Widespread Panic Shares Pro-Shot “Soul Kitchen” & “Paranoid” Bust Outs From Halloween Show [Watch]

first_imgBeloved jam band Widespread Panic settled into the 1STBANK Arena in Broomfield, CO for a three-night Halloween celebration, treating fans to an “Angels & Devils” themed show throughout two sets of music. The band took the opportunity to bust out several long-lost covers from years past, including a great two song run for their first encore.The band dug deep into past Halloween shows and pulled out The Doors’ “Soul Kitchen” and Black Sabbath’s “Paranoid,” playing the songs for the first time since 2000 and 1987, respectively. Fortunately for us, WSP has shared pro-shot footage of the two songs, which you can watch below.Panic is off the road until a three-night run in Nashville, TN for New Year’s Eve. Though the band has promised to reduce touring in 2017, they have shows scheduled for Panic En La Playa and SweetWater 420 festival next year. Check out the Halloween setlist from PanicStream, below.Setlist: Widespread Panic at 1STBANK Center, Broomfield, CO – 10/30/16Set 1: Waiting For The Bus* > Jesus Just Left Chicago, Happy, Angels on High, Good People, Heaven, Angels Don’t Sing The Blues, Hallelujah, Tall Boy, Ain’t Life Grand (64 mins)Set 2: Theme Slippin’ Into Darkness**^, Machine > Barstools and Dreamers***, Vampire Blues****, Henry Parson’s Died, Beat On The Brat*****, I Wanna Be Sedated*****, Chilly Water > I Walk On Guilded Splinters > Bust It Big > Chilly Water, Lithium****** (83 mins)Encore 1: Soul Kitchen*******, Paranoid********Encore 2:  Postcard, End of the Show (21 mins)Notes: * FTP ~ 10.31.09 ~ Austin** FTP ~ 10.31.02 ~ NOLA / ^ Steve Lopez on Percussion*** w/ Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin) rap**** FTP ~ 10.31.05 ~ Las Vegas***** FTP ~ 10.31.03 ~ NYC / The Ramones (LTP 880 shows)****** FTP ~ 10.30.16 ~ Broomfield / Nirvana******* FTP ~ 10.28.00 ~ NOLA / The Doors (LTP 1,140 shows)******** FTP ~ 10.31.87 ~ Athens, Ga / Black Sabbath (LTP 2,809 shows)last_img read more

Tiny turfgrass tunnelers

first_imgAdult mole crickets spend winter underground. When temperatures warm, they emerge, feed and mate. Their flights begin in March and continue through June when their numbers and damage in an area can increase quickly. Females lay 40 eggs per clutch and a single female may lay as many as 12 clutches. The eggs hatch into nymphs that look like small adults without wings. Nymphs grow throughout the summer, becoming adults in fall. Eating and burrowingAdult mole crickets can do considerable damage to lawns in the spring, but the most serious injury usually occurs between August and October. This is when the mole crickets are large and active. Some feed on turfgrass while others tunnel underneath it, damaging roots and causing grass to dry out.To determine if you need to treat your lawn, sample your site. You can do this by using a detergent-water solution. Dissolve 2 tablespoons of liquid dishwashing detergent in 2 gallons of water and pour over an area of 4 square feet. Watch the area for five minutes and count the mole crickets as they emerge. Repeat this in several different locations in your lawn. If an average of 2 or more mole crickets is flushed per site, a treatment should be made.Treat at night or late in the dayRegardless of the pesticide or time of application, steps should be taken to maximize control. Remember, heat and sunlight affect all pesticides, and mole crickets are most active at night. Apply the insecticide as late in the day as possible. Unless the label instructs otherwise, irrigate the area thoroughly after application to move the material from the foliage down to the soil surface.If irrigation is available, the mole crickets themselves can be manipulated to improve control. Allow the soil to dry out for several days and then irrigate thoroughly in the evening. Apply the insecticide the next afternoon. Mole crickets are sensitive to soil moisture and will move down in the ground to find comfortable conditions if the upper soil surface is dry. Irrigation will bring them back up to resume feeding the following night, making control much easier.Wait for eggs to hatchTiming is important, too. The nymph population increases throughout June and almost all eggs that are going to hatch will have done so by July. Delaying insecticidal application until late June ensures that all of the eggs have hatched. Small nymphs spend more time at or near the surface than larger nymphs do and are relatively easy to kill.Late June is the ideal time to treat for mole crickets. As summer goes on and the crickets grow, they become harder to kill. By late August or early September, control may be difficult to achieve, and a treatment with a bait formulation should be used. Be Always read and follow label recommendations closely.last_img read more

Chase selected for ITO course in May

first_imgTHE Guyana Boxing Association (GBA) has chosen referee/judge Elton Chase to attend an International Technical Officers (ITO) course in May.Chase will attend the course in St Lucia and write an examination which, if he is successful, will make him the first AIBA-certified ITO from Guyana.GBA president Steve Ninvalle disclosed that Chase has been working tirelessly during the last three years and was Tournament Supervisor at two major international competitions held here last year.“Chase performed with distinction at the Caribbean Schoolboys and Juniors in August and the Caribbean championship in December. The Caribbean has less than a handful of certified ITOs and we are confident that Elton Chase, with his propensity for hard work, will soon join that distinguished group, Ninvalle said.Chase’s trip to St Lucia is part of an ongoing GBA plan to expose and upgrade local officialslast_img read more

