Gov’t Mule Announces Stacked Lineup For Island Exodus 8

first_imgGov’t Mule has revealed plans for their annual island getaway, Island Exodus 8, held in beautiful Runaway Bay, Jamaica at the Jewel Paradise Cove Resort. Set for January 14-18, 2017, Mule has enlisted the services of funk/jazz trio Soulive (x3) as well as singer/songwriter Nicki Bluhm, guitar prodigy Marcus King and renowned saxophone player Ron Holloway to come along for the ride.In total, Gov’t Mule will perform three nights (two sets a night) at Island Exodus 8, including a solo performance by Warren Haynes. The Marcus King Band will get things underway on Friday, January 13th with an “Exodus Eve” show that is not to be missed. Check below for all relevant ticket information.PRE-SALE & ON-SALE INFO:Island Exodus 7 Attendee Pre-Sale: Mon. March 21 @ 10a EDTAll Other Previous Island Exodus Attendees: Tue. March 22 @ 10a EDTGeneral On-Sale: Wed. March 23 @ 10a EDTAll “Repeat Mule-fenders” (previous attendees) will receive an email by the end of the day this coming Thursday 3/17 with a unique code which will allow them access to their corresponding early booking date.Visit Gov’t Mule’s website here for more information on Island Exodus 8.last_img read more

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Statement Regarding Governor Wolf’s Prostate Cancer Treatment

first_imgStatement Regarding Governor Wolf’s Prostate Cancer Treatment Statement Harrisburg, PA – Jeff Sheridan, Governor Wolf’s press secretary, released the following statement:“Tomorrow, Governor Tom Wolf will have an outpatient procedure as part of his previously announced prostate cancer treatment. He will be spending Tuesday and Wednesday at his home and return to the office on Thursday.”Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img June 13, 2016last_img read more

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K2 Management Enters South Korean Offshore Wind Deal

first_imgK2 Management has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Taean Wind Power and Dohwa Engineering for the Taean offshore wind farm in South Korea.K2 Management will work as the owner’s engineer and consult on the financing and construction of the offshore wind project located in the Yellow Sea.The company has also entered a service contract to undertake the initial work on the wind farm following the MoU. The full mandate includes a cost analysis of the main equipment, transportation, installation, substructure, grid linkage and construction of offshore power plant.K2 Management will also perform a preliminary feasibility study including energy yield assessment, full geophysical investigation, partial geotechnical study and conceptual engineering designs.“It is a privilege to work with Taean Wind Power and Dohwa Engineering on this milestone project, supporting the delivery of another offshore development in Korea from a very early stage,” said Kwang-Woon Jung, Country Director for Korea at K2 Management.“Signing the MoU and service contract will bring together three strong partners who share the common goal of progressing the offshore wind industry, developing a strong local supply chain and ensuring that the Korean offshore industry continues to go from strength to strength.”last_img read more

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Rangers battle ready for Nuodhibou FC – Official

first_imgRelatedPosts Cleric urges Christians to avoid ill-gotten wealth to attain greatness in life It’s unfair to discuss 2023 election now, opposition tells Enugu PDP After 13 years of enmity, Enugu ex-Governors in closed door meeting Norbert Okolie, the Media Officer of Rangers International FC of Enugu, says the club will fight for the three points against Nouadhibou FC of Mauritania on Sunday. Rangers will on Sunday trade tackle with hosting Nouadhibou FC of Mauritania in the third match of the group A of the ongoing Confederation of African Football Consideration. Speaking to the News Agency of Nigeria in Enugu on Friday, Okolie assured that the club is well prepared for the encounter. “We are not taking any team for granted because our position in the continental competition is not encouraging. “Though, Nouadhibou FC is behind us on goal difference with no point likewise us for this, we need the three points to give ourselves hope in the group,” he said. He noted that the players were ready to receive whatever the host was going to throw at them to ensure victory at last. “I have chats with the players after each training these few days and they have told me how important the match is to the team,” he said. Okolie called on the players to play for one another and search for an early goal to throw the host in disarray. “We are not going to Mauritania to look at the city but for a serious business. “Our technical crew and the players has perfected plans for the match so all we need is luck and prayer,” the spokesperson said. He called on the supporters to rally round the club at this trail period that thing will change for good. Okolie expressed the belief that the club was undergoing transformation and would become better as soon as possible. On injuries to players, Okolie said that the club had only two players ruled out by injury. “We have Pape Sane and Ifeanyj George ruled out for the match became of injury. “Other players are ready and fit for the match and I look forward for a better outing in Mauritania,” Okolie said.Tags: Enugu StateMauritaniaNorbert OkolieNouadhibou FCRangers International FClast_img read more

