Sunday, May 21, 2017

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THE PLAYERS Championship - Round Two

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Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Auto Club 400


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Nick Lachey Has a Simple Way You Can Make Your Dog Feel Better in 5 Minutes


As he tells it, Nick Lachey‘s first child wasn’t his son Camden — it was his dog, Wookie.
Wookie, whom he got as a puppy, was the one who taught him the patience he preaches as a necessity for child-rearing. Wookie is his boy. So when Lachey noticed that his dog was itching after a stay at a friend’s house, he was worried. At first he thought it could be fleas, but when normal treatments didn’t work and the itching became even worse, Lachey decided it was time for a visit to the vet.
There, the singer found out his pup was dealing with an allergic reaction, and got Wookie getting the meds he needed to stop itching and start playing again. But after seeing what his furbaby went through, Lachey doesn’t want any other dogs or owners to go through the misery of tackling an itch your pet can scratch.
To help itchy canines finally find relief, Lachey advises visiting, where dog owners can take a simple, short quiz that will narrow down what might be bothering their pups. For each test taken, Zoetis will donate funds to K-9 Courage, a program dedicated to caring for retired military dogs and active veteran service dogs.
It’s a dog-help-dog world

Nick Lachey says 98 Degrees 20th anniversary project 'in the works' (VIDEO)


Nick Lachey, former 98 Degrees boy bander, told Fox News that fans can be on the lookout for a new project from the ‘90s heartthrobs.
“This year is the 20th anniversary of our first record release so there is a little something in the works to celebrate our anniversary. We are working on right now… We are definitely plan on working together,” he said.
He said his three children, who are 4 years old, 2 years old and 3 months old, are starting to understand his role in the music industry and recognize his songs.
“It’s fun to see them recognize that people go to see my dad sing… My son is getting to the age where it is starting to dawn on him in some weird way.”
When Lachey isn’t singing and dancing, he’s working on promoting the Cincinnati sports bar, Lachey’s, which he opened with his brother and bandmate Drew.
“It’s been a lot of fun, growing up in Cincinnati and opening up a sports bar has been a passion and something we dreamed about doing for a long time. We just celebrated our two year anniversary in January, so things are good the restaurant is doing well.”
He said a company handles most of the day-to-day duties for the restaurant and he and Drew “have tried to handle more of the PR and exposure for the restaurant.”
“…Between the two of us we make a great team.”
Lachey recently partnered with and Zoetis to spread the word about pet allergies and help retired service dogs in the process. 
The 43-year-old said it’s a cause that he feels passionate about.
“When you take the quiz (to learn more about your dog's allergies), there are donations made to the K-9 Courage foundation which takes care of retired service dogs — military and police. Obviously they’ve served our country as many men and women have. They deserve to have a healthy life for as long as they are with us. That foundation does a great job at making sure that happens.”

Vanessa and Nick Lachey Spend Spring Break on the Beach With Their 3 Kids


While Vanessa, a former MTV VJ, spent lots of quality time with her kids, she also made sure to start the week out with a little cocktail. "#SpringBreak Monday's are A-OK!!! #Casamigos," she captioned a photo of her margarita, which included George Clooney and Rande Gerber's tequila.

Nick Lachey: Expect a New 98 Degrees Album Soon


Pop superstar Nick Lachey of the group 98 Degrees stopped by our studios to discuss his rise to fame in the late 90’s, his secret to still looking youthful 20 years later and his partnership with and the K-9 Courage Foundation and more.
FOX’s Tonya J. Powers spends “A Few Moments With…” Lachey and gets the inside scoop on a new 98 Degrees record that is in the works, who he’d pick to sing a duet with and says he’s happy that people still who he is because “when people stop asking you for photos, that’s when you know you have a problem.”

Nick Lachey and Vanessa Lachey on Having Three Kids: ''We're Truly Outnumbered Now'' (Video)

Mugging: In one photo, Vanessa leaned over to plant a kiss on her firstborn, and in another, she gave Camden bunny ears as he and his father stuck their tongues out at the camera

No one has ever said that having three kids is an easy task, but Nick Lachey and Vanessa Lachey are making it look pretty darn fun!
Over the weekend, E! News caught up with the cute couple, who are proud parents to three kids, at the launch of J&J by Janie and Jack event at the Grove in Los Angeles, and the two dished about the realities (both the good and bad) of being parents. 
The former boy bander joked, "You have three, and then you realize: we're truly outnumbered now."

Nick & Vanessa in LA with Cam & Brooklyn

Quartet: Nick and Vanessa Lachey swung by The Grove with the two eldest of their three children: four-year-old son Camden and two-year-old daughter Brooklyn
Mugging: In one photo, Vanessa leaned over to plant a kiss on her firstborn, and in another, she gave Camden bunny ears as he and his father stuck their tongues out at the camera
Dashing: Meanwhile, her 43-year-old husband had folded up the sleeves of his blue shirt to bare his toned forearms, leaving a couple buttons undone over his chestDashing: Meanwhile, her 43-year-old husband had folded up the sleeves of his blue shirt to bare his toned forearms, leaving a couple buttons undone over his chest
Resting their legs: The proud parents spent a bit of time at the event posing on a sofa, with Brooklyn seated on her mother's lap and Camden sitting on his father's

Nick and Vanessa Lachey bring their kids Camden and Brooklyn to Disneyland


See How Nick Lachey's Dog Prepared Him For Parenthood

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Before Nick Lachey was the father of three human children, there was Wookie.
The 98 Degrees singer and Vanessa, his now-wife and then-girlfriend, brought their beloved pooch home a decade ago.

The couple said their adorably scruffy pup was a "trial run" for a human baby — and three kids later (with sons Camden, 4, and Phoenix, 4 months, and daughter Brooklyn, 2), it's safe to say the trial run was a great success. The Lacheys celebrated when Camden's first word was "dog," and his first steps were toward Wookie.
Today, Lachey, 43, is equally known as a pop star and a family man. We recently caught up with him to talk about dogs, family and even a New Kid on the Block.
TODAY: Do you feel like having Wookie helped prepare you for parenthood?
Nick Lachey: It’s so funny. When you talk to people who have kids and don’t have dogs, they refuse to see the connection between having a dog and using that as a little bit of a training ground, but we totally, totally buy into that.
It’s obviously different having a child and having a dog. But in a lot of ways, some of the principles apply, with patience and things like that. Wookie was definitely a good training ground — a good trial for real parenthood.
s Wookie an important part of your family?
He literally just turned 10 years old this past April. He’s a great dog and in a lot of ways was our first child — still is our first child.
He’s always been a part of our family, and always traveled with us, and been a part of everything we’ve done. So we love the old boy. Definitely a part of our family. For sure.

Do your kids adore Wookie, too?
They love Wookie. Wookie likes to cuddle up next to you on the couch and snuggle up. He’s definitely a lap dog. Then if Wookie’s not around, Camden’s the first to say, "Where’s Wookie?"
We were honored to be a part of the Most Beautiful edition of People, and Camden was the one that said, "Hey, we need to take Wookie to the photo shoot." You know, he wanted Wookie to be a part of the family picture. So if you see the spread in People, there’s Wookie on the couch with the family. He’s definitely a part of our family and the kids love him.
Do you think that Wookie knows that he belongs to a famous family? Has he been stalked by the pup-arazzi at all?
Well, early on, I guess before we had kids, he was a little more photographed than he is now.
He’s definitely lived a privileged life. He’s the dog in a designer bag in first class under the seat, and he’s been that way since he was a puppy.
I don’t know if he knows. I don’t know if he’s conferred with the other dogs at the dog park and they’re swapping stories and he realizes how good he has it. But he’s got it good.
Does he consort with other dogs of famous people, too, or are most of his friends just kind of regular folks?
When we toured with the New Kids (on the Block) a few years back, Donnie (Wahlberg)’s got a French bulldog — and it’s funny because I was out walking Wookie and then Donnie comes out with this big French bulldog, who’s a little bit more of a manly dog than Wookie. And I’m like, "Come on Wookie. Do me proud. Stand up to him," you know, and of course, Wookie wanted to hide behind me.
But no, he doesn’t make a habit out of hanging out with other famous dogs.
You recently partnered with the pet pharmaceutical company Zoetis on a campaign for the anti-itching drug Apoquel. How did you get involved?
I think they were looking for someone who could identify with what this was all about. I got a call and (was asked), "Has Wookie ever had this kind of situation?" I said, actually he has and we’re actually on the medication. So it was just a very organic fit.

Wookie once met Donnie Wahlberg's French bulldog. "Wookie wanted to hide behind me," Lachey told TODAY.
Do you sing to Wookie?
I sing to everyone and everything. I’m a singer. So, yes. Wookie’s been serenaded a few times.
Hey, anyone who wants to sing for their pets or make up songs for their pets, I am fully endorsing that. Music is the pathway to results. It works with kids, it works with dogs. Try it.
Additional fun fact: A dog's ideal body temperature is between 97 and 99 degrees. In other words: 98 Degrees.

Drew Lachey Will Star in Reading of New Musical Bulldozer


The pop star will play Robert Moses in the upcoming presentation
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Drew Lachey, the 98 Degrees star seen on Broadway in Rent and Spamalot, will play Robert Moses in a reading of the new musical Bulldozer May 22 at 12:30 PM and 6:15 PM in Manhattan.
Karen Carpenter will direct a cast that also includes Dave Thomas Brown, Tessa Grady, Ryan Knowles, and Shorey Walker.
Bulldozer, which features a book by Peter Galperin and Scot Kadin (based on a concept by Galeprin) and music and lyrics by Galperin, tells the story of Robert Moses, a man who literally shaped New York through his control of its park system, streets, bridges, and tunnels.
“There could not be a more timely tale,” said Carpenter in a statement. “Moses single-handedly sold the soul of NYC to the automobile, building by decree, transcending local politics, unseen omnipotent, running roughshod over the common man—building highways at the expense of people and neighborhoods and mass transit.”

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