Bon Iver announced his third full-length LP, 22, A Million, on Friday, after five years of studio silence. On the evening of said special announcement, Justin Vernon led the band to perform the entire album, in full, at his own festival Eaux Claires Music Festival in Wisconsin. A surprising move, to say the least, for any band — to perform an album live on the same day of its announcement — made for an incredibly special evening for festival attendees.Ready to hit stores on September 30th via Jagjaguwar Records, you can listen to the full set now, which includes the entire new album, with songs like “21 M♢♢N WATER”, “22 (OVER S88N)”, and “33 “GOD”, along with an encore that includes some new takes on past Bon Iver favorites “Minnesota, WI” and a very special “Beth/Rest” featuring Bruce Hornsby.Enjoy these live versions of the upcoming 22, A Million, by Bon Iver, courtesy of YouTube user cookiecrumblemusic. While the video says less about the album, it’s the audio worth paying attention to:Bon Iver @ Eaux Claires Music Festival 8/12/16:22 (OVER S88N)10 d E A T h b R E a s T715 – CREEKS33 “GOD”29 #Strafford APTS666 ʇ21 M♢♢N WATER8 (circle)____45_____00000 MillionEncore:Beach Baby (with The Staves)Minnesota, WI (New arrangement)Creature FearBeth/Rest (with Bruce Hornsby) (New arrangement)[via CoS]
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9SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr by: Kevin CirilliThe chairman of the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday proposed the largest overhaul of financial rules since the Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform law, pinning his hopes for passage of the sweeping bill on a small group of moderate Democrats.Sen. Richard Shelby’s (R-Ala.) plan, detailed in a 216-page “discussion draft,” centers on provisions that would dramatically raise the threshold that determines which banks are labeled “systemically important” and thus subject to more stringent federal supervision.The proposal aims to ease regulations on smaller banks and credit unions, while also making structural changes at the Federal Reserve designed to increase transparency and shift more influence to the central bank’s regional outposts.Shelby intends to move legislation forward quickly, and is looking to the panel’s centrists for crucial support. continue reading »
—– Dispatchers tell 12 News the Endiott Fire Department and the Broome County Sheriff’s Office are on scene. ENDICOTT (WBNG) — Emergency crews are responding to a building at 307 Arthur Ave. in Endicott. Smoke can be seen emitting from the residence. ENDICOTT (WBNG) — Emergency ces have blocked off parts of Arthur Avenue as the fire department works to put out the flames. Fire officials have not told 12 News if anyone was inside the home, but we’ve learned that no one was injured. 6:01 P.M. UPDATE: 12 News has a crew at the location. This is a developing story. Stay with 12 News for further information.
StumbleUpon In its initial post-merger strategy, Mullen detailed that Ladbrokes Coral governance had underplayed the potential value generation of the firm’s combined portfolio and assets.The CEO details that the ‘five pillar merger rationale’ presented to investors remains the company’s core vision.Looking forward Ladbrokes Coral will be established itself as effective cash generating business (pillar 1), focusing on scalability gained through its fast growth digital (2), and multi-channel verticals (3). Furthermore, the company will implement significant combined synergies (4) and seek to roll-out an extensive international portfolio in regulated markets (5).Mullen notes that the firm’s first alignment test will come this Q2 2017, as Ladbrokes Coral development teams look to migrate digital systems into one unified platform. Placing technology integration at the centre of its co-synergy plan Ladbrokes Coral will look to have shared business intelligence and CRM platforms by H1 2017.Closing his statement Mullen details that Ladbrokes Coral has the scale and size to overcome any potential shocks that may come from regulatory changes, as Ladbrokes Coral governance looks forward to the publication of the UK government’s industry review this coming April. Presenting a forward-looking statement to investors, Ladbrokes Coral CEO Jim Mullen states that his firm’s executive team must now match its enlarged revenue generating capabilities with market-leading operational efficiencies, in order for the FTSE enterprise to reach its optimal value.Speaking 150 days since officially completing the merger of Ladbrokes Coral, Mullen detailed that 120 senior executives had been presented with the new firm’s vision and strategy.‘Make no mistake, scale matters’ Mullen stated as he presented the following graph. Ladbrokes Coral CEO urges his firm’s executives to ‘seize the opportunity’ of the enlarged firm’s size and scale over home and international competitors. Submit Share Share
