Photo: Capacity Images Setlist: Papadosio | Brooklyn Bowl | Brooklyn, NY | 2/10/2018:Set 1: Utopiate, If It Wasn’t For You > All I Knew, We Can Always Come Back > Ph DeezSet 2: 2am, Bypass Default, Snorkle, New Love, EpiphanyEncore: We Are WaterPapadosio’s tour with Aqueous continues tonight at Toad’s Place in New Haven, CT. For a full list of upcoming dates, head to Papadosio’s website. For a list of Aqueous’ upcoming dates, head to their site.[Cover photo: Papadosio (Saturday) via Andrew Scott Blackstein; Aqueous (Friday) via Capacity Images] Photo: Capacity Images Papadosio w/ Aqueous | Brooklyn Bowl | Brooklyn, NY | 2/10/18 | Photos: Andrew Scott Blackstein Photo: Capacity Images On Friday and Saturday night, Papadosio and Aqueous hosted back-to-back blowouts at Brooklyn Bowl as part of their ongoing extended run of early 2018 tour dates together. Both bands put on top-notch shows for packed-out crowds on each night, a trend that continues to pick up steam as their joint run has gotten moving. Below, you can check out a rundown of Aqueous and Papadosio’s Friday and Saturday sets including setlists, video, and photo galleries via Capacity Images (Friday) and Andrew Scott Blackstein (Saturday):Aqueous kicked off each night with stellar opening performances. Friday’s set opened with a hot take on “Random Company” from their 2016 EP, Best In Show, featuring teases of MGMT‘s “Time To Pretend”. From there, the band rocked another top-notch song of newer vintage, “Second Sight”, a staple in their setlists since the song’s debut in February of 2017. The biggest surprise of the set came next, as the band debuted a cover of David Bowie‘s “Man Who Sold The World”, before finishing out with the old-school “Aldehyde” into “Weight of the Word”, one of the newest songs in their arsenal. Watch pro-shot video of Aqueous’ Friday, February 9th set at Brooklyn Bowl, provided as a free live webcast:[Video: Nugs.tv]Setlist: Aqueous | Brooklyn Bowl | Brooklyn, NY | 2/9/2018Set: Random Company¹, Second Sight, Man Who Sold the World², Aldehyde > Weight of the WordNotes: ¹ Time to Pretend [MGMT] tease | ² David Bowie cover, debutAqueous continued to showcase their power-packed groove-rock chops with Saturday night’s opening set, as they worked in a version of Gorillaz‘ “Empire Ants”, which they debuted during their Gorillaz-themed New Year’s Eve show this past year. That segued into tried-and-true set closer “Kitty Chaser (Explosions)” to end their Brooklyn Bowl stint on a high note. Watch pro-shot video of Aqueous’ Saturday, February 10th set at Brooklyn Bowl, provided as a free live webcast:[Video: Nugs.tv]Setlist: Aqueous | Brooklyn Bowl | Brooklyn, NY | 2/10/18Ser: Underlyer, Warren In the Window, Skyway> Triangle, Empire Ants> Kitty Chaser (Explosions)Papadosio also turned in great performances on both Friday and Saturday evening, serving up two sets per night and entrancing the crowded venue with their incredible stage production. The Asheville-based space rockers’ set featured a series of “picture frame”-style LED panels which their lighting designer used to incredible effect, taking the audience on a visual odyssey to match the mystical quality of the music. You can watch Papadosio’s first set openers from Friday and Saturday night at Brooklyn Bowl courtesy of Nugs.tv below:Papadosio – “Garden” – Brooklyn Bowl – 2/9/18[Video: Nugs.tv]Setlist: Papadosio | Brooklyn Bowl | Brooklyn, NY | 2/9/2018Set 1: Garden, Stick Figure, The Bionic Man Meets His Past, The Lack of Everything > Unparalyzer, Holy HeckSet 2: Frequence, Taking Turns > Smile And Nod, The Sum, The Eyes Have EyesEncore: Glimpse of LightPapadosio – “Utopiate” – Brooklyn Bowl – 2/10/18 [Video: Nugs.tv] Load remaining images Papadosio w/ Aqueous | Brooklyn Bowl | Brooklyn, NY | 2/9/18 | Photos: Capacity Images Photo: Capacity Images; from 2/9/18 at Brooklyn Bowl Load remaining images
