Over the weekend, Pretty Lights released a stunning new video, indicating that he was embarking on a “new era” of music. With the video came a quiet announcement of a return to Telluride, CO on August 26 & 27. There are no details of whether Pretty Lights will be bringing the Analog Future Band, but the live act performed there with PL last year, and are featured in the new video, which was shot at Telluride.Derek Vincent Smith commented on the announcement, saying, “Pretty Lights in Telluride 2015 was more than I ever hoped it would be, and I was not the same person when I left. The energy of that place and the people and the music literally had me feeling like I was struck by a lightning bolt… And we get to do it again!! I can only imagine what might happen in 2016. See you in August.”There will be two-day GA and VIP tickets as well as camping and travel packages. Pre-sale tickets open today at 10AM MST here and go on sale to the public on Wednesday, March 9 at 10AM MST here. Additionally, CID Entertainment will be offering VIP and travel experience packages. Don’t miss out!
The Watford wide-man then tested McGovern with a low drive which was turned round the post for a well-worked corner which finished with James McArthur driving high over from 20 yards. A subdued Northern Ireland side created a decent chance in the 13th minute when Josh Magennis headed a raking Evans pass into the path of the unmarked Oliver Norwood but the Reading midfielder slashed his shot over the bar. Anya had another long-distance drive which sped past the post and his third attempt in the 22nd minute was also off-target, after he had been played in by McArthur following a break. Midfielder Shaun Maloney was the next to fire over the bar after the increasingly confident Anya laid the ball into the path. The Scots kept huffing and puffing and in the final minute McGovern again blocked Fletcher after he had been put through by Maloney. As expected, Strachan made interval substitutions with Gordon, stopper Martin and Maloney being replaced by Allan McGregor, Berra and Steven Naismith. The latter came close within five minutes with a near-post header from a Forsyth cross from the bye-line following a Fletcher pass. The home side jauntily continued on their quest for the goal their performance deserved. Just before the hour-mark the Irish replaced Chris Baird and Will Grigg with Lee Hodson and Paddy McCourt and the match, understandably, began to fragment as more substitutions followed. Ritchie drove wide with an effort from distance and McGovern made another save, this time from a Naismith header. But with five minutes remaining the Hamilton keeper was eventually beaten as Berra got his head to a Ritchie corner, sending the ball in at the near post. It was a decent performance from the Scots as they turn their attention to their 2016 Euro qualifier against Gibraltar at the national stadium on Sunday although Gordon Strachan will be looking for his side to be more incisive in front of goal. Michael O’Neill’s team were rather insipid but they will be glad of the work-out ahead of their Group F qualifier at home to Finland on Sunday. Strachan, as promised, utilised his squad with Ritchie handed his debut. The English-born Bournemouth right winger, who qualifies through his father Alex, was drafted into the squad for the first time this week and was asked to support main striker Fletcher with Anya on the other flank. Derby defender Craig Forsyth made his first start as Celtic’s Craig Gordon was given the nod in goal and West Brom midfielder Darren Fletcher took the armband. Manchester United’s Paddy McNair was given his debut and the 19-year-old teamed up in defence at right-back with Old Trafford team mate Jonny Evans who captained the visitors. And both players had their hands full as Scotland started with purpose. In the fourth minute McGovern, making his second appearance for the visitors, denied Fletcher with a fine save, after the Sunderland striker had been set up by Anya. Visiting keeper Michael McGovern made several saves in the first half to keep an enterprising home side at bay, most notably from Steven Fletcher and Ikechi Anya. The Scots also had the best of a second half which was punctuated with substitutions but it looked like ending in a stalemate until the 85th minute when the Ipswich defender, these days down the pecking order but who had replaced Russell Martin, headed in a corner from debutant Matt Ritchie. A late header by substitute Christophe Berra gave Scotland a narrow but deserved 1-0 win over Northern Ireland in their Vauxhall International Challenge match at Hampden Park. Press Association
By Rik SharmaMADRID, Spain (Reuters) – Real Madrid survived an early Atletico Madrid onslaught to reach the Champions League final, 4-2 on aggregate yesterday and set up a mouth-watering clash against Juventus.Atletico roared into a two-goal lead in the semi-final second leg with a Saul Niguez header and Antoine Griezmann’s penalty, but Isco notched in the 42nd minute for Real who saw out the game calmly to lose 2-1 on the night and ease into the final.Real, who won the first leg at home 3-0, have now eliminated Atletico from the competition in four consecutive seasons, including the 2014 and 2016 finals.Zinedine Zidane’s side can become the first team to retain the Champions League title when they face his former club Juventus in the final in Cardiff on June 3.“It’s special, for sure, (Juventus) gave me everything,” Zidane told reporters. “But I’m with Real Madrid, another club of my life. It will be a beautiful final.”Atletico’s final European game at the Vicente Calderon before they move stadiums will be remembered for the fantastic atmosphere the supporters created as they tried to help their team overcome their arch-rivals.But Simeone’s men could not break their European curse against Real.“The first 20 minutes of this magic night at the Calderon will be remembered forever,” the Atletico coach said. “We have to be proud of the players. They kept hope, showing we weren’t talking for the sake of talking but because we believed.”Driven on by the deafening Calderon, Atletico started well, creating more danger in the opening minutes than they managed in the entire first leg before Saul nodded home Koke’s corner in the 12th minute.When Raphael Varane brought down Fernando Torres four minutes later and Antoine Griezmann converted the penalty, the comeback seemed a real possibility.But Real, who last failed to score 61 games ago, were not to be denied. Karim Benzema’s sensational solo dribble on the left byline took out three Atletico defenders and he cut the ball back for Toni Kroos to drive a shot at goal.Jan Oblak made an excellent save to keep the German at bay but Isco was on hand to poke home from close range and give Real a precious away goal.Atletico continued to press but Navas pulled off a fine double save to deny Yannick Carrasco and Kevin Gameiro.Cristiano Ronaldo thought he had added a second for Real but it was harshly ruled out for offside and the visitors calmly kept possession in the closing minutes to stay on course for a 12th European Cup.
Â BULLYING AND HARASSMENT ALLEGATIONÂ Senior English Football Association (FA) executives are to face a parliamentary inquiry over the investigations into England women boss Mark Sampson’s alleged “bullying and harassment” of Eniola Aluko.According to BBC Sports yesterday, striker Aluko and ex-England midfielder Lianne Sanderson have also been invited to give evidence.A select committee hearing is planned for mid-October.Sampson, 34, was cleared of wrongdoing by two investigations and vehemently denies the allegations.AShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
JEFF SCHORFHEIDE/Herald photoMake no mistake about it — Joe Krabbenhoft doesn’t want to be known as the team’s main scoring catalyst, let alone as a scoring threat.Preferring to do the team’s dirty work by grabbing rebounds, diving on the floor for loose balls and doing all the little things to make sure the University of Wisconsin ends up on with tallies in the win column are things that rank much higher for the senior than putting the ball in the basket.But when his team needed an offensive push in the first half against UW-Milwaukee on Saturday, Krabbenhoft begrudgingly obliged.Averaging only 5.8 points in UW’s first five games, Krabbenhoft scored a season-high 12 points, including a vital nine first-half points, and added 10 rebounds to help No. 25 Wisconsin pull away in the second half, beating in-state rival UW-Milwaukee, 67-46, Saturday afternoon.“We did a great job playing Wisconsin basketball,” Krabbenhoft said. “We wanted to go out there, play hard and do those (little) things, and the score will take care of itself, which it did.”Krabbenhoft, who fell one point short of his career high, had been providing for Wisconsin (5-1) in a variety of areas in the early weeks of the season, except on the scoreboard. Leading the team in both assists and rebounds by a solid margin, Krabbenhoft’s season high entering the game was a quiet seven points.But with his teammates starting the game 3-for-10 shooting and struggling from the floor, Krabbenhoft picked up the void, scoring nine of his 12 points in the game’s first 10 minutes and all at opportune times.All four of his first-half baskets came with Wisconsin either tied or trailing the Panthers, a team that had diligently battled Marquette throughout the first half before losing by 20 last week, and all of the points came with his size advantage in the paint. For the game, the Badgers outscored the Panthers 26-18 under the basket with Krabbenhoft doing most of the dirty work early on.“My teammates did a great job of finding me down low,” said Krabbenhoft, who also had three assists with no turnovers. “I had a height advantage of some of the guys guarding me, and they were just easy buckets. I tried to get my hands on some offensive rebounds that went my way, and I did my best job of trying to finish.”UW-Milwaukee (3-4) didn’t go away though, which was evident by the Panthers being within three points at 26-23 with four minutes, 40 seconds left in the first half. From there, however, it was all Wisconsin, as the Badgers closed the first half on an 11-4 run and kept their foot on the accelerator after halftime, rattling off a 23-8 run to open the half, eliminating all doubts of another in-state victory for Wisconsin.