Load remaining images Last night, Ween kicked off a three-night run in California with a one-off performance at the famed Hollywood Palladium in Hollywood, CA. What followed was a fantastic arrangement of classic Ween tunes, opening with the fan-favorite “Pork Roll Egg and Cheese” before bringing out classics like “The Golden Eel” and “Mutilated Lips.”The show interestingly featured – a rare event for Ween these days – as the band launched into Motörhead’s “Ace Of Spades.” Though Motörhead was founded in England, Lemmy Kilmister had lived in Los Angeles from 1990 until his death in 2015. No doubt the song was played in tribute to him.The remainder of the set featured tons of Ween classics, like “The HIV Song,” “Buckingham Green,” “Bananas and Blow” and an encore that ended with “Transdermal Celebration” and “The Mollusk.” You can check out the full setlist below, as well as a full gallery by Steve Rose Photography.Setlist: Ween at the Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA – 10/13/16Set: Pork Roll Egg and Cheese, The Golden Eel, Mutilated Lips, Exactly Where I’m At, Push th’ Little Daisies, Big Jilm, Ooh Va Lah, Ace Of Spades, I Can’t Put My Finger On It, Woman and Man, The Stallion Pt. 1, Japanese Cowboy, Papa Zit, Mister Would You Please Help My Pony?, The HIV Song, Buckingham Green, Your Party, Bananas And Blow, A Tear For Eddie, She Fucks Me, Stroker Ace, Gabrielle, You Fucked Up, I’ll Miss You, Captain Fantasy, Don’t Get Too Close (2 My Fantasy)Encore: Fiesta, Touch My Tooter, Transdermal Celebration, The Mollusk
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A Melville teenager is facing assault charges after she allegedly hit four men with her car in Wyandanch and fled the scene, Suffolk County police said. Netanya Lewis, 18, was involved in an “altercation,” police said on S. 32nd Street at 4 a.m. Thursday. Det. Lt. Robert Edwards of the First Squad said the altercation was related to a romantic rivalry. “That was the precipitating factor,” he said. Lewis was leaving the area when the men were allegedly struck. Their identities weren’t released. The men were treated for minor injuries at Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center in West Islip, police said. “It looked worse than it was,” Edwards said. Lewis was charged with four counts of third-degree assault and one count of leaving the scene of an accident with injuries. An arraignment date wasn’t immediately released.
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Topics : Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani appealed to the International Monetary Fund Wednesday to approve a $5 billion emergency loan request to combat its novel coronavirus outbreak.”I urge all international organizations to fulfill their duties,” Rouhani said during a cabinet meeting.”We are a member of the IMF… if there’s going to be any discrimination between Iran and others in giving loans, neither us nor world opinion will tolerate it,” he said in televised remarks. But there has been speculation abroad that the real number of deaths and infections could be higher.”If they do not act on their duties in this difficult situation, the world will judge them in a different way,” Rouhani said. Iran announced on March 12 that it had requested the loan from the IMF to help fight what was then one of the world’s deadliest COVID-19 outbreaks.Iran has not received assistance from the IMF since a “standby credit” issued between 1960 and 1962, according to IMF figures.According to the IMF’s website, a Rapid Financial Instrument “is available to all member countries facing an urgent balance of payments need”.Iran says it has confirmed more than 62,500 coronavirus infections and more than 3,800 deaths.
