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first_imgTwiddle and Aqueous returned to the Town Ballroom last night, March 5th, for the second consecutive night of music at the renowned Buffalo, NY venue. As with the first night, the two bands traded sit-ins to provide some extra love for the fans in attendance.It all started during Aqueous’s set, when the band busted out a cover of David Bowie’s “Let’s Dance” for the first time in 67 shows. Drummer Rob Houk took lead vocals, allowing an empty seat for one Brook Jordan to sit in on drums. After “Let’s Dance,” Jordan left the stage, and Aqueous made their way through “Complex Pt. I” and “Origami” to close their supporting set. You can watch video of Aqueous’ full performance below, courtesy of Youtube user, TheKamherst.Setlist: Aqueous | Town Ballroom | Buffalo, NY | 3/5/2017Set 1: Underlyer > Marty, Eon Don > Let’s Dance¹ ² > Complex Pt. I, OrigamiNotes:¹ Rob on vocals² Brook Jordan [Twiddle] on drumsNext up, Twiddle took the stage to throw down for the second night of their sold-out run at Town Ballroom. The first set was kicked off by “Subconscious Prelude,” followed by an “Apples” sandwich with “Funky Town” placed squarely in between “Apples.” After this upbeat combination, Twiddle moved into “Gatsby The Great,” video of which can be seen below, courtesy of TheKamherst, and then used “Dusk ‘Til Dawn” and “The Catapillar” to close out the first set.“Gatsby The Great”Twiddle’s second set was a massive and sprawling four-song salute. After “Earth Mama” opened the set, the band used “Wasabi Eruption” as a springboard into “The Box,” video of which can be seen below, courtesy of The Kamherst.“The Box”However, it was really the end of the show during which things got special and they paid Aqueous back for Brook Jordan’s sit-in earlier in the evening. For “Syncopated Healing,” Twiddle brought out Mike Gantzer of opening act, Aqueous, to join them on guitar. After a quick break, Twiddle returned to the stage for the encore with Gantzer again to help out, this time on Radiohead’s “Karma Police.” You can check out videos of Mike Gantzer sitting in on “Syncopated Healing” and “Karma Police” below, courtesy of The Kamherst.“Syncopated Healing” with Mike Gantzer“Karma Police” with Mike GantzerSetlist: Twiddle | Town Ballroom | Buffalo, NY | 3/5/2017Set 1: Subconscious Prelude, Apples -> Funky Town -> Apples, Gatsby The Great, Dusk ‘Til Dawn, The CatapillarSet 2: Earth Mama, Wasabi Eruption -> The Box, Syncopated Healing [1]Encore: Karma Police [1][1] “Syncopated Healing” and “Karma Police” featured Mike Gantzer (Aqueous) on guitar.last_img read more

first_imgRising jam band Formula 5 is gearing up for a huge 2018. The Upstate New York upstarts have just announced a fifteen-show winter tour spanning December, January, February & March, as well as their very own festival, set to take place in summer 2018.The band’s winter tour kicks off on December 1st at Nietzche’s in Buffalo, NY, after which the band will make a stop in Geneva, NY to perform at the brand new venue FLX LIVE. A few weeks later, F5 will hit DROM in New York City for a post-Phish late night show, their final show of 2017. The tour really gears up on January 18th, when the band delivers a four-night run throughout North Carolina, before returning to upstate New York and the New England area for the rest of their winter tour dates. The tour will wrap up March 10th at Jewel in Manchester, NH. Supporting the band on their Winter tour will be a collection of impressive up-and-comers, such as Space Carnival, Strange Machines, Swimmer, and Fondude.Members of Turkuaz, Pink Talking Fish, Trey Anastasio Band, And More To Perform Michael Jackson Tribute For Phish After-PartyFormula 5’s forthcoming new festival, called Rock the Dock festival, is set to take place in Lake George, NY on July 13th, 2018. While details about Rock the Dock are limited at this time, prepare to watch the band perform on the waterfront while on one of Lake George’s famous steamboats! More information on Rock the Dock will be revealed in the Spring.See below for all of the Formula 5 Winter tour dates announced today, as well as art for the group’s upcoming music festival, Rock The Dock. For more information on their winter tour or Rock the Dock, visit Formula 5’s website.last_img read more

