Load remaining images Vulfpeck Brooklyn Bowl 9/8/16 Last night marked the funky return of Vulfpeck to the Brooklyn Bowl, kicking off a three-night run at the famed Brooklyn, NY venue. Anticipation was high coming into the show, as the band delivered an exciting performance just one night prior at SummerStage in NYC’s Central Park. True to form, Vulfpeck brought out many special guests, delighting fans with material new and old for an unforgettable night.At different times, the band brought out guitarist Cory Wong, keyboardist/vocalist/songwriter Joey Dosik, trombonist Melissa Gardiner, percussion master Richie Rodriguez, vocal powerhouse Antwaun Stanley, and drummer Bernard Purdie. You can read the full review here, as written by the Vulfpack creator Kendall Deflin, but we wanted to share a little something special with our readers.Thanks to taper Eric McRoberts, we can stream some full audio from last night’s exciting Brooklyn Bowl run opener. Check out the full stream here, and see below for a beautiful gallery of images as taken by Patrick Hughes/Faces of Festivals. Enjoy the grooves!* w/ Bernard Purdie – [email protected] w/ Melissa Gardiner – Trombone# w/ Antwaun Stanley – Vocals% w/ Joey Dosik – Keys / Vocals / SaxophonePro-shot video has also emerged, courtesy of micapaw groove:
There are days when I’m filled with energy, ready to take on the day. And then there are some days where no matter what, I’m sleepy. Are you habitually sluggish and in need of an energy boost? Consider these three things you may be doing that are keeping you tired and whether certain simple changes can perk you up.Not eating enoughSwimsuit season is around the corner and many of us feel the need to drop some weight. Remember that your body needs certain nutrients throughout the day to stay healthy and alert. Just because you’re trying to lose weight, doesn’t mean you should cut out things your body needs to be effective. Instead, look into certain simple diets to help you shed the pounds, while still allowing you to enjoy eating.Strange sleep scheduleIt can be difficult to go to sleep at the exact same time every day. Sometimes you want to stay up and binge on Netflix. Other times your children can’t stay asleep so your nighttime routine is out of whack. The key to feeling rested the next day is doing the best you can to limit inconsistent bedtimes. It’s not always easy but the more structure you have, the more appreciative your body will be.Avoiding exerciseWhen you’re sleepy and want to relax, the last thing you’ll feel motivated to do is exercise. If you can muster the strength and get moving, trust me, you’ll be glad you did. I’m one who doesn’t care to exercise, but when I do, I feel a great deal better. Working out may be hard to initiate but the health benefits are undisputed. So whether it’s heading to the gym, the outdoor track, or simply a nice walk through the neighborhood, take time out of your day to stay active. Making this a part of your regular routine is a sure-fire way to feel less tired in the days to come.Save 55SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Wendy Moody Wendy Moody is a Senior Editor with CUInsight.com. Wendy works with the editorial team to help edit the content including current news, press releases, jobs and events. She keeps … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details
The SDMS AquaTrojans are 3-0 after taking on the larger Richmond Middle School Swimming and Diving team on Tuesday in St. Leon. The Girls won 146-38 and the Boys won 124-57. Individual Winners include: Aubree Popen – 200 Freestyle; Reagan Reany – 200 IM, 100 Butterfly; Ayden Ketchem – 200 IM, 100 Breaststroke; Riley Reany – 50 Freestyle, 100 Backstroke; Bree Cleary – 1 meter diving; Logan Burbrink – 1 meter diving; Henry Strotman – 100 Butterfly, 500 Freestyle; Ella Maxwell – 100 Freestyle; Issac Quick – 100 Freestyle; Elle Jankovsky – 500 Freestyle; Kyle Goodwin – 100 Backstroke; Madison Goodwin – 100 Breaststroke. SDMS won 5 of 6 relays. The AquaTrojans host conference rival, Connersville, on Thursday. Come out and support the AquaTrojans!!! Courtesy of AquaTrojans Coach Brandon Loveless.
At least nine migrant labourers were killed after an elevator box being used for an under-construction tunnel plunged into the ground near Bhigwan in Pune district, 100 km from here.The incident occurred on Monday evening. The tragedy struck as the deceased were emerging from the underground tunnel aimed at linking the Nira and Bhima Rivers near Indapur Taluk. The deceased have been identified as Mukesh Maurya, Mukesh Kumar, Sushant Pandi, Sabinga Naidu, Avinash Reddy, Chhotu Gole, Surendra Yadav, Rahul Narute and Balram Suan.“The elevator carrying the workers and construction equipment plunged down at least 100 feet after the cable broke. We will be conducting a thorough probe into the tragedy,” said Inspector Neelkanth Rathod of the Bigwan police station.The State government has announced an ex gratia of ₹2 lakh to the kin of the deceased, informed State Water Resources Minister Girish Mahajan.The labourers were working on the project which involves the construction of a 24.8 km-long ‘Nira-Bhima Link -5’ underground tunnel which is to enable the waters of the Nira River to be linked to the Bima River Bhima in a bid to bring relief to parched districts in the State.
