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Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Announces Three-Night Run At The Capitol Theatre

first_imgJoe Russo’s Almost Dead has announced a three night run at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, January 12th, 13th, and 14th, 2018. These shows mark the Grateful Dead-inspired quintet’s only announced shows for 2018.The group recently announced a string of runs, including a six-date residency at Brooklyn Bowl in October, a three-night run across California in November, a two-night stand at Boston’s House of Blues in December, with their final two shows of the year at The Fillmore in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania falling around the Thanksgiving holiday.Three-night passes will be available for the Capitol Theatre weekend. The band’s Facebook pre-sale, which will be password protected, opens Wednesday Sep 27, at 12:00PM Noon EST. The band will issue the password on their Facebook page at 12:00PM Noon EST on Wednesday, Sep 27th. The venue pre-sale opens Thursday Sep 28, at 12:00PM Noon EST, with a general on-sale on Friday Sep 29, at 12:00PM Noon EST.Friday, January 12, 2018 ~ The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY: tixSaturday, January 13, 2018 ~ The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY: tixSunday, January 14, 2018 ~ The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY: tixlast_img read more

New York to set up COVID-19 ‘checkpoints’

first_imgTravelers from the states on the quarantine list will have to fill out a health form which will help authorities with contact tracing in case of an infection.Arrivals at New York’s airports already have to complete the form. Anyone who refuses to is subject to a $2,000 fine.”New York City is holding the line against COVID-19, and New Yorkers have shown tremendous discipline,” de Blasio said.”We’re not going to let our hard work slip away and will continue to do everything we can to keep New Yorkers safe and healthy,” he added. Topics : COVID-19 has killed more than 32,000 people in New York state, according to a running tally by Johns Hopkins University.The city was the epicenter of America’s outbreak back in March and April but the spread of the virus has largely been brought under control, even as cases have surged elsewhere in the country.Individuals who violate New York’s quarantine can be fined $10,000.center_img New York will put up checkpoints at key entry points to the city to ensure that travelers are complying with the state’s quarantine requirements, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Wednesday.Visitors from 35 US states, including Florida and Texas, are currently required to quarantine for two weeks after entering New York in an attempt to contain the spread of coronavirus.De Blasio said law enforcement agencies will operate “traveler registration checkpoints” at major bridge and tunnel crossings into the Big Apple from Thursday.last_img read more

LA Clippers know they have to prove themselves in postseason

first_imgLOS ANGELES >> “Same old Clippers.”In his sixth season in Los Angeles, point guard Chris Paul understands that after five straight playoff exits before the conference finals, and a tumultuous regular season coming to a close, that this is how the Clippers are seen.And why should the outside perception be any different?“Until we do anything, that’s what it is,” Paul said after the Clippers 115-104 win over the Lakers on Saturday. “We haven’t won. It depends on what day of the week it is and who did we just beat? It’s always changing but until we do something it’s going to be the same thing.” The Clippers have won seven of their past nine games and remain entrenched in the middle of the Western Conference, and are inching ever closer to what to the first round playoff matchup with Utah that has seemed likely for nearly a month.After Utah lost at San Antonio on Sunday, the Clippers are half a game behind the Jazz for the No. 4 seed and home-court advantage in the first round. Combine that with Charlotte’s surprising 113-101 win over sixth-place Oklahoma City on Sunday, the Clippers would likely need to lose three of their final four games to fall to the sixth seed. They close the season with Wednesday home matchup with Dallas, followed by games at San Antonio and at home versus Houston and Sacramento.This year, the stakes for the Clippers are at an all-time high, with Paul, Blake Griffin and J.J. Redick all likely headed for free agency.“We don’t mind the pressure,” Coach Doc Rivers said.The Clippers have begun each of the past six seasons – especially the last four since Rivers arrived – aiming for a championship, and have not been quiet about it. That backdrop has made their playoff failures all the more visible. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img Rivers said he hopes people believe the Clippers “can be good,” but he also hears the criticisms.“It’s more talk that we can’t, to be honest, and that’s up to us to prove it,” he said. “We can talk about it every day, but we can’t prove it until the playoffs start.”Bench woesThe Clippers held on to beat the Lakers on Saturday, allowing them to side-step the criticism that comes with blowing a 22-point lead against a lottery team. It was, however, the fourth straight game a Clippers opponent rallied from a large hole to either call into question the outcome or, in the case of Sacramento on March 26, win.Rivers was asked if he can decipher reasons why the trend has emerged.“I can,” he said. “I’m not going to talk about them, but I can clearly see it. But we wouldn’t have that whole group (of starters) out (of he game) like that but there’s things we can clearly do better.”While the Clippers built an 17-0 lead in the opening minutes of the first quarter Saturday, the Lakers went on an 18-2 run of their own, much of which occurred with the Clippers bench on the floor.While the Clippers outscored the Lakers by more than 20 points with the starters on the floor, in the plus-minus, each of the Clippers reserves was at least a minus-11.The Clippers were playing their second full game without guard Austin Rivers, who will miss at least the rest of the regular season with a strained left hamstring. Doc Rivers said the injury is actually worse than initially thought and could keep the younger Rivers out for an undetermined number of playoff games.“It’s a loss,” Doc Rivers said of his son’s injury, “but, listen, we’ve had injuries all year. So that can’t be the reason.”In the playoffs, Doc Rivers said, the lineups will change. The rotation will be tighter and more integrated.“There’s not a lot of teams that play the same rotations and minutes from regular season to playoffs,” Griffin said. “Our bench and our second unit is very capable. I know they are a little disorganized right now with Austin being out but I have faith in those guys.”Added Paul: “We’re a team. We’ll figure it out together. It ain’t about the second unit, it’s about us as a team figuring it out. … We still have time – not much time – but we still have time to figure it out and we’ve got to bring it.”last_img read more

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