Jennifer's warmth and charm embody the joy of the seasonNettles to host CMA Christmas special Oct 21, 2010
The themes you find in country music are the foundation of what makes the holidays meaningful -- the comfort of home, family and friendsNettles to host CMA Christmas special Oct 21, 2010
I really am in disbelief at how badly this has been blunderedEx-FBI agent: DNA can prove Knox innocent Sep 14, 2010
This year with all the downtown businesses, as well as our tourism industry, suffering huge losses due to flood damage, it is vitally important to the Nashville business community that CMA Music Festival continues as plannedCMA fest proceeds going to flood relief May 06, 2010
Our announced lineup this year is the strongest ever and a country music enthusiast's dream billCMA Music Festival TV special planned Jun 04, 2010
Steven Dean Moore (born September 22, 1979) is a former Canadian professional ice hockey center, best known for receiving what turned out to be a career-ending injury as a result of an illegal hit by then Vancouver Canucks forward Todd Bertuzzi.
Steven Dean Moore, his older brother, Mark, and younger brother, Dominic, all played four years at Harvard University. Because of their relative closeness in age, all three were able to play in the same year for Harvard during the 1999–2000 season. Dominic also went on to play in the NHL.
He was drafted by the Colorado Avalanche in the 1998 NHL Entry Draft in the second round, being 53rd pick overall. Moore played in 69 games for the Avalanche from 2001 to 2004, scoring five goals and seven assists before being seriously injured by Todd Bertuzzi who at the time played for the Vancouver Canucks (see below).