The Strokes Bring Bust-Outs, Three Song Debuts To The Capitol Theatre [Review]

first_imgCheck out the full setlist below.Edit this setlist | More The Strokes setlists The Strokes returned to The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY last night, performing a last minute warm-up show in advance of their headlining performance at Governors Ball this Friday. The reclusive New York rockers boasted an impressive light show that left them silhouetted for the majority of the performance. While they spent most of the night in the shadows, The Strokes were showered with love from their rabid fans from the moment they took the stage, and they returned the favor with a wild, varied setlist that featured several bust outs and the live debut of all three songs from their new Future Present Past EP.The Strokes began the show with a combo of songs from their debut record Is This It, opening with a thumping “The Modern Age” and following that up with the first “Soma” since 2010. After a quick run through “Threat of Joy” from the new EP, the band returned to older material with “What Ever Happened?” from Room on Fire, followed by the increasingly rare “Under Cover of Darkness” from their comeback record, Angles. Next up were three impressive bust outs in a row, as “Alone, Together” from Is This It and “Ask Me Anything” from First Impressions of Earth were both trotted out for the first time since 2011. In between those two tracks was the biggest bust out of the night, playing First Impressions of Earth‘s “Electricityscape” for the first time since 2006.After so many bust outs, the band brought the crowd back to earth with another debut from Future Present Past, this time “Oblivius”. The Strokes then turned in a great rendition of their classic Is this It track “Someday”, with “You’re So Right” from Angles following it up. After a raucous run through “Juicebox” from First Impressions of Earth, the band gave the crowd even more bust outs, playing “Evening Sun” from First Impressions for the first time since 2010, and “Trying Your Luck” from Is This It for the first time since 2011. They sandwiched these rarities with their third and final song from the new EP, “Drag Queen”. Finally, they brought things to a close with the energetic Room on Fire track “Reptilia”, after which they left the stage and did not return for an encore.After such an exciting night, it was a surprise to look back at the setlist and see that it lacked many of The Strokes go-to live favorites, such as “Take it or Leave it”, “Last Night”, “New York City Cops”, “12:51”, “Is This It”, “Hard To Explain” and “Machu Picchu”.  One can only imagine what’s in store when The Strokes take the stage to headline their hometown Governor’s Ball this Friday, locked and loaded with a set full of classics on deck.Check out some videos from the show, courtesy of Megan S/YouTube!last_img read more

Venus in Boston, Playing Dead in L.A. & More Cross-Country Highlights for the New Year

first_img View Comments LOS ANGELES, CA A Magical New Year’s Scare Leave it to Teller (the silent half of Penn & Teller) and magician Todd Robbins to create a show billed as being “inappropriate for the faint of heart—or those under 18.” Play Dead, running through January 12 at the Geffen Playhouse’s Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater, combines storytelling, illusion and telepathy to explore the border between life and death. The description alone gives us chills! Happy New Year, everyone! We can’t think of a better way to ring in 2014 than with an evening at the theater—and luckily, there’s are plenty of exciting productions to choose from across the country. Check out our first Countrywide Guide of the year, featuring Momma Rose, life and death, S&M and more! BOSTON, MA A New Touch of Venus Catch the Tony-nominated play that The New York Times called “good, kinky fun” when David Ives’ Venus in Fur begins performances at the Huntington Theatre Company on January 3. Chris Kipiniak is cast as Thomas, a modern-day playwright/director who shares an erotically charged audition with a mysterious actress named Vanda (Andrea Syglowski). See them smolder through February 2. GLENCOE, IL Luck of the Irish—or Lack Thereof Playwright Conor McPherson is a poet of the everyday, and Port Authority centers on a trio of Dublin men from different generations delivering a series of monologues that trace their response to life’s challenges. Writers Theatre’s well-reviewed production of this 2001 drama continues through February 16. Don’t miss these tales well told. ARLINGTON, VA Let Them Entertain You It’s always a good time to see Gypsy, and one of the biggest stars of the DC theater scene, Sherri L. Edelen, will take on the titanic role of Momma Rose in Signature Theatre of Viginia’s revival. Joe Calarco directs a cast of Signature veterans in a production that was extended through January 26 even before previews began. As usual, everything’s coming up roses for this beloved musical. ROCHESTER, NY Step on the Gas John Cariani’s romantic comedy Almost, Maine ranks as one of America’s most produced plays. The actor-turned-playwright returns to the Maine woods with Last Gas, which centers on a single dad who manages the last convenience store before the Canadian border. See what happens when his old flame comes back to town at Geva Theatre Center in a production running from January 7 through February 2.last_img read more

