After revealing their involvement with the Fox Theatre’s 25th anniversary earlier today, The String Cheese Incident has confirmed plans for a major spring tour celebration. Through 13 dates, the band will hit venues in Colorado, Utah and Nevada for a Winter Carnival 2017 – Roots Revival tour.The shows will run from March 3rd at the Fox Theatre in Boulder, CO and run through the 19th at the Crystal Bay Club in Crystal Bay, NV. Excluding the performance in Crested Butte, CO, all of the shows announced are part of multi-night runs from The String Cheese Incident. All of the venues chosen will be quite intimate, allowing for some up close and personal Cheese action!Take a look at the full schedule below. Tickets will be released via SCI Ticketing this Wednesday, January 11th at 11am MST, followed by a public on-sale on Friday, January 13th through venue outlets.
A plenary session of the Section of the Cultural Tourism Association was held at the Croatian Chamber of Commerce – Split County Chamber.Tanja Tokić Vukušić, Redono doo, was elected president of the newly established ŽK Split Section, and Marijana Joka-Restović, Authentica doo, Dubravka Birimiša, Pira tourist agency, Branka Ćubelić, Dreamtime doo and Dina Jakšić Pavasović, Jakšić galerija doo Business Secretary were elected vice presidents. The section is Ana Brzić from the Tourism Department of ŽK Split.The session was attended by representatives of institutions, galleries and travel agencies interested in the promotion and development of cultural tourism in the Split-Dalmatia County. They presented the work of the National Association of Cultural Tourism of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, according to which the Section will operate at the county level.The discussion highlighted the need for networking of various sectors, private and cultural institutions and associations, with the aim of designing events, education and tourism products and services that will promote the cultural heritage of Split-Dalmatia County, but also protect and protect it from excessive commercialization.The session announced two significant international events that will be held in Split this fall: the Forum of Adriatic-Ionian Chambers of Commerce, Cities and Universities, 16-18. October, whose round table of sustainable tourism will deal with cultural and creative tourism, and the International Conference of Tourism of Special Interest Split B2B, 17-20. October, on the topic of history, culture and archeology and youth tourism.The participants welcomed the initiative to establish the Section, concluding that the cooperation of all stakeholders in this specific segment of tourism is needed in order to raise the quality of its offer.
Quentin Hillsman said he never would have expected this result. Not with the way the game unfolded.Syracuse leading scorer Kayla Alexander was stuck on the bench with foul trouble. She didn’t make a shot from the field and finished with two points in nine minutes. The Orange’s go-to scorer in the low post had to watch from the sidelines.Enter Shakeya Leary.‘If you told me we would have a game where Kayla would have four fouls and we’d win by 20-something points, I wouldn’t believe it,’ SU’s head coach Hillsman said. ‘But Shakeya Leary stepped in and had a monster game today.’Leary had a career day as SU (13-2, 1-1 Big East) beat Seton Hall 75-50 in front of 1,135 at the Carrier Dome Saturday. The redshirt freshman tallied career highs with 13 points, 19 rebounds and seven blocks in another personal-best 29 minutes of action. Leary went 4-for-6 from the field and helped the Syracuse defense stifle the Pirates’ attack. The Orange held Seton Hall (7-9, 0-3) to just 21.3 percent shooting.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text‘These kinds of games of (Leary) playing well don’t surprise me,’ Hillsman said. ‘But obviously these numbers are big. I thought that she got minutes, that she got into a flow and she played well.’Both teams struggled mightily on offense to start the game. Through the first four minutes of action, the Orange turned the ball over six times while the Pirates coughed it up on seven possessions.Alexander picked up two quick fouls trying to work through her defenders in the post. Less than a minute after the second call, the sophomore center hacked Seton Hall forward Kandice Green in the post, forcing her to the bench for the rest of the half with 13:02 left on the clock.‘It was great to get her out of there,’ Seton Hall head coach Anne Donovan said. ‘But we can’t put the ball in the hole.’With Alexander out of the game, the Pirates repeatedly attacked the basket from the low post. But Leary wouldn’t budge underneath.If she didn’t send the shot back, the redshirt freshman simply held her ground and altered countless shots by Green and SHU center Tajay Ashmeade. And when those shots missed, Leary was right there to clean up the glass.She had 11 rebounds and six blocks by halftime.‘I just kept being physical,’ the soft-spoken Leary said. ‘Doing what coaches tell us to do.’While the Pirates struggled, sophomores Carmen Tyson-Thomas and Elashier Hall gave the Orange a spark it needed to end the first half on a 26-9 run. Tyson-Thomas came off the bench and knocked down knocked down three 3-pointers to give her 13 of her 15 points before the break. Hall added two 3s of her own in the first half and tallied nine of her team-leading 16 points in the first 20 minutes to help put SU up 39-21 at halftime.Alexander returned to the floor to open the second half but picked up her fourth foul trying to help on a drive to the basket with 18:37 left. The Orange’s leading scorer didn’t log any minutes after that, as SU didn’t need her on the court. Syracuse suffocated the Pirates’ offense and it never led by less than 16 after halftime.