Jamgrass legends Leftover Salmon brought their wares to San Francisco, CA last night, hitting the famed The Fillmore venue along their winter tour. The stop in San Francisco had a surprise visitor, however, as the band called upon Bill Kreutzmann to lend a hand on an appropriate Grateful Dead cover.Kreutzmann joined the fold for a great rendition of “Playing In The Band,” a hitting choice considering he was literally playing in the band. Check out a video of the performance below, courtesy of Benjy Eisen.Kreutzmann also played on “New Speedway Boogie” with Salmon, adding his drums to the celebratory performance. The show was also held on the 50th anniversary of the Human Be In, which took place in San Francisco, and the energy of that historic moment was felt by all in attendance.You can see the band’s video of “New Speedway” embedded below.[Cover photo via acidpalace // Instagram]
Versailles, IN — The Ripley County Health Department has announced the County’s guide to planning events of over 250 people as per the Indiana Governor’s Executive Order that all event organizers within the State of Indiana must develop and submit plans for events with more than 250 attendees to their respective County Health Department.This requirement applies to all seasonal and special events to include fairs, festivals, parades, graduations, outdoor concerts, outdoor movies (other than drive-ins), family reunions, conferences or weddings. Plans will need to be submitted 14 business days prior to the event to Ripley County Health Department and can be emailed to [email protected] or mailed to RCHD P.O. Box 745, Versailles, IN 47042Plans MUST address the following:• Capacity limits:Steps shall be to be taken to ensure capacity does not exceed the limits set by the Indiana Governor Executive• Guest information:Event organizers shall maintain a list of event attendees for 30 days following the end of the event.Ensure guests are informed to stay home if sick or part of a vulnerable population. Ensure guests are informed to stay home if sick, part of the vulnerable population, have recently traveled to a known COVID-19 problem area as well if have had recent contact with a presumptive COVID-19 positive or confirmed COVID-19 positive• Staff and Volunteer ScreeningPlans must be in place for the screening of guests upon arrival for COVID-19 symptoms.• Social Distancing MeasuresMultiple entrances/exits, designated seating, one-way traffic flow, signage, ground markings• Increased SanitationDetailed steps must be outlined for properly sanitizing event venues including restrooms and frequently touched surfaces.• Face CoveringsPer the Indiana Governor’s Executive Order, effective July 27, 2020, face coverings are required for anyone 8 years or older in all indoor public spaces, commercial entities, transportation services, or in outside public spaces when social distancing of 6 feet cannot be maintained.• Complianceorganizers must identify an event staff or volunteer to make sure people are adhering to the plan.• ApprovalRipley County Health Department must review, approve/disapprove, in writing, all plans prior to the event occurring.
Indian Premier League IPL 2019 CSK vs RR highlights: Chennai Super Kings beat Rajasthan Royals by 8 runs
Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 22:50 (IST) WICKET: Dwayne Bravo sends dangerous Stokes back to the pavilion. He is so close to finishing the game for Rajasthan Royals! 23:27 (IST) 00:11 (IST) 20:11 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In WICKET: Jofra Archer bowls a short of a length delivery and Bravo just couldn’t time it. Another wicket down! WICKET: Watson has to go back! Short of a length delivery from Stokes, Watson tried to play over the third man fielder but went straight into the hands of Archer. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Chennai Super Kings is right on top here. Rajasthan Royals’ half side is back to the pavilion and it wouldn’t be wrong to say that all at sea. After 15 overs, it’s 111/5. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 21:03 (IST) 21:14 (IST) 21:37 (IST) WICKET: Suresh Raina pulls off a blinder there. Another wicket down for Rajasthan Royals! Such has been the story for this team! Gowtham OUT! 23:35 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In RESULT: Chennai Super Kings beat Rajasthan Royals by 8 runs (MS Dhoni 75, Jofra Archer 2/17) ALERT: MS Dhoni brings up his 21st half-century! 23:19 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 20:01 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 21:17 (IST) WICKET: Just a slight nip and through to the keeper. First wicket down for Chennai Super Kings. Ambati Rayudu OUT! 12 needed off the last over! After 9 overs, the match is very well poised with Tripathi and Smith trying to rebuild Rajasthan Royals’ innings. However, this remains to be seen if they can continue this run and help the team to register their first victory. It’s 72/3. Rajasthan Royals are off to a depressing start! Chasing 175, they needed a partnership or two up front. But they have lost three wickets in less than 4 overs. This remains to be seen if they can make any sort of comeback here. After 4 overs, it’s 24/3. 