Phil Lesh & Friends Announce Run With John Scofield, Stanley Jordan, Anders Osborne, Jeff Chimenti, & More


first_imgPhil Lesh has announced his first show with Phil Lesh & Friends for 2018! The Grateful Dead bassist will host a three-night Jazz-themed run at his own Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, CA on January 24-26. On the first night, Lesh will share the stage with guitarists Stanley Jordan and Anders Osborne, keyboardist Jeff Chimenti, and drummer Tony Leone. On the second and third night, guitarist John Scofield and drummer John Molo will tap in with Anders Osborne and Jeff Chimenti for two nights of jazzy goodness.Tickets for the three-night run are currently available here. See below for a detailed spread of the Jan 24-26 run with Phil Lesh & Friends.Phil Lesh & Friends featuringStanley Jordan, Anders Osborne,Jeff Chimenti, & Tony LeoneWednesday, January 24Doors 7pm / Show 8pmTickets: $69Ages 16+——–Phil Lesh & Friends featuringJohn Scofield, Anders Osborne ,John Molo & Jeff ChimentiThursday, January 25Doors 7pm / Show 8pmTickets: $69Ages 16+[photo: Bob Schultz]last_img read more

American Academy inducts 17 faculty


first_imgA group of Harvard faculty members has been inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 230th class of fellows, which totaled 210 new fellows and 18 foreign honorary members.The 17 fellows from Harvard, officially recognized in an Oct. 9 ceremony, were celebrated for their cutting-edge research and scholarship, artistic accomplishment, and exemplary service to society.“The induction ceremony celebrates the academy’s mission and the accomplishments of its newly elected members,” said American Academy President Leslie Berlowitz. “Through three centuries of service, the academy and its fellows have been dedicated to intellectual leadership and constructive action in America and the world.”The fellows from Harvard follow:Harvey Cantor, Baruj Benacerraf Professor of Pathology, Harvard Medical SchoolHarvey G. Cox Jr., Hollis Research Professor of Divinity, Emeritus, Harvard Divinity SchoolRonald A. DePinho, professor of medicine, Harvard Medical SchoolEdward Glaeser, Fred and Eleanor Glimp Professor of Economics; director, Taubman Center for State and Local Government; director, Rappaport Institute for Greater BostonJack L. Goldsmith, Henry L. Shattuck Professor of Law, Harvard Law SchoolDavid Haig, George Putnam Professor of Organismic and Evolutionary BiologyEvelyn L. Hu, Gordon McKay Professor of Applied Physics and Electrical Engineeringlast_img read more

FIFA give clubs permission to decline international call-ups, recommend fixture postponement


first_imgFIFA have issued a statement granting clubs the option to prevent their players from joining up with their national teams and have recommended that all international matches be postponed until further notice due to coronavirus. FIFA President Gianni Infantino The outbreak has already seen most top-level club competition suspended, both at domestic league level and at European level. A round of international fixtures had been scheduled to take place in March and April, including Euro 2020 qualification games, but FIFA have suggested that the games should not go ahead. “In light of the current situation concerning the Coronavirus, the Bureau of the FIFA Council has decided that the general football rules which normally oblige clubs to release players for national team matches will not apply for the up-coming international windows in March/April,” an official FIFA statement read. “The situation is rapidly evolving across the world and various international travel restrictions have already been imposed by different public authorities.” However, it is not just for health reasons that the governing body are suggesting a postponement, but for sporting reasons as well, with some national teams potentially at a disadvantage if they are unable to call on their best players. “FIFA understands that to hold the matches under