Orgōne Drops Latest Single ‘P.C.H’ with Jesse Wagner of The Aggrolites [Listen]

first_imgLos Angeles’ own Orgōne has always thrived on embracing the old-school West Coast soul vibe of the 60’s and 70’s, and their latest single “P.C.H.” which features Jesse Wagner, lead singer of The Aggrolites, keeps in that tradition. The track is a throwback to that era, full of smooth harmonies, soul, and plenty of groove.The California soul-rockers with plenty of funk and afrobeat to keep your body moving, are getting ready to release their latest 45″ this Friday, via Colemine Records, which can be ordered here. Orgōne will hit the road moving up and down the Pacific coast beginning on Jan. 25th, and are scheduled to play with Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, the Monophonics, as they make their way down to Mexico for Widespread Panic‘s Panic en la Playa in late-February (check a full list of tour dates here).  Take a listen to “P.C.H” below:Orgōne – “P.C.H.” feat. Jesse Wagner of The Aggrolites:last_img read more

Black Princess set for final hurdle against Ethiopia

first_imgVenue: Baba Yara Stadium Kickoff: 3:00 pm The Black Princesses will host Ethiopia in the second leg match of the 2016 FIFA U-20 World Cup final qualifying match to be played at the Baba Yara Stadium today.Ghana held their Ethiopian counterparts to a 2-2 draw in the first leg match played in Addis Ababa a fortnight ago with goals coming from Kate Addo and an own goal from Ethopian Hassabi Muso The team have pitched camp in Kumasi sinceTuesday and played a friendly game as part of their preparations towards the game.The winner of today’s tie will qualify for the World Cup to be held in Papua New Guinea next year. Ghana beat Equatorial Guinea in the second round to reach this stage with striker Jane Ayieyam leading Ghana’s scoring chart with three goals.last_img

Manager charged for assaulting wife

first_imgA manager found himself before the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts after he reportedly assaulted his wife.Paul Gittens admitted that he assaulted Alesia Gittens on June 24, 2018 at Prashad Nagar, Georgetown.According to reports, on the day in question, the defendant was demanding the keys to his home after he and the Virtual Complainant (VC) encountered issues, but was refused.As such, he reportedly became angry and a scuffle ensued between the couple during which the defendant reportedly dealt the VC several blows to the body.He was later arrested and charged with the offence. When questioned, the defendant told Magistrate Fabayo Azore that it was a complicated situation.He was fined $10,000 with an alternative sentence of 14 days in prison.last_img

