Photo: Erik Kabik STS9 will host Wave Spell Live, a small four-day camping festival in Belden Town, CA from August 16th to 19th. The news was announced on Sunday night following the third and final show of the band’s three-night stand at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas.At this time, all of the details we have come from a notice that read:Wave Spell Live In Belden Town, CASave The Date Aug 16-19, 2018An intimate camping festival event. Featuring 9 sets of STS9 (3 full shows and for the first time 3 live Wave Spell performances). Others artists and activities to be announced. More information coming soon.Interestingly, it looks like Tribe will play three “Wave Spell” sets in addition to three full, two-set shows at their new festival. If the band’s two Wave Spell releases—which both dropped earlier this year—are any indication, these three sets will be entirely improvised.As STS9 explained in January, “Wave Spell is STS9 in its rawest form. Where we don’t talk about what we want to play, we just try and tap in to the moment and let the music happen. It’s a conversation where we speak solely with our instruments. A time where we’re completely free to explore.”While Wave Spell Live comes as a big surprise, the event won’t mark STS9’s first foray into the festival production arena. Back in 2007, the group hosted their own Re:Generation Festival at Deerfields in North Carolina, and another edition was held at Oregon’s Horning’s Hideout in 2011. A third Re:Generation was planned for 2012, but the event was canceled one month before it was set to take place.You can also take a look at Erik Kabik‘s photos from STS9’s Las Vegas run below.STS9 | Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas | Las Vegas, NV | 5/6/18 | Photos: Erik Kabik Photo: Erik Kabik Photo: Erik Kabik Photo: Erik Kabik Load remaining images
The Harvard Art Museums has appointed Soyoung Lee, a curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, as its new chief curator, effective Sept. 24.Over the course of a distinguished 15-year career, Lee has served Met as curator, associate curator, and assistant curator in the department of Asian art. She joined the museum in 2003 as its first curator for Korean art, and has organized a number of critically acclaimed international loan exhibitions, each with an accompanying publication.“We are welcoming Soyoung to our staff at an exciting time, as we further establish our dual role as a premier teaching institution and one of the major public art museums in the dynamic Boston cultural landscape,” said Martha Tedeschi, the Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot Director of the Harvard Art Museums. “We are thrilled to have such a well-respected and gifted art historian join our curatorial team. Her experience as both a leader and scholar will be great assets as we continue to develop distinctive exhibition, publishing, and interpretive programs that leverage the wide-ranging nature of the museums’ remarkable collections.”In 2016–17, Lee served as chair of the Metropolitan Museum’s Forum of Curators, Conservators, and Scientists — the Met’s academic body, comprised of more than 200 members — and as the forum’s delegate to the Board of Trustees a year later. She was a member of the museum’s Diversity and Inclusion Task Force and the Ad Hoc Advisory Committee to the President. She was also a trustee-at-large for the Association of Art Museum Curators and one of 12 fellows in the Center for Curatorial Leadership’s 2018 cohort.Lee has received numerous fellowships and grants, including the Met’s Theodore Rousseau Memorial Travel Grant in summer 2006 and March 2010, the Jane and Morgan Whitney Art History Fellowship in 2001–02, and the Columbia University President’s Fellowship in 2000–01.“It is a tremendous honor to join the Harvard Art Museums, an institution with such incredible collections, history, and creativity. I am delighted to work alongside Martha and the museums’ stellar staff and am excited by the opportunities to collaborate across this extraordinary university,” said Lee. “While at the Met, I was fortunate to have been nurtured by a wealth of talented and generous colleagues. I look forward to bringing that experience to Harvard, to cultivate in the next generation the kind of passion for art and knowledge that can transform one’s life.”At the Harvard Art Museums, Lee will be a key member of the senior leadership team. She will oversee the museums’ three curatorial divisions (division of Asian and Mediterranean art, division of European and American art, and division of modern and contemporary art), an active exhibition program, and the stewardship and development of Harvard’s world-class collections, among the largest in the U.S.Working closely with the Department of Academic and Public Programs and the Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies, Lee will build on the museums’ legacy as a premier training and teaching institution, facilitating curatorial collaborations with faculty and students across disciplines and fostering the internship and postgraduate fellowship programs. She will also play a critical role in the museums’ efforts to partner with campus organizations in highlighting contemporary art and current issues through exhibitions, programs, and other projects with living artists.Born in Jakarta, Indonesia, Lee has lived in Stockholm, London, Los Angeles, Seoul, and Tokyo in addition to her current home in New York. She earned her B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. in art history from Columbia University. Her dissertation examined the influence of 15th- and 16th-century Korean ceramics on key ceramic industries in Kyushu, Japan, and subsequent Japanese reinterpretations. Her research interests encompass cross-cultural exchanges in East Asian art and culture.
FaithInternationalLifestylePrint Top UK cardinal Keith O’Brien resigns by: – February 25, 2013 35 Views no discussions Share Share Tweet Share Sharing is caring! Britain’s most senior Roman Catholic cleric, Cardinal Keith O’Brien, is stepping down as leader of the Scottish Catholic Church. He had been accused of inappropriate behaviour towards priests dating back to the 1980s, claims he contests. Cardinal O’Brien, the Archbishop of St Andrews and Edinburgh, apologised to “all whom I have offended” for “any failures” during his ministry.He will not take part in electing a new pope, leaving Britain unrepresented. The Vatican confirmed the cardinal has stepped down from his post.The Scottish Catholic Media Office said Pope Benedict had accepted the cardinal’s resignation on 18 February, but the announcement of it has only just been made.Cardinal O’Brien said in a statement he had already tendered his resignation as Archbishop of St Andrews and Edinburgh, due to take effect when he turned 75 next month, but Pope Benedict “has now decided that my resignation will take effect today”.He said the Pope would appoint someone to govern the archdiocese in his place until his successor was appointed. The cardinal also said: “I have valued the opportunity of serving the people of Scotland and overseas in various ways since becoming a priest. “Looking back over my years of ministry: For any good I have been able to do, I thank God. For any failures, I apologise to all whom I have offended.“I do not wish media attention in Rome to be focused on me – but rather on Pope Benedict XVI and on his successor. “However, I will pray with them and for them that, enlightened by the Holy Spirit, they will make the correct choice for the future good of the Church.”Allegations madeThe Observer reported that the three priests and one former priest, from the diocese of St Andrews and Edinburgh, complained to the Pope’s representative to Britain, nuncio Antonio Mennini. In the week before 11 February, when Pope Benedict resigned, they made claims about the cardinal’s inappropriate behaviour towards them in the 1980s:• The former priest claims Cardinal O’Brien made an inappropriate approach to him in 1980, after night prayers, when he was a seminarian at St Andrew’s College, Drygrange. The complainant says he resigned as a priest when Cardinal O’Brien was first made a bishop• A second statement from another complainant says he was living in a parish when he was visited by O’Brien, and inappropriate contact took place between them• A third complainant alleges dealing with what he describes as “unwanted behaviour” by the cardinal in the 1980s after some late-night drinking• And the fourth complainant claims the cardinal used night prayers as an excuse for inappropriate contactIn Rome, the BBC’s world affairs correspondent James Robbins said for a long time the Vatican had been able to “bat away” some criticism of other cardinals who may have been involved in covering up allegations of sexual abuse. But these were more serious because they alleged Cardinal O’Brien was involved directly in improper behaviour towards other priests. He added that there was also a sense of regret that Britain would have no voice in the conclave to choose Pope Benedict’s successor.Catherine Deveney, who wrote the Observer story, said it was important because the cardinal had set a “moral blueprint” for the way other people should lead their lives. She said the complainants were “men of integrity” who had “done a difficult thing and acted according to their conscience”. Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond said: “It would be a great pity if a lifetime of positive work was lost from comment in the circumstances of his resignation. “None of us know the outcome of the investigation into the claims made against him but I have found him to be a good man for his church and country.”Jack Valero, from Catholic Voices, a media lobby group that represents many Catholics in Britain, said it was the right move for the cardinal to resign. “I am very happy that they have been taken seriously, that the nuncio – the Pope’s representative in the UK – has written to the four people who have made the allegations to thank them for speaking out, and that the whole thing has been done so quickly. I think this shows a new spirit.”Colin MacFarlane, director of gay rights group Stonewall Scotland, which last year named the cardinal as Bigot of the Year said he hoped there would be a full investigation. And that the cardinal’s successor should “show a little more Christian charity towards openly gay people than the cardinal did himself”.But Clifford Longley, a religious commentator and columnist for the Catholic newspaper The Tablet, said the cardinal’s resignation was “the worst thing that could possibly have happened to the Church at this moment – to have another row like this when there already so many going on.”BBC News
Share on: WhatsApp VIDEO: The country continues to mourn fallen veteran sports journalist Andrew Patrick Luwandaga who passed on Saturday morning. The body of the late Luwandaga was at UBC grounds for public viewing. Speaker after speaker, they all sung praises upon praises about the fallen icon, laying wreaths as a sign farewell to the person may described as a mentor and friend. The fallen icon succumbed to hypertension at his home in Namasuba, a Kampala suburb. He will be buried today. There will be a Service at Namirembe Cathedral at 10am, followed by burial at Kawempe (Wamala-Katooke) 4pm.
Serena Williams of U.S. plays a return to Alize Cornet of France during their women’s singles match at the All England Lawn Tennis Championships in Wimbledon, London, Saturday, June 28, 2014. (AP Photo/Sang Tan)LONDON (AP) — As Serena Williams began to fall behind in what would become her earliest Wimbledon exit in nearly a decade, her coach could tell something was awry.Not the so-so serving. Or the bad backhands. This was a larger problem.“Right now, she doesn’t have her usual ability to respond and turn matches around,” said Patrick Mouratoglou, who has worked with Williams since 2012. “It was obvious when she trailed 3-0 in the second set. Nothing happened.”Unable to get back on track once she no longer had control of the match, five-time Wimbledon champion Williams lost to 25th-seeded Alize Cornet of France 1-6, 6-3, 6-4 on Saturday in the third round, the latest in a recent series of surprising Grand Slam defeats.“If I’m not playing a great, great match, these girls, when they play me, they play as if they’re on the ATP Tour,” Williams said, rolling her eyes.She hadn’t left Wimbledon so soon since 2005, also beaten in the third round. The No. 1-ranked and top-seeded Williams owns 17 Grand Slam titles, one fewer than Martina Navratilova and Chris Evert, but has departed before the quarterfinals at four of the past five majors. There were fourth-round losses at Wimbledon last year and the Australian Open in January, and a second-round loss at the French Open in May.“It might be a bit premature to talk about her decline, but when she plays someone who finds the right tactics, she looks a bit lost on the court,” Cornet said. “In my opinion, there are more and more players understanding how to play her.”Cornet also beat the 32-year-old American at the Dubai Championships in February, and watched video clips of that triumph before playing Saturday.“I just knew that I could do it, because I did it once,” Cornet said.Still, this result was rather unexpected, given that Cornet never had been past the third round at Wimbledon, and only once before reached a major’s fourth round.“I cannot say that I played my best tennis today, really,” Cornet said.Perhaps, but it was good enough. On match point, after one last drop shot drew a netted response from Williams, Cornet pounded a fist on her chest, hopped around Court 1, then knelt to kiss the turf.“It’s very symbolic, because it means, ‘Now I love you grass, and I didn’t before,’” said Cornet, who had been 0-13 against top-20 opponents at majors.Saturday’s match was halted in the third game because of showers. When they returned about 4 1/2 hours later — “the rain delay killed me a little bit,” Cornet said — Williams was terrific, reeling off five games to grab the first set.Then everything changed, because Williams couldn’t find the mark. She finished with 29 unforced errors, 11 more than Cornet. Two particular strokes let Williams down: Her serve, with seven double-faults and five breaks; and her backhand, with 12 unforced errors.“I don’t really know what I did wrong,” said a blank-faced Williams, whose sister Venus lost Friday. “Usually I do. Usually I know I did this, this, and that.”It was by far the most significant outcome on a day full of starts and stops.Three other past Wimbledon champions won on Centre Court, where the roof was closed and soccer star David Beckham was in the Royal Box: Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova.For his third match in a row, Nadal dropped the first set, this time beating 63rd-ranked Mikhail Kukushkin of Kazakhstan 6-7 (4), 6-1, 6-1, 6-1.“All his shots just started to be much more hard, powerful and more aggressive,” Kukushkin said. “It was like a different player.”Sharapova trailed 3-1, then won the next 11 games to top 44th-ranked Alison Riske of the United States 6-3, 6-0.Federer, who has collected seven of his 17 major trophies at Wimbledon, never faced trouble and eliminated 35th-ranked Santiago Giraldo of Colombia 6-3, 6-1, 6-3.Nadal next faces 19-year-old Australian Nick Kyrgios; Federer meets No. 23 Tommy Robredo; and No. 8 Milos Raonic, only the second Canadian man in the Open era to get to Wimbledon’s fourth round, plays either No. 10 Kei Nishikori or Simone Bolelli, whose match was suspended because of darkness.Cornet’s fourth-round opponent when the tournament resumes Monday after the traditional middle Sunday off is No. 13 Eugenie Bouchard, a 20-year-old Canadian who was a semifinalist at the year’s first two majors.“It shows all of you who asked me if I’m ready to play Serena in Round 4,” Bouchard said. “That’s one of the reasons I don’t look far ahead.”___Follow Howard Fendrich on Twitter at http://twitter.com/HowardFendrich
LINCROFT – Brookdale Community College Student Life opens the Fall Lecture Series on Thursday, Sept. 27, in the Collins Arena with ABC’s John Quinones; What Would You Do?Quinones is an Emmy Award winning journalist. He currently works on ABC’s Primetime. During his 25 years at ABC News, Quinones has also served as a correspondent for the network’s 20/20 news magazine.Quinones’ recent work includes a series of reports also titled “What Would You Do?” In these reports, which test human nature through a hidden camera, actors present controversial scenarios to elicit responses from unsuspecting bystanders. Scenarios have focused on interracial couples, challenges facing gays and lesbians, elder abuse and more.Among Quinones’ reporting is extensive coverage of a religious sect in northern Arizona that forces its young female members to take part in polygamous marriages. He has gone undercover with a hidden camera to reveal how clinics were performing unnecessary surgical procedures as part of a major nationwide insurance scam.Quinones has followed along with a group of would-be Mexican immigrants as they attempted to cross into the United States. The seven-time Emmy Award winner also traveled to Israel for a CINE award-winning report about suicide bombers.The presentation is free for Brookdale students with a valid ID, staff and faculty and $5 for the community. All attendees require a ticket, available at the Lincroft main campus Student Life desk in the Warner Student Life Center. Hours are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Mondays trough Thursdays and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays. Parking is closest in lot 7.The Lincroft main campus is located at 765 Newman Springs Road.The next Student Life-sponsored lectures will be Oct. 9 by Zach Wahls, “What Makes a Family” and Oct. 16, for Matt Roloff, from the television show Little People, Big World, who will speak about his testimony on same-sex marriage.For more details, contact the Student Life information desk at 732-224-2500.Additional event calendar information is available at www.brookdalecc.edu.
The Nelson Daily staffSki School goes new school at Whitewater Ski Resort this year with a revamp of the program and several new faces in the mix.Nelson born Brent Malysh has been named Whitewater’s new Snow School director, along with veteran local snowboarders Peter Velisek and Dano Slater — Big Mountain competitors, judges and ski athletes — selected for the new Freeride Program. Malysh, 28, brings ski instructing experience from some of the world’s best mountains in Switzerland, Colorado and all over BC, and is a CSIA Level 3, as well as a Level 4 candidate. Malysh has re-designed the school’s children’s ski and snowboard instruction programs, making them more enjoyable and with an easier-to-understand curriculum. That curriculum carries over to the private one-on-one and group lessons, and the locals’ season-long programs like the Powder Room and the Board Room. After completing his Canadian Ski Instructor Association levels one through three at Silver Star, BC and Australian’s largest winter resort, Perisher Blue, Malysh accepted a teaching position with the Swiss Ski and Snowboard School (in 2002/03) at Flumserberg Resort. After three seasons there, he enrolled in Selkirk College’s Ski Resort Operations and Management program, then landed a job at the prestigious Beaver Creek Ski Resort in Colorado in the Adult Privates school. After stints at Penticton’s Apex Resort, and Revelstoke, he took the Whitewater’s Snow School director job. The new Whitewater Freeride Program will be joined by new Powderhound Experience, Discover Cat and Heli programs
THE GRADE I, $400,000 SHOEMAKER MILE IN POST POSITION ORDER WITH JOCKEYS AND WEIGHTSRace 6 (of 11) Heart to Heart – Julien Leparoux – 121Twentytwentyvision – Flavien Prat – 121Tourist – Jose Lezcano – 121Home Run Kitten – Joe Talamo – 121Cape Wolfe – Mike Smith – 121Midnight Storm – Rafael Bejarano – 121For scratches, late changes and complete morning line information, please visit http://www.santaanita.com/horse-racing/live-racing/.Released on 6/1/16For more information, please contact Alexis Garske at [email protected] or call 626-574-6418. SHOEMAKER MILE FIRST BREEDERS’ CUP WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS ‘WIN & YOU’RE IN’ CHALLENGE RACE OF THE YEAR OFFERED AT GREAT RACE PLACE ARCADIA, Calif. (June 1, 2016)–East Coast invader Heart to Heart will hope to take home a trophy to his New York base as the 5-year-old English-bred horse, trained by Brian Lynch heads a field of six in Saturday’s 73rd running of the Grade I, $400,000 Shoemaker Mile on turf for 3-year-olds and up.The Shoemaker Mile is the first of what will be eight total ‘Win & You’re In’ Breeders’ Cup Challenge Races leading up to the World Championships on Nov. 4 & 5 here at The Great Race Place. The Shoemaker Mile winner will be an automatic qualifier, with entry fees waived, into the 2016 Breeders’ Cup Mile.HEART TO HEART: A six-time overall graded stakes winner on the grass, Heart to Heart won the Grade III River City Handicap at Churchill Downs Nov. 26, the Grade II Ft. Lauderdale Stakes at Gulfstream Jan. 9 and the Grade III Canadian Turf Stakes also at Gulfstream Feb. 27 before running second to Miss Temple City in his last outing, the Grade I, Maker’s 46 Mile Stakes at Keeneland on April 15. The 5-year-old English Channel horse earned a 105 Beyer speed figure for the Maker’s Mile effort, his fourth straight 100-plus rating.Owned by Terry Hamilton, Heart to Heart will again be ridden by East Coast based jockey Julien Leparoux and is 21-9-3-2 overall with $786,030 in earnings.TOURIST: The other East Coast invader, Tourist ships in for trainer Bill Mott and owners WinStar Farm, LLC, Wachtel Stable and Gary Barber and will be seeking his first graded stakes win. The 5-year-old horse by Tiznow last ran at Santa Anita in the 2014 Breeders’ Cup Mile where he finished 13th behind Karakonite. Off for much of the early part of 2015, Tourist returned to the Winner’s Circle in his first race back, the More Than Ready Mile Stakes at Kentucky Downs Sept. 5 and followed that with solid third place finishes in the Grade I Shadwell Turf Mile Oct. 3 and the Maker’s 46 Mile behind Miss Temple City and Heart to Heart April 15. He is 14-4-2-3 overall with $590,340 in earnings. MIDNIGHT STORM: Second in last year’s edition of the Shoemaker Mile, Midnight Storm, the speedy 5-year-old horse by Pioneerof the Nile, trained by Phil D’Amato will hope to return to earlier form and will most likely find himself on the lead once again Saturday.A winner of the mile and a sixteenth Seabiscuit Handicap at Del Mar on Nov. 27, Midnight Storm has since run fourth in the Grade I, Kilroe Mile at Santa Anita and a disappointing seventh in the Grade I, mile and an eighth Turf Classic at Churchill Downs Kentucky Derby Day. He is 15-5-3-0 overall with earnings of $591,110.TWENTYTWENTYVISION: The 5-year-old gelding by Pollard’s Vision trained by Richard Mandella will seek his first added money victory Saturday but is well on his way to making a name for himself. The least experienced in the field with only 10 lifetime starts but continually improving, Twentytwentyvision has never run out of the money, whether on dirt or grass and will be reunited with Flavien Prat Saturday. He is 10-4-3-3 overall with $289,480 in earnings.
After amassing millions in his budding NBA career, Kyrie Irving has never forgotten to give back to his parents.ADVERTISEMENT Heart Evangelista admits she’s pregnant… with chicken LATEST STORIES Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games MOST READ The Cleveland Cavaliers’ starting point guard handed out the perfect Father’s Day gift to his dad, Drederick—a remodeled home.With the help of interior design professionals from the hit series “My Houzz,” Irving and his sister Asia redecorated their childhood home in West County, New Jersey.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“He sacrificed a lot,” Irving described his father, who continues to live in their old house. “Ultimately gave up his dream to play basketball professionally [to support the family].”After two months of renovation, Kyrie escorted his dad to his newly fixed place and was greeted by a more spacious layout and a modernized design. Vowing to return, Rodman wraps up low-key Pyongyang visit 1 dead in Cavite blast, fire WATCH: Firefighters rescue baby seal found in parking garage The highlight of the house, meanwhile, remained to be the family’s trophy room, where the elder Irving kept all of his children’s trophies and other mementos.Kyrie couldn’t help but get choked up after seeing how his father kept every trophy he has had.Drederick, on the other hand, seemed quite delighted with his new home.“I’m just so grateful for Asia and Kyrie,” he said. “Just a good feeling as a parent to know your kids have your back and they think about you. It’s just a nice gesture on their part.”The “My Houzz” series documents public figures as they surprise a close family member with a home renovation. Previous episodes featured the likes of Kirsten Bell, Mila Kunis and Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, among others. Khristian Ibarrola /raADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Heart Evangelista admits she’s pregnant… with chicken What ‘missteps’? World’s 50 Best Restaurants launches new drinking and dining guide Jordan delivers on promise: 2 Cobra choppers now in PH View comments