Brazilian Police Take Over Dangerous Rio Favela

first_imgBy Dialogo October 16, 2012 Brazilian Marines and paramilitary police stormed one of Rio’s most notorious shantytowns, as the city cleans up ahead of the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympic Games. It took just 20 minutes for the security forces to take over the Manguinhos slum in the pre-dawn raid involving hundreds of police assisted by helicopters hovering overhead, and armored personnel carriers carrying 170 marines that plowed through road obstacles set up in the narrow streets. No shots were fired, but three people were arrested. Police said that five alleged drug crime bosses that had fled to a nearby favela were killed on October 13. Police also increased their presence in Jacarezinho, a nearby favela and major crack cocaine consumption center. Some 1,300 heavily armed police members participated in the operations, officials said. The two favelas, home to some 70,000 people, are located 10 kilometers from downtown Rio and are strongholds of the powerful Comando Vermelho (CV) drug gang. The operation is “another step toward peace, to reduce the number of homicides, car theft, and home break-ins,” said Rio de Janeiro State Governor Sergio Cabral. “The practical effect of this is measured by a more peaceful life for citizens,” Cabral said. Rio de Janeiro’s Security Secretary Jose Mariano Beltrame, hailed what he called a “major victory for society, for the people, for public service.” Around midday, the police raised the Brazilian flag in the Manguinhos town square and sang the national anthem, symbolically freeing the shantytown from the crime bosses. What follows now is “a meticulous search for drugs, weapons and the arrest of criminals,” said Rio Military Police spokesman Federico Caldas. Paramilitary police will keep the peace until a unit with agents especially trained to handle favela affairs arrives in December, Caldas said. Hundreds of police officers blocked entrances to Jacarezinho, but did not occupy the site. “The Military Police needs more time to occupy this area. What we will do is have a constant presence there,” Deputy Civil Police Chief Fernando Veloso told TV Globo News.last_img read more

5 states removed from New York quarantine list

first_imgAnyone traveling from these areas must quarantine for two weeks. The island of Guam was added to the list. The fives removed states are: Alaska, Arizona, Delaware, Maryland and Montana. Quarantine applies to any state with a positive test rate higher than 10 per 100,000 residents or a state with a 10 percent or higher positivity rate over a seven-day-rolling average. (WBNG) — New York State has removed five other states from its official quarantine list. Full list: AlabamaArkansasCaliforniaFloridaGeorgiaGuamHawaiiIowaIdahoIllinoisIndianaKansasKentuckyLouisianaMinnesotaMissouriMississippiNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaNebraskaNevadaOklahomaPuerto RicoSouth CarolinaSouth DakotaTennesseeTexasUtahVirginiaVirgin IslandsWisconsinlast_img read more

Narelle Henson: Traversing ‘trans’ arena tricky at best

first_imgStuff co.nz 2 June 2017Family First Comment: Another superb column by Narelle Henson – she really should replace Lizzie Marvelly in the Herald (although Narelle may make too much sense!)But regarding the tricky trans arena, Narelle succinctly says:“Of course, the only way to avoid the war is to hitch the bandwagon back to biological identity, and admit that feelings don’t tell the full story about any of us. But somewhere along the line biological identity became offensive. This means, of course, that we are all stuck on the bandwagon, and headed right for a battlezone.” If you’re wondering how headlines on transgender groups can make the news at the same time as headlines on gender-neutral school uniforms, you’re not alone.It seems obvious, really, that we can’t have a society in which both co-exist. After all, being gender-neutral means “not identified with any gender”. Transgender means “identifying with the opposite gender”. You can’t have no genders and be an opposite gender at the same time.This is just a sneak peek of the utter confusion into which the identity bandwagon is rapidly rolling us.Take, for example, the story of Rachel Dolezal, the woman who brought “transracial” into the public imagination. If your true sexual identity, or gender identity was based on feelings, she argued, then why not race?Rebecca Tuvel, a philosopher who wrote a paper in March arguing that very same point, was vehemently denounced by hundreds of fellow academics for – get this – “epistemic (thought) violence”. The controversy led to the eventual retraction of the paper, and got so big it now has its own Wikipedia page.Last year we were introduced to the idea of being “trans-species” by Nano, the woman who identifies as a cat. Luis Padron also used the term this year to explain his feelings about wanting to become an elf.READ MORE: http://www.stuff.co.nz/waikato-times/93261052/Narelle-Henson-Traversing-trans-arena-tricky-at-bestlast_img read more

F1: Monaco GP cancelled due to coronavirus, ending 65-year run

first_img Promoted Content8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthWorld’s Most Delicious Foods9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?11 Strange Facts About Your Favorite TV ShowsWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them8 Fascinating Facts About CoffeeWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayThe 18 Most Visited Cities In The WorldCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body? Loading… The iconic Monaco Formula One Grand Prix, a glittering fixture on the world motorsport calendar for 65 years, was cancelled Thursday, the latest event to fall victim to the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic.Advertisementcenter_img The race, due to be held in the Principality on May 24, was axed completely while the Grand Prix in the Netherlands and Spain were postponed.“The situation is no longer tenable,” said a statement by the Automobile Club de Monaco.“After careful consideration as to the gravity of this crisis worldwide, it is with great sadness that the board of directors has taken this decision.”It will be the first time since 1954 that there has not been a Monaco Grand Prix, part of motor racing’s fabled ‘Triple Crown’ which also includes the Le Mans 24 Hour Race and Indy 500.Winners of the celebrated race, which winds its way around the well-heeled streets of the millionaires’ playground on the Riviera, include legends such as Ayrton Senna, a six-time champion, and Michael Schumacher, victorious on five occasions.Lewis Hamilton won in Monaco in 2019 on his way to a sixth world title.The binning of the Monaco race and postponements in the Netherlands and Spain follow the cancellation of the season-opening Australian Grand Prix last week, and the postponement of the Chinese, Bahrain and Vietnam Grand Prix races.The Dutch GP, due to return to the calendar for the first time since 1985, was set to be held at Zandvoort on May 3, with the Spanish race following a week later.“Due to the ongoing and fluid nature of the COVID-19 situation globally, the FIA, Formula One and the three promoters have taken these decisions in order to ensure the health and safety of the travelling staff, championship participants and fans, which remains our primary concern,” a joint statement from F1 and the FIA read.The Dutch and Spanish organisers will study the viability of finding alternative dates to run their races later in the year.Formula 1 and the FIA expect to be able to begin the 2020 season “as soon as it’s safe to do so after May”, but will continue to monitor the situation.The earliest the new season can now start is on June 7 in Azerbaijan.Thursday’s announcement came just a day after the Le Mans 24 Hour Race, scheduled for June, was pushed back until September.In motorcycling, the season-opening Qatar MotoGP was axed while the Thai race was rescheduled to October.The United States MotoGP has also been moved from April to November leaving the season to start in Argentina on April 19.– 2022 for new regulations –Meanwhile, the FIA also said on Thursday the introduction of new technical regulations, due to take effect in the 2021 F1 season, will be postponed until 2022.“All parties (FIA, Formula 1 and teams) discussed the current situation of the 2020 championship and how the sport will react to the ongoing challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic,” said an FIA statement.“Due to the currently volatile financial situation this has created, it has been agreed that teams will use their 2020 chassis for 2021, with the potential freezing of further components to be discussed in due course.“The introduction and implementation of the financial regulations will go ahead as planned in 2021, and discussions remain ongoing between the FIA, Formula 1 and all teams regarding further ways to make significant cost savings.In October last year, FIA president Jean Todt said the new regulations would mean “F1 will be less complex and easier to understand” while making the sport “more durable and safer”.The planned spending cap will limit teams to $175 million per year.Currently, the giants of the paddock, Mercedes and Ferrari, have an annual budget of around $500 million.The sporting calendar has been turned upside down by the coronavirus outbreak, which has 217,510 cases with 9,020 deaths across 157 countries and territories as of 1100 GMT Thursday.Highlight: World champion Lewis Hamilton leads last year’s Monaco Grand PrixRead Also: NBA: Lakers and Sixers announce coronavirus positivesThe European football championships and Copa America have been both pushed back by 12 months to 2021.In tennis, the French Open has controversially been rescheduled to September/October while golf has shelved its opening two majors of 2020 – The Masters and USPGA Championship.However, the International Olympic Committee have so far pledged to carry on with the Tokyo Olympics, scheduled to run between July 24-August 9.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

Milan & South Ripley Volleyball Teams To Hold Fundraiser

first_imgThe Milan and South Ripley Volleyball programs were hoping you could help us get the word out about the 2nd Annual Emily Mathes Memorial Scholarship Volleyball game taking place on Monday, September 30th at South Ripley High School in Versailles.The Emily Mathes Scholarship Foundation FundraiserSubmitted by Milan Coach Terry Wullenweber.last_img