first_imgIf there is one thing we can learn from Albania, it is how the law is enforced, at least in this case. And where is Croatia in this story? Wild illegal construction? Construction along the coast? We have simply legalized illegal construction. Photo by El Pais / Source: Večernji list, N1, El Pais The owner of a restaurant in Porto Palermo, a popular resort in southern Albania, has been arrested after attacking three tourists from Spain and two Albanians. But the most important thing about this story is how the Albanian authorities during the investigation established that the owner of the restaurant did not have a work permit and that no tax had been paid for three years. Prema jednoj verziji priče vlasnik je turiste napao jer nisu platili račun, a druga verzija kaže da je “poludio” kad su se gosti požalili na lošu hranu i uslugu. Koja god verzija bila točna, svakako nema opravdanja za ovakvo ponašanje prema gostima. Usluga je alfa i omega u turizmu. The reaction that followed should be an example to our authorities. Authorities simply bulldozed the restaurant. A clear message to all those who do not pay taxes. Source: El Paislast_img read more

first_img77 Commodore Drive Paradise WatersTHIS Commodore Drive mansion commands the most attention in its waterfront neighbourhood, with a dramatic design built around a central atrium and a glass roof. The 1989 home has been through a succession of high-profile hands including the Sunland and Raptis groups, a rich Japanese businesswoman and a company with Malaysian links. 77 Commodore Drive Paradise WatersMr Collie said he added solar panels, a veranda, new double doors to the front entry and repainted the home.“It was originally black and grey,” he said. “I never imagined changing the home structurally because it has such a unique and beautiful design.”77 Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters4 5 4Price: $4.85 millionFeatures: Outdoor kitchen, swimming pool and atrium Area: 870sq mAgent: Elie Fakhri and Paula Fakhri, Joseph Douglas Realty, Surfers Paradise 77 Commodore Drive Paradise Waters“Over the years I have made some of my own upgrades and put our own style to it.“I have lived in a number of homes, some of them were the same size as this but the design was nowhere near as clever as this home.“It is a very easy home to live in, and it is comfortable while still being elegant.” 77 Commodore Drive Paradise WatersThe current homeowners, Kiwi couple Wayne and Elaine Collie bought the residence in 2004 after they looked at almost 100 homes between Noosa and Coolangatta. “We were living in New Zealand at the time and looking for a home on the coast which was close enough for our daughter Nadia to go to Bond University,” the businessman said. 77 Commodore Drive Paradise Waters“It was important to find a home that was well located in the middle of town and had a good neighbourhood, but this property also had a certain jaw-dropping presence about it.“When we stepped inside, the foyer really captured our attention.” Floor-to-ceiling glass in the lounge provide views of Main Beach and Southport.Dolphins are regular guests at the waterfront property, swimming up to the pontoon. 77 Commodore Drive Paradise WatersMore from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North9 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoDespite its luxurious style, Mr Collie said it was a practical home above all. “I can be in the study while we have a full house and I won’t notice it because of the space and clever floor plan,” he said. “There are always friends or family over.” The home is designed with two separate wings with bedrooms on either side. 77 Commodore Drive Paradise WatersThe four bedrooms have a hotel style and the main bedroom features a private balcony. Mr and Mrs Collie have not had to pay an electricity bill in eight years.“For a luxury home it is sustainable too,” Mr Collie said.last_img read more

first_imgMilan: Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice as Juventus closed out 2018 on a high with a 2-1 win over Sampdoria to set a new points record in Serie A before the winter break on Saturday. Not to be outdone, however, Napoli’s Arkadiusz Milik also bagged a brace with a 3-2 home win against Bologna to keep the pressure on the champions. Ronaldo-powered Juventus have achieved a record number of points before the three-week winter break with 53 from 19 games. Napoli are nine points behind in second, with Inter Milan a further five adrift in third, days after their clash at the San Siro was overshadowed by the death of a supporter with Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly targetted by racist chanting. Koulibaly was suspended for Saturday’s game but fans showed their support in his San Paolo stadium by wearing masks with the defender’s face and holding up banners saying: “We are all Koulibaly”.           