Last weekend, a number of jam scene regulars converged at the annual Disc Jam Festival. Among the many great performances, one particular stand-out moment was fortunately captured on film for all to see. That moment occurred when grooving band lespecial teamed up with the Turkuaz horns for a powerful performance of “National Anthem” by Radiohead.The Kid A track really comes to live with this potent ensemble. Check out the footage below, courtesy of In-Tents Cinema.The band has an upcoming residency at the Pacific Standard Tavern in New Haven, running on three Thursdays: June 23rd, 30th, and July 7th. The one on 23rd will feature the Turkuaz horns as well, so don’t miss out; more info can be found here.
NZ Herald 8 May 2012Girls are overtaking boys as the biggest bullies in many school playgrounds, reversing thousands of years of male-dominated violence. School counsellors say girls have become more violent in the past 15 years and boys have become less violent, apparently reflecting feminist messages in popular media. The reversal is dramatic. Only five years ago the Youth 2007 survey of 9100 secondary school students found that only 2.9 per cent of girls, compared with 6.8 per cent of boys, admitted to bullying others at least once a week. Last year, 11,000 females of all ages, compared with 38,000 males, were caught by police for violent offences. But Bill Hubbard, a guidance counsellor and now deputy principal at Rosehill College in Papakura, says girls are now physically violent too.http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10804153
Shortly after Coutinho moved on loan to Bayern, Rivaldo gave his thoughts on the switch, and pointed out that Messi’s dominance makes it hard for any player to succeed at Barca. Rivaldo told Betfair: “I always believed that Philippe Coutinho had the ability to succeed at Barcelona, but things were taking too much time and both parties agreed on a transfer to Bayern Munich. read also:Man City players joked about Messi, Ronaldo signings after takeover – Zabaleta “I’m a little disappointed about his failure in gaining a regular place in the first team, but perhaps he was no longer confident about it and unhappy, so he opted for a move to another big club trying to finally recover his best football from his time at Liverpool. “It’s never easy to find your space in a team where Lionel Messi constantly takes all the credit and responsibility. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 That’s according to Rivaldo, who previously revealed his disappointment in Coutinho being sent out on loan to Bayern Munich. Coutinho had the world at his feet when he completed a £142million move to Barcelona, and his compatriot – a Nou Camp legend – had high hopes for the former Liverpool man. But Coutinho quickly fell down the pecking order at Barcelona before being sent out on loan. This summer he is expected to leave the Nou Camp permanently.Advertisement Promoted Content7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooMind-Bending Technology That Was Predicted Before It Appeared18 Cities With Neverending Tourist-FlowA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of Art7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body Loading… Lionel Messi taking all the “credit and responsibility” is partly to blame for Philippe Coutinho failing to impress at Barcelona.
Staff CorrespondentSHILLONG: Meghalaya lost to Bihar by an innings and 178 runs in the Cooch Behar trophy match today. Bihar, who had been put in to bat first, made 404 all out in their first innings. Meghalaya’s Abhishek took 5/89, with Sudhir Sahani bagging 4/117 and Aryan 1/95.Meghalaya were then bowled out for 183 in their first innings, with Ankit Kumar Singh steering the side with an innings of 98. Later following on Meghalaya bowled out for just 43 in the second innings.Meanwhile In the CK Nayudu Cricket tournament Meghalaya lost to Puducherry by an innings and 93 runs at the MCA Cricket Group here today. Meghalaya won the toss and chose to field and Puducherry made 276 all out, with Kartik Pawar turning in a fine performance with the ball to claim 8/89. Akash Kumar (1/57) and Md Nafees (1/67) were the other wicket-takers. Meghalaya, however, were then bowled out twice for 68 and 115 following on, giving Puducherry victory by an innings and 93 runs.Also Read: Assam take big lead in Cooch Behar Trophy