current circumstances might not only present potential health risks to players (and to the general public) but would also, most likely, compromise the sporting integrity of such matches insofar as certain teams may be deprived of their best squads whilst others may not,” the statement continued. “To avoid any unnecessary health risks and also situations of potential sporting unfairness, we therefore recommend that all international matches previously scheduled to take place in March and April should now be postponed until such time that they can take place in a safe and secure environment, both for players and for the general public. The final decision on this issue rests with the respective competition organisers or relevant member association in case of friendlies.” FIFA also insist that work regarding potential rescheduling of any postponed games is already underway. “The qualifying matches for the FIFA World Cup in both Asia and South America have already been postponed following consultation between FIFA and the Confederations concerned,” the statement read. “In consultation with the confederations and relevant stakeholders, FIFA will be studying the possibilities for re-scheduling any postponed matches and is confident that with goodwill and flexibility from all sides, appropriate solutions will be found to allow the matches to take place in due course and with minimal disruption. “We are working in close cooperation with relevant national and international public health authorities (most notably the World Health Organisation) and, taking into account the expert advice that we have received on the matter, we consider this measure and recommendation to be the most appropriate and responsible step to take under the current circumstances.” Before that encounter, Rodgers’ troops welcomed back the former Genk star for their FA Cup meeting with Birmingham City, which ended 1-0 to the East Midlanders. Inevitably, various reports in the last winter transfer window linked the midfield enforcer with Arsenal. With the Gunners’ struggling for form, and a team that is always crying out for players in his mould, it was only a matter of time. Even though Mikel Arteta has managed to improve the performance of the team since his employment, a player like Ndidi is going to bolster his options in midfield. However, convincing the Nigerian international to abandon the ongoing footballing project at Belvoir Drive for the eerily desolate Emirates Stadium may prove a tough ask. The three-time Premier League champions haven’t played in the continent’s most prestigious showpiece since 2016-17 and have had to make do with the Europa League in the last three campaigns. While Leicester appear well placed to reach the Champions League next season, the same cannot be said of Arsenal. The Gunners currently lie ninth, still needing results to go their way to stand any chance of playing any sort of European football next season. Leaving the promising situation of being a key player in a team where he is enjoying his best football under the tutelage of Rodgers, whilst competing against the best teams in Europe’s premier club competition, might just prove too alluring for the young midfielder. Read Also:South America asks FIFA to delay World Cup qualifiers because of virus Would it really be a step forward in Ndidi’s career for him to swap Champions League football with Leicester for Arsenal? 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Hancock County 2017-18 Fall Sports Schedule


