Widespread Panic continued its ever-flowing stream of archival content on Friday with “Red Hot Mama” taken from the band’s 2/11/11 concert at The Classic Center in Athens, GA. This show came as night two of the band’s three-night 25th-anniversary run, which concluded on the 14th with a show at Atlanta’s Fox Theater.The “Red Hot Mama” video comes as the latest in an ongoing series of clips pulled from Widespread Panic’s extensive archive of live concert footage. The band hit the ground running at the start of 2021 and has since released videos from its 2002 documentary, 25th anniversary run of shows, concert films, interviews, vintage TV appearances, and more.Related: The Lame Ducks Ft. Bob Weir, Dave Schools, Jay Lane, & Jeff Chimenti Bring Grateful Dead Spirit To Georgia Comes Alive [Watch]This Funkadelic cover came in the three-slot of set one as the band was warmed up and red hot from the preceding night. All three shows of the 25th-anniversary run were jam-packed with fan-favorite live staples, with “Red Hot Mama” being no exception. Since debuting on Halloween 1998, Widespread Panic has played the song 180 times to date, with 2/11/11 coming in as number 117.With Jimmy Herring coming in guns blazing with his wah-soaked leads, he quickly loses the effect and delivers a blistering solo. The song also provides ample space for JoJo Hermann to make a statement with the funky bounce of his clavinet. In a brief, six-minute runtime, Widespread Panic manages to stuff plenty of gunpowder into this “Red Hot Mama” before lighting the fuse to get the show off to an explosive start.Watch Widespread Panic’s performance of “Red Hot Mama” taken from February 11th, 2011 at The Classic Center.Widespread Panic – “Red Hot Mama” (Funkadelic) – Athens, GA – 2/11/11[Video: Widespread Panic]
On Sunday, Chabad of the Hamptons on Woods Lane in East Hampton and the Family of Rabbi Leibel Baumgarten invited everyone to Chabad House for their free Children’s Carnival. Families enjoyed face painting, a bean bag toss, mini-basketball, creative arts, cotton candy, a bouncy castle, and inflatable baseball. Share
The association called the agreements between the European Union, Switzerland and the United States and between the USA and Canada to recognise each other’s security regimes as ‘welcomed and sensible progress’ towards the shared goals of maintaining the highest levels of air cargo security without impeding international air cargo supply chains.Michael Steen, chairman of TIACA, said: “We strongly support efforts to enhance security of the air cargo supply chain without unduly disrupting vital commercial flows. Mutual recognition of robust security regimes is an important way to further this goal, so we commend the USA, EU, Swiss and Canadian authorities for their recent announcements in this regard. TIACA will continue to support additional efforts to mutually recognise security regimes and to implement global, harmonised standards.”TIACA says the progress made by governments to recognise each other’s national air cargo security regimes will eliminate duplication of security controls and the costs and time delays associated with this whilst ensuring strict air cargo safety and security requirements continue to be met consistently.Speaking to delegates at TIACA’s Executive Summit in Moscow, Doug Brittin, Director, Air Cargo at the Transportation Security Administration, said the security threat ‘remains high for all of us’. “Our goal, which we know is shared by the industry, is to not lose a plane,” he added.He outlined the work TSA has been doing on advanced air cargo data alongside bodies such as ICAO, the World Customs’ Organisation and the Universal Postal Union.Outlining the status of the Advanced Air Cargo Screening (ACAS) programme, he confirmed the pilot was still ongoing, having started with express carriers a year ago and subsequently expanded to include passenger and cargo carriers as well as freight forwarders. The objective, he said, was to prove data flows and timelines, adding: “Can DHS (U.S. Department of Homeland Security) looking at this data quickly analyse, determine risk and get information on which screening method to use to the proper place at the proper time?”The message channels and protocols are critical to this, he said. “The key part of this is moving that trusted shipper concept to a data driven analysis. We want to be able to make a determination based on historical data about the shippers plus incorporate the trusted shipper rule sets into ACAS.” He urged forwarders to be part of this process, stating: “The sooner the data is transmitted the better … we suggest freight forwarders and carriers conduct active discussions with all parties in the supply chain as soon as possible to help determine the outcome and help design the process overall.”Brittin also recognised the important support industry is giving to further enhancing air cargo security. He said: “Together we have made significant progress in enhancing air cargo security in the past few years and industry has risen to the challenge, both in the all-cargo and the passenger carrier segments. We are moving steadily toward closing all gaps. What we have put in place-a risk-based, intelligence-driven approach applying tiered screening protocols-could not have been accomplished without working through the numerous details with industry partnership. TIACA and GACAG (Global Air Cargo Advisory Group) have played a key role in this partnership approach, and I am confident that by continuing to work together, we can resolve any outstanding and future security challenges.”
