Jason Isbell recently made an appearance on Live From Here With Chris Thile, formerly known as A Prairie Home Companion hosted by Garrison Keillor, at Chicago, IL’s Symphony Hall.For Isbell’s guest segment, the southern rocker was joined by host Thile and house band member Chris Eldridge, as the trio delivered stripped-down acoustic renditions of “Last of my Kind”, “If We Were Vampires”, and “White Man’s World”, off of Isbell’s 2017 The Nashville Sound studio release. Isbell then worked through “Live Oak” off of his 2013 Southeastern album, before joining a collective of musicians on stage for “Voodoo Woman”, honoring late Chicago blues legend Koko Taylor.Watch portions of Isbell’s Live From Here performance below:Jason Isbell – “If We Were Vampires”[Video: Live from Here]Jason Isbell – “White Man’s World”[Video: Live from Here]For more information on tickets and Live From Here’s upcoming guests, head to Live From Here with Chris Thile’s website.For a full list of Jason Isbell’s upcoming tour dates and ticketing information, head to his website.[H/T JamBase]
Full-back Lustig gave the Scottish champions the lead at Solitude in the 25th minute when he broke away from the Reds defence at the near post to head in a Kris Commons corner. Six minutes later Greek forward Samaras, who had revealed his aversion for the ground’s artificial pitch before the game, finished off a move involving Forrest and Commons by turning at the edge of the box and driving an unstoppable shot past Reds keeper Conor Devlin. And in a one-sided first-half, watched by almost 5,000 enthusiastic fans who had packed into the tiny ground in north Belfast, Commons also hit the woodwork twice. With nothing to lose, Tommy Breslin’s side rallied in the second half with Stephen Garrett missing a good chance in the 48th minute from close range after Lustig was short with a headed backpass. Anthony Stokes hit the bar for Celtic with a drive before he set up Forrest in the 84th minute to hammer the ball low past Devlin from inside the box to make the return game in Glasgow a formality. Celtic started the game with impressive purpose. Commons hit the bar with a header after two minutes when Forrest stood a cross up for the former Derby and Nottingham Forest player at the back post. The home side, for all their obvious determination in the early stages, could not make much headway. The Hoops were in control and in the 12th minute Samaras headed an Emilio Izaguirre cross over from eight yards. Brown then picked out Commons, who had raced past the Cliftonville defence – but he failed to control the ball and the backtracking Irish rearguard cleared their lines. Reds skipper George McMullan then almost put in his own net from just under the bar, as he cleared a Lustig header. It had promised to be a nervy night for the visitors, who had lost all four of their pre-season games and who had a clutch of players missing for various reasons. However, Neil Lennon’s side, especially in the first 45 minutes, showed the professionalism and purpose which had taken them to the last-16 of the tournament last season. Press Association Goals from Mikael Lustig, Georgios Samaras and James Forrest gave Celtic a comfortable 3-0 win over Cliftonville and ensured there is little chance of an upset when the part-time Irish side travel to Parkhead next week for the second leg of their Champions League second qualifier. However, with the corner, Commons drilled in a cross and Lustig rose to flash a header past Devlin from six yards out. Cliftonville responded and for the first time in the game, a minute later, Hoops keeper Fraser Forster was forced into a save, from Liam Boyce’s low drive. But just after the half-hour mark and in impressive style, Samaras finished off a Celtic attack with a drive from the edge of the box which whistled high past the helpless Devlin. Celtic were clearly in the mood and in the 39th minute Commons twisted and turned at the edge of the box before beating Devlin with a curling shot, only to see it crash off the post. The home fans tried to rally their heroes as they went up the tunnel at the interval and they might have had something to cheer about three minutes after half-time when Garrett pounced on a mistake by Lustig – but his flick from six yards was too feeble to beat Forster. Still, it gave Cliftonville some encouragement and in the 55th minute only a great saving tackle from Ambrose on Joe Gormley prevented the Reds striker getting his shot away from 12 yards, as the Hoops defence looked vulnerable again. On the hour mark Celtic’s defending was again sloppy, requiring stopper Kelvin Wilson to throw himself to block a goalbound drive from former Morton player Marc Smyth. Devlin made a save from Commons’ drive and Stokes sent a shot from the edge of the box spinning back off the bar but much of the tempo had gone out of the visitors’ play – although there was time for Forrest to extend Celtic’s lead.
By Duro IkhazuagbeNigeria’s football authorities are set to announce Frenchman, Paul Le Guen as the new Manager of the Super Eagles today in Abuja.Le Guen, 52, is expected to assume duty immediately after concluding talks on his contract which is speculated to be in the region of $45,000 per month. The contract is initially for three years with chances of being renewed based on performance.The former Oman national team coach qualified the Indomitable Lions of Cameroun for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. He is also coming to the Nigerian job with a rich background of also having coached Brest, Nantes, Lyon, Rennes and Paris Saint-Germain and Glasgow Rangers in Scotland at club level.The other European coach shortlisted along with Le Guen and Salisu Yusuf for the job, Belgian Tom Sainfiet ruled himself out of the running for the Eagles top post after he assumed duty as coach of Bangladesh last week.THISDAY learnt at the weekend that the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has secured a deal with that will take care of the salaries of the national coaches including that of Le Guen.Although NFF chiefs are still keeping the name of the company out of the press for now, it is believed that the football federation will have no problem picking the bills of the French coach.“NFF will not have problem with the payment of Le Guen’s salaries at all. It has secured a good deal that will take care of that and even those of other coaches in the other national teams,” revealed the credible source yesterday.THISDAY also learnt that the new Super Eagles coach is going to be accommodated in choice part of Abuja to ensure that he is not distracted from the target of qualifying Nigeria for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.Qualifying matches of the group stage are scheduled to begin in October with Nigeria paired along with Algeria, Cameroun and Zambia.According to the source, the company to bankroll the salaries of the new coach is not the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) earlier speculation to have entered a partnership with the NFF.“No, the new sponsor is not NNPC. Discussions of possible collaboration was ongoing as at the time newspapers speculated that NFF had secured NNPC deal to pay for a new manager for Eagles,” stressed the top sports official at the weekend.More than 20 coaches applied for the Super Eagles post from which the NFF Technical and Development Committee shortlisted the final three.Giovanni Solinas, Saintfiet, Hey Antoine, Mark Wotte, Yusuf, Ernesto Paulo Calvinho, Dorian Marin, Le Guen, Miodrag Jesic, Perry Hansen, Ove Pedersen, Adebayo Lateef Kola, Sylvanus Okpala, Peter Ijeh, Vladimir Petrovic-Pizon, Lodewijk de Kruif, Kenichi Yatsuhashi, Bjorn Frank Peters and Ricki Herbert are among those who applied for the vacant position.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Facebook0Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Adopt-A-Pet of SheltonLuna Bosco is still waiting for her forever and loving family to come to Adopt-A-Pet, and take her home. Luna is a beautiful 2-year-old female Blue PitBull Terrier whose birthday is November 14, 2014. She weighs approximately 50 pounds, is spayed, and up to date with her vaccinations. Luna loves sitting for treats, fetch, walks, laying in the sun, chewing bones and car rides (she just falls asleep). This smart girl knows obedience commands, has good recall, and received 30 days training from Muck Creek Kennels in Roy, WA.Luna is doing very well with meeting other dogs, following commands, and learning all kinds of fun things. Luna prefers a stable and calm home, daily exercise and someone who will continue to challenge her mind. If you are interested in this beautiful girl, and would like to take advantage of a day of personal instruction at Muck Creek Kennels, contact an Adoption Coordinator at Adopt-A-Pet in Shelton. Emails are preferred.Adopt-A-Pet has many great dogs and always need volunteers. To see all our current dogs, visit www.adoptapet-wa.org, Facebook at “Adopt-A-Pet of Shelton Washington” or at the shelter on Jensen Road in Shelton. For more information, visit [email protected] or 360-432-3091.
The Little Silver EMS Cadet Squad is celebrating its 10th anniversary. Members, past and present, recently got together to share stories and talk about the group’s success. Among its past members are a doctor, three nurses, two investment brokers and a lawyer. Those attending the gathering were: front row, John Barney, Jeremy Susser, Trey Peterson, Tyler Birn and Kendall Sidun; second row, ToniAnn Bennett, Melissa Bennett, Kim Ambrose, who is the adviser, Karr Mullen and Chris Faherty; third row, Emily Garth, Taylor Giblin, Ashley Jordan and Elizabeth Giblin; and top row, Carli Ambrose, Peter Giblin, Kelsey Ambrose and Carolyn Bogdon.
Related Posts Tags:#Prism Growing Phone Scams: 5 Tips To Avoid The story around PRISM, the so-called U.S. surveillance program that reportedly has major tech companies working with U.S. intelligence agencies to track data on non-U.S. terrorist suspects, keeps getting bigger, as this weekend saw the outing of the source of the leak as 29-year-old programmer Edward Snowden.Snowden has been identified as a former technical assistant for the CIA and current employee of the defense contractor Booz Allen Hamilton. He revealed his own identity on his own volition.(See also: PRISM Fallout: In Cloud We Don’t Trust?)In an interview with the Guardian’s Glenn Greenwald and Laura Poitras, Snowden revealed that he became increasingly disturbed by the U.S. intelligence community’s broader focus on gathering information, especially from domestic U.S. sources.“The NSA specifically targets the communications of everyone,” Snowden said. “It ingests them by default. It collects them in its system and it filters them and it analyzes them and it measures them and it stores them for periods of time, simply because that’s the easiest and most efficient and most valuable way to achieve these ends.”Snowden said he decided to make his identity public to help establish the veracity of his claims.Where things go from here is anyone’s guess. Certainly, given its previous convictions to prosecute intelligence leaks, the U.S. government will want to have a word with Snowden, a U.S. citizen who is reportedly in Hong Kong at this time. Hong Kong has an extradition treaty with the U.S. but that treaty specifically excludes individuals who are being extradited for political purposes. In matters of foreign relations, it’s Beijing that has final say on Hong Hong’s affairs, so it will be interesting to see how they interpret Snowden’s actions.Given the timing of the recent summit between U.S. President Barack Obama and China President Xi Jinping this past weekend, it’s a good bet the subject of Snowden’s status came up during at least one of the meetings between the two leaders or their staffs.Snowden, for his part, suffers no illusions about what’s coming.“I could be rendered by the CIA, I could have people come after me, or any of their third-party partners… that’s a fear I’ll live under for the rest of my life, however long that happens to be,” the programmer stated.Image courtesy of The Guardian. Why You Love Online Quizzes How to Write a Welcome Email to New Employees? brian proffitt 7 Types of Video that will Make a Massive Impac…
zoom South Korea’s shipping company Korea Line Corp has signed a KRW 37 billion (USD 31.4 million) agreement to buy the Asia-US route network from the bankrupt container carrier Hanjin Shipping, the company said in a stock exchange filing.The deal includes Hanjin’s business network and client information related to the route, subsidiaries and logistics management systems in seven countries, including the U.S., China and Vietnam, while 574 employees of Hanjin Shipping will continue to work for Korea Line.The asset sale is scheduled to be finalized on January 5, 2017, according to the filing.Earlier in November, Korea Line was selected as the preferred bidder for Hanjin Shipping’s Asia-US route network and for the firm’s stake in a container terminal at California’s Long Beach.Korea Line has outbid its compatriot shipping company Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM), after both companies submitted their final proposals to buy Hanjin’s assets.Hanjin Shipping opted for the sale as it is looking for ways to repay debt which amounted to KRW 6 billion at the end of June.Due to the prolonged depression in the shipping market the financially troubled shipping line filed for court protection in late August 2016.World Maritime News Staff