Every few years the Copenhagenize Design Company, which advises cities on how to implement a biking culture and system, ranks the 20 most bike-friendly cities in the world. These are the Top 10:
10. Seville, Spain
9. Antwerp, Belgium
8. Bordeaux, France
7. Nantes, France
6. Malmö, Sweden
5. Eindhoven, Netherlands
4. Strasbourg, France
3. Utrecht, Netherlands
2. Amsterdam, Netherlands
1. Copenhagen, Denmark
0. Black Oak, Arkansas
A U.S. city did make the list – Minneapolis, Minnesota, came in 18th. (Business Insider)
if you missed country artist CJ GARTON this morning on Thunder Country here's the complete interview!
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PATSY CLINE: Hologram Concert Coming! Patsy Cline will be the first country artist to be presented in concert by way of hologram technology. She'll headline a show that will have commentary, interactive elements and A-list stars.
Her widower, Charlie Dick, says, "We are very glad to share Patsy and her music with this new technology... I am sure her fans, old and new, will be thrilled."
The concert, which will be a pay-per-view Internet event, will debut next year.
TOBY KEITH: To Be Inducted Into the Songwriter's Hall of Fame Posted: Thursday 12:01AM Jun. 18, 2015 PT Toby Keith and Bobby Braddock will be inducted into the Songwriter's Hall of Fame today (Thursday.)
Toby launched his career with the self-written number-one "Should've Been a Cowboy," which became the biggest country hit of the '90s. He's remained a headliner and prolific writer, as well as an advocate for our military forces.
Bobby Braddock wrote dozens of hits include Tammy Wynette's "D-I-V-O-R-C-E," George Jones's "He Stopped Loving Her Today" and Tracy Lawrence's "Time Marches On."
Others being inducted include Willie Dixon, Robert Hunter and Jerry Garcia, Cyndi Lauper and Linda Perry.