New matching program to address local railroad overpass issues

first_imgIndianapolis, in. — The Indiana Department of Transportation today announced the agency will make available at least $125 million for high-priority railroad safety projects on local roads statewide through the agency’s new “Local Trax” matching grant program.Local Trax provides state matching funds for Indiana cities, towns, and counties interested in pursuing high-priority railroad grade separations, crossing closures, and other safety enhancements at railroad intersections with local roads.“Much like Community Crossings, Local Trax is an innovative approach to infrastructure funding that creates a partnership between the state and communities willing to put skin in the game toward improving their local roads,” Governor Eric. J Holcomb said. “Eliminating at-grade rail crossings on local roads makes our transportation network safer, reduces congestion, and better connects our communities.”INDOT will begin accepting project proposals from local agencies in May. The application window will stay open until August 31 with the awarding funds expected to be announced in late summer. Local Trax requires local governments to provide only 20 percent of funding for land acquisition and construction with the state providing the other 80 percent.“Thanks to Governor Holcomb’s Next Level Roads plan and the support of state lawmakers, Indiana is able to invest in infrastructure, both highways and local roads, at levels not seen before in our state’s history,” INDOT Commissioner Joe McGuinness said. “Local Trax will direct needed funds to high priority local rail projects, enhancing mobility and livability in our communities.”The goal of Local Trax is to encourage partnership between the state, local governments, private businesses, and railroads to increase safety, improve mobility, and enhance the quality of life for Hoosiers.“The railroad industry is pleased to collaborate with state and local governments on this very important issue,” commented Kristin Bevil, President of the Indiana Railway Coalition. “This unique program furthers efforts to improve safety at railroad crossings, a matter the railroads take very seriously.”Funding authorization for Local Trax was granted in HEA1002-2017, the long-term, sustainable road funding plan passed by the Indiana General Assembly and signed by Governor Holcomb in April 2017.INDOT will hold a series of meetings around the state later this month for local officials to present program details and requirements and answer questions.Monday, April 9: 1 p.m. INDOT Greenfield District Office, 32 S. Broadway Street, Greenfield, IN 46140Wednesday, April 11: 1 p.m. INDOT Crawfordsville District Office, 41 West 300 North, Crawfordsville IN 47933Friday, April 13: 1 p.m. INDOT Seymour District Office, 185 Agrico Lane, Seymour, IN 47274Monday, April 16: 1 p.m. Central INDOT LaPorte District Office, 315 E. Boyd Blvd, LaPorte, IN 46350Wednesday, April 18: 1 p.m. INDOT Fort Wayne District Office, 5333 Hatfield Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46808Friday, April 20: 1 p.m. INDOT Vincennes District Office, 3650 South U.S. 41, Vincennes, IN 47591Email localtrax@indot.in.gov to reserve your seat.More information about Local Trax is online here.last_img read more

Costly Riveria Beach Computer Glitch Will Take Weeks to Fix

first_imgThe fix for the citywide computer outage in Riviera Beach is going to take weeks and will cost a million bucks, according to the city’s interim IT director.Riviera Beach city council members approved funding to pay for a fix. The IT guy says it will take two to three weeks to completely fix and insure, and will cost over $1 million.The Riviera Beach police department, fire department and administration has been affected but police are able to receive 911 calls.$1 million to fix, replace compromised equipment after Riviera Beach cyber ‘intrusion’ https://t.co/TPLaCkA7P8 via @AndrewLofholm— WPTV (@WPTV) June 4, 2019last_img read more

Lady Mariners lose two to Thomas

first_img State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 Latest Posts admin This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text Latest posts by admin (see all) The Lady Mariners dropped two games to the Thomas College Terriers on Wednesday, as they lost 9-1 and 9-4 in a North Atlantic Conference double header at Ritchie Field. The Lady Mariners drop to 2-9 on the year and 0-2 in the NAC, while the Terriers improve to 4-6 and 2-0 in the NAC.Maine Maritime got 3 hits from Megan Russell (Peru, ME) and 2 from Nicole Poland (Damariscotta, ME) but it wasn’t enough as the Lady Mariners stranded 7 runners en route to the loss. Mallery Stanley (Standish, ME) gave up 10 hits and 7 walks, taking the loss for MMA. The Mariner defense was hampered by 6 errors in the final two innings.In the second game, Thomas collected 11 hits and had 11 walks on their way to the 9-4 victory. Thomas scored 4 runs in the top of the 1st inning, but MMA answered with 4 of their own in the bottom of the 2nd to tie the game. The Terriers scored 3 times in the 4th, taking advantage of 5 MMA walks, and finished off the game in the 7th with 2 more runs to put the Lady Mariners out of reach.For complete story, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. Bio Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014last_img read more