Tedeschi Trucks Band has just closed out their six night stand at the beloved Beacon Theatre in New York City. During their run, the 12-piece ensemble welcomed a bevy of special guests, including Jorma Kaukonen, Dave Mason, Eric Krasno, Luther Dickinson, Junior Mack, Warren Haynes, Doyle Bramhall II, Tash Neal and more.Staying in NYC for two weeks gives the band a chance to relax, make themselves comfortable, and really dive deep into their catalogs. The freedom of having six nights of the stage to themselves welcomes the opportunity for them to push the envelope and explore territories otherwise unchallenged. This year’s residency proved that Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi are truly an unstoppable duo. To relive these exceptional moments, scroll through the audio of each night below, courtesy of taper edtyre2.Tedeschi Trucks Band Live at The Beacon Theatre on 9/30/16:Tedeschi Trucks Band Live at The Beacon Theatre on 10/1/16:Tedeschi Trucks Band Live at Beacon Theatre on 10/4/16:Tedeschi Trucks Band Live at Beacon Theatre on 10/5/16:Tedeschi Trucks Band Live at Beacon Theatre on 10/7/16:Tedeschi Trucks Band Live at Beacon Theatre on 10/8/16:
The Mets’ season continued to move in the wrong direction Sunday.New York dropped to 37-41 after it blew a late lead and fell to the Cubs, 5-3, at Wrigley Field. But, things went from bad to worse after the game. No punches were thrown, but Vargas “charged” at the reporter and had to be restrained by Carlos Gomez and Noah Syndergaard.There were no punches thrown in this incident.But, after a really bad, 5-3, loss to the Cubs, the manager cursed out a reporter and a starting pitcher told the reporter he’d knock him out.— Matt Ehalt (@MattEhalt) June 23, 2019The reporter left the locker room shortly after. He said the incident started after he said “see you tomorrow” to Callaway.Vargas charged at the reporter and multiple people, including Carlos Gomez and Noah Syndergaard, had to separate them. The reporter left the clubhouse shortly after.— Deesha Thosar (@DeeshaThosar) June 23, 2019The Mets addressed the incident in a statement later Sunday. “The Mets sincerely regret the incident that took place with one of our beat writers following today’s game in the clubhouse,” the statement read. “We do not condone this type of behavior from any employee.”The reporter also said he received an apology call from Mets COO Jeff Wilpon later Sunday. Vargas, 36, signed a two-year, $16 million contract with the Mets in February 2018. He holds a 3-3 record with a 3.75 ERA in 13 appearances this season.Vargas has also pitched for the Marlins, Angels, Mariners and Royals over his 14-year career. Callaway is in his second season with the Mets, as well.New York will begin a four-game series Monday against the Phillies in Philadelphia. Mets’ Zack Wheeler addresses trade rumors: ‘It’s something that you don’t want to think about’ Mets manager Mickey Callaway cursed out a reporter following the loss and requested he leave the locker room, according to multiple reports.Mickey Callaway and Jason Vargas just cursed out, and in Vargas case, challenged a reporter to a fight in the clubhouse.— Matt Ehalt (@MattEhalt) June 23, 2019New York starter Jason Vargas then stared down the same reporter and words were exchanged. He also said he’d “knock him out,” according to Yahoo Sports. Related News Noah Syndergaard injury update: Mets place pitcher (hamstring) on IL Pete Alonso sets Mets’ rookie home run record 78 games into season
The 12th edition of three-day-long Indian Fashion Jewellery & Accessories Show (IFJAS 2019), organised by the Export Promotion Council for Handicrafts (EPCH) generated estimated business inquiries worth Rs 145 crores on its conclusion on July 6, at India Expo Centre and Mart, Greater Noida Expressway, Delhi-NCR said Ravi K. Passi Chairman – EPCHRakesh Kumar, Director General – EPCH informed that more than 504 overseas buyers and their buying representatives visited the fair to source their requirements from a diverse range of products under one-roof showcased by over 250 Indian exporters, manufacturers and entrepreneurs from various parts of India along with special regional flavour with participation of artisans from Eastern, Western and Southern regions of India. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfKumar further said that IFJAS is an exemplary International exhibition – which with focus on product lines that many buyers would find only in India and intricacies and exquisiteness of the Indian traditional as well as contemporary fashion jewellery – has created a niche in the world markets and has tremendous potential for exports. During IFJAS, fashion jewellery, bags and accessories were exclusively promoted through fashion shows during all days. Buyers looked keen and interested for new innovative design collections of the participants. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveOn the second day of the show, distribution of Ajay Shankar Memorial awards to best design and display stands in a colourful ceremony followed by cultural performances was a total different experience for the visiting buyers, who appreciated the ambiance of the networking with cultural performances by the artists. The awards were given away by Manoj Tiwari, Member of Parliament and President of BJP, Delhi. The wonderful range of fashion items including jewellery, semi precious fashion jewellery, fancy shoes and embroidered fashion accessories etc. were displayed, keeping western tastes and preferences in focus. Buyers from Argentina, Barbados, Brazil, Belgium, Colombia, Finland, France, Greece, Italy, Israel, Japan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Mexico, Nigeria, Norway, Russia, Senegal, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, UAE, UK and USA visited during three days extravaganza, and sourced the requirement of exquisite range of products of fashion jewellery and accessories. Apart from above, buyers from CIS countries namely Kyrgyzstan, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Tajikistanand buyers from African countries like Congo, Ghana, Gambia, Senegal, Nigeria and South Africa also visited the show. The Handicrafts exports during the year 2018 – 19 is Rs 26590.25 crores – registering a growth of 15.46% in rupee terms and 6.44% in dollar terms over the same period last year. Further, the exports of Fashion Jewellery and Accessories during the year 2018-19 has been Rs 2332.97 Crores registering a growth of 11.34% over the same period last year. The 12th edition of the show ended with positive note, not only for the exhibiting companies but for the organisers of IFJAS 2019 as well.