Today, Chicago-native prog-jam heavyweights Umphrey’s McGee shared a brand new pro-shot video from their December 3rd, 2016 performance at Dominican Holidaze in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. The video, which captures the evening’s second section of “All In Time,” shows the very special guests who came onstage to “sit-in” toward the end of the tune: several of the band members’ young children. The little McGees’ presence onstage prompted proud grins from all of the band’s members, as Brendan Bayliss‘s children followed their dad’s lead throwing up the “horns” and Jake Cinninger‘s kids delighted in their dad milking some guitar solo feedback, before the whole extended family received a resounding standing ovation.Umphrey’s McGee, Disco Biscuits, STS9 & More Highlight Dominican Holidaze Day Three [Gallery]You can watch pro-shot footage of “All In Time (Part II) featuring the band’s “little helpers” from Dominican Holidaze 2016 below, via the band’s YouTube page:SETLIST: Umphrey’s McGee | Dominican Holidaze | Punta Cana, Dominican Republic | 12/3/16Set 1: Bridgeless > Conduit, Utopian Fir > Daffodils, All In Time > Bridgeless, Ocean BillySet 2: Plunger > 2×2, The Triple Wide > All In Time, Wife Soup, Dump CityEncore: SlackerNext up for Umphrey’s McGee is a 3-show run at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre from Friday, June 30th – Sunday, July 2nd. After Red Rocks, Umphrey’s will make their way to New York City for a special performance at Central Park SummerStage. For a full list of upcoming dates, head to the band’s website.Following Umphrey’s McGee’s performance at Central Park Summerstage on July 7th, head to Highline Ballroom for a very special Aqueous + Friends Official After Party featuring Umphrey’s guitarist Jake Cinninger and keyboardist Joel Cummins presented by Live For Live Music. For more information on the late-night, or to purchase tickets, head here.
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Scott Law & Ross James’ Cosmic Twang will play Denver, CO’s Cervantes’ Other Side on Friday, May 31st.Cosmic Twang features a rotating cast of musicians. Guitarists Law and James have announced the lineup for their upcoming Denver gig, which will feature The String Cheese Incident bassist Keith Mosesley, vocalist Nicki Bluhm, and The Terrapin Family Band multi-instrumentalist Alex Koford.Next up for Koford and his Terrapin Family Band bandmates is a two-night run at New Orleans, LA’s Joy Theater on April 25th and 26th, followed by appearances at Morrison, CO’s Red Rocks Amphitheater on May 29th, and Floyd, VA’s FloydFest on Wednesday, July 24th.Tickets to Scott Law & Ross James’ Cosmic Twang Denver show are on sale now here.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The 106th episode of the Ohio Ag Net Podcast, sponsored by AgriGold, with hosts Matt Reese, Joel Penhorwood, Kolt Buchenroth, and Zach Parrott. Todays podcast starts off with Joel’s Cab Cam interviews with Andy Detwiler and Greg McGlinch. Cab Cams this week are sponsored by Homan Inc.Intern Zach Parrott, goes on his first farm visits with Matt Reese and Kolt Buchenroth, where they meet up with Jess and Adam Campbell and Between the Rows farmer, Nathan Brown. Matt Reese also talked with dairy farmer Devin Cain and his backpack program to help feed hungry kids.