Track & Field Completes Action At The Holiday Inn Invite

first_img60-Meter Hurdles (Final)1. Mary Young, 8.496. Victoria Coombe, 9.11 60 Meters (Prelims)4. Mary Young, 7.8113. Mariah Crawford, 7.9616. Ebele Okoye, 8.07 400 Meters1. Rai Ahmed-Green, 56.5011. Mariah Crawford, 59.5613. Ebele Okoye, 1:00.68 LINCOLN, Neb. – The Drake University track and field teams recorded more strong individual performances on Saturday during the final day of competition at the Holiday Inn Invite, hosted by the University of Nebraska. The men’s team was led by Bas Van Leersum (Zandaam, The Netherlands) with a third-place finish of 48.29 in the 400 meters. Van Leersum also ran the anchor leg on the Bulldogs’ fifth-place 4×400-meter relay team that finished in 3:21.36. “Bas has been putting in some fast practice times and it’s great to see the results of that,” Bennett added. “He has some big goals, so we are just taking it week by week in order to hit those goals. We had a plan to come in and shoot for 48.5. So, for him to run 48.2 shows he’s ahead of schedule.”In the field events, Johnathan Osifuye (Woodbury, Minn.) was just shy of his personal best in the triple jump with a fifth-place jump of 48-0.5. Taryn Rolle (Nassau, The Bahamas) had similar success in the women’s triple jump by finishing third with a leap of 39-6. Complete Results (PDF) 4×400-Meter Relay5. Priebe, Barrow, Lombardi, Van Leersum, 3:21.36 The Bulldogs continue their indoor season on Jan. 20 at the Tiger Invite, hosted by the University of Missouri. 400 Meters3. Bas Van Leersum, 48.2924. Hudson Priebe, 53.08 Drake Individual Men’s Results60 Meters12. Demetrius Shelton, 7.0519. Deonne Witherspoon, 7.09 Distance Medley Relay4. Yeager, Cozine, Webb, Fischer, 10:15.41 Drake Individual Women’s Results60 Meters (Final)4. Mary Young, 7.81 60-Meter Hurdles10. Dominic Lombardi, 8.5212. Hudson Priebe, 8.55 Triple Jump5. Johnathan Osifuye, 48-0.5  Distance Medley Relay8. Cole, Lang, Nicholson, Garcia, 13:03.59 60-Meter Hurdles (Prelims)1. Mary Young, 8.624. Victoria Coombe, 9.1728. Bryce Lang, 10.03 The Bulldogs got 10 top-five performances against a strong field that included competitors from the likes of Nebraska and Oklahoma State in their first competition since early December.”Coming off of a long winter break and having great performances at our December meet,” said co-interim head coach LaRon Bennett. “I was anxious to see where our fitness level was as a team and I was satisfied with how our team competed, especially our freshman. To come off a break and to have a big meet like Nebraska be your first meet back can be overwhelming, but the team showed great maturity in handling that pressure.”Mary Young (Urbandale, Iowa) and Rai Ahmed-Green (Irvine, Calif.) led the women’s team with a pair of first-place finishes. Young equaled her personal best to win the 60-meter hurdles in 8.49 while Ahmed-Green won the 400 meters in 56.50. Young also finished fourth in the 60 meters in 7.81 while Ahmed-Green narrowly missed her person best in finishing third in the 200 meters in 25.14.”Mary started us off with a personal best in the preliminary heats of the 60 meters, then she followed that up with a 8.49 in the hurdles and really lead the way for the team this week,” Bennett said. “Rai also had a great showing in the 200 with her 25.14. She had some great practices this week, so it was great to see her hard work pay off.”In addition to their individual successes, Young and Ahmed-Green teamed up to lead off the Bulldogs’ second-place 4×400-meter relay that finished in 3:50.61, the seventh-fastest time in school history. Triple Jump3. Taryn Rolle, 39-6 200 Meters3. Rai Ahmed-Green, 25.1418. Kaylen Rettig, 26.54 Story Links Shot Put10. Ryan Lemke, 41-8 600 Meters7. Meghan Kearney, 1:38.668. Kayla Guiliano, 1:39.17 200 Meters6. Caulin Graves, 22.18 4×400-Meter Relay2. Ahmed-Green, Young, Crawford, Okoye, 3:50.61  Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

Where does Alfonzo McKinnie rank among Warriors’ greatest finds?

first_imgEleven games does not an NBA career make. And no one believes the crazy launch angle on Alfonzo McKinnie’s career path is sustainable.But if he becomes nothing more than what he is today, a trusted part of coach Steve Kerr’s rotation, the Warriors have struck gold. Again.We are tempted to believe the 6-foot-8 McKinnie could some day find himself high among a long list of under-the-radar discoveries in Warriors history (list below). How did we get here?Three years ago, he was …last_img

Dieter’s NFL betting guide: In-depth analysis and picks of every Week 1 game

first_imgNot only do the Vikings play better at home, but they also return 10 of 11 defensive starters and are going … Each Friday morning, I’m going to post my bets for the week. You’ll get a spread pick on every game, as well as the best totals and money-line plays available at the time of publishing.All lines are via MyBookie.AG.Now let’s make some cash.Week One(0-0 on the season)Atlanta at Minnesota (-4)This might be underpriced for the Vikings, so get in if you can at minus-4.last_img

Expert Labs: Can an Outside Incubator Turn Government Tech-Savvy?

