April 15, 2021

The Muppets Band Dr. Teeth And The Electric Mayhem Performs Live At Outside Lands [Full Video]

first_imgOutside Lands just pulled off one of the best sets in major festival history. The acclaimed San Francisco, CA event booked Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mayhem, the band from The Muppets, as one of their main performers this year. After the under-appreciated primetime television series The Muppets aired on ABC this year, the band made their festival debut earlier today. The band played a short set that included The Mowgli’s “San Francisco,” Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zero’s “Home,” The Band’s “Ophelia,” and a version of The Beatles’ “With A Little Help From My Friends” with the Oakland Tabernacle Choir. With short breaks for the puppeteers, the short but sweet was an incredible dose of musical fun for the music festival attendees.Watch Dr. Teeth, Floyd Pepper, Janice, Zoot, Lips, and Animal rock Outside Lands below, with full set video courtesy of Consequence of Sound.last_img read more

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Major Ground Beef Recall Underway

first_imgA recall of 1.8 million pounds of ground beef is underway as officials fear the meat could be contaminated with E. coli.The ground beef was manufactured by a Michigan company between March 31 and April 18 and sold to restaurant distributors in four states including neighboring Ohio.The possible contaminated product has not been linked to Indiana.Health officials say the best way to reduce the risk is to avoid ordering undercooked hamburger such as asking the server for a burger cooked at 160 degrees.The ground beef subject to recall have the established number of “EST. 2574B” will have a production date code listed as “”Packing Nos: MM DD 14″ between “03 31 14” and “04 18 14.”The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service said 11 people have contracted the disease.E. coli can cause severe cramps, nausea and diarrhea, as well as other complications.For more information about the national impact of the recall click here >>last_img read more

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National Federation of the Blind plans ‘White Cane Safety Walk’

first_imgCincinnati, Oh. — The National Federation of the Blind of Cincinnati will host our Annual White Cane Safety Day Walk, during the Meet the Blind Month. The event will be October 2 at 11 a.m. in Cincinnati city hall. Following the reading of a proclamation there will be light refreshments served on Fountain Square.last_img

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Pakistan fight back after Hope leads Windies defiance

first_imgBRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) – Stylish stroke-maker Shai Hope agonisingly missed out on a maiden Test hundred in an admirable West Indies batting effort, but a clatter of wickets late on the penultimate day here yesterday opened the door for Pakistan, setting up an intriguing finale to the second Test.The Barbadian right-hander struck an accomplished career-best 90, an innings that lifted West Indies to 264 for nine in their second innings – a lead of 183 runs heading into today’s last day of the Kensington Oval contest.Hope’s knock underlined West Indies’ resilience over the first two sessions which saw them reach 197 for four at tea before a collapse in the final session saw the hosts squander the momentum they had carefully gathered.Opener Kraigg Brathwaite struck 43, left-hander Vishaul Singh chipped in with 32 while Roston Chase scored 23, as West Indies battled hard on a wearing track.Leg-spinner Yasir Shah once again proved the danger man, picking up six for 90 to post his 10th five-wicket haul in Tests, while enterprising seamer Mohammad Abbas claimed two for 57.Leg-spinner Yasir Shah picked up five wickets in the final session to restrict West Indies lead to 183.Resuming the day on 40 for one, West Indies lost Shimron Hetmyer in the day’s third over before the left-hander had added to his overnight 22, bowled by one from left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir which came back to shatter the stumps, with a single run added to the overnight score.Brathwaite and Hope then energised the innings with a 56-run, third-wicket stand which saw the hosts safely through the next hour.Without a score of note in the series, Brathwaite appeared focused on notching a big one in an innings which lasted 111 deliveries in nearly 2-1/2 hours at the crease and included four boundaries.But he perished 34 minutes before lunch when he got one from Yasir which bounced, took the shoulder of the bat, for Younis Khan to pull off a brilliant one-handed catch, leaping high to his right at slip.Hope then anchored a 58-run fourth-wicket partnership with Chase to deny Pakistan any further success for the session and steer the Windies to 112 for three at lunch.Both players looked in good touch afterwards, with Hope especially growing in confidence, driving left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir straight for four and then hammering Yasir to the cover boundary in the following over.The right-handed Chase looked untroubled in 83 balls in nearly 1-3/4 hours at the crease before he was dismissed, driving an innocuous delivery back to Yasir at 155 for four, 40 minutes before tea.Hope, however, continued to steady the innings, this time finding an ally in Vishaul to help post 80 for the fifth wicket and ensure West Indies were consolidating at tea on 197 for four. He reached his maiden Test half-century half-hour before tea and was unbeaten at the break on 68, with Vishaul on 18.Hope hardly played a false stroke in an innings spanning 209 deliveries, just over 5-1/4 hours and including eight fours and a six and looked a sure bet to reach triple figures. But he suddenly lost concentration and drove Yasir uppishly to cover where Azhar Ali snared a simple catch head-high, an hour-and-a-half after tea at 235 for five.His dismissal triggered a decline as five wickets tumbled for 26 runs to see Pakistan haul their way back into the game.Without a run added, Vishaul played on to Abbas off the first ball of the next over and captain Jason Holder (1) perished in the following over from Yasir with one run added to the total, neatly caught by Younis at slip.Scenting further success, Pakistan made quick inroads into the tail. Wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich spent 10 balls and three-quarters of an hour over two before gloving a catch to Asad Shafiq running around from slip and Alzarri Joseph lasted 11 deliveries for his seven before clipping a full toss from Yasir low to Amir at short mid-wicket.WEST INDIES 1st innings 312PAKISTAN 1st innings 393WEST INDIES 2nd innings (o/n 40 for one)K. Brathwaite c Y. Khan b Y. Shah 43K. Powell c wkp. S. Ahmed b M. Abbas 6S. Hetmyer b M. Amir 22S. Hope c A. Ali b Y. Shah 90R. Chase c & b Y. Shah 23V. Singh b M. Abbas 32S. Dowrich c A. Shafiq b Y. Shah 2J. Holder c Y. Khan b Y. Shah 1D. Bishoo not out 16A. Joseph c M. Amir b Y. Shah 7S. Gabriel not out 0Extras: (b-16, lb-2, w-3, nb-1) 22Total: (9 wkts, 102 overs) 264Fall of wickets: 1-8, 2-41, 3-97, 4-155, 5-235, 6-235, 7-236, 8-252, 9-261.Bowling: Mohammad Amir 21-8-44-1 (w-1), Mohammad Abbas 25-6-57-2, Yasir Shah 39-12-90-6, Shadab Khan 17-0-55-0.Position: West Indies lead by 183 runs with one wicket intact.last_img read more

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