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After being broken up for five years, Ween reunited with a series of performances at the 1stBANK Center in Broomfield, Colorado. A year and a half later, the beloved band will return to the colorful state and make their return to renowned Morrison, CO venue, Red Rocks Amphitheatre!Ween has announced a performance at Red Rocks on July 12th, their first at the famed venue since 2009. Expect lots of excitement when brown meets red! Tickets and more information about the show can be found here. This show marks their sixth-ever performance on the Rocks, but also their first since reuniting. We can’t wait.To get in the mood for the madness to come, be sure to watch Ween’s 2006 Red Rocks performance in the video below.
The country has an advanced medical system, a free press and a strong culture of public accountability, and observers say that its health statistics can be treated with confidence.Of the latest cases, 49 are in the southern city of Daegu and the neighbouring North Gyeongsang province, KCDC said.Most of the country’s infections are linked to the Shincheonji Church of Jesus in Daegu, an entity often accused of being a cult.Shincheonji claims its founder, Lee Man-hee, has donned the mantle of Jesus Christ and will take 144,000 people with him to heaven on the day of judgement.A 61-year-old female member developed a fever on February 10, but attended at least four church services before being diagnosed.Topics : South Korea reported 60 more novel coronavirus cases on Tuesday, the smallest increase for four days in the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s morning updates.The country now has 893 cases, the KCDC said — the largest national total anywhere outside China — adding one more person had died, taking the toll to eight.For the previous three days, KCDC had reported triple-digit increases each morning as the outbreak took hold in South Korea, the world’s 12th-largest economy.
Víctor Mollejo (La Villa de Don Fadrique, Toledo, 2001) burns stages at breakneck speed. Marked for years as one of the great promises of the Atlético youth team, he did not disappoint when he had the opportunity in the first team from Simeone, either in friendlies or in an official match. His first match in a friendly came when he was only 16 years old, in the summer of 2017 (curiously with the ’35’ on his back, the same as Fernando Torres). In the official match, he had to wait until January 19, 2019, becoming the first born in the 21st century to debut with the red and white shirt.Those precedents invited that at Atlético they were convinced that they were facing a special footballer, one of those capable of becoming top players. And in his first year in professional soccer he has finished confirming it. This course, on loan at Deportivo, is the top scorer of his team (5 goals) at just 19 years old. He has played 26 games and in the worst moments, before the arrival of Fernando Vázquez, he was one of the few lights within the group from A Coruña. Sweetbread was special from a young age. He began to play for his hometown team and rejected Atlético up to twice. The first was when he was seven years old, after shining against an Atlético school team in a tournament played in Casarrubuelos. His parents determined that he was still too young. The following year, same tournament, identical performance and new call. Again, ‘no’ for an answer.It would be two years later, in a championship played in the fields Ernesto Cotorruelo (Carabanchel) when Mollejo gave the expected ‘yes’ being Alevín. He started first in a team from the rojiblanca school, with great sacrifices to travel the more than 100 kilometers that separate Madrid from its town. It was in Infantil when he entered the residence and went to live and study in Madrid.Mollejo is a striker, left-handed, who adapts to any attack position. His preferred demarcation is the second point, although it operates comfortably in any of the two bands (although it prefers the right) and also as a false nine. His strong character fits perfectly into what Cholo Simeone asks his footballers, although he must measure it so that he does not turn against him: this season he has seen 10 yellows, an excessively high figure for a striker. A strong temperament that, without a doubt, will control when it matures. Because there is plenty of talent …
The Keegan Theatre closes out its 22nd season with the award-winning musical Legally Blonde, which opened on August 3. Based on the hit movie, Legally Blonde is a fabulously fun and energetic musical, wrapped up with a snappy pink bow. It features music and lyrics by Laurence O’Keefe and Nell Benjamin and a book by Heather Hach. The DC premiere production at Keegan is directed by Ricky Drummond with music direction by Helen Hayes Award-winner Walter ‘Bobby’ McCoy and choreography by Ashleigh King.During the run of the musical, ticket holders are invited to neighbouring restaurant Firefly for a 20% discount off lunch, dinner or happy hour. The Firefly bar team will also offer a special rotating flight of pink cocktails inspired by Elle Woods’ fearless love of pink. Playful tributes to the show’s fearless heroine include the ‘Bend and Snap’, ‘Gemini Vegetarians’ and ‘Valley-dictorian’. The collection of three 3oz cocktails will be available exclusively through September 1 for $22.