That's especially surprising, because Joe Jonas spoke with the Journal Sentinel at 5 p.m. CST Sunday, and during the interview, there was no sign of dissent. Jonas did say, though, that the band was "always in and out of the studio" trying to finalize its forthcoming fifth album "V," which Jonas said he hoped would be self-released by next month. Now, according to the People story, that album is up in the air. "There are days that are tough," Jonas told the Journal Sentinel Sunday about getting the band back together.
The former leaders of the "Bike the Bridge" tour say they've turned to Tour de Troit to plan Sunday's international cycling event. The 20-mile international ride starts at southwest Detroit's Clark Park, crosses the bridge to Windsor, Ontario, and heads back to Michigan. Registration for this year's ride is closed because the 150-rider limit has been reached.
PGA Tour Courage Award goes to Erik Compton
He was a second-team All-American in 2001 at Georgia and played on the 2001 Walker Cup team. "Through the help of family, doctors and friends, I have gone from being someone lying on his back in recovery to someone walking the fairways of the PGA Tour," said Compton, who won the 2011 Mexico Open on the Web.com Tour and earned his PGA Tour card for 2012 after finishing 13th on the season-ending money list. He remained exempt for this season by finishing in the top-100 in the FedExCup standings. "Not only has playing on Tour been a dream of mine, but it has also served greatly in the healing process.