After an exciting Red Rocks announcement last month, Carlos Santana has added an enormous World Tour to his plate in 2017. The 10-time Grammy Award-winner will hit the road this April with shows in Asia and Australia before continuing his residency at Las Vegas’s House of Blues at Mandalay Bay in March. The group will go on to tour the United States from June through August before returning to the previously-scheduled residency in Las Vegas. With nearly 20 national dates added to the schedule, there’s no sign of Santana slowing down any time soon.Don’t miss the legendary, Latin American rock music of Santana. Check out his expansive tour schedule, dating all the way out through November of this year.Carlos Santana recently reunited with his classic Santana lineup of Gregg Rolie (keys/lead vocals), Neal Schon (guitar/vocals), and Michael Carabello (percussion) back on March 21st of 2016 at the House of Blues in Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, NV. Soon after, the 1971 lineup shared a new album Santana IV that combined all their signature elements in 16 spellbinding tracks. Check them out below:[H/T JamBase]
BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — The Southern Tier has the opportunity to receive money to preserve its historic buildings. “Binghamton is rich with historic resources. We have these beautiful buildings, gorgeous old houses and, these need to be preserved. Anytime that there’s economic development going on in a town, preservation should be not just a seat at the table, but the head of a table,” she said. The presentation discussed the preserved New York and Technical Assistance Grants, the requirements to receive them and how to apply. The Preservation League of New York State was in Binghamton Thursday giving local municipalities and non-profit organizations a road map to receiving preservation grants. “Historic preservation is important in any town that has these historic resources,” said Southern Tier Field Consultant Janna Rudler. The presentation was held at the Bundy Museum of History and art.
Mohamed Salah. PHOTO via @LivEchoLFC Paris, France | AFP | Egypt superstar Mohamed Salah was compared to British Olympic diver Tom Daley at the weekend after winning the penalty that sealed a 2-0 victory for title-chasing Liverpool at lowly Cardiff.The exaggerated fall by the reigning African Footballer of the Year angered Cardiff manager Neil Warnock as the Reds took a two-point lead over Manchester City.Salah and attack partner Sadio Mane from Senegal failed to score, but Ivorian Wilfried Zaha and Gabonese Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang netted as Crystal Palace upset Arsenal 3-2.ENGLANDMOHAMED SALAH (Liverpool)The striker found himself being compared to British diver Tom Daley by the frustrated Cardiff manager after earning the penalty converted by James Milner that secured the Premier League title-chasing Reds a 2-0 win in the Welsh capital. The forward was clearly grappled inside the area by Cardiff captain Sean Morrison but the exaggerated fall left Warnock bemoaning how he had made the most of the opportunity the Bluebirds had given him. “I think the end of it was a 9.9 Tom Daley job. I don’t think he could have got much higher off the diving board at the end of it,” said the veteran manager.WILFRIED ZAHA (Crystal Palace)Going from Crystal Palace straight to the Champions League may seem like a big leap but it is one the forward has said he wants to make at the end of the season. The Eagles star gave a glimpse of his class in a shock 3-2 win over Arsenal, providing a fine cross which Christian Benteke ballooned over the crossbar. He then scored their second goal after making the most of a mistake by Shkodran Mustafi.PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG (Arsenal)The former African Footballer of the Year gave his side hope of rescuing a point against Palace when he scored their second goal — his 24th of the season — in the 77th minute but that incisive burst was as good as it got for the Gunners.SPAINSOFIANE BOUFAL (Celta Vigo)Moroccan striker Boufal scored a stunning winner as Celta beat Girona 2-1 in La Liga. Boufal dribbled in from the left and curled the ball into the corner for his third goal of the season to give Celta what could prove a crucial victory against one of their rivals in the battle against relegation.KARL TOKO EKAMBI (Villarreal)/NABIL EL ZHAR (Leganes)Cameroon forward Ekambi scored his 17th goal of the season to help Villarreal beat Leganes 2-1. Toko Ekambi guided a shot into the far corner to give