“The first 17 minutes of the game, we seemed to be doing the things that followed the game plan,” said UWM head coach and former Badger assistant Rob Jeter, as the Panthers fell to 1-25 lifetime against the Badgers. “That didn’t carry over into the last three minutes of the first half and into the second half where the dry spell was a big partof the lack of success tonight.”After 22 turnovers turned into 31-Connecticut points one week ago, costing UW a chance at beating the country’s second-ranked team, the Badgers cleaned up their act. UW-Milwaukee scored only four points off six Wisconsin turnovers while the Badgers turned 11 UW-Milwaukee turnovers into 13 points.“You don’t want to have turnovers. Turnovers lead to other baskets for the other team,” senior Marcus Landry said. “That’s something we try to focus on and make sure that we are handling the ball and making good decisions.”Krabbenhoft wasn’t alone in the scoring department for the Badgers, as junior Trevon Hughes scored a game-high 16 points on 5-for-8 shooting, including 4-for-4 from behind the three-point line, and Landry chipped in with 12. The three leaders on Wisconsin scored 40 of UW’s 67 points and shot 15-for-25 (60 percent).“We just ran our offense, made the extra pass and were getting open looks,” said Hughes, UW’s leading scorer this season at 14.2 points per game. “We’ve got unselfish people on this team — and sometimes we’re too unselfish. But this time we got into the paint, we drove and kicked it; we had our shooters open, our big men making plays in the post, and our shots were falling.”With the Badgers facing Virginia Tech (4-2) tonight in Blacksburg for their first true road game of the season, Wisconsin will be able to show off what they learned from the Connecticut game. Of course, the Badgers will have had little time to prepare for the Hokies. After beating UW-Milwaukee Saturday afternoon, the Badgers had a brief walkthrough on Sunday before flying to Blacksburg for their game tonight, marking their fifth game in the last 10 days.The Hokies, meanwhile, last played on Nov. 26 and will be well-rested and prepared for the Badgers.“The Big Ten office had our schedule. They knew we played Saturday. If you play Saturday, you don’t want the Monday game. And, of course, we got the Monday game,” UW head coach Bo Ryan said. “It’s the NBA schedule.”
There were no reported injuries. The cause of the fire is being investigated by the Middletown Township Fire Prevention Bureau. The house sustained major fire and smoke damage. The blaze heavily damaged this home at 321 Bamm Hollow RoadSeveral times during the 4 hours that the MTFD was occupied with this fire, mutual aid units from the Red Bank and Holmdel Fire Departments were called to respond to other calls for fire emergencies in the Township. The blaze heavily damaged this home at 321 Bamm Hollow RoadMIDDLETOWN – The Middletown Township Fire Department was dispatched to the corner of Bamm Hollow and Red Hill Roads last Tuesday afternoon at 1:37 p.m. following a report of smoke coming from a house in the area.Police who reported to the scene found a working structure fire in a two-and-a-half story home at 321 Bamm Hollow Road.Approximately 40 firefighters from 7 companies of the township fire department (Middletown, River Plaza, Old Village, Independent, Port Monmouth, Belford Engine and Community Fire Companies), under the command of Chief Andrew Spears, used several master streams of water to douse the fire from inside and outside the structure.Firefighters battled the blaze for nearly two hours before bringing it under control.The township fire department’s Air Unit, Fire Police, Field Communication and EMS units also assisted at the scene.
Players at the Whitecaps Kootenay Youth Soccer Camp got to meet a rising star on the Major League Soccer Team when Marco Bustos paid a visit to the Nelson. The 20-year-old central attacking midfielder who was named ‘Caps 2013 Whitecaps FC Most Promising Player, joined Whitecaps FC Residency in September 2011 after last playing for FC Northwest in his hometown of Winnipeg, Manitoba.”Kids were extremely excited,” said Brett Adams, Kootenay Regional Head coach with the Whitecaps.”It’s not every day that they get to meet a player that has played for their country.” More than 100 players attended the Whitecaps camp held at the Lakeside Soccer Pitch. “The main focus is to give all the player a fun experience of soccer,” Adams said when asked about the focus of the camp.”We look to teach them skills in the morning and then in the afternoon we play a World Cup were players are put into teams. “This seems to be a huge hit with the players.”Tim Parker, who now starts with the MLS club on defence, attended the camp in 2015.The Whitecaps move onto Cranbrook Monday for a camp before returning to the West Kootenay for a stop July 25-29 at Twin Rivers Fields in Castlegar.On July 19-22, the Whitecaps host a Prospects Camp in Nelson.For more information go to the Whitecaps Youth Camps link.
