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Five moves. Six reps each. How many rounds can you complete? In just 10 minutes, this intense five-move workout will build your deltoids and traps, giving you that impressive shoulder shape you’re looking
Instead of biting your nails and ordering takeout on election night, gather your nearest and dearest for a viewing party with a whole lot of comfort foods. Watching the votes get tallied with friends,
Ed Snider created a Philadelphia Flyers franchise stocked with so many great moments, all it takes is a simple crane of the neck toward the banners hanging from the rafters to rekindle 50 years of memories.
Against the backdrop of a huge American flag and red, white, and blue lights, Kid Rock performed his song Born Free at a Fenway Park concert in Boston on Friday. About a minute in, he climbed down to lower