On Tuesday night, Tedeschi Trucks Band offered up a performance at Sacramento, CA’s Sacramento Memorial Auditorium. Los Lobos handled the evening’s opening duties, followed by members of the band sitting-in with TTB towards the end of their one-set show.Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi led their band through a show-opening take on “Laugh About It”, off of the band’s recent Signs release. The 12-piece ensemble marched forward with a smooth-segued pairing of “Don’t Know What It Means” into “The Letter”, which was followed up by “When Will I Begin” and “Part Of Me”. Next, Tedeschi Trucks Band worked through a a trio of choice covers with Bob Dylan‘s “Down In The Flood”, Derek & The Dominos‘ “Keep On Growing”, and Willie Nelson‘s “Somebody Pick Up My Pieces”.Following “Signs, Hard Times”, Tedeschi Trucks Band welcomed Los Lobos guitarist Cesar Rosas for a take on Elmore James‘ “The Sky Is Crying”. Rosas, Trucks, and Tedeschi took the opportunity to fire back and forth some spicy guitar licks, as the band floated into a bluesy, improvisational segment of the show. Following Rosas’ sit-in, the band then invited Los Lobos guitarist David Hidalgo and multi-instrumentalist Steve Berlin to the stage for a pairing of “Leavin’ Trunk” and “Volunteer Slavery”. Moving back into their regular 12-piece configuration, Tedeschi Trucks Band offered up a soul-cleansing take on “Shame” before closing out their mainframe with “Midnight In Harlem”.Following a brief chance to catch their breaths, Tedeschi Trucks Band returned to deliver a two-song encore with Joe Tex‘s “Show Me” and The Coasters‘ “Let’s Go Get Stoned”.Luckily for fans that were unable to attend Tuesday night’s show, there’s some great fan-shot video footage that you can watch below:Tedeschi Trucks Band w/ Cesar Rosas – “The Sky Is Crying”[Video: Freakflagflyer]Tedeschi Trucks Band w/ David Hidalgo & Steve Berlin – “Leavin’ Trunk / Volunteer Slavery”[Video: Freakflagflyer]Tedeschi Trucks Band – “Part Of Me”[Video: Freakflagflyer]Next up for Tedeschi Trucks Band is a two-night run at Seattle, WA’s Paramount Theater this Thursday and Friday, May 23rd and 24th. For ticketing information and a full list of the band’s upcoming tour dates, head to their website.Setlist: Tedeschi Trucks Band | Sacramento Memorial Auditorium | Sacramento, CA | 5/21/2019Set: Laugh About It, Don’t Know What It Means > The Letter, When Will I Begin, Part Of Me, Down In The Flood, Keep On Growing, Somebody Pick Up My Pieces, Signs Hard Times, The Sky Is Crying (w/ Cesar Rosas), Leavin’ Trunk/Volunteer Slavery (w/ David Hidalgo & Steve Berlin), Shame, Midnight In HarlemEncore: Show Me, Let’s Go Get Stoned
RidgeviewTel, a full-service broadband communications company, is helping rural Vermont residents map their broadband needs at the Vermont Dairy Festival in Enosburg Falls this weekend, June 5 through 7. In addition to participating in the popular parade, RidgeviewTel will have a tent in the festival’s concessions area equipped with access to http://weneedbroadband.com(link is external), a dial-up friendly site where festival-goers from communities under- or unserved by broadband can map their location in a system that compiles their demand for broadband to attract service and even federal stimulus dollars.”We are activists,” said Vince Jordan, CEO of RidgeviewTel. “We understand the value of high-speed Internet and believe everyone deserves affordable broadband and the opportunities it provides. That’s why we’re reaching out inVermont and around the country, encouraging rural residents to map their location and rally their neighbors to do the same.”When the federal government starts distributing the $7.2 billion earmarked for rural broadband, it’s essential that the funds go to areas with the most need. Additionally, communities that have already been mapped for service will be decidedly more attractive to telecommunications companies receiving these funds. With the help of communities likeEnosburg Falls and others throughout Vermont, RidgeviewTel is tracking the true demand directly from the source – rural residents with little to no option for broadband Internet – and helping accelerate network deployments. Additionally, RidgeviewTel plans to share the data collected with economic development groups that can also vie for stimulus dollars and help bring broadband to communities that need it most.RidgeviewTel is a full-service broadband communications company based in Longmont, Colorado, that provides affordable, high-speed, wireless Internet services to communities under-served by traditional telecom and cable providers. Founded by President and CEO Vincent Jordan, a telecom industry veteran and entrepreneur, RidgeviewTel provides wireless broadband to 14 communities in New York, 25 in Colorado, and 15 in Illinois. For more about RidgeviewTel, visit www.ridgeviewtel.com(link is external).ENOSBURG FALLS, Vt., June 4 /PRNewswire/ —
Cluster Lika Destination invites all interested tourism entities whose work contributes to the development and quality of tourism in the destination Lika to apply for participation in the project of integrated quality management – IQM Destination Lika. Anyone interested can send their applications by Monday, March 02, 2020. to e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, and find out more about the project and the details of the Call here. Participation in the project is free for all stakeholders, and includes activities that contribute to connecting entities, encouraging excellence and improving the tourist offer of Lika. The project has been implemented since 2019 in cooperation with the Plitvice Lakes National Park and the company Feel IQM. That the first year of the project was extremely successful is proven by the fact that the project involved 96 partners from 7 different categories (attractions, hotels, caterers, camps, local products, private accommodation and travel agencies). The Lika Destination cluster is among the first in Croatia to implement a project aimed at encouraging mutual networking, synergy and raising the level of quality of each of the involved entities and the overall tourist product of the destination.
Based on the initial investigation ofthe Bureau of Fire Protection, the fire began from a bunkhouse owned by RowenaTacadao around 12:20 a.m. The blaze quickly spread to other neighboring bunkhouses. Arson investigators have yet to identifythe cause of the fire as of this writing./PN ILOILO City – Properties estimated to beworth P80,000 went up in smoke after fire gutted 10 bunkhouses in BarangayTacas, Jaro district shortly after yesterday.
By Jerry MackeyWEST LIBERTY, Iowa (April 16) – An outstanding field of 80 race teams entered the West Liberty Raceway Modified Extravaganza on Saturday night.When the final checkered flag of the night waved it was Kyle Brown collecting the $1,000 top prize after thrilling the fans with a charge to the checkers overtaking race leader Kurt Kile for ahalf a car length Performance Concepts IMCA Modified victory.Kile led for 24 and ¾-laps before Brown executed the winning move in the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot qualifier. Ray Guss Jr. crossed under the checkers third ahead of Chris Zogg and Zach VanderBeek.The Weikert Iron & Metal IMCA Northern SportMods main event saw Curtis Van Der Wal score a hard fought win over Tim Plummer. The two battled for the majority of the 20-lap main before Vanderwal was able to score a two car length win.The Kile Motorsports IMCA Stock Car car main saw David Brandies turn the tables from the previous weeks’ races and take the checkered flag ahead of Johnny Spaw.Steve Struck scored his second consecutive US 6 Bodyworks IMCA Sport Compact win on Saturday night. The win was far from easy as Struck had to regain the lead late in the race and outduel Cody VanDusen for the win.Saturday, April 23 will see the 2016 IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing point season get underway at West Liberty with five classes of cars taking to the track. Hot laps are at 6:30 p.m. with racing to follow.
Union came out fighting in the second half, and were rewarded for their spirit when substitute Polter poked in an equaliser on the counter-attack just after the hour mark.Maximilian Philipp appeared to end the resistance on 73 minutes, picking up Pulisic’s through ball and rifling the ball past Gikiewicz.Yet Polter sprung another surprise minutes from time, heading in Robert Zulj’s cross to level the scores again.Union fought on bravely in extra-time before Reus’s penalty sent Dortmund into the third round.“Congratulations to Union Berlin,” said Dortmund coach Lucien Favre. “It was very hard to break them down today.”Elsewhere, Schalke also edged into the third round, ending their three-game goal drought in a 1-1 draw before winning 6-5 on penalties to scrape past Cologne. Mark Uth netted the winning spotkick in sudden death to see Schalke through.Bayer Leverkusen cruised to a 5-0 victory over Borussia Moenchengladbach, while Hoffenheim coach Julian Nagelsmann’s cup curse continued against future employers RB Leipzig.Julian Brandt fired Leverkusen in front with a well-angled shot on five minutes, and Tin Jedvaj doubled the lead from close range shortly before the break.In the second half, Karim Bellarabi scored twice in seven minutes before Kevin Volland added a fifth to cap a fine evening for Leverkusen.Nagelsmann’s Hoffenheim lost 2-0 in Leipzig to crash out of the second round for a third season in a row.Timo Werner latched onto a Marcel Halstenberg cross to give Leipzig the lead on 48 minutes, adding a second eight minutes later as the home side tore into Hoffenheim on the counter-attack.Second division Holstein Kiel delivered Wednesday’s only upset, beating top flight Freiburg 2-1.Share on: WhatsApp Jhon Cordoba’s deflected shot gave Cologne the lead just before half-time, but Schalke’s salvation came in the form of an 89th-minute penalty, coolly converted by Nabil Bentaleb. Berlin, Germany | AFP | Marco Reus’s 120th-minute penalty broke Union Berlin hearts and sent Borussia Dortmund stumbling into the third round of the German Cup with an epic 3-2 win on Wednesday.Sebastian Polter had twice brought Union back from behind, but the second division side’s spirited resistance was ended in the final minute of extra time, as Marvin Friedrich brought down Christian Pulisic and Reus smashed home the penalty.Pulisic prodded Dortmund ahead five minutes before half-time, stabbing in the rebound after goalkeeper Rafal Gikiewicz had clawed Shinji Kagawa’s header off the line.
Pittsburgh Pirates’ Starling Marte, left, scores on a double hit by Jose Tabata as Chicago Cubs catcher Welington Castillo, right, tries to catch the ball during the fifth inning of a baseball game in Chicago, Sunday, July 7, 2013. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)CHICAGO (AP) — Russell Martin picked a bad time to make his first error of the season.Martin’s poor throw in the 11th inning set up the winning run in the Pittsburgh Pirates’ 4-3 loss to the Chicago Cubs on Sunday.There were runners on first and second with no outs when Martin tried to pick off Anthony Rizzo at second and the ball sailed into center field. Rizzo and Alfonso Soriano each moved up a base on the veteran catcher’s first error since Sept. 11 for the New York Yankees at Boston.“I lost grip coming up on the transfer,” Martin said. “Sometimes you can get the grip as you’re going, but I just never really had any grip on the ball and it took off.”After Luis Valbuena was walked intentionally, pinch hitter Dioner Navarro drove in Rizzo with a sacrifice fly off Bryan Morris (4-3).Pittsburgh (53-34) has dropped three of four to fall into a tie with St. Louis for the NL Central lead and the best record in baseball. But Pirates manager Clint Hurdle was quick to defend Martin and pointed to some other key situations that hurt his club.“We’re playing to win,” Hurdle said. “If you’ve watched that guy play all year, you just move on. Throw against the bag and he’s out. What hurt us earlier was the fourth and sixth innings with a runner at third and we weren’t able to score them. Those were things that kind of challenged us a little bit.”The situation in the sixth was particularly glaring, coming with the game tied at 2. The Pirates had runners on second and third with one out, but Jordy Mercer bounced into a fielder’s choice that retired Pedro Alvarez in a rundown between third and home. Pedro Strop then came in and struck out pinch hitter Gaby Sanchez to end the inning.The Cubs grabbed a 3-2 lead when Scott Hairston connected for a pinch-hit solo homer against Tony Watson in the eighth inning. It was Hairston’s eighth homer.The Pirates were down to their last strike in the ninth when Starling Marte drove a 3-2 pitch from closer Kevin Gregg over the wall in center for his ninth homer.“We never quit, that’s something you can’t teach,” Pittsburgh starter A. J. Burnett said. “Just play until the last out’s made and that’s what we do. You saw Marte, he fouled off some tough pitches, he battled and you saw what happens.”It was Gregg’s second blown save in 17 opportunities. He began the inning with consecutive strikeouts against Jordy Mercer and pinch hitter Travis Snider.“We were one strike away there,” Gregg said. “I made some good pitches in to him, made him conscious of the ball in. I felt like I made a pretty good pitch away from him and he did a good job of hitting and going to get it.”But Navarro rescued Gregg in the 11th inning, and Matt Guerrier (3-4) pitched two scoreless innings for his first win with Chicago.Burnett came off the 15-day disabled list after being sidelined by a strained right calf and pitched five solid innings. He allowed two runs, one earned, and three hits.“Nothing not to like,” Hurdle said of Burnett’s performance. “The ball came out of his hand very crisp, pitched efficiently.”NOTES: RHP Ryan Reid was optioned to Triple-A Indianapolis to make room for Burnett. … The Pirates start a six-game homestand Monday that includes three-game series against Oakland and the New York Mets. Monday’s game features a pair of All-Star pitchers, with Jeff Locke (8-1, 2.12 ERA) facing the A’s Bartolo Colon (11-3, 2.78 ERA).