Bain’s distillers attribute part of its success to the distillery’s location. “Our whisky showcases South Africa’s ability to produce a premium, specialist whisky of an award-winning international standard while reflecting a unique taste of place,” Bain’s said. “Only the finest South African grain is used to create our elegant premium whisky. “Made from water that flows over 850-million year old sandstone and indigenous fynbos, Bain’s Cape Mountain Whisky holds a unique and distinctive flavour profile,” the producers said. It has won several awards since its launch, including silver medals at the 2010, 2011 and 2012 editions of the International Spirits Challenge and gold medals at the 2011 and 2012 editions of the International Wine and Spirits Competition. “By taking the World’s Best Grain Whisky title, we have amply demonstrated that South Africa can make exceptional whiskies,” Green said. “The 2013 title follows last year’s win by Three Ships 5 year old of the WWA’s World’s Best Blended Whisky, [and] puts South Africa as a whisky-producing country squarely on the map.” SAinfo reporter 26 March 2013 Bain’s Cape Mountain Whisky secured a first for South Africa when it was named the world’s best grain whisky at Whisky Magazine’s annual World Whisky Awards in London last week. More than 300 whiskies had to make it through three blind tasting rounds – judged by journalists and retailers, with master blenders, distillers and brand ambassadors in the final round – to be crowned best in their categories. “South African whisky featured in the top ranks again this year with Bain’s winning the title of World’s Best Grain Whisky,” the magazine said. “This isn’t just a win for this brand but for South African whisky-making,” Bain’s distiller, Jeff Green, said in a statement. Bain’s was established in 2009 at the James Sedgwick Distillery in Wellington in the Western Cape. It became the first single grain whisky to be produced in South Africa.
Technically it was the Philippine Olympic Committee which has the authority to withdraw the hosting, but government support is an integral part of the endeavor specifically in the financial and logistical aspects.“Due to the current situation in Mindanao and the problem of terrorism and atrocities, we regret to inform you that we will no longer push through with the hosting of the biennial event,” said Ramirez in a presser Friday.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool stars“It has been resolved that government resources to be focused in the rehabilitation and rebuilding of Mindanao specially Marawi,” he added.The country reportedly spent P500 million to stage the 2005 SEA Games in Manila and other key cities like Bacolod and Cebu. Most of the expenses were shouldered by the government through the PSC. The Philippines took over the 2019 hosting of the Games during the 2015 Singapore SEAG after original host Brunei begged off.POC president Jose “Peping” Cojuangco Jr., did not return calls for his comment.But sources inside the POC said it would be “not just an uphill climb but an up-Everest climb” for the Olympic body to stage the SEA Games without government support.ADVERTISEMENT View comments FEU Auditorium’s 70th year celebrated with FEU Theater Guild’s ‘The Dreamweavers’ The Philippines’ hosting of the 2019 Southeast Asian Games will most likely be cancelled after the government withdrew its support and opted to just channel funds for rehabilitation of war-torn Marawi.Philippine Sports Commission chair Butch Ramirez said Malacanang has approved of the decision to turn down the hosting in the light of conflict currently gripping the Mindanao city.ADVERTISEMENT National Coffee Research Development and Extension Center brews the 2nd National Coffee Education Congress Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ Church, environmentalists ask DENR to revoke ECC of Quezon province coal plant San Beda turns back EAC for 2nd straight win Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claim MOST READ Trump strips away truth with hunky topless photo tweet LATEST STORIES Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games PLAY LIST 03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games05:25PH boxing team determined to deliver gold medals for PH00:50Trending Articles03:04Filipino athletes share their expectations for 2019 SEA Games00:45Onyok Velasco see bright future for PH boxing in Olympics02:25PH women’s volleyball team motivated to deliver in front of hometown crowd01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games00:36Manny Pacquiao part of 2019 SEA Games opening ceremony Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’
Birkirkara name Liverpool hero Riise as ‘first’ sporting directorby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveFormer Liverpool Champions League winner John Arne Riise has been named new sporting director of Maltese club Birkirkara FC.Birkirkara have announced the role has been created for Riise.“John shall work together with the Club Technical Director, Mr. Michael Valenzia and Senior Team Manager, Mr. Jeffrey Farrugia in a new set-up which shall commence with immediate effect,” a club statement read.“Further details of the clubs plans for the future shall be published in the next few days.”Birkikara are four-time Maltese League winners, winning the title the last time five years ago. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say