Day three will be headlined by Garth Brooks in his first-ever festival performance. Stagecoach 2018 also features Florida Georgia Line as day one headliners, plus Kelsea Ballerini, Jason Isbell, Gordon Lightfoot, Ronnie Milsap, Kacey Musgraves, Kenny Rogers, Trisha Yearwood, Dwight Yoakam, and many other outstanding artists emerging on the scene.Billed as “California’s Country music festival,” this year will feature a HonkyTonk Dance Hall, affordable car-camping, and a chance to disprove naysayers who think California’s Country culture is fading, a condition brought on by nostalgia for the classic Bakersfield Sound.Urban’s sizzling country licks began in New Zealand, of all places, and earlier this year, he was celebrated in Washington, D.C., at the 2017 GRAMMYs on the Hill Awards for his advocacy on behalf of the music community. With his refreshing love of music, Urban’s set is bound to stand out as a “must-see” at next year’s Stagecoach festival.Watch Keith Urban Perform “Blue Ain’t Your Color” At CMA Fest 2017Read more Stagecoach, “California’s Country music festival,” announces the 4-time GRAMMY winner leading its second-dayPhilip MerrillGRAMMYs Sep 13, 2017 – 4:03 pm Spring 2018’s Stagecoach music festival will be held in Indio, Calif. on April 27 –29. The fest’s day two headliner will be none other than Keith Urban, the man Nile Rodgers described as “the brother I have never had” and “the greatest gentleman in all of music.” Keith Urban To Headline Stagecoach Music Festival Day 2 NETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO Jun 8, 2015 – 3:16 pm Keith Urban Wins Best Male Country Vocal Performance Twitter Email Facebook News Keith Urban To Headline Stagecoach Music Festival keith-urban-headline-stagecoach-music-festival-day-2
TEWKSBURY, MA — Below is a press release from the campaign of 19th Middlesex State Representative candidate Pina Prinzivalli (R-Tewksbury):On Monday, Pina Prinzivalli, the Republican nominee for State Representative in the 19th Middlesex District, announced that she will be opting out of the state pension system when elected, calling it the “Give Back Pledge.”“I’m not running to enrich myself with taxpayer dollars,” said Prinzivalli, a 34 year old career professional who has worked in the private sector since she was a teenager. “I hear a lot of candidates, including my opponent Mr. Robertson, say that they’re running because they want to give back. I can’t think of a better way to give back than by opting out of the pension system. As someone who is getting married at the end of next year and has dreams of becoming a mom, I want to make the district the best place to live, work and raise a family. That’s my priority and commitment to you.”In January, Prinzivalli pledged to never vote herself a pay raise and if there is ever an increase in base salary, Prinzivalli will donate the amount to charity.“It’s the right thing to do and standing up for what is right is what my campaign is all about,” said Prinzivalli. “Whether it’s standing up against the boycott of Dandi-Lyons or committing to voting ‘NO’ on becoming a Sanctuary State, I will be a bold voice for the district on Beacon Hill.”Prinzivalli points to the January, 2017 pay raise vote as the reason why she wanted to run for State Rep. Dave Robertson (D-Tewksbury) was chief of staff for the office that voted for the pay raises.“At the debate, my opponent made it perfectly clear that this is a career for him when he announced that he was against term limits,” said Prinzivalli. “It’s time we send someone from the working class, and not the political class to the State House. I want to be your family’s voice on Beacon Hill and that’s why I’m asking for your vote.”Early voting is underway through November 2. The general election is November 6th.Pina Prinzivalli and The Giving Back” Pledge(NOTE: The above press release is from State Rep. Pina Prinzivalli’s campaign.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedSTATE REP RACE: Voting Records Show Prinzivalli Voted Only Once Before Launching Candidacy; Campaign DisputesIn “Government”STATE REP RACE: Prinzivalli Campaign Declares Debate Victory; Knocks Robertson On Dandi-Lyons & Sanctuary StateIn “Government”STATE REP RACE: Pina Prinzivalli Speaks At Large GOP Rally, Shares Message On TaxesIn “Government”
UNMISS is contributing to the third National Unity Day in Juba by means of its Bangladeshi Engineering Contingent, which is renovating football fields in the capital.Bangladesh’s engineering contingent in South Sudan has been tasked with renovation of football fields to be used for a variety of National Unity Day activities.The Bangladeshi peacekeepers are contributing to youthful festivities, under the umbrella of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS).The mission said it is supporting this year’s annual National Unity Day by renovating four football fields in Juba.”Hundreds of youths from across the country will get together for sports and other activities to promote inter-ethnic interaction and a spirit of fair play and peace.,” the mission said in a news release.The opening ceremony of the event will be held at the Juba Football Stadium on 27 January and it will end on 4 February.According to the news release, work has already begun on the pitch in Juba-One, with the fields of Buluk, Zahra and St. Paul’s to follow.Officer-in-charge of some of the engineering work, Lieutenant Masud, says the tasks of the contingent will include the grading and levelling of the football grounds, as well as digging drains along their perimeters.Lemor William Joseph, assistant director for youth, training and innovation, a component of the culture, youth and sports ministry of that country, appreciated the efforts of the UN peacekeeping mission.“Actually it is a very great work that UNMISS is doing for us, because really to renovate these fields would have been very expensive,” he said.The Japan International Cooperation Agency, JICA, will finance the logistics of bringing the participating youths to the National Unity Day.During the 2017 edition of the National Unity Day, approximately 500 boys and girls from twelve towns from across South Sudan and Abyei participated in football and athletics competitions.This year youths from all of the states of the country are expected to take part.
After 14 spring practices, the first-year head coach will open the final workout of the spring to give fans their first glimpse of the 2019 UofL football team. The practice will last for approximately two hours, with a couple of 11 on 11 scrimmage periods mixed in throughout the workout. Parking lots will open at 2 p.m., followed by gates at 6 p.m. Cardinal Authentic, which is located at Gate 2 on the east side of the stadium, will open at 11 a.m., with many items marked off as high as 50 percent. Story Links LOUISVILE, Ky. – Head coach Scott Satterfield and the University of Louisville football team will close spring football practice with the 2019 Spring Showcase at Cardinal Stadium on March 7 at 7 p.m. Admission is free to the event. Print Friendly Version
UofL opens the regular season Next Friday, August 30 at 7 p.m. with Florida at the Cardinal Classic. The Cardinals home slate includes 15 matches against teams that were nationally ranked in 2018, as well as 11 matches against teams that earned an NCAA Tournament berth last season. The Cardinals posted a 22-9 record in the 2018 season and made their 27th appearance in the NCAA Tournament. UofL is led by returning HM All-American Melanie McHenry as well as starters Emily Scott and Piper Roe, a member of the US Collegiate National Team. The season will highlight one of the best Cardinal recruiting classes in recent memory. The 2019 UofL volleyball recruiting class was ranked No. 16 in the nation, the highest ranked class in the ACC and the highest ranking Cardinal class since 2006. UofL hit .413 in the match with five aces and 12.5 blocks. Miami hit .065 with two aces and one block. The RedHawks were led by Lindsay Taylor’s seven kills. Single match tickets can be bought here LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Claire Chaussee, Aiko Jones and Melanie McHenry each had eight kills to lead the No. 25-ranked University of Louisville volleyball team to a 25-8, 25-23, 25-14 win over Miami University in an exhibition match Saturday afternoon at L&N Federal Credit Union Arena. Tickets can also be purchased by phone at 502-GO-CARDS, or by visiting the Louisville Cardinals Ticket Office, located near Gate 2 at Cardinal Stadium (2800 South Floyd Street) on weekdays from 9 a.m., until 5 p.m., ET. Single match tickets will also be available for purchase on match days at the L&N Federal Credit Union Arena ticket windows starting one hour prior to match time. In the first set, UofL hit a torrid .458 led by Claire Chaussee’s four kills. After taking a 15-1 lead, the Cards cruised to a 25-8 win. The RedHawks pushed back in the second set, never trailing by more than two points until 16-14 when a kill by Piper Roe sparked a four point run to go up 20-14. The teams traded points before the Cards prevailed 25-23. In the third set, UofL ran out to a 14-6 lead early and then closed out with a 25-14 win. Photo Gallery The ranking was announced by PrepVolleyball.com, where a panel of college coaches from across the country and representing all three NCAA women’s volleyball divisions determines the top list of classes. Story Links To see the complete schedule, click here Print Friendly Version
Youngsters browsing through the latest rock album, an elderly couple searching for a devotional track and a tourist hunting for his favourite piece of Indian music -on any day this can be a close description for the city’s iconic music store, the Rhythm House.Except, it is the beginning of the end for the 67-year-old place which is slated to shut shop in 2016.Situated in south Mumbai, nestled between Kala Ghoda and Jehangir Art Gallery, Rhythm House was established in 1948. Also Read – Punjab on alert after release of excess water from Bhakra damKnown for its extremely rich and diverse collection of music and movies, the store was so popular it was often frequented by personalities like Mumtaz, Shammi Kapoor, A R Rahman, Rahul Sharma and Zakir Hussain.This was, however, before the illegal music downloads on Internet became a norm, which led to the decision by owners to shut down by end of February, next year.“It saddens us to inform you the time has come for us to bid goodbye to the music and video business for reasons that need no elaboration. We are the last of our city’s large format music and video stores to yield to the challenges posed by new technologies and piracy,” it says on the shop’s website. Ajay Parmar, who has been working in Rhythm House for over a decade is now looking at a blank future ahead of the shop’s closure. Also Read – Union Min doubts ‘vote count’ in Bareilly, seeks probe“We all are extremely sad. I have worked here for 12 years, and now I need to look for other jobs. The knowledge of music which I had accumulated over the years will go to waste. Where can I possibly use this knowledge now?” he says. The store withstood the forever dynamic market – from selling vending 78 rpm lacquered disc, LP vinyl disc, cassettes in the initial years, to comfortably adapting to the arrival of compact disc, VCDs, DVDs and even the newest optical Blu-Ray discs. But it seems the Internet age, with consumers downloading music at their finger tips, which served the final blow for the store.“Internet downloads and piracy has killed everything. What can we possibly do about that. Online shopping lacks the one on one interaction we have here at our store. You can’t get that anywhere else,” says Parmar.The store, which had a staff strength of 45, two years ago, now has almost 30 people. Even though the period from December-February has always been a “peak season”, the only crowd the store is witnessing this time is that of loyal patrons, coming to take in the last few days of the place.“A lot has changed over the years. The public has stopped coming to the store. Even today when there is a heavy sale going on, not many new people are coming. I have seen this place grow, to watch it in this state is sad,” says Raees, an employee at the store for nearly 20 years.