One of the most talked-about highlights in the wake of the annual Summer Camp Music Festival this Memorial Day has been groove rock quartet Aqueous‘s Thursday, 5/25 sunset performance. The set was the first of two full-band slots over the course of the festival (guitarist Mike Gantzer also joined Umphrey’s McGee member Ryan Stasik and Kris Myers for a tribute to Green Day‘s pop-punk classic Dookie), and the Buffalo natives made it count, offering up some incredible improv as well as a couple of very special surprise guests.Summer Camp Music Festival Kicks Off With Massive Thursday Pre-Party [Photos]The previously-planned Dookie set turned out to not be the only Aqueous/Umphrey’s crossover of the weekend, as Aqueous was joined by Umphrey’s keyboardist Joel Cummins and moe. drummer Vinnie Amico for a funky run through Steely Dan‘s 1976 hit “Kid Charlemagne.” Today, Aqueous has finally released pro-shot video of the Umphreys/moe. collaboration, so we can all relive the surprise sit-in in full multi-camera HD. You can check Joel and Vinnie’s guest appearance with Aqueous at Summer Camp below, via the band’s YouTube page:SETLIST: Aqueous | Summer Camp Music Festival | 5/25/17SET 1: Skyway > Origami1 > Second Sight, Kid Charlemagne2 3, Triangle > Strange TimesNOTES:1 Unfinished2 First Time Played, Steely Dan Cover3 Featuring Vinnie Amico (moe.) on drums, Joel Cummins (Umphrey’s McGee) on keyboards[Cover photo via Phierce Photo by Keith G.] Although collaborations like this double-trouble sit-in at Summer Camp tend to be rare, fans will have the chance to see some brand new Aqueous/Umphrey’s McGee crossover action next Friday, July 7th, Umphrey’s McGee will return to Central Park’s SummerStage, with Aqueous serving as the band’s opening act. Immediately following the SummerStage performance, fans will head downtown to the Highline Ballroom, where Aqueous will host their own headlining official late-night show featuring help from Joel Cummins and his Umphrey’s bandmate, guitarist Jake Cinninger. Tickets are still available for both the SummerStage show and the Highline Ballroom late-night.
Render showing the living area in Highbury by MosaicSet to take shape in Highbury Place, the development will consist of 24 architecturally designed one and two-storey homes ranging in size from 201sq m to 227sq m.The homes will be built to accommodate buyers from downsizers seeking low-maintenance to growing families wanting room for the kids to play and the dog to run. “This will be a leafy, urban utopia just 12km from the hustle, bustle and bright lights of the CBD,” Mr Monahan said.“Residents will be close to bushland that will never be built-out and will overlook a protected wildlife enclave, providing a green and tranquil outlook.”The homes will feature open-plan living along with well-appointed kitchens, luxurious bathrooms and generous storage spaces. One of the house designs available at Highbury by MosaicMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus22 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market22 hours agoMosaic Property Group managing director Brook Monahan said Highbury responded to Upper Kedron’s evolution from prestigious acreage into a leafy urban residential location.“Million-dollar mansions on acreage blocks were once the only options on offer, making this area out of reach for most buyers,” Mr Monahan said.“However, the suburb is now transitioning into a leafy urban area with a selection of lot sizes to suit purchasers at all stages of life.“There is a strong community spirit, with residents who are passionate about preserving the area’s village lifestyle while allowing careful development to provide more housing choices.” Highbury by MosaicA BOUTIQUE 26-home enclave will be built at Upper Kedron, which has seen a 15 per cent rise in median house prices in the past five years. The leafy suburb, which had predominantly been home to farming and acreage lots, has seen a surge in residential building activity in recent years, with the Ferny Grove-Upper Kedron Neighbourhood Plan recently approved by the Brisbane City Council.Mosaic Property Group has confirmed it will construct 26 homes on blocks ranging from 450sq m to 2700sq m at its Highbury development at the foot of the picturesque D’Aguilar Range. Each of the four-bedroom contemporary residences will overlook a preserved wildlife corridor, while many of the properties will incorporate a bushland eco corridor that is protected by strict covenants. One of the house designs available at Highbury by Mosaic
BANKS DIH Limited and the Coca Cola Company are partnering to promote healthy lifestyles in schools through physical activities.Through this initiative Houston Secondary School on the East Bank of Demerara has benefited from rehabilitation of its basketball backboard and donations of basketballs and jump (skipping) ropes.Communications Manager Troy Peters, who made the presentation during a simple ceremony at the school, disclosed that the company has worked closely with Houston Secondary and is extremely pleased to be helping to promote physical education and healthy lifestyles at the institution.“This initiative is part of the Banks DIH Limited’s Corporate Social Responsibility programme which fosters positive social impact in schools. In addition, we are working closely with Coca Cola to encourage physical activities and healthy lifestyles among youths,” he disclosed.Houston Secondary is one of the schools earmarked to compete in the 2018 National Jump Rope competition, sponsored by Coca Cola and organised by the Ministry of Education.Physical Education teacher Edmond Johnson expressed appreciation to the company for the assistance.He said the school will start preparations for the School Jump Rope championships next year, while plans are in place to participate competitively in schools’ basketball tournaments soon.
The BiH tennis player Mirza Bašić qualified for the semifinals of the ATP Challenger tournament in Segovia (Spain), worth 64.000 EUR.In the quarterfinals, in a tied match after almost two hours of play Bašić defeated the first holder, the Spaniard Nicolas Almagro, the 46th player on the ATP list, with 5:7, 7:6 (5), 7:6 (4).The 26-year-old tennis player from Sarajevo will play against the Italian Luca Vanni in the semifinals today.(Source: radiosarajevo.ba/photo: radiosarajevo.ba)