The Provincial Health Office of Aklanearlier recommended an indefinite suspension of the games following thenational government’s suggestion for people to avoid crowded places as aprecautionary measure against the 2019-nCoV. WVRA winners will represent WesternVisayas in the 2020 Palarong Pambansa in Marikina City, Metro Manila. ILOILO City – The deferment of theWestern Visayas Regional Athletic Association (WVRAA) Meet originally scheduledfrom Feb. 15 to 22 with Aklan province as host should not be viewed with alarmor dismay, according to the Department of Education (DepEd). These delegates come from elementaryand high schools of Aklan, Antique, Capiz, Guimaras, Iloilo, and NegrosOccidental. The new dates were agreed by all 20Schools Divisions during a regional management committee meeting, according toLea Belleza, DepEd regional information officer. “Let us take thepostponement positively. We will have more than enough time to prepare forthe WVRAA,” said Dr. Miguel Mac Aposin, Aklan Schools Division superintendent. Due to concerns over the 2019 novelcoronavirus (2019-nCoV), DepEd Region 6 rescheduled this year’s WVRAA to March(21 to 28). In approving the rescheduling, DepEdregional director Dr. Ma. Gemma Ledesma said, “We cannot afford to risk thesafety and health of almost 6,000 delegates which include athletes, coaches,technical officials, chaperones, and working committees.” “The playing venues and billetingquarters are ready but the safety of the athletesand sports officials is our top priority,” agreed Aposin./PN
Liverpool, United Kingdom | AFP | Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah ensured Liverpool maintained their 100 percent start to the Premier League season by coming from behind to beat Newcastle 3-1 at Anfield on Saturday.The European champions have a history of starting slowly in early kick-offs under Jurgen Klopp and only arose from their slumber after the Magpies took a shock lead through Jetro Willems on seven minutes.Mane turned the tide before half-time with a sumptuous finish into the top corner before profiting from an error by Newcastle goalkeeper Martin Dubravka for his second.Dubravka redeemed himself after the break with a string of fine saves to keep the final score down, but was helpless when Salah finished coolly from Roberto Firmino’s cute backheel.Klopp’s men open up a five-point lead over Manchester City at the top of the table, but the champions can cut that gap back to two with victory at Norwich later on Saturday.Newcastle sprung a huge surprise by claiming their only win of the season so far at Tottenham three weeks ago. They followed the same script as they frustrated the hosts in the early stages before stunning Anfield by going in front.Willems turned inside Trent Alexander-Arnold before drilling a fierce shot past the helpless Adrian.Liverpool trailed at home for the first time since March, but quickly rallied to record a 14th straight Premier League victory. Mane was furious with Salah after being substituted in a 3-0 win away to Burnley before the international break, accusing the Egyptian of being too greedy in his eye for goal.But it is the Senegalese who has more goals so far this season and he arrowed into the far corner from Andy Robertson’s pass to get Liverpool back on level terms.Firmino had been rested from the start after his travels to the United States with Brazil during the international break, but he was soon called into the action as Divock Origi limped off injured.And Firmino made an instant impact as his pass towards Mane was spilled by Dubravka for the Liverpool number 10 to roll into an empty net.Liverpool had only one scare once they were in front as Emil Krafth blasted over a great chance to bring Newcastle level again at the back post.However, it was only a matter of time before the Reds made the game safe as Dubravka saved brilliantly from Robertson and twice denied the excellent Firmino, who was named man-of-the-match despite only coming on eight minutes before half-time.The Brazilian bagged another assist when his flick freed Salah, who took his time before leaving Dubravka grounded and placing the ball into the far corner.Mane was denied his hat-trick and Firmino a triple of assists by the offside flag, but Liverpool cruised through the final stages with one eye already on the start of their defence of the Champions League away to Napoli on Tuesday.Share on: WhatsApp
