Colorado’s SunSquabi has been blowing up in recent years, with the trio solidly placed at the center of the live electro-funk scene. The band—composed of Chris Anderson (drums), Josh Fairman (bass/synth), and Kevin Donohue (guitar/keys/production)—has had a huge year already, releasing a brand new EP, Deluxe, in April and gaining fans nationwide at festivals like Summer Camp, Electric Forest, and Camp Bisco. However, at its heart, the group is a Colorado staple, and today, the band announced that they would be showing their home state some major love.SunSquabi Shares Video Of Jason Hann Sit-In From Texas PerformanceOn November 11th, SunSquabi will take over the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver for a hometown throwdown of giant proportions, which will also double as the group’s largest headlining performance to date. The show presented by GRiZ’s All Good Records will also tap New Orleans’ The Russ Liquid Test, Brooklyn’s Escort (live band), and Canada’s Defunk, in addition to tweener sets presented by Flamingosis, ensuring a non-stop dance party that runs late into the night.Papadosio And Sunsquabi Take Over Red Rocks For Re:Creation [Photos/Pro-Shot Video]As TUNES Ambassadors for the Oskar Blues CAN’d Aid Foundation, SunSquabi works with the Colorado brewery by supporting local public school music programs through musical workshops and instrument donations. As an added bonus, the trio will donate $1 from all tickets sold for this show to this worthy cause. Check out more about SunSquabi here, and don’t forget to snag tickets for this must-see show here, with tickets going on-sale today at 12 pm (MST).[Photo: Silky Shots]
By Dialogo October 15, 2009 Fourteen films, thirteen from Latin America and one from Spain, are competing for the top prize at the XXIVth Latin American Film Festival in the Italian city of Trieste, where a prize will also be given for the first time to the work that best promotes coexistence among peoples. The fourteen productions that make up the list of films in competition at the Festival are among more than 160 films that will be shown from 24 October to 1 November at the event, which annually provides Latin America’s largest cinematic showcase in Europe, as its artistic director, Rodrigo Díaz, explained to EFE. “The Trieste Festival is back for another year to show Latin American works that will have their Italian, and in some cases European, premieres. The big new thing this year is the Falklands Prize for the film that best promotes coexistence among peoples and international law,” Díaz explained. This prize, instituted in collaboration with the Argentine Ministries of Justice and Culture and the Argentine Film Institute (INCAA), is the great novelty of a festival with a significant tradition already behind it and in which this time a Spanish film is participating in the official competition, “Hoy no se fía, mañana sí” [Forever Waiting], by Francisco Avizanda. The other competitors include the Argentine films “Homo viator,” by Miguel Mato, “Andrés no quiere dormir la siesta” [Andrés Doesn’t Want to Take a Nap], by Daniel Bustamante, “Días de mayo” [Days of May], by Gustavo Postiglione, and “Desplazamientos” [Displacements], by Pedro Stocki. The Bolivian film “Cementerio de los elefantes” [Elephant Cemetery], by Tonchy Antezana, the Brazilian film “E probido fumar” [No Smoking], by Anna Muylaert, the Chilean films “El regalo” [The Gift], by Cristián Galaz and Andrea Ugalde, and “Grado 3” [Grade 3], by Roberto Artiagotía, and the Colombian films “Nochebuena” [Christmas Eve], by Camila Loboguerrero, and “Yo soy otro” [Others], by Óscar Campo Hurtado, are also participating in the official section. The list is rounded out by the Mexican films “A través del silencio” [Through the Silence], by Marcel Sisniega, and “Morenita,” by Alan Jonsson Gavica, along with the Dominican film “Hermafrodita” [Hermaphrodite], by Albert Xavier, one of the films that will receive its European premiere in Trieste. Once the competition is over, all these titles, which will be judged by a jury including Spanish producer Jaime Boix and Brazilian Antonio Urano, among others, will be shown in theaters in Rome, Milan, Padua, and Verona. In addition to the official section, this year’s Trieste Latin American Film Festival will pay tribute to the Brazilian filmmaker of Italian origin Rogério Sganzerla (1946-2004) with a retrospective in which twelve of his works will be shown and with the posthumous award of the Oriundi Prize, which promotes the memory of Italian immigration in Latin America. More than seventy works, including full-length films and shorts, showing various aspects of Latin American culture, art, and society will be shown in the “Contemporary” section. The XXIVth Festival will also include a retrospective dedicated to the bicentennial of the beginning of the independence of the peoples of Latin America from Spain, which will be commemorated next year.
51 Views one comment Share Education Minister Hon. Petter Saint JeanMinister of Education, Petter Saint Jean is describing the strides made by the Dominica Labour Party (DLP) in the education sector as ‘a new day’ for the youth of Dominica.The Education Minister told a recent meeting of the DLP in Vieille Case that this constituency is just one of many constituencies that continue to benefit from the advances made in the education sector.According to him, hundreds of students now have access to various educational opportunities locally, regionally and internationally.He says government’s focus on the education sector is in keeping with their mandate to maintain an effective workforce, to ensure the countries continued economical and social development.“Roosevelt Skerrit and the Dominica Labour Party represents a new day for the people of Dominica. It’s also a new day for every young person of Dominica. A day when the young people of Dominica can now access free high school education; a day when the disadvantaged families of Dominica do not have to think of where they will get two hundred dollars to pay bus fair, a new day for the people of Dominica when our young people by the hundreds can now access tertiary education in every country under the sun. When our young people can now sit and wait for the new Dominica State College”. Meanwhile the Prime Minister of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit told party supporters that while government is now concentrating on infrastructural development, improvements in health services and housing for citizens, focus will continue to be placed on the education sector.“Today every single child has a space at a secondary school. We have made available universal access for school students; we are providing books, uniforms, school and bus fees for many students today. Free transportation for every child in many constituencies whether they are freedom or labour or workers own, it’s for every single child”. He pointed out that aid to students in Dominica is not marginalized by religion, political affiliation or race.Dominica Vibes News Tweet Share Share EducationLocalNewsPrimarySecondaryTertiary Educational advances described as a new day for our young people by: – January 18, 2012 Sharing is caring!
Pelicans confirm Anthony Davis won’t play before trade deadline The Knicks, despite the worst record in the league, are the most valuable NBA franchise, according to Forbes’ annual list released Wednesday.The franchise is valued at $4 billion, with the Lakers coming in second with a net worth of $3.7 billion. In comparison, the Lakers’ net worth jumped up 12 percent. Rounding out the top five are the Warriors ($3.5 billion), Bulls ($2.9 billion) and Celtics ($2.8 billion).Forbes cited the Knicks’ $1 billion in renovations to Madison Square Garden that was completed in 2013 as a huge source of revenue for the team. According to the report, that helped the Knicks’ value jump 11 percent from the previous year’s assessment. Related News Intrigue with and interest in the Knicks (10-43 this season) could jump again after they traded injured star Kristaps Porzingis with Tim Hardaway Jr. and Courtney Lee to the Mavericks in a huge trade last week that got them Dennis Smith Jr., DeAndre Jordan and Wesley Matthews.Some speculate the move positions the Knicks to acquire not one but two big-ticket free agents this offseason, such as Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving.According to Forbes’ report Wednesday, the average NBA team is worth $1.9 billion, up 13 percent from last year.