Load remaining images Brooklyn Comes Alive 2018 | Brooklyn Bowl, Rough Trade, Music Hall of Williamsburg | Brooklyn, NY | 9/29/18 | Photos: Ken Spielman On Saturday, September 29th, the mix-and-match musical marathon that is Brooklyn Comes Alive returned to Brooklyn, New York, for its fourth-annual edition. Music fans flooded Williamsburg’s Wythe Avenue for 12 hours straight, passing between Brooklyn Bowl (on N12th), Rough Trade (on N9th), and Music Hall of Williamsburg (on N6th) as a non-stop lineup of rare collaborations, once-in-a-lifetime tributes, heartwarming artist passion projects, and even stand-up comics filled the stages with world-class talent and the air with unforgettable live music.There were no wrong moves at Brooklyn Comes Alive 2018. From 3:30 p.m. straight through to 3:30 a.m., there was never a moment when something special was not happening on at least one of the festival’s three stages. If you moved quickly, you could catch at least some of just about everything. Even if you stayed in one spot, you’d still catch more uniquely exciting music than you could normally ever hope to pack into a single day. From the countless curated highlights to the continuous stream of unannounced guest spots, there was never a dull moment at Brooklyn Comes Alive.A traditional recap is a fool’s errand for this thrillingly unconventional live music event. Luckily, we captured plenty of high-quality video and audio content throughout the day which we’ll roll out gradually over the coming weeks, giving you an in-depth look at the day Brooklyn came alive. Until then, relive Saturday’s festivities the way we experienced them in real time: as a seamless stream of memorable snapshots of musical mastery.You can brush up on the jam-packed lineup and check out beautiful Brooklyn Comes Alive galleries by photographers Jeremy Gordon, Andrew Blackstein, Ken Spielman, and Scott Harris below: Brooklyn Comes Alive 2018 | Brooklyn Bowl, Rough Trade, Music Hall of Williamsburg | Brooklyn, NY | 9/29/18 | Photos: Andrew Blackstein Load remaining images Load remaining images Brooklyn Comes Alive 2018 | Brooklyn Bowl, Rough Trade, Music Hall of Williamsburg | Brooklyn, NY | 9/29/18 | Photos: Jeremy Gordon Brooklyn Comes Alive 2018 | Brooklyn Bowl, Rough Trade, Music Hall of Williamsburg | Brooklyn, NY | 9/29/18 | Photos: Scott Harris Load remaining images
Qatar Petroleum has signed an agreement to farm into Eni’s Block A5A in the Angoche basin offshore Mozambique.Following approval by the government, Eni as the operator will have a 34 percent participating interest, Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos (ENH) a 15 percent participating interest, Sasol a 25.5 percent participating interest, and Qatar Petroleum a 25.5 percent participating interest. Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi, the Minister of State for Energy Affairs, and President & CEO of Qatar Petroleum said, “We are pleased to sign this agreement, with our valuable partner Eni, to participate in exploring this frontier offshore basin and strengthen our presence in Mozambique.”Block A5A lies in the Angoche basin and is located adjacent to block A5B in which an affiliate of Qatar Petroleum owns a 10 percent participating interest. The company entered into an agreement to enter the adjacent block with an ExxonMobil affiliate in December 2018.Block A5A was officially awarded to Eni in October 2018, covers an area of 5,133 square kilometers in a completely unexplored zone off the city of Angoche.Although the block is underexplored, operators saw success in Mozambique during exploration of Area 4 in the offshore Rovuma basin resulting in Coral, Mamba, and Agulha gas fields with estimated 2,407 billion cubic meters of gas in place.Coral is being developed using an FLNG vessel with a capacity of around 3.4 million tons per year. The FLNG is expected to begin work in 2022.
… facing likely IPL exitROYAL Challengers Bangalore’s faint hopes of making the Indian Premier League play-offs took another hit as their batting line-up again failed miserably in a 61-run defeat to Rising Pune Supergiant.A woeful campaign for Bangalore, which reached its nadir last weekend when they were skittled for a record-low score of 49 by Kolkata Knight Riders, had left Virat Kohli’s side staring at elimination.And although Kohli struck 55 at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium on Saturday, no other batsman was able to reach double figures as RCB limped to 96-9 in pursuit of 158.As a result, the Royal Challengers appear certain to miss the play-offs, but things look much better for Pune, who cemented their grip on fourth position with a fifth win from nine outings.Skipper Steve Smith top-scored for the Supergiant with 45, while there were also strong contributions from in-form opener Rahul Tripathi (37), Manoj Tiwary (44 not out) and MS Dhoni (21 not out) in an innings of 157-3 that provided a sharp contrast to the chaos that followed.“It’s hard for a captain to stand here and speak after a performance like this,” said Kohli in a post-match interview with former England batsman Kevin Pietersen.After winning the toss, Kohli offered Tripathi, who has now passed 30 in six successive innings, an early reprieve as he put down an easy chance at mid-on off Adam Milne.RCB struck next ball, Samuel Badree having Ajinkya Rahane caught at short fine-leg by Milne, but Pune prospered thereafter despite a tight spell from Pawan Negi (1-18 from four overs).Kohli looked in the mood to lead a successful reply when he raced to 21 off 11 balls with the aid of three fours in one Deepak Chahar over.Yet it was not long before wickets started tumbling around the captain, who was partially to blame for Kedar Jadhav being run out as the duo were finally punished for one of several mix-ups between the wickets.By the time Kohli brought up his half-century with a six off Imran Tahir in the 17th over, victory was already assured for Pune. Lockie Ferguson (2-7 from four overs) and Tahir (3-18 from four) were the pick of the home attack.(Omnisport)
Officials in the City of Weston, Florida have reported that Mayor Daniel J. Stermer has tested positive for the coronavirus.The city posted the news on it’s Twitter feed Sunday night after the mayor received his test results. According to the report, Mayor Stermer began feeling ill on March 31st, and isolated himself while he waited for his test results.The mayor says he will continue to quarantine himself and work from home until April 14th.
If you recently purchased a Fantasy 5 lottery ticket from the Publix inside the Polo Grounds Mall, you might want to check your ticket.Officials say the winning lottery ticket was sold at the store on S. Military trail and is worth $176,000.The winning numbers are 4-6-10-25-29.
Ironically, the Cardinals won the title against a crosstown rival, Nelson’s Overland West Tigers 8-4 last month at Queen Elizabeth Park.Mallard’s Source for Sports would like to add to the celebrations with Team of the Week honours.The Nelson Priority Concrete Cardinals include, back row, L-R, assistant coach Ian McMillan, coach Steve Forte, head coach Tracy Hare, Alexander George, Matthew Bullen, Coach Emma Hare, assistant coach Dave Faehndrich, Felix McMillan and Max Corinth.Middle, Josh Creak, Cameron Parnell, Lukas, Faehndrich, Aiden Osika and Kelton Forte.Front, Alek McMillan and Jack Hare. The Nelson Priority Concrete Cardinals accomplished what few Heritage City teams have done in the past — win a West Kootenay Little League Minor Division title.
July 13-17 – Nelson Skills Camp However, two quick goals proved to be the undoing for the home side as the Caps lost 2-0.Sunday, players were trained by Vancouver based staff for two sessions.Specialized goalkeeper coaches trained the keepers before players moved inside for the afternoon team-building session.“This was a lot of fun and the players got to team up with players that they usually wouldn’t work with,” Adams explained.Monday, players were back on the pitch before travelling back to the Kootenays.“The style is changing and the understanding and the level of the players is getting stronger and stronger,” Adams explained.“Some of the players have been in our programs now two years. This is evident in their play and I’m very proud of the progress in the last two years.Adams is spearheading a series of camps this summer in the Kootenays. July 7-9th – NEW for 2015 – Cranbrook Prospect Camp August 17-21st – Nelson Prospects Camp July 27-31st – Castlegar Skills Camp August 31st – September 2nd – Nelson Attacking speed Camp/GK Camp For more information got to the Whitecaps website or contact Adams at – [email protected] or 250-777-2173. A group of Kootenay Whitecaps Academy players had an opportunity to test their skills in front of the Head of the Academy Centers during a road trip to Vancouver last weekend.“The feedback that we received from Head Coach Bart Choufour is that the Kootenays is growing and with its ability,” said Brett Adams Kootenay Regional Head Coach.“The style is changing and the understanding and the level of the players is getting stronger and stronger.”The road trip started Saturday with a trip to Vancouver and seats at the Vancouver Whitecaps/Seattle Sounders MLS game at BC Place.The game was a complete sellout.
