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DJ Williams from Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe is moving to Los Angeles, and he has organized a few awesome shows for this fall as a sort of welcome party. The band, called DJ Williams & Shots Fired, will feature members of KDTU, Slightly Stoopid, and The Greyboy All Stars, with Dusty Simmons on drums, Chris Stillwell on bass, David Veith on keys, Daniel Delacruz on saxophone, Andy Geib on trombone, and of course Williams on guitar and vocals.The band is scheduled to play two dates this October, at Winston’s in San Diego on the 6th, and The Mint in Los Angeles on the 7th. These shows are sure to be a great time, filled with excellent, funky music. Expect the unexpected as Williams has promised that some special guests will make appearances at one or both shows.For more information on DJ Williams & Shots fired, head here.
By Dialogo March 25, 2013 “We continue moving forward building agreements within the first item on the agenda (the agrarian issue), although there are still several disagreements remaining,” government delegation leader Humberto de La Calle, said. The other three points on the agenda are illicit drugs, disarmament and victims’ reparations. “We will gather again on April 2, hoping to finish this point’s discussions soon, and move to the next one,” de La Calle stated before traveling to Bogotá. The Colombian peace process, ongoing for four months now between the government and the FARC guerrillas in Havana, has made progress, despite some existing disagreements, both parties said at the start of an 11-day recess on March 21. Government and guerrilla delegations that are carrying out the negotiations, asked the UN and the National University to organize a citizen’s forum in April, similar to the one conducted in December. This would indicate that the first topic in the agenda – the agrarian issue – would be near closure, and moving to address the second one: political participation. The leaders of each delegation also told the press that progress was made during the 11-day talk period, which ended on March 21. De La Calle said that the peace process received the support of the newly elected Pope Francis, the interim Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro, and the U.S. Ambassador in Bogotá, Michael McKinley, in the last few days. When the peace talks started on November 19, the FARC declared a unilateral ceasefire of 60 days, which the government did not join, and which was enforced until January 20. “Given this development, delegations requested the Organization of the United Nations Office in Colombia and the Center of Thinking for Peace at the National University to start the preparations for a new forum about the next point on the agenda – political participation – to be addressed by the end of next month,” both parties said in a joint statement.
Coach of one of the greatest Croatian teams Igor Tudor called Ismar Hairlahović from Cazin has joined the first team of Hajduk, and in the last match with football club ‘Dinamo’, Hairlahović was the player of the match, reports krajina.baOne of Hajduk’s officials said that Ismar has good technique and strong legs, which makes him a perfect to play centre midfield.Ismar Hairlahović was born in 1996 in Cazin and until recently he played for the junior team of Hajduk.(source: krajina.ba)(photo:scsport.ba)
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Image Courtesy: Sky Sports/ShutterstockAdvertisement 6zNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs966Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ema( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) ja5Would you ever consider trying this?😱wrCan your students do this? 🌚8ykhnRoller skating! Powered by Firework The novel Coronavirus pandemic has not only caused the cancellations and suspension of many sporting events across the world, many countries are not experiencing lock downs as to curb the further spread of the virus. With no activity to partake outside their homes, many people are trying to turn their homes into sports of several activities to keep themselves engaged in isolation, and such was the case of Australian Test cricket team captain Tim Paine’s. The veteran batsman was turning his garage into a temporary gym, which resulted in his credit card and wallet getting stolen from his car!Advertisement Image Courtesy: Sky Sports/ShutterstockAs all public gyms are now closed in the nationwide lock down in Australia, Tim Paine planned to set up a gym in his own garage. His car had to be moved outside to make space for the equipment, and the situation turned out very unlucky for the Aussie’s red ball format skipper.Speaking in the SEN Breakfast podcast, Paine narrated how his credit card and wallet were stolen as he moved his car outside, which contained the valuables.Advertisement “I’ve actually just turned the garage into a bit of a home gym and I want to hang the (stocking) off the bit where the garage door opens,” the wicket keeper batsman said.Soon after moving his car outside, he noticed that his vehicle was broken into, and his wallet containing his credit card was missing: “I went outside and the car door was open and the wallet’s gone.”Advertisement What added salt to the wound was when his card was used for a transaction, which Paine found out after receiving an alert from the his bank.“I figured if I can, I can work on my cover drive while I’m at it, but I’ve actually hit a bit of a snag today because I moved the car out onto the street only to wake up this morning to a text from NAB (National Australia Bank) saying my credit card has been used.” he added.However, Paine didn’t mention if the thief has been identified yet or not.Australia has seen over 4000 positive case till date, along with 19 deaths.Also read-David Warner shaves his head to support frontline staff battling Coronavirus – and challenges this Indian batsman to follow suit!Read which Indian cricketer just pledged Rs 80 lakhs to help fight COVID-19! Advertisement
The hundreds of fans that packed the bleachers of James Donaldson Park and the thousands more that were tuning in were not disappointed in the nail-biting final game of the 32nd annual Grand Forks International Baseball Tournament, Monday, Sept. 3.The Lewiston Paffile Truckers took home the top trophy for the second year in a row and $20,000 during the final game against Team Canada. They won 3-1. Fans were gripping their seats at the final inning wondering if Team Canada could dig themselves out.For more indepth coverage of the event, please visit the GFI website at www.grandforksbaseball.com.