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Fleetwood Mac, The Eagles, Steely Dan, & More To Play New Bicoastal Festival

first_imgA few weeks ago, Billboard broke the story that The Eagles and Fleetwood Mac were plotting to headline a new bicoastal festival called “Classic East” and “Classic West.” Today, the official announcement of Classic East and Classic West is here, revealing that the two-day festivals will also feature Journey, Steely Dan, Earth Wind & Fire, and The Doobie Brothers. The new pair of Classic Rock festivals will go down July 15th – 16th at Los Angeles’ Dodgers Stadium, and July 29th – 30th at Citi Field in New York City.Something similar to what was last year’s Desert Trip Music Festival, also known more casually as Oldchella, Classic East and Classic West are brought to you by industry superpowers Azoff MSG Entertainment, Live Nation, the Oak View Group, and Creative Artists Agency.This will mark the first shows from The Eagles since the death of founding member Glenn Frey, and since Don Henley announced their breakup. These are the only announced dates for both The Eagles and Fleedwood Mac in 2017.[via Billboard]last_img read more

Great Neck Nude Photo Extortionist’s Victims Describe Relentless Stalking

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Some victims of a Republican presidential campaigner from Long Island who tried extorting nude photos from 15 women fled the country, sought therapy and hired private investigators to deal with the stalking.Those were among new details described in court documents when U.S. District Judge Marianna Battani this week sentenced 22-year-old Adam Savader of Great Neck to 2 ½ years in federal prison despite his attorneys’ blaming the hacking on mental health issues sparked by working on Newt Gingrich’s failed presidential campaign.“He said that he had hacked into my email and Facebook accounts, found explicit photos of me, and that if I did not send more to him he would use them against me,” one of the unidentified victims wrote in a letter to the court. “This harassment continued relentlessly for days at a time, would stop for a few days, and then resume again from a different number.”Savader—who later worked on Mitt Romney’s bid for the White House—had pleaded guilty in November to cyber stalking and Internet extortion at federal court in Michigan, where some of the victims went to college. Authorities said they found victims in at least three states that were targeted between 2012 and early 2013, after the campaign.“I’m trying to make it right,” Savader told the court in his apology, reported The Associated Press, which noted he was quoting President Bill Clinton’s apology for his affair with Monica Lewinsky.It was a much different tone than the sexually aggressive taunts that prosecutors outlined in their sentencing recommendation.“Just came to u,” he wrote to one of the victims two weeks before Election Day while he was on the GOP campaign trail. “Ur so hot. Every1 will be doing the same if you don’t respond.”Savader threatened to send the photos to various people in the victims’ lives, including their parents, their boyfriends’ parents,  sororities, employers, internships—even the Republican National Committee.He often sent victims a link to a website to which he had uploaded their nude photos to prove he had them and warned that he would share the link if they didn’t send more. More victims came forward after the case made news. Investigators said they found 45 nude photos of the victims in Savader’s files—some of whom could not be contacted.One victim wrote she had to turn her phone off to stop receiving the relentless threatening messages. It was impossible to block the numbers because they were constantly changing, she wrote.“In an effort to escape this situation [one victim] left school in January 2013 to study abroad halfway around the world,” prosecutors said in the documents.Countering his lawyers’ arguments that Savader’s mental health diagnoses should be considered as a mitigating factor, prosecutors asked: “If he didn’t believe his behavior was criminal, why did he take so many deliberate steps to conceal his identity and hide his electronic footprint?”Authorities also noted that the victims are not to blame for storing intimate photos on password-protected email accounts, which they likened to “the modern-day equivalent of storing photographs in a shoe-box, in a closed bedroom closet, behind a locked door.”last_img read more

Badgers no match for Team USA

first_imgIn front of the largest women\’s hockey crowd in school history, the Wisconsin Badgers simply could not keep up with the bigger, faster Team USA in a 9-0 loss.[/media-credit]With a record crowd in attendance on Jan. 5, the Wisconsin women’s hockey team welcomed the U.S. Olympic National Team to the Kohl Center for an exhibition matchup.The Olympic squad, comprised of six current or former Badgers and led by sabbatical Wisconsin head coach Mark Johnson, left no doubt about who was the best team in the land by delivering a 9-0 victory over UW.It was a special night in the Kohl Center as four graduated Badgers were welcomed back, as well as current UW athletes Hilary Knight and Meghan Duggan, who elected to take a year off to participate in the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver.“Honestly, it was the highlight of my career,” Wisconsin interim head coach Tracey DeKeyser said. “I’m such a sucker for the Olympic games, and I cry every time it’s on, and for some reason I found myself kind of teary-eyed during the national anthem.”After a ceremonial puck-dropping to mark the occasion, Johnson’s crew wasted no time taking the speed of the game to a level the Badgers were not accustomed to.“It was really fast. They dumped the puck in and they were on you right away,” junior Geena Prough said. “You had to really think on your toes.”Senior Alannah McCready occupied the net for the Badgers in the first period while former Badger and winner of the Patty Kazmaier Award Jessie Vetter was in goal for Team USA.Forward Kelli Stack of the National Team scored first after five minutes of play.Johnson’s U.S. squad employed a fast-paced and highly organized offensive attack that kept the puck in Badger territory for much of the period.Two minutes after defenseman Lisa Chesson knocked in Team USA’s second goal, Knight flipped the puck high off the top bar and into the net to give the U.S. National Team a 3-0 edge heading into the first break.The Badger defense began to adjust to the up-tempo play of the Olympic squad in the second period.After former Badger Jinelle Zaugg-Siergiej netted a goal four minutes in, freshman goaltender Nikki Kaasa and the rest of the defense stiffened, withstanding the relentless U.S. onslaught for 15 minutes before allowing two goals in the period’s final minute.“Gradually, as the game went on, we became less intimidated,” Kaasa said. “Once our defense was able to start picking up people in front of the net it was easy for me to see. Once our defense got there we were doing well.”Kaasa was named player of the game for Wisconsin, finishing with a team-leading 12 saves, as all three goalies on the roster played one period each.Play continued to open up beyond the Badgers’ half of the ice in the third period, despite the U.S. National Team scoring another three goals. The last goal for Team USA was a true Wisconsin affair netted by recent graduate Erika Lawler, off assists from fellow Wisconsin alumni Zaugg-Siergiej and Molly Engstrom.Offensively, scoring opportunities were sparse as Wisconsin recorded 15 total attempted shots with eight of them on goal.“There were moments where we had a chance to get a shot on net or control the puck down there or manage the puck a little better,” DeKeyser said. “I think, obviously, we were a bit tentative at the start and just had to adjust to the speed of play and the skill level.”However,Team USA’s roster forced Wisconsin to concentrate on the defense first, according to Prough.“We really just had to clean up our ‘D’ zone and take care of that first, that was our main goal, and then just try to move the puck into their zone,” Prough said.The Badgers understood the challenge they faced in Team USA prior to gametime and expected a valuable learning experience, which they unanimously agreed they had received.Wisconsin entered the game after a three-and-a-half week break from the ice. While many other schools have not played since mid-December, Wisconsin feels as if they have a jump on the competition for next week’s series at North Dakota and the rest of the season.“I think it was a big learning experience for us,” Prough said. “I think moving on to our next series this weekend is really going to help our game. Playing the Olympic team, obviously you have to play your best … so I think it’s really going to prepare us for this coming weekend.”last_img read more