On August 7th at the Dutchess County Airport in Wappingers Falls, NY, The Speed of Sound Festival will hold its second annual event. This years headliners, The Lumineers, will be joined by artists such as Simone Felice, Rayland Baxter, Swear & Shake, Nicole Atkins, and Fiction of the Future. The event is being put on by Radio Woodstock and Friendly Auto Group, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Radio Woodstock Cares Foundation, an organization that supports various non-profit groups and those in need in the Hudson Valley community.Check out the full lineup below. Tickets for the event go on sale this Friday at 10am EST, and can be purchased HERE.
Share Sharing is caring! EducationLocalNewsSecondary DGS records success in sports; other inter-school competitions by: – March 27, 2012 Share 185 Views no discussions Tweet Share Sports Teacher Neshara Sorhaindo during Phys Ed class at the DGSRoseau, Dominica – The Dominica Grammar School (DGS) is riding a wave of success in inter-school competitions held recently. The DGS recorded impressive wins in the Secondary Schools Athletics Championships held last week, capturing 25 gold medals, 17 silver medals and 6 bronze medals to take the top spot as overall champions.The U-14 netball team also defeated the Portsmouth Secondary School in the finals, 18-7, and the school is also the current volleyball champions after defeating the Dominica State College 3-2 sets earlier this month.The DGS is also the reigning U-15 Boys Football champion.Sports Teacher, Neshara Sorhaindo said these performances prove that there are hardworking students at the DGS who are striving to overcome the challenges posed by anti-social behaviour at their school.Winners of the Rotaract Club Literacy Competition with Literature teacher at the DGS Giselle Mondesire“The children have been working tirelessly to achieve their goals. I think this is a boost after all the negativity that has been attached to the school recently. The majority of students are very optimistic and are doing their best to excel in all disciplines,” she said.Sorhaindo said the DGS has also experienced success in disciplines other than sport.Earlier this month, Ashner De Jean and Dilano Miller won the literacy competition organised by the Rotaract Club and Cleopatra Christopher and Joanne Jno Baptiste competed in the semi finals of the Kiwanis Club Debating Competition.Last Friday Dimitri Raphael won the quiz competition organised by the Allaince Francaise de la Dominique as part of French Day activities and Kellin Juliana, Angel Joseph and Bernika Samuel won the song competition.Also, at the recently held Youth Parliament to mark Commonwealth Day 2012, Peaches Green was adjudged Best Role Player. By: Dionne DurandPublic Relations Specialist, Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development
Sherwood’s future is in serious doubt, but the Spurs manager is determined to make sure the club finish the campaign as strongly as possible. He said: ” At this stage of the season it’s about trying to get the points. It can’t always be pretty, sometimes you have to dig in and work for each other and I thought we certainly didn’t look like a team who had their sunglasses and flip-flops packed ready to go on holiday. “They’ve realised there’s still a job to be done for the great travelling support that we bring and they will try their best right to the death. “We’ve got two more games. We go away to West Ham, which is a derby that we need to win, and then we come home and we’re going to send them away happy after beating Aston Villa in the last game of the season. That’s what the plan is. “I continue to do my job, prepare the players the best I can and make sure they are up for the fight right until the final whistle of the season. If we continue to win, then all good.” Tottenham had a man advantage for the final 38 minutes of the match after Stoke captain Ryan Shawcross picked up a second yellow card for a foul on Rose. But the hosts responded to the crowd’s sense of injustice and finished the game looking much the stronger team. Sherwood said: “It’s a tough place to come, and we knew that. They’ve taken some big scalps here, they’ve only been beaten three times, and probably on everyone’s coupon this was a banana skin, but it never looked like that. “We should have come in at half-time more than two goals up. We dominated the game. I said to the players at half-time to be a bit more patient on the ball, a few more forward runs and we’ll create something, but it seemed to give them the initiative after they went down to 10 men. “The crowd were fantastic, drove them on, and we had to fight it out. But there were some good performances. “The criticism of Tottenham teams in the past