Last night, Eric Lindell played the first of two nights at Hill Country Live for his Holiday Roots Music Show in New York City. The New Orleans-based singer/songwriter debuted his first live Grateful Dead cover, bringing “Casey Jones” to the forefront of his soul-soaking blues-rock performance.Thankfully, Marc Millman was on the scene to record this special moment, along with a stand-out reggae medley that kept the groove going for all those in attendance. Check it out: Tonight, Eric Lindell returns to the stage to close out his two-night Holiday Roots Music Show at Hill Country BBQ, then will head to The Saint in Asbury Park, NJ before heading home to New Orleans to close out the year at the Carrollton Station.
By Sharon DowdyUniversity of GeorgiaBook stores and Web sites are filled with the latest manuals geared for both advanced and novice gardeners. But if buying the newest how-to book doesn’t fit your budget, turn to University of Georgia experts for free information online.Some 600 publications availableThe UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Web site (www.caes.uga.edu/publications) offers more than 200 research-based publications on gardening and landscaping. Another 400 publications cover subject areas ranging from how to raise horses, cattle, pigs and chickens to how to control carpenter ants and termites. To a home gardener, there’s nothing like nurturing a tomato plant and watching it produce ripe, red tomatoes. But seeing the fruit begin to rot on the vines can cause even a seasoned gardener to panic. For answers, home gardeners can turn to the CAES publications on blossom-end rot to learn how to combat this problem. View instantly or download for laterThe easiest way to find the information on the site is to do a Google search for your topic, said Amanda Swennes, the CAES publications editor who manages the collection. The Web-based publications can either be viewed online or downloaded as a PDF file. “We average about 2.5 million hits a month and 11 percent of those are from addresses outside the U.S.,” she said. The most requested publications in May were Rats and Mice – Keep Them Out of Your House and Yard, Fast-growing Shade Trees, Centipede Lawns, Camellia Culture for Home Gardeners, Dogwood Diseases and Problems, Home Garden Apples and Home Garden Strawberries. The newest or most recently updated CAES publications include Blossom-End Rot and Calcium Nutrition of Pepper and Tomato, Home Garden Blueberries, Home Garden Strawberries, Flowering Annuals and Perennials for Georgia Gardens and Growing Indoor Plants with Success.Most popular publications change with seasonsEach month Swennes keeps a record of the most popular publications. To make sure the publications remain current, Swennes asks UGA faculty to update their publications every one to three years. “This summer, we will release part two of the Native Plants for Georgia publication, which focuses on ferns,” she said. “The first one focuses on trees, shrubs and woody vines.” “Crape Myrtle Culture is usually one of our most requested publications,” she said.
All right all you good little boys and girls, let’s think about what we want Santa put under the tree this year.How about a wool PISGAH jersey made by local Pisgah Works? It’s a full zip, with a silver pull ornately designed as a dragon. It has a hood, complete with tiny visor so that it can be worn under the helmet. The visor keeps your face from being leaked on by the annoying drip through the slits in the helmet. The extra-long sleeves have thumb-holes, which are perfect for those days you don’t want a gap between your glove and sleeves. It’s even perfect on the days you almost needed gloves. Of course it has snug rear pockets. The best part is how frigging cool you look, and everybody tells you so.You just can’t get enough base layers, either. That includes socks, which have become nearly as important as shorts. DeFeet, which is a local company, has always kept my toes comfy whether they’re wet in the summer or the winter. Everybody needs a thin, long-sleeve thermal layer with a neckline that doesn’t choke or bind and tucks down low into the shorts. As for tights, it’s that time of year that if you don’t have fleece tights, you probably won’t ride.Since buying whimsical, yet highly functional gear can be a little costly, a great stocking stuffer would be a cool riding shirt from Club Ride. Not only do you look like a sexy cowboy, but the material does not hold stink. You can finish an epic Sunday in it and still wear it to work the next morning. Not only is the line American made by some hot dude in Idaho, but he buys tricot material from a local company who also serves Patagonia.Who wants to struggle anymore with a hand pump. What we need is a sturdy floor pump with a gauge. It works well for cars and motorcycle tires too.It’s pretty much guaranteed that riders are going to go through some tubes, so might as well fill the stocking with a few to stash in the backpack. Other safety necessities might be a small first aid kit (with painkillers and a suture kit). Even a whistle is a good idea, as well as a fistful of Cliff Cubes, which are yummy gummies filled with the necessities for trail-burned legs on a long ride.Speaking of packs, Camelbak is no longer the only choice for hydration. Osprey has busted out with a system that craves details. The bladder has a long handle and screw top that never suctions on too tightly, requiring a Hulk grip to open it. It has a firm back that allows the bladder to slide easily into the pack, providing a smooth surface on the rider’s back. It has small, waterproof, zipped compartments that can be washed out. Never does the tube down to the valve flop around tapping your knee in that irritating fashion. The chest strap has a super magnet that holds the valve in place, just inches from your thirsty lips. Plus, they’ve got a cool purple one that funds breast cancer research.The only other thing I can think of beyond a Go-Pro video camera is a small private fridge in the garage filled with beer.