Villarreal a two-goal lead before Moroccan El Zhar converted a late penalty to give Leganes brief hope of a comeback. Victory sends Villarreal up to 14th, four points clear of the relegation places. ITALYHAMED JUNIOR TRAORE (Empoli)Ivorian Traore scored his first senior goal in Italy for relegation-threatened Empoli in a 4-2 defeat by SPAL. On loan from Fiorentina to Empoli, where he has played since 2017, the 19-year-old collected a Levan Mchedlidze pass to fire in from just outside the box on 47 minutes.GERMANYISHAK BELFODIL (Hoffenheim)Hoffenheim’s towering Algerian midfielder continued his superb form in 2019, scoring twice in a 5-2 win over Schalke. Belfodil scored either side of half-time to make it seven goals in his last four games and take his tally to 11 this year.SALOMON KALOU (Hertha Berlin)The Ivorian veteran missed several chances as Hertha laboured to a 0-0 draw with bottom-of-the-table Hanover. The result ended a five-game losing streak for Hertha, but keeps them in the doldrums after it was announced that coach Pal Dardai would step down at the end of the season.FRANCEKALIFA COULIBALY (Nantes)Malian Coulibaly took his tally to four goals in the last five games as Nantes beat struggling Amiens 3-2 to pull well clear of the relegation battle. The 1.97m striker has had the tough task of filling the void left by the late Emiliano Sala but his recent form suggests he is growing in confidence. With the scores level, Coulibaly turned the game his team’s way with two goals in six minutes early in the second half. He scored the first with a low strike after he was put through by Ghanaian team-mate Majeed Waris. The second was a header from a corner.BRICE SAMBA (Caen)Congo Brazzaville-born goalkeeper Samba, who started the season by making costly mistakes in a loss at Paris Saint-Germain, was the hero as Caen climbed off the bottom of the table, and gave themselves hope of escaping the automatic relegation places, with a 1-0 win at Patrick Vieira’s Nice. The scores were level when Alexander Djiku handled a free-kick from Malang Sarr. But Samba stretched to save the spot-kick by Remi Walter. Djiku made amends by scoring Caen’s second-half winner.Share on: WhatsApp
The cast of Eden sings Ain’t It Good, a song that celebrates the Noah family’s endurance through forty days and forty nights of rain and flooding on the Arc. Photo credit: Carissa Pierce Fredericks, who has been working with young thespians around Thurston County since 2013, performed in the historic Capitol Theater as a child and is thrilled to be back. Photo credit: Carissa Pierce Sailor Derito plays Mother Noah in Apple Tree’s Children of Eden. Photo credit: Carissa Pierce Tad Mettler and Leo Conklin play young Cain and Able in the show, while Jeff Hines-Mohrman and Sam Van Nuys play their older and more combative incarnations. Photo credit: Carissa Pierce The Family Noah sings excitedly and naively about their journey on the Arc before it begins. Photo credit: Carissa Pierce Facebook41Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Megan Conklin for Apple Tree ProductionsThurston County theater company Apple Tree Productions opens the musical Children of Eden this weekend and its charming melodies and timeless themes are sure to delight theater goers of all ages. The play tells the Biblical stories of the Garden of Eden, Cain and Able, and Noah’s Ark through word and song and is chocked full of action, excitement and romance. Take a look at this series of rehearsal pictures from Children of Eden – we are pretty sure they will inspire you to head to the Capitol Theater in downtown Olympia this Saturday or Sunday evening to see the show.Saturday, December 30 & Sunday, December 316:00 p.m. doors/7:00 p.m. show$15 General Admission / $12 OFS Members, Students & SeniorsTickets available online or at the box office day show Jackie DeShaye’s is a commanding and emotional Eve in Apple Tree’s Children of Eden. Photo credit: Carissa Pierce Apple Tree founder and director, Heidi Fredericks, has a gift for encouraging young actors in their craft. Photo credit: Carissa Pierce The cast of Children of Eden sings together about the trials of being lost in the wilderness. Photo credit: Carissa Pierce Apple Tree Productions offers “theater intensives” such as Children of Eden quarterly, often during school breaks. The students rehearse all day for a week and perform on the weekend. Photo credit: Carissa Pierce 1 of 10 Jackie DeShaye as Eve, and Adam Zimmerman as Adam, mourn the death of their son Able, played by Sam Van Nuys. Photo credit: Carissa Pierce