Dopapod Plays Tribute To Pink Floyd At Resonance Fest [Full-Set Audio]

first_imgOn Friday night, during a late-night Resonance Fest performance at Legend Valley in Thorville, OH, progressive jam rockers Dopapod took on a special tribute to Pink Floyd for those in attendance. The set featured truly old-school tracks such as “Several Species Of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together In A Cave And Grooving With A Pict” from 1969’s Ummagumma, along with “Bike” from Piper At The Gates of Dawn (1967), and “Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun” from A Saucerful of Secrets (1968).Classics like “Echoes”, “Welcome To The Machine”, a set-closing “Run Like Hell” rounded out the performance nicely. The show also marked Dopapod’s first since reuniting with former drummer Neal “Fro” Evans, getting fans excited for future shows with the funky drummer ahead.Check out full audio of the performance, courtesy of taper Douglas Zupan:Dopapod is hitting the road hard next month with Pigeons Playing Ping Pong. The co-headline tour will feature full sets from both bands, covering most of the eastern half of the country. Check out the full schedule below. Tickets and show information can be found at both Dopapod and Pigeons Playing Ping Pong‘s band websites.For fans of guitarist Rob Compa and keyboardist Eli Winderman, you can catch the Dopapod members play a very special set with Roosevelt Collier, Michael League (Snarky Puppy), and Adrian Tramontano (Kung Fu) at Brooklyn Comes Alive. The complete festival lineup features members of Dead & Co., String Cheese Incident, The Disco Biscuits, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, and so many more. Set for October 22, 2016, the second annual event will span three of Brooklyn’s most popular venues — Brooklyn Bowl, The Hall at MP, and Music Hall of Williamsburg — all within a 10 minute walking radius. Tickets to the event grants you access to all three venues, and can be found here. More information can be found on the event’s website.Dopapod ‘Pink Floyd’ Setlist – Legend Valley – Thornville, OH – 9/23/16Several Species Of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together In A Cave And Grooving With A PictEchoesBike >Young LustFearlessSet The Controls For The Heart Of The SunWelcome To The MachineSheep >Run Like Helllast_img read more

Outdoor Updates: Women’s Outdoor Workshops offered in Georgia

first_imgBack home, his family, including his pregnant wife, organized search and rescue efforts. Laga says he could see helicopters flying overhead but they were unable to spot him. He reports he survived by eating insects that tasted like “unbuttered popcorn,” berries and drinking creek water. Laga caught a lucky break when he stumbled into a campsite around 1 a.m., drawn in by the light of the camper’s headlamp. “I was very gifted, blessed and protected,” Laga told ABC. “As much as a lot of things went wrong, there were a lot of key things that went right—if I had not gone that way, if I had met an animal, if it would have been rainy at night, there were a lot of things that could have gone wrong that didn’t.”  Learn to fish, backpack and more at an upcoming workshop hosted by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. The department will hold a Becoming Outdoors Woman (BOW) workshop November 1-3 at the Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center near Mansfield, GA. The hands-on workshop is an educational program available to women 18 years or older of all ability levels. The goal is to break down barriers to female participation in outdoor activities. Available classes include wildlife photography, wilderness survival, camping, fishing and more. Between meals and special presentations and events, women can choose from 20 professionally led classes. Registration for BOW is now open. Participants can bring their tent and own gear or stay at the lodge at Charlie Elliott. The cost of the weekend event is between $220- $265, depending on lodging. To learn more or register for BOW visit: www.georgiawildlife.com/BOW Utah native Kaden Laga, 25, was riding horses along the border of Idaho and Montana with his family last week when his brother’s horse went lame. A strong hiker, Laga volunteered to walk. But somewhere along the way, Laga took a wrong turn off of the trail and separated from the group, wandering deep into the woods where he remained lost for five days.  Hiker lost in rugged Montana wilderness survives for five days on creek water and berries The Amazon Rainforest is unique because it receives such large amounts of rain that it does not burn naturally. Instead, slash-and-burn deforestation techniques used by humans have started the fires in the world’s largest tropical rainforest. According to Vox, the Amazon Rainforest has experienced a record number of fires this year, with 72,843 reported so far. Like much of the world, the Amazon Rainforest is currently burning Yesterday, day turned to night in Sao Paulo, Brazil, as dark smoke from fires burning in the Amazon Rainforest over 1,675 miles away caused a blackout throughout the city. The Brazilian state of Amazonas has declared a state of emergency. The smoke from fires burning in the rainforest is covering large areas of Brazil, Bolivia and Paraguay. Women’s Outdoor Workshops offered in Georgialast_img read more

3 men hack couple over ‘old grudge’

first_imgThe 44-year-old Joseph Besanes and his wife Jerose, 38, sustained hack wounds on the body, a police report showed.  They received treatment at the Angel Salazar Memorial General Hospital in San Jose, Antique.  Officers of the Pantongon police station have yet to arrest the suspects, who fled after the incident./PN Police investigators said prior to the hacking, there was an altercation between the couple and the suspects around 9:30 p.m. on June 3.  The suspects were identified as Raymond Alagos, 22; his younger brother Valentin, 17; and Junie Alagos, 47, the report added. ILOILO City – Old grudge was seen as the motive in the hacking of a couple in Barangay Pandanan, Patnongon, Antique, police said.last_img

Hall of Fame Reminder

first_imgI hope you have your tickets for this year’s Ripley County Basketball Hall of Fame Banquet.  After all, it will be held tomorrow night at South Ripley High School.  The banquet will begin at 7 and the awards will follow at 8.  You do need  tickets in hand to get in.It is always an enjoyable evening, and you will be amazed at the accomplishments of the inductees. It is always fun to hear the basketball stories–some from many years ago.  Hope I will see a lot of you at South Ripley tomorrow night.last_img