The Chris Robinson Brotherhood have confirmed the release of their fourth studio album, Anyway You Love, We Know How You Feel, available July 29 through Robinson’s own Silver Arrow Records. The songs came into the studio as faint sketches and ideas, and were given life through the collective focus of Robinson’s incredible band.“It was an opportunity to see where our expression could take us. For us, when it comes to making records, the looser it gets the better,” says Robinson in a press release. “It’s all about taking our intuition and following it to where our ideas can really manifest themselves. This turned out to be the most spontaneous record I’ve ever been a part of.” The improv-driven masterpiece came as the result of a road-tested band who spent the last two years touring relentlessly and learning to understand each other musically before bringing everyone together for their first ever self-produced album.“All it takes is one good, small idea, and then if everyone’s focused and in the moment, a few hours later, you can have something that you realize you’ll be playing for as long as you’re making music,” Robinson continues. “I think when everyone’s aware that that’s the sort of magic that we’re looking for. More than any other session that I’ve ever been a part of, that’s how all of these songs were done.”The album’s first track is “Narcissus Soaking Wet,” which Robinson co-wrote with keyboardist Adam MacDougall. You can listen to the psychedelic, bluesy, toe-tapper below:Other songs that made it onto the album are “Ain’t It Hard But Fair,” “Oak Apple Day,” “Forever As The Moon,” “Leave My Guitar Alone,” and “California Hymn,” which you may recognize from the band’s touring setlists.Chris Robinson Brotherhood Debuts Emotional Prince And Bob Dylan Covers [Watch]“This band is about being a part of a community, it’s our little CRB culture,” explains Robinson. “These are our services when we play our music. And when it’s at its best, we feel like the music makes a connection with people that’s on a level that has nothing to do with commerce or nostalgia. There’s some other gravity that keeps us all together in those moments, and it’s representative of that kind of magic spell we’re chasing.” You can catch CRB on the road throughout 2016 in support of Anyway You Love, We Know How You Feel, with several summer music festival appearances, including Mountain Jam, High Sierra Music Festival, and Lockn’. They’ve also recently announced the addition of bassist Jeff Hill (Larry Campbell, Shooter Jennings), to their lineup. Check out the full tour schedule below! Additional details can be found on the band’s website.The Chris Robinson Brotherhood Summer Tour 2016:May 13 – Cherokee, TX – Cherokee Creek Music Festival June 2 – Hunter, NY – Mountain Jam June 4 – Atlanta, GA – Chandler Park Music & Food Festival June 5 – Knoxville, TN – Bijou Theater June 6 – Birmingham, AL – Iron City June 9 – New Orleans, LA – Tipitina’s June 10 – Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey Live June 11 – Austin TX – Scoot Inn June 12 – Houston, TX – Warehouse Live June 14 – Little Rock, AR – Revolution Music Hall June 15 – Jackson, MS – Duling Hall June 16 – Memphis, TN – New Daisy Theatre June 18 – Bend, OR – 4 Peaks Music Festival July 1 – Quincy, CA – High Sierra Music Festival July 15 – Charleston, SC – The Music Farm July 16 – Orlando, FL – The Beacham July 17 – Fort Lauderdale, FL – Culture Room July 19 – St. Petersburg, FL – The State Theatre July 21 – Macon, GA – Cox Capital Theatre July 22 – Augusta, GA – Sky City July 23 – Wilmington, NC – Greenfield Lake Amphitheater July 24 – Norfolk, VA – The Norva July 26 – Asbury Park, NJ – The Stone Pony July 27 – Annapolis, MD – Rams Head Onstage July 29 – Fairfield, CT – The Warehouse July 30 – Beverly, MA – The Cabot July 31 – Plymouth, NH – Flying Monkey August 5 – Stowe, VT – The Rusty Nail August 6 – Hartford, CT – Infinity Hall August 7 – Newton, NJ – The Newton Theatre August 25 – Arrington, VA – LOCKN’ September 16 – Morrison, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheater
It’s in the Bag! Essex Junction, Vt. – The winner of the Vermont Grocers’ Association Vermont State Best Bagger is 20-year-old Ethan Abar of Williston who works at the Shaws Market in Williston. He out-bagged eight other contestants from various stores across the state during the annual competition held at the Robert E. Miller Expo Centre at Champlain Valley Exposition. Each contestant had to fill two paper grocery bags with the same items and were judged on time, attitude and weight distribution. Judges for the contest were State Sen. Dick Mazza, Lt. Gov. Brian Dubie and State Sen. Peter Welch. As the grocery bagging champ, Abar will represent Vermont in the national bagging competition to be held in Las Vegas in February. He has worked at Shaws for 3 1/2 years