50 up for Rajasthan Royals! That’s it from us! Hope you enjoyed our coverage! We will be back for tomorrow’s game. Till then, Tada! 23:43 (IST) The powerplay belongs to Chennai Super Kings. For Rajasthan, they need more overs like one of Mitchell Santner. With Steve Smith still at the crease, Rajasthan Royals would be aiming for something dramatic! After 6 overs, it’s 45/3. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In A boundary after a long time for Chennai Super Kings! Came from Raina’s bat! Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 21:46 (IST) Chennai Super Kings (Playing XI): Shane Watson, Ambati Rayudu, Suresh Raina, Kedar Jadhav, MS Dhoni(w/c), Dwayne Bravo, Ravindra Jadeja, Deepak Chahar, Shardul Thakur, Mitchell Santner, Imran Tahir 20:46 (IST) 20:42 (IST) 22:38 (IST) Ben Stokes is making Rajasthan Royals believe! Another SIX! 15 needed off 8 balls! Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In For all the Latest Sports News News, Indian Premier League News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 21:45 (IST) Dhawal Kulkarni bowls the first over for Rajasthan Royals! Super seam delivery to start with! Rayudu off the mark on the second delivery! 00:00 (IST) 00:03 (IST) Back to back sixes for DJ Bravo. Momentum shifting Chennai Super Kings way. Dhawal a little expensive here. After 18 overs, it’s 139/4. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In WICKET: Finally some respite for Jaydev Unadkat! His expressions say it all. Big wicket for Rajasthan Royals! Raina departs! After 14 overs, it’s 88/4. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 100 up for Chennai Super Kings Steve Smith and Ben Stokes are trying to take the game as deep as possible. Ticking ones and twos in Imran Tahir’s over to target other bowlers. The required run rate touched 11 now. After 12 overs, it’s 87/4. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 21:26 (IST) Jaydev Unadkat has been once again expensive! Dhoni and Raina have started to see the ball nicely as they are hammering opposition bowlers all-around the ground. 19:59 (IST) 21:48 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In A superb comeback by Chennai Super Kings here. MS Dhoni and Suresh Raina are looking good to finish between 140-150. New Delhi: Ben Stokes’ 46 helped Rajasthan Royals to come close to Chennai Super Kings’ 175, but the individual effort was never enough to help the side secure their first win of the twelfth edition as they lost by mere 8 runs margin at M.A Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai. Rajasthan needs to find the art to finish the games if they are eyeing for a playoffs spot. Chennai, on the other hand, has registered their third win on the trot to become the table toppers. SCORECARD WICKET: Imran Tahir tossed the ball up and Rahul Tripathi tried to flick the ball onto the on the side, gets a top-edge in return and straight to the bowler. Caught and Bowled! Experience is working for Chennai Super Kings here. They lost three quick wickets here, but Suresh Raina and MS Dhoni are playing as per the requirement. Runs are coming for CSK. After 10 overs, it’s 55/3. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 23:49 (IST) 20:09 (IST) 22:00 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In The powerplay belongs to Rajasthan Royals. They have assessed the conditions well and have come into this game with some plans. Chennai has lost two wickets in quick succession. After 7 overs, it’s 34/3. Hello and a warm welcome! We are all set to witness the second game at M.A Chidambaram Stadium as Chennai Super Kings host Rajasthan Royals for a Sunday night blockbuster. Will Chennai go three up or Rajasthan will open their account? – Let’s find out! 19:43 (IST) WICKET: Another wicket down! Jadhav tried to play away from his body but gets an edge and went straight to the keeper. Chennai under serious trouble! The runs are just not coming for Chennai Super Kings here. The way the team is going here, they will finish less than 140. After 17.1 it’s 116/4. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 00:13 (IST) Can we witness something special here? 38 required off 17 balls! Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 19:16 (IST) 19:37 (IST) 23:10 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 23:04 (IST) 22:53 (IST) 20:22 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Okay, so it’s time for last hurdle meeting as Watson and Rayudu start to occupy their respective spot. The stadium is coloured yellow with almost everyone wearing yellow jerseys. Can they deliver again? 20:30 (IST) 23:59 (IST) Rajasthan Royals (Playing XI): Ajinkya Rahane(c), Jos Buttler(w), Sanju Samson, Steven Smith, Ben Stokes, Rahul Tripathi, Krishnappa Gowtham, Jofra Archer, Jaydev Unadkat, Shreyas Gopal, Dhawal Kulkarni Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 19:12 (IST) Teams: Four sixes in the last over, three came from MS Dhoni’s bat. What a man! What a player! Senses the conditions so well, and targets his bowlers. Went after Jaydev Unadkat and Dhawal Kulkarni, eventually finishing at 175/5 in 20 overs. We are just 10 minutes away from the toss! How excited are you? Can we see little changes? Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Rajasthan Royals is playing with the same team as they played against Sunrisers Hyderabad. Chennai Super Kings, on the other hand, has made one change, bringing Santner in place of Harbhajan. TOSS: Rajasthan Royals opt to bowl 19:34 (IST) WICKET: A low full toss and Steve Smith get the toe of the bat. Rajasthan now 5 down. Just a small niggle for Ambati Rayudu here. Further, Chennai Super Kings is off to a cautious start. After 1.4 overs, it’s 1/0. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 20:55 (IST)
Prior to the 2019 season, Alberici would’ve been right. Cook’s goal would’ve been nullified when he landed in the crease, but a rule change supported by a majority of Division I coaches legalized the play this year. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe reincorporation of the crease dive into college lacrosse this season has caused ire among the coaches who initially supported it. In eliminating a rule designed to protect goalies, the rules committee also inadvertently created a massive grey area while trying to pare down subjectivity in the sport that added a shot clock in 2019. The crease dive has led to more controversy than highlight-reel plays. As it became clear coaches had soured on the rule change, The Daily Orange interviewed 16 Division I head coaches throughout the course of the season and found the changes led to frustration and confusion among players, referees and coaches. • • •Prior to 2019, the rules surrounding offensive players and the crease were clear-cut: At no point could an offensive player touch the crease and if at any point any part of an attack’s body touched the crease line or within, it was a violation and a turnover.But on May 27, 2017, nearly two decades after it was banned in the summer of 1998, momentum for bringing the dive back swung at the final four. With less than 1:30 to play in a national semifinal between Denver and Maryland, the Terrapins clung to a one-goal edge when Matt Rambo fed Colin Heacock, who flailed midair in front of cage and scored. The goal was disallowed when his right foot landed on the crease line.On the other end with 9.2 seconds remaining, the Pioneers thought they had tied it when Connor Donahue curled around his defender and scored, flying past the right side of the cage and landing in the back of the crease. A referee stormed into the crease and waved off the goal. Maryland went on to win. Facebook Twitter Google+ Army head coach Joe Alberici kept his face inches from a referee, berating him for what he called a poor explanation of “as obvious as a call I’ve ever seen missed on a lacrosse field.”Moments earlier, Syracuse attack Griffin Cook dodged from X, curled back to his left and stumbled toward the crease. Cook took flight parallel to the goal line and goalie AJ Barretto stepped up as defender Jordan Cole planted his stick across Cook’s left side. Officials rushed to the crease and ruled Cook’s midair attempt a good goal. When the explanation didn’t add up, Alberici lost it. “That’s a penalty,” Alberici said of Cook’s dive. “It’s obvious. You can go to the video and that’s a goal taken off and a man-up for us.” After the game, Denver coach Bill Tierney, who declined to comment for this story, called the rule “silly.” “To see young men work as hard as they do and make that kind of athletic effort and have some guy in stripes say, ‘No, no, no,’” Tierney said that day.In the year that followed, there was growing momentum to permit goals like the ones disallowed in 2017. Sacred Heart coach Jon Basti, a member of the rules committee, pushed heavily for the change. Basti referenced several instances where his own team was penalized for what he felt should be goals. Basti proposed the crease dive to the rules committee, he said, at first to mixed reception. Eventually, the committee came around to the notion that if the ball crosses the goal line before the player lands, the goal should count. Besides Basti, the other rules committee members either couldn’t be reached for or declined to comment. The new rule incorporates four concurrent factors: Whether or not the dive began outside the crease, the direction of the dive, if a push occurred and if there was contact with the ground and/or goalie before or after the ball crossed the goal line. If a player dives from outside the crease and away from the goalie and the ball crosses the goal line before they land, the goal should count. Any contact with the goalie before the ball crosses wipes the play. But an NCAA officiating crew of three has to absorb all that information and make a decision almost instantly.“The officials are put in a very, very difficult spot,” North Carolina head coach Joe Breschi said. “And at the end of the day, I don’t see how you can judge that while you’re looking at the guys’ feet who is diving.”National Intercollegiate Lacrosse Officials Association President Brian Abbott could not be reached for comment for this story. Amy | Nakamura | Co-Digital EditorCoaches understand the predicament the officials are in, but it doesn’t do anything to stymie their displeasure when a call goes against them. That’s why Alberici argued so fiercely earlier this season. Cook dove into Barretto, so he had to be going toward the goal mouth and should’ve been assessed a penalty, Alberici said. Therein lies the issue of the “goal mouth,” which the NCAA defines as “the area directly in front of the goal cage, including the goal line, where the goalkeeper is located and plays his position.” Coaches and officials have interpreted the goal mouth’s definition and location differently. Syracuse head coach John Desko alluded that anything across the face of the goal, similar to Cook’s dive, should be allowed. Alberici noted Cook dove into the “snowcone” — a triangle area between the goalposts and the top of the crease. None of this acknowledges that goalies move around. “Who cares where he dove from,” ESPN lacrosse analyst Paul Carcaterra said. “The rule is so ridiculous that if a player dove towards the goal mouth on an empty net with no goalie in cage, it’s a no goal. That’s how silly the rule is.”And still, officials haven’t established a consistent standard.“We’ve had a scenario where one of our kids dives in and it’s a goal and we watch it on film the next day and it’s like, ‘Oh my god, that was a terrible call,’” Navy head coach Rick Sowell said. “And then we’ve had situations where we thought a guy was diving away from the goal mouth and scored a goal, no contact, and we’ve been down a minute, non-releasable,” Sowell added.“I think it’s just too difficult of a call.”• • •Desko has been adamant that the rule won’t survive beyond two years. He hasn’t come up with answers for how to defend a player diving, and where you can and can’t dive to and from. Desko’s also still searching for a consistent standard from officiating crews. Others aren’t so certain of the rule’s demise. It’s unlikely the committee abandons a new rule so quickly. Instead, coaches predict there will be tweaks and refinements to the current interpretation, similar to the way college football’s targeting rule transformed in its early seasons. Desko himself once suggested limiting the origin of dives to behind the cage. Several coaches mentioned physically painting the “snowcone” on the field, however unlikely. Breschi acknowledged his pipe dream of expanding the crease.Amy | Nakamura | Co-Digital EditorInstant replay was suggested and even supported by coaches, but as the shot clock came to life and the substitution box shrunk — all in the name of speeding up the game — the idea of adding delays for replay wasn’t palatable. Carcaterra, who himself likes the dive but called the current situation a “hot mess” provided a simple solution: Allow all dives and only wave off goals if the offensive player initiates contact with the goalie. He contends that it answers the player safety question for goalies while eliminating the need to look at the direction of the dive and whether a push altered it. The referees just have to judge who initiated contact when it happens.“The ball crosses the plane before he lands in the crease and he makes no contact with the goalie, it should be a goal,” Carcaterra said. “It’s that simple.”Regardless of potential fixes, every coach seems to have a story about the play they couldn’t get a satisfactory answer to. Or the time they had a goal disallowed and went to the man-down. Or saw a play the next day and knew they got away with one. The only thing they know when it comes to crease dives is that they can’t be sure of anything.“I think the frustration’s lie in the fact that it’s so inconsistently called and discussed every time,” Breschi said. “It’s so hard to judge. What just happened? That’s the frustration.” Comments Published on May 25, 2019 at 10:27 am Contact Andrew: [email protected] | @A_E_Graham