On May 13th, Rhino Records is releasing July 1978: The Complete Recordings, a 12-CD box set chronicling five shows during a prime era of the Grateful Dead’s career. In anticipation of that release, the band has shared one such recording: a version of “Ramble On Rose” from Red Rocks Amphitheatre, played on 7/8/78.The full box set contains shows from July 1st through the 8th, including Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, MO on July 1st, St. Paul Civic Center in St. Paul, MN on July 3rd, Omaha Civic Auditorium in Omaha, NE on July 5th, all leading up to two nights at Red Rocks in Morrison, CO, on July 7th and 8th. These shows were taped by Betty Cantor-Jackson, and copies of the box set will be limited to 15,000.You can check out the new single from the box set, “Ramble On Rose,” as premiered by Uncut, below: read more
FRANKLIN COUNTY, Ind. — The Bear and Friends Animal Society hosted their first annual “Hounds and Hero’s” Banquet recently.The society honored Franklin County Sheriff’s Department Seargent Adam Henson and his K-9 partner, Lito, for their service to the community with “The Resolute Team” award.The Bear and Friends Animal Society of Brookville rescues dogs from uncertain futures in animal shelters and on the street in an effort to improve human lives.
New Delhi: Murali Vijay provided some relief to India’s opening conundrum with a blazing century on the final day of the warm-up game against Cricket Australia XI at the Sydney Cricket Ground as the game ended in a draw. The game in Sydney, India’s lone warm-up encounter before the first Test in Adelaide on December 6 yielded plenty of positives for Virat Kohli’s side, with the skipper, Ajinkya Rahane, Cheteshwar Pujara, Hanuma Vihari and Prithvi Shaw all slamming fifties to show their form. In the second innings, India was boosted by the form of KL Rahul with the right-hander making up for his failure in the first innings with an aggressive 61.Read More |Hardik Pandya’s absence will be a big factor for India: Ian ChappellHowever, the match provided some sadness for 19-year-old Shaw as the youngster suffered an ankle injury which has forced him to miss the first Test. With Shaw out of the equation, there were plenty of questions raised on India’s opening conundrum for the first Test but the performances of Vijay and Rahul might have eased the nerves for Kohli’s side.Read More |Virat Kohli’s India aim to avoid tail-ender woes in Australia TestsCricket Australia XI took a massive 186-run lead thanks to wicketkeeper Harry Nielsen’s century. He was well supported by Aaron Hardie’s 86 and valuable contributions from Daniel Fallins (43), Luke Robins (38*) and Jackson Coleman (36) all chipped in to help Cricket Australia XI reach 544 all out.Aggressive openersRahul and Vijay started off in calm fashion before opening up after negotiating the first hour. Rahul was the first to reach his landmark by slamming two consecutive boundaries of Fallins but the 109-run stand was broken when Rahul perished to D’Arcy Short’s offspin.Read More |Virat Kohli’s wicket celebration vs CA XI takes internet by stormVijay was the next to get to his landmark with a boundary off Aaron Summers. The Tamil Nadu opener continued to play aggressively and he raised his aggression to the next level when Jake Carder came into the attack. Vijay blasted three boundaries and two sixes as he reached his century in grand style, with the bowler leaking 26 runs.Carder was subject to more punishment as Vijay launched him for two more sixes but he departed for 129 and the match ended in a draw. The performances of Vijay and Rahul have given India breathing space for the Adelaide Test in the opening slot following Shaw’s injury. However, the onus will be on both to put together a solid partnership following their disappointing series in England. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. read more
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisAlpena — Cinema at the Sanctuary returns this Thursday night with the popular environmental documentary “Chasing Coral.”The film looks at the depreciation of coral reefs all over the world. It took three years to film and over 500 hours of underwater footage. The film was directed by Jeff Orlowski and produced by Larissa Rhodes.“Chasing Coral” will not only highlight this month’s film, but it will also highlight another event happening this week in Alpena.“On September 11, we start the 30 days of peace and their theme is caring for the earth, so for the “Chasing Coral” film, it will be one of their featured events,” said Friends of Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary Katie Wolf.The film was recognized at Sundance Film Festival as an audience award winner. The documentary is also in the running for a pair of Emmy Awards.The doors open at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, and the film starts at 7. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, visit the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary website https://thunderbay.noaa.gov/AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: Chasing Coral, Cinema at the Sanctuary, Coral Reefs, Friends at Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Thunder Bay National Marine SanctuaryContinue ReadingPrevious Alpena Township appoints new clerkNext What’s Trending for September 10 read more