On Saturday night, Umphrey’s McGee finished off their three-night Red Rocks Amphitheatre run, closing their stellar and slightly late 4th of July celebration with a bang. After a dance-oriented first night on Thursday supported by Lotus and a shred-heavy Friday night show supported by Papadosio, the band came primed and ready to end their Red Rocks run on a high note.Following an inspired performance by openers The Record Company, Umphrey’s McGee took the stage, opening the show with a combination of “Gurge” into “Dump City”. A highlight of the first set was the band’s take on “Women Wine and Song”, a tune the group revived after almost a year and gap of 76 shows, which was used to jump into “Example 1”. After takes on “Rocker Part 2” and “Seasons”, the group ended their first set with a take on “Ocean Billy”.“Ocean Billy” Load remaining images Photo: Andrew Rios [Video: Gregory Marcus]You can check out a gallery of photos from Umphrey’s McGee’s run-closing performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Saturday below, courtesy of Andrew Rios.Setlist: Umphrey’s McGee | Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO | 7/7/2018Set 1: Gurgle > Dump City, Maybe Someday, Women Wine and Song > Example 1, Rocker Part 2, Seasons, Ocean BillySet 2: Hindsight, Wappy Sprayberry > Ringo, Utopian Fir, Slacker, Total Eclipse of the Heart Encore: All In Time with Sweet Emotion (Aerosmith) tease debut, Bonnie Tyler; with Jen Hartswick on vocals and trumpetUmphrey’s McGee | Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO | 7/7/2018 | Photo: Andrew Rios Photo: Andrew Rios; from 7/7/18 at Red Rocks [Video: Gregory Marcus]However, the major standout moment of the night came during the second set when Umphrey’s McGee invited out fan-favorite vocalist and trumpeter, Jennifer Hartswick, best known for her work with Trey Anastasio Band. Closing out the second set, Hartswick offered her strong vocal talents for the band’s debut of “Total Eclipse of the Heart”, the hit 1983 Bonnie Tyler tune. The band also offered up a take on “Hindsight” to open the set, marking the first time the song had been played in over 78 shows.“Total Eclipse of the Heart”
The awarding of GET Stars for the first few winemakers of the Moslavina vineyards was held in cooperation with the Sisak-Moslavina County Tourist Board, the Sisak-Moslavina County and the winemakers of the Moslavina vineyards. Photo: Silvija Munda The “Stars of Wine Tourism” project consists of the White Cluster Award, GET Stars labeling of wineries and online guides. In addition to the Recommendation, one, two or three Stars, in the GET Stars label system there is also Excellence GET Star (Star of Excellence), for wineries that raise their presentation to a much higher level and create an unforgettable experience. The evaluation is performed according to a single rulebook, the criteria of which serve as guidelines according to which the jury, with the conclusions of several expert controllers in the field of tourism, ethnography and urbanism, according to its own assessment makes the final evaluation. “After the winery receives the label, the control does not stop, so the obtained labels can be confirmed or improved, but also lost. This way we will ensure that GET STARS labels are a guarantee for the quality of service in wineries “, explains Tomislav Stiplošek and adds:” What Michelin is for restaurants, GET STARS will become for wineries in wine tourism ” First GET STARS tags the GET Recommendation plate was received by Sven Đozo in front of the basement Ilovčakpločica s oznakom “one G.E.T Star” (jedna Zvjezdica) dodijeljena je vinarijama Mix i Miklaužić Sve vinarije bit će uvrštene u višejezičan online vodič – katalog koji pruža mogućnost pretrage prema ključnim riječima i G.E.T. Stars oznakama. Uz takav vodič i druge komunikacijske kanale, G.E.T. Stars oznake dobivaju svoju praktičnu primjenu – one moraju biti poznate i vidljive široj publici koja će putem njih vrlo lako zaključiti o kakvoj vinariji se radi i što mogu tamo očekivati. pločica s oznakom “three G.E.T. Stars” (tri Zvjezdice) dodijeljena je gospodarstvu Kezele. With the aim of raising the quality and recognizability of the tourist offer in wine, ie eno-gastro tourism, the Zagreb Association for Table Culture GET (gastronomy, oenology, tourism) launched the project GET Stars – Stars of wine tourism. Pločica s oznakom “three G.E.T. Stars” (tri Zvjezdice) dodijeljena je gospodarstvu Kezele / Foto: Silvija Munda pločica s oznakom “two G.E.T. Stars” (dvije Zvjezdice) dodijeljena je vinarijama Trdenic i Vostinic-Klasnic “Turistima nije bitan samo proizvod, već cijeli doživljaj. Zato smo odlučili provesti kategorizaciju vinarija temeljenu prvenstveno na aspektima turističke ponude. Cilj je tako turistima olakšati izbor gdje, kada i kamo otići, što mogu očekivati i ono najbitnije, unaprijed im dati do znanja što svakako trebaju probati, jer mnogi od njih ne poznaju naše vinarije i vinare, a domaćini se ne sjete ponuditi neke proizvode, ili čak smatraju da su neki proizvodi „preobični“, a upravo su takvi proizvodi turistima interesantni” ističu iz G.E.T. Udruge te dodaju kako su segmenti projekta “Zvijezde vinskog turizma” nastali su iz zaključaka proizašlih iz dugogodišnjeg rada na terenu i razgovora sa svim akterima vinskog turizma – od vinara, preko turističkih djelatnika do turista i potrošača.
The Syracuse bench banged loudly on the boards and howled encouragement to the skaters on the ice.Another cleared puck on a Boston College power play, followed by another roar of gloves pounding on the inner wall of the rink.Shorthanded on eight occasions against one of the most prolific offenses in college hockey, Paul Flanagan’s penalty kill unit didn’t flinch, holding the Eagles scoreless on 14:09 of power-play time.“The kids that are on the ice, they get a lot of confidence, and the girls on the bench, that just pumps you up,” Flanagan said. “It gets the adrenaline going. Penalty killing is hard work, and I thought we did a nice job of that.”The Orange penalty kill unit highlighted a strong defensive effort in Syracuse’s (4-4) 4-1 win over No. 3 Boston College (5-2) on Friday night at the Tennity Ice Pavilion. It was the highest-ranked opponent Syracuse has beaten in program history. The Orange followed it up with a 5-2 victory at home on Saturday afternoon against Union (3-5).AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIncluding the four Union penalty chances that Syracuse dashed on Saturday, the Orange has now remained un-scored upon in its last 26 penalty kill opportunities, dating back to a 4-0 loss at then-No. 3 Clarkson on Oct. 12. SU has won three out of four games during that span.The Syracuse defense clogged the area in front of the net throughout its win against the Eagles. Shots came flying in from every direction, but a collective effort by the SU defense and goalie Kallie Billadeau deflected 43 throughout the game.“Everyone was willing to block shots,” said Akane Hosoyamada, who was on the penalty kill unit all game. “We were sacrificing our bodies to stop any shots from getting through. I thought it was a great job by everyone.”For the shots that the Syracuse defense didn’t get in front of, Billadeau handled them. She credited her teammates’ positioning and timing as the reason she was able to stop so many shots.“(The defense) stayed up and they played the girl early, which allowed me, if the shot did get through, to react in time to make the save,” Billadeau said. “They protected me.”The one attempt that did touch the net was the result of a fortunate bounce for the Eagles. Melissa Bizzari struck a puck that was blocked by Billadeau, but Kate Leary capitalized on the rebound.The goal was the extent of the damage that Boston College would inflict on the stingy SU defense.Following the win, the team mobbed Billadeau behind the net. As they went back to change, screams of joy could be heard permeating from the locker room.Billadeau said it was the biggest win in program history, and much of the credit is owed to the selflessness of her defensive unit.“There’s a big focus on sacrificing the body and blocking shots, it’s pretty brave what these girls do,” Billadeau said. “They don’t have the pads on that I have and they’re throwing themselves in front of 80 mile per hour shots.“I thought they were definitely the MVP’s of our team tonight.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 28, 2013 at 12:09 am Contact Sam: [email protected] | @SamBlum3