Lettuce Announces Two-Night Brooklyn Bowl Run To Kick Off 2016

first_imgFunk band extraordinaire Lettuce has announced exciting plans to hit New York, NY for two-nights in January! The band will literally kick 2016 off with a bang, playing on January 1st and 2nd at Brooklyn Bowl, presented by Live for Live Music.The band is fresh off a fiery two-night run at the PlayStation Theater, just days after their highly-anticipated fourth album Crush was released. The funky momentum is at an all-time high for Lettuce, and the fans couldn’t be happier.Lettuce Brings Weekend-Long Funk Fest To NYC [Gallery]The shows will include two sets, with one at around 10:30 PM and the other starting at 12:30 AM, giving Phish phans ample time to cruise out to Williamsburg on the L Train after the music at Madison Square Garden.Tickets go on sale this Friday, November 20th, and more information can be found here for night one and here for night two.The band will be coming off a huge New Year’s Eve blowout with Turbo Suit and Future Rock at the Riviera Theatre in Chicago. Get more info on that here.[Photo by Patrick Hughes]last_img read more

Live Stream for Opening Ceremony of CARICOM Heads Meeting

first_img A Caribbean Creative Industries Management Unit proposed… Mar 3, 2015 Youths from disadvantaged background sing to CARICOM Heads The Opening Ceremony for the 26th Inter-sessional meeting of CARICOM Heads of Government in The Bahamas will be streamed live from 10:30 a.m. (Eastern Caribbean time) on Thursday 26 February 2015. The stream can be followed on  the ZNS TV Bahamas website http://www.znsbahamas.com/ and on the CARICOM Today newsblog www.today.caricom.org The Ceremony, at the Melia Nassau Beach Resort, will be addressed by CARICOM Chairman, Prime Minister of The Bahamas, Rt. Hon. Perry Christie; immediate past Chairman, Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda Hon. Gaston Browne and CARICOM Secretary-General Ambassador Irwin LaRocque. You may be interested in… Feb 27, 2018 CARICOM Heads: Outcomes, Questions center_img Feb 26, 2018 Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… Out-going CARICOM Chairman addresses Inter-Sessional Meeting… Feb 26, 2020 Share this on WhatsApplast_img read more

Who will be inside stadiums when Premier League returns

first_imgSalah equals Premier League record File Photo: – In this Sunday, May 6, 2018 file photo, the English Premier League trophy is displayed on the pitch prior to the English Premier League soccer match between Manchester City and Huddersfield Town at Etihad stadium in Manchester, England. (AP Photo/Rui Vieira, File).The English Premier League season will resume on Wednesday without fans after a three-month stoppage due to the COVID-19 pandemic.Following are the people allowed inside stadiums as well as the protocols and requirements for clubs to host matches:* All the remaining games will be played without fans.* A maximum of 300 people — including broadcast staff, written media, commentators, doping officials and scouts — will be allowed inside stadiums on match-days.* Stadiums will be split into red, amber and green zones with each team’s red zone pass holders to include 20 players, 12 coaching and medical staff and a further five “essential staff”.* The amber zone will include non-essential staff, such as analysts, while all others will be placed in the green zone.* Players will undergo COVID-19 tests at their club’s training ground before travelling to stadiums for matches.* Teams will take the field separately, not side-by-side, and games will feature drinks breaks midway through each half.* Players will line up for the Premier League anthem in a staggered formation rather than form a straight line as before.* There will be no pre-match handshakes between teams and no handshakes at the coin toss.* There will be no ballboys or ballgirls and players will have to use spare balls placed around the pitch if a match ball goes into the stands.* Players must maintain distance during goal celebrations.* Players cannot spit or clear their noses on the field of play.* Players must avoid mass confrontations with opponents and cannot crowd match officials.* Players should use their own water bottles and make use of hand-sanitisers before and after every match.* Medical staff will wear protective equipment when treating players.* Substitutes and managers on the bench will not be required to wear masks and players do not have to wear them when entering the stadium or dressing room.* Teams can have nine players on the bench instead of seven and can make five substitutes during a match, instead of three.* The technical area for managers will be reconfigured to allow for greater social distancing, as will team dugouts.* Corner flags, goalposts, substitution boards and match balls will be thoroughly disinfected before games.* Clubs will be encouraged to travel by plane and avoid staying in hotels before games.* Clubs are expected to use at least three coaches for matchday travel with drivers who have already undergone novel coronavirus tests.Related Somalia’s football Premier League kicks offcenter_img Mikel rules out premier league returnlast_img read more

Four things we learned from Chelsea’s stunning win over City

first_imgSee also:Chelsea v Manchester City player ratingsChelsea pull off stunning victory over Man CitySarri explains his key decisions for Chelsea winChelsea suspend fans for alleged racial abuse of SterlingPolice investigate alleged racist abuse aimed at Sterling during Man City gameSarri planning to play Hazard as a striker again Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook N’Golo Kante netted just before the interval. [Picture: Adam Davy/PA Wire]Goals from N’Golo Kante and David Luiz gave Chelsea a stunning victory over the champions at Stamford Bridge.AdChoices广告The Blues’ 2-0 win ended Manchester City’s unbeaten start to the Premier League season.Here are four things we learned from the match.City are not invinciblePep Guardiola’s champions have maintained the fine form which saw them waltz to the title last season in the early months of this campaign. But, despite dominating possession in west London, Chelsea proved they can be beaten. The defeat – City’s first Premier League loss since April – leaves them a point behind title rivals Liverpool.Hazard is so versatileMuch was made of both managers opting to start without recognised strikers, particularly Maurizio Sarri’s decision to pick Eden Hazard as a ‘false nine’. After being starved of the ball in the first half, Belgium forward Hazard – who also operated in the role against City in March – showed his class in the crucial moments of the match by creating both goals.Hazard was involved in both Chelsea goals. [Picture: Adam Davy/PA Wire]Potency beats possessionFor all of their possession and pressing in attacking areas, City were guilty of creating little. Chelsea would have been grateful to go in goalless at half-time but Kante gave them an undeserved lead from which City could not recover. While the visitors had a handful of decent openings, they failed to register a meaningful attempt on goal until a Gabriel Jesus effort in injury time.Chelsea unlikely to mount title challengeDespite this victory, it appears unlikely that the Blues can sustain a serious title challenge. They struggled to touch the ball in the opening period and rode their luck in securing an unexpected victory. Their spirit and second-half performance will provide Sarri with plenty of positives, but City and Liverpool surely remain the standout sides.last_img read more