Sing Out Loud Festival Announces 2019 Lineup: Kacey Musgraves, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, GZA, More

March 2, 2021 0 Comments

first_imgSing Out Loud Festival, Florida’s largest free music festival and benefit concert, returns to St. Augustine, FL this year throughout the month of September. Sing Out Loud Festival will host performances across multiple venues throughout the city of St. Augustine, including St. Augustine Amphitheatre, The Backyard at The Amp, and Colonial Oak.The 2019 event has unveiled the initial part of its 2019 lineup, with Kacey Musgraves and St. Paul & The Broken Bones headlining the month-long event. Sing Out Loud Festival will also see performances from Jenny Lewis, Kurt Vile, Shovels & Rope, The Growlers, Hot Water Music, Phosphorescent, GZA, Propagandhi, Subhumans, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, The Menzingers, Son Volt, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Lucie Silvas, Dave Hause, Raye Zaragoza, and many more acts to be announced soon.Head to Sing Out Loud Festival’s website for more information on venues and performances.last_img read more

Coronavirus has been my toughest opponent – Barca legend

September 26, 2020 0 Comments

first_img Promoted ContentBest Car Manufacturers In The World7 Things That Actually Ruin Your PhoneThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MorePlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeTop 10 Tiniest Phones Ever Made8 Fascinating Facts About CoffeePortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffiti7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black Holes10 Popular Asian Actresses That Look IrresistibleWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?The Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With Read Also: Messi welcomes Barcelona’s approach for Inter Milan’s forward“I hope that soon they will have left this tragedy behind them and that they will recover quickly from this,” he went on.“All my heart and my Turkish compatriots are with them.”During his 24-year career, Rustu played for Fenerbahce, Besiktas and Barcelona and also won 120 caps for Turkey.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The 46-year-old tested positive for coronavirus on March 29 and has since spent time in intensive care, where he was fighting for his life.“I am now starting to feel like myself again and my health is improving one day at a time.” Rustu told TuttoMercatoWeb.“My body was weak and I had to endure tough treatment but now I am on the road to recovery and I have God to thank for that.”The ex-Turkey international also sent a message of support to the Italian population, a country that has been one of the most affected. Former Barcelona goalkeeper Rustu Recber has revealed that fighting the coronavirus was one of the toughest things he has had to do.Advertisement Loading… last_img read more

Smalling ‘proud’ to play for Roma

September 24, 2020 0 Comments

first_img Promoted ContentWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Jason Statham Bought And Sold A Multi-Million Dollar HouseThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?You’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeWhy Do So Many Digital Assistants Have Feminine Names & Voices?10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do Chris Smalling has said ‘he is very proud’ to represent Roma, praising his loan club for its ‘clarity’ during the coronavirus pandemic. Loading… “It’s all been listed, but if some players at some clubs who don’t have that all in place yet then I can understand them being a bit fearful until that’s put in place. I’d want the same as well.” The Giallorossi have become renowned for their work outside of football, from promoting missing children to delivering supplies throughout the health crisis. “Roma have a very big heart. I noticed that quickly here. Roma do help people a lot, they help a lot outside of the norm. That’s great. “They really set an example, and other clubs have got on board. I’m very proud to be associated with Roma because of all their initiatives.” The defender has spent the season on loan from Manchester United, so how has he found the experience? read also:Arsenal make offer to Man Utd for Smalling “Some English players have gone abroad but not many. It was a challenge that I wanted to take. I’m someone who definitely lives by not having any regrets. “I like new things maybe out of my comfort zone and show people that anything is possible.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante and Watford captain Troy Deeney have chosen not to resume team training with their respective sides in England, and Smalling explained why everyone at Roma was onboard. “I can understand everyone’s position if they’ve not got that full clarity,” he told The Times. “Everybody wants to be as informed as possible. Fortunately, here at Roma, I feel like they have that clarity. They’ve kept us in the loop. “We had regular meetings with the CEO [Guido Fienga], talking about different measures, and keeping us up to date. “That’s been very useful to know their discussions with the league and the doctors and they are relaying that straight back to us. “That’s why I feel like a lot of players here are comfortable about coming back, knowing the different measures.last_img read more

Womens water polo has two players of the week

September 17, 2020 0 Comments

first_imgYouth showed its strength for the Women of Troy this week as sophomore driver Stephania Haralabidis was named Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Player of the Week, and freshman goalie Victória Chamorro was named MPSF Newcomer of the Week.This is Haralabidis’ first Player of the Week award, but she has a history of MPSF recognition as she won Newcomer of the Week on two different occasions last year.Haralabidis was an unstoppable force for USC this past weekend. In the semifinal game, as the No. 3-ranked Women of Troy competed against No. 11 Cal State University Northridge, Haralabidis scored five goals.  Four of them came in the first half of the game. In the championship game against No. 6 UC Irvine, Haralabidis not only notched a first-period hat trick, but she repeated her dominant scoring performance with another five goals.Having scored two in each of Saturday’s games against Cal State East Bay and Long Beach State, Haralabidis finished the tournament with 14 total goals.Haralabidis earned All-America Honorable Mention honors last season, her first at USC.  Haralabidis is a native of Greece who has competed on both the Junior and Senior National Teams.With the first award of her Trojan career, Chamorro started off the season with a new personal best.  Playing in goal for the Women of Troy for all four quarters of the championship victory against No. 6 UC Irvine, Chamorro captured 15 saves — her new career best.Chamorro played a total of 13 periods over the weekend for the Women of Troy and garnered 27 total saves.  Over her time in goal, Chamorro allowed only 11 goals during the entire tournament.Chamorro hails from Brazil and is a member of the Brazilian National Team.At this weekend’s Triton Invitational, USC won each game by at least five goals.  USC beat Cal State East Bay 22-4, Long Beach State 15-1, No. 6 CSUN 19-3 in the semifinals, and No. 3 UC Irvine in the championship game 10-5. The Women of Troy are undefeated this season with a record of 6-0.  Looking ahead, they will be competing in the Lancer Invitational Friday and Saturday in Riverside, California. With only three senior members on the team, the Women of Troy look to continue building their dynasty with this young talent.last_img read more

Sunday blog: Talking Wheat Festival afterthoughts, water, and more…

August 14, 2020 0 Comments

first_img4. No foster parents…Sad to see that Babe Ruth Baseball has done away with the foster parent program. For years, my wife and I had hosted several dozen baseball/softball players from out-of-town. It was always great to meet new people and get their perspective in life. The players always loved Wellington.Now that program is gone. From what I’ve been told, it was getting so hard to find someone to host players, that it wasn’t worth the hassle. Also, there was the concern for liability.That’s a shame, because that foster parents brought something different to the table of youth sporting events and made the Babe Ruth program special. Now it’s an average tournament like any other summer weekend outing. e cnn Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (19) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +3 Vote up Vote down jack · 368 weeks ago water levels low at wellington lake. Why was the city selling water to the oil companies for use in drilling/fracking. Look what happened to anthony lake. The ninnescha is next oil companies have been sucking water out of it near rock road for over a month Report Reply 0 replies · active 368 weeks ago +15 Vote up Vote down anonymous · 368 weeks ago I’m calling Gus out. Baloney, dude. Until about a month ago, you were letting frackers “buy” as much as they wanted from Lake Wellington for their exploits. And man, they use a lot. You were lining the city bank account. Where’s the line between fiscal intellect and irresponsibility, Gus? This is a natural resource and a recreation spot. If denying us recreation, risking a fishkill and plain old selfishness aren’t heavy on your conscience, then leave the job so we can get someone else to do it which might be about due anyhow. Now I will get off my soap box, but be advised, Mr. Collins, we may be a small town lot of people but we did not (repeat – did NOT) just “fall off a hay truck.” Sell your snake oil to people who will buy it, dude. Report Reply 0 replies · active 368 weeks ago +8 Vote up Vote down Sumner Truck Driver · 368 weeks ago Water tower on the roundabout? Thanks to the city fathers it is nearly impossible to get a load of Sumner County’s #1 product (Wheat) thru Wellington to the elevator as it is. That tiny roundabout can’t handle a water tower and traffic together! 🙂 Report Reply 2 replies · active 367 weeks ago +8 Vote up Vote down oldman · 368 weeks ago Agree on it being a shame that Babe Ruth did away with host families ~ we both had kids stay with host families and we have opened up our home as a host family. Report Reply 0 replies · active 368 weeks ago +2 Vote up Vote down Scooter · 368 weeks ago Cueball I whole heartadly agree with you about the continuous coverage of the Trayvon Martin case and I agree the media will not rest until the rioting begin’s. I am a fervant beleiver of our constitutional right to a free media. While I am talking about constitutional right’s we are also promised a trial by a jury of our peer’s. With 24/7 coverage of high profile case’s I wonder how some jurisdictions can find an unbiased pool of potential juror’s Report Reply 0 replies · active 368 weeks ago +5 Vote up Vote down Concerned4Lake · 368 weeks ago I think it would be in the best interest of everyone in town to be aware of any water hydrant that has a hose connected too it with lots of metal pipes running away from it and REPORT it here. Then we can as a group of concerned citizens march on city hall and make Gus resign if he is lying to us about selling our precious water to the oil companies. Report Reply 0 replies · active 368 weeks ago +7 Vote up Vote down john · 368 weeks ago Gus isnt selling now. They are taking it out of the ninnescah 1/2 mile west of the bridge on rock road. I would like to know who in the state gave them a permit to suck water out of a river that at best right now is barely able to flow. How about a story on this cueball Report Reply 0 replies · active 368 weeks ago -10 Vote up Vote down Roy Rogers · 368 weeks ago One million gallons sold to oil companies. Three million used by Wellington residents. I think excessive toilet use is to blame. I knew many residents of Wellington were full of it, this should prove the point. Yes water is a precious commodity, but people we are not in the middle of the Sahara Desert here or down to our last gallon of water. Wake up and use some common sense. Wait a minute, there is no common sense as mentioned above; just excessive toilet use. I understand your concern, but please wake up and use some common sense. Report Reply 0 replies · active 368 weeks ago +6 Vote up Vote down soreloser 44p · 368 weeks ago C’mon Tracy, How about some investigative reporting. Is Gus selling too much of our water to the frackers, or is Roy Rogers right? Did Wellington Lake really get 2+ inches of rain like they did east of town. My rain gage read 1/2 inch, and I live 2 miles west of town. What about pumping from the Ninnescah? There are a lot of locals concerned about our water supply and recreation areas. We deserve some explanation. Report Reply 0 replies · active 368 weeks ago +5 Vote up Vote down jack · 368 weeks ago roy your real name isn’t gus is it. Report Reply 0 replies · active 368 weeks ago 12Next » Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments 2. Water at the lake… I had a request to explain why the boat ramps were being shut down due to the low lake level at the Wellington Lake despite the recent 2 1/4 inches of rain we had from last week.At the Wellington City Council meeting, City Manager Gus Collins explained the lake only rose one inch despite the 2 1/4 inch rainfall. That was due in part that the city water users last week during a particular peak triple digit day took in 3 million gallons of water putting extreme demands on the system.“It was worse two years ago,” Collins said.Wellington Mayor Roger Stallbaumer added that several old trees at Woods Park have died this year due to the drought.According to the U.S. Drought Monitor by the University of Nebraska, Sumner County is still in severe drought status (see graph here).Thus, the moral of the story is to use water sparingly. Rationing may soon be part of Wellington’s future. 5. Vacation…It might be a little slow this next week on Sumner Newscow. My son Quinn and I are taking our annual summer trip across the world. I’ll update the website when I can. Please e-mail me at [email protected] your latest happenings. If you see news happening like the water tower falling on the roundabout, give Shane Farley, publisher of our sister website in Winfield a call at 620-222-2225.center_img Commentary by Tracy McCue — Five Cueball thoughts for July 21, 2013…1. Kansas Wheat Festival afterthoughts…I have no complaints on the 2013 Kansas Wheat Festival, but may I make a couple of friendly suggestions…1) First we need more trash crash. It seemed like during the whole weekend the available trash cans were overfilled and spilling garbage everywhere. 2) I’d like to see more quality and less quantity acts at the Picnic in the Park. Some acts were very, very good. Some acts were not so much. The problem is when the not-so-good acts were on stage it became so tedious that many people in the audience left robbing themselves of seeing the really good acts like Zach Troutman and the Lough brothers.I don’t know what the solution is, but to make a plea for those who lip sync to at least come to the stage with a costume and make it really funny. Otherwise the act doesn’t work.On the positive side, I loved the Picnic in the Park move from Melody Bowl to Sellers Park, and great job with the parade. Mud Bugs are the best group around and should be a permanent act for the Wheat Festival. The carnival was great, but just one more friendly suggestion…Bring back the ferris wheel! I always loved the ferris wheel because it gave you a chance to see Wellington from another point of view. 3. George Zimmerman trial…I promised myself I would not make a comment about the Travon Martin – George Zimmerman case, and I will not talk about the case itself.But may I just express my sincere disappointment with my media brethren on the national circuit, who are dedicating themselves 24-7 in turning this situation into a massive race riot.I have had enough of Fox News, CNN, the Drudge Report and even the network stations, stirring the flames to the point where we will indeed be rioting on the streets which, of course, means great ratings for the news cable companies.I realize we still have a ways to go in our everlasting struggle with race relations, but let’s move on. And you too Obama …last_img read more

Cross Country Closes Season at NCAA Midwest Regional

December 24, 2019 0 Comments

first_imgPrint Friendly Version Men’s Results Story Links PEORIA, Ill. – The Drake University cross country teams closed the 2018 campaign Friday morning at the NCAA Midwest Regional Championship in Peoria, Illinois.The Bulldogs turned in strong individual performances but did not hit the necessary team or individual marks to advance to the NCAA Championship, ending a solid second season for the program under second-year director of track & field and cross country Mark Carroll.The men’s team turned in a 15th place performance in the 31-team field behind Kevin Kelly’s 31st place finish among 208 runners. Kelly finished the 10k course, the Bulldogs’ first 10k of the year, in 31:45.7. Kyle Brandt also recorded a top-50 finish in 46th place at 32:07.1.Rachel Selva led the women’s team as she was the first Bulldog to cross the finish line. She came in 139th in the 232-runner field with a time of 22:32.3 on the 6-kilometer course. Olivia Rogers and MyKaela Cole finished behind her in 153rd and 165th places, respectively. As a team, Drake’s women’s team finished 29th out of 34 teams with a very young lineup that featured only one upperclassmen and just five runners competing at the Regional Championship.Following Friday’s NCAA Midwest Regional Championship, Drake’s cross country student-athletes will briefly recuperate from the rigors of the season to prepare for the upcoming indoor track and field schedule. The Bulldogs open up the indoor season Dec. 7-8, 2018, at the Jimmy Grant Invite in Iowa City, Iowa.NCAA Midwest Regional – Peoria, IllinoisDrake Individual Men’s Results10 kilometers – 208 runners 31. Kevin Kelly, 31:45.7 46. Kyle Brandt, 32:07.1 51. Joshua Yeager, 32:08.4133. Matt Cozine, 33:25.9152.  Kyle Cass, 34:01.6Drake Individual Women’s Results6 kilometers – 232 runners139. Rachel Selva, 22:32.3153. Olivia Rogers, 22:40.7165. MyKaela Cole, 22:56.3196. Millie Bretl, 23:27.9205. Elizabeth Aho, 23:46.7 Women’s Results last_img read more