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    Tour de Houston

    Annual Bike Ride to Raise Funds for City's Reforestation Projects

    Tour de Houston Presented by Apache Corporation March 19, 2017 
    Ride Joins Bayou City Classic Run/Walk Again March 18, 2017 as Part of 
    Mayor's Wellness Weekend

    Great Shows

    A wonderful restored barn from the the 1840s provides fabulous acoustics at this Woodlands music venue, an intimate forum for great artists. See who's coming next.

    Storytime

    It's Uncle Dan Gallo's Storytime. If you missed this morning's storytime, don't fear, we have it here!

    Uncle Guido

    Uncle Guido is here - on demand. Several times a week we will update the Uncle Guido Podcast so check back often!

    Megaphone Newsreel

    Its the Megaphone Newsreel podcast from the Dan Gallo Morning show. Check back often as we update several time per week.

    Events

    Entertainment News

    The two surviving members of the Beatles came together in a studio on Sunday for their first recording session together in seven years, according to a social media post from drummer Ringo Starr.

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    "Thanks for coming over, man, and playing great bass," Starr wrote on Twitter alongside a photo of himself laughing with Paul McCartney. "I love you, man. Peace and love."

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    Starr's publicist confirmed to Billboard that McCartney was in the studio to contribute to Starr's upcoming album. The album is set for release this year, although no date has been announced, the site reported.

    Starr also shared an image of the pair posing with Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh, Starr's brother-in-law.

    "What a day I'm having," he wrote.

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    Starr shared the photos just days after TMZ reported that McCartney, Starr, Walsh, actor Tom Hanks and musician Dave Grohl went to dinner together in Santa Monica.

    Starr and McCartney last collaborated on the drummer's 2010 LP "Y Not," according to Rolling Stone. McCartney sings on the song "Walk With You" and plays bass on "Peace Dream."

    In a new interview with Rolling Stone magazine, guitarist Derek Trucks, the nephew of late Allman Brothers drummer Butch Trucks, says that he is unsure why his uncle committed suicide last month at his Florida home, but that he seemed to be "looking forward."

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    Derek Trucks, who was also a member of the Allmans as well as his own band and The Tedeschi Trucks Band with singer wife Susan Tedeschi, said he hadn't been that close with Butch since the Allmans disbanded. As he told Rolling Stone's David Fricke online and in the magazine's current issue:

    "Our relationship since the split of the band – it didn't get closer. I needed to find some fresh air. But I would read interviews with him. He was as rambunctious as ever, his full Butch-blazing self right to the end."

    >> Related: Butch Trucks, Allman Brothers Band drummer and founding member, dies at 69

    Trucks told Rolling Stone that he had just read Butch's last interview.

    "I read it thinking maybe there was some insight into why it happened, what happened. He was talking about the band he was playing with. There was a lot of looking forward. It didn't seem like a note."

    >> Related: Police: Founding Allman Brothers Band member, Butch Trucks, committed suicide

    In the article, he credited his uncle with keeping the band focused on co-founder Duane Allman's philosophy of playing with gusto and integrity. He also praised the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer's powerhouse shuffle drum style and called him "the heart in the engine" of the Allman Brothers Band.

    Hoda Kotb is really good at keeping a secret.

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    In an emotional phone call with her co-anchors Tuesday, Hoda announced on-air on the "Today" show that she adopted a baby girl. 

    Most of her co-anchors, aside from Matt Lauer and Kathie Lee, were surprised by the news.

    Jenna Bush Hager and Kathie Lee cried when Hoda called in to share the news on-air.

    “I’ve got the biggest mouth in the world and I’ve said zilch,” said Kathie Lee.

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    Hoda has been absent from the “Today Show” for a few weeks. Now, her fans finally know why.

    Little baby Haley was born on Valentine’s Day.

    “This is such fantastic news. This little girl, Haley, is the luckiest girl on the planet,” said Lauer. “You are going to be one of the most fantastic moms I can ever imagine.”

    Hoda and her boyfriend, Joel Schiffman, have been dating since June 2013. She has no biological children and often shares her love of kids on-air. She is the proud aunt of her nieces Hannah and Ella.

    Happy Saturday ! Xoxo

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    She says she’s excited to embark on this new journey. 

    Congratulations to Hoda!

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