Africa’s number one team and defending champions, South Africa, breezed into Accra last night full of confidence ahead of their opening day clash with hosts Ghana.The talented side are the experts’ favourites not only by virtue of being top ranked or the reigning African champions but also buoyed by their recent triumph in Europe.The South Africans lifted the 4-Nations Elektrostal Cup in Russia a couple of weeks ago and boast of an experienced world class team who destroyed Canada 8-1 in the final.That notwithstanding, Ghana’s Black Sticks will push for a spectacular upset as they begin the campaign to rule Men’s Hockey on the continent.The Friday evening fixture will start at 6:30 pm prompt after the opening ceremony.The Black Sticks would not mind being underdogs but will be highly motivated by pride and “host and win” euphoria which seems to have boosted team spirit and resolve. In addition, sound preparations and a vibrant home support should give the team that extra bite and desire to play the tournament of their lives. The Black Sticks would be hoping to spring some surprises in the opening game which could catch their more experienced but predictable opponents off guard.Both male and female teams were in Holland for a fortnight preparing for the competition.And according to Osei Boakye, coach of the team, they put finishing touches to their preparations before retuning home for the big take-off.In a slight adjustment to the opening day schedule, the encounter between Egypt and Nigeria would be played first before the official ceremony to usher in the championship. The Egyptians were the first to arrive on Saturday night from Cairo followed by Nigeria and South Africa who it appears may have peaked just in time for the Hockey Nations Cup.The two-week competition will bring crack male and female hockey nations from across the continent and has attracted huge international media.The new national stadium which was officially commissioned on Monday July 6 by His Excellency President Mills, will host over 1,200 fans backed by the acclaimed national supporters union.The CEO of Ghana 2009 African Cup For Nations Mr. Magnus Rex Danquah has assured Ghanaians, Africans and the world that Ghana is ready to let the games begin.
3rd Dave Hutchinson (0) 37ptsB Flight1st Yves Moultier (15) 39pts2nd Eddy Beilby (15) 39pts3rd Christian Boysen (19) 37ptsNear Pins: No 5 Dave Stockman, No 8 Pat Regan, No 12 Jum Karagit, No 16 Dave Hutchinson.Aussie star Bob Watson garnered the title spot with a superb gross 73, which racked up 41 points to take A Flight and the man of the match honours. The rest of the low handicappers showed well on the day with Paul Smith having to settle for second despite a sizzling 38 points. A log-jam of four players vied for the third spot involving David Hutchinson, Ed ‘our man in the Whitehouse’ Wyckoff, Paul Bray and Kevin Waycott; when the divots had settled it was Dave the scratch player who filled the bronze spot leaving Ed Wyckoff, Paul and Kevin standing at sea level and pot lessYves Moultier.Incredibly Yves Moultier once again took charge of B Flight to record his fifth win in five outings with the society. This set a record at Lewiinski’s that may take some time to equal as Yves continued his unforgettable run of golf (at least for him) and leave the rest of B Flight to wonder what they have to do to stop him.Yves was closely pursued by Eddy ‘the Eagle’ Beilby and Phil Davies, both with steady 37 point returns but with the former having the better of the count backBob Watson, Dave Stockman, Jim Brackett, William Peach and Jim Bell shared the 2’s pot.Tuesday, July 22, Bangpra – StablefordA Flight1st Kevin Rogers (11) 39pts2nd Connie Walsh (11) 34 pts3rd JP Maffray (11) 34 ptsB Flight1st Phil Davies (21) 35pts2nd Yves Moultier (17) 34pts3rd Mike Jefferys (18) 33ptsIt was off to one of the most entertaining venues for the day, the Japan promotion Bangpra, where a visit from the friendly monkeys is quite common. Anyway, no one was more entertained than Aussie star Kevin Rogers as his excellent 39 points took the top spot in A Flight. Kevin was the only