After not playing a show since 2013, Animal Collective has made a strong return in 2016. Following the release of Painting With, they’ve announced an extensive fall tour, and have even confirmed plans to host their own festival. Animal Collective Shares Psychedelic New Single That Samples ‘The Golden Girls’ A N I M A L C O L L E C T I V E is going down September 23-24 in the beauty of Fernwood Resort in Big Sur, California. The two-day festival presents two nights of Animal Collective, along with sets from WIFE, Winter, The Range of Light Wilderness, M. Geddes Gengras, and Jessica Pratt. Tickets for the festival officially go on-sale Wednesday, March 23.Animal Collective Drops Super Trippy New Music Video For ‘FloriDada’ [Watch]With their tour kicking off in Belgium next week, Animal Collective has expanded their worldly travels an additional several months and cities, ending in November at The Civic Center in New Orleans. All ticketing information can be found on the band’s website.Animal Collective Tour Dates:April 1 Brussels, Belgium—Botanique Orangerie^April 2 The Hague, Holland—Rewire Festival at Paard Van TrojeApril 4 Hamburg, Germany—Uebel & Gefahrlich^April 5 Berlin, Germany—Postbahnhof^April 7 Milan, Italy—C2C Festival at Magazzini Generali^April 8 Stans, Switzerland—Stanser Musiktage Festival at KollegiApril 9 Paris, France—La Cigale^April 12 London, UK—02 The Troxy^April 13 Manchester, UK—Manchester Academy^April 28 Fayetteville, AR—Georges Majestic Lounge+April 29-May 1 Austin, TX—LevitationMay 1 Tulsa, OK—Cains Ballroom+May 3 St. Louis, MO—The Pageant+May 4 Royal Oak, MI—Royal Oak Music Theatre+May 6 Nashville, TN—Marathon Music Works+May 7 Atlanta, GA—Buckhead Theatre+May 8 Asheville, NC—Orange Peel+May 10 Washington, DC—9:30 Club+May 11 Washington, DC—9:30 Club+May 13 Wilmington, DE—World Café Live at the Queen+May 14 Sayreville, NJ—Starland Ballroom+June 3 Barcelona, ESP—Primavera SoundJune 5 Lyon, FRA—Le TransbordeurJune 6 Bordeaux, FRA—Le Rocher de PalmerJune 7 Madrid, ESP—Joy EslavaJune 9 Porto, POR—Nos Primavera SoundAugust 22 Honolulu, HI—The RepublikSeptember 2-4 Dorset, UK—End of the Road FestivalSeptember 3 Liverpool, UK—O2 Academy LiverpoolSeptember 2-4 Laois, IRE—Electric Picnic Music and Arts FestivalSeptember 6 Glasgow, UK—O2 ABC GlasgowSeptember 7 Leeds, UK—Leeds Uni StylusSeptember 8-11 Isle of Wight, UK—BestivalSeptember 20 San Diego, CA—The Observatory North ParkSeptember 21 Santa Ana, CA—The ObservatorySeptember 23 Big Sur, CA—Fernwood ResortSeptember 24 Big Sur, CA—Fernwood ResortSeptember 26 Eugene, OR—McDonald TheatreSeptember 27 Vancouver, BC—Vogue TheatreSeptember 29 Calgary, AB—Union Hall Night ClubOctober 3 Sioux Falls, SD—Orpheum TheatreOctober 5 Indianapolis, IN—Egyptian Room at Old National CentreOctober 6 Morgantown, WV—Mainstage MorgantownOctober 7 Pittsburgh, PA—Mr. Smalls TheatreNovember 2 New York, NY—Terminal 5November 3 Baltimore, MD—Rams Head Live!November 4 Richmond, VA—The NationalNovember 5 Carrboro, NC—Cat’s CradleNovember 7 Tallahassee, FL—The MoonNovember 8 Tampa, FL—The Ritz YborNovember 10 Miami Beach, FL—The Fillmore at Jackie GleasonNovember 11 Orlando, FL—The Beacham TheatreNovember 12 Jacksonville, FL—Mavericks November 14 New Orleans, LA—Civic Theatre(*) w/ Ratking(^) w/ GFOTY(+) w/ Kaitlyn Smith
A picture may be worth 1,000 words, but for University of Georgia students who participate in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences’ (CAES) Ag Abroad Photo Contest, they are worth much more.These students’ photos are representative of an expanded worldview, unique educational opportunities and life-changing travel experiences.For the past five years, the CAES Office of Global Programs has asked students to share the photos that they’ve taken during their travels abroad. The photos are then displayed at the college’s annual International Agriculture Reception in April.For some, the contest is a way to share a piece of their home country. For others, it’s a chance to document what they learned during their study abroad trip or international internship. And still for others, it’s a chance to show off their skill with a camera.Whatever the motivation, the photos allow the contest participants and their fellow students to learn about agriculture in a way that they might not encounter during a class or a domestic internship.“The Ag Abroad Photo Contest is a way for students to tell a meaningful story from their time abroad and to reflect upon what they encountered,” said Amanda Stephens, associate director of student engagement for CAES and the contest’s organizer. “These students have life-changing experiences, and their photos are a snapshot into a particular culture and the moments that impacted them greatly.”“Two students may have the same experience abroad but take away completely different perspectives,” she said. “The photo contest gives students a chance to process and interpret their international experiences while sharing them with other students who may be encouraged to go abroad in the future.”This year students submitted 33 photos from five different continents. The winning photos were taken in Tanzania, China and Nepal.Charlotte Goldman, a pre-med and biological sciences major from Bethesda, Maryland, took her first place-winning photo, “Cash Cows and Little Goat, Too,” near Lake Eyasi in Tanzania. The photo depicts a Datoga woman, who is milking one of her family’s cows, allowing a baby goat to nurse from the cow. The Datoga are a pastoral tribe that places a high value on cattle for their livelihood, both as a currency and as a symbol of status. Goats are also used as a currency, though they are seen as much less valuable.This year’s second-place photo, “Farming System,” by Nepalese poultry science doctoral student Pratima Adhikari, shows a typical day of rice cultivation in the hills of Nepal. Every member of the household participates and goes into the field to plant the rice, and every household farms to produce the food they need for the year, Adhikari wrote in the caption.Chongxiao Chen, a graduate student from Mudanjiang,China studying poultry science at UGA, took home third place with his photo “Free Range.”For more information about the study abroad programs offered by CAES, visit global.uga.edu. To see the rest of the photos submitted to the 2015 Ag Abroad Photo Contest, visit tinyurl.com/AgAbroad2015.
The home at 28 Bluegum Drive, Marsden sold under the hammer.The Marsden real estate market is heating up as one agent sells three properties on the one street. Avi Kumar of LJ Hooker Browns Plains sold 28 Bluegum Drive under the hammer for $550,000 last Saturday. “For the auction, we had quite a bit of interest and we had about nine people looking to buy the property,” he said. “The property had development approval (for subdivision), which added to its appeal.“The home sold under the hammer after a bit of back and forth and some negotiations. “The owners were very happy with the sale price.” More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020Mr Kumar also sold 76 Bluegum Drive for $465,000 prior to auction, which was also scheduled for Saturday, and he currently has a third property on the same street under contract.Mr Kumar said most of the interest in the properties was from investors or buyers looking to subdivide.“Bluegum Drive has big blocks with two street frontages and a few have already been subdivided,” he said. “Other people are looking at those blocks and seeing what could be done.”Mr Kumar said the Marsden market was “heading northward”.“The market is good compared to a couple of years ago,” he said. “There are a lot of half a million dollar sales happening in Marsden where the same streets were around the $400,000 mark not too long ago.”“I’m getting a lot of inquiries, especially from Sydney investors.”
Quinn McCue raises money for the USD 353 Wellington Middle School. Sarah House, the WMS Librarian; and Wellington gifted instructor Traci Ybarra were present for the check presentation.by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” Quinn McCue, a Wellington sixth grade student, was in the Wellington Middle School library one day and was looking up a recipe for a class project. What he discovered was there were no books on the subject in the library that was written after the 1970s.So McCue, as part of his yearly gifted project, decided to address the problem of outdated books in the WMS library, by raising money for new books.On Tuesday, McCue presented a $957.84 check to the USD 353 – WMS Library for funds raised during a dodgeball tournament he helped organized a couple weeks ago (winning teams are pictured below).Â Sarah House, the WMS Library, and his gifted program instructor Traci Ybarra were on hand to present the check. The USD Middle School office staff made the big check for this project.During the Dodgeball tournament there were 12 teams ranging from grades third through seventh grade. The tournament was divided into two age divisions and a single elimination bracket was made. The winners of the tournament were.So what books will be purchased? Ybarra said the students can participate in an online survey on the school website to determine what books can be purchased.The Wombats were the winners of the sixth-seventh grade division. Members of the team include: Kileigh Peninger, Braden Struble, Grey Hatfield, Trayson Probst, Chi Barton, De’Andre Washington, Kaylene Neal, and Taylor Meyer. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (6) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +8 Vote up Vote down Guest · 327 weeks ago What a great accomplishment. Love reading positive stories about our youth. Report Reply 0 replies · active 327 weeks ago +4 Vote up Vote down guest · 327 weeks ago Great story Report Reply 0 replies · active 327 weeks ago -7 Vote up Vote down Ted Logan · 327 weeks ago Buy him a brace to fix that pronated foot! Report Reply 1 reply · active 327 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Citizen · 327 weeks ago That was truly a rude comment Ted Logan. Report Reply +5 Vote up Vote down Thanks Quinn! · 327 weeks ago Quinn rocks! Amazing that he thought of doing so much to benefit others. Report Reply 0 replies · active 327 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Quinn McCue · 291 weeks ago False. I was actually looking for a research book for Anti/Dark matter. That is when I noticed that The encyclopedias were published around that date. Then i realized a lot of the books were published in 1970 or older. That’s when the idea struck me. Report Reply 0 replies · active 291 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Winners of fourth-fifth grade division were The Heat. Members of the team include: Kobey Jackson, Gavin York, Zack Morgan, Jaydon Pingry, Jaiden Derby, and Trenton Bannister.Follow us on Twitter.
The Grill Nightclub in Letterkenny has been part of the social life of Donegal for many years.Now it has been refurbished, refitted and is beginning to re-establish itself as the place to go for a good time on a Sunday night.That’s just a couple of reasons why The Grill is the place to be. But now we can think of HUNDREDS of more.The Grill is offering a cool promotion which sees every 100th person through its doors receive a cool €100 in cash!So not only will you get in FREE but you will also get €100 to spend on your mates on a wild night out or save it for yourself.Now not too many nightclubs are paying their patrons to come to their clubs! So give it a go this Sunday night and rediscover for yourself why The Grill has always been the in-place for revelers across Donegal.And if you think that that’s a good offer…..wait until you see what The Grill has to offer its customers next Sunday night! ON THE MONEY – NOW THE GRILL IS PAYING ITS CUSTOMERS TO HAVE A GOOD TIME! was last modified: November 17th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:letterkennyThe Grill