Pinterest By admin – April 20, 2018 Twitter Wild West Showdown Facebook Local News WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Previous article‘The Bottom Line’ coming upNext articleLocal church paints homes admin Pinterest St. Mary’s logo WhatsApp St. Mary’s Central Catholic SchoolSt. Mary’s Central Catholic School has scheduled a Wild West Showdown featuring Fun Pianos “Dueling Pianos” from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday at the Odessa Country Club, 1 Fairway Drive.Gold sponsorship tables are $5,000 and silver sponsorship tables are $1,000 each.Individual tickets will also be available for $50 each. Admission for silver sponsorship and standard tickets will begin at 8 p.m. Call 337-6052 or email [email protected]
[Audio: edmund.edwards] Setlist: Twiddle | House of Blues | Boston, MA | 12/31/2018Set One: River Drift, Jamflowman > Frankenfoote, Lost in the Cold, Beat It* (Michael Jackson cover), Hatti’s Jam > When It Rains It Pours*Set Two: Enter > Orlando’s, Polluted Beauty* > Auld Lang syne > Burning Down the House*^ (Talking Heads cover), Apples, Beethoven and GreeneEncore: Juggernaut* w/Chris Houser^ w/Rob Chafin Twiddle was one of the many notable jam bands who set up shop in a select city for a multi-show run in celebration of New Year’s Eve 2019 over the holiday weekend. The band chose to stick close to their New England headquarters with two nights of shows in Boston, as they first played the Paradise Rock Club on December 30th, followed by a performance at the House of Blues Boston for New Year’s Eve. The latter show featured a wonderful lighting and musical performance from the veteran jam band, who also treated fans to some special guest appearances, as the packed venue grooved its way into 2019. The band’s seven-song first set started with a performance of their recently-debuted unreleased single, “River Drift”. They continued right into a two-song combination of “Jamflowman” and “Frankenfoote” from their 2007 Natural Evolution of Consciousness LP. The set continued with “Lost in the Cold”, followed by a cover of Michael Jackson‘s “Beat It”, with the latter including a guest sit-in from The Werks’ Chris Houser, who would be a recurring guest throughout the night. The band closed the first half of the show with “Hatti’s Jam” and Houser coming back out to play on “When It Rains It Pours”.Twiddle – “Beat It”, “Hatti’s Jam” > “When It Rains It Pours” – 12/31/2018[Video: Zak Radik]The band returned for set two with a mix of transitions and non-stop jams, as they started things off with “Enter” > “Orlando’s”, followed by Houser returning once again to play on the band’s 2017 single, “Polluted Beauty”. The song sent the band and attendees properly into 2019, as they continued the party amongst a deluge of confetti with a pair of celebratory covers. Starting with “Auld Lang Syne” followed by a transition into The Talking Heads‘ “Burning Down The House”, which featured Houser and his Werks bandmate Rob Chafin. The set came to a close with “Apples” and “Beethoven and Greene”, followed by a one-song encore of “Juggernaut”, which you can watch below.Twiddle – “Juggernaut” – 12/31/2018[Video: Zak Radik]Twiddle and their fans won’t have much time to rest following the busy weekend. The band will head out on their 2019 winter tour beginning with a show at George’s Majestic Lounge in Arkansas on January 20th. Fans can head to the band’s website for tickets to their upcoming winter performances.
Greensburg, IN—Miss Tree City was crowned on Friday at the start of the Tree City Fall Festival. Miss Tree City Fall Festival 2019 is Taylor Gramman. Taylor said, ” I am very excited to have been chosen and am looking forward to the Fall Festival!”When asked what her favorite memory of Fall festival is she stated, “I was the Little Miss Tree City in 2006.”Others crowned Friday evening included Miss Jr. Tree City is Caroline Koehne and Little Miss and Mr. Tree City are Gwendolyn Gauck and Jonathon Arnett.