first_imgLong-time blogger and tech executive Anil Dash announced today at the Web 2.0 Expo New York that he’s leaving publishing software company SixApart and will head a new technology incubator called Expert Labs. Expert Labs will be dedicated to connecting technology innovators ready to build tools with government officials who can put those tools to use in the public interest. It’s a vision that differs from what some other technologists are focused on with regards to the government.Dash is best known as a blogger for his articles like this 2007 explanation of LOLCat grammatical structure and this 2009 explanation of the real-time web. Can the man who’s explained so much to the rest of us help the US government adopt new online technology? That’s quite a task. The organization’s website reads in part as follows:Expert Labs is non-profit and non-partisan but we’re moving with the speed and passion of true believers. We’re providing funding and resources to help create some of the coolest new technology on the web, and as part of the largest general scientific society in the world, we have access to the smartest minds around. Put those together with your help, and we’ll be making our country better in no time.Expert Labs will be a part of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and funded by the MacArthur Foundation, Caroline McCarthy reports at Cnet.Dash wrote this Summer that “I think the most promising new startup of 2009 is one of the least likely: The executive branch of the federal government of the United States.” We’ve been far more critical here at ReadWriteWeb of the Obama Administration’s efforts. The much anticipated, for example, was so unexciting in its implementation that watchdog group the Sunlight Foundation launched a competitor to it.The web changes very fast and government tends to change very, very slowly.Dash’s Vision Appears Different From Tim O’Reilly’sThe organization will aim to facilitate production of applications to serve government. Those apps will be cloud-based. This is a different kind of approach, I’d say, than the one that Web 2.0 Expo founder Tim O’Reilly is taking in trying to build a “government as a platform.” Expert Labs says it has “a mandate to help policy makers in the U.S. Federal Government tap into the expertise of their fellow citizens.”O’Reilly, on the other hand, advocates a “government as platform” that would supply raw digital data and other forms of support for private sector innovators to build on top of. “How do you think like a platform provider?” O’Reilly asked in an interview with us this Summer.“We’ve moved our government from a lean vehicle for collective action, and over the last 200 years it has become so strong that it’s now 40% of GDP. I want to go back to the original vision of the role of government: a convener of things that we as individuals and companies can’t do alone. Standard setting, pilot programs; government providing enabling technologies for citizens to serve themselves.”Dash’s incubator will help technologists help the government; O’Reilly’s vision is to help the government help technologists. These two visions may be complimentary, but they certainly seem different. Which will be more effective at changing the world? Government can be a slow enough mover that it’s hard to say. Both are thought provoking, but neither vision will be easy to make real.Photo graciously licensed as Creative Commons by Joi Ito. marshall kirkpatrick A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Tags:#news#politics#web center_img Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic…last_img read more

McGregor backers: Mayweather fight is no sideshow

first_imgEthel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ “Keep doubting us. We love it,” McGregor’s agent, Audie Attar, said in an interview Friday with Sports News Television. “The human element of sport is that anything can happen.”Mayweather, who retired in 2015 after winning all his 49 professional fights as a boxer, is back in training at age 40 after accepting an offer he couldn’t refuse from the mixed martial arts fighter who has never had a pro boxing fight.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“These are two world-class combat sport athletes,” Attar said. “Yes they come from different disciplines. Yes there are going to be different rules, so it’s going to be confined within those set of rules and we understand that. But I don’t think you can take away from (McGregor’s) ability, his power, his reach, his … all these different attributes that I think he will bring to the table.”Las Vegas oddsmakers immediately made Mayweather an 11-1 favorite when the fight — scheduled for 12 rounds in Las Vegas at 154 pounds in a boxing ring and under boxing rules — was announced. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. WATCH: Firefighters rescue baby seal found in parking garage Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next McGregor, the wildly popular UFC star, is 21-3 in UFC fights, and is coming off a win in November against Eddie Alvarez. Although he hasn’t boxed professionally, McGregor did box while growing up and is known for his striking expertise.“Floyd’s been an amazing tactician in term of his quickness, his ability to get in there, his ability to elude punches,” Attar said. “But I think on Aug. 26, I’m bullish on the idea that that’s going to change and he is going to meet someone that is going to have the physical attributes that will potentially catch him and be that one, 49-1.”Attar said Mayweather was arguably the greatest boxer of all time, “but there’s some things that he hasn’t faced before and Conor brings those … unique differentiation attributes and strategies.“Both of their styles will cause them to engage differently than Floyd’s other competitors before Conor. And in my opinion, that’s going to yield a different result.“I’m more confident on the idea that we’re gonna be that one. 49 and one.”ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES World’s 50 Best Restaurants launches new drinking and dining guide Pinoy windsurfers bag gold in RS: One World Championships in Vietnam Heart Evangelista admits she’s pregnant… with chickencenter_img Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games FILE – In this Nov. 11, 2016, file photo, Conor McGregor stands on a scale during the weigh-in event for his fight against Eddie Alvarez in UFC 205 mixed martial arts at Madison Square Garden in New York. Boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. said Wednesday, June 14, 2017, he will come out of retirement to face UFC star Conor McGregor in a boxing match on Aug. 26. Mayweather, who retired in September 2015 after winning all 49 of his pro fights, will face a mixed martial arts fighter who has never been in a scheduled 12-round fight at the MGM Grand arena. The fight will take place in a boxing ring and be governed by boxing rules. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez, File)SINGAPORE — Conor McGregor’s fight against Floyd Mayweather Jr. on Aug. 26 has been described by critics as a novelty and a sideshow, among other things.McGregor’s camp doesn’t care what it’s called, promising only that it’ll be a contest.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Heart Evangelista admits she’s pregnant… with chicken What ‘missteps’? 1 dead in Cavite blast, fire View commentslast_img read more