage and get to spend time working with him in the studio. We are excited for fans to hear the music we've been able to create together."
The album, the first recorded at Zac's Southern Ground studios in Nashville, includes "Day for the Dead" -- the song they performed together on the CMA Awards earlier this month.
A popular bar in Brooklyn, New York, is raising the drinking age to 25 on weekends – because their patrons are terrorizing the neighborhood.
Phil's Crummy Corner enjoys big crowds on Friday and Saturday nights, but sometimes these crowds spill into the streets, along with their empty beer bottles and wild behavior. The neighbors have had enough and have been pushing the bar to do something about it.
So from now on, Phil's Crummy Corner will only serve booze to people 25 and older after 10 p.m. on weekends. However, they say that they'll make an exception for younger drinkers who are regulars and not known to be rabble-rousers. (MSN.com)
Thanksgiving is all about eating, but when you actually stop and think about the amount of calories a person consumes in the epic meal, it might make you think twice about seconds on the stuffing and gravy!
Check out the amount of calories there are in a serving of the average Thanksgiving dish:
- 6 ounces of turkey (white and dark meat) = 340 calories
- 6 ounces of ham=300 calories
- 1/2 cup of cranberry sauce = 190 calories
- 1/2 cup of stuffing = 180 calories
- 1/2 cup of candied sweet potatoes = 150 calories
- 1 dinner roll with butter = 155 calories
- 1/2 cup of mashed potatoes = 150 calories
- 1/2 cup of gravy = 150 calories
- 1/2 cup of green bean casserole = 225 calories
- 2 glasses of wine = 240 calories
- 1 piece of pumpkin pie = 255 calories
All of this comes to a total of 2,335 calories, which doesn't seem that decadent when you consider the average person consumes about 2,000 calories a day, but that's if you stick to the exact serving sizes. Most people are eating double and triple servings of their favorite sides. And when has Thanksgiving dessert not included various pies and sweets? Who only eats one piece of pumpkin pie?!
When you are sitting down to dinner, you have two choices – embrace the bloat and unbutton your pants for an eating bonanza, or, be conscious of serving sizes and skip sides that you can live without. (CollegeCandy)