Melvin Seals joined Cats Under the Stars at The Flying Monkey Movie House & Performance Center for a special performance in Plymouth, NH last Friday, March 11th. The evening was a pre-party celebration for the upcoming Jerry Jam Festival to be held in Bath, NH from July 21-24. Cats Under the Stars includes Josh Dobbs on keys, Brian Harris on bass, Zach Nugent on guitar, and Joe Chapman on drums. Joining them for the evening were Heidi Harris and Devin Noel on vocals. The evening opened with a jamming warm-up-the-audience set by Otis Grove, a band from Boston who will also be performing at the summer fest.When Cats took the stage, the audience was brought back to 1964 with a cover Marvin Gaye’s “How Sweet It Is to be Loved by You.” Seals’ fingers danced around the keys as the band brought the venue into party mode for the evening. A slow jam created a calm mood as they eased into “He Ain’t Give You None.” The energy quickly picked up as the notes dove into an organ filled, guitar rollin’ “Ain’t No Bread in the Breadbox.” Harris slapped out bass tones, dripping of funky vibes, as Chapman kept the beat moving, taking the audience on a wild ride. Nugent’s smooth voice and sleek guitar slid right into “I’ll Take A Melody,” prompting the angelic vocals of Harris and Noel to be brought to the forefront as they filled the spaces with creamy tones. An upbeat “Strugglin’ Man” kept fans grooving with a sunshine-glow summery feel as Dobbs joined in for his first appearance in the set, before progressing into an easy “The Maker.” “Everybody Needs Somebody to Love” was crammed with enthusiasm as Nugent took the crowd on an unrestrained trip through the melody. Seals prompted a playful back and forth with the organ and guitar, building the jam into an ever growing bubble of energy that was ready to burst at the seams. The improvisation took off to insane heights as the song progressed midway. The venue was dripping in sweat from the heat being thrown from the musicians. It was one scorching tune that had the audience reacting with whistles and screams of excitement.“Senor (Tales of Yankee Power)” brought the audience down with a chill vibe. Seals’ keys, once again along with Nugent’s crisp guitar, grasped the song with a melancholy tone. “Dear Prudence” brought Dobbs back to the stage, joining on the piano. This spirited melody had the audience participating fully, with lyrics belted out throughout the venue. This extended tune switched fans into high gear during their electrified performance.Instead of having set break, the band continued on for the evening as they transitioned into “Tangled Up in Blue.” “Midnight Moonlight” had the crowd on their feet, with arms in the air, as this song encored the evening. Tie dye shirts and Jerry Jam paraphernalia were in abundance at this pre-Jerry Jam performance. The evening ended on a high note, as festival tickets were given away to a pair of lucky fans.Any chance you get to see Melvin Seals, make a point to go. His magical presence on stage brings a warmth to every performance that sends fans on a trip back in time to the days of Jerry Garcia. Cats Under the Stars have a tight gig in place. Throw Seals into the mix and the music suddenly transports you to another place. What an extraordinary performance to celebrate the kick off for this summer’s upcoming Jerry Jam. For further information about Cats Under the Stars, please visit their official website. You can listen to full audio of the show below, courtesy of Scott Medeiros: Load remaining images Setlist: Cats Under The Stars w/ Melvin Seals at The Flying Monkey Movie House & Performance Center, Plymouth, NH – 3/11/16Set: How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You), He Ain’t Give You None, Ain’t No Bread in the Breadbox, I’ll Take A Melody, Strugglin’ Man*, The Maker*, Everybody Needs Somebody To Love, Senor (Tales Of Yankee Power) > Dear Prudence*, Tangled Up In Blue*>Midnight Moonlight**Josh Dobbs joined on keysAudio by Scott Medeiros. Words by Sarah Bourque, follow on Twitter. Photos by Jeff Urquhart Photography, full gallery below.
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+
“I am impressed with what I have seen since I arrived in camp. You can see every player fighting hard for her spot. Everyone is putting effort into whatever the coaches instruct us to do, because everyone here knows and understands the importance of the task ahead.“We are promising Nigerians that we will give our best in Cameroun to achieve this common goal of ours. And we also need every Nigerian to pray for us to succeed,” she concluded.Ordega has represented Nigeria at all levels. With the U17, she featured at the 2010 FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup in Trinidad and Tobago and with the U20 at 2012 FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup in Japan. At senior level, she played at the FIFA Women’s World Cup tournaments of 2011 and 2015.She opened her World Cup account by scoring Nigeria’s equalizing goal against Sweden in Winnipeg, Canada in June 2015. The pulsating match ended 3–3.She was also part of Nigeria’s squads at the African Women’s Championship of 2010 and 2014, winning gold at both tournaments.All invited players have now arrived at the team’s camp in Abuja, with the arrival on Tuesday of Arsenal Ladies’ ace Asisat Oshoala, captain Evelyn Nwabuoku and France –based Desire Oparanozie, as preparations hit a new gear for the championship taking place 19th November – 3rd December.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram US –based attacking midfielder Franscisca Ordega has declared that the main goal of the team is to retain the Women Africa Cup of Nations trophy in Cameroun.Ordega, who plays for Washington Spirit in the USA, also expressed her happiness over the level of preparedness of the team for the AWCON championship starting on Saturday, 19th November in Cameroon.The midfielder who hopes to increase her 26 international caps at the continental championship told thenff.com: “The goal for us is that we want to retain the Cup in Cameroun. Not just to participate, but to win and return the trophy back home.
