This past January, Jam Cruise 15 set sail out of Miami to cruise around the Carribean, with some of the biggest names in live music aboard and ready to get down. While Vulfpeck was originally slated to perform on the boat, when a scheduling change forced the band to back out, Vermont’s Twiddle was tagged in. During Twiddle’s set on January 21st, the Vermont quartet invited moe.’s Al Schnier to sit-in during a rendition of the perennial fan favorite “Mamunes The Faun.” moe. then returned the favor, with Mihali Savoulidis tagging in during a cover of the Rolling Stones’ “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking” along with Dumpstaphunk’s Ivan Neville. New pro-shot footage from the moe. and frends collaboration on January 23rd is here. As the set closer, it was a climatic end to moe.’s performance on Jam Cruise, which saw both Savoulidis and Neville take huge solos to bring the show to its timely peak.Jam Cruise Releases Pro-Shot Video Of moe.’s Al Schnier’s Sit-In With Twiddle For “Mamunes”The magical musical experience that is Jam Cruise will be setting sails next January, when Jam Cruise 16 takes over the Norwegian Jade from January 17th through 22nd. After it embarks from Miami, Florida, the cruise will round through Roatan, Honduras, and Grand Cayman during its weeklong circuit.As always, the lineup for the near week-long event is stacked, with Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood topping the bill. You can check out the almost-twelve minute video of moe. performing “Can’t You Hear Me Knockin’” with Ivan Neville and Mihali Savoulidis below, courtesy of TourGigs. The video is sure to get you stoked for next year’s Jam Cruise, which is bound to have similarly all-star collaborations across its trip. You can check out this year’s massive Jam Cruise lineup here, and get more information about the event on its website here. [Photo: Phierce Photo]
As the autumnal weather commandeered the future weather reports, a chilly ocean breeze swept through the crowd waiting patiently for Modest Mouse to play the final show of the infamous Stone Pony’s outdoor “Summerstage”. Only a block from Asbury Park’s beach, hundreds came out and filled in the venue’s standing room–only space as the opening band Tropical Fuck Storm took the stage. Vendors dished out sausage and peppers on a fresh rolls as well as cold beers to the awaiting crowd.Just after 8 p.m., Modest Mouse took the stage to play one elongated set and returned to play a lengthy encore of five songs. The lineup had undergone many changes through the years, and the stage was packed with many multi-instrumentalists including founding member Isaac Brock on lead vocals, guitars, and banjo; Jeremiah Green on drums and percussion; Tom Peloso on upright bass, horns, keyboards, bass, and fiddle; Jim Fairchild on guitars, pump organ, banjo, and ukulele; Russell Higbee on bass guitar and pump organ; Lisa Molinaro on viola, bass, and keyboards; Ben Massarella on percussive effects; and Davey Brozowski on keyboard and percussion. Nearly all musicians on stage contributed toward the unique vocal blend, with Isaac Brock and Lisa Molinaro standing out vocally. Brock presented his witty lyrics in his casual, non-traditional vocal style, which kept the audience mesmerized.To open the long first set, Isaac led the band through “3rd Planet” from The Moon & Antartica, which featured isolated guitar riffs picking up steam into a percussive breakdown. The rare “Night on the Sun” from 2001’s Everywhere and His Nasty Parlour Tricks preceded “Sugar Boats” from their most recent release Strangers to Ourselves. Building off the momentum, Modest Mouse dusted off their first single from We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank with “Dashboard” before returning to their latest album with an electrifying cut of “The Tortoise and the Tourist” with distortion, reverb effects, and quick-spitted lyrics.The tempo cooled off for a nasty version of “Grey Ice Water” from the band’s 2000 album, Building Nothing Out of Something, which stood out with its extended, jammed-out, and psychedelic closing riff. Isaac Brock traded his guitar for a banjo for “Satin in a Coffin” from Good News for People Who Love Bad News and “King Rat” from No One’s First and You’re Next. Modest Mouse remained on the same album for the following bass-heavy groove of “Whale Song”. A solid performance of “Float On” came next, which was the track that broke them through to commercial success and garnered time on radio stations across the globe. Returning to Building Nothing out of Something, the band aced the slow and ponderous track “Broke” before finishing the set with “Ocean Breathes Salty”, another single from Good News for People Who Love Bad News.