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Unique Supergroups Shine Brightly On Beanstalk Music Festival’s Complete Lineup

first_imgSituated in beautiful Westcliffe, CO, Beanstalk Music & Mountains Festival returns from June 10-12, 2016. The jam-oriented event is hosted by The Magic Beans, cultivating quite the following through tireless efforts in the state of Colorado. The band will perform three times at their own festival, but today’s announcement focuses on the new additions to the 2016 lineup.With previously announced sets from Electron, The Main Squeeze, Nigel Hall Band, Ben Silver and more, the newly completed lineup takes things to the next level. theNEWDEAL have been added, as well as a collaboration called New Elastic Time ft. Michael Kang, Jason Hann, and Michael Travis of String Cheese Incident with Jamie Shields of tND. Without A Net: A Tribute To The Grateful Dead has been added as well, reprising a pair of concerts with Todd Stoops, Allen Aucoin, Reed Mathis, Marcus Rezak, and Hayley Jane. CIA has also been announced, a collective featuring Clay Parnell, Ian McGuire and Allen Aucoin.Other additions include RAQ, Orgone, Kitchen Dwellers, Tom Hamilton’s American Babies, Greener Grounds, Brothers Gow and so many more. With such great music nestled in the rich Colorado mountains, there’s no excuse not to be there.Check out the full lineup below, and head to Beanstalk’s website for details.Beanstalk Music & Mountains Festival LineupThe Magic Beans (3 Nights)Electron (2 sets)The New DealNew Elastic Time (featuring Michael Kang, Jason Hann, and Michael Travis of The String Cheese Incident, and Jamie Shields of The New Deal) (2 sets)Without a Net: A Tribute to the Grateful Dead (featuring Todd Stoops – Raq, Allen Aucoin – TDB, Reed Mathis – Billy and the Kids/Tea Leaf Green, Marcus Rezak – Stratosphere All-Stars, and Hayley Jane)The Main Squeeze (2 Sets – Motown set and original Set)RAQNigel Hall BandOrgoneBen Silver of Orchard Lounge (Late Night)CIA featuring Allen Aucoin – TDB, Clay Parnell – Particle/American Babies, Ian McGuire – Sonic Spank (Late Night)Kitchen Dwellers (2 Nights)Tom Hamilton’s American BabiesVibe StreetGipsy MoonBrothers GowSpaffordGreener GroundsSkydyedMalai LlamaHog McgundyThe HornitzMama Magnolia Honors David BowieCyclesThe RunnikineMantaraylast_img read more

Syracuse runs out of gas, suffers 83-77 loss to Pittsburgh

first_imgPITTSBURGH — Bible scriptures, breakfast, a team meeting, then mac and cheese. Naptime, then basketball.The scriptures change regularly, but the post-meeting meal doesn’t. For Kaleb Joseph, the first game day since Syracuse announced a self-imposed postseason ban was hardly different. In fact, for him and the rest of the Orange on Saturday was better than most.Jim Boeheim wasn’t any slower to yank players off the court for mistakes — B.J. Johnson for not covering his corner of the zone, Joseph for traveling — but they all seemed to play faster, more freely. And for much of the evening, his players looked more like the unblinking program that’s lit up arenas around the country for the past several seasons than the mechanical, bench-less SU team that’s struggled through much of this season.The latter kind of Orange team wasn’t on the floor in front of 12,508 at the Petersen Events Center on Saturday night. But as SU (15-8, 6-4 Atlantic Coast) failed to slow down a hot-shooting Pittsburgh (16-8, 5-5) team down the stretch, Boeheim’s team was once again a losing one, 83-77 — despite one of its best showings of the season.“We played better tonight than in three or four games in the league that we won,” Boeheim said.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWith Rakeem Christmas winning a long tip back to Joseph, Syracuse’s game against Pittsburgh on Saturday began like so many have for the Orange this year.On the game’s first possession, Christmas tried backing down his man. On SU’s first half-court defensive possession, the 2-3 zone kept the Panthers stuck on the perimeter.The ban wasn’t changing the basketball game, just the number of them left in the season. When Joseph’s 3 gave Syracuse 57-53 lead with 12:03 left in the game, SU looked headed for its best ACC win of the season.As another deflected Pitt pass bounced out of bounds, sending both teams to their benches for a media timeout 21 seconds later. The arena filled with chants of “Let’s Go Orange” from traveling members of Otto’s Army.“I said before the game, you have to play for each other,” SU guard Trevor Cooney said. “That’s how we should be playing, really.”Syracuse was showing off previously untapped weapons.Ron Patterson ran the floor well, controlled the top of the zone and punctuated his 16-minute showing with an alley-oop to Christmas. Even Johnson contributed in seven minutes, recovering from early defensive struggles to contribute.“When you’re in one of those modes and just playing off instincts,” Johnson said, “you’re out there and it’s good.”But like nearly every team Syracuse has faced this season, the Panthers had more weapons. They played nine players to SU’s seven. Sheldon Jeter is only averaging about 10 minutes per game, but he dropped 18 points in 23 minutes, scoring 15 points in 15 second half minutes.His putback with 30 seconds remaining gave Pittsburgh an 82-77 lead. It ultimately left Joseph to take a 3 in desperation, down by six with 16 seconds to play.Jeter stopped that too, and Joseph’s shot fell three feet short of the rim.“The biggest thing is just realizing it’s a basketball season, there’s always going to be a lot of ups and downs,” Joseph said.It’s just that the biggest down of SU’s season was followed by one of its greatest ups. And that was a loss, too. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on February 7, 2015 at 6:28 pm Contact Jacob: [email protected] | @Jacob_Klinger_last_img read more

European Championship in Sitting Volleyball: BiH defeated the Host, Croatia

first_imgAfter consecutively winning nine gold medals at European championships in sitting volleyball, the national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina won the bronze medal for the first time in 20 years. BiH defeated Croatia for the third place of the European Championship in Porec with a result of 3:0 (25:21, 25:16, 25:18).We won the first bronze medal in 1997 at the championship in Estonia and since then, our team has been winning only gold medals – nine gold medals at nine European championships.Despite the fact that they did not win gold this time and reach the 10th consecutive European gold, the players of our national team deserve congratulations for maintaining the continuity in winning medals. In the semifinals, we were defeated by Russia, which will play against Ukraine in the final at 2:30 p.m. today.The first set against Croatia was equal until right before the end when our volleyball players achieved an advantage of four points (24:20) and concluded the set with the result 25:21 for the lead in the match with a score of 1:0.In the second set, our national team started playing better. We took the lead with 12:4, when it became expected that we would win the second set. In the end, the score was 25:16 for our team and we led the Croatians with 2:0.The third set, similar to the previous, did not bring much more uncertainty, so our volleyball players generally had an advantage of at least three points difference and finally finished the set with a result of 25:18 and a final victory with a 3:0 result.Mirzet Duran (12) and Safet Alibasic (10) were the highest scoring players in our team, while Ivan Cosis (8) and Sinisa Milicevic (7) scored the highest points for the Croatian team.(Source: Klix.ba / photo: bhrt.ba)last_img read more