In this post we share how to create Blu-Ray discs using Adobe’s Premiere Pro video editing and Encore DVD authoring applications!Preserve the high-definition quality of your project through delivery by burning your video project on Blu-Ray. The videos below show you how to create Blu-Rays with Adobe Encore (and Premiere Pro for editing and exporting your video files).In the following video tutorial, Dave Helmly Sr. Technical Sales Manager for Adobe’s pro video product line, goes over his workflow for using the Premiere Pro Creative Cloud and Encore CS6 to burn Bluray discs. In addition, Dave also shares a slick way to create files with poster frames and chapter markers so you can have interactive playback on a variety of mobile devices including iPad and iPhone. This 20 minute video is an essential crash course for anyone looking to understand the fundamentals of DVD authoring with Encore:In a recent webinar, post production pro and Premiumbeat friend, Larry Jordan, demonstrated everything you need to know about creating Blu-Ray DVDs using three Adobe applications:Photoshop for creating DVD MenusPremiere Pro for editing and exporting your HD video fileEncore for testing and authoring your Blu-Ray discThe following video tutorial is a short excerpt of the full webinar and shows you how to create your menu buttons in Photoshop and import this file into Encore. If you’re interested in extensive training on how to create Blu-Rays in Encore you can purchase the full one-hour webinar over on Larry’s site for $24.99.
APTN National NewsHealing through laughter is one way to life the heaviness of the Truth and Reconciliation hearings.Two children of residential school survivors have found a way to bring laughter to others to help lift the spirits of many of the participants.APTN National News reporter Shirley McLean has more.
VANCOUVER, B.C. – After matching all four Extra numbers on the June 21st, 2019 Lotto Max draw local, Kim Peck plans to purchase new horses.“We were at a graduation dinner, and somebody said someone in Fort St. John had won $500,000, which a friend said is not a lot of money anymore, but I thought ‘It’s better than a kick in the butt,” said PeckAccording to the BCLC, the 66-year-old winner is a hard-working husband, father and grandfather who is excited to use his winnings to retire, invest in some horses and get back into his hobby of rodeo roping. “When I found out I had won, I told my wife and she was pretty happy! She didn’t believe me at first until I showed her my ticket.”“(The win) means the bills will all be paid off and the house is ours,” Peck said. I haven’t done roping for three years now, and I would like to pick that back up. I have been working a lot in the past, so it will be nice to have more time off.”British Columbians have claimed over $96 million in Lotto Max prizes so far in 2019 and the BCLC offers socially responsible gambling entertainment while generating income to benefit British Columbians.The BCLC shares, play for fun, not to make money.Visit GameSense.com.
NEW DELHI: Delhi Congress president Sheila Dikshit and other leaders of the unit on Monday discussed the possibility of an alliance with the AAP for the Lok Sabha polls in the city in a meeting with party chief Rahul Gandhi. The opinion remained divided on the issue and everyone in the meeting was unanimous that Gandhi should take a final call on it in the larger interest of the party, said a participant of the meeting.Sources said four former Delhi Congress presidents — Ajay Maken, Subhash Chopra, Tajdar Babar and Arvinder Singh Lovely favoured an alliance with the Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi. “AICC in-charge of Delhi Congress PC Chacko also handed over signed letters of 12 district Congress presidents, leaders of the party and councilors in three municipal corporation, in favour of the alliance, to Gandhi,” they said. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderFormer Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit has repeatedly voiced her opinion against the alliance, however, she has also said that the final decision will be taken by the party leadership. On the other hand, AAP has announced candidates for all 7 Lok Sabha seats while Rahul Gandhi, too, has said that Congress will fight to win all the seven seats in Delhi. Both the parties have however, continued to send to feelers to each other as leaders of both have time and again come out to say talks are on for an alliance. Earlier it was reported that NCP chief Sharad Pawar is mediating between the two arch-rivals to agree on an alliance in order to defeat the BJP. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsAmid the confusion, Rahul Gandhi’s crucial meeting with the Delhi Congress leaders is expected to come to a final decision before the Lok Sabha elections commence from April 11. “Once Rahul Gandhi takes an ‘in-principle decision’ on allying with AAP, which is expected in next few days and if it’s in favour of alliance, a committee will be constituted to negotiate with AAP for sharing seats in Delhi and Haryana,” they added. Delhi votes for its seven Lok Sabha seats on May 12.