“Float On”[Video: javier alvizar]“Broke”[Video: Kyle54106]A lengthy encore consisting of five songs ended the night as well as the season for the Stone Pony’s Summerstage. Beginning with tracks from their latest album Strangers to Ourselves, Modest Mouse played “Shit in Your Cut” and “Pups to Dust”. Returning to The Moon & Antartica (taken from the newspaper headline in the opening scene of Blade Runner), Modest Mouse danced through a frantic “Paper Thin Walls” before touching upon a brutally honest “The Good Times are Killing Me”. To end the entire evening, Modest Mouse destroyed an explosive version of the rarely played “Shit Luck”, also the only track from Lonesome, Crowded West played.Encore[Video: rdeal1999]With that performance, the outside stage began to be dissembled until the warm weather rolls in for 2019. Modest Mouse plays shows at Sands Bethlehem Event Center in Bethlehem, PA, tonight followed by a show at the Palace Theater in Albany, NY, on Sunday. To see the full tour, head to the group’s website here.Setlist: Modest Mouse | Stone Pony Summerstage | Asbury Park, NJ | 10/13/2018Set: 3rd Planet, Night on the Sun, Sugar Boats, Dashboard, The Tortoise and the Tourist, Grey Ice Water, Satin in a Coffin, King Rat, The Whale Song, Float On, Broke, Ocean Breathes SaltyEncore: Shit in Your Cut, Pups to Dust, Paper Thin Walls, The Good Times Are Killing Me, Shit Luck
ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » NCUA headquarters The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals issued an opinion today upholding almost all portions of the NCUA’s field of membership (FOM) rule, which had been challenged by American Bankers Association.“Today’s opinion by the D.C. Court of Appeals is a resounding victory for credit unions, their members, and communities across the country,” said CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle. “That the court has recognized the benefits of an expanded field of membership speaks to the important role credit unions play in advancing financial inclusion. This is the second major recent legal victory for credit unions in the face of ill-conceived bank attacks, and speaks to the power of cooperation between CUNA, NAFCU, and CUNA Mutual Group.”In today’s ruling, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a previous opinion by U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, thereby allowing allowing credit unions to serve Combined Statistical Areas of up to 2.5 million people and rural districts with up to 1 million people. The circuit court left intact the lower court’s holding that allowed credit unions to serve adjacent areas, but asked the NCUA to provide additional explanation for the removal of a requirement to serve the “core” of a Core-Based Statistical Area, which NCUA should be able to remedy by providing additional information to the District Court.
Associated Press Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditMarch 151869 — The Cincinnati Red Stockings, the first pro baseball team, is organized by George Ellard and Harry Wright.1940 — Colorado, led by Bob Doll’s 15 points, beats Duquesne 51-40 for the NIT championship. AP Sportlight March 14, 2020 1985 — Larry Holmes scores a 10th-round knockout of David Bey in Las Vegas to retain the world heavyweight title.1987 — Don Pooley aces the 192-yard 17th hole at the Bay Hill Classic in Orlando and wins $1 million. Pooley receives half and the other half is donated to the Arnold Palmer Children’s Hospital.1997 — North Carolina’s Dean Smith becomes the career victory leader when the Tar Heels beat Colorado 73-56. Smith, with 877 victories, passes Kentucky coaching legend Adolph Rupp.2001 — The NCAA men’s basketball tournament opens with a series of close calls and upsets, with 15th-seeded Hampton beating second-seeded Iowa State 58-57 in the biggest surprise of the day.2004 — Alexander Mogilny has three assists in Toronto’s 6-5 overtime victory at Buffalo, becoming the second Russian to reach the NHL’s 1,000-point plateau. 2008 — Georgia Southern sets an NCAA record for all Divisions, hitting 14 home runs in a 26-8 win over Columbia. In all, 12 different Eagles hit a home run.2009 — Detroit beats Columbus 4-0 to become the first team in NHL history to top 100 points in nine straight seasons. The Stanley Cup champion Red Wings, the NHL leader with 101 points, break a tie with Montreal (1974-75 through 1981-82).,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6