player to better par on the day and he was five clear of Ireland’s Connie Walsh. It should be noted that Connie needed a count back to secure the silver over society friend JP Maffray.The top spot in B Flight went to Phil Davies who made it a second pay window visit this week. Yves Moultier, who has really put the pedal down to the floor of late, made it six podium spots in as many games with his 34 points and Mike ‘the Welsh Wizard’ Jefferys tided up the flight on 33.Connie Walsh was the sole heir to the 2’s pot.Wednesday, July 23, Treasure Hills – StablefordA Flight1st Adam Barton (15) 40pts2nd Tom Gorey (15) 40pts3rd Connie Walsh (11) 32ptsB Flight1st Yves Moultier (17) 37pts2nd Jimmy Day (20) 33pts3rd Merle Humphreys (20) 33ptsC Flight1st Phil Davies (21) 28pts2nd Jim Elphick (22) 25pts3rd John Ianson (26) 24ptsNote: Lewiinski’s is situated on Pattaya land Soi 1, Beach Rd Soi13/13 near Walking Street. Anyone wishing to play with us just pop in and add your name to the list or call Colin on 089 826 0764. Transport is provide PSC golf from Lewiinski’s Golf SocietySunday, July 20, Green Valley – StablefordA Flight 1st Bob Watson (6) 41pts2nd Paul Smith (4) 38pts
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Sheppard takes on Gallegos for the World K1 Atomweight title that night in a fight that is sure to have the crowd on their feet from the Bell. Both fighters have an out and out style so this one could be a classic. Details of the fight card for Whitney Sheppard’s World Title fight with the German Evelyn Gallegos in the Clayton Hotel on Saturday September 1st have been revealed with a total of fifteen fights confirmed for the evening with the first fight at 7pm. There will also be two International Ireland V France K-1 fights with Cian Mc Cormack from Kinvara taking on the European Thai Boxing Champion Marvin Bonnemains who’s currently in Thailand training for the fight.Thomas Scarry from Moylough will also lock horns with another tough Frenchman in Tony Fauconair who’s flying in from Bordeaux in a 90kg K-1 battle.The card will also feature five Irish Title Fights on the night with Sean Ryan from the Neale taking on Justin Cannon from Dublin at -60Kg International Rules, Corey O’Malley from Ballybrit takes on Adam Nally from Athlone at -60Kg Full Contact, Alex Fitzpatrick from Tuam takes on Evan McCann from Dublin at -69.5 International Rules and we have two more Irish Title fights featuring Ciaran Healy from Meath against Shane Lawless from Athlone for a K-1 Title and Tipperary’s Chloe Quinn who faces Kerrie Doyle from Carlow in Full Contact.Seven more undercard fights will warm the fight fans up so it should be a cracking night in the Clayton. The Fight Card For The Clash At The Clayton Headlined By Whitney Sheppard’s Challenge For The IKF Aorld Atomweight Title. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
They face Kilkenny’s Loreto in the decider in Banagher at 3pm. Presentation College, Athenry will attempt to win a first All-Ireland Senior Colleges Camogie title since 1978 this Sunday. Athenry won three senior titles in the 1970s but haven’tcontested the decider since successive replay losses to St. Mary’s,Charleville.Loreto are six-time winners since 2010 and beat St.Brigid’s, Loughrea in two of those finals. They have never met Presentation in the final but did beat the Athenryschool in the Junior deciders of 2007 and 2015.Presentation College, Athenry All-Ireland Senior A Camogie Finals1973 – Presentation, Mountmellick 4-2 PRESENTATIONCOLLEGE, ATHENRY 1-21974 – PRESENTATION COLLEGE, ATHENRY 3-1 St. Louis, Keel 1-01975 – PRESENTATION COLLEGE, ATHENRY 7-4 St. Brigid’s, Callan 2-41976 – Presentation, Mountmellick 2-2 PRSENTATIONCOLLEGE, ATHENRY 0-21977 – Scoil Mhuire, Cashel 3-3 PRESENTATION COLLEGE,ATHENRY 1-31978 – PRESENTATION COLLEGE, ATHENRY 2-3 Loreto, Coleraine 2-21979 – Scoil Mhuire, Cashel 3-3 PRESENTATION COLLEGE,ATHENRY 1-32006 – St. Mary’s, Charleville 1-9 PRESENTATION COLLEGE,ATHENRY 0-4 (Replay)2007 – St. Mary’s, Charleville 2-9 PRESENTATION COLLEGE,ATHENRY 2-6 (Replay)print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email