and is a student at Champlain College. “I was nervous, but my experience paid off,” Abar said. The competition was part of a Vermont Grocers’ Association’s annual convention and trade show, held for the first time in Essex Junction at the new Expo North building. The weekend included educational seminars, a trade show with more than 100 exhibitors, a golf tournament and reception at the ECHO Center for Lake Champlain. The convention committee was co-chaired by Paul Lapotosky of Farrell Distributing and Paul Nerney of Shaw’s Supermarket. Steve Clayton of Shelburne Supermarket is Chair of the Vermont Grocers’ Association Board of Directors. Jim Harrison is president of the VGA. For more information about the event, visit www.vtgrocers.org(link is external)
April 30, 2003 Errata Errata T he UPL Actions column in the April 15 issue of The Florida News should have stated the following as to Angelo Pizzuto: Angelo Pizzuto, Miami Beach, permanently enjoined from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law following an October 10, 2002, court order based on a stipulated injunction without any findings of fact. (Case no. SC02-2059)
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Suffolk County authorities are investigating the case of a dog that died under suspicious circumstances in Central Islip over the weekend.The Suffolk County SPCA said the young white apparent Poodle mix was found dead and partially covered at the corner of Ferndale Boulevard and Coconut Street on Sunday.A veterinarian at the Veterinary Medical Center of Long Island in West Islip who examined the body did not believe it was hit by a motor vehicle and didn’t rule out blunt force trauma according to Roy Gross, chief of the Suffolk County SPCA. He said X-rays revealed that the dog suffered a fracture in the neck.Suffolk County SPCA investigators ask anyone with information on this case to call them at 631-382-772.
Harrowing scenes from hospitals in New York and elsewhere revealed a health system unprepared with basic supplies such as face masks, as well as life-saving devices like respirators.On Sunday, Trump cancelled his plans to re-open much of the country by Easter — April 12 — and extended social distancing guidelines until the end of April after his top scientists confronted him with data on the rising coronavirus crisis.Trump said America’s death rate was likely to increase for two weeks, describing as “horrible” a prediction by senior scientist Anthony Fauci that COVID-19 could claim up to 200,000 lives. The US death toll from the coronavirus pandemic passed 3,000 on Monday, according to the running tally compiled by the Johns Hopkins University, with more than 163,000 confirmed cases.The United States has recorded 3,008 deaths, according to the tally, while its 163,429 cases are by far the highest national number ahead of Italy, Spain and China.President Donald Trump has been criticized for an initially slow response by the federal government to the now-accelerating pandemic spread. Topics :
Three non-USC males were shot Tuesday evening west of Vermont Avenue near the university, resulting in two deaths. The shootings were most likely gang-related, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.The first shooting occurred at 5:20 p.m. near 35th Street and Budlong Avenue when police say a man in a white T-shirt approached the victim and shot him, fatally wounding him.Ten minutes after the first incident, four men shot and killed the second victim near Normandie Avenue and 35th Place. The suspects then drove away from the area in a black Pontiac, according to witnesses.The third shooting occurred near Catalina Avenue and 36th Street at 9:30 p.m., when police said a suspect shot and injured the victim. Witnesses did not see the suspect, but said he might have left the area in a burgundy Cadillac.LAPD requested the assistance of USC’s Department of Public Safety in response to the incidents, said DPS Capt. David Carlisle.“According to LAPD, this appears to be gang related and this appears to be specifically targeted victims,” Carlisle said. “It appears that [the three shootings] are related.”In response to the incidents, DPS plans to increase its presence in the area of the shootings, Carlisle said.“We are going to redeploy a variety of our DPS resources into that neighborhood…in hopes of discouraging any further violence,” Carlisle said.DPS released a university-wide crime alert early Wednesday morning.The victims are not connected to the university, but students in the area should be alert, Carlisle said.“When there’s that kind of violence in a neighborhood, students should be concerned and take reasonable caution,” Carlisle said. “We hope that they take the crime alert to heart.”Anyone with information about these crimes is asked to call DPS at 213-740-4321 or LAPD Southwest Area at 213-485-6571.
JEFF SCHORFHEIDE/Herald photoIt seems as if Bo Ryan’s constant complaints on the length of the Big Ten schedule haven’t fallen on deaf ears, after all. For years, the UW men’s basketball head coach has called for the conference’s season to be 20 games, with each team hosting and traveling to every school in the league. On Tuesday afternoon, the Big Ten announced it will be expanding the league schedule to 18 games, meaning teams will now only play two conference opponents once per season, as opposed to four. While it isn’t the perfectly balanced 20-game schedule Ryan is looking for, it is a step in the right direction. “This is a great decision for the league. I’ve been on record as wanting to play a 20-game schedule, which would mean you play everyone home-and-home,” Ryan said in a statement released by UW Athletic Communications Tuesday. “Increasing the number of league games is great for the conference and for the fans of the Big Ten.” It is unclear exactly how the league schedule will play out. The Big Ten won’t be able to rescind byes from teams, since one team will always be exempted from league play — with 11 teams, only 10 can play at once. It is also likely that Big Ten teams will lose two non-conference games to compensate for the addition of the league contests. “There are still some details that need to be worked out as to how everything will play out, but I’m sure the schools will work together to get everything resolved in a fair manner,” Ryan said. Purdue head coach Matt Painter was also pleased at the decision to expand the conference schedule. “I think it gives our conference a more balanced schedule,” Painter said in a statement. “It’s a step toward crowning a truer regular-season champion. I also think it has the potential to help our overall conference RPI and gives our fans another home Big Ten game to watch.” The schedule change will also reportedly apply to Big Ten women’s basketball.
O.J. Simpson was granted parole on Thursday morning in a 2007 armed robbery case after an hour-long hearing in Nevada. He could be released as early as Oct. 1.The former football star, who won the Heisman Trophy at USC in 1968, is currently serving time for his role in a 2007 Las Vegas dispute over sports memorabilia. Simpson has served nine years of a 33-year sentence. Simpson was convicted of breaking into a Vegas hotel room of sports collectors and taking items, which Simpson claimed belonged to him. The Nevada Board of Parole voted unanimously to grant Simpson parole after 30 minutes of deliberation. Simpson said in the hearing he plans to relocate to Florida after his release. The parole hearing was broadcast live across the country. Simpson answered questions about his time in prison as well as questions about the night of the robbery from each of the four Nevada Board of Parole commissioners. Simpson described in lengthy terms the details of the night of the robbery, maintaining that he was not aware of the gun in the hotel room and the property taken was his. Simpson showed flares of anger at the beginning of the proceedings, when claiming that the property he took belonged to him. Simpson seemed to avoid taking responsibility for the incident until the latter half of the proceedings.Toward the end of the hearing, Simpson took on a more subdued tone, describing himself as a model prisoner who simply wants parole so he can spend time with his children, which is consistent with his 2013 parole hearing. “I’ve not complained,” Simpson told the board. “For nine years, all I’ve done is be helpful.”He went further to claim he lived a relatively conflict-free life before the robbery, and plans to continue this after. In fact, the only conflict he mentioned was “struggling with fidelity.”“I’m not a guy that has conflicts on the street, and I won’t have any when I leave here,” Simpson said.Simpson followed his time at USC with a successful NFL and television career that cast him as a leading African-American figure in the country. A replica of Simpson’s Heisman Trophy currently sits in Heritage Hall and his plaque sits among the many on the Walk of Fame across from Howard Jones Field.The version of Simpson at the parole hearing is far different from the one painted of him during the infamous 1995 murder trial where he was charged with the murder of his wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her companion, Ron Goldman. One point of contention among Simpson and the board came with the issue of substance abuse. The board stated at the beginning of the hearing that they classified the offense as a substance-related offense because Simpson had admitted to consuming alcohol prior to the robbery. Simpson had stated back in the 2013 parole hearing that he would complete Alcoholics Anonymous, but admitted on Wednesday’s hearing that he had neglected to do so.“I think I’ve made it clear back then, I don’t have an alcohol problem … I don’t think anyone has ever accused me of having an alcohol problem or a substance problem,” Simpson said.Another key part of the hearing came with the testimony from the robbery victim in the case, Bruce Fromong. Fromong, who interestingly enough sported a Heisman shirt, maintained that Simpson should be granted parole.“O.J. never held a gun on me,” Fromong said. At the end of the testimony, Fromong even got emotional, stating that whenever Simpson gets out of prison, he will be there for him. “If he called me tomorrow and said ‘Bruce, I’m getting out, can you come pick me up,’ — Juice, I’ll be there tomorrow for you,” a tearful Fromong turned to say to Simpson.Among other unorthodox events, the hearing was marked by an unprecedented sense of levity and humor throughout, starting with the Nevada Board of Parole Commissioner Connie Bisbee misstating Simpson’s age as 90 (he is 70). “You look great for 90!” she said, earning laughs from Simpson and the crowd convened at the hearing. Simpson responded, “I feel like it, though.”Simpson’s fame is at an all-time high after two high-profile television programs about his life aired last year, including ESPN’s 30 for 30 five-part documentary and the FX true-crime series, The People v. O.J. Simpson.He could receive up to a substantial, but unknown amount of money from his NFL pension and a retirement plan at the Screen Actor’s Guild.CORRECTION: A previous version of this story stated the parole hearing took place on Wednesday. It took place on Thursday. The Daily Trojan regrets this error.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on January 21, 2020 at 1:17 pm Contact Mitchell: [email protected] Seven members of the Syracuse men’s lacrosse team were listed on Inside Lacrosse’s Preseason All-American list Tuesday, more than any other team in the nation.Despite being listed at No. 8 in IL’s Face-Off Yearbook Top 20, the Orange feature Nick Mellen, Chase Scanlan, Brendan Curry, Drake Porter, Peter Dearth and Brett Kennedy on the All-American teams. Tucker Dordevic earned an honorable mention.Mellen, a redshirt senior, was SU’s only first-team selection. Mellen was elected as team captain for his senior season after starting all 14 games at close defense, leading the team with 19 caused turnovers and picking up 31 ground balls in 2018-19.Scanlan, Curry and Porter were listed on IL’s second team. After winning a goalie battle heading into last season, Porter started in the cage for the first time in his Syracuse career. With a full season of experience, Porter is more confident heading into his senior season, he said.“I think for me there is less worry personally,” Porter said. “I don’t have to be as nervous not knowing what’s going on.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textRounding out Syracuse’s All-American selections were Dearth – a defensive midfielder – and Kennedy – a long stick midfielder –on the third team.Dordevic will join Scanlan and redshirt senior Stephen Rehfuss as key parts of Syracuse’s new-look attack led by newly-hired assistant coach Pat March.“The more they play together,” March said. “The better they will get.” Comments
Brands, sponsorships and non-endemic engagement in esports; these are three of the hottest topics in the industry right now. Mercedes, BMW and Audi recently threw in their hats for long term partnerships across the space whilst T-Mobile linked up with Riot and Cloud9. With the formalisation of franchising across League of Legends and Overwatch combined with ever increasing investments and acquisitions by traditional sport teams, the industry needs to mature and professionalise to be able to hit brand expectations and create intuitive activations with fans which will soon become the lifeblood of the industry.But what’s next for brand entry in esports? How can esports organisations better approach and understand what brands prioritise? Why aren’t there more household names in the industry? These questions define the waters in which esports swims and could potentially struggle against if the right approach isn’t taken.The Esports Roundtable Podcast (ERT), hosted by Joe Hills, the Founder of Looking for Group. ERT is a B2B podcast focused around discussing the past, present and future of all things business in esports.For Episode 7 of the Roundtable, Joe was joined by Imari Oliver, Founder and CEO of Bond + Play who shed some light on the current brands vs esports landscape. Before founding Bond & Play, Imari led sales and global partnerships for Esports at WME | IMG. There, he partnered with brands to design esports strategies and roadmaps.You can listen to the full podcast below:-Over the course of the 40 minute chat, Joe and Imari covered the following four major talking points; what esports orgs can learn to better approach brands, what brands can learn from esports in communicating with their audience, where are the biggest areas for collaboration moving forward and what are the next big industries that brands will enter from. Teams need to take a deeper dive into what brands bring to the table in a humble and professional way which ensures that the brand’s public image is “in a safe pair of hands” according to Imari. The discussion moved on to laying out how the industry could better communicate the passion and engagement of esports fans: “Brands are missing on a truly dedicated audience…using ESL One in New York as an example…fans are hooked to the main screen for eight hours a day. No one is looking at their mobile devices, everyone is super focused on the action on screen,” stated Imari. With six episodes in the library prior to this, we asked Joe why he decided to start the podcast. He told ESI: “I found myself having these fascinating chats with clients and candidates around their experiences in, and views on the industry and just knew that everyone could benefit from the transparency I was getting.“The more organisations and professionals in the space that start thinking collaboratively rather than selfishly pursuing their slice of the pie the better it will develop and reach its potential.”He continued: “I’m not arrogant enough to believe that I know everything in the space and having a humble and structure chat with experts is always eye-opening. We aim to keep it casual and entertaining as well which is a bonus!”A lot of esports content can tend to only dwell at the surface level with many podcasts only addressing the games and players at a casual level. The Roundtable represents the business alternative where esports professionals, curious non-endemics and hardcore fans alike can learn more from the transparent conversations around key topics in the space.Previous guests include LoL performance trainer Weldon Green (G2, CLG, TSM), Rob Black, COO of ESL UK, Federico Winer, Head of Entertainment Industries for SAP, Andre Flackel from Lagardere Sport and Simon Bennett, formerly Director of Partnerships for FACEIT.The Esports Roundtable Podcast is available every Wednesday on iTunes and Audioboom.You can also catch Hills moderating the panel session at our next ESI Forum event at Fnatic’s Bunkr on October 26th. Up for discussion will be sponsorship in esports; why, what and how, and will see Hills quizzing the likes of Fnatic, HyperX and DBLTAP on their thoughts and views. Secure tickets for the event here