In the modern era of sports, we know a lot more about athletes than just their stats. Through social media and the numerous articles that we can find online, we can know so much about an athlete that it almost seems as though we know them personally.Between knowing about Rob Gronkowski’s party boat and his party house, to knowing what exactly is in Tyler Seguin’s lost and found closet, we get an inside glimpse into an athlete’s personality, and that might sway how we view them overall. So, this week we dared to ask the question: Does an athlete’s behavior in their personal life impact how we talk about their professional life?Erik HelmI find this question to be pertinent today more than ever, given protests from athletes recently in light of President Donald Trump’s comments on the NFL. And the short answer, for me at least, is no we should not.That is not to say that their athletic abilities should cloud our judgments of their personality and character, and that is not to say that we should be okay with a sports team hiring an athlete who has a history with the law. But when it comes to judging an athlete’s ability to play the game, their personal lives are not important. In terms of the NFL’s protest, people are calling for their firing because they believe the athletes are being disrespectful to the nation, flag, army, etc.But your political beliefs misaligning with those of your boss is not a fireable offense. Instead, we as an audience and the front office of the NFL should look at their actions as a chance to open a dialogue and look to improve our society. I concede their way of protesting can come across as disrespectful, but sometimes to make an omelet you have to break a couple eggs.Sports section says: Are games against Notre Dame and UCLA worth adding to the schedule?Notre Dame and UCLA series games were recently added to Wisconsin’s football schedule. The sports editors discuss whether or not Read…Alex FishkindIn a modern-day world seemingly run by social media, the athletes that we once adored and idolized have become bait for scrutiny and shaming.Just as the celebrities of Hollywood and Los Angeles are followed by paparazzi relentlessly day and night, athletes of every sport are under a magnifying glass, with every move — or lack thereof — subject to criticism and critique. Athletes are paid to do what they are great at –play their respective sport at a level unattainable by 99 percent of the population.It is time for people to stop condemning athletes for their behavior or choices off the field, and start focusing on their athletic abilities. It should go without saying that if an athlete breaks a law or does a disservice to society, that is unacceptable, but to denounce them because they did not go to a children’s hospital, or donate half of their salary to charity is completely ludicrous.Athletes get paid to play, and while giving back to the community is nice of them, it is not something that fans should require or tweet about if they choose not to.Daniel YunWithout a doubt, yes. There should be no debate.An athlete with poor behavior is a huge liability for a team even if the athlete was the best in his/her craft. Look no further than Johnny Manziel.Manziel was a highly touted quarterback from Texas A&M who was the first ever to win the Heisman Trophy (Best Collegiate Football Player) as a freshman. Drafted 22nd overall by the Cleveland Browns in 2014, Manziel’s future looked bright.However, Manziel’s habit of partying too hard in college went with him to the NFL. Coaches reported frustration when he didn’t report to practice because he partied too hard in LasVegas. Eventually, Manziel’s low commitment to the team led to his downfall. In 2016, after being issued a four-game suspension due to substance abuse, domestic assault allegations and his struggling football performance, Manziel was dropped from the Brown’s roster.Players like Johnny Manziel are the reason why many professional teams are wary of signing players who conduct questionable behavior outside of games, despite their talent in the game.Sports section says: Are international basketball trips necessary?With the University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team returning from Australia, many are beginning to question whether or not international Read…Kristen LarsonHonestly, this question is the reason why I will say that Peyton Manning is leagues better than Tom Brady.On the one hand, you have a quarterback who spends a large part of his life helping young players to develop their skills, writes back to all the fan letters he gets, and gives a helping hand to whomever is in need whenever he can. On the other hand, you have someone who is married to a former Victoria’s Secret model?When you have someone like Manning, who was not only an impeccable quarterback but also a great human being, it really sucks to put him in the same league as Brady. Sure Brady’s record is just as good as Manning’s, but Brady’s attitude definitely knocks him several levels below someone like Manning.I think that if we are willing to buy the jerseys and have our kids look up to these players, we should be willing to stand behind their behavior. I think that this is something that comes with being a public figure, and it isn’t as though athletes are the only ones that have to manage this pressure.What do you think? Email your opinions to [email protected] for a chance to get published next week.