Security forces killed three militants, including Tehreek-ul-Mujahideen Srinagar district commander Muhammad Ehsan Fazili alias Eesa, in Anantnag on Sunday night.Amid violent protests, the authorities placed parts of Srinagar and south Kashmir under security restrictions. Educational institutions were closed and exams cancelled. Train services were suspended.Police said, Fazili and two others were killed during a search operation.The police identified the second slain militant as Syed Owais, an affiliate of the Hizbul Mujahideen, and a resident of Kokernag. “The identify of the third is being ascertained,” the police said adding that arms and ammunition, including AK-47 rifles, pistols, hand grenades were recovered from the encounter site.Fazili, a student of Bachelor of Technology of Baba Ghulam Shah University, had joined the militants in September last year and “was involved in a recent attack on a police guard post at Soura, in which one police constable was killed”, said the spokesman.The policeman’s killing was also claimed by the Islamic State-affiliated news magazine ‘Amaq’, fuelling speculation about local militants’ links with the group.Violent protestsViolent protests broke out as hundreds of locals participated in the funeral prayers of Fazili and Owais in Srinagar and Kokernag.The protesters raised green and black flags. A few protesters unfurled the IS flags in the procession held for Fazili. They chanted pro-azadi and pro-militant slogans. Security forces used smoke shells to control the situation.Clashes spread in large parts of Srinagar. Several vehicles were damaged by the stone-throwing protesters. Most offices and business centres also remained closed.Top separatist leaders, including Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Yasin Malik, were placed under house arrest.
Arsenal boss Emery lauds ‘humble’ Gabriel Martinelliby Freddie Taylora month agoSend to a friendShare the loveArsenal manager Unai Emery was full of praise for Gabriel Martinelli after his performance against Nottingham Forest.The youngster was one of several fringe players who got a chance in the Carabao Cup game, which Arsenal won 5-0.And Martinelli was singled out for praise by Emery in his post-match comments to the club’s official website.Emery said: “Martinelli is a very young player. But he came here and we were waiting and watching him, how he could improve with us and really, really in the pre-season he played very well. “He was working in each training with a big spirit and with a big performance and I spoke with him to have some passion for when he gets his opportunity to play, to do like he was doing in the training and the matches in the pre-season. Tonight he did that. “Really, he deserved it because he is very humble, a humble player and he fights, he is hungry to have that opportunity to help us and really it was perfect, his work tonight.” About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say
TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Man Utd to try again for Benfica defender Ruben Diasby Paul Vegas15 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United are ready to try again for Benfica defender Ruben Dias.United may have to splurge up to £80million to prise the 22-year-old away from the Portuguese capital, says The Sun.They made moves for the Portugal international in the summer but missed out.Now with Benfica set to offer the centre-back improved terms, his release clause will rise dramatically from £60m.Benfica are desperate to keep hold of their star man and are believed to be willing to pay him big money in a new deal.But the lure of Manchester United could prove tough to resist for the player.
China’s shipbuilder AVIC Weihai Shipyard has held a keel-laying ceremony for a new RoPax vessel being built for Swedish ferry company Stena Line.The traditional maritime event, which took place on February 2, 2018, marks the start of the construction phase of the hull and the exterior parts of the vessel.“This is an important milestone in our exciting new ship building project,” Niclas Mårtensson, CEO Stena Line, said.Stena Line’s new RoPax vessels will be deployed on the Irish Sea. The new vessels, which will be 50% bigger than today’s standard RoPax units, have a planned delivery timetable during 2019 and 2020.“Our overall target is that these vessels will be the absolute state-of-the-art when it comes to energy efficiency, flexibility and customer service. In particular, we are placing heavy emphasis on developing a range of exciting new digital features which will provide our customers with unique additional services connected with their journey as well as developing a new, integrated digital onboard experience,” Mårtensson added.Featuring a length of 214.5 meters and a breadth of 27.8 meters, the new ships are capable of carrying 1,000 passengers.Image Courtesy: Stena Line
Vodafone Germany has added white label smart TV and OTT specialist NetRange’s smart TV portal to its TV offering.Vodafone has integrated NetRange’s portal in its TV user interface and has made access to NetRange’s on-demand services available free of charge to its customers via its TV Center boxes.“Vodafone ranges among the top brands worldwide and is therefore one of our most prestigious customers. Again, we can prove that we fulfill the highest demands of our customers concerning the quality of service”, said Jan Wendt, CEO of NetRange.
Sky-backed US set-top box start-up, Caavo, is due to launch the first 5,000 units of its unified home entertainment box this autumn.Caavo first unveiled its set-top box design at the Code Media conference in California in February, and the launch follows two-years of development and beta testing for the product.The San Francisco Bay Area-headquartered company aims to connect pay TV, streaming, and gaming in one box, which can be operated using a single remote control.Caavo was co-founded in 2015 by late Slingbox founder Blake Krikorian and tech veterans Andrew Einaudi, Ashish Aggarwal and Vinod Gopinath.Einaudi is company CEO and previously worked at Microsoft on the Xbox team that launched the Xbox One.Krikorian died unexpectedly last year aged 48. He first developed the Slingbox TV streaming media device with his brother Jason Krikorian in 2002 and sold the business to Echostar in 2007.Sky invested US$2 million (€1.8 million) in Caavo last year while the company was still a stealth startup that described itself as “the missing link between your TV and you”.Caavo is one of a number of media and technology startups that the European pay TV operator has backed in recent years, alongside the likes of eSports broadcaster Ginx TV, French over-the-top TV platform Molotov, IP streaming service provider Roku, and cinematic VR company Jaunt.