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Weekend Journal: Former “Idol” Contestant Jimmy Charles to Perform in Joliet to Fight Cancer

And, tour the St. Jude Dream Home Showplace and you could win a free dining room set!


Billy Currington & Lon Helton

Country Countdown USA: Billy Currington Hitting the Road with Tim McGraw

Billy’s “lookin’ forward to capturing [Tim’s] fans and makin’ ’em mine!”


The Upside of Stress by Kelly McGonigal, Ph.D.

Weekend Journal: Why Stress Is Good For You

Plus, life from the perspective of an obituary writer. And, we’re spreading awareness about juvenile arthritis.


Lon Helton & Tyler Farr

Country Countdown USA: Tyler Farr Gets A Laugh From Jason Aldean After His Impersonation Of Him

“Backstage we impersonate each other,” Tyler says. And his Aldean is pretty spot-on.


TOKYO, JAPAN - JUNE 29:  A box of chocolates contains a piece decorated with a URL written in two-dimensional code on June 29, 2006 in Tokyo, Japan. The chocolate is co-developed by Mary Chocolate Co., Ltd and Nippon Comsys Corporation. Two-dimentional code is widely used in Japan by mobile phone users for reading the URL to access websites. Customers can have their own two-dimensional code or messages written on chocolate for gift-purposes, available at the price of 25,000 yen (US$220) for making the plate and 1050 yen (US$9) for a box of 12 pieces, with a minimum of 500 boxes for an order. (Photo by Junko Kimura/Getty Images)

Weekend Journal: Chocolate Fest Is Less Than A Week Away!

Plus, Stevie is a playful pooch that needs a home! And this cancer support charity is throwing a fun event Memorial Day weekend.