Members Of The Motet, Mofro, and Sister Sparrow To Perform Bonnie Raitt Tribute In Denver

first_imgSinger Emily Clark will be performing a special tribute to legendary blues singer/guitarist Bonnie Raitt tomorrow night in Denver, CO at Cervantes Other Side. “Tangled & Dark” – A Tribute To Bonnie Raitt will feature Clark bringing along drummer Dave Watts (The Motet), bassist Todd Smallie (JJ Grey & Mofro), guitarist Sasha Brown (Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds), and singers Tanya Shylock, LaDamion Massey and Phil Johnson.Satsang will provide opening support, while Hymn For Her will keep the night rolling along after the tribute set, for what is sure to be a special dedication to one of the most iconic female musician’s of the 20th century. Tickets for the show are $10.To purchase tickets, click here.Check the Facebook Event Group here.last_img read more

The next Google

first_img <a href=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-154kFb0BM” rel=”nofollow” target=”_blank”> <img src=”https://img.youtube.com/vi/9-154kFb0BM/0.jpg” alt=”0″ title=”How To Choose The Correct Channel Type For Your Video Content ” /> </a> How does our educational system prepare the next generation of students for living and working in the digital age? Try giving out free pizza.Learning to use analytical skills to measure and solve problems is an essential life skill in the coming era, one that every major university should be — but isn’t necessarily — teaching students, said Eric Schmidt, Google’s longtime CEO, and now its executive chairman. All that would be needed to jumpstart that process is to gather smart young people interested in entrepreneurship in a room together for pizza and get them talking to each other.“Because that’s how people learn,” he said. “The sense of being in the middle of something great is hugely motivating to people who want to start new things.”In order to create another “hive of knowledge” like Silicon Valley, cities need to reproduce key elements that seem to make everything work, like a stable base of venture capital, weak employment contract laws, a culture of sharing, and a steady supply of very smart people flowing in and out, said Schmidt. But it’s a tall order.“Here in Cambridge, we have some of the smartest people in the world … If I can be critical for a sec: Why have you guys not produced the equivalent of Twitter, Facebook, Google, and so forth? I don’t know,” he said. “So there’s an action item for you.” His comments reflected the corporate reality, though the key founders of both Microsoft and Facebook were former Harvard College students.Schmidt’s remarks came Thursday evening during a wide-ranging talk about leadership, innovation, and entrepreneurship at the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS), a session sponsored by the Institute of Politics with moderator David Gergen, co-director of the Center for Public Leadership, and an introduction by HKS Dean David Ellwood.Schmidt defined entrepreneurs as confident, often young visionaries able to see what others cannot and who neither suffer fools gladly nor want for self-confidence.“We need to celebrate these people, we need to find them, and if you’re not like that, you need to befriend them because you’re going to work for them, so be nice to them,” he told students. He said they also don’t wilt in the face of adversity.“The successful entrepreneur doubles down, fights harder, leads harder, challenges harder, and eventually wins. The unsuccessful entrepreneur gets scared, gets tentative, loses confidence, falls apart,” Schmidt said. “That’s the difference between $1 billion and zero.”A C-level executive at Novell and Sun Microsystems before joining Google in 2001, Schmidt said the key to leadership, besides a sense of humor, a taste for risk, and a tolerance of failure, is to surround yourself with bright people and let them create.“I think it’s important that you recognize that you’re not actually doing the work that other people are, that your job is to understand what they’re doing, to get the strategy right and empower them. Most of the problems that companies get into … is the failure of strategy,” he said, adding, “The job of a leader is to call back and say: What are we going to do about this and keep people’s noses to fixing it.”Schmidt challenged HKS students to solve the nation’s employment problem as a pathway to relieving a host of other societal ills, such as crime and health, and he urged those studying foreign policy to apply mathematical laws used frequently in the digital world to identify and reconsider the connection and relationships within a handful of centers around the world.Taking to task what he termed the inefficiencies of most nonprofits and NGOs, Schmidt called for more innovation.“The thing I would tell you about nonprofits is that they’re full of extremely well-meaning people who need to build things,” he said, referring to online platforms that can deliver services. “There’s so much waste in the philanthropic world because they don’t measure their outcomes. We’ve asked them the basic questions. How many of this did you save? How much of this? And they can’t answer them. That’s an indication of poor management in need of better tools.”Eric Schmidt in conversation with David Gergenlast_img read more

Legendary Indian footballer PK Banerjee hospitalised

first_imgKOLKATA: Legendary Indian footballer PK Banerjee was hospitalised on Tuesday. The 83-year-old former Indian captain and Padma Shri awardee was admitted to a private hospital in Kolkata.”He was not talking since yesterday and was sleeping more than he usually does. He underwent a sugar test and we are waiting for the report,” a family member said. “We took him to the hospital for a regular check-up,” he added.According to an official at the hospital, the former Indian football coach was admitted to the general ward and undergoing tests. The condition of Banerjee, who also has a nerve-related illness, was stable, he said. AgenciesAlso Read: One Amazing Thing by Chitra Banerjee DivakaruniAlso Watch: Inauguration Ceremony for ONCO Premier League 2.0 Cricket Tournament at B.Borooah Cancer Institute.last_img read more

UFC: Tyron Woodley isn’t willing to go outside USA to take a fight

first_imgLast Updated: 12th December, 2019 22:23 IST UFC: Tyron Woodley Isn’t Willing To Go Outside USA To Take A Fight Former welterweight champion of UFC, Tyron Woodley is not interested in taking up a fight unless it is happening in the United States of America. Read more. Also Read | Colby Covington Makes Special Trump Tower Visit Before UFC 245 Fight, Promises To WinAlso Read | Jorge Masvidal Says He Is Not Waiting For A Potential Fight Against Nick Diaz FOLLOW US Former Welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley is yet to confirm his upcoming fight. However, he knows that he is not going to fight outside the United States of America. The 37-year-old American lost his welterweight title to Kamaru Usman at UFC 235 on March 2, 2019. He has been inactive in the sport since then. While Kamaru Usman is set to defend his welterweight title against Colby Covington at UFC 245, Tyron Woodley is nowhere on the radar.Also Read | Max Holloway Reveals His Condition For A UFC Re-match Against Conor McGregorUFC: Tyron Woodley doesn’t want to fight outside the United StatesTyron Woodley was looking invincible until he faced Kamaru Usman at UFC 235. The Nigerian Nightmare dominated the entire fight and took the welterweight title from Tyron Woodley. Well, Tyron Woodley could have demanded an immediate re-match but ‘The Chosen One’ chose not to hunt for UFC gold. Not only that, Tyron Woodley is not even interested in taking a fight outside his own country.In a recent social media live stream, Tyron Woodley revealed that he was offered a fight in London on March 2020. However, the former champion declined it. The five-time world champion is ready to fight soon, but the venue needs to be in America, as Tyron Woodley said, “They (UFC) want me to fight in London. F**K that, I’m not going all the way to London to fight. I’m the five-time world champion, I’m gonna fight f***ing here (USA).” Tyron Woodley further said that when he goes out of the country, he wants to go for a vacation and not for a fight. SUBSCRIBE TO US Written By First Published: 12th December, 2019 22:22 ISTcenter_img WATCH US LIVE Raj Sarkar LIVE TV Also Read | UFC: Dana White Confirms Khabib-Conor Rematch On The Cards, Khabib Begs To DifferUFC: Tyron Woodley’s fights outside the USAIn his ten-year-long MMA career, Tyron Woodley has fought only thrice outside the United States of America. The former welterweight king faced the second loss of his MMA career against Jake Shields at UFC 161 in Winnipeg. It was his first UFC fight outside USA. The other two fights happened a year later in Vancouver and Macau China, respectively. Since then, Tyron Woodley has been fighting only in USA and he wants to continue that in future too. COMMENTlast_img read more

Louisville pitcher hurls F-bombs at Vanderbilt batter, then takes loss in elimination game

first_imgCompetition brings out the best in some people. Sometimes, it brings out the worst. That’s especially true on a stage as big as the College World Series.It was a little of both Friday night for Louisville pitcher Luke Smith, who despite turning in an excellent 10-strikeout performance in 8 1/3 innings pitched will most likely be remembered for some unsavory eighth-inning antics. Louisville 2, Vanderbilt 1 | MID 8Confirmed stats for Luke Smith tonight: 10 strikeouts(!), 3 hits given up, 1 earned run in 8 innings pitched.Unconfirmed stats for Luke Smith: 2 humongous F bombs after his 10th K. pic.twitter.com/lktdfMzGL6— Jeremy Chisenhall (@JSChisenhall) June 22, 2019The Commodores got the last laugh however, taking the permanent 3-2 lead in the top of the ninth. The kicker? Smith was saddled with the loss after being pulled from the game after retiring just one batter in the ninth.top of the 8th inning:Louisville starting pitcher Luke Smith strikes out Vandy No. 9 hitter Julian Infante, to secure a 2-1 lead, tells him “f— you”30 minutes later: pic.twitter.com/Cd8MRGrHnM— Christian D’Andrea (@TrainIsland) June 22, 2019“Vanderbilt is a great team, and I respect — I love that part of baseball,” Smith said after the game (via ESPN). “When they got their big hit in the ninth, they celebrate. That’s how it goes. When I strike somebody out, I celebrate, and that’s just the way it is.”Regardless, Smith has no more opportunities to celebrate this season. With the loss, Louisville was eliminated from the College World Series. Vanderbilt will take on Michigan in the CWS final in a best-of-three series starting on Monday. MORE: TV schedule, bracket, results from 2019 College World SeriesAfter striking out Vanderbilt’s Julian Infante for the final out of the eighth inning, with his team leading 2-1, Smith could be seen hurling some very heated expletives toward Infante.(Warning: Foul language used).last_img read more