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Soulive Kicks Off Bowlive VII At Brooklyn Bowl With Karl Denson, Steve Kimock, And More [Photos]

first_imgOn Wednesday night, Soulive returned to New York City’s Brooklyn Bowl for the 7th edition of their residency at the famous venue dubbed Bowlive, which sees the group joined by a number of unique special guests during each performance. For the inaugural show of their eight-night residency at Brooklyn Bowl this year, Soulive members Eric Krasno, Alan Evans, and Neal Evans were joined by multi-instrumentalist Karl Denson and guitarist Steve Kimock, coming together to put on a fiery performance to start Soulive’s run. Though not originally billed, Bobby Vega and Leslie Mendelson were also announced to perform last night’s show ahead of the event, rounding out the all-star crew.Eric Krasno Band Adds Phish Late Night Show With Brandon “Taz” Niederauer BandAs is appropriate with Steve Kimock, a guitarist with roots in Grateful Dead history, and Karl Denson, who recently wrapped up a run with Phil Lesh & Friends at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York, on hand, as reported on setlist.fm, the augmented lineup played through a number of Grateful Dead tunes, including “West L.A. Fadeaway” and “Scarlet Begonias.” Tonight, Soulive continues on with the second night of their residency, which will see Doyle Brahmall II and Ron Artis II join the group to perform Rubber Soulive in its entirety, while over the weekend, Soulive will be joined by Antwaun Stanley, The Snarky Horns, Sam Kininger, and The London Souls, in addition to performing a special “Bowlive for Kids” set on Saturday afternoon.Watch Bob Weir And Eric Krasno Join Steve Kimock & Friends In CaliforniaYou can check out photos from last night’s performance below, courtesy of photographer Andrew Scott Blackstein. You can also head over to the Soulive website here for more information about this year’s Bowlive residency and to snag tickets to its upcoming nights. Load remaining imageslast_img read more

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LA Clippers get it together late to beat Lakers

first_imgWith four games left in the regular season, the Clippers (47-31) are addressing familiar problems.“We just haven’t put the lid on games very well,” said Blake Griffin, who led the Clippers with 36 points while making 12 of his 15 shots from the field. “That is a little concerning, but we’ve got to figure it out. We also got to get these wins. I like the way we finished the game out but we’ve got to be better.”Two days earlier they let Phoenix come back from a 12-point hole before holding on to win. A night before that, Washington stormed back from an 18-point hole to challenge the Clippers down the stretch. Most infamously was last Sunday, when they blew an 18-point lead in the final five minutes to lose to Sacramento.So when the Clippers built a 22-point lead near the end of the third quarter on Saturday, it was not hard to anticipate that the Lakers would have a chance. Led by a career-high 19 points from David Nwaba, the Lakers rallied to steal momentum and cut the deficit to eight with 2:52 remaining in the game.“To scrap and stay in the game was a lot of fun and good for our guys,” Lakers’ coach Luke Walton said. “But a 17-0 run is tough to start a game.” Doc Rivers stressed that in the playoffs the rotations will be different and he will not rely so heavily on his bench, which has struggled defensively. He went so far as to say he is content with the Clippers play.“You win the game,” Rivers said. “You look at your team and we’ve had some pretty good wins, too, and we’ve had some games where we didn’t play well.”That, Griffin said, won’t cut it.“You can’t win games in the playoffs playing inconsistently,” Griffin said. “It is concerning. How much concerning I’m not really sure. I just know we can’t do this in the playoffs because every team that makes the playoffs is a good team. … So we have to be better.”The Clippers have three days off before their next game, Wednesday against Dallas. They are on pace to finish No. 5 in the West and travel to Utah for the first round.For the third straight game, both Griffin and Chris Paul scored well over 20 points, with Paul pouring in 29. DeAndre Jordan added 11 while grabbing 12 boards and blocking a pair of shots.The Clippers bench, however, was outscored 55-13 by the youthful Lakers, who got a boost from Thomas Robinson. Robinson scored 16 points to go with 9 rebounds and his presence in the first quarter helped the Lakers climb back in the game.Brandon Ingram, in his first game back after missing three because of tendinitis in his right knee, added 18 points, while Julius Randle finished with 14.Despite those helpful efforts, it was the dreadful start that floored Walton.“It’s a good example of what’s going to happen to us if we’re not engaged in the fight to start,” he said. “These are good teams we’re playing against. We can’t afford to start a game without that edge on us.” LOS ANGELES >> Four minutes in, the Clippers had scored 17 consecutive points and L.A.’s second team appeared to be headed for another one of the blowouts that has so defined the series with the 16-time champion Lakers over the last five years.These Clippers, however, don’t slam doors. They leave them ajar.After letting the Lakers rebound from that imposing deficit and even take a brief lead, the Clippers rounded into form late to beat the Lakers 115-104.While it was the Clippers’ seventh win in their last nine games and it moved them closer to a first-round matchup with Utah, all is not right with the Clippers. It was their 18th win over the Lakers (21-55) in the last 20 games, but there was no chest-thumping.center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

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Dodger Stadium aims for renovations to be done by Opening Day

first_imgSmith is optimistic the renovations will be completed well before the mid-summer classic. Glendale-headquartered PCL Construction is managing the operation and has about 120 workers on site per shift. They work daily from 4 a.m. to midnight and will be on site while the Dodgers and Angels play their final spring training games.“We will not be using the pavilions or the center field plaza for the exhibition games,” Smith said. “Those are work days for us, so you’ll be able to enjoy baseball and watch what it means to see 100-plus workers out there still putting things together. Now, whether or not it will be as active a construction site as you see today, if it is, well, we’re in trouble. Hopefully, we’ll be in the building commissioning the equipment, getting our kitchens working, painting our bathrooms, flushing our toilets, and doing all the last-minute things. No cranes out there.”The cranes were visible Tuesday, and judging from the tour, there’s plenty of work to be done to meet Smith’s ambitious goal of full completion in the next three weeks.“To you, it seems like a lot of work, to us it seems like a miracle that it’s gotten this far,” Smith said. “I have to remind people because they look at me like, ‘Gee, you guys are never going to make it.’ I’m like, ‘Well, wait a minute, look how far we got.’”Smith couldn’t guarantee that the center field plaza would be fully operating with its new restaurants and bars by Opening Day, but she did say the stadium circulation will be complete by then. That means that, for the first time, fans will be able to access the entire ballpark from any entrance.The Dodgers added five new elevators (two in both the right and left field plazas, one behind in center field) and four new escalators that ring the stadium. Also, new bridges will link the pavilions to the main seating bowl with easy access to all levels.For example, if you prefer to avoid parking fees, the lengthy walk from Academy Road became easier for those with reserve level or top deck seats. Instead of using the stairs outside the stadium, fans can enter through center field and use the elevators and escalators to make their way up the ballpark.“What can be worse than (taking) two elevators at Dodger Stadium?” said Smith, who mentioned that the elevators have windows to get a view of MLB’s third-oldest ballpark.“Entrances and elevators, all of that will be done by March 26. Even if it’s not all complete, we will operate that way. There are some pieces of our gates that may not be here, but we’ll have temporary fencing, so the message holds. You can still enter any gate, even if we’re still missing a few pieces of steel.”With the renovations, there will be several standing-room areas, including in the pavilions section, for fans to soak in Dodger Stadium’s postcard views.But for the hardcore fans, they will notice one subtle change to the classic setting. Two of the “Three Sisters” palm trees behind the left-field bullpen were moved for the construction of the bridge connecting the pavilions to the field level.“The ‘Three Sisters’ are going back as close to their original location as possible,” Smith said.One minor change to keep Dodger Stadium the same but different. The extra two days, or four days, if you’re counting the construction workers’ double shifts, will allow fans to return to the outfield pavilions for Opening Day on March 26 against the San Francisco Giants. Smith expects to have a sellout crowd of 56,000 and is aiming for the renovation project to be fully completed by then.But Smith couldn’t guarantee full completion by March 26 while leading reporters on a tour of the site on Tuesday.“Can you ask me that in about 10 days?” Smith said when asked which features won’t be ready by Opening Day. “Because at the moment, we’re still aiming for everything. … Our priority is on anything field facing. Our No. 1 thing is it has to be ready for baseball. The batter’s eye has to be finished, the sound system has to be up, the field wall has to be in place.“Working our way down the list, the seats have to be ready, which means the restrooms have to be ready. Then we sort of back into the plaza; the food, the seating areas … (everything) that will make it a fun place.”The renovations, which aim to modernize the 58-year-old stadium while maintaining its iconic look, coincide with the All-Star Game returning to Dodger Stadium in July for the first time in 40 years. PreviousConstruction crews are working 20 hours per day to complete the Dodger Stadium renovations as quickly as possible. Most of the changes are expected to be complete in time for Opening Day later this month. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)Dodger Senior Vice President of Planning and Development Janet Marie Smith talks to the media about construction on Dodger Stadium renovations at the Los Angeles ballpark,Tuesday, March 3, 2020. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsConstruction on Dodger Stadium renovations continues at the Los Angeles ballpark,Tuesday, March 3, 2020. 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(Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)Construction on Dodger Stadium renovations continues at the Los Angeles ballpark,Tuesday, March 3, 2020. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)Dodger Senior Vice President of Planning and Development Janet Marie Smith talks to the media about construction on Dodger Stadium renovations at the Los Angeles ballpark,Tuesday, March 3, 2020. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)Construction on Dodger Stadium renovations continues at the Los Angeles ballpark,Tuesday, March 3, 2020. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)Construction on Dodger Stadium renovations continues at the Los Angeles ballpark,Tuesday, March 3, 2020. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)Dodger Senior Vice President of Planning and Development Janet Marie Smith talks to the media about construction on Dodger Stadium renovations at the Los Angeles ballpark,Tuesday, March 3, 2020. 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(Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)Dodger Senior Vice President of Planning and Development Janet Marie Smith speaks to reporters the ongoing renovations at Dodger Stadium during a tour on Tuesday. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)Construction crews are working 20 hours per day to complete the Dodger Stadium renovations as quickly as possible. Most of the changes are expected to be complete in time for Opening Day later this month. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)NextShow Caption1 of 20Construction crews are working 20 hours per day to complete the Dodger Stadium renovations as quickly as possible. Most of the changes are expected to be complete in time for Opening Day later this month. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)ExpandLOS ANGELES — The outfield pavilions at Dodger Stadium will be closed for the Freeway Series exhibition games between the Dodgers and Angles later this month, but that doesn’t mean home run balls will go unclaimed.Construction workers in bright safety vests won’t have to fend off baseball fans if Cody Bellinger or Mike Trout go deep during the two-game series.“It’s their prize for working on a day when everyone else has taken off,” said Janet Marie Smith, the Dodgers’ senior vice president of planning and development.Smith is overseeing the Dodgers’ $100 million stadium renovation that will add a “two-acre entertainment plaza” in center field and serve as a “front door” for fans entering. But they’ve been on a tight five-month offseason schedule, and won’t complete the project in time for the annual exhibition games on March 23 and 24.center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

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Swimmer Tibatemwa finishes 64th of 85

first_img4 Completed 25.81s Farhan Farhan 6 Tanzania 2 Rest of team Uganda’s ScheduleFriday August 12Athletics 5pmJuliet Chekwel – Women’s 10000m final Saturday August 13Boxing 11.45pmMen’s flyweight  Round of 32Ronald Serugo vs  Narek Abgaryan (Armenia)Saturday August 13Athletics 4pmWomen’s 3000m Steeplechase Heat 1Peruth Chemutai10000m men final (3.00am Sunday Uganda time)Timothy Toroitich, Moses Kurong and Joshua Kiprui Cheptegei Joshua Ekirikubinza Tibatemwa has just finished 6th in heat 4 of the 50m freestyle swimming event at the ongoing Rio Olympics. His time of 25.98 seconds was outside his national record of  25.54 seconds and placed him 64th out of 85 in the heats.Only the best 16 at the end of the 11 heats advanced to the semis. Hilal Hemed Hilal Joshua Ekirikubinza Tibatemwa 26.36s 25.77s 24.85s 8 Bahrain Nigeria AthleteTime Sunday August 14Women’s marathon final 3.30pmNyakisi AderoMonday August 15 Men’s 3000m steeplechase round 1 – 4.25pmBenjamin Kiplagat and Jacob Araptany***Women 3000m Steeplechase final 5.15pmTuesday August 16 Women’s 5000m round 1 – 3.30pmJuliet Chekwel and Stella ChesangMen’s 1500m round 1 – 4-30pmRonald MusagalaWed August 17 Men’s 5000m round 1 – 4.05pmJacob Kiplimo, Phillip Kipyego and Joshua Kiprui CheptegeiWomen’s 800m round 1 – 4.55pmHalimah Nakaayi and Winnie NanyondoMen’s Steeplechase finalThursday August 18 Men’s 1500m semifinalWomen 800m semifinalFriday August 19 Women’s 5000m finalSaturday August 20 Men’s 1500m finalWomen’s 800m finalMen’s 5000m final 3.30pmJacob Kiplimo, Phillip Kipyego and Joshua Kiprui CheptegeiSunday August 21 Men’s Marathon final 3.30pmSolomon Mutai, Jackson Kiprop and Stephen KiprotichShare on: WhatsApp Giordan Harris 3center_img 25.98s 1 Burundi Olim Kurbanov 23.70s 24.61s 7 Samson Opuakpo Eloi Imaniraguha Marshall Islands 26.43s 5 Tibatemwa holds the national record for the race. At the International Swimming Federation World Championships in Kazan, Russia last year, Tibatemwa set two national records for Uganda and achieved his personal best in the 50 freestyle (25.54 seconds) and 50 breaststroke (33.00 seconds). He was Uganda’s third of Uganda’s 21 athletes to compete. Uganda sent a team of 2 swimmers, 2 boxers and 17 athletes.Uganda’s day one at the Rio Games ended miserably, with light-heavy weight boxer Kennedy Katende stopped by Briton Joshua Buatsi while swimmer Jamila Lunkuse was 40th of 44, in the heats of the 100m breast-stroke. Billy-Scott Irakoze Tibatemwa a first-year student at Grinnell College in the US trains earlier in the year. (PHOTOS by Justin Hayworth/Grinnell College) Tajikistan Rwanda Ugandalast_img read more

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Nike advertise Coutinho Barcelona shirt

first_imgShare on: WhatsApp The current La Liga leaders had offered over £100 million ($135 million), but Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group publicly stated Coutinho was not for sale.The 25-year-old missed the start of the season with a back problem but has been in outstanding form recently, scoring seven goals in his last eight games. Paris, France | AFP |  An apparent gaffe by Nike has fired speculation that Philippe Coutinho could leave Liverpool for Barcelona in the January transfer window.The sportswear giant, who manufacture Barcelona’s kit, advertised a Barca shirt on their website with the Brazilian midfielder’s name on it.Headlined “Where the magic happens”, the page, which has since been taken down, continued with the message: “Philippe Coutinho is ready to light up Camp Nou.”Coutinho is sponsored by Nike and wears their boots.He handed in a transfer request in August after Barcelona had a bid for the Brazilian rejected, but the Reds then turned down a further two offers.last_img read more

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