‘Just being everywhere,’ Hall said was key to SU’s performance on defense. ‘Playing hard, working hard, getting to the high post, getting to the corners. On every catch, we’re there. Just being aggressive and playing our principles.’And Leary continued her big day into the second half. She was the beneficiary of feeds from her Orange teammates underneath that resulted in easy buckets and was able to get to the free throw line nine times in the second half.And just as Hillsman said he wouldn’t expect a 75-50 win with Alexander on the bench in foul trouble, Seton Hall head coach Donovan said she was surprised by Leary’s performance, too.‘Clearly, Syracuse has some depth,’ Donovan said. ‘… Although I knew (Hillsman) had good players coming into the post, I didn’t expect (Leary) to come in and have that kind of double-double off the bench.’[email protected] Comments Published on January 7, 2011 at 12:00 pm Facebook Twitter Google+
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Kevin-Prince Boateng will return for Ghana to play in the potential World Cup qualifying group decider against Zambia later this year, ace commentator Moses Foh Amoaning has predicted.Boateng shocked the West African Nation when he called time on his international career after excelling for the Black Stars at the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.The AC Milan star claimed combining club duties with the national team was taken a toll on his health and decided to hang his international boot.There have been calls for the 25-year-old to return to the team and boost their chances of qualifying to their third successive World Cup.The veteran broadcaster who has launched a campaign to have the player rescind his decision claims he will be involved at some point in the qualifying campaign and predicts he will score two goals against the Chipolopolo at home.“Kevin-Boateng will play for the Black Stars. He will play in the game against Zambia and will score two goals,” Amoaning predicted on Happy FM “The people who were unhappy with his decision to quit will be the same who will hail him.“We’re doing lots of work in the background and I know what I’m talking about.“I have said time without number that we need him in the team. I’m hoping he will even play in the return leg against Sudan.“The people who matter at the FA know we need him and if he doesn’t suffer any injuries I’m positive he might even play in the game return game against Sudan.”“The road to Brazil is difficult and we need all our best players in the team to ensure we secure qualification,” he added “Don’t forget we’ll be involved in the difficult play-offs if we top our group and so there is lots of work to be done.”Sulley Muntari has hinted his AC Milan colleague could stage a return to the Black Stars in the foreseeable future.The former Germany Under-20 midfielder has been a keen follower of the Black Stars since he retired from the national team two years ago.
Under the Wildlife Act it is illegal to set fires in growing vegetation from 1st March to 31st August. Coillte appeals to anyone doing so to stop and for everyone to be vigilant when they are out, near, or in its forests. The amount of forest destroyed in recent days is four times the national annual average over the last 10 years and 200 hectares more than the total area burnt on Coillte property in 2010, itself the worst year on record. The costs include fire fighting, replacement of the trees lost and timber revenues foregone. Over the last few days fire crews, foresters and volunteers from the local communities have been fighting a number of dangerous forest fires in counties Donegal, Galway, Mayo, Sligo, Roscommon, Cavan, Monaghan, Cork and Waterford. In summary provisional estimates for hectares of Coillte forest lost by county are as follows. “We work closely with all the emergency services and we thank them for their support. The Gardai are treating these incidents very seriously and will be looking to pursue the people who started these fires. We call on anyone who has any information on recent fires to contact us or their local Garda station. Commenting on the losses John O’Sullivan, Regional Director Coillte Forest said: “Forest fires put the lives of the people who have to fight them at risk, as well as causing major damage to property, wild life and habitats. These forest fires are mainly as a result of careless and dangerous burning of vegetation in close proximity to forests. MORE than half of the forest lost in recent fires in the country were in Co Donegal, causing €2.5M worth of damage in this county, it was announced today.Recent forest fires across Coillte’s estate have destroyed 985 hectares (2,400 acres) of forests, with an estimated cost of approx €5 million.And Coillte revealed that 550 hectares – more than half of the area wiped – was in Co Donegal. CountyArea (Ha)Donegal 550Galway/ Mayo 250Sligo 40Roscommon 20Cavan 25Monaghan 80Cork / Waterford 20Total estimate to date 985DONEGAL FOREST FIRES COST €2.5M, REVEALS COILLTE was last modified: May 5th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) “We would like to extend our thanks to all those who have been working with us – the Defence Forces, Gardai, Fire Services along with our neighbours, forestry contractors and Coillte employees,” he said.
It has been said that ‘food is the ingredient that binds us together’, and the first event of the new ‘Food From The Holy Land’ project in Donegal did just that. People of all ages and from all over the world came together in the LOFT at Donegal Youth Service for a Syrian feast recently.The feast consisted of various types of authentic Syrian food, kindly cooked for the local community by two Syrian women Nadine Berri and Jawaher Kurdi who have recently come to live in Letterkenny with their families. Syrian Food Project participants from DLDC and DYS: Left to right: Eyad Meshael, Marie Corcran-Tindell, Michael Campbell, Frankie McGreevy, Bilal Abd El Jalil, Nadine Berri, Jawaher Kurdi, Obeida Abd Al Jalil“We had such a great day and we are extremely thankful to the people from Syria who put in so much effort allowing us all to appreciate their beautiful food,” LOFT Youth Worker Frankie McGreevy said.The Loft Youth Project, Donegal Youth Service and the Community Foundation for Ireland are delighted to host the new initiative in partnership with the Donegal Local Development Company Resettlement Programme. Donegal Youth Service is a countywide youth organisation, meeting the needs of young people all over Donegal. For more information you can pop in to 16-18 Port Road, Letterkenny, call 074 91 29630, email [email protected], visit www.donegalyouthservice.ie and stay up to date with us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Syrian feast brings community together at the LOFT was last modified: May 20th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Donegal Youth Serviceloftsyrian food event
CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos or videos on a mobile deviceOAKLAND — Jon Gruden called NFL games for ESPN for nine years, and during that time, America came to understand that one of his favorite plays in the world is called “Spider 2 Y Banana”.It seemed as if there wasn’t a Monday Night Football game where the play wasn’t mentioned. Spider 2 Y Banana became an inside joke of sorts for football nerds.But it’s a real play and Thursday night, Gruden called it just …
ALAMEDA — First impressions are everything, and the Oakland Raiders are intent on making rude introductions every week.For whatever the Raiders lack in offensive explosiveness, they more than make up for by establishing an aggressive tone on the very first drive of the game.Luckily they have a willing-and-able Mr. Rude Awakening in rookie Josh Jacobs, the sparingly used Alabama running back who saved up his energy to provide the Raiders with strong starts and make his own early push into …
FIRST LOOK: Hip-hop icon E-40 teams with 49ers on new music video 49ers on Wednesday: Where have all the defensive interceptions gone? Ward arrived in San Francisco just in time to say farewell to the Jim Harbaugh era, then watched as the 49ers brought in a new coaching staff for each of the next three seasons. With all the turbulence since being drafted, “there was a lot of stuff I couldn’t do,” Ward said, like show off the tackling technique he uses to bring down players nearly twice his weight (though which allowed Julio Jones to just cross the plane in the final play of Sunday’s loss to the Falcons).SEASON PASS DIGITAL OFFERIf you have not already, we strongly encourage you to sign up for a digital subscription, which gives you access to all content on the Mercury News and East Bay Times websites. With your support, we can continue bringing these stories — and much more — to your screens. Here’s where to sign up for the season pass: Mercury News, East Bay Times.This season, Ward has finally found a sliver of stability. He’s playing the position he loves at safety, and he’s doing it in the third year of Robert Saleh’s defensive system.He signed a one-year, prove-it deal worth $2 million this offseason. And prove it, he has — that is after another broken collarbone in the spring and broken finger that kept him out the first three weeks of the season. How much Jimmy G-to-Kittle is too much Jimmy G-to-Kittle? SANTA CLARA — By the time the fifth-year option on his rookie deal expired after the 2018 season, Jimmie Ward hadn’t garnered much goodwill from the 49ers’ fanbase.The oft-injured former first-round pick had cycled through four coaching staffs, moved from nickelback to safety to outside cornerback and back to safety. He suffered even more broken bones than he had coaches or positions.The constant churn took as much of a toll on him mentally as the injuries did physically.“I’m trying to move around and learn positions and learn new schemes, so that’s putting extra on my mind and my mind goes down to my body,” Ward said. “It all plays a part. … it kind of hurt my career. It definitely did.” Hall of Fame QB who once tormented 49ers now sees them as the NFC’s top playoff seed “Jimmie’s been playing fantastic football,” Saleh said.Ward’s turnaround was affirmed Tuesday, getting a nod as a Pro Bowl alternate — the first such selection of his career. Since he debuted in Week 5, Ward has made 54 tackles and ranked as one of Pro Football Focus’ top-graded safeties.Before he was a first-round pick, before he was an NFL defensive back, Ward was a 168-pound linebacker. He’s carried that mentality with him ever since.“He just wants to run and hit people,” Saleh said.Related Articles 49ers mix Pro Bowl quartet with surprising snubs That’s partly why the 49ers have stuck with him up to now. Can you hold it against a guy for playing too hard?Now find the nearest piece of wood and knock on it before this next sentence: Ward is in the midst of his longest stretch of healthy football since his second professional season. This Saturday against the Rams will be his 12th straight game. It’s the first time in his career that he’s had both good health and a stable role.He has even more to show than what he’s displayed as San Francisco’s starting free safety, he said, though he declined to expand. (“I don’t want teams to know what I don’t do,” he said with a laugh.)Will it be enough to keep Ward around? Neither he nor Saleh wanted to speculate on the future.“After this football season, it comes down to business,” Ward said. “I feel like they like me, but at the same time, it’s about business. It’s about money. It’s about who they want to pay and who they don’t want to pay. But that doesn’t have to do with anything right now.”