At the end of this month, July 31st, Led Zeppelin will finish their extensive archival re-release project with deluxe issues of Presence (1976), In Through The Out Door (1979) and Coda (1982). Each album will come with a companion disc, complete with never-before-heard alternate versions and new songs that are sure to make any Zeppelin fan giddy.Stream Led Zeppelin’s Deluxe ‘Physical Graffiti’With that release fast approaching, Zeppelin has shared a raw version of their 1979 track “In The Evening”. This version is more evened out compared to the final album version, which features more of Zeppelin’s signature grungy rock sound.You can hear the single below:Just How Much Of Led Zeppelin’s Music Was Stolen?We’re certainly looking forward to these final archival releases, especially if that means that Jimmy Page will start touring again after he finishes this project.[Via Yahoo! Music]
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72 Views no discussions Share The seven young ladies vying for the coveted title of Miss Dominica 2014 were presented to the public in the Carnival Queen Pre Show held at the Arawak House of Culture on December 8.The contestants selected for next year’s National Queen Show are Jewele’ Brown- Pointe Michel, Shalina Samuel – Stock farm, Octavia Prosper – La Plaine/Delice, Royette Laurent – Portsmouth, Donella Riviere – Roseau, Francine Baron – Grand Bay, Tourence Dorsette – Marigot.“The Miss Dominica Pageant is the ideal platform which provides an opportunity for beautiful and talented young women to become ambassadors for their country,” chairperson of the Queen Show Committee Romualda Hyacinth said.The months of training and preparation leading up to the pageant “creates the foundation for transforming these young women into incredible beings” she stated and added that tremendous effort is being placed into moulding and grooming them into intelligent and admirable young women.She continued, “One of the positive effects of this transformation is that the contestants more than often become role models for other potential participants.”Chairperson of the Queen Show Committee Romualda Hyacinth“Young girls look up to them most and who they connect with as is the current situation with reigning Miss Dominica Leslassa Armour-Shillingford,” she said.“This is the mission of the Queen Show Committee.”The pre-show she explained is to celebrate and accept the role of girls and young women in Dominica’s society.“We want to showcase our young ladies; it’s about affirming the importance of women in our society.”The ladies participated in four segments, appearing in casual wear outfits designed by Nadia McDowell and Sandra Bobb and constructed by Sharon Merifield during the first segment introduction.The other segments were talent, swim wear and evening wear; the show was not judged.[nggallery id = 422]Dominica Vibes News Tweet EntertainmentLocalNews Miss Dominica contestants presented at Pre Show by: – December 9, 2013 Sharing is caring! Share Share
By DANI ROTHWELL BERWICK Beaconhills student Leshea P has designed a steam punk stilt costume as her contribution to the…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.
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The Kootenay Thunder earned respect from more than a few colleges and university coached during the Starfire Fieldturf Showcase Soccer Tournament this past weekend in Seattle.The Thunder finished the tourney with a 1-1-2 record.“The Thunder team impressed many coaches and teams with one U.S. College coach stating he would take the whole squad if he had the budget,” said Kootenay head coach Dave Spendlove, who runs the regional squad out of the Soccer Quest Indoor facility in Nelson.The team, consisting of players from throughout the Kootenay region along with a handful of imports from Kamloops and playing in the top division, opened the tournament by playing to a scoreless draw against Seattle Legacy.According to Spendlove, “Kootenay outplayed their American opponents in all departments but could not get the ball in the net.”Kootenay kept its goal-scoring drought alive in a 0-0 tie against Semiahmoo Scorpions of White Rock.Saturday afternoon the Thunder, playing its best half in two years, edged the Sun City Strikers 2-1.Kelsey Martin of Kamloops gave Kootenay a 1-0 lead. Martin converted a rebound off a Kootenay corner kick, depositing the ball quickly into the net after Sun City failed to clear the zone.Sun City tied the game ten minutes into the second half.However, Nelson’s Andrea Stinson, a thorn in the side of most teams during the tournament, was hauled down inside the penalty area.Stinson calmly collected herself before converting the penalty kick.The only blemish on the weekend came Sunday during the rain when Kootenay lost 1-0 to MRFC of Portland, Ore.The only goal came when the game referee incorrectly gave an indirect free kick inside the Kootenay penalty area for a pass back to the keeper.MRFC quickly took the kick and beat Kootenay keeper Kat Garbula of Nelson.“The Referee apologized to the Thunder coaching staff at half time saying he did not really see what happened on the pass back incident but made a quick decision which later his line assistant told him was wrong,” Spendlove explained. “The incident cost the Thunder their only loss of the weekend but the Thunder should still have won the game again not taking their chances in front of goal.”The tournament attracted more than 40 scouts from various U.S. colleges.This is the second time Soccer Quest has taken a team to Seattle.Next tournament for Kootenay is the Vancouver Whitecaps Showcase event March 2012 in [email protected]
Saturday teams play round robin before concluding Sunday with divisional finals.All action is set for the Lakeside playing fields.The tournament is in honour of Terry Walgren, a longtime coach in Nelson — who skippered teams in Nelson Youth Soccer as well as men’s and women’s teams.Walgren, a graduate of Nelson Youth Soccer, played high school and men’s league soccer before going off to university where played for Simon Fraser and University of Alberta in Edmonton.Walgren, who returned to coach in the NYS rep program along with playing men’s league for the Heritage Innkeepers, died of cancer. The Lakeside Pitches will be filled with excitement as the Nelson Youth Soccer hosts the annual Terry Walgren Tournament beginning Saturday.Teams from Penticton, Montana, Trail-Castlegar, Cranbrook and Fernie join the host Nelson Selects during two days of roundball action in U12 Jamboree and Rep Tournament.
Provincial / National FinalsThe Dates/Venues of the Provincial Finals are as follows;Cups & Shields;AIG National Finals at Donegal between Thursday 15 & Sunday 18 OctoberProvincial;AIG Connacht Finals shall take place at Athlone Golf Club on the weekend of Saturday and Sunday September 26th & 27th. Semi-finals and Finals in both the AIG Senior & Junior Cups; AIG Bruen and Purcell Finals only.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Please note; matches can only commence on or after Monday 20 July 2020. Each round must then be completed on or before the date shown on the Draw Sheet. The Connacht Branch has released all of the 2020 Inter-Club Competition Draws, except for the Connacht U16 Boys Inter Clubs which is as of yet unconfirmed due to difficulties in securing a central venue. Extensive guidance on participation in Interclub competitions for clubs and for individuals will be released “shortly” by the Golfing Union of Ireland.Playing of MatchesAll matches to be played over a single leg on a Home/Away basis with 3 matches at Home and 2 Away.Exceptions – Irish U18 Boys Inter Club (Kenny Cup) and the Connacht U16 Boys Inter Club (if it commences).Exceptions – Jack O’Sullivan Final shall be played over its traditional two legs.The Draws