Colombo: Over 130 suspects linked to the Islamic State (IS) terror group have been operating in Sri Lanka, President Maithripala Sirisena said Friday, days after the terror outfit claimed responsibility for the Easter bombings that claimed the lives of 253 people. The president said that several suspects have already been arrested following the Easter Sunday attacks, and the terror network will be completely eliminated from Sri Lanka. Information is that around 130-140 ISIS suspects linked to the terror network are in Sri Lanka. Around 70 are arrested, we will arrest them all very soon ending this (terror),” Sirisena said. Speaking further, the president said the Defence Secretary and Inspector General of Police had failed in their duties and that is why he called for their resignation. He said that they had failed to share prior information obtained by them over a possible terror attack in the country. The president added that he and the entire Government will also take the full responsibility for the attacks. Inspector General of Police Pujith Jayasundara and defence secretary Hemasiri Fernando have resigned from their posts over the security establishment’s alleged failures which led to the attacks on three hotels and three churches on Sunday. “The IGP has resigned. He has sent his resignation to the acting defense secretary. I’ll nominate a new IGP soon,” the president said. The police chief’s resignation came a day after the country’s defence secretary Hemasiri Fernando handed over his resignation letter to the president. Nine suicide bombers carried out a series of devastating blasts that tore through three churches and three luxury hotels on Easter Sunday. The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for the attacks, but the government has blamed a local Islamist extremist group National Tawheed Jamath (NTJ) for the attacks. Meanwhile, the Sri Lankan police which wrongly identified an American Muslim woman as a suspect in the deadly bombings on Easter Sunday has apologised for the goof-up, according to media reports on Friday. The police on Thursday issued a flyer with the names and photos of six persons — three men and three women — wanted in connection with the attacks that killed 253 people. On the flyer, a photograph of Amara Majeed was put wrongly by Sri Lankan authorities, identifying her as a suspect linked to the bloodshed. The name attached to the picture was Abdul Cader Fathima Khadiya — but the picture was of Baltimore-born Majeed, whose parents are from Sri Lanka. “I have this morning been FALSELY identified by the Sri Lankan government as one of the ISIS Easter attackers in Sri Lanka,” she tweeted. “What a thing to wake up to!” Around 253 people died and hundreds were injured in the Sri Lanka attacks, where suicide bombers struck three hotels and three churches. “This is obviously completely false and frankly, considering that our communities are already greatly afflicted with issues of surveillance, I don’t need more false accusations and scrutiny,” Majeed wrote on Twitter. “Please stop implicating and associating me with these horrific attacks,” Majeed urged. “And next time, be more diligent about releasing such information that has the potential to deeply violate someone’s family and community.” Sri Lankan police confirmed the error in a statement, saying “the individual pictured is not wanted for questioning”. Nine persons are suspected of carrying out the deadly attacks, and dozens have been arrested. The authorities blamed a local Islamist extremist group, National Thowheed Jamath (NTJ), soon after the blasts but said the bombers must have had outside help.
38 Comments Share Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Top Stories The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo It was a rough season for the Arizona Cardinals’ offensive line and it’s the main focus of need for the team in the offseason, according to Pro Football Focus.PFF addressed the biggest needs for all 32 teams in the offseason and the Cardinals’ season-long offensive line woes stood out.They finished with a 55.8 team pass-blocking grade, which was 4.5 points below any other NFL team.The Cardinals were the only NFL team whose biggest offseason need was the entire offensive line. Some teams had certain offensive line positions as their biggest need, but not the overall line. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Related LinksRapoport: Cardinals not expected to hire an offensive coordinatorCardinals hire Tom Clements as pass game coordinator, QB coachA healthier and hopefully more stable offensive line should offset some of the Cardinals’ 2018 problems.A competent offensive line is a necessity in Kliff Kingsbury’s pass-friendly offense and for the development of quarterback Josh Rosen.Rosen was sacked 45 times this past season — good for seventh most in the NFL — in just 13 starts. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact (AP Photo/Ralph Freso)