Thanksgiving just got real funky in San Francisco, as GRiZ has announced he will team up with Lettuce, Haywyre, and Brasstracks for a special “Funksgiving” event at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on Saturday, November 26th.It’s not the first time that GRiZ and Lettuce have shared the same bill, as both acts appeared on the Fool’s Paradise lineup earlier this year, and subsequently shared the stage for what turned out to be an epic set. They also recently performed at an Outside Lands late night party, in the very same city of San Francisco.With Indiana-based jazz-fusion act Haywyre and futuristic brass duo Brasstracks rounding out the lineup, this is going to be one serious celebration of funk and dance music.General on-sale for Funksgiving in San Francisco begins Fri, Aug 12 at 10am PST, and can be purchased here.GRiZ and Lettuce Collaborating at Fool’s Paradise, courtesy of TheSoberGoat:
AFTER an enticing first day of matches in the 2019 edition of the KFC goodwill series, day two promises even more fireworks.Today, from 13:00hrs, Lodge Secondary will play Waramadong Secondary, while at 15:00hrs, Shiva Boys Hindu College will play Annai Secondary.On Saturday, both Annai and Lodge Secondary recorded wins by commanding margins over their respective opponents.Annandale Secondary got the sharp end of the sword in a 9-1 drubbing at the hands of Region Nine’s Annai Secondary.Controlling possession was not enough for the hinterland team as the passed at will.Two goals from Junior Rodrigues (7th) and Italo Benjamin (24th) in the first half could have been enough to hand Annai the win but they were not done.In the second half, Rodrigues and Benjamin completed their braces in the 64th and 54th respectively while Raul Swan (52nd) and Brimley Moses (78th) contributed one each.Annai’s captain led from the front as he hammered a hat-trick (57th, 67th, 69th) against the lack lustre Annandale side.Colin Henriques scored a consolation goal in the 72nd.In the second fixture of the day, Marian Academy was able to put up a wall for a lengthy period of time but when the floodgates broke, Lodge slammed six goals to their one.Dorwin George netted goals in the 25th and 30th with Earl Grant getting a goal in the 27th.Marian’s Daniel Lowe netted on the resumption of the half, but that only made Lodge more vicious.Curt Edwards (61st) and Shemroy Mayers (69th) contributed one a piece and George completed his hat- trick in the 69th for the 6-1 victory.President of the Guyana Football Federation, Wayne Forde, opened the event by saying,“I want to ask each and every one of the players that are here to ensure their conduct on and off the field is good.
Justice Saunders said the CCJ has been fulfilling its main purpose of developing Caribbean jurisprudence.First rate judges “It has been doing so with a first-rate complement of judges and an efficient court staff that enable the Court to perform amazing feats. The year ahead will be challenging, but I look forward to it with optimism. I fervently believe that the Court is on the right trajectory,” said Justice Saunders, the third Caribbean national to head the Trinidad-based CCCJ.He said over the last year, the Court maintained its “solid track record” of outstanding judicial work, and the appellate caseload of the Court steadily expanded.Impressive variety of cases “But, even more significant than the increase in the number of appeals heard and judgments delivered, was the impressive variety and significance of the cases themselves. These included criminal and commercial law appeals, matters of statutory interpretation, and important questions of Caribbean constitutional law.”But he noted that on the other hand, the flow of cases in the Original Jurisdiction has remained “sluggish even as opportunities for the growth of this jurisdiction are great.“This contradiction points to the need, perhaps, for more work to be done to inform the Caribbean public, the legal profession and the Caribbean judiciary about their respective rights, obligations and entitlements under the Revised Treaty of Chaguaramas.“One of the first, if not the first, issue that arises whenever anyone speaks of the Court is the fact that, to date, there are several states in the region that have not altered their Constitutions to make the CCJ their final Court of Appeal.“This, despite the fact that regional states ratified an international treaty agreeing to take this step, and then expended tens of millions of dollars to establish and outfit the Court,’ Justice Saunders wrote. The Caribbean Court of Justice PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – The President of the Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), Justice Adrian Saunders says he remains convinced that in order to gain stronger support in the region, more information must be provided to the Caribbean public about the regional court.The CCJ was established in 2001 to replace the London-based Privy Council as the region’s final court. While several Caribbean countries are signatories to its original Jurisdiction, only Barbados, Dominica, Guyana and Belize have signed on to the Appellate Jurisdiction of the CCJ that also functions as an international tribunal interpreting the revised Treaty of Chaguaramas that governs the 15-member regional integration movement.Writing in the CCJ’s 2018 Annual Report released on Friday, Justice Saunders said more information was needed about the Court, its institutional architecture, its work over the last 13 years and what it can do to advance democracy and the rule of law in the Caribbean.