Meanwhile, since March 14, the Police Regional Office 6 (PRO-6)has not received from its various units across Western Visayas reports on pettystreet crimes such as snatching, bag-slashing, pickpocketing and the like. Very few buy-bust operations were carried out since last weekbecause most targets were not keen on making transactions, according toDirector Alex Tablate of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) Region6. Tablate also said the scarcity of buyers – mainly due to thecommunity quarantine – may have discouraged drug pushers from doing business atthis time. The operatinghours of night clubs, massage parlors, spas, casinos, cockpits, movie houses,computer shops, online gaming shops and the like are until 8 p.m. also./PN The six provincial governments – Iloilo, Antique, Aklan, Capiz,Guimaras, Negros Occidental – in Western Visayas and key cities such as Iloiloand Bacolod have taken unprecedented steps to shield their areas from thepossible entry and spread of COVID-19 such as imposing border restrictions,closing schools, cancelling mass gatherings, and shortening business hours. On the otherhand, the operating hours of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, cocktail loungesand the like shall be until 8 p.m. only. “COVID-19 is adversely affecting illegal drug sales. Wala silang orders. Stay lang sa bahay ang mga buyers and users,”Tablate said. “Mahigpitang mga pulis sa pag-inspect,” the director added. Some target drug personalities did not have supplies likely becausetravel restrictions were making it difficult for their suppliers to transportor ship the supply, said Tablate. Theseshortened operating hours ordered by Mayor Jerry Treñas aim to further limitthe people’s risk of exposure to the virus causing COVID-19. PDEA-6 regional director Alex Tablate It appeared, according to PRO-6 spokesperson, Police LieutenantColonel Joem Malong, that petty street criminals stayed at home for lack ofprospective victims. Citing intelligence reports, he placed the drop in sales at around40 percent. She noted the dramatic shrinking of the volume of people going outand the number of public transport operating. In this city alone, shoppingcenters are operating on a shortened period – from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. only. ILOILO City – The virus causing a pneumonia-like disease nowcalled COVID-19 (coronavirus disease 2019) may be scaring drug traffickers andpetty street criminals in Western Visayas. “Perhaps they’re scared of getting the coronavirus, so wala may mabiktima ang mga criminals,”said Malong. These precautionary measures forced people to just stay home, saidMalong.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: The strong bond between Bollywood and cricket is undeniable , be it the constant link-ups between the cricketers and the Bollywood actresses or the dominance of Bollywood in India’s biggest cricket feat Indian Premier League (IPL). And now the grapevine has it that Indian skipper Virat Kohli might make his debut on the silver screen. However, the news is yet to be confirmed. Virat on Friday (September 21) took to micro-blogging platform Twitter and shared a poster captioned: “Trailer: The Movie” ….. “Another debut after 10 years, can’t wait! #TrailerTheMovie”!The fans must be wondering what to expect next as Virat Kohli is seen emerging from a blazed background, that is full of cars and cracks. The poster definitely looks action packed and Virat being stunning as usual. Could this be his big break? Or this is just a advertisement for the brand he promotes ‘Wrogn Productions’?ALSO READ: BCCI reveals real reason behind India playing all matches in DubaiThe poster could be possibly a trailer for a product launch by the brand ‘Wrogn’ with Kohli starring in the advertisement. However, it would be fun to watch what the Indian skipper is upto as he is on a rest after a long tour of England.Here is the poster: Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma are one of the most talked about ‘Jodis’ due to their social media presence, their power couple status, cute moments and the way Virat dedicate his centuries to his better half.ALSO READ: Asia Cup 2018, Bangladesh vs Afghanistan: Top 3 talking pointsVirat is currently on a rest after a long tour of England and will make a comeback to the Indian team for the tour of Australia. For the time being he is making his presence felt with a poster or an upcoming trailer for which the fans are eagerly waiting.
The Chevron Junior Tennis Championship will serve-off on Wednesday, October 23 at the prestigious Lagos Lawn Tennis Club at the heels of the two weeks long Lagos Open tournament. The tournament will feature 64 players competing in two age groups – boys and girls 12s and 16sThe Chevron Junior Championship will be a fitting climax to a project which took tennis to over 1500 boys and girls in seven target communities and had the best of them prepared for competitions.The project is already producing eye-catching results as players from the program are already punching above their weight and breaking into the senior and professional ranks.Seun Akinwumi, 12, paired his teammate Daniel Adeleye ,15, to win the doubles event at the National Youth Games in Ilorin for Ekiti State. The girls singles title was won by Destiny Okhinaye, 14, for Lagos State. The 16 year-olds were excluded from the competition.At the senior level, eight of the juniors got into the main draw of the CBN Senior Open Championship with two of the girls reaching the quarterfinals and getting invitations to the All Africa Games camp. Two of the junior girls, Serena Teluwo and Omolade Aderemi played in the main draw of the Lagos Open – a professional tournament.This week’s competition is expected to produce a lot of fireworks with defending champion in the Girls’ 16, Rebecca Ekpeyong, going against in-form players like Teluwo and Okhinaye. Omolayo Bamidele and Aderemi, finalist and semifinalist of the last edition have been promoted into the senior category.The boy’s 16 category will also be missing the rivalry between David Dawariye of the South South and Suleiman Mohammed of Abuja who have been promoted to the seniors. However, 14 year-old David Ekpeyong and Adeleye will be favourites to win the boys 16 event.The boys and girls 12s is expected to throw up the regular rivalries. Favour Amaechi from the South South, Mary Azi from the North Central and Nene Yakubu from the South West in the girl’s event while Ogunsakin South West, Lucky Danjuma and Yakubu Yahonna of the North Central and Precious Ikeuba of South South stand out as the top contenders.According to the International Tennis Academy, organisers of the championship, entry into the venue is free and matches will start at 10 am each day and end at 4.30pm.The grand finale is scheduled for Sunday, October 27 starting 12 noon.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram