Ever the masters of pop-funk, Vulfpeck recently returned with their newest studio effort, The Beautiful Game. In our review, we went in-depth into each track on the album, capturing The Beautiful Game and all of its quirks within the Vulfpeck catalog. At the heart of it all is an insatiable groove, powered by Jack Stratton, Theo Katzman, Joe Dart and Woody Goss.Today, the band has shared their brand new music video for the track “Daddy, He Got A Tesla.” With more of a space-funk Herbie Hancock vibe to it, “Daddy, He Got A Tesla” is a bit of a departure from Vulfpeck’s sound, but they master it all the same. The song includes collaborators Joey Dosik, Pegasus Warning and Jamire Williams, all adding their soulful sounds and musicianship to the tune.Check out the band’s new video, which premiered just now on Facebook, below.
St. Louis 7th Grade VolleyballThe St. Louis Cardinal 7th Grade Volleyball team fell short against the North Decatur Charges. 25-19, 25-10.The Cardinals came out strong in the first game and kept it close until the end. Although, the Cardinals struggle to get anything started in the second game. Hope Kroen served up 6 points followed by Kate Weber with 3 points and Allie Savage with a 1 point. Lilly Schebler and Kroen passed well to setup for the offense. The offense was led by Isabell Wonnell and Olivia Freeland at the net with a spike each.St. Louis 8th Grade VolleyballSt. Louis Cardinal 8th Grade Volleyball Team started out slow in the first game but stepped it up to pull it out in the end. Although, the Cardinals pushed the first game out they were sluggish in the second and third game. 24-25, 25-16, 15-3.The top servers were Chelsea Robertson and Ellie Cornett with 7 points and 5 points respectively. Audrey Beiser contributed 3 points followed by Regina Gerstbauer with 2 points and Elizabeth Gigrich and Ava Allen 1 point each. The offense was led by Faith Tekulve with 11 spikes which includes 3 kills.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Jennifer Meer.
Indianapolis, In. — Two local 4-Hers won big at the Indiana State Fair.Hope Flaspholder earned the “Supreme Livestock Showman” honor. She and her sheep competed against five other division winners. Hope is a nine year 4-H member.Ten-year member, Luke Hass won the Indiana State Fair Public Speaking Trip Award. Hass is now eligible for a leadership trip to Washington D.C. later this year.
The Power lost to the previously winless Tulsa Talons 45-22. Maybe Pittsburgh was under the incorrect assumption that Tulsa had to still be licking their wounds after a 69-20 drubbing at the hands of the Arizona Rattlers. Instead it appeared that Tulsa was licking their chops at the prospect of facing the “new kids” on the block. This game was a “turnover fest” for Pittsburgh. The Power ended the game with five turnovers. In the land of midget or any other football league, amateur or professional, it is very difficult to win if your team commits five turnovers. Power Head Coach Chris Siegfried put it this way, “There’s not many teams you can turn the ball over to five times and win in this league. Well coach I am in complete agreement with you. Although Morelli threw his first AFL touchdown pass, he still appeared to be a bit “skittish” in the pocket. Morelli does not seem to be the short or long term answer for the Power at QB. The “bye” week for the Power will not be a time to relax. They have to get their offense at least semi-healthy until starting quarterback Bernard Morris is healthy because as we all should know at least by now; in the NFL defense wins championships, in the AFL offense will more than likely win the Holy Grail.Lip serviceThere was a schoolmate who I despised. He really got on my last nerve. I was a tad bit apprehensive about fighting this boy. Don’t ask me why, I had never seen him fight but this was just a vibe that I had. However, I mustered up enough nerve to challenge this “cat” and I lost the fight. A few months later, we rumbled again and I lost that contest as well. I am not a dodo bird. There was not going to be a third fight because I was not going to lose three successive battles to him or any other person.Take the Pitt men’s’ basketball team led by Head Coach Jamie Dixon. For the second year in a row, Dixon’s group of six foot plus couch potatoes were getting their snacks ready in preparation to view the NCAA championship game between Butler and the University of Connecticut. Some people are again describing Butler’s ascension as a storybook scenario. Last year Butler may have composed a “storybook” but this year the small school has published a “textbook.” Butler is writing a new manual; the title is “How to beat the Big Boys.” How could Butler’s head Coach Brad Stevens not have won coach of the year?Dixon may have won the coach of the year award but Stevens is winning the big games. See, the coach of the year award has been in a few glaring cases awarded as a result of the politics of who you know as opposed to what is actually happening on the court. Butler is 10-1 in their last 11 NCAA tournament appearances. Butler does not mind getting grimy and sweaty doing all of the little things to make life a bed of roses for themselves a bed of nails for their opponents. Hey get this; Butler has an approximate student population of less than 4437 students. The University of Pittsburgh on the other hand has over 27,000 students.The Pitt “ZOO” student body fan club has approximately 1400 members. That number is just 79 students shy of equaling one-third of the total student population of Butler.How can such a small school win the big games? Well in my opinion, humility, tenacity and great coaching. Your squad has to be totally and genuinely humble.Not the artificial humility displayed on the press conference podium after another predictable loss but a strong and truly gracious humility. Secondly, when no one expects your team to do much of anything, then your players have to have and display the tenacity of a school of piranhas.The game plan must be just as tenacious and fearless as the players on the court. A game plan cannot be tailored on how to badger and work certain officials. Trying to manipulate the psyches of certain officials so that calls will go your way takes the focus away from you strategizing so that the game will go your way. We should be so lucky to have the Butler “ambiance” and attitude at Pitt.(Aubrey Bruce can be reached at: [email protected] or 412-583-6741.) Hey, just when I was flexing my muscles when it came to the Pittsburgh Power, reality stepped in and won over imagination. The reality is that this is a “rookie” franchise with a lot of growing to do. First of all let’s discuss the position of quarterback. The loss of the mobility and ability of starting QB Bernard Morris who is currently on injured reserve was evident as 2nd team QB Kevin McCabe struggled mightily and was eventually yanked for 3rd stringer Anthony Morelli, the former Penn State star who for all intents and purposes was even worse. McCabe, who is known for his accurate passing but not his mobility, did not display the precision that is normally his calling card.
Derry City’s substitutes were the key to unlocking the Finn Harps defence in this rather scrappy JJ Reid Trophy game at Finn Park this afternoon.Both sides used the challenge game to blood a number of players.Derry were on top for most of the game and deserved their 2-1 victory. Harps keeper Ciaran Gallagher by far the busier of the two net-minders in the opening half and made a number of stops.Goals by Rory Patterson in the 40th minute and fellow sub Ryan Curran in the 87th minute gave the Candystripes a deserved two goal cushion.Harps’ Paul McVeigh popped up in injury time to head in from a corner to grab a consolation goal for the home side. DERRY BEAT HARPS IN SCRAPPY JJ REID FINAL was last modified: February 24th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:derry cityfinn harpsJJ Reid Trophy
Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, December 17, 2017 – Nassau – The Hon. Frankie Campbell, Minister of Transport and Local Government, presented the International Maritime Organization (IMO) special recognition award to Campbell Shipping Company Limited (“Campbell”), December 14, 2017 at the Ministry’s offices.The award was received by Captain Rajesh Dhadwal, Managing Director/CEO of Campbell Shipping, on behalf of the entire Campbell team of over 400 people on board and ashore. The award was received for the effort of the crew of CS Caprice who rescued over 510 migrants. Article 98 of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and regulation V/33 of the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea places duty on ships trading worldwide, to assist those in distress or in danger of being lost at sea.The recent Mediterranean migrant crisis saw one of the greatest movements of displaced persons and caused grave concerns to the lives of migrants crossing the sea in grossly overloaded, unsafe vessels resulting in the loss of thousands of lives. In the period from January 2014 to December 2015 in the Mediterranean Sea alone, over 1,350 merchant vessels diverted from their intended voyage to rescue over 57,000 mixed migrants in danger of being lost at sea, a number unprecedented in history.CS Caprice, a vessel managed by Campbell shipping, on 22nd October 2014, was called upon for an unprecedented task to rescue 510 migrants, which included men, women and children. The extraordinary efforts, great skills, courage, professionalism and selfless concerns for others was demonstrated by the Campbell Shipping team to undertake the successful rescue operations without any loss of lives. After the rescue operations the team of CS Caprice, comprising 20 crew, ensured all 510 migrants were cared for including safety, food and clothing, medical attention for days before they safely disembarked. The IMO special recognition was issued to commend the Campbell ship and all the team members for their bravery, professionalism and compassion embodying the highest traditions of the sea.CS Caprice rescue operations, to present, remains the largest successful operations undertaken by a commercial vessel in modern history. In addition to the award, the Secretary General of the IMO, Kitack Lim, sent a communication to the Company, which conveyed the commendation of the IMO Assembly in which he stated “I also wish to take this opportunity to add my own warm appreciation for your remarkable effort, of which you can be rightly proud. The bravery, professionalism and compassion, embodying the highest tradition of the sea, displayed by all of you are truly noteworthy.”International Maritime Organization is a specialized agency of the United Nations based in London. The IMO is the global standard-setting authority for the safety, security and environmental performance of international shipping. Its main role is to create a regulatory framework for the shipping industry that is fair and effective, universally adopted and universally implemented. The Bahamas is a member of the of the IMO’s executive council.Campbell Shipping is the ship management branch of the Campbell Group of Companies, originally founded and established by Scottish Naval Architect, George T. R. Campbell. The Company maintains its principal office in Nassau, The Bahamas, and operates an office in Mumbai, India.Press Release: BISPhoto Caption: Minister of Transport and Local Government, the Hon. Frankie Campbell, right, presented the International Maritime Organization (IMO) special recognition award to Campbell Shipping Company Limited (“Campbell”), represented by Captain Rajesh Dhadwal, December 14, 2017 at the Ministry’s offices.(BIS Photo/Patrick Hanna) Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
There is a lot of talk around Virat Kohli, around RCB, around the plethora of stars in their team, around their title jinx. The captain himself has conceded that there is frustration at not winning the title, he has said that his side needed to make smarter decisions when up against pressure scenarios, but at the same time, he has made it sure to put it out there that any judgements about his career based on an IPL silverware will never bother him.”I am doing what I am supposed to do. I don’t care whether I am going to be judged on this [not winning IPL] or not. There is no real, sort of, parameters you set. I try to perform wherever I can. I try to win all the possible titles, but sometimes it just doesn’t happen. We have to be practical about why we haven’t won one. That boils down to bad decision-making in pressure situations,” Kohli said on the eve of the first encounter with CSK.CSK, KXIP with a noble gesture MS Dhoni and CSK with a noble gestureVipin Pawar/IPL/SPORTZPICSChennai Super Kings, in a noble gesture, have announced that they will donate the ticket proceeds of their IPL 2019 opening match to the families of those killed in the Pulwama terror attack in February. MS Dhoni, who is also an honorary lieutenant colonel of the Indian Territorial Army, will present a cheque in this regard.Also, Kings XI Punjab has also announced that they will donate Rs 5 lakh to each of the families of the martyred soldiers.Mumbai jolted before the season Lasith MalingaINDRANIL MUKHERJEE/AFP/Getty ImagesSri Lankan captain Lasith Malinga has ruled himself out of at least the first six IPL matches for Mumbai Indians so that he can qualify with Sri Lanka for the World Cup. Sri Lanka’s selectors have already said that the players need to play in the forthcoming Super Provincial One Day domestic tournament if they have to be considered for the World Cup. Thus, Malinga has now opted to fulfil the requirement. Warner gets himself coloured in Holi festivities David WarnerIANSAs the country indulged in Holi festivities, David Warner shared a throwback picture of himself with a holi special from India many years ago. The left-hander makes a return to Sunrisers Hyderabad after serving a ban of one year in 2018.
If you are ill and scheduled for a medical procedure, keep calm as feeling high levels of distress, fear and hostility prior to undergoing a surgery like angioplasty may lead to poor outcome, said a study.“I was surprised by this result. Prior to this study, I did not believe patient mood could have an effect on outcome,” said study author Nadja Kadom, acting associate professor of radiology at Emory University School of Medicine.The team analysed the results of 230 patients, including 120 women and 110 men (mean age 55 years) who underwent interventional radiology procedures including vascular and kidney interventions. Upon arriving for their procedure, patients were asked to complete a questionnaire called the Positive Affect Negative Affect Schedule (PANAS) to assess their mood. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Using a five-point rating scale, the patients reported to what extent they felt strong, alert, determined and other positive feeling states and to what degree they were experiencing negative feelings, such as guilt, nervousness or irritability. Dr Kadom and fellow researchers grouped the patients based on high and low scores for positive affect and high and low scores for negative affect.Those groups were then correlated with the occurrence of adverse events during the procedures, such as a prolonged lack of oxygen, low or high blood pressure, post-operative bleeding or an abnormally slow heart rate. The data revealed that patients with a high negative affect experienced significantly more adverse events than patients with low negative affect. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixOf the 104 patients with high negative affect, 23 (22 per cent) had an adverse event, compared to 15 (12 per cent) of the 126 patients with low negative affect.“Our study shows that mood matters. You don’t need to have a chipper, cheery attitude prior to your procedure. You just have to overcome negative emotions and get to a neutral level,” noted Dr Elvira V Lang, interventional radiologist in Boston.The health care teams should be trained in resilience and techniques to create their own positive emotional states, as well as coping strategies to help patients modify negative emotions and reframe their mindset prior to undergoing a procedure, the authors noted.