Dolly Parton celebrates Imagination Library 10th anniversary Veteran country performer Dolly Parton was on hand in Nashville, Tennessee, to mark the 10th anniversary of her Imagination Library program, which helps put books into the hands of kids. Parton said the program is personal for her, as her father was illiterate. She was joined at the event by current Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam and Phil Bredesen, the state's former governor who was in office when the program was created. The ceremony was also held to mark the 10th anniversary since the launch of an annual bus tour for the Governor's Books from Birth Foundation.
GLAAD praises networks in annual survey For the first time, three networks have rated "excellent" in an annual survey of LGBT portrayals on television, the LGBT media advocacy organization GLAAD said Wednesday.
'Big Brother' star is HIV positive When "Evel Dick" Donato left "Big Brother 13" during filming, he cited only "personal reasons" for his decision. He's now revealing the reason for his exit: He is HIV positive.
Family gives Lady Antebellum new outlook NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Before singer Charles Kelley and his Lady Antebellum bandmates started writing songs for their new album, Kelley's wife advised him to take a few chances rather than stick to the minimal, mellow sound that dominated the trio's last two albums....
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