Dries Mertens sealed victory two minutes from time after Bologna battled back twice to level Milik’s goals on 15 and 51 minutes. “It was important to end the year on a high and it wasn’t at all easy,” said Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri after a game in which the video assistant referee played a key role. Two penalties were decided by VAR with Sampordia also having a late equaliser ruled out. Ronaldo curled in the opener after just two minutes in Turin, adding a second from the spot on 65 minutes, to go top of Serie A’s scoring charts on 14 goals. Fabio Quagliarella pulled the Genoa outfit level with a penalty on 33 minutes, before Riccardo Saponara’s late equaliser was ruled offside.          Read More | Liverpool crush Arsenal 5-1 to extend lead in Premier LeagueSampdoria coach Marco Giampaolo, dismissing Ronaldo’s penalty as “a gift,” adding “that Saponara goal should never have been cancelled”. “For me, morally, the game was 2-2.” Read More | Lionel Messi hat-trick boosts Barcelona to top of La Liga tableThe seven-time reigning champions have dropped points just twice, against Genoa in October and Atalanta midweek, and are firmly on track for an eighth consecutive Scudetto. “Records are meaningless, if not to improve and raise the bar,” said Allegri. “We do have the perception that with Cristiano Ronaldo there’s a better chance of winning the Champions League. However, we’re not even in January yet and there’s a very long way to go.”         ‘Extraordinary’ The Portuguese striker found a way through early, picking up a Paulo Dybala cross to fire in past Sampdoria’s on-loan Juventus goalkeeper Emil Audero. Sampdoria pulled level following a penalty awarded following an Emre Can handball with Quagliarella making no mistake. The 35-year-old became the first player to score in nine consecutive Serie A games since David Trezeguet for Juventus in 2005.   Audero deflected over a Ronaldo header on the hour but the hosts went ahead when the referee pointed to the spot for an Alex Ferrari handball. Substitute Saponara looked to have grabbed a point deep into injury time but VAR ruled he was in an offside position. Napoli got back to winning ways after last week’s defeat in Milan, despite missing Koulibaly and Lorenzo Insigne, who were both suspended, and injured captain Marek Hamsik.             Bologna’s Federico Santander and Danilo levelled twice with headers before Mertens secured the win with a powerful drive from a distance. “We’re on track with expectations,” said Napoli coach Carlo Ancelotti. “We had some good results that have only been watered down by an extraordinary Juventus run.”  Earlier Inter Milan earned back-to-back wins with Senegalese winger Keita Balde scoring on 72 minutes in a game played without their fans after the racist abuse aimed at Koulibaly in the San Siro. “It was fundamental that we win this match,” said coach Luciano Spalletti.  Roma profitted from Sampdoria’s defeat to move up to fifth thanks to second half goals for Bryan Cristante (58) and Cengiz Under (75) in a 2-0 win over Parma. Lazio were held 1-1 by Torino in the Stadio Olimpico, as Atalanta beat Sassuolo 6-2 with Slovenian Josip Ilicic scoring a second-half hat-trick. The battle for European football is tight with just six points between Lazio in fourth and Fiorentina in tenth position. Meanwhile, bottom club Chievo achieved their first top flight success with a 1-0 win over fellow strugglers Frosinone. For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

first_img Associated Press March 26, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Louisville says the father of junior wide receiver Corey Reed Jr. died Wednesday morning from coronavirus in an Atlanta hospital. Corey Reed Sr. was 43. Federation president Gabriele Gravina says “now that we are not playing soccer, to return to doing so we need to win together the most important match against coronavirus.”Italy has nearly 75,000 infections and more than 7,500 fatalities from the virus.___Real Madrid and Spanish sports authorities say the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium will be used to store donations of medical supplies to help combat the coronavirus outbreak.The soccer club says it will use the stadium to store private donations. They will then be distributed by government authorities to hospitals. The Latest: Father of Louisville wide receiver dies of virus Cardinals coach Scott Satterfield expressed “deepest condolences” to Reed and his family in a release and said the program is there to support them. Satterfield added, “This horrible virus has affected so many people, and it’s even more difficult when it touches someone in the UofL football family.”Reed caught eight passes for 145 yards in 13 games in 2017 and played in two contests the next season. He returned to Louisville this spring after transferring to Iowa Western Community College.