Dave Matthews Band Announces 25th Anniversary Hometown Celebration

first_imgCome May 11th, the Dave Matthews Band will embark on a major tour that spans the entirety of the summer. The group formed in 1991, thus this year marks their 25th anniversary. Eager to honor the milestone, DMB recently released some classic archival footage of some very early live performance. Now, their new announcement takes the celebration to the people.On May 7th, just days before the tour proper, the band will hit the John Paul Jones Arena in their hometown of Charlottesville, VA for a special 25th anniversary celebration. The band aims to raise over $1 million, the entirety of which will go to local charities in the Charlottesville area, as organized by the band’s own Bama Works Fund. The charitable organization helps raise money for local charities, and has raised over $40 million since its foundation in 1999.Tickets for the newly-announced anniversary celebration will be released via pre-sale from March 23rd through the 28th, and the general on sale begins next Friday, April 1st, at 10 AM Eastern. You can visit the DMB website for more show information.last_img read more

NBD Flag Wavers celebrate 20 years at Award Ceremony

first_img Tweet NBD Flag Wavers. On Saturday, March 31st, the NBD Flag Wavers held an Award Ceremony to celebrate their 20th anniversary and to recognize special contributions to the group. The group expressed thanks to the Cultural Division for its unwavering support, and to the National Bank of Dominica Ltd, who has been their sponsor for over eight years.According to the Head of the Cultural Division, Mr. Raymond Lawrence, it is a rare occurrence for a group to last that long, and that the group should be congratulated on this achievement. NBD’s Marketing Manager, Suzanne Piper, attributed the group’s longevity to the dedication of its leaders and urged the group to stay committed. Among the various awards given, members received recognition for spirit, energy, technique and versatility. An active leader of the group, Kristelle Fagan described the evening as surreal. “We have many talented young people and we had a very successful season and it was appropriate to celebrate our success.” Ms, Fagan commented.She went on to express that the NBD Flag Wavers was not only a performance group but was a family and she was honoured to contribute to the positive development of these young ladies. The NBD Flag Wavers has been a main feature at several Carnival and Independence activities over the years and continues to provide a creative avenue for dance expression among Dominica’s female youth.Press Release Share Sharing is caring! LocalNews NBD Flag Wavers celebrate 20 years at Award Ceremony by: – April 6, 2012center_img 60 Views   no discussions Share Sharelast_img read more

Skaneateles girls hockey stopped in sectional final

first_imgThough it took a far longer and far more difficult path to this point, and would not be on home ice, the Skaneateles girls hockey team still found itself playing for another Section III championship.It came down to the no. 3 seed Lakers defending its title against top seed Clinton Thursday night at Cicero Twin Rinks.And while Sknaeateles finally broke a long shutout streak by the Warriors, it could not keep Clinton from breaking through for its first-ever sectional title, prevailing 4-1 to avenge losses to the Lakers in the 2018 and 2019 finals. Tags: girls hockeyskaneateles Rebecca Cain and Rachelle Cain both picked up assists, too, and though Shea Baker scored for Ithaca, Evie Sheridan, accustomed to post-season pressure, turned everything else back, finishing with 19 saves.In the other semifinal, Clinton blanked Oswego 2-0, setting up the title clash as the Warriors entered the night unbeaten in 11 straight games.Skaneateles knew that pulling off this win would require a big turnaround from their two earlier encounters in January, where Clinton had twice shut out the Lakers by margins of 4-0 and 3-0.Applying pressure from the outset, the Warriors got an early power play that Skanetaeles killed off thanks to a pair of Sheridan stops.But at the eight-minute mark of the first period Mia Lopata won a face-off and passed it to Drew Kopek, who alone in front of the net beat Sheridan to put Clinton in front.Far more important was Ella Greico tipping in Hailey Kwiatkowski’s shot from the right circle with 1:33 left in the period.That, along with the Warriors killing off a five-on-three Lakers advantage early in the second period, proved a turning point, Clinton extending its margin to 3-0 when Lopata scored at the 10:01 mark.It wasn’t until the Lakers’ fifth power play with 3:59 left in regulation that it finally got a goal against the Warriors, scored by Rebecca Cain off a feed from Torrey, but Greico sealed it with an empty-netter in the final minute.Overall, Sheridan had 27 saves and was named a first-team All-League selection in goal, with Torrey earning second-team honors as Lopata was chosen as the league’s Player of the Year.Skaneateles finished at 6-8-1, but with just one senior on its roster it should be poised for another championship run in 2020-21.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story center_img Just getting here, though, required Skaneateles to go on the road in last Tuesday night’s semifinal round and take out no. 2 seed Ithaca – which the Lakers did, defeating the Little Red 3-1.During their regular-season meetings, Skaneateles had tied Ithaca 1-1 on Dec. 20 and then beat them 2-1 on Jan. 16, less than two weeks before the playoff encounter.Here, the Lakers were more productive, with Adriana Barbuto getting one goal and one assist as Lizzy Sachar and Campbell Torrey also found the net.last_img read more