first_imgBelow is a list of games, meets and other events for this fall’s high school sports season. Road teams are listed first. Only dates with scheduled events are listed.Friday, Sept. 1Girls’ soccer: Orono vs. Bucksport, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: George Stevens Academy vs. Dexter, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Central vs. Sumner, 4 p.m.Volleyball: Bucksport vs. Sumner, 5 p.m.Volleyball: Calais vs. Mount Desert Island, 6 p.m.Saturday, Sept. 2Football: Ellsworth/Sumner vs. Dexter, 1 p.m.Football: Bucksport vs. Lisbon, 1:30 p.m.Football: MDI vs. Winslow, 1 p.m.Boys’ soccer: Foxcroft vs. Ellsworth, 3 p.m.Boys’ soccer: Orono vs. Bucksport, 4 p.m.Boys’ soccer: MDI vs. Hermon, 1 p.m.Boys’ soccer: Central vs. Sumner, 11 a.m.Boys’ soccer: Calais vs. Deer Isle-Stonington, noonGirls’ soccer: Foxcroft vs. Ellsworth, 1 p.m.Girls’ soccer: MDI vs. Hermon, 11 a.m.Girls’ soccer: Calais vs. DI-S, 2 p.m.Cross-country: Ellsworth Invitational, 11 a.m.Tuesday, Sept. 5Boys’ soccer: Ellsworth vs. Belfast, 3:30 p.m.Boys’ soccer: GSA vs. Dexter. 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Belfast vs. Ellsworth, 6 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Bucksport vs. GSA, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Calais vs. Sumner, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Searsport vs. DI-S, 4 p.m.Volleyball: Ellsworth vs. Washington Academy, 5:30 p.m.Volleyball: Bucksport vs. GSA, 5 p.m.Volleyball: Sumner vs. Narraguagus, 5 p.m.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textWednesday, Sept. 6Boys’ soccer: Bucksport vs. GSA, 4 p.m.Boys’ soccer: MDI vs. Washington Academy, 4 p.m.Boys’ soccer: Searsport vs. DI-S, 4 p.m.Thursday, Sept. 7Boys’ soccer: Bangor Christian vs. Sumner, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Bucksport vs. Central, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: MDI vs. Washington Academy, 4 p.mGirls’ soccer: GSA vs. Searsport, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Sumner vs. Bangor Christian, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: DI-S vs. Narraguagus, 4 p.m.Volleyball: Lee Academy vs. Bucksport, 5 p.m.Volleyball: GSA vs. Jonesport-Beals, 5 p.m.Volleyball: Woodland vs. Sumner, 5 p.m.Friday, Sept. 8Football: Bucksport vs. Mattanawcook Academy, 7 p.m.Football: Old Town vs. MDI, 7 p.m.Boys’ soccer: Mount View vs. Ellsworth, 6 p.m.Boys’ soccer: Bucksport vs. Central, 4 p.m.Boys’ soccer: GSA vs. Searsport, 4 p.m.Volleyball: Ellsworth vs. Greely, 6:30 p.m.Volleyball: MDI vs. Windham, 6 p.m.Saturday, Sept. 9Football: Ellsworth/Sumner vs. Mount View, 1:30 p.m.Boys’ soccer: Old Town vs. MDI, 1 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Bucksport vs. Calais, 1 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Old Town vs. MDI, 11 a.m.Girls’ soccer: DI-S vs. Bangor Christian, 11 a.m.Volleyball: Ellsworth vs. Gorham, 12:30 p.m.Volleyball: MDI vs. Cape Elizabeth, 12:30 p.m.Cross-country: Presque Isle Invitational, 1 p.m.Cross-country: Bucksport Invitational, 11 a.m.Monday, Sept. 11Boys’ soccer: Ellsworth vs. GSA, 4 p.m.Boys’ soccer: Bucksport vs. Searsport, 4 p.m.Boys’ soccer: Sumner vs. DI-S, 4 p.m.Tuesday, Sept. 12Girls’ soccer: Ellsworth vs. GSA, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Bucksport vs. Searsport, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Sumner vs. Mattanawcook, 4 p.m.Volleyball: Bucksport vs. MDI, 5 p.m.Cross-country: Lee Academy Invitational, 4 p.m.Wednesday, Sept. 13Boys’ soccer: Hermon vs. Ellsworth, 6 p.m.Boys’ soccer: Dexter vs. Bucksport, 4 p.m.Boys’ soccer: GSA vs. MDI, 6 p.m.Boys’ soccer: DI-S vs. Jonesport-Beals, 4 p.m.Volleyball: Jonesport-Beals vs. GSA, 5 p.m.Thursday, Sept. 14Boys’ soccer: Sumner vs. Machias, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Hermon vs. Ellsworth, 6 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Dexter vs. Bucksport, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: GSA vs. MDI, 6 p.m.Volleyball: GSA vs. Ellsworth, 5:15 p.m.Volleyball: Sumner vs. Machias, 5 p.m.Friday, Sept. 15Football: Hermon vs. Ellsworth/Sumner, 7 p.m.Football: MDI vs. Bucksport, 7 p.m.Boys’ soccer: Central vs. Bucksport, 4 p.mGirls’ soccer: Sumner vs. DI-S, 4 p.m.Volleyball: Washington Academy vs. MDI, 5:30 p.m.Cross-country: Washington Academy Invitational, 4 p.m.Cross-country: Central Invitational, 4 p.m.Saturday, Sept. 16Boys’ soccer: Ellsworth vs. John Bapst, 12:30 p.m.Boys’ soccer: Caribou vs. MDI, 3 p.m.Boys’ soccer: GSA vs. Houlton, noonBoys’ soccer: Narraguagus vs. Sumner, 11 a.m.Boys’ soccer: DI-S vs. Searsport, noonGirls’ soccer: Ellsworth vs. John Bapst, 11 a.m.Girls’ soccer: Caribou vs. MDI, 1 p.m.Girls’ soccer: GSA vs. Houlton, 1 p.m.Girls’ soccer: DI-S vs. Searsport, 2 p.m.Monday, Sept. 18Boys’ soccer: MDI vs. Ellsworth, 6 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Sumner vs. Bucksport 4 p.m.Volleyball: Bucksport vs. Ellsworth, 5:15 p.m.Volleyball: GSA vs. Narraguagus, 5 p.m.Tuesday, Sept. 19Boys’ soccer: Sumner vs. Bucksport, 4 p.m.Boys’ soccer: DI-S vs. Bangor Christian, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: MDI vs. Ellsworth, 6 p.m.Volleyball: Lee Academy vs. GSA, 6 p.m.Wednesday, Sept. 20Boys’ soccer: Ellsworth vs. Washington Academy, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Orono vs. GSA, 4 p.m.Volleyball: MDI vs. Ellsworth, 5:15 p.m.Volleyball: Washington Academy vs. Bucksport, 5 p.m.Thursday, Sept. 21Boys’ soccer: Orono vs. GSA, 4 p.m.Boys’ soccer: Calais vs. Sumner, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Ellsworth vs. Washington Academy, 5 p.m.Volleyball: Calais vs. GSA, 6 p.m.Friday, Sept. 22Football: Houlton vs. Ellsworth/Sumner, 7 p.m.Football: Bucksport vs. Foxcroft, 7 p.m.Football: Hermon vs. MDI, 7 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Calais vs. Bucksport, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Narraguagus vs. Sumner, 4 p.m.Cross-country: Seacoast Invitational, 4 p.m. (Sumner hosts)Saturday, Sept. 23Boys’ soccer: Bucksport vs. Calais, 1 p.m.Boys’ soccer: MDI vs. Presque Isle, 3 p.m.Boys’ soccer: Houlton vs. GSA, 2:30 p.m.Boys’ soccer: Sumner vs. Lee Academy, 11 a.m.Boys’ soccer: DI-S vs. Schenck, 1 p.m.Girls’ soccer: MDI vs. Presque Isle, 1 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Houlton vs. GSA, 1 p.m.Girls’ soccer: DI-S vs. Schenck, 11 a.m.Volleyball: Calais vs. Bucksport, 1:30 p.m.Volleyball: Cony vs. MDI, 1 p.m.Cross-country: Old Town Invitational, 1 p.m.Monday, Sept. 25Boys’ soccer: Presque Isle vs. Ellsworth, 5:30 p.m.Boys’ soccer: John Bapst vs. MDI, 6 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Central vs. Bucksport, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: GSA vs. DI-S, 4 p.m.Tuesday, Sept. 26Boys’ soccer: Bucksport vs. Orono, 4 p.m.Boys’ soccer: GSA vs. DI-S, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Presque Isle vs. Ellsworth, 5:30 p.m.Girls’ soccer: John Bapst vs. MDI, 6 p.m.Volleyball: Ellsworth vs. Sumner, 5:15 p.m.Volleyball: GSA vs. Calais, 6 p.m.Wednesday, Sept. 27Boys’ soccer: Washington Academy vs. MDI, 6 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Bucksport vs. Orono, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Searsport vs. GSA, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Sumner vs. Lee Academy, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Narraguagus vs. DI-S, 4 p.m.Volleyball: MDI vs. Machias, 5:30 p.m.Thursday, Sept. 28Boys’ soccer: Ellsworth vs. Old Town, 6:30 p.m.Boys’ soccer: DI-S vs. Bucksport, 4 p.m.Boys’ soccer: Searsport vs. GSA, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Washington Academy vs. MDI, 6 p.m.Volleyball: GSA vs. Bucksport, 5 p.m.Volleyball: Sumner vs. Jonesport-Beals, 5 p.m.Friday, Sept. 29Football: Ellsworth/Sumner vs. Winthrop, 7 p.m.Football: Dexter vs. Bucksport, 7 p.m.Football: MDI vs. Maine Central Institute, 7 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Ellsworth vs. Old Town, 6:30 p.m.Volleyball: Washington Academy vs. Ellsworth, 5:15 p.m.Saturday, Sept. 30Boys’ soccer: Bucksport vs. Mattanawcook, 2 p.m.Boys’ soccer: Schenck vs. DI-S, 1 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Bucksport vs. Mattanawcook, noonGirls’ soccer: Schenck vs. DI-S, 11 a.m.Volleyball: Sumner vs. Bucksport, 4 p.m.Cross-country: Festival of Champions, 11 a.m. (Belfast hosts)Monday, Oct. 2Boys’ soccer: GSA vs. Ellsworth, 6 p.m.Boys’ soccer: Machias vs. Sumner, 4 p.m.Volleyball: Narraguagus vs. GSA, 4 p.m.Volleyball: Machias vs. Sumner, 5 p.m.Tuesday, Oct. 3Girls’ soccer: GSA vs. Ellsworth, 6 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Mount View vs. MDI, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: DI-S vs. Sumner, 4 p.m.Volleyball: GSA vs. Lee Academy, 6 p.m.Wednesday, Oct. 4Boys’ soccer: MDI vs. GSA, 4 p.m.Boys’ soccer: DI-S vs. Sumner, 4 p.m.Volleyball: Bucksport vs. Jonesport-Beals, 5 p.m.Volleyball: MDI vs. Washington Academy, 5:30 p.m.Thursday, Oct. 5Boys’ soccer: Jonesport-Beals vs. DI-S, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Ellsworth vs. Mount View, 3:30 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Mattanawcook vs. Bucksport, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: MDI vs. GSA, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Bangor Christian vs. Sumner, 4 p.m.Volleyball: Sumner vs. GSA, 5 p.m.Friday, Oct. 6Football: Ellsworth/Sumner vs. Stearns/Schenck, 7 p.m.Football: Washington Academy vs. Bucksport, 7 p.m.Football: MDI vs. Waterville, 7 p.m.Boys’ soccer: Mattanawcook vs. Bucksport, 4 p.m.Boys’ soccer: Sumner vs. Bangor Christian, 4 p.m.Volleyball: Deering vs. Ellsworth, 6:30 p.m.Volleyball: Yarmouth vs. MDI, 7 p.m.Saturday, Oct. 7Boys’ soccer: Ellsworth vs. Caribou, 4 p.m.Boys’ soccer: MDI vs. Mount View, 11 a.m.Girls’ soccer: Ellsworth vs. Caribou, 2 p.m.Girls’ soccer: DI-S vs. Calais, noonVolleyball: Yarmouth vs. Ellsworth, 12:30 p.m.Volleyball: North Yarmouth vs. Bucksport, 10 a.m.Volleyball: Lake Region vs. Bucksport, 1 p.m.Volleyball: Deering vs. MDI, 11:30 a.m.Volleyball: North Yarmouth vs. Sumner, 11:30 a.m.Volleyball: Lake Region vs. Sumner, 2:30 p.m.Cross-country: Hancock County championships, 11 a.m. (Bucksport hosts)Tuesday, Oct. 10Boys’ soccer: Belfast vs. MDI, 6 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Searsport vs. Bucksport, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: MDI vs. Belfast, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: DI-S vs. GSA, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Sumner vs. Calais, 4 p.m.Volleyball: Ellsworth vs. GSA, 5:15 p.m.Volleyball: MDI vs. Cony, 5:30 p.m.Volleyball: Jonesport-Beals vs. Sumner, 5 p.m.Wednesday, Oct. 11Boys’ soccer: Washington Academy vs. Ellsworth, 6 p.m.Boys’ soccer: Searsport vs. Bucksport, 4 p.m.Boys’ soccer: DI-S vs. GSA, 4 p.m.Boys’ soccer: Sumner vs. Calais, 4 p.m.Volleyball: Ellsworth vs. MDI, 5:15 p.m.Thursday, Oct. 12Boys’ soccer: MDI vs. Foxcroft, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Washington Academy vs. Ellsworth, 6 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Bucksport vs. Sumner, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: MDI vs. Foxcroft, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: GSA vs. Orono, 4 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Bangor Christian vs. DI-S, 4 p.m.Volleyball: Narraguagus vs. Sumner, 5 p.m.Friday, Oct. 13Football: Orono vs. Ellsworth/Sumner, 7 p.m.Football: Leavitt vs. MDI, 7 p.m.Boys’ soccer: Bucksport vs. Sumner, 4 p.m.Boys’ soccer: GSA vs. Orono, 4 p.m.Boys’ soccer: Bangor Christian vs. DI-S, 4 p.m.Volleyball: MDI vs. Calais, 6 p.m.Saturday, Oct. 14Football: Bucksport vs. Mount View, 7 p.m.Volleyball: GSA vs. Woodland, 12:30 p.m.Cross-country: PVC Class B championships, noon (Orono hosts)Monday, Oct. 16Boys’ soccer: Ellsworth vs. MDI, 6 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Sumner vs. Narraguagus, 3:30 p.m.Volleyball: Ellsworth vs. Bucksport, 5:15 p.m.Tuesday, Oct. 17Boys’ soccer: Sumner vs. Narraguagus, 3:30 p.m.Girls’ soccer: Ellsworth vs. MDI, 6 p.m.Volleyball: Sumner vs. Ellsworth, 5:15 p.m.Friday, Oct. 20Football: Washington Academy vs. Ellsworth/Sumner, 7 p.m.Football: Stearns/Schenck vs. Bucksport, 7 p.m.Football: Nokomis vs. MDI, 7 p.m.Saturday, Oct. 21Cross-country: Class B regional championships, 11 a.m. (Belfast hosts)Saturday, Oct. 28Cross-country: Class B state championships, 11 a.m. (Belfast hosts)last_img read more