England has regained its place in the European Men’s Team Championship for 2013 after finishing clear winners of the European Men’s Challenge Trophy in Iceland. The six man team – the best five scores each day to count – finished with an aggregate of 1,054, ten strokes ahead of runners-up, the Netherlands, and 22 shots clear of the rest of the field. England went into the third and final day four strokes ahead of the Dutch but with Callum Shinkwin (Moor Park, Hertfordshire) returning an equal best-of-the-day 66, Ben Stow (Rushmore, Wiltshire) 67 and Garrick Porteous (Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland) 70, it built the foundation for a famous victory. Craig Hinton (The Oxfordshire, BB&O) also signed for 70, while Jack Hiluta (Chelmsford, Essex) returned to form with a level-par 71 and Ben Taylor (Walton heath, Surrey) a non-counting 74. Stow topped the individual ranking on nine under par 204 after posting three sub par rounds; Porteous was tied third on 210, and Hiluta and Shinkwin on level-par 213. The victory means that England, ten times champions, will, once again, be lining up with all the major nations in next year’s European Men’s Team Championships in Denmark. Final scores Team: 1054 England, 1064 Netherlands, 1076 Portugal, 1087 Iceland, 1102 Belgium, 1153 Slovakia, 1159 Russia, 1222 Serbia Leading individual: 204 B Stow (Eng) 68 69 67 209 T Detry (Bel) 72 68 69 210 T Pieters (Bel) 68 72 70, G Porteous (Eng) 68 72 70, P Figueiredo (Port) 68 70 72 14 Jul 2012 England regain Euro slot after finishing top in Iceland Other England scores: 213 J Hiluta 68 74 71, C Shinkwin 73 74 66 215 C Hinton 75 70 70 223 B Taylor 76 73 74 (Image of Callum Shinkwin © Tom Ward)
Two branches of the Monmouth County Library system reopened their doors Wednesday, July 15 with lots of reminders to wear a face mask and observe social distancing. At the Eastern Branch in Shrewsbury, where curbside pickup is still available from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Saturday, patrons were excited to get back to the books, even if it meant limited time spent in the building. During the reopening phase building capacity is limited to 25 percent and customers are asked to keep browsing to a minimum. Use of computers is by appointment only. Staff is required to wear face coverings at all times and plexiglass shields have been installed at the circulation desk as a safety measure. Customers who do not want to enter the building may request items on hold through the online system and call for curbside, contactless pickup when they get to the parking lot during the specified morning hours. Eastern Branch in-person hours are 1 to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 1 to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Photos by Emma Wulfhorst The article originally appeared in the July 16 – 22, 2020 print edition of The Two River Times.
18 July 2011To mark the second annual Nelson Mandela International Day, 18 July 2011, the United Nations is encouraging people around the globe to perform 67 minutes of public service – one minute for every year of the South African leader’s own service to humanity.The call is part of the “Take Action! Inspire Change” campaign by the Mandela Foundation in recognition of the contributions made by Mandela, as a human rights lawyer, freedom fighter, prisoner of conscience, international peacemaker, and the first democratically-elected president of a free South Africa.“Together, the best way we can thank Nelson Mandela for his work is by taking action for others and inspiring change,” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in a message for the Day.In November 2009, the UN General Assembly declared 18 July – Mandela’s birthday – Nelson Mandela International Day in recognition of the former South African President’s contribution to the culture of peace and freedom.In a separate video message, Ban called on people everywhere to embrace Mandela’s message to change the world and make it a better place.“Tutor a child. Feed someone less fortunate. Care for your environment. Volunteer at a hospital or community centre. Be a part of a global movement to make the world a better place,” Ban said.“Together, we can help people achieve the dignity and liberty that is their birthright. That is the best way we can honour Nelson Mandela.”To mark Mandela’s 93rd birthday on Monday, senior officials, diplomats and staff from the UN will gather in New York’s Central Park to perform public service.Also in New York, an interactive exhibit called “Take Action! Inspire Change” will be displayed at UN Headquarters, where visitors can learn about Mandela through a range of video and audio materials, as well as make their pledge to “67 minutes of service” in a message that will be sent to Mandela himself.Other UN offices around the world will also mark the Day by undertaking activities in their local communities.Source: BuaNews
Cape Town Stadium will be the venue for 10 of the 32 Chan 2014 matches, including the opening and closing games.The third Orange Africa Nations Championship, Chan 2014, kicks off on Saturday 11 January with 16 national teams in four groups playing 32 matches.See also: Bafana and Mozambique to kick off Chan 2014Times in Central African Time (GMT +2)