Share Betfred counters Oppenheimer bid in race to rescue Phumelela August 26, 2020 StumbleUpon Paddy Power: Maintaining brand identity with daring marketing campaigns July 27, 2020 Related Articles Share Leading Kenyan market bookmaker SportPesa has launched its latest African football initiative ‘Coaches to Count On’ in partnership with Premier League football club Arsenal FC.The football directive will see SportPesa develop ‘football clinics’ across its core markets of Kenya, Tanzania and South Africa, with Arsenal FC developing comprehensive training programmes for aspiring soccer coaches.The bookmaker has kicked off ‘Coaches to Count On’, with Arsenal training staff visiting South Africa to host a three-day training course helping local coaches.‘Coaches to Count On’ follows SportPesa’s 2018 social initiative ‘Kits for Africa’, in which EPL partners Southampton FC and Hull City donated over 75,000 pieces of football kit and equipment to African sports clubs.SportPesa has been Arsenal’s African betting partner since 2016. Furthermore, since 2016 the bookmaker has donated its Arsenal Emirates Stadium hospitality suite to local charities and social enterprises.Kelvin Twissa, Chief Marketing Officer at SportPesa said: “SportPesa has a proud history of supporting grassroots sport globally and we’re delighted to announce this new scheme which uses our growing network to help develop the next generation of football coaches.”He added; “Our Kits for Africa campaign demonstrate our commitment to inspiring budding footballers on the continent and we hope this initiative serves to continue that progress.” BtoBet refines African SMS payment options with Tola Mobile August 20, 2020 Submit
India is set to auction or allocate the Bunder diamond mining project based in Madhya Pradesh’s Chattarpur district after global miner Rio Tintodecided to abandon it.A statement from Rio Tinto had said that the company was carrying out an assessment of all ongoing projects across the world so that it can work efficiently in this phase of economic slowdown and give returns to their investors. In the course of this assessment, the company decided to not proceed further with the Bunder project and would try and wind up all infrastructure by end of 2016.In early August 2016, the company reported a 47 per cent slump in first-half profit to its weakest in 12 years and underlined the importance of cost-cutting.The Bunder deposit, which was discovered by Rio Tinto in 2004, is estimated to contain about 27.4 million carats of diamonds potentially worth billions of dollars.The decision comes as a setback to Madhya Pradesh that had showcased the big ticket investment project as the game changer for the backward Bundelkhand region. Rio Tinto’s decision came at a time when the government was seeking the help of it and its rivals, such as Anglo American, to explore for diamonds and gold to make India a major mineral producer.Mines Secretary Balvinder Kumar said the withdrawal was a surprise as the company was close to getting a forest clearance for the mine from the environment ministry.Kumar said he would talk to parties interested in Bunder when Rio Tinto formally hands the project back to the state government of Madhya Pradesh, where it is located.advertisementThe company had said that it would work with the Union government and Madhya Pradesh government to find a third party investor for the project.Rio Tinto had begun a regional exploration program in 2002. A prospecting lease was granted in September 2006 and as per an order of magnitude study of October 2008, the Bunder mines were expected to yield 37.4 million tonnes of kimberlite containing 27.4 million carats of diamonds.ALSO READ:Rio Tinto announces withdrawal from high profile diamond mining project in MP
https://twitter.com/Juezcentral/status/643886157189783552After four games as the starter for Real Madrid, keeper Keylor Navas has yet to allow a single goal. The Costa Rican helped his club to a 4-0 victory over Ukraine’s Shaktar Donetsk to begin Champions League play Tuesday, adding to an already historic streak. Navas is now the first goalie in the 113-year history of Real Madrid to begin a season with four consecutive shutouts.Navas also remains the only goalkeeper in Spain’s La Liga to have not given up a goal. However, his scoreless streak was in jeopardy on two occasions Tuesday. With just a minute left in stoppage time, Shaktar offered up a would-be goal towards the net, but the acrobatic Navas leaped up to deflect the ball at the last second.https://twitter.com/suite360ec/status/643885969066881024Navas’ historic play comes on the heels of the club’s botched transfer attempt for Manchester United goalie David De Gea, as club president Florentino Pérez was ready to ship away the Costa Rican in exchange for the Spaniard De Gea. The 28-year-old goalie has remained professional throughout the process and has now brought one of the most decorated clubs in football history to new heights.Though he seems to remain perpetually unaffected, disaster nearly struck in the first period of the Champions League affair when a pass from a teammate clanged off of Navas’ shoe and almost rolled into the corner of the goal. Call it Costa Rican Independence Day luck, but whatever it was, it kept Navas with a clean sheet in his third Champions League start.https://vine.co/v/eUWbeAvdLmLNavas and Real Madrid return to La Liga play on Saturday when they take on Granada in a game that will kickoff at 8 a.m. Costa Rican time. Facebook Comments Related posts:WATCH: Keylor Navas makes two incredible saves, extends historic shutout streak WATCH: Keylor Navas records another shutout for Real Madrid WATCH: Real Madrid star Keylor Navas makes Tico teen’s wish come true Keylor Navas and Real Madrid beat Wolfsburg to classify for Champions League semifinals