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Saturday March 26th, 2022 day edition

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After Foo Fighters founder and frontman Dave Grohl, Hawkins was probably the most prominent member of the group, appearing alongside Grohl in interviews and playing prominent roles in the band’s videos.

Taylor Hawkins and Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl.

He also starred in Foo Fighters’ recently released horror-comedy film Studio 666, in which a demonic force in a house the band is staying in seizes Grohl and makes him murderous.

Hawkins was the Foo Fighters’ drummer for 25 of the band’s 28 years, taking over from original drummer William Goldsmith in 1997.

He then spent the mid-1990s as the touring drummer for Alanis Morissette before Grohl asked him to join the Foo Fighters.

His first album with the Foo Fighters was 1999’s There Is Nothing Left To Lose.

He said Foo Fighters played a show in West Hollywood’s Troubadour during the lockdown, to help raise money for roadies and small venues. »

Dog abandoned for being 'gay' is adopted by same-sex couple

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A dog who made national headlines this month after being abandoned by his owners for being “gay” has been adopted by a same-sex couple.

Last week, WCCB-TV in Charlotte, North Carolina, reported that 5-year-old Fezco was surrendered to Stanly County Animal Protective Services by his owners after the pup “humped another male dog.”

The couple has another dog, a small rescue named Harry that they adopted about 10 years ago. »

Elden Ring Release Interview with Director Miyazaki (Part 1/2) – Discussing Lore and Field Design

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Elden Ring director Miyazaki Hidetaka discussed the game in an interview in the 10 March 2022 issue of Weekly Famitsu.

Also see: Elden Ring Director Miyazaki Discusses the Story and G.R.R. Martin’s Involvement.

Miyazaki says that the mythos existed from an early stage of development, and was filled not just with wondrous things but also complicated and interesting interpersonal relationships. »