Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Brings Fiery Performance To Denver [A Gallery]

first_imgJoe Russo’s Almost Dead brought incredible energy and heavy jams to The Fillmore in Denver this past Saturday, December 19. The one-off gig featured stellar renditions of Grateful Dead classics, including a first set “Help>Slip” that segued into “Feel Like A Stranger” to start out strong. A monster second set kicked off with a 23-minute rendition of “St. Stephen”. Listen to the smoking hot performance in its entirety here.Check out a setlist and photos from the memorable evening.Setlist: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead at The Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, CO – 12/19/15Set One: Beat It On Down The Line, Help On The Way > Slipknot! > Feel Like A Stranger, Althea, Let It Grow > Uncle John’s BandSet Two: Magnificent Sanctuary Band, St. Stephen > Eyes Of The World > Playing In The Band > He’s Gone > The Other One > Morning DewPhotos by Kevin Hahn. Full gallery at the bottom Full Gallery: Load remaining imageslast_img read more

Win a ‘The High Note’ Superstar Gift Pack

first_imgCredit: Universal Pictures Home Entertainment Terms & Conditions Showcasing brand-new original songs and soulful covers, ‘The High Note’ on DVD and Digital features breathtaking musical performances by Tracee Ellis Ross and Kelvin Harrison, Jr., and comes packed with never-before-seen exclusive bonus content including an all-new original music video, deleted scenes and featurettes with cast and crew taking audiences deeper into the alluring story of Grace Davis and her captivating music career. Experience the stylish and contemporary female lead comedy ‘The High Note’, available now on Digital Download and on DVD 31st August 2020 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. Emmy nominee and Golden Globe winner Tracee Ellis Ross (‘Blackish’) stars as Grace Davis, a music icon who elevates her career to the next level with the help of Maggie, her ambitious assistant (Dakota Johnson; Fifty Shades of Grey franchise), in the delightful and glamorous film that brings a lighthearted humor to the illustrious and trendy LA music scene. Directed by Nisha Ganatra (‘Late Night’) and written by Flora Greeson, a former personal assistant in the music industry, ‘The High Note’ features a showstopping cast alongside Ross and Johnson including Kelvin Harrison, Jr. (‘Luce’), Bill Pullman (‘The Sinner’), Zoë Chao (‘Where’d You Go, Bernadette’), and June Diane Raphael (‘The Disaster Artist’) with Eddie Izzard (‘Ocean’s Thirteen’) and Ice Cube (‘Ride Along’). To celebrate the release of ‘The High Note’ we’re giving away a Superstar Gift Pack that features a DVD copy of the film along with DVD copies of ‘Yesterday’ and ‘Dreamgirls’. Enter below for a chance to win….center_img Set in the dazzling world of the LA music scene comes the story of Grace Davis (Ross), a superstar whose talent, and ego, have reached unbelievable heights. Maggie (Johnson) is Grace’s overworked personal assistant who’s stuck running errands, but still aspires to her childhood dream of becoming a music producer. When Grace’s manager (Ice Cube) presents her with a choice that could alter the course of her career, Grace must choose between playing it safe or listening to her heart in a decision that could change her life forever. Entertaining and hilarious, ‘The High Note’ is an uplifting must-own film with a profound message that reminds audiences everywhere to follow your dreams. This competition closes at 23:59 BST on Thursday 3rd September 2020. Please note that due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, prizes will take longer than normal to be sent out. The competition is open to all UK residents over the age of 13.Winners will be selected at random.By entering into the competition all entrants agree to be bound by the terms and conditions.Entertainment Focus does not allow collective or proxy entries.Entertainment Focus reserves the right to change or withdraw this competition without notice.Entertainment Focus will not pass your details to any third parties and they will be used solely for communication regarding this competition.Winners will be notified via email or social media and prizes must be claimed within 5 working days.The supplier may change the prize offered without warning.There is no cash or other alternative to the prize stated and the prize is not transferable. No part or parts of the prize may be substituted for other benefits, items or additions.Entertainment Focus’ decision is final – no correspondence will be entered into.last_img read more

