MTV Live and nugs.net announced a brand new collaboration yesterday, with nugs.net providing live footage from jam-themed shows to air on the MTV Live network. Titled “nugs.net Live Stash,” the show was introduced with two upcoming episodes, featuring The Disco Biscuits at Camp Bisco and Widespread Panic at Red Rocks.Today we’ve learned the extent of the Live Stash schedule, as the program will follow those episodes with a number of jam scene favorites. Moe., The String Cheese Incident, Dead & Company, Umphrey’s McGee, Chris Robinson Brotherhood and Gov’t Mule will all be featured on the series, highlighted by sets at festivals and famed venues across the country.You can see the full schedule below, which indicates the airing date, band, and location for each show. Don’t miss out on your chance to see MTV play real live!nugs.net Live Stash ScheduleSunday 10/2 at 9p The Disco Biscuits at Camp Bisco 2016Sunday 10/9 at 9p Widespread Panic at Red Rocks 2016Sunday 10/16 at 9p moe. at moe.down 2013Sunday 10/23 at 9p The String Cheese Incident at Red Rocks 2016Sunday 10/30 at 9p Dead and Company at Fenway Park 2016Sunday 11/6 at 9p Umphrey’s McGee at LOCKN’ Festival 2016Sunday 11/13 at 9p Chris Robinson Brotherhood at LOCKN’ Festival 2016Sunday 11/20 at 9p Gov’t Mule at The Capitol Theatre 2015
Español, Holidays, Press Release Este viernes Pennsylvania celebra el primer aniversario de la declaración del 19 de junio como el Día Nacional de la Libertad Juneteenth en Pennsylvania. El Gobernador Wolf está alentando a los residentes de Pennsylvania a reflexionar sobre la importancia del feriado estatal y la necesidad permanente de una sociedad justa y equitativa.“Este Juneteenth, las personas de todo Pennsylvania y del mundo celebrarán este importante día de la independencia”, dijo el Gobernador Wolf. “Es un momento para honrar la historia afroamericana y reflexionar sobre la manera en que cada uno de nosotros puede promover la igualdad, la libertad y la justicia para todas las personas”.El 19 de junio de 2019, el Gobernador Wolf firmó una legislación que designaba al 19 de junio como el “Día Nacional de la Libertad Juneteenth” en Pennsylvania. Juneteenth, un acrónimo de junio y diecinueve, marca al 19 de junio de 1865, cuando los soldados de la Unión llegaron a Galveston, Texas, el punto más extremo del sur, con noticias sobre fin de la Guerra Civil. Los esclavos no sabían que habían sido liberados más de dos años antes cuando el Presidente Lincoln firmó la Proclamación de la Emancipación, o que el General Confederado Robert E. Lee se había rendido en Virginia dos meses atrás.“En las últimas semanas, personas de toda la nación se han unido para exigir el fin de la opresión y el racismo sistémicos de los afroamericanos”, dijo el Gobernador Wolf. “La libertad para todos no se realiza plenamente hasta que cada persona es verdaderamente libre. Este Juneteenth tenemos la oportunidad de unirnos contra la injusticia y crear un cambio duradero que haga de Pennsylvania y nuestra nación un lugar mejor para todos”.En conmemoración de Juneteenth, el 19 de junio será un feriado no laboral especial para los empleados estatales bajo la jurisdicción del Gobernador.View this information in English. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter El Gobernador Wolf conmemora al Juneteenth como el día nacional de la libertad June 18, 2020
Dearborn County, In. — North Vernon-based Dave O’Mara Contracting will begin bridge deck overlays and repairs in Dearborn and Switzerland Counties around July 31, weather permitting. The $497,612 contract includes work on U.S. 50 near Tanner’s Creek in Dearborn County and State Road 56 at Indian Creek in Switzerland County.The overlay on U.S. 50 at Tanner’s Creek will cover all four spans and increase traction. Two-way traffic will be maintained on the bridge, but shifted to accommodate work operations. Statistics show more than 17,000 vehicles per day use the bridge.The State Road 56 bridge will be reduced to one lane and controlled with signals during construction. Statistics show the bridge handles about 3,000 vehicles per day.The completion date for both bridges is September 1, 2017.
Ronnie Price initially insisted he didn’t have a broken nose.Not only was the Lakers point guard’s nose badly broken during Monday’s loss to the Trailblazers, he needed 11 stitches and got a black eye resulting from the damage. If that wasn’t enough, the next day he came down with severe flu symptoms.His sickness restricted him such that he didn’t have to decide if his nose was healed enough to play in Wednesday’s loss to the Clippers. After sitting out one game, his symptoms subsided enough for Price to practice Thursday and after insisting he wouldn’t wear a mask to protect his healing nose, the veteran guard reluctantly donned one. He is expected to play today against Orlando wearing the mask, but is eager to be rid of it.“I hate this thing,” Price said. “It’s the worst. It’s comfortable as far as what it is and I’m happy that someone actually put the time in to make it, but as far as me wearing it, I can’t stand it.”After taking an elbow to the nose from Portland’s Thomas Robinson on Monday, Price said the pain didn’t kick in until later that night. He was actually hoping to stop the bleeding in time to get back in the game after leaving with 29.8 seconds left in the third quarter.“They kept on telling me ‘Your nose it broke,’” Price said. “I was like, ‘No it’s not. It doesn’t hurt.’ I kept (shifting it back and forth) and it probably made it worse. Then I got to the doctor. … I looked at it and I saw that one side was dented in and the other was poking out. I was like, ‘Oh, OK.’”Young day-to-dayNick Young sat out of Thursday’s practice with a sore knee the small forward hit on the floor after he slipped coming off a screen during the second quarter of Wednesday’s loss to the Clippers.After visiting a doctor and getting X-rays on Thursday, Young called himself day-to-day and said he expects to play today when the Lakers host Orlando.Young is officially listed as questionable for the game as is Wesley Johnson, who has missed the last two games with a strained right hip flexor. Kobe Bryant also sat out of Thursday’s practice. Byron Scott wasn’t emulating the Zen Master on Wednesday night when he called his own team soft after the Lakers’ embarrassing 114-89 loss to the Clippers.It wasn’t an attempt to manipulate his team through the media, something Phil Jackson might appreciate. The Lakers coach was just mad.“I was just telling them the truth,” Scott said. “I just wanted to tell them how I felt and how I thought the Clippers viewed us as a basketball team. And I was just being totally honest.”Scott didn’t back off his comments Thursday after a practice he made sure to point out concluded with a healthy dose of running. To the contrary, Scott acknowledged the seriousness of his choice of the word soft. “It’s almost like walking up to another man and slapping him,” Scott said. “But like I said, I wasn’t pulling punches.”With his team trailing by 22 at halftime — the Lakers’ largest deficit of the night was 43 — Scott relayed the same message to his team that he later told the media. When the game ended, he simply told the players to go home. In an effort to not further enrage himself, Scott hadn’t viewed the game tape from the 25-point loss as of Thursday afternoon. “I did myself a favor and didn’t look at the video,” he said. “I’ll look at the video (Thursday) afternoon. Because for me, if I looked at the video (Wednesday) night or (Thursday) morning before practice, it probably would have just made me more pissed off, to be honest with you. Let’s get through practice. I’ll go home and I’ll look at it. Then I’ll probably come out here (Friday) pissed off.”Tough week for Price Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error