In a Billboard exclusive, yesterday, the global pop icon Pitbull announced that he’ll be embarking on a motivational tour in 2019. During his question-and-answer session at the Billboard Latin Music Conference in Las Vegas on Wednesday, he also shared the news that the iconic self-help guru Tony Robbins will be joining him for this new endeavor.Pitbull’s mother was a big fan of Robbins, so growing up, the life coach was a household name. As Pitbull became a famed recording artist, he eventually met Robbins and the two became friends. The two have a public history dating back to at least 2016, when Robbins spoke during the ceremony honoring the artist he received the 2,584th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.Robbins has clearly affected Pitbull’s outlook on the music industry, with the rapper offering thoughts on how motivation plays a role in the release of his new music. As noted in the Billboard article, Pitbull noted that his new single, “The Roof Is On Fire”, will not be released on Spotify, hoping that this back-to-basics, pre-Internet approach will motivate fans to seek out and find the track independently. “I even told [my] team not to register it,” he added, solidifying his independent approach to music releases.During his chat, Pitbull noted that “I’m just being a revolutionary to wake everybody else.” Outside of the music industry, the Miami-born rapper opened a public Florida charter school in 2013 called the Sports Leadership And Management Academy (SLAM), that focuses on drawing in students who love sports but find school boring.As for Pitbull’s motivational tour with Tony Robbins, there are still relatively few details outside the fact that they’re planning to embark on the new joint project in 2019.[H/T Billboard]
Jon Batiste, the leader of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert house band Stay Human, has never seen a single episode of Game of Thrones. However, with all the buzz surrounding the HBO juggernaut’s series finale on Sunday, Batiste felt it was his duty to help viewers refresh their memories about all that’s happened on the show throughout the years.Related: Game Of Thrones Live Concert Experience Announces 2019 Fall Tour Dates“There’s a lot to keep track of in this series…You gotta keep it all in your head before this Sunday’s show” Colbert mused while introducing the song. “That’s why our very own Jon Batiste over there put together a song to catch you up on everything that’s happened so far.”“You, I understand, are a big fan?” Colbert asked Batiste. “No,” Jon responded with a mischievous smile. “Never seen a single episode.”“Well then how did you write a song recapping the entire series?” asked Colbert. “Well, I’ve seen plenty of memes online,” Batiste responded, “So, I just put it together like that, you know?… But I think I nailed it.”Nail it, he did. For his Game of Thrones recap, Batiste channeled Purple Rain-era Prince (in both sound and style) for a comical retelling of the Medieval fantasy saga.The results are just as irreverent and satisfying as you’d expect. Of course, Jon Batiste gets all the details wrong—yes, those are Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, and Pete’s Dragon clips thrown in there—but he does it with charismatic flair and spot-on 80s nostalgia that might help you forget how annoyed you are with how the final season has played out.Take a few minutes and watch Jon Batiste (as Prince) joyously butcher the plot of Game of Thrones with the catchiest song you’ll hear today.Jon Batiste’s ‘Game Of Thrones’ Song[Video: The Late Show with Stephen Colbert]You can tune in to the series finale of Game of Thrones this Sunday night at 9 p.m. Eastern on HBO.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, who died at the hands of the mob that besieged the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, will lie in honor in the building’s Rotunda. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer released a joint statement Friday saying, ”His sacrifice reminds us every day of our obligation to our country and to the people we serve.” Congress will hold a ceremonial arrival for the 42-year-old Sicknick on Tuesday night, after which a viewing period will be held overnight for members of the Capitol Police. Lawmakers will pay tribute Wednesday morning before a ceremonial departure for Arlington National Cemetery, where Sicknick will be interred.