In the USA, they want the head of Martina Navrátilová. …

first_imgTennis legend Martina Navrátilová, who has long protested against the inclusion of transsexuals in women’s sports, became the target of criticism again a year later. Together with more than three hundred other colleagues, they sent a letter to the National University Athletics Association, criticizing the inclusion of transsexuals in the women’s sports category. The letter was publicly signed by four female athletes, none of whom were Navrátilová. “They wanted to keep it a secret. But Martina Navrátilová and her collaborators could not hide from us, “the server for LGBTQ athletes burned down the names of all the signatories. “Those who discriminate should be held accountable,” Outsports urged to face the consequences of their actions. Photo: Repro YoutubeCaption: Former professional tennis player Martina Navrátiloválast_img read more

Three bad habits damaging to your child’s teeth

first_imgAs a parent, you try to do the right things for your children. In addition to regular doctor appointments and healthy lunches, make sure you are not unknowingly teaching your children poor dental hygiene.Sweets between MealsWhile a snack between meals is normal, the wrong type could lead to tooth decay. Candy and sugary juices between meals can damage teeth. Instead, stick to healthier snacks with complex carbohydrates, like fruits. If your child wants a sweet on occasion, offer it with a meal. The saliva produced to digest larger quantities of a meal helps keep teeth bacteria-free.Drinks before BedRethink your strategy if a sippy cup is part of your nightly routine. When children drink juice, chocolate milk or even milk before bed without brushing their teeth afterward, the sugar in those drinks lingers, which leads to cavities. So for bedtime drinks, stick with water. If your child has a sugary drink before bedtime, make sure they brush their teeth before going to bed.Skipping Dentist AppointmentsResearch recommends that both children and adults see a dentist every six months. Skipping a couple of appointments because your child’s teeth appear fine could prove dire. Aside from tooth decay, a typical appointment also involves preventive cleaning and dental care training. So be sure to always schedule the next appointment before you leave the dentist’s office.last_img read more

Remember: Be thankful for your job

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat Kings “I am grateful that I work with supportive, thoughtful, intelligent people who like to have fun.” “I totally believe in focusing on the positive, and that’s why I enjoy so much my volunteer work. Giving without expecting anything in return is so fulfilling and gratifying, and it always comes back multiplied.” “I am very grateful to have a great job working for a terrific company that truly cares about my well-being, my professional growth and my overall happiness. I am grateful to work with a wonderful team, and grateful that the rest of the people in our office are wonderful, too. I truly enjoy coming to work every day.” “I’m thankful because the people I work with have become like a second family.” “My job allows me to help others, and that’s truly gratifying. I am thankful to be able to make a living being of service.” Today is a day to spend time with friends and family, to eat a bountiful feast, and maybe watch some football. It’s also a day to give thanks. While most of us are grateful for having a day off, we also should take the time to be thankful for the job we are privileged to have. I asked people I know to think about what they are thankful for when it comes to their jobs. Here’s what they had to say: “I am fortunate to work from a home office and not have to commute. I give thanks for that every time I have to venture out on the freeway!” “I have to be honest – my job pays really well, so I am thankful for that. And gratefully, I enjoy it, too.” “I spent a lot of time in college (and paid a lot in student loans) so I am thankful to finally be working in my chosen career, and thankful that it’s as fun as I’d hoped it would be.” “I’m thankful to have a job! Truthfully, whenever I pass the homeless on the street, I am appreciative that someone has put their faith in me as an employee and given me the chance to make an honest living.” As for me, I am thankful for the opportunity to get paid for doing what I love to do. And I’m grateful to you, my readers, for enabling me to keep it going. Happy Thanksgiving! Dawn Anfuso is a Southern California business writer and former managing editor of Workforce magazine. If you have workplace or job-search questions, e-mail Dawn at [email protected] Writers will remain anonymous.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more