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MGA backs Swedish FA on football integrity

first_img Related Articles Kansspelautoriteit enters into MoU with Malta Gaming Authority August 28, 2020 Entering a data-sharing agreement, the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) will collaborate with Sweden’s Football Association (SvFF) to combat match-fixing and maintain integrity standards.The SvFF has agreed to share syndicated match data with the MGA, as the governing  body seeks to enhance its integrity monitoring capacities in light of drastic marketplace changes following the re-regulation of the Swedish online gambling market.A statement issued by the MGA said: “The objective of the SvFF is to make sure that football in Sweden always adheres to laws and regulations that govern all sporting events and entities within their remit.” As part of the data agreement, the MGA will continue its core mandate of strengthening international stakeholder partnerships tackling sports corruption. In the past year, the MGA has secured data sharing and cooperative arrangements with the Malta Football Association, the Tennis Integrity Unit, the International Cricket Council, and the International Olympic Committee. The MGA’s Sports Integrity Manager, Antonio Zerafa, added: “The Data-Sharing Agreement between the MGA and the SvFF allows for the relationship between the two entities to not be limited to discussions of best practices only, but to also allow for the transfer of data in relation to investigations of manipulation in sports competitions.” “Undoubtedly, this further strengthens the MGA’s commitment to assisting Sports Governing Bodies in their fight against match-fixing.” Share Share John Williamson to oversee UK Tote Group’s international growth August 28, 2020 SBC Awards: The key to an effective submission August 28, 2020 Submit StumbleUponlast_img read more

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Djokovic, Nadal to meet in Monte Carlo semis

first_imgGreat rivals Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal will square off in Saturday’s semifinals at the $3.5 million Monte Carlo Masters, the first clay-court Masters event of the year.The high-flying world No. 1 Djokovic won the first eight games in drubbing eighth-seeded U.S. Open champion and fellow Monte Carlo resident Marin Cilic 6-0, 6-3 in 65 minutes, while the third-seeded former top-ranked star Nadal got past fifth-seeded fellow Spaniard David Ferrer 6-4, 5-7, 6-2 in 2 hours, 44 minutes on Day 6 at the famed Monte Carlo Country Club.”The first set went completely my way,” Djokovic said after spanking Cilic. “I knew he was going to start to change some things in his game so he could start to play a little bit better. But I made a crucial break at the beginning of the second. The first eight games were really fantastic. I tried to keep it up, [but] I did drop in the concentration a little bit.”Djokovic is now 12-0 lifetime versus Cilic, while Nadal is 23-6 against Ferrer, including 5-0 in Monte Carlo. Nadal beat Ferrer in the 2011 finale here.The 2013 winner and two-time Monte Carlo runner-up Djokovic is trying to become the first-ever player to capture the first three Masters events of the year, having recently nailed down back-to-back titles in Indian Wells and Miami.Nadal won this clay-court Monte Carlo title eight straight years from 2005-12, beating Djokovic in the 2009 and 2012 finals. Djokovic ended the Spaniard’s run with a surprising victory in the 2013 title match. The nine-time French Open king Nadal is 23-19 lifetime against Djokovic, including 2-1 in Monte Carlo, but the Serb is 13-9 in their Masters matchups.The other semi will pit sixth-seeded Tomas Berdych against 14th-seeded French favorite Gael Monfils, as the former Wimbledon runner-up Berdych was lading fourth-seeded Milos Raonic 5-2 in the first set when the Canadian Raonic retired, and Monfils mauled ninth-seeded Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov 6-1, 6-3.Berdych is 5-1 lifetime against Monfils.last_img read more

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FC Sarajevo Marks 68 Years of a Successful Football History

first_imgOn behalf of himself and the owner of the FC Sarajevo, Vincent Tan, the president of this club, Edis Kusturica, congratulated this anniversary to all people having the “dark red colour in their hearts”.“We are moving forward, with strength, we want a modern and organized Sarajevo, just as it is in Europe. We want to be proud of our success and of our club. I believe the year 2015 will be marked with our true values, the ones we have been fighting for in the period of these last three and a half years. We did a lot, which is obvious, but we want more, we want to do it even better. One of the main conditions for it is to contribute as much as possible to the club, it has to be our second family. We have to stick together because our club deserves it.” – was stated in the congratulation by Edis Kusturica.The FC Sarajevo was founded on October 24th 1946 in the big hall of the Gymnasium of Sarajevo when the teams of Udarnik and Ratnik connected into one team called Torpedo. Not long after that, Torpedo changes its name into Sarajevo and remains that way until today.Within the football league of ex-Yugoslavia the FC Sarajevo won twice the champion’s trophy which makes this club the most successful BH club at the former championship.FC Sarajevo won titles of the B&H champion as well, and during the last season they also won their recent trophy: the Cup of B&H. Besides national competitions, this club achieved great successes at the international scene as well during its 68 years long history. – was stated in the communication by the FC Sarajevo.(Source: Depo.ba)last_img read more

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