Cotton and peanut farmers and industry personnel are invited to the University of Georgia Cotton and Peanut Research Field Day on Wednesday, Sept. 4, on the UGA Tifton campus.Members of the UGA cotton and peanut teams will talk about ongoing research at two UGA research farms, providing insight for growers on what they can expect for the next growing season.The field day will start at 8 a.m. at the UGA Lang Farm at 276 Rigdon Aultman Road in Tifton, Georgia. Field day attendees will also visit the UGA Gibbs Farm at 226 William Gibbs Road in Tifton, Georgia, before returning to the UGA Tifton Campus Conference Center for lunch and a short program.The field day is a free event, but attendees are encouraged to RSVP to Jeannie Evans at 229-386-3006 or email@example.com to provide an accurate count for lunch.UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences cotton and peanut specialists, including physiologists, plant pathologists, entomologists, agronomists, irrigation experts and plant breeders, conduct research aimed at improving Georgia’s top two row crops at UGA-Tifton. Cotton and peanuts account for nearly two-thirds of Georgia’s row crop production. The UGA specialists will present their latest research findings at the field day.“This field day gives us an opportunity to share with producers in the industry some of the newest research that we’re doing with cotton and peanuts. It allows us to get into a field setting and actually put our hands on certain things, see what’s happening and talk about it together,” said Jared Whitaker, UGA Cooperative Extension cotton agronomist.Georgia’s cotton farmers hope this year’s crop will rebound after being decimated by Hurricane Michael in early October 2018. According to estimates from UGA Extension agents and agricultural economists, there were between $550 million and $600 million in direct losses, along with an additional $74 million in agriculture sector losses.Georgia’s peanut crop fared better, suffering between $10 million and $20 million in direct losses.“The cotton and peanut research field day provides a perfect opportunity for growers to provide feedback on future research projects based on issues they are having on their farms,” UGA Extension peanut agronomist Scott Monfort said.For more information about cotton, see the Georgia Cotton News website.
The Jackson and Cowpasture Rivers run cold as they make their way through the mountains to converge with other tributaries leading to the Chesapeake Bay. They’re perfect spawning streams for native trout and smallmouth bass, which draw anglers from all over for some of the finest fly fishermen in Virginia. The Jackson and Cowpasture Rivers are top choices for paddlers. Area outfitters equip adventurers with kayaks, canoes, tubes and shuttle services. At Douthat State Park visitors can rent a funyak, Jon boat, paddleboat, hyrdobike, or paddleboard between Memorial Day and Labor Day. On the much larger Lake Moomaw, visitors can use the lake’s boat ramps to put in a bass boat, jet ski, or even sailboat and explore all 2530 acres and 43 miles of wooded shoreline. The fishing at Douthat State Park is similar to that of LakeMoomaw but could be considered more family friendly thanks to a designated kids’fishing area. Casters 12 and younger can fish for trout below the dam in WilsonCreek. Brook, Brown, and Rainbow varieties are stocked twice per week duringthe fee-based fishing season, making the odds of getting a bite swing in yourfavor. Don’t let the adventures of summer in the mountains pass you by. Plan your trip at DiscoverBath.com to experience a place just far enough off the beaten path to feel like a world away. There’s no better time to be on and in the water than summertime, and the waters of Bath County offer all the splashing fun a family could want or all the solitude an angler or paddler might desire. Lake fishing can be rewarding with a wide array of both warmand cold water species thriving in Lake Moomaw, an impoundment created byGathright Dam and fed by the Jackson River. Fish two stories of habitats topull in the cold brook, brown, and rainbow trout or a variety of warm biterslike channel catfish, crappie, and largemouth bass. Only trout are stocked inLake Moomaw. Hit the beach in the mountains of western Virginia atDouthat State Park or Lake Moomaw. Less than 45 minutes from Hot Springs,they’re both great places to float and while away the day in the sun and on thesand. Access the beaches at Lake Moomaw within the Bolar Mountain RecreationArea where you can also enjoy camping and hiking. Be sure to pack a picnic andbring the camera.
