This summer is surely shaping up nicely, as the High Sierra Music Festival reveals their newest lineup additions. In addition to previously announced Trey Anastasio Band x2, Ween, Galactic, and Mike Gordon, the California dreamland festival has added Gov’t Mule, BoomBox, David Lindley, LEBO & Friends feat. Melvin Seals, The Brothers Comatose, Manic Focus, El Ten Eleven, Sweet Crude, Hamish Anderson, and Skerik.The four night excursion will take place from June 29- July 2 in Quincy, CA, capitalizing on the beautiful Northern California climate for an early summer throwdown.For more information, head to the festival website. Check out the full lineup below:
Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) MGN ImageALBANY — People who were sexually abused as children will have more time to file legal claims under a new state law against individuals and public and private institutions after concerns that the pandemic was keeping survivors from coming forward.Advocates and survivors had been pressing for an extension of the Child Victims Act amid the shutdown and disruption caused by the virus, including the closure of courts. Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday he signed the latest extension of Aug. 14, 2021, for the legislation.The law lifted the statute of limitations even for allegations that were decades old, initially for a filing period of one year. New York’s law allows individuals to file civil lawsuits for childhood sexual abuse before they reach 55 years of age.“After fighting for the law’s passage for 13 long years, many feared the COVID-19 pandemic and the closure of the courts meant that the clock had run out on their opportunity to seek justice,” Assemblymember Linda Rosenthal, a Democrat said. The original deadline for those making claims under the Child Victims Act was Aug. 14, 2020. Cuomo initially moved the deadline to Jan. 14 with an executive order, and the new extension would extend it to Aug. 14.Attorney Jeff Herman, who represents victims of sexual abuse, cheered the move and said it also gives lawyers more time to investigate and vet cases amid virus-related shutdowns.“This means that survivors who do not yet know about the law or who know about the law but are not in a position emotionally and psychologically to do anything right now because of COVID will have sufficient time to seek justice,” he said.“It’s a win-win for everybody who cares about protecting children,” he added.
Mesut Ozil expects Joe Willock to have a major impact this season (Picture: Getty)Mesut Ozil has tipped youngster Joe Willock to make a major first team impact at Arsenal this season.The 19-year-old impressed during the Europa League group stages last season and made his first Premier League start on the final day of the last campaign in a 3-1 win at Burnley.Arsenal have been linked with a number of defenders and forwards this summer, but are unlikely to sign a direct replacement for Aaron Ramsey whose energy and potency is likely to be sorely missed.Willock, who scored three times for the first team last season, shares several characteristics with Ramsey, who was unveiled as a Juventus player earlier this week, and Ozil has backed the England Under-20 international to kick on again after catching the eye in Wednesday’s 2-1 win over Bayern Munich in Los Angeles.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘He knows what he can do, so he is not arrogant on the pitch but he is, how can we say, he believes in himself,’ said Ozil.‘Especially yesterday against Bayern Munich, against a big club, he shows his quality. We are happy to have him.‘He was strong last year as well so, of course, if you really work with the first team together always, you feel more comfortable and you believe in yourself more. Metro Sport ReporterFriday 19 Jul 2019 12:43 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link5kShares Advertisement Mesut Ozil names the Arsenal youngster he expects to have a ‘big season’ Comment Advertisement Joe Willock impressed during Arsenal’s win over Bayern Munich earlier this week (Picture: Getty)‘I think this season he can show his quality and I think he can help us this season.‘If I remember my time, I just worked hard and gave everything. At the end of the day, those young players have quality.‘They show it every day in training. If he [Willock] stays healthy and believes in himself, I think he will be a big player.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal
Published on October 20, 2017 at 1:27 pm Contact Nick: [email protected] | @nick_a_alvarez Hendrik Hilpert thought about one game more than the rest as he strained through his offseason workout. Oct. 21 — the contest’s date — burrowed in his mind as a constant reminder: Syracuse has to beat Clemson this year.Over the past three years, the Tigers have been the victors in some of Hilpert’s toughest defeats. Two seasons ago, in the Orange’s first College Cup appearance, Hilpert failed to save four-consecutive penalty kicks. He lay on his back as Clemson celebrated its national title berth. In 2016, CU bested Hilpert in a shootout in the quarterfinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament.“There’s personal history there,” Hilpert said. “I could not be more motivated.”This Saturday, Syracuse (6-7-2, 0-5-1 Atlantic Coast) will square off against No. 7 Clemson (10-3, 3-3) in its last regular season game at SU Soccer Stadium. Prior to SU joining the ACC in 2013, SU and Clemson had never played. In seven meetings since, the contests have been close with only one game being decided by more than one goal. SU hasn’t defeated the Tigers at home in four years, but leads the all-time series 3-2-2.“They won’t look past us,” McIntyre said. “They won’t look at the 12th ACC team. They will see Syracuse and what we can be on our best night.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse enters the game after one of its worst stretches in recent history, going 2-7 in its last nine games. Clemson posted a 7-2 record during that stretch. A loss would lock SU’s first losing season since 2011, McIntyre’s second year with the team.Clemson’s strength lies in its offense. The Tigers are the sixth-best scoring team in the country with 2.5 goals per game, and have scored at least three goals seven different times. Syracuse has only scored three goals twice this season.Tiger forwards have tallied 17 goals this season with senior Diego Campos leading the unit with 22 points (seven goals, eight assists). His last game he finished with a hat trick against then-No. 16 Duke on Oct. 13.“Whenever we get a chance to compete against a team coached by Ian McIntyre,” Clemson head coach Mike Noonan said, “we know they’re going to be prepared.”Defense has been Syracuse’s weakness for much of the season. The Orange have recorded only one shutout and ranks 126th in scoring defense, conceding 1.37 goals per game. To stop the Tiger attack, SU will rely on Hilpert along with defender Kamal Miller, who was “unavailable” in SU’s 2-1 overtime loss against Boston College on Oct. 13. Miller returned to the starting lineup against Ohio State five days later in a 2-1 win.To win, the Orange will have to defend its home field, something it hasn’t done since defeating Oregon State, 3-2, on Sept. 12. Since that victory, SU has dropped out of the United Soccer Coaches rankings while Clemson has remained firmly in the top-15.The usual battle of heavyweights has a different feel this Saturday. The Orange, still looking for its first conference win, is an underdog in a season where the offense has struggled to finish in the final third and defense often committing individual mistakes.“Being in this state,” Hilpert said. “Every single game is an opportunity. We have nothing to lose right now.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
The former Australia, Japan and Saracens boss has signed a four-year contract, and will start next month.