Facebook Twitter Google+ The game seemed headed for disaster. Three Syracuse big men had fouled out. Inexperienced 7-footer Jesse Edwards was the only forward on the floor. Syracuse’s lead over Wake Forest was dwindling, and a looming overtime period didn’t bode well for the undermanned SU group. But then Brycen Goodine gave SU perhaps its best moment of the season.Goodine’s game-winning layup was the freshman’s first points of the game, and they came at the game’s largest moment.Here’s a breakdown of Goodine’s game-winner in Syracuse’s 75-73 win over Wake Forest, a shot that very well might have kept SU’s tournament hopes alive.The 3-pointerAdvertisementThis is placeholder textWake Forest was down by just three points with a small difference between the shot clock and game clock. The Demon Deacons would take the first long range shot they got, so SU shifted its defense forward a few steps, something it’s done several times this season. The result was a 3-2 zone resemblance as opposed to its normal 2-3 look. Buddy Boeheim denied a pass from the wing to the corner, and Edwards crept up next to him.That simultaneous rotation on the strong side put Syracuse in a good position to trap if the ball ended up in the corner. SU left the backdoor cut open, but that wouldn’t give Wake Forest the points needed to prolong the game. So, though it was deep, Wake Forest’s Ismael Massoud took the best shot available. Goodine leapt forward, seemingly not expecting a shot, but still had a strong contest. The shot still fell.The setupThe ball was going to Elijah Hughes the whole time. Buddy was the second option if the Demon Deacons trapped Hughes near the 3-point line. Buddy and Goodine camped on the elbow-extended and in the corner, respectively. They were wide enough to open a right-handed driving lane for Hughes. Joe Girard III was the third option on a kick-out pass if the lane to the rim was cut off by the ball-denying defender to the left of Hughes.The shotHughes never looked to pass the ball, so he waited to see Wake Forest’s defensive approach and fired a contested 3-pointer when no double team came. On the wing, Goodine crashed but mistimed his jump, expecting Hughes to air-ball. It instead crashed off the front rim and then the backboard. Because of Edwards’ height, all three Wake Forest defenders positioned down low pushed him away from the rim.Goodine just watched the ball, as did the other three SU players on the perimeter. The ball tipped in the direction of Edwards and the WFU trio. Edwards battled with his left arm to create space and deflected away the ball with his right hand.The winnerGoodine’s momentum took him out of the previous play, so when Edwards’ tip sailed near the sideline he was in perfect position. In what was seemingly a reflex, Goodine reached out with his left hand, gathered and went up with two hands. The first Wake Forest defender to arrive swiped, but Goodine had already angled toward the basket. He hung in the air briefly, but since Wake Forest had been pushed back by Edwards it didn’t recover in time. Goodine laid the ball off the glass, bouncing around but ultimately falling through. Syracuse and the crowd erupted. The Orange, still tense, sprinted back on defense. All videos courtesy of ESPN Comments Published on February 10, 2020 at 10:37 pm Contact Michael: [email protected] | @MikeJMcCleary
THEY haven’t really stopped celebrating in Mountcharles all week after St Naul’s won the Intermediate Championship last weekend.And one fan has come up with an excellent slideshow…taking in some of those celebrations. Click to watch.DONEGALDAILY.COM – DONEGAL’S BIGGEST AND BEST NEWS WEBSITE……GIVING YOU THE NEWS NOW!ADVERTISE FOR JUST €3..click www.donegaldailyclassifieds.comDDTV VIDEO: RELIVE THE ST NAUL’S INTERMEDIATE CHAMPIONSHIP WIN was last modified: October 20th, 2011 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:DDTV VIDEO: RELIVE THE ST NAUL’S INTERMEDIATE CHAMPIONSHIP WINMOUNTCHARLES