Watch fan-shot video of The Claypool Lennon Delirium and Geddy Lee covering The Beatles’ “Tomorrow Never Knows” below:The Claypool Lennon Delirium ft. Geddy Lee – “Tomorrow Never Knows”[Video: TimmyB707]The Claypool Lennon Delirium continue their tour on Friday, April 12th, with a stop at Philadelphia, PA’s Fillmore. For a full list of upcoming tour dates and ticketing information, head to the band’s website.Setlist: The Claypool Lennon Delirium | Danforth Music Hall | Toronto, ON | 4/10/2019Set: There’s No Underwear in Space, Astronomy Domine, Cricket and the Genie (Movement I, The Delirium), Cricket and the Genie (Movement II, Oratorio Di Cricket), South of Reality, Blood and Rockets: Movement I, Saga of Jack Parsons – Movement II Too the Moon, Mr. Wright, The Court of the Crimson King, Easily Charmed by Fools, Boriska, Breath of a Salesman, Boris the Spider, Cricket Chronicles Revisited: Part 1, Ask Your Doctor – Part 2, Psyde Effects, Tomorrow Never KnowsEncore: Southbound Pachyderm[H/T JamBase] On Wednesday, The Claypool Lennon Delirium opened up their 2019 spring tour with a stop at Toronto, ON’s Danforth Music Hall. Les Claypool and Sean Lennon recently released their second album together, South of Reality, via ATO. South of Reality is the follow-up to 2016’s Monolith of Phobos, the band’s debut record that displayed their fascinatingly raw authenticity, and 2017’s Lime And Limpid Green EP, which featured psychedelic covers of Pink Floyd, The Who, King Crimson, and Flower Travellin’ Band.In Toronto, the Claypool Lennon Delirium worked through material off of Monolith of Phobos and South of Reality, which included the live debut of “Broiska”, as well as covers of Pink Floyd’s “Astronomy Domine”, King Crimson’s “The Court of the Crimson King”, and The Who’s “Boris the Spider”.The band also welcomed Rush bassist and Toronto native Geddy Lee to add some depth on the low end for a set-closing cover of The Beatles‘ “Tomorrow Never Knows, off of the group’s beloved 1966 Revolver album. Claypool and Lee locked into some double bass action beside the son of late Beatle John Lennon. Claypool walked offstage mid-song to allow Lee a chance to take the spotlight. The Claypool Lennon Delirium returned sans Lee and delivered a one-song encore of Primus favorite, “Southbound Pachyderm”.
Billy Porter Tony nominee Andrew Rannells (The Book of Mormon, TV’s Girls), Tony winner Billy Porter (Kinky Boots), Tony winner Debra Monk (Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, TV’s Girls) and more have boarded the lineup for the previously announced ninth annual Broadway Backwards. Directed and choreographed by Robert Bartley, the one-night-only show is set for March 24 at the Al Hirschfield Theatre. Proceeds for the event, which already had stars including Jonathan Groff, Jessie Mueller and Krysta Rodriguez on board, will benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center. 2013’s sold-out show raised a record-breaking $347,060 for the two organizations. Debra Monk Star Files Other new additions to the event include Tony nominee Michael Berresse (Kiss Me, Kate, A Chorus Line), Tony winner Beth Leavel (Elf, The Drowsy Chaperone), Ken Page (Ain’t Misbehavin’, Cats), Tony nominee John Tartaglia (Avenue Q, TV’s Johnny and the Sprites) and the men of the web series Submissions Only, including co-creator Andrew Keenan-Bolger (Newsies), Stephen Bienskie (Cats), Colin Hanlon (Rent, TV’s Modern Family) and Max von Essen (Evita). View Comments Andrew Rannells
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Long Island’s groundhogs are bucking the prognostications of their furry bretheren to the west and predicting six more weeks of winter.Holtsville Hal and Malverne Mel both saw their shadows on Groundhog Day, which fell on Saturday this year. That’s counter to both groundhog-in-chief Punksatony Phil and New York City’s Staten Island Chuck, neither of whom saw their shadows, suggesting there will be an early spring.The “predictions” come as LI’s forecast calls for a chance of light snow Saturday and Sunday with temperatures in the high 20s or low 30s, remaining below freezing through next week when a chance of light snow returns for Tuesday and Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.Temps are forecast to warm up slightly to 36 under mostly sunny skies next Thursday before a chance of rain and snow returns Friday.
ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr 2018 Wegner Award winner Chuck Purvis, CEO of Coastal CU, Raleigh, NC continue reading » “Never in my wildest dreams would I have thought that I would be receiving this tremendous recognition. As one of the thousands upon thousands of credit union champions, I work every day to improve the lives of people and believe me it takes the entire village. I am honored and quite humbled to be singled out for my contributions. The legacy of Herb Wegner and the past recipients is inspiring and will work hard to uphold the legacy.” – Diana Dykstra, 2019 Wegner Winner for Outstanding Individual Achievement.It is our favorite time of the year here at the Foundation! We are just one month away from the annual Herb Wegner Memorial Awards Dinner happening Monday, February 24th during the CUNA GAC. The opportunity to be surrounded by over 900 other passionate, inspired credit union professionals from around the globe is truly special.Our theme for this year is “Rooted in Purpose” because one of the aspects of the Wegner Awards that is so special is the reminder of the true meaning and purpose behind credit unions. Credit unions were created to help people and it’s what sets us apart from other financial institutions to this day. The dinner serves as a powerful reminder of those roots and why it’s important to never forget our grounding purpose.We are thrilled to be honoring three incredible industry luminaries this year; John Fiore, Teresa Freeborn and Maurice R. Smith. You can learn more about each of these three awardees and why they were chosen here.
Pregnant women bear disproportionate share of flu deathsAbout 6% of pandemic H1N1 deaths in the United States have occurred in pregnant women, though they make up just 1% of the population, the Associated Press reported today. The numbers are based on 266 detailed death reports that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has received. Fifteen deaths occurred in pregnant women. The CDC’s vaccine advisory committee meets tomorrow and is expected to list pregnant women among the high-priority groups to receive the pandemic H1N1 vaccine.Poll shows parents likely to seek H1N1 flu shots for kidsAn Associated Press/GfK Roper poll suggests that about 63% of American parents are likely to allow their children to receive the pandemic H1N1 vaccine, but only 51% of adults would probably receive the immunization themselves. Only 43% said they were concerned that they or a family member might contract the new flu virus. The telephone poll, conducted in mid July and released yesterday, included 1,006 adults, of whom 296 were parents.[AP-GfK flu poll report]Chinese officials say their policy of quarantining foreigners is workingChinese authorities assert that their aggressive quarantine policy to prevent foreign visitors from spreading H1N1 flu has worked well, according to a New York Times report. Officials say China has had few cases and proudly note that no deaths have been reported. But the newspaper tells the story of an American woman who said her surgery for appendicitis was delayed because of the quarantine policy. More than 1,800 Americans have been quarantined in China since the start of the pandemic.[Jul 28 New York Times story]El Salvador extends school vacation to battle pandemicEl Salvador announced it will extend a scheduled school vacation to 2 weeks to fight the spread of the H1N1 flu, the Associated Press reported yesterday. School vacations that began yesterday and last from 2 days to a week, depending on the region, will be extended until Aug 10. The action will affect nearly 2 million students. The country has had 545 confirmed cases of H1N1 flu, including seven fatal ones, the story said.Canadian cities group says national pandemic plan is lackingThe head of the Federation of Canadian Cities has charged that Canada has no national plan for protecting critical frontline workers such as police, firefighters, and transit workers, the Toronto Globe and Mail reported. In an open letter sent yesterday to federal Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq, Basil Stewart said Canada’s pandemic plan does not say who will have priority access to vaccines and antivirals. A spokesman for Aglukkaq said ongoing epidemiologic studies will guide vaccine allocation.WHO to probe antiviral use patternsA World Health Organization (WHO) spokeswoman said today that the agency will host a technical teleconference soon to discuss antiviral use during the H1N1 pandemic and the risks of antiviral resistance, Agence France-Presse reported. Countries vary in their use of oseltamivir (Tamiflu). Some use it widely for prevention and treatment of mild cases, while others are reserving it for infections in high-risk groups and for severe cases. So far, five antiviral-resistant cases have been identified.
HealthLifestyle Olive oil ‘helps prevent stroke’ by: – June 16, 2011 12 Views no discussions Share Share Sharing is caring! Share Olive oil can help prevent strokes in people over 65, a study suggests.Researchers followed around 7,000 people aged 65 and over living in three French cities, for at least five years.They found those who used a lot of olive oil in cooking or as a dressing or dip had a lower risk of stroke than those who never used it.The researchers say older people should be given new dietary advice regarding olive oil, based on the findings, which are published in the journal Neurology.Lead author, Dr Cecilia Samieri, of the University of Bordeaux, said: “Our research suggests that a new set of dietary recommendations should be issued to prevent stroke in people 65 and older.“Stroke is so common in older people, and olive oil would be an inexpensive and easy way to help prevent it.”The researchers studied the medical records of 7,625 people aged 65 and older living in Bordeaux, Dijon and Montpelier.They were asked whether they used olive oil in cooking, on salads or with bread intensively, moderately or never.Most used extra virgin olive oil, which is common in France.After around five years, 148 of the men and women had had a stroke.The study found the stroke risk was 41% lower in those who regularly used olive oil compared with those who abstained, once other factors such as diet, exercise and weight were taken into account.This works out as a 1.5% risk over six years, compared with 2.6%.Protective functionCommenting on the study, published in Neurology, Sharlin Ahmed of the Stroke Association, said: “Olive oil has long been known to have potential health benefits.“It is believed that it could protect against conditions such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure and heart disease and so it’s promising to see that it could have a similar protective function against stroke.“However, it’s important to note that a person’s risk of stroke would only be reduced through consuming olive oil as an alternative to other cooking fats and as part of a healthy balanced diet that is low in saturated fat and salt.“This is also a study based on responses from the public and not a clinical trial. A lot more research therefore needs to be carried out to scientifically test the effectiveness of olive oil as an ingredient that can protect against stroke.”BBC News Tweet
Batesville, In. —Registrations are now open for the fourth annual summer Manufacturing Camp for middle school students, which will take place June 18-20 from noon to 5 p.m.The camp is designed by six leading companies in Ripley County, Genesis: Pathways to Success, and Ivy Tech Community College, and transportation for the camp is provided by the Batesville Community School Corporation. The companies involved in the camp include Batesville Casket, Batesville Tool & Die, Hillenbrand, Hill-Rom, Wood-Mizer, and Thrive Market.“The purpose of the camp is to expose students to the wide variety of career opportunities that exist locally in the manufacturing sector,” commented Cheryll Obendorf, Genesis Director. “With strong support from Ivy Tech and the local manufacturing community for programs like this, middle school students are extraordinarily fortunate to experience manufacturing through this camp.”During this camp, students will discover what is being manufactured in their own backyards by meeting with leading industry experts and touring local manufacturing facilities. Each day, students will engage in hands-on activities that teach skills necessary in modern manufacturing. At the end of each day, campers return to Ivy Tech Community College where they participate in wrap-up activities that emphasize what they experienced at the manufacturing facilities each day.Students came away an awareness of careers available with local manufacturers. They also obtain knowledge of the skills needed, high school classes available to help them obtain those skills, and postsecondary training offered to support further skill development.“Many of Ripley County’s manufacturers are home grown businesses; businesses that were started by local residents whose hard work and dedication has allowed them to build global companies. Manufacturing Camp is an opportunity for us to highlight that entrepreneurial spirit to the workforce of the future, as well as to emphasize the impact the manufacturing sector has on the local economy,” stated Amy Streator, Executive Director of the Ripley County Community Foundation.Space is limited to 60 middle school students from throughout southeastern Indiana. Register online at www.genesisp2s.org, or contact Laura Hamilton at the Ripley County Community Foundation, 812-933-1098 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Northern Irishman, who was victorious at Pebble Beach back in 2010, has endured a low-key season thus far, making six cuts at nine PGA Tour events. He is therefore looking for a timely bounce at TPC Southwind, which holds a purse of 6million US dollars (£3.8million) and acts as a warm-up for next week’s US Open at Chambers Bay. Graeme McDowell hopes the FedEx St Jude Classic provides the “competitive sharpness” he feels he is lacking before he targets a second US Open title. McDowell told pgatour.com: “When it comes to preparing for major championships there are a few ways you can do it, you can try and simulate the conditions you’ll find the following week. “The way that the US Open jumps around it’s very difficult to have a solid warm-up venue the week before so you’ve got to take the rough with the smooth. “Some years it’s going to be a great preparation and some years maybe not. “I think the comparison of the two golf courses is that they’re at opposite ends of the spectrum but I love coming here and getting some competitive sharpness. “I think, going into a major championship, preparing and playing the golf course and having your game plan together is key – but being competitively sharp and feeling confident that you are playing well, those are just important. “For me it’s been a slow year, I kind of feel that my game’s turning a corner so I’ll be teeing it up and trying to get some competitive sharpness.” Dustin Johnson – currently ranked seventh in the world – is looking to claim first prize at Southwind for the second time having done so in 2012. The powerful driver arrives in Memphis on the back of consecutive top-15 finishes while his fellow American Webb Simpson tied for third here a year ago. Englishman Luke Donald this week sealed qualification for the US Open and makes his first start in the St Jude Classic. Billy Horschel, Ryan Palmer and Phil Mickelson are also keen to perfect their games ahead of the second major of the year. Press Association
Kick off at Tallaght Stadium is at 8.05.Group D leaders Zenit St. Petersburg play host to Maccabi Tel Aviv, with kick-off in Russia at 4 Irish time. Dundalk will look to take another step towards a place in the knockout phase of the Europa League tonight. Stephen Kenny’s side take on AZ Alkmaar in Tallaght tonight, a side from whom they took a point earlier-on in Group D.The Dundalk boss knows three points tonight would be huge.
Ashanti Gold Sunday overcame threats from Sewe Sports of Cote D’Ivoire to secure a 1/16th stage berth of the Caf Confederation cup at the Len Clay Sports stadium.Aminu Mohammed’s 35th goal sealed victory for the Obuasi-based club over their Ivorian counterparts who they had beaten by one goal to nil a fortnight agoMeanwhile, pemier league champions, Aduana Stars failed to make it to the next round of the CAF Champions league.Even though they beat their counterparts from Morrocco, Wac of Morocco at the Agyeman Badu Park in Dorma Ahenkro, the result was not enough to see them through.Striker Dan Bortey’s 25th minute penalty ensured a one nil victory for the home team but the victory was not enough to see Aduana Stars them.They needed three more unanswered goals to cancel out a 3-0 defeat they suffered at the hands of Wac in Morocco. But they failed to live up to the billing.Source: Myjoyonline.com/Ghana