Lettuce | Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO | 5/13/2017 | Photo: Phierce Photo Detonating on Saturday, May 13th, Lettuce’s second annual Rage Rocks performance at Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre is already the stuff of legend. Predictably, the Royal Family extravaganza was a mighty display of funk, soul, jazz, and fusion muscle, creating an evening brimming with explosive jams from Lettuce and their fantastic friends. Guests included Marcus King, John Scofield, and New Orleans royalty George Porter Jr. and Cyril Neville for two sets of chunky, greasy Lettucefunk, as well as opening hits from JRocc, Turkuaz, and The Russ Liquid Test.Lettuce Rages Red Rocks With Ghostface Killah, George Porter Jr., John Scofield, And More [Photos/Videos]However, the most buzzed about collaboration of the evening was Ghostface Killah’s emergence to kick off Lettuce’s second set. The reclusive Wu-Tang emcee, sorcerer of the non-sequitur, and among the most cherished and respected personas in hip-hop, stepped into the Colorado night with authority, and their chemistry sparked electric from the very first verse. Taking the stage in Jedi robes after a haunting “Requiem” intro, Lettuce plus Tony Starks dove right into the chilling boom-bap of “Mighty Healthy”, the beloved deep cut from Ghost’s sophomore LP Supreme Clientele. It was nothing short of transcendental, as the band reproduced RZA’s voodoo metronome with tenacity. From there, Ghostface led the team into the timeless Shaolin anthem “C.R.E.A.M.”, and the crowd lost their minds chanting the classic refrain “Dolla Dolla Bill, Y’all.”Listen as Ghostface himself is blown away (“Oh Shit!”) as he realizes the band is playing the song’s sample source material (The Charmels “As Long As I’ve Got You”) underneath his rhymes. The rapper is equally amazed by the furious reactions from the Rage Rocks audience. Meanwhile, drummer Adam Deitch absolutely nails the drum programming on “Shimmy Shimmy Ya,” solo-salvo from dearly departed Wu-heyoka Ol’ Dirty Bastard.Lettuce, Snarky Puppy, Turkuaz, & More To Headline New Event Funk Of AgesThe Big Apple bully squad wasn’t done yet, milking one more classic from the collab that wasn’t even on the setlist: “Daytona 500.” The song represents a feverish display of emceeing from GFK’s 1996 debut Ironman, licking shots over Bob James‘ omnipresent scorcher “Nautilus.” To be raging second row at Red Rocks and hear my favorite band perform my all-time #1 Ghostface song with the man himself? In a word, deliverance! To quote the hero of the hour, Ghost-Deini: “Let’s f*ckin’ hear it for the Lettuce band!”Please enjoy this crisp audio of the Lettuce/Ghostface Killah Rage Rocks collabo courtesy of Upful LIFE. Words from B.Getz and a full gallery of pictures below, courtesy of Phierce Photography. Load remaining images
Panorama has just revealed an eclectic, pop-leaning lineup for their 2018 event, presented by Goldenvoice. Taking place from July 27-29 at Randall’s Island, the festival’s lineup features tons of star power for fans to enjoy. The summer-in-the-city festival will host The Weeknd, Janet Jackson, and The Killers as top-line headliners, followed by Migos, Father John Misty, The War On Drugs, Dua Lipa, SZA, Cardi B, Gucci Mane, St. Vincent, The XX, Odesza, David Byrne, Fleet Foxes, and so many more. In addition, Panorama has made many fans proud by taking action to follow through on popular demand with a female-heavy festival lineup–particularly on Saturday, July 28th, when four of the five headlining acts are women (Janet Jackson, SZA, Cardi B, and St. Vincent).In addition to the music lineup, the creative curators at Panorama seek to exceed the boundaries of the traditional festival experience we have come to know using the latest and most innovative creative technologies available today. With six interactive installations in addition to a 360º virtual reality theater, Panorama is the only event in the world with such an immense digital experience and is leading the charge into the future of what music festivals can be.Some of the “x-factor” features of the festival include The Point, which is essentially a nightclub within the festival; The Lab, an interactive structure which provides an explosive audio-visual experience that must be witnessed in person to truly comprehend; and a 30′ tall, 170′ wide screen that adorns the Panorama Stage, allowing artists to bring along exhilarating visual displays to further enhance their sets for the festival’s attendees. After highly successful events in Panorama’s first two years, we can’t wait to see what the festival has in store for 2018!Tickets are available to purchase at limited-time pricing this Friday, February 2 at 10am ET. This limited-time pricing will be available until Saturday, February 3 at 11:59pm ET. Regular pricing will begin Sunday, February 4 at 12:00am ET. For more information about Panorama 2018, or to purchase your tickets, head to the festival’s website.
Photo: Department of Horticulture, UGA CAES Reeves will help you diagnose what’s wrong with your plants. He’ll show how to avoid insect damage, diseases and deer in your garden, too, with tips on growing healthy trees, shrubs and flowers. Gardening personality Walter Reeves will tell “How to be Sherlock Holmes in Your Garden” in a community gardening seminar Sept. 7 in Griffin, Ga. For more information, call Susan Varlamoff at (770) 229-3367. Reeves is an Extension Service horticulture educator with the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. He has taught homeowners about gardening for more than 25 years. His weekly column, “Garden Tips,” has appeared in the Atlanta Journal/Constitution since 1991. He also hosts the weekly GPTV show, The Georgia Gardener, and Atlanta’s top-ranked Saturday morning radio show, “Lawn and Garden.” It promises to be an entertaining evening. The seminar begins at 7 p.m. in the Stuckey Auditorium at the University of Georgia Experiment Station in Griffin. The program is free and even includes refreshments after the seminar.
March 15, 2004 Managing Editor Regular News Zack to chair ABA House of Delegates Zack to chair ABA House of Delegates Mark D. Killian Managing Editor Miami lawyer Stephen N. Zack has been named chair-elect of the ABA House of Delegates, the second ranking officer in the organization.Other Florida lawyers who will serve in ABA leadership positions include Tampa’s Michael A. Bedke, who will represent District 8, which is composed of Florida and Texas, on the ABA Board of Governors, and Orlando’s Suzanne E. Gilbert, who is the sole nominee to serve as a Young Lawyers Division representative on the ABA board. Steve Zack Zack, who has chaired the ABA Standing Committee on Bar Activities and Services and is a past president of The Florida Bar and the National Conference of Bar Presidents, will begin his two-year term a year from now. Many who are elected chair of the House of Delegates go on to serve as ABA president.“I believe that the chair of the house is one of the most interesting positions in the ABA because it is a 540-person unicameral legislature that sets the policy of the legal profession,” said Zack, who has been a member of the House of Delegates for the past 15 years. “I realize how important it is that the house have an opportunity to have the debate it has and am very excited about the opportunity to serve as its chair.”Zack said it was his mentor, the late Chesterfield Smith, who encouraged his participation in the ABA and that the leadership of the house was something to which he should aspire.“I wish he were here to be a part of this,” said Zack, who also has served as special counsel to Florida’s former governor, now U.S. Sen. Bob Graham.“If there is an important issue that the legal profession is involved with, it comes before the house by way of resolutions [from state bars or ABA sections] and then is debated in that forum and if adopted, becomes a policy of the ABA,” Zack said. “Obviously, if the ABA speaks on any issue, it becomes a statement of the legal profession and is highly persuasive both in Congress and among the state and local bar associations.”Zack said it is the House of Delegates that is the voice of the legal profession and the chair of the house is someone who makes sure that the debate that occurs in the house occurs “with respect for everyone and dignity and, hopefully, a sense of humor as well.”Zack said he saw running for chair of the House of Delegates as a natural progression in his work within the ABA.“It was time to either move up or move out,” Zack said. “After 15 years in the house, it was an opportunity to chair the house or give someone else an opportunity to sit in the house.”Zack said he will strive to provide the same valuable leadership Florida provided the ABA through the likes of Chesterfield Smith, Wm. Reese Smith, Sandy D’Alemberte, and Martha Barnett.“Without their doing the fine work they had done, then I believe it would have been very difficult to be considered for this position,” Zack said.Zack encouraged Florida lawyers to continue to present issues to the ABA house and asked that they enlist the support of the ABA in achieving their objectives on behalf of the legal profession and their clients.Zack also has chaired the Florida Ethics Commission and previously served as a member of the Florida Entertainment Commission and the State of Florida Constitution Revision Commission. Zack also has served as chair of the ABA Select Committee of the House, the ABA Board of Governors, and as a member of the Board’s Finance, Communications and Operations Committees. Zack has also served as a member of the Federal Judicial Nominating Commission for the Southern District of Florida, as a member of the 11th Circuit, Miami-Dade County Judicial Nominating Committee, and as a member of the Dade County Fair Campaign Practices Committee. Michael Bedke Bedke was elected to a three-year term on the ABA Board of Governors, recently concluded a term as chair of the ABA ‘s Standing Committee on Membership, and also has chaired the ABA Commission on Domestic Violence and the ABA’s Young Lawyers Division.“I guess that I am old school in that I believe we are part of a learned profession and we owe an obligation to give something back to society, and the ABA has been at the forefront of those issues,” Bedke said. “Also, the issues that are impacting the profession ultimately are debated and resolved, to some extent, at the ABA.”Over the next few years, Bedke thinks the ABA board will focus on the organization’s financial well-being, membership benefits, and increased membership.“Dennis Archer, the ABA’s current president, really has been beating the drum to bring more people back into the ABA,” Bedke said. “We have got to bring more military lawyers; we have got to bring more sole and small practice practitioners; and we have to bring more diversity into the ABA.”Bedke said if the 400,000-member ABA is going to hold itself out as the national spokesperson on behalf of the profession, it must represent the majority of lawyers in the country.“I think that is going to be a real focus for the organizations and particularly for the Board of Governors over the course of the next couple of years,” he said.Bedke said he wants to hear from Florida lawyers about issues the ABA should, or should not, be addressing, and urged them to contact him at michael.bedke@ piperrudnick.com.“I’m here to help ensure their voices are heard,” Bedke said. Suzanne Gilbert Gilbert, the daughter of former Florida Bar President Leonard H. Gilbert, will be officially elected to the post of YLD member-at-large representative to the ABA Board of Governors in August. She will then serve for one year as the nominee, and in August 1995, will begin a two-year term on the board as one of two ABA YLD representatives.Gilbert began her involvement in the ABA YLD in 1999, about six months after she began working at Holland & Knight and a little over two years since she began practicing.“My dad, who at the time was chair of the fellows of the American Bar Foundation, stressed to me the importance of service to the bar through both his words and his actions,” Gilbert said. “I had grown up around The Florida Bar and the ABA through my dad’s work in both organizations and was excited to be involved as an attorney.”Gilbert said ABA YLD is a forum for debate on issues that affect lawyers, many times used as a testing ground for issues that will be presented on the floor of the ABA House of Delegates. She said it provides a wonderful opportunity for young lawyers to raise issues of concern, both procedural and substantive, such as multidisciplinary practice and domestic violence.“I am very fortunate to have such wonderful role models for bar service — Chesterfield Smith, Martha Barnett, and my dad, to name a few,” said Gilbert, noting the ABA YLD represents approximately 135,000 young lawyers across the country. “One of its primary missions is service to the public and the legal community. We are often recognized as the public service arm of the ABA. Currently, we are promoting our public service project entitled “One Child, One Lawyer,” which has as its aim increasing awareness of the unmet legal needs of children.”Gilbert also said she will continue to do what others in Florida did for her — help Florida young lawyers who want to be active participants in the ABA YLD get involved. Gilbert can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Binghamton Mayor Rich David announced an extension of the nightly curfew and suspension of the city’s blue bag collection requirements until May 15. The following has also been extended through May 15: In a statement sent to 12 News, Mayor David says the extension provides additional financial releif to residents impacted by the coroanvirus and aligns with the New York On Pause order. Binghamton residents are required to stay home between the hours 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. unless they are travelling to and from work, getting groceries or going to the pharmacy. The suspension of the blue bag requirement allows residents to continue to use standard garbage bags for curbside collection at no cost. Suspension of parking meter enforcement and code enforcement violation in non-emergency situationsSuspension of water shutoffs for nonpaymentTemporary closure of City Hall offices, First Ward Senior Center and the Lee Barta Community Center to the publicLimiting all public meetings at City Hall
The first fatality from the novel coronavirus has been confirmed on US soil, as President Donald Trump on Saturday urged Americans not to panic.Health officials said the man who died in Washington state was one of a handful with no known links to global hot zones to have contracted the virus — indicating that the pathogen was now likely spreading in communities.The death occurred in King County, the most populous in the state and home to Seattle, a city of more than 700,000 people, officials told AFP. “Our country is prepared for any circumstance,” Trump insisted, calling on “the media and politicians and everybody else involved not to do anything to incite panic.”Trump identified the victim as “a wonderful woman,” but the CDC later said it had misinformed the president in an earlier briefing.Washington state also reported on Saturday the country’s first case of coronavirus in a health care worker and the first possible outbreak in a nursing home. This comes after the states of Oregon and California confirmed late last week the first instances of infected US patients who had not traveled overseas or come in contact with anyone known to be ill.”While there is still much to learn about the unfolding situations in California, Oregon and Washington, preliminary information raises the level of concern about the immediate threat for COVID-19 for certain communities in the United States,” the CDC said.- ‘We will see more cases’ -Trump said he would meet with leaders of big pharmaceutical groups at the White House on Monday to discuss treatments and efforts to develop a vaccine to combat the virus.The president said the number of cases detected by the US public health system now stood at 22. Combined with patients who were repatriated from abroad, the overall number of infected on US soil is now about 70.”We will see more cases,” Health Secretary Alex Azar told the White House press conference.”But it’s important to remember, for the vast majority of individuals who contract the novel coronavirus, they will experience mild to moderate symptoms.”Their treatment will be to remain at home and treat the symptoms as they would the flu, he added.The president and other officials also announced a more complete ban on travel from Iran, which has seen a rapid spread of the disease, and encouraged Americans to avoid travel to hard-hit areas in Italy and South Korea.Vice President Mike Pence, charged by Trump to lead efforts against the virus, said that an existing ban on travel from Iran had been expanded to include any foreign national who has visited the Islamic republic within the last 14 days.Trump also said the United States was ready to assist Iran with its coronavirus outbreak and that “all they have to do is ask.”An American citizen died of the new coronavirus in early February at the Chinese epicenter of the global outbreak, the city of Wuhan, the US embassy confirmed at the time.Worldwide, the virus has hit about 60 countries across the globe, with more than 2,900 people killed and over 85,000 infected since it was first detected at an animal market in Wuhan late last year.Topics : The victim was in his 50s and had “underlying health conditions,” said Jeff Duchin, public health officer for Seattle and King County.”It is a sad day in our state as we learn that a Washingtonian has died from COVID-19,” Washington state Governor Jay Inslee said in a statement, sending condolences to the victim’s loved ones.Inslee declared a state of emergency over coronavirus, freeing up funding for state agencies and allowing the use of the Washington National Guard, if necessary.Speaking at a White House news conference Trump said that “additional cases in the United States are likely,” but added that “healthy individuals should be able to fully recover.”
Earlier, Hamilton had penned an article for Britain’s Sunday Times newspaper in which he said he was launching his own diversity body to attract more black youngsters into motor racing, insisting the “time for token gestures is over”.Hamilton, a powerful and influential voice, said he was teaming up with Britain’s Royal Academy of Engineering to launch The Hamilton Commission.”I’ve been fighting the stigma of racism throughout my racing career — from kids throwing things at me while karting, to being taunted by fans in black face at a 2007 Grand Prix, one of my first Formula One races,” wrote Hamilton.”Despite my success in the sport, the institutional barriers that have kept F1 highly exclusive persist. “It is not enough to point to me, or to a single new black hire, as a meaningful example of progress. Thousands of people are employed across this industry and that group needs to be more representative of society.”The research partnership wants to encourage young black people to study science, technology, engineering and mathematics.Hamilton hopes that will then open up avenues to boost the number of minorities represented in Formula One.”The time for platitudes and token gestures is over,” he insisted. “I was proud to be out there acknowledging and supporting the Black Lives Matter movement, and my black heritage. “I was also happy to see so many white supporters out there in the name of equality for all. It was really moving. I’m feeling extremely positive that change will come, but we cannot stop now. Keep pushing.”Hamilton also posted a photograph of himself holding up a Black Lives Matter sign while his T-shirt slogan said: ‘Black is a vibe’.The six-time world champion also wore a yellow scarf around his face. Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton marched in the latest anti-racism protest in London on Sunday, describing the experience as “really moving”.The 35-year-old Hamilton, the only black driver in F1, joined the protests which have become common since the death of George Floyd in the United States last month.”Went down to Hyde Park today for the peaceful protest and I was so proud to see in person so many people of all races and backgrounds supporting this movement,” Hamilton wrote on Instagram. Topics :
“We continue to develop financing innovations to increase the poor’s access to housing,” the President said.The Scroll of Honor Award Ceremony in Surabaya was attended by representatives from Mexico and Colombia, who received this year’s award. Other awardees, namely Uganda, Malaysia and Nepal, chose not to attend the event due to the pandemic.The awards are given to acknowledge initiatives that have made outstanding contributions in the field of human settlements, the provision of housing and improvement of human settlements, among other categories.Surabaya was chosen to host the event in acknowledgement of the accomplishments of its mayor, Tri Rismaharini, who was given the award during the 2018 WHD commemoration in Nairobi.She was honored for implementing people-centered and inclusive city regeneration programs as well as developing initiatives that prioritize low-income residents.Topics : Livable housing is essential for every human being as it serves as “a fortress against various risks, including health risks like the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic”, President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo said on Monday during a commemoration of World Habitat Day.The President expressed his appreciation to the United Nations for promoting the theme “Housing for All: A better Urban Future” for this year’s celebration, which falls annually on the first Monday of October. The virtual event brought together stakeholders on sustainable urbanization and settlement development. Indonesia’s second largest city of Surabaya in East Java received the honor of hosting the Scroll of Honor Award ceremony on Monday. In his speech, Jokowi said that Indonesia had put extra effort into providing livable houses for its poor citizens through various programs, including the so-called “one million houses program” launched in 2015 during his first term in office, as well as the recently introduced public housing savings program (Tapera).The first housing program aimed to reduce the country’s housing backlog from 7.6 million in 2015 to 5.4 million in 2019, especially for lower income families. In the three years since its launch, the program built 3.45 million housing units.Read also: Additional stimulus needed to boost property industry: AssociationTapera, meanwhile, aims to provide funds for first-time homebuyers with monthly salaries equal to or lower than the local minimum wage.
Top articles Read More Read More Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE PLAY Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Read More Coming Next Skip Manchester United captain Harry Maguire by Metro Video Settings Tom OlverSaturday 11 Apr 2020 10:15 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link5.4kShares / 1/1 Read More Aaron Ramsey says he was starstruck by Cesc Fabregas, William Gallas and Kolo Toure when he joined Arsenal Ramsey left Arsenal to join Juventus last summer (Picture: Getty)‘Wenger was a massive pull. He would give youngsters opportunities, he talked me through how he saw my career path going, how he wanted to improve me and what I needed to improve on. ‘He brought me straight into the first-team to train every day with these world-class players and he believed in me.‘I just felt he really wanted and felt like he made the most effort to try and secure me.’ Aaron Ramsey with Arsene Wenger after joining Arsenal back in 2008 (Picture: Getty)Arsenal hero Aaron Ramsey has used the break from football to look back on when he joined the club as a precocious youngster back in 2008 and revealed how he had to ‘pinch himself’ sharing a dressing room with the likes of Cesc Fabregas, William Gallas and Kolo Toure. Ramsey had made just 22 first-team appearances for Cardiff at that time but Arsene Wenger had seen enough to convince him of the 17-year-old’s extraordinary potential and signed the Welshman for a fee of £4.8million ahead of the 2008/09 campaign. The midfielder would go on to become a fan favourite with the Gunners after 11 years of service, scoring 64 goals in 369 games, including two memorable winners in the 2014 and 2017 FA Cup finals.AdvertisementAdvertisementRead the latest updates: Coronavirus news liveADVERTISEMENT 1 min. story SPONSORED Skip Ad Read More Ramsey says he just couldn’t stop the tears from ‘pouring’ down his face as he delivered his emotional farewell speech to the Emirates crowd following Arsenal’s 1-1 draw with Brighton last May.‘I wasn’t prepared for that. I was just thinking I’m going to go out there, say my bit and I couldn’t control anything,’ he added.‘It was just pouring out. I spent 11 years there, I grew up there, I left Cardiff at 17, I’ve been married, had kids and been through so much on and off the pitch. ‘That club meant so much to me and always will.’Is Aaron Ramsey an Arsenal legend?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. AdvertisementAdvertisementFor more stories like this, check our sport page.MORE: Arsenal ignored advice from own recruitment chief to sign Shkodran MustafiMORE: Arsenal scout called Lucas Perez a ‘mid-table player’ before Arsene Wenger signed him for £17m Full Screen Aaron Ramsey shared a dressing room with the likes of Cesc Fabregas and William Gallas when he joined Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Though Ramsey opted to join Juventus last summer, it’s clear the Wales international has incredibly fond memories of his lengthy stay in north London and he reflected on his first few days at Arsenal during a candid Instagram Live with Niall Horan on Friday night.‘It happened so quickly at Cardiff. I played the final game of the season before and then had a pre-season, went off with first-team, we had a mad cup run where we got to the final and that was it then. It was done within the year,’ Ramsey explained.‘All my life I’ve been trying to achieve this thing of playing for Cardiff and then the next thing I know I’m walking into a dressing room with the likes of Fabregas, Gallas and Toure.‘I’m 17 years old, I’m just like, “What’s going on here?!”. I just felt out of place but they were really cool guys, made you feel really welcome but still you had to pinch yourself. About Connatix V67539 Comment Advertisement Advertisement
Loading… Read Also: 2022 W/Cup qualifiers: Super Eagles know opponents todayAdvertisement Super Eagles suffered a huge setback after the three-time AFCON champions’ official Instagram account was hacked ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers draw. The breach came as a huge surprise to the three-time African champions who have over 230,000 followers on the social media platform. Promoted ContentBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year8 Weird Facts About Coffee That Will Surprise YouYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeThe Best Cars Of All TimeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better10 Of The Most Powerful Women Across The GlobeThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hoot7 Facts About Black Holes That Will Blow Your Mind Tuesday’s setback saw all of the Super Eagles’ content deleted and replaced with images from an unknown stylist and influencer reportedly based in Istanbul, Turkey. Ahead of Tuesday’s draw in Cairo, Nigeria are seeded in Pot 1 alongside some of the continent’s heavyweights and will be praying for a favourable draw as they eye their seventh World Cup appearance in Qatar 2022. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享