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Review: Norah Jones is all about the music in her sold-out show at the Fox

Throughout the evening, the nine-time Grammy winner kept the mix of old and new going, backed by a trio on drums, bass and guitar or organ. Her beautiful, though sometimes mumbled, singing and the jazzy lounge style kept the audience engaged even through the lesser-known songs.

Q&A: Catching up with radio personality and EWU alum Colin Cowherd

Much has changed since Colin Cowherd toed the red turf of his alma mater in 2014, a trip to Cheney to help boost a former Roos Field renovation project. Cowherd, one of the nation’s most well-known and polarizing sports media figures, has since taken his silver tongue to FOX Sports, where his radio show “The Herd” is simulcast on FS1 and iHeartRadio.

Some Democrats see Fox as a helpful link to voters

Increasingly, Fox News is the star of the Democratic race. After years of playing the culture wars, the cable news network has become a key flash point in the 2020 race. And the candidates are in the same position as the rest of the country, not to mention the Murdoch family who controls the network, and even the president of the United States: What to do about Fox News?

Some Democrats see Fox as a helpful link to voters

In the gymnasium of Stevens High School, just before 7 p.m., Chris Wallace stepped onto the red-carpeted, Fox News-branded stage for his first-ever town hall. The host of "Fox News Sunday" was preparing to interview Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg.

The Art of Garfunkel: Iconic performer, coming to the Fox next week, is happy to still be singing

This current show Garfunkel calls “old mannish” in the best sense of the word. “What I mean is I’m not avid. I’m not trying to get on the charts. I’m not trying to do anything. I’m opening myself up for people’s curiosity,” he said. “You know when Simon and Garfunkel hit it big, it was really big. It’s fun to open up about all this stuff and be candid and down to earth. So that’s very much a part of this presentation.”