Last night, the String Cheese Incident played the final night of their three-night run at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater, and the seventh and final show of a well-received and quintessential SCI Colorado run. Last weekend the Barefoot Boys played two-nights at Telluride’s The Ride Festival before moving to two-midweek shows at the newly renovated and re-opened Dillon Amphitheater, in Dillion, Colorado, and concluding with three creative masterpieces at Red Rocks. Sunday’s show was the epitome of String Cheese creativity, and even a downpour during a beautiful “Cedar Laurels” couldn’t stop the Red Rocks crowd from boogying the night away.String Cheese Incident kicked off the first set in old-school style with “The Hobo Song” into “Road Home”, an appropriate way to start in the state that the majority of the band members call home. Michael Kang seemed to be loose and on fire from the get-go, hammering away on mandolin as Bill Nershi cruised through quick bluegrass solos on acoustic guitar. Continuing in the bluegrass theme, bassist Keith Moseley stepped up to the mic, leading the sextet through a breezy take on “Doin’ My Time”. Moseley nailed the lead as Kang and Nershi continued to up the ante, tossing solos back and forth to each other, gradually building up to a smoking peak.A massive “Restless Wind” was up next, Kang hopping between mandolin and the fiddle as they worked through the ‘Round The Wheel tune. There’s no one in the game that switches it up between instruments as easily and smoothly as Michael Kang. The backbeat that Michael Travis and Jason Hann provide for their bandmates allows for the organic improv that Cheese has mastered over the years to flow effortlessly. String Cheese Incident’s roots run deep in Colorado, and last night’s (never miss a) Sunday show spectacle was a highlight of their entire seven-night run.“Restless Wind” led way to “Manga”, a recently debuted Jason Hann tune honoring the legendary Cameroonian musician, Andre Manga. The rain started to come down as Travis’ opening drum breakdown for “Cedar Laurels” rang out. Kyle Hollingsworth got things going, spinning through solos on the organ as Nershi switched over to electric guitar and dove headfirst into blissful jam-territory. The rain kept pouring down as String Cheese Incident brought set one to a close with “Eye Know Why”, Hollingsworth leading the way on vocals. Kang and Nershi wailed away on the song’s main theme in perfect synchronicity, picking up the pace in hopes that Mother Nature would ease her rainy wrath—and she did.With the bad weather in the rearview mirror, String Cheese Incident came back out for the second set, opening with “Vertigo”, another new “Sound Lab” tune debuted earlier this year. Mixing things up with old and new material seems to be working like a charm for the SCI boys, and Red Rocks seemed extremely receptive to their song selection throughout the weekend. Keith Moseley’s drippy opening bass line to “Round The Wheel” became louder, with Hollingsworth joining in, setting the mood for the remainder of the phenomenal Sunday show. Nershi’s opening line (“I’ve been waiting for the snow to fall”) got the crowd singing along, as some of the band members’ kids hula-hooped on the side of the stage. From there, Hollingsworth, Kang and Nershi, settled into a funky groove before appropriately dropping into “100 Year Flood”.“100 Year Flood” was an on-the-money call by the band, with Nershi and Moseley sharing vocal duties throughout the song, shining brightly. Former Elephant Revival member Bonnie Paine joined the band on “My One And Only”, off of 2017’s Believe. Hollingsworth and Paine’s vocal arrangement was beautiful, setting the mood for the remainder of the evening. As Paine exited the stage, the heavy opening riff for “Howard” washed over the crowd, before Hollingsworth tickled his way into the jumpy groove of the chorus. “Howard” went deep, giving Cheese a chance to end a memorable and remarkable weekend with intricate improvisation.A smooth segue from “Close Your Eyes” into “Valley Of The Jig” brought set two to a close, before String Cheese Incident welcomed back Paine along with Bill Nershi’s wife, Jillian Nershi, and members of Rising Appalachia, who took care of the shows opening duties earlier in the night, to the stage. The female-heavy guest entourage assisted on vocals for a massive bust out of the widely recorded gospel standard, “I’ll Fly Away”, last played by Cheese on 7/22/2007 at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, CA.For a full list of upcoming String Cheese Incident dates, head to the band’s website.Below, you can view a beautiful photo gallery of SCI’s roaring Sunday night show at Red Rocks via photographer John Verwey.Setlist: String Cheese Incident | Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO | 7/22/2018Set One: The Hobo Song, Road Home, Doin’ My Time, Restless Wind, Manga, Cedar Laurels> Eye Know WhySet Two: Vertigo, Round The Wheel> 100 Year Flood, My One And Only*, Howard, Close Your Eyes> Valley Of The JigEncore: I’ll Fly Away^*= w. Bonnie Paine (Elephant Revival)^= w/ Jillian Nershi, Bonnie Paine, Rising Appalachia membersString Cheese Incident | Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO | 7/22/2018 | Photos: John Verwey Load remaining images
The gear will be used for demining the area known as Cordillera del Cóndor, where Ecuador and Peru engaged in armed conflicts back in 1981 and 1995, due to an old territorial controversy that concluded after a peace agreement was signed in 1998. Last June, Ecuador and Peru announced the creation of a bilateral unit for demining that would be used in international operations coordinated by the United Nations. This contribution was provided as part of the Comprehensive Action against Antipersonnel Mines (AICMA) program under the Organization of American States (OAS), according to a statement by the Ecuadorean Ministry of Defense. “In about ten years, we have extracted over 200,000 landmines. I believe there will be about 100,000 more landmines to extract, although it is very difficult to give an exact number,” Cristóbal Carrillo, member of Ecuadorean Army Corps of Engineers, told the press. By Dialogo October 02, 2012 During a ceremony in which Adam Namm, the U.S. ambassador in Quito, made the official donation, officials said that the equipment is valued at $500,000, and includes safety gear, helmets, and metal detectors. Part of the cooperation from the United States included having U.S. Military demining experts previously train the Ecuadorean soldiers. The United States provided Ecuador with equipment to demine the shared border with Peru, on September 28. This border area endured armed conflicts in 1981 and 1995, informed official sources.
6A/3 Hanland St, Surfers Paradise.WEALTHY Victorian property developer Colin DeLutis has put his luxury Surfers Paradise apartment on the market. The CEO of DeGroup and former vice-president of the Carlton Football Club bought the Glitter Strip residence in 2008 – it was the late property developer Eddie Kornhauser’s property. The property was used as a holiday home for Mr DeLutis, his wife, and their two children.“We renovated when we bought it and it has been used for three to four weeks a year and kept it in really good condition,” he said.“It’s practically brand new.”Mr DeLutis owns another apartment in the Allunga tower and also splashed $5.25 million on a luxury penthouse at Mermaid Beach earlier this year. MORE NEWS: GOLD COAST AUCTIONS HEATING UP Tolemy Stevens of Harcourts Coastal is taking Mr DeLutis’ Allunga apartment to auction on October 13.“At the core of Australia’s most desirable destination is this luxurious beachfront residence offering the ultimate in cosmopolitan coastal living,” Mr Stevens said.“This is the ultimate permanent residence, luxury coastal holiday home or performing investment in the savvy investor’s portfolio.” Colin De Lutis and wife Michelle are selling their Surfers Paradise apartment.The 503sq m three-bedroom apartment is on the sixth level of the Allunga tower on Hanland St and sits above the Paradise Centre Shopping Centre.“He (Kornhauser) built the Paradise Centre and built Allunga in the early 80s,” Mr DeLutis said.“I bought it off his children and am the second owner. 6A/3 Hanland St, Surfers Paradise. MORE NEWS: JEFF HORN ENTERS HOUSEHUNTING RING 6A/3 Hanland St, Surfers Paradise. 6A/3 Hanland St, Surfers Paradise.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:58Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:58 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD576p576p360p360p216p216pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenWhy location is everything in real estate01:59 “I love the Gold Coast and have always been a fan of the city,” he said.“After you come out of Melbourne it’s always nice to come to the Coast – sunshine, great restaurants, the beaches – and at the end of the day it’s a great place to come for a holiday.”Mr DeLutis, whose family built their wealth by founding Westco Jeans before going into property development. Soak up that view. 6A/3 Hanland St, Surfers Paradise.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa15 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago
BANGOR — The Lady Lakers of Lake Region High School, who will face the Mount Desert Island Lady Trojans Friday in the state championship game, entered the tournament top seed in Class B West.The Lakers’ one loss in their 17-1 season was back in December, at Wells High School. They avenged that loss Saturday in the Western Maine championship game, beating Wells 59-51.Lake Region’s girls have not won a state Class B title since 1975, but they were Western Maine Champions between 2006-2008, and every year from 2012 to the present. In each of the last two tournaments they lost the championship game to Presque Isle. In 2012 they lost by only two points, 49-47. The final score of the 2013 championship game was Presque Isle 51 – Lake Region 44.Lake Region High School is located in Naples and serves the towns of Bridgton, Casco, Naples, and Sebago.Find in-depth coverage of local news in the Mount Desert Islander. Subscribe digitally or in print. This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text Bio Town report wins award – October 11, 2014 Latest posts by Fenceviewer Staff (see all) Schoodic Grange hosting sale – October 30, 2014 Fenceviewer Staff Fitness trainer is now cancer-exercise expert – October 12, 2014 Latest Posts
It’s unclear by the report when the surgery will be and there is no timetable for Gallo’s return. However, the report noted that the average recovery time from surgery on the hamate bone is 3-6 weeks, meaning Gallo will be put in the injury list.Gallo left Tuesday’s game against the Mariners in the eighth inning with the hurt hand. He had already missed three weeks in June with an oblique injury. Related News Blake Snell injury update: Rays ace to have elbow surgery, out at least 4 weeks MLB trade rumors: Rangers ‘likely’ to move Mike Minor; Phillies, Brewers interested in starter The Rangers will be without one of their best players heading into August.Joey Gallo will undergo surgery on the hamate bone in his right hand, according to The Athletic. It’s a tough blow for the Rangers, who currently are vying for a wild card spot, but are 6.5 games behind a place in the playoffs. Rangers’ Mike Minor unhappy he might be moved: ‘It’s almost like I signed just so they could trade me’ On top of that, the Rangers have lost nine of their last 10, with Tuesday’s win ending an eight-game skid.Gallo, 25, had a .253/.389/.598 slash line with 22 home runs in 70 games before he was injured.
VIDEO: Rwanda arrives in Entebbe ahead of Nations Cup qualifier.Kampala, Uganda | NTV UGANDA | Rwanda is settling into Entebbe ahead of their 2018 African Nations Cup qualifier against Uganda on Saturday. The match, which will be the first leg of the final qualifying round, will take place at St Mary’s Stadium in Kitende.Share on: WhatsApp