___Rafael Nadal and Pau Gasol have launched a campaign to encourage donations in the hope of raising 11 million euros ($12.1 million) to help Spain fight the coronavirus.The tennis and basketball stars said in videos posted on social media that they are supporting a Red Cross fundraising effort to help with the public health crisis. The Olympic mixed relay qualifying race had already been relocated to Valencia from Chengdu, China, and was scheduled for May 1.A World Cup event in Valencia had been scheduled for the next day. It’s the seventh World Cup race to be postponed.The International Triathlon Union says it will try to find new dates for both.The university worlds were to be staged on June 27-28 in Kecskemet.___ The German Football League, which oversees the top two divisions, will decide how the money is distributed. The league has previously said it fears many clubs could face financial collapse if games can’t resume.Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says “in these difficult times, it’s important that the stronger shoulders support the weaker shoulders.”___Paris Saint-Germain is selling a new jersey online with the profits going to local hospitals and nursing staff dealing with the coronavirus outbreak.The French champion’s jersey bears the emblem “Tous Unis” (All United) on the front.center_img The next race at risk is the French Grand Prix on May 17 at Le Mans.___The Turkish Boxing Federation says national team member Serhat Guler and trainer Seyfullah Dumlupinar tested positive for the coronavirus after returning from an Olympic qualifying competition in London.The federation says the boxing team went to a training camp in Sheffield on March 3 to prepare for the competition and traveled to London on March 11. All team members stayed at the same hotel and ate at the same cafeteria.The IOC is running the qualifying competitions for boxing because governing body AIBA has been suspended. A soccer exhibition between Mexico and Colombia on May 30 at Denver has been canceled because of the new coronavirus pandemic.Soccer United Marketing, the wing of Major League Soccer that was promoting the match, said Thursday the federations will attempt to reschedule the game before the World Cup in November 2022.___The Italian soccer federation has offered up its hotel and auditorium for people having their health monitored amid the coronavirus outbreak.The facilities outside Florence are normally used by Italy’s national soccer teams and also host high-level courses for coaches and sporting directors. Nadal and Gasol say they have made donations and urged others to follow their lead. Former Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas quickly said he would pitch in.Nadal says “I believe that we are who we are in large part thanks to your support and now we have to be there for you.”Spain has 56,188 infections and more than 4,000 fatalities from the virus.___Two major triathlons in Spain have been postponed and the world university triathlon championship in Hungary has been canceled because of the coronavirus outbreak. A total of 262,500 euros (about $288,000) will be raised if all 1,500 jerseys priced at 175 euros ($192) are sold.PSG president Nasser al-Khelaifi says “we can only be sensitive to and grateful for the astounding work” that medical staff on the front line have done against the virus.___The Spanish Grand Prix on the MotoGP circuit scheduled for May 3 has been postponed because of the coronavirus outbreak.It is the fifth MotoGP race to be canceled or postponed. Spain has 56,188 infections and more than 4,000 fatalities from the COVID-19 virus.Civic groups, businesses and individuals are donating much-needed masks and any material that can used to make protective gear for doctors and nurses.___Four German soccer clubs have pledged 20 million euros ($21.9 million) to support other teams struggling to stay afloat after games in the country were suspended because of the coronavirus outbreak.Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Leipzig and Bayer Leverkusen will forgo 12.5 million euros ($13.7 million) in as-yet undistributed TV money and add another 7.5 million euros ($8.2 million) from their own funds. All four clubs played in the Champions League this season, giving them extra income. The Turkish team competed on March 15 and 16 and returned home on March 17 after the IOC halted the competition. All team members were quarantined on return.The federation says Guler and Dumlupinar are being treated in the hospital. Two other boxers who complained of high fever are awaiting the results of their tests.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6last_img read more