“Although I was unaware that this treatment was not permitted under NHL rules that is no excuse whatsoever. I should have done my research and I should have checked with the NHL/NHLPA Performance Enhancing Substances Program’s doctors. “I accept full responsibility for my actions, and I am sorry. Throughout my entire career I have felt genuinely blessed and honored to play the great game of hockey and I regret the impact that this may have on my team and our fans.” The NHL.com said based on the Ducks’ current schedule, Horcoff would be eligible to return March 11. However that could change based on when Ducks’ Jan. 22 game against the Washington Capitals, which was postponed because of the winter storm that hit the Northeast, is rescheduled. Horcoff, 37, signed with the Ducks on July 3, 2015. He has six goals and four assists in 45 games. In 15 NHL seasons with the Edmonton Oilers, Dallas Stars and Ducks, he has 186 goals and 506 points in 994 regular-season games. Although born in Trail, Horcoff grew up and went to school in Castlegar. Horcoff played in the BCHL before gaining a scholarship to Michigan State University. The National Hockey League has suspended former Trail Smokies star and Anaheim Ducks forward Shawn Horcoff for 20 games without pay Tuesday for violating terms of the NHL/NHLPA Performance Enhancing Substances Program. The NHL.com release said under the terms of the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the League and the players, the suspension is accompanied by mandatory referral to the NHL/NHLPA Program for Substance Abuse and Behavioral Health for evaluation and possible treatment. “While recovering from an injury I suffered this past fall, I tried a treatment that I believed would help speed up the healing process,” Horcoff said in a statement.
Brendan Smith, leading Nelson with three points, Nicholas Ketola, Rayce Miller, Matthew Sokol and Riley Swiscoski, called up from the Kootenay Ice of the BC Major Midget Hockey League, replied for the Leafs.Beaver Valley out shot the Leafs in the game 49-43, including a 21-12 margin in the opening frame.Brett Clark registered the win in goal for the Hawks.Rebels take 1-0 lead on Border BruinsIn Castlegar, Carson Wornig scored an unassisted marker early in the third period to spark the hometown Rebels to a 3-1 win over Grand Forks Border Bruins in Murdoch Division Semi Final Tuesday.Daniel Petten and Tayden Woods also scored for the Rebels.Jordan Robertson replied for the Bruins.Castlegar led 1-0 after one period before Robertson pulled the Bruins even after two frames.Castlegar out shot the Bruins 35-30 making a winner out of netminder Logan Sawka. Kyle Hope and Dylan Heppier each scored twice to lead the Beaver Valley Nitehawks to a 7-5 victory over the Nelson Leafs in the opening game of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League’s Murdoch Division Semi Final Tuesday night in Fruitvale.The Hawks take a 1-0 lead in the best-of-seven series with Game two Wednesday back at the Fruitvale Arena.Hope and Heppier each scored in the opening frame as the Hawks built a 4-1 period lead and chased Leaf starting goalie Josh Williams from the game.Patrick Ostermann replaced the former Alberta Junior Hockey League netminder after surrendering the Hawks’ third goal by Hope.Tyler Hartman, finishing the game with three points, Jace Weegar and Blake Sidoni also scored for the Hawks, which led 5-3 after 40 minutes.Kellan Olson also had three points for Beaver Valley while former Nelson Leaf Nolan Percival finished the game with two assists.
SINGER Daniel O’Donnell had his family and friends around him at home in Co Donegal today as they had their first Christmas without his mum.Julia passed away in May.She was his biggest supporter during his glittering career. And today Daniel sang at Christmas Mass at Dungloe Hospital where staff had cared so lovingly for Julia during her final weeks and days.The Donegal man was back home in Kinclassagh with wife Majella joined other family members for Christmas dinner.Last night he had attended Midnight Mass and joined the choir for traditional hymns there.Today he wished everyone in Donegal – and his fans around the world – a Merry Christmas. “I hope everyone had a wonderful day,” he said. SINGER DANIEL’S CHRISTMAS CHEER WITH HIS DONEGAL FAMILY was last modified: December 25th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:2014CHristmasdaniel o’donnellJuliaMajella