Analysis: Lakers’ plodding pace in coaching search came back to bite them

first_imgThe Lakers seemed to think they were his only option. But Lue had another one: Staying out of work. And in doing so, Lue might have shown definitively that he was their best choice.That misinterpretation of leverage now leaves the Lakers not starting completely from the bottom, but close to it. Kidd and Howard are still in the running, and ESPN reported that former Indiana and Orlando coach Frank Vogel would be interviewing Thursday as the Lakers attempt to speed up their process. The experienced coaches that the Lakers are interviewing have a common thread: Kidd, Vogel, Mike Woodson and Lionel Hollins have all worked as head coaches at least twice before, and been fired from their last jobs at least more than a year ago.There’s a month-and-a-half until the NBA Draft (workouts have already begun) and less than two months until the July 1 start of free agency, and for all the salary cap space the Lakers possess, they still don’t have a coach.If the Lakers had urgency from the start, they might look a lot more stable than they do now. Trail Blazers, Grizzlies advance to NBA play-in game; Suns, Spurs see playoff dreams dashed Trail Blazers beat Grizzlies in play-in, earn first-round series with the Lakers That left the Lakers with three candidates, but just one obvious choice for both success and experience: Lue. Indeed, within hours after the Suns announced their hire, reports surfaced that the Lakers were readying an offer for Lue – not actually yet fielding an offer, but still preparing despite being three weeks into their search. Still, it seemed inevitable: Lue apparently felt good enough about the prospect that he posed in front of a Lakers-themed birthday cake in Las Vegas for his birthday.But when there’s one serious candidate, it reduces leverage, and not content to simply get their man, the Lakers tried to negotiate to limit his security and control – two factors that no coach would want limited.A concern the Lakers had about Walton – the experience of his staff – was passed on to Lue. The Athletic reported that the Lakers wished to dictate at least a few of his assistants, including former head coach Jason Kidd, who was competing with Lue for the job. The Lakers also limited the years in their offer: a reported $18 million over three years, concurrent with the timeline that James is under contract.Given that Walton was given a five-year deal in 2016 (with the fifth year as a team option), Lue could have interpreted that offer as a lack of conviction that the Lakers would keep him on past the James era.Perhaps the Lakers could have pushed hard on compensation. Perhaps they could have pushed hard on staff. But pushing hard on both proved to be too much for Lue, who walked away Wednesday. It’s easy to understand how a coach would feel undermined by the nature of those discussions – particularly one who has already won a championship and coached the star the Lakers wanted him to coach.ESPN reported that the Lakers were unprepared that Lue might turn away, which seems naive. While Lue hasn’t been mixed in with other open job searches (and one is for his replacement in Cleveland), he is still being paid off by the Cavaliers for an undisclosed sum that is likely several million dollars. He also has struggled with health issues in the past related to the stresses of coaching, taking a break in 2018 to change his lifestyle.Related Articles Lakers practice early hoping to answer all questions AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersLue’s connections to the Lakers have been evident and compelling since before the position came open. Though just 42, Lue coached the Cavaliers to three straight NBA Finals, winning it all in 2016 with LeBron James. Coaching James has long been a high-stakes, high-pressure job, and only Mike Brown, Erik Spoelstra and Lue have done it with sustainable success. As a former Laker who played under Phil Jackson and alongside Kobe Bryant, there were franchise ties there as well.Speculation rumbled from the moment Lue was fired just six games into the season after a falling out with Cavaliers management. Lue-to-Lakers rumors were hot enough that James’ old coach thought it necessary to reach out to his new coach midseason and tell Luke Walton he wasn’t trying to take his job, according to The Athletic.But when Walton and the Lakers parted ways on April 12, Lue immediately was considered by most observers to be the frontrunner, particularly alongside the other candidates the Lakers grouped him with. From the field, Lue was the only coach who had worked directly with James, who is under contract for at least two more years (the third is a player option) and the only one to have won a championship.If Lue was the clubhouse favorite early on with the Lakers, they didn’t outwardly show it, taking a week to sit down for their first interview with Lue, then leisurely proceeding with sitdowns with 76ers assistant Monty Williams, former coach Jason Kidd and Heat assistant Juwan Howard. ESPN described Lue’s first interview as “relaxed and broad,” without getting into heavy detail – as if the Lakers had all the time in the world.With at least one candidate, they did not. Monty Williams quickly came into additional demand when the Phoenix Suns fired Igor Kokoskov, reportedly in part because they wanted to hire Williams. While hiring a fifth head coach in just four years was controversial, it was a bold move that showed the Suns’ desire to bring in Williams as their top choice. Eventually, that eagerness paid off when Williams agreed to terms on a five-year deal on May 3, having gone through two interviews with the Lakers but reportedly never receiving an offer.center_img How athletes protesting the national anthem has evolved over 17 years Lakers, Clippers schedules set for first round of NBA playoffs In the hours after Magic Johnson shocked the world and every level of the Lakers organization with his resignation, there was no sense where the franchise would head next, but there was a promise as to how it would proceed.A three-paragraph statement, presumably approved by team owner Jeanie Buss, wished Johnson well, and then offered this: “We will work in a measured and methodical fashion to make the right moves for the future of our organization.”It’s now been a month since that day, and the Lakers are still facing perilous uncertainty heading into a critical summer. It’s apparent from the trickling in of head coaching interviews in that span that there has been slow progress, but a high-profile breakdown of negotiations with Tyronn Lue, the most obvious candidate, has set the search back and reflected poorly on the organization.As the Lakers start interviews with a second round of candidates, it seems apt to question if taking this much time has hurt their process – if “measured and methodical” has practically translated to being painfully flat-footed in a process led by General Manager Rob Pelinka and overseen by team owner Jeanie Buss. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more