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]
Tarcoola River Residences.The residences are also big on creature comforts with a range of opulent appointments and luxury fixtures, fittings and finishes.Residents will have access to a private rooftop terrace with stunning views, a wet edge pool and barbecue and entertainment area.The four-level building is one of Chevron Island’s first residential apartment offerings in almost eight years. Tarcoola River Residences.“Buyers have been drawn to Chevron Island for the cafes and restaurants and village lifestyle together, Mr Pancur said.“Also being walking distance to the new Gold Coast Cultural precinct has gained interest from buyers.”Construction is expected to be complete in September. Tarcoola River Residences is at 35-37 Tarcoola Cres. Tarcoola River Residences.“Five residences have sold to local Gold Coast buyers all seeking a boutique development with fewer apartments,” Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty director for projects Patrick Pancur said.“Our penthouse is currently under negotiation from an international buyer from the UK which will become a second holiday home from their prime residence.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa19 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago“ The buyers see the Gold Coast as a lifestyle and sea change.Priced from $579,000, features are set to include high ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, bi-fold doors and balconies. Tarcoola River Residences.DOWNSIZING Gold Coast buyers have snapped up five apartments at new Chevron Island development, Tarcoola River Residences. Designed locally by Burleigh Design architects the project is being developed by Four Bro Developments Pty Ltd.The $13 million development will house three two-bedroom apartments, 12 two-bedroom plus study apartments and two three-bedroom apartments with their own large rooftop areas.
When Miranda Ramirez arrived on campus in January of 2017, she needed a roommate. But she faced a problem: Syracuse head coach Younes Limam doesn’t allow his players to live together.After spending countless hours on the road, in practice, at meals and in matches together, Limam doesn’t want his team to have to see each other at home, too. While many teams end up sharing apartments, Limam wants Syracuse players to meet people outside their team. The risks to team chemistry and friendships outweigh the benefits, he said.“A lot of them are surprised at first,” Limam said. “But they really appreciate the fact that they get to experience and explore different things.”For Ramirez, this meant a roommate in a different sport: softball outfielder Bryce Holmgren. Ramirez and Holmgren don’t see each other often, but Ramirez raved about living with someone outside tennis, even if she goes long stretches of time without seeing Holmgren.Last year, Ramirez said she and Holmgren barely knew each other. But because the two had no issues as they were in season, they decided to live together this year. They used the offseason, fall of 2017, to become closer friends. They’ll live together again next year, Ramirez said.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“She’s absolutely amazing,” Ramirez said of Holmgren. “It’s crazy, we live together but I don’t see her ever. I’m lucky if I see her for an hour on Mondays.”Ramirez said the two frequently text during the season, sending messages of encouragement. While in-season, Ramirez said she has gone up to a month without seeing Holmgren.While Ramirez made a great friend in the roommate process, other players have not been as lucky. After next year, current junior Libi Mesh will have lived with four different roommates in four years. She said that she is friendly will all three of her previous and current roommates, but busy schedules make it hard to maintain close friendships outside the team.Syracuse tennis sometimes has two practices a day, plus weekend matches and travel. Add in class, homework and make-up work and the players don’t spend much time in their apartments.Mesh agreed with Ramirez that having non-tennis roommates has helped her meet other SU students. Only one of Mesh’s three roommates was an athlete.“We’ve been talking, but we live different lives,” Mesh said of her current roommate. “We’re not best friends, but we’re on good terms.”For Gabriela Knutson, next year will also bring her fourth roommate in four years. She’ll be living on South Campus again next year, like most athletes. Her search for a living partner prompted her to post on Facebook in groups with Syracuse students, asking if anyone was looking for a roommate.Graduate student Anna Shkudun lives with Maggie Toczko, a member of the cross-country team. Shkudun said that she and her roommate are friendly, but when asked, she couldn’t remember Toczko’s last name.Even if she’s not close with her current roommate, Shkudun said she agrees with Limam that having some time away from the team is beneficial for the team chemistry.“On the court, at dinner, in class, it can get rough, especially with girls,” Shkudun said.Players need some alone time in their own rooms, Limam said.And they don’t have to live together to be best friends. Dina Hegab and Knutson as well as Mesh and Shkudun have both called each other best friends on multiple occasions. Even if they don’t live under the same roof, SU tennis is a tight-knit group.“The chemistry has been really good for the last couple years,” Limam said. “Why change something that is working?” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on April 23, 2018 at 8:10 pm Contact Anthony: [email protected]