Vulfpeck Announces Five-Night Intercontinental Run Of Brooklyn Bowl Shows

first_imgBeloved funky rockers Vulfpeck have some new dates on the books, as the Michigan-based group has announced a five-night run throughout September at two Brooklyn Bowls. The group will hit the Brooklyn Bowl in New York for three nights, on September 8-10, before heading over to London for two nights, on September 16th and 17th.The band is fresh off of their performance at Fool’s Paradise, which saw them include special guests like Cory Henry, Adam Deitch, Ryan Zoidis, Eric Krasno and more for two great sets of music. You can watch highlights here. The group also has sets planned for Bonnaroo, Outside Lands, North Coast Music Festival and so many more.Tickets will go on sale by April 22nd, and can be found here. Show details can be seen on the poster below:last_img read more

Tilford and Naomi Brunner

first_imgMr. Tilford Louis Brunner, age 93 of Pilot Mountain, North Carolina, passed away January 19, 2018. He was born in Ripley County, Indiana on September 28, 1924. He was preceded in death by his loving wife Naomi Jean Brunner, age 79 on August 22, 2004. She was born in Osgood, Indiana on May 8, 1924. Both Tilford and Naomi were members of the First Baptist Church of Pilot Mountain. Surviving are two sons and two daughters-in-law, Mark Louis Brunner and wife Brenda, Todd Eugene Brunner and wife Karen; a grandson, Troy Brunner; a granddaughter Megan Edge.An 11:00 am graveside service will be conducted on December 1, 2018, for Tilford and Naomi, at Greendale Cemetery of Osgood, with Pastor Donald Buck officiating. Services are being handled by Neal’s Funeral Home.www.nealsfuneralhome.netlast_img read more

59th Senior Caribbean Table Tennis Championships

first_imgGuyana team arrive, serve into action todayGUYANA’S national senior women’s and men’s table tennis teams arrived in Havana, Cuba early yesterday morning ahead of their participation in the 59th Senior Caribbean Championships, which began yesterday and continues until next Monday at the ‘The Sports City Coliseum’ in La Habana.The contingent had departed from Guyana and the USA on Monday en route to Cuba,Christopher Franklin, Nigel Bryan, Joel Alleyne and women’s player Natalie Cummings left Guyana on a Copa Airlines flight while travelling from the USA were Shemar Britton, Trenace Lowe, Chelsea Edghill, Priscilla Greaves, Dianne Chance, who will also act as team manager. George Nicholas and Cardo Williams will be in the men’s veterans category.Edghill and Greaves, who recently completed one-month training stints in China, will be in the women’s Under-21 category while Britton will lead Guyana’s charge in the men’s Under-21 category.Britton is coming off a campaign in the USA, where he won the Asian American Culture Table Tennis championships (AACTT) Open Under-24 category on July 9, in Flushing New York.Overall, 52 men and 44 women are scheduled to be competing in Havana, representing 13 associations from Aruba, Barbados, Cuba, Dominica, Dominican Republic, French Guiana, Guyana, Jamaica, Martinique, Puerto Rico, St Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia as well as Trinidad and Tobago.A total of 10 events will be held – Men’s Team, Women’s Team, Men’s Singles, Women’s Singles, Men’s Doubles, Women’s Doubles, Mixed Doubles, Under 21 Men’s Singles, Under-21 Women’s Singles, Over-45 Men’s Singles.last_img read more

Bazdarevic after Triumph over Wales: We won deservedly!

first_imgAfter the match, the coach of the football national team of B&H commented on the last night’s performance of the Dragons and the victory against Wales within the qualifications for the European Championships which is to be played in France next year.“I think the guys played a good match. Perhaps there was not the expected quality. It was not easy at all, because we have not created many opportunities. However, the victory is nice and we are going to Cyprus to achieve what we are all wishing for”, the coach Bazdarevic said after the match.The coach commented on Vedad Ibisevic coming back in shape.“Vedo deserved that we congratulate him on the goal and we hope he will score a lot more of them”, Bazdarevic pointed out.Three days from now, B&H is playing the last match in the qualifications, against Cyprus. Victory in that match would ensure performance in the barrage.“It is a master match, and there are no favorites. The winner goes on. Cyprus is a quality team, they have won against us and Israel, and I hope for the best”, coach Bazdarevic concluded.(Source: klix.ba)last_img read more

Help wanted: Security State Bank has opening for part-time teller at Walmart branch

first_imgSecurity State Bank has an immediate opening for a part time teller at our Walmart Branch. 15-20 hours, some Saturdays required. Cash handling experience preferred!  Please send resume to Lindsey Daugherty at [email protected] or apply at Security State Bank 101 North Washington Wellington, Kansas 67152. EOElast_img

Bryson DeChambeau says camera operator jeopardized his ‘brand’

first_imgA shot off the pace at the start of Day 3, Wolff posted six birdies and two bogeys on the front nine to make the turn in 32. Two tied at 17-under. @matthew_wolff5 just eagled the par-5 14th. #QuickHits pic.twitter.com/Awa6CW01Hh— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) July 4, 2020After another bogey at the 10th, Wolff caught fire with two birdies and an eagle before another gain at the 17th moved him to 19 under overall, ahead of Ryan Armour (67) and Bryson DeChambeau (67). Troy Merritt (67), Mark Hubbard (69), Seamus Power and Chris Kirk (70) are five strokes behind Wolff heading into the final round. Mesmerizing.The swing of 54-hole @RocketClassic leader, @matthew_wolff5 . pic.twitter.com/nrnQab1N9g— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) July 4, 2020Kirk shared a one-shot lead with 2012 U.S. Open champion Webb Simpson following Friday’s second round, but the former saw his advantage evaporate. Simpson is one stroke further back in a tie for eighth after signing for a 1-under-par 71 — his first round in the 70s this week. DeChambeau’s round included him confronting a camera operator after making bogey on No. 7. DeChambeau said the operator kept the camera on him for too long while DeChambeau reacted angrily to a poor bunker shot on that hole. Bryson running a little hot. Caught up with him on 7 where he took a Sergio slash at the sand after splashing out of a greenside bunker, muttered an expletive after missing the par save and spent 60 seconds in a…testy discussion with a cameraman on his way to 8 tee. pic.twitter.com/ENjQt1U689— Will Gray (@WillGrayGC) July 4, 2020The American said after his round that players should not be shown in a negative light and thus have their “brand” jeopardized.From Golf Channel :”As much as we’re out here performing, I think it’s necessary that we have our times of privacy as well when things aren’t going our way. I mean, we’re in the spotlight, but if somebody else is in the spotlight they wouldn’t want that either,” DeChambeau said. “I feel like when you’re videoing someone and you catch Tiger (Woods) at a bad time, you show him accidentally doing something, or someone else, they’re just frustrated because they really care about the game. It could really hurt them if they catch you at a potentially vulnerable time.”We don’t mean anything by it, we just care a lot about the game. For that to damage our brand like that, that’s not cool in the way we act because if you actually meet me in person, I’m not too bad of a dude, I don’t think.”Sporting News’ Tom Gatto contributed to this report. Matthew Wolff carded a second successive 8-under-par 64 to move to the top of the leaderboard after the third round at the Rocket Mortgage Classic. Wolff surged to a three-stroke lead through 54 holes thanks to another low round at Detroit Golf Club in Michigan on Saturday. The 21-year-old is eyeing his second PGA Tour title after winning last year’s 3M Open. last_img read more