sometimes was they didn’t want to fight it out but this team don’t roll over and they’re willing to put their bodies on the line for the cause. I demand nothing less than that.” Stoke had hoped to reach two club milestones of five home wins in a row and 47 points, equalling their best tally for a Premier League season. Surpassing that mark and achieving a first top-10 finish have been major targets for the Potters throughout the season, but they have work still to do in their final two games against Fulham and West Brom. Manager Mark Hughes was proud of the showing his players produced in adversity but was left ruing a failure to make the most of their opportunities. He said: “We had any number of chances that we could have created when we went down to 10 men, and that’s the disappointing part because we put in a great performance and had no reward.” Spurs still have an outside chance of finishing in fourth place, although it is much more likely they will qualify for the Europa League rather than the Champions League. Danny Rose scored the only goal of the game in the 33rd minute – his first for Tottenham in four years – to hand Stoke just a third home Barclays Premier League defeat of the season. Tim Sherwood hailed the fighting spirit of his Tottenham players in overcoming Stoke at a hostile Britannia Stadium. Press Association
Penn, Yale meet in Ivy League semis VETERAN LEADERSHIP: Penn’s AJ Brodeur, Devon Goodman and Ryan Betley have combined to account for 55 percent of all Quakers scoring this season, though the trio’s production has decreased to 45 percent over the last five games.KEY CONTRIBUTIONS: Brodeur has either made or assisted on 56 percent of all Penn field goals over the last three games. The senior forward has accounted for 27 field goals and 24 assists in those games.ASSIST RATIOS: The Quakers have recently created buckets via assists more often than the Bulldogs. Yale has 28 assists on 72 field goals (38.9 percent) over its previous three matchups while Penn has assists on 47 of 91 field goals (51.6 percent) during its past three games.DID YOU KNOW: Both Penn and Yale are ranked atop the Ivy League when it comes to scoring. The Quakers are ranked second in the conference at 73.7 points per game, including 78.7 per game over their last three. The Bulldogs are ranked first among all Ivy League teams and have scored 76.3 per game this year.___ Associated Press March 12, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNo. 4 seed Penn (16-11, 8-6) vs. No. 1 seed Yale (23-7, 11-3)Ivy League Conference Tourney Semifinals, Lavietes Pavilion, Boston; Saturday, 10 a.m. EDTBOTTOM LINE: A ticket to the Ivy League championship game is ready to be punched as Penn and Yale are set to face off. The teams split the regular season series at one win apiece. The teams last went at it on Feb. 28, when Penn made only five foul shots on six attempts while the Bulldogs went 14 for 16 on their way to a three-point victory. For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6
Manchester United Manager, Jose Mourinho, yesterday played down reports he is set to be offered a new contract in a television interview broadcast.Mourinho, 53, signed a three-year contract when he succeeded Louis van Gaal as United manager in July.Several British newspapers reported United were already considering offering Mourinho a new deal, but he said the stories were news to him.“They didn’t (offer a new contract) and I’m not expecting them to, because they gave me a three-year contract and were being super supportive,” he told Sky Sports News.“They always gave me the feeling three years was not the time I was going to stay and I got the feeling I was going to stay for more time.“They know if one day they bring the contract I will sign, because I love it here.” Asked whether a mega-money move to the Chinese Super League might appeal to him, he said: “China money is attractive for everyone, but I love more my football at the highest level.“I’m too young, 53, (have) too many years of football to go to a place like China. I want to stay in the place where it is most difficult to win.”United have been strongly linked with a January move for Benfica’s Swedish centre-back Victor Lindelof.Mourinho refused to be drawn on the reports, but said he would not bring in more than one new player.“Let’s see what happens,” he said. “If we buy a player we buy a player, but we are not buying two, three or four.”Out-of-favour pair Morgan Schneiderlin and Memphis Depay have both been linked with Everton.But Mourinho said he was happy with his squad, adding: “If we open the door for someone to leave, it is not because we push him, but because he wants to leave.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram