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Load remaining images The iconic Rusted Root made their way to Chattanooga, TN last weekend, playing the city’s Track 29 venue for what was certainly a great night of music. The show started with Tennessee-based band SIMO, who treated fans to a classic rock-style performance with tons of energy. Their show had fans grooving and eager for more, especially when they closed their set with a great rendition of “With A Little Help From My Friends.”Headliners Rusted Root did not disappoint, treating fans to a showcase of their biggest hits. The band included a cover of David Bowie’s “Rebel Rebel” in their setlist, and encored with their biggest hits “Send Me On My Way” and “Back To Earth.” The whole audience was left smiling after Rusted Root’s great performance!Check out a full gallery of images below, courtesy of CJ Stewart Photography.
View Comments The Tony Awards Administration Committee met on October 13 for the first time this season and confirmed the eligibility of two Broadway productions, Cats and Paramour, for the 2017 Tony Awards. The two shows are consistent with opening night billing.Additionally, the Committee determined that the newly renovated Hudson Theatre will be deemed a Tony eligible theater, beginning in the 2016-2017 season. The venue, located on West 44th Street, will have a minimum of 970 seats without the use of the orchestra pit and 948 seats when the orchestra pit is utilized by a production. The Jake Gyllenhaal-led Burn This is set to reopen the Hudson in the spring.As previously reported, the 71st Annual Tony Awards will air on the CBS Television Network on June 11, 2017. The Tony Awards, which honors theater professionals for distinguished achievement on Broadway, has been broadcast on CBS since 1978. The Tony Awards are presented by The Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing.The official eligibility cut-off date will be April 27, 2017, for all Broadway productions opening in the 2016-2017 season. Productions which meet all other eligibility requirements and open on or before the eligibility date are considered eligible for 2017 Tony Award nominations. The Tony Award Nominations will be announced live on May 2.The Tony Awards Administration Committee meets a total of four times throughout the 2016-2017 season to decide the eligibility for the 71st Annual Tony Awards. ‘Cats'(Photo: Matthew Murphy)
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York William Lindsay, presiding officer of Suffolk County Legislature, has died.William Lindsay (D-Holbrook), the presiding officer of the Suffolk County Legislature, died Wednesday, according to county officials. He was 67.Lindsay died at Stony Brook University Hospital around noon, said Michael Pitcher, Lindsay’s director of communications.The cause of death is still not known.Lindsay, who was first elected to the legislature in 2001, has been battling cancer for about two years.Jon Cooper, a former Suffolk County legislator and a friend of Lindsay, hadn’t heard about the presiding officer’s death until a reporter broke the news over the phone.“It’s a shock,” Cooper said, adding that he knew Lindsay “was very ill.”He said Lindsay was a “wonderful man, kind-hearted and generous,” and was “so widely respected” among both Democrats and Republicans.“What a loss,” Cooper added. “He was a terrific legislator and I think the best presiding officer that we’ve had in the history of Suffolk County Legislature and I don’t say that lightly.”Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone released a statement soon after Lindsay’s death and lamented the loss of a “true public servant.”Lindsay, Bellone said, had a common sense way of dealing with his colleagues and constituents and “possessed an unstoppable determination” to serve the public even during his fight with cancer.“Bill stands as a shining example of what all public officials should strive to become,” he added.Wayne Horsley, deputy presiding officer of the Suffolk County Legislature, said the entire legislative body was “devastated” by Lindsay’s death.“Our deepest condolences go out to his family and his countless friends,” Horsley said in a statement. “Bill was a true friend and an extraordinary public servant and leader who dedicated his entire life to serving others. There is a hole in our hearts that will never be repaired. He will be deeply missed.”“He was definitely not a politician,” added Leg. Kate Browning (WF-Shirley). “He was a working-class man and a true public servant. To me he wasn’t just the Presiding Officer he was a great friend. I can’t help noting the irony of the fact that he died on September 11. I remember well his battle to make sure that 9/11 responders got the health care that they deserved.”The Holbrook Democrat was first elected presiding officer in 2006 and was re-elected every year since.Lindsay is survived by his wife, Pat, and three children. He also has four grandchildren.
Another side making their first appearance of the tournament are Australia – they take on Fiji in Cardiff from 4.45pm. The day begins with surpsise packages Japan’s meeting with Scotland at Kingsholm. Following the Blossoms’ win over the Springboks on Saturday, Japanese head coach Eddie Jones is confident they can repeat the trick today.Meanwhile, South Africa head coach Heyneke Meyer has made eight changes to his side for their meeting with Samoa. Romania will open up their Pool D campaign against a much-changed France side at London’s Olympic Stadium. Kick off there is at 8 o’clockThe Ireland squad have been training at St. George’s Park ahead of this Sunday’s game against Romania.
Mino Raiola is one of the most famous football agents and his update client list is really impressive. And on it is the name of one footballer from Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH).Interestingly, that’s not a widely popular to the domestic audience, but it is someone who is known to the selector of our national team. His name is Boba Lazic and according to Transfermarkt, besides BiH citizenship, he has Serbian citizenship. He was born in Holland in 1994 and he played one match for our youth national team while Vlado Jagodic led it.He played for Ajax and Olympiacos, but he’s currently a free agent. Despite major connections in the football world, Raiola isn’t having much luck finding him a permanent employer so, after playing for several minor league teams, he’s preparing himself for a new adventure.Another of Mina Raiola’s clients is Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who is also a Bosnian.Raiola was born in 1967 in Italy, but he grew up in Holland with his family. He spent a lot of time in the family restaurant where he met “serious football.” He starting working in a local club as a sports director, but soon realized that the future of football is “rich” so he started working as an agent.(Source: N1.ba)