The California Honeydrops put their soulful rock n’ roll on display at the Bowery Ballroom last night, November 13th, playing to a packed house at the NYC venue. The band rolled out a ton of original music, and slipped in a few great covers as well. Fortunately, Marc Millman Photography was on the scene to capture the magic.Check out videos from last night’s performance, below.“Let’s Go Get Stoned”“Bump & Grind”“I’ve Never Found A Girl”
Galactic drummer Stanton Moore and saxophone extraordinaire Skerik have announced a late-night show during the first weekend of Jazz Fest, dubbed “Stanton & Skerik’s 20th Jazz Fest”. The special late-night performance will take place on Sunday, April 28th (technically Monday, April 29th) at New Orleans’ Tipitina’s, as Moore and Skerik will be joined by keyboardist Robert Walter, guitarist Scott Metzger, and bassist Andy Hess.On the heels of their recently announced purchase of New Orleans’ legendary Tipitina’s nightclub, funk outfit Galactic will play a three-night run of shows over Mardi Gras, set to take place on March 1st, 2nd, and 4th at Tip’s. The exciting news revolving around Galactic never ends, as the band also has a new album on the way, Already Ready Already, due out on Friday, February 8th via Tchoup-Zilla Records.Tickets for “Stanton & Skerik’s 20th Jazz Fest” late-night are on sale now here.For more information, head to the event page.
She added that students will either go to class physically or via online due to the enhanced community quarantine and general community quarantine implemented in different parts of the country. According to DepEd secretary Leonor Briones Briones, it was agreed upon during the consultations made that the school year will begin on Aug. 24 and will end on April 30, 2021. “Yes. Because my bill gives the President the power to adjust [the] school calendar unlike the previous law,” Sotto said on his Senate Bill No. 1438, which aims to amend Section 3 of the Republic Act No. 7977 or the Act on Lengthening of School Calendar./PN “Ang napili nating school opening date ay Aug. 24,” Briones said. “Una sa lahat, ang pinakamalaking konsiderasyon natin dito ay to protect the health and safety and well-being of learners. ‘Yun ang pinakaunang priority natin.” Briones also said that the changes will pose a huge challenge for the DepEd as new teaching methodologies before the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic, including Flexible Learning Options, have been fast-tracked. Briones also ordered teachers to render service to DepEd, whether physically or virtually, from June 1 to June 30, for them to undergo capacity building for new lessons, including the DepEd Commons. MANILA – The new school year will open Aug. 24, whether it will be physically or virtually, the Department of Education (DepEd) announced Tuesday. Even with DepEd’s announcement, Senate President Vicente Sotto III said that he will still push for the bill granting authority to President Rodrigo Duterte to adjust the schedule of opening of classes. “May mga schools na handa na daw sila na magbukas ng online, public o private, ng kanilang school lessons. Marami ring through the cellphone. Nag-survey kami, puwede ding sa telebisyon at saka sa radyo,” Briones said.
Senegal international defender Lamine Sane has been suspended indefinitely by his club Bordeaux, along with goalkeeper Jerome Prior.Bordeaux said they took the action because of a “serious incident” after their 4-3 extra-time loss to Nantes in their French Cup tie on Wednesday.The French club added they “would make no further comment on the matter”.Sane joined Bordeaux in 2009 but sought a transfer in January and the ban could now end his career with the club.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySports