[via Jambands] Wilco has announced a 6-night run at Chicago’s Riviera Theatre (where the band played their entire catalog during a run in 2008) on December 5th, 6th, 8th, 9th, 11th and 12th. The shows will be played in celebration of the group’s 20th anniversary. Wilco is prepping to begin a brief Fall tour, which begins at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN on October 21st, and sees the band hit up Port Chester, NY’s Capitol Theatre for a 3-night stint from October 28th-30th.Tickets for the Riviera shows go on sale October 17th at 10am CT, and can be purchased at JamUSA.In other Wilco news, the band will release Alpha Mike Foxtrot, a 4-CD/LP/Digital box set which contains rare studio and live recordings collected from the band’s archives. The box set includes 64 pages of liner notes which feature track-by-track recollections from Jeff Tweedy, and notes from Nels Cline and John Stirratt.Also on the band’s agenda is the release of What’s Your 20, a 2-disc compilation of tracks from the band’s eight studio albums, and two tracks from the Woody Guthrie-penned songs put to music by Wilco and Billy Bragg on the album Mermaid Avenue.Pre-orders for both are currently ongoing.Alpha Mike Foxtrot Tracklist:Disc one:Childlike and Evergreen (Demo) Someone Else’s Song (Demo) Passenger Side (Demo) Promising The T.B. is Whipping Me – with Syd Straw I Must Be High (Live) Casino Queen (Live) Who Were You Thinking Of (Live) I Am Not Willing Burned Blasting Fonda Thirteen Don’t You Honey Me The Lonely 1 (White Hen version) No More Poetry Box Full of Letters (Live) Red-Eyed and Blue (Live) Forget the Flowers (Live) Sunken Treasure (Live) Monday (Demo)Disc two:Passenger Side (Live) Outtasite (Outta Mind) (Live) I Got You (At the End of the Century) (Live) Outta Mind (Outta Site) (Live) James Alley Blues – with Roger McGuinn (Live) At My Window Sad and Lonely (Jeff Tweedy solo) California Stars (Live) One Hundred Years From Now A Shot in the Arm (Remix) ELT (King Size demo) Nothing’severgonnastandinmyway (again) (Dave Kahne Remix) She’s a Jar (Austin demo) Tried and True Student Loan Stereo True Love Will Find You in the End I’m Always in Love (Solo acoustic live) Via Chicago (Austin Demo) Can’t Stand It (Live) Airline to Heaven (Alternate) Any Major Dude Will Tell YouDisc three:I’m the Man Who Loves You (Live) The Good Part Cars Can’t Escape Camera Handshake Drugs (First version) A Magazine Called Sunset Bob Dylan’s 49th Beard Woodgrain More Like the Moon Let Me Come Home Old Maid Hummingbird (Alternate) Spiders (Kidsmoke) (Live) Hell is Chrome (Live) At Least That’s What You Said (Live) The Late Greats (Live) Just a Kid – with The Blisters Kicking TelevisionDisc four:Panthers Theologians (Live) Another Man’s Done Gone (Live) I’m a Wheel (Live) How to Fight Loneliness (Live) One True Vine The Thanks I Get Let’s Not Get Carried Away Hate it Here (Live) Impossible Germany (Live) I Shall Be Released – with Fleet Foxes (Live) What Light (Live) Jesus, Etc. – with Andrew Bird (Live) Glad It’s Over Dark Neon The Jolly Banker Unlikely Japan You and I – with Feist (Live) I Love my LabelWHAT’S YOUR 20: ESSENTIAL TRACKSDisc one:I Must be High Box Full of Letters Passenger Side Casino Queen Misunderstood Red-Eyed and Blue I Got You (At the End of the Century) Monday Outtasite (Outta Mind) Sunken Treasure California Stars Hesitating Beauty A Shot in the Arm Can’t Stand It She’s a Jar I’m Always in Love How to Fight Loneliness Via Chicago Airline to HeavenDisc two:I am Trying to Break Your Heart I’m the Man Who Loves You War on War Jesus, Etc. Ashes of American Flags Heavy Metal Drummer Hummingbird Theologians Handshake Drugs The Late Greats Hate it Here Impossible Germany Walken Wilco (the Song) You and I You Never Know I Might Born Alone Whole Love
More of our Members in the Media > Fox News: An extra dose of motherly nurturing insulates children from lifelong health problems associated with poverty, a new study says.The study found that people whose parents did not finish high school were 1.4 times more likely to develop a condition called metabolic syndrome by middle age than children raised by college-educated parents. Metabolic syndrome is a precursor to diabetes and heart disease.However, among people from less-educated households, those who said they had a very nurturing mother were less likely to develop metabolic syndrome, according to the study published Friday (Sept. 23) in the journal Psychological Science. A nurturing mother in a more educated household had no effect on the likelihood that her adult children had developed metabolic syndrome.Parents’ education can be a more reliable indicator of a child’s home life than family income, said Lisa Berkman, director of the Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies. Families may fall into low income because of unlucky circumstances such as illness, but still have some of the protective benefits education seems to bring to households.Read the whole story: Fox News
The Argonauts opened up a 14-shot lead after Monday’s morning round of 14-under-par 274 and maintained it through the afternoon 18, using a 16-under-par 560 36-hole total to make the team title theirs for the taking. They did just that in tying the tournament record of 19-under-par 845 following a 3-under-par 285 on Tuesday. Huizinga’s score of 68-71-71=210 included 15 pars as he played the par 5s at 9-unde-par for the week. Westmoreland ended the 2-day event with rounds of 69-70-71 and Blanchet signed for three 70s. On Tuesday, both Huizinga and Blanchet birdied their final hole to force the playoff, which began on the par 3, 15th hole. All three put their shots safely on the green with Huizinga the farthest from the hole at approximately 25 feet. He proceeded to make his putt for birdie while the others were unable to match him, giving the junior from Orlando his second individual title in two events this fall. The Argos have won 10 of their last 13 team tournaments and not finished lower than third in any of them. Just about the only thing to be resolved was not if a UWF player would win the individual title, but which one would it be. After 36 holes, Westmoreland and Huizinga were tied for first at 5-under, one shot ahead of Blanchet and four ahead of Bosso. The trio of Jacob Huizinga, Henry Westmoreland IV and Chandler Blanchet all tied for medalist honors at 6-under-par 210, while Christian Bosso was just six shots back in a tie for 11th. Boss, who led the tournament after the first round, tied for 11th with a 68-75-73=216 score, while Julian Otero registered his best tournament as an Argo, shooting 69-76-75=220 to post a 20th place showing. His opening round 69 was a career low and included an eagle and four birdies. UWF will return to play next week when it hosts the Copperhead Championship at the Innisbrook Resort in Palm Harbor, Florida, Oct. 16-17. Print Friendly Version “They are kind of feeding off each other and pushing each other to improve and get better,” UWF head coach Steve Fell said. “They’ve gotten to where they are at that high level of play because they are used to it, whether they are in a tournament or at home qualifying.” COMPLETE RESULTSPALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – The fact that the top-ranked UWF men’s golf team ran away from the field en route to another team victory, winning the GolfRank Invitational by 15 shots was a good story, but how they went about it is another chapter in the recent success of the program.