Bolivia, the world’s third largest cocaine producer, will ask the European Union and United Nations to provide helicopters and radars to fight drug trafficking, President Evo Morales said on December 13. “We are going to make this request official soon,” he said. “I would see that not as cooperation, but as an obligation, to more effectively fight drug trafficking in Bolivia.” The Andean country, one of the poorest in South America, has an ageing fleet of 10 UH-1H Huey helicopters that it obtained from the United States in the 1980s and early 90s. “The drug traffickers, especially the international ones, are equipped with technology that is superior to what the government has,” Morales said. Bolivia has been eagerly seeking ways to boost and diversify foreign aid for its drug trafficking programs since expelling the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration in 2008. Even so, Washington, D.C. still provided about $15 million to Bolivian anti-drug programs in 2011. The E.U. has allocated $53 million (40 million euros) in aid to Bolivia for 2012, mostly for social programs or to subsidize cultivation of alternative crops to cocaine. Brazil, the region’s heavyweight, signed a bilateral agreement with Bolivia this year that would make drones and helicopters available to the Andean country, the source of 80 to 90 percent of the cocaine circulating in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo. By Dialogo December 15, 2011
The Peruvian government extended the state of emergency in five provinces in the northeast for 60 days due to the presence of the Shining Path and drug trafficking guerrilla fronts on January 3, the official state bulletin reported. The affected areas, which will remain under the control of the Police and the Armed Forces, are the provinces of Marañón, Huamalíes and Leoncio Prado, in the region of Huanuco; the province of Tocache, in the region of San Martín; and the province of Padre Abad, in the Ucayali region. In these areas, the state of emergency has been in place since September 2011, when the government of President Ollanta Humala had been in power for less than three months. According to the government, these areas are not only affected by remnant fronts of the Shining Path, but also have “problems with drug trafficking and illegal coca leaf plantations, which is the main source of employment for people in the area.” While a state of emergency is in force in Peru, the rights to freedom, inviolability of the home, and freedom to assemble, as well as free movement are suspended. By Dialogo January 07, 2013
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York But let’s make one thing perfectly clear: this is written by a man who is the head of Russia. Russia, where the air conditioning in the room conked out even though I was in the Presidential Suite. Russia, where no one smiles and where people actually look disappointed that they are white.Read the entire “response” here.
SOLD: 30 Lever St, Albion sold for $950,000 at auction on September 1, 2018.“Bidding kicked off at $800,000, and it (quickly) moved up to about $890,000,” Mr Lea said.“Then from $890,000 to $950,000 it was painfully slow, in one thousands and $500 (bids).“All three bidders got quite involved and the one at the very end, basically launched in last minute.“It had already been declared on the market at $925,000 and they jumped in.“They made one bid in the $800,000s, and they jumped straight on the end and were very successful.” Buyers though the refurbished Albion home had a great location.Mr Lea said throughout the campaign buyers had been attracted to the street and location.“On the street there are a lot of beautifully renovated homes, so it’s really encouraging when you’ve got a slew of other renovated homes on the street that you’re not buying into a terrible area,” he said.“I think the block was quite moderate in size at 422sq m, so it was a lot of house on a smaller block and also, it’s quite inner city, it’s very central to pretty much everything and is in the Ascot State School catchment.” GOING GONE: This Hollond Park home sold for more than 800 per cent the owners purchased it for 31 years ago.HOW does an 814 per cent return on your investment sound? Well that’s roughly the percentage increase the sellers of 32 Percival Tce, Holland Park gained in the 31 years they owned the home. >>AUCTIONS SET TO START SPRING WITH A BANG >>CONTAINER HOME ATTRACTS PRE-AUCTION INTEREST >>MILLIONS CHANGE HANDS IN PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS The vendors purchased the property for just $145,000 in 1987, and sold it under the hammer yesterday for $1,326,000 to a local family. The view from the Percival Tce, Home.Ray White Sherwood/Graceville sales executive Lachlan Humble said more than 70 people had inspected the home in the lead up and about 50 of them turned up to the auction.Mr Humble said a whopping 11 bidders registered to buy the home, and bidding started at $900,000. “We probably had between 20 and 30 bids to get $1,326,000,” he said.Mr Humble said the vendors were happy with the results, but had mixed emotions about leaving after 30 years. >>FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON TWITTER<< A refurbished Albion home also sold at auction yesterday — catching a $950,000 price tag.McGrath Estate Agents Wilston sales agent Craig Lea said about 40 people gathered on the back lawn and deck to see three registered bidders vie for 30 Lever St.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market17 hours ago No. 24 Canowie Rd, Jindalee sold under the hammer on the first day of spring for $665,000.@realty Centenary Suburbs sales associate Adam Wishart sold 24 Canowie Rd, Jindalee under the hammer for $665,000.Mr Wishart said bidding started at $545,000 and two of the four registered bidders put their hand up at auction in front of about 20 onlookers.