Baker Mayfield showed the maturity of a franchise quarterback as he tried to put a spin on Myles Garrett hitting Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph in the head with Rudolph’s dislodged helmet. “The reality is, he’s going to get suspended,” Mayfield said after his Browns defeated their rival from Pittsburgh 21-7. “We don’t know how long, and that hurts our team. We can’t do that. We can’t continue to hurt this team. It’s inexcusable.” The corresponding punishment should be taking Garrett, the team’s top defensive player, off the field for the remainder of the 2019 NFL season. It would be a harsh reaction, but perhaps it’s what’s needed for the Browns’ players to finally learn from their actions.It does not matter what Rudolph’s role in the incident was. It doesn’t matter what Pittsburgh center Maurkice Pouncey did in retaliation. The Steelers and Bengals have been down this road, too, but nothing this ugly has happened. This sets a precedent, and the NFL should take full advantage of the opportunity to ensure it never happens again. VIDEO: Steelers-Browns game highlightsThink about what happened. Garrett took off the helmet of a player who had suffered a scary concussion just six weeks earlier against the Ravens, and then hit that player in the head with it. Rudolph could have been seriously injured. For a league that’s trying to preach player safety, there is no justifiable scenario other than Garrett serving a multiple-game suspension. Four games is not enough. Oakland’s Vontaze Burfict was suspended for the remainder of the season after a much less egregious, yet still dangerous, offense in Week 4. Burfict has a longer track record, but Garrett had developed a reputation this season for roughing the passer and dirty plays. His actions Thursday cannot be excused by claiming emotion or “heat of the moment.” That’s simply not good enough. Myles Garrett, 2019 dirty playsWeek 1: Punched Titans TE Delanie Walker after whistleWeek 2: Ended Jets QB Trevor Siemian’s season on late hitWeek 11: Struck Steelers QB Mason Rudolph over head with [email protected] should suspend him for the rest of season #Browns pic.twitter.com/Uf3hi5K4L7— Kevin Boilard (@247KevinBoilard) November 15, 2019Thursday’s win should have been a proud moment for a Browns team that took its lumps while starting out 2-6 but appeared to be turning a corner to possible playoff contention heading into the final six games of the season. Now, they will likely be without Garrett, who had 10 sacks in 10 games, for some or all of that run.”I made a mistake, I lost my cool and I regret it. It’s going to come back to hurt our team,” Garrett said after the game (video via Cleveland.com).Garrett’s actions, however, are just a symptom of a organizationwide condition that has plagued the Browns all season. IYER: Helmet swing adds to the chaos in ClevelandThe reality is Cleveland is an undisciplined football team under first-year coach Freddie Kitchens. It had eight penalties for 121 yards Thursday; for the season, it has 87 penalties for 822 yards, a record-breaking pace. The flags have contributed greatly to the losing record, and there have been four ejections this season. The lack of discipline came out at the worst possible time against Pittsburgh. Why would Garrett do something like that? AFC North games get dirty, but the Browns can’t pin this on the Steelers being the antagonist. Not this time. Not when receivers JuJu Smith-Schuster and Diontae Johnson left the field earlier in the game with concussions after helmet-to-helmet hits. Certainly not when Garrett ripped off Rudolph’s helmet.No, Rudolph shouldn’t go looking for a fight with his helmet off, but Garrett hit him with that helmet on national television. Maybe that ends up on a few posters and Twitter profiles as people, with a warped sense of pride, try to say the rivalry is back. Nobody should be proud of those actions. When you have to ask the question “What if he was killed?” and actually mean it, without being overly dramatic, then that’s a problem.MORE: How the Browns beat the Steelers If Garrett is suspended for the year and the Browns don’t make the playoffs, then the incident will be the epitaph for their season. It was cheap, dirty and a reflection of an immature team that could not handle beating its rival for the first time in a long time. Garrett is responsible, but so is Kitchens, the front office and an organization that simply cannot tolerate such behavior. This isn’t a social media outburst by former safety Jermaine Whitehead, or former wide receiver Antonio Callaway being suspended for a second time this season. Those players are easy to cut. Garrett is a No. 1 overall pick and one of the faces of the franchise, and he just committed an act that is on the short list of the most heinous things ever done during a NFL game. It’s indefensible. The reality also is the Browns are going to have to live with that ugliness the rest of the season. Maybe, just maybe, they’ll learn from it. Mayfield, for his part, stepped up and said the right things afterward. The incident does hurt the team. It is inexcusable. It does take away from what could have been a season-altering victory for an organization that has been punched in the mouth since 1999. The Browns finally punched back on the field for 59 minutes, and then Garrett undid it all with one swing of the helmet. It landed on Rudolph’s head, but it’s another self-inflicted knockout by Cleveland. The NFL can’t take all the emotion out of its decision, but there is only one solution here, just one action it can take to make the problem go away.That’s making sure Garrett doesn’t return until 2020.
MASON CITY — With sporting events being shut down due to the COVID-19 crisis, we will be bringing you some classic broadcasts on KGLO starting tonight. Here’s our schedule for the next couple of days: Friday March 20 — NIACC men’s basketball — 1995 national championship game vs. Grand Rapids CC — 7:00 PMSaturday March 21 — Iowa men’s basketball — vs. Temple, 2016 NCAA First Round —- 12:00 PMSaturday March 21 — Minnesota Twins — 1965 All-Star Game at Metropolitan Stadium — 1:00 PMSunday March 22 — Minnesota Twins — 1965 World Series vs. Los Angeles Dodgers — Game 1 — 1:00 PMMonday March 23 — Minnesota Twins — 1965 World Series vs. Los Angeles Dodgers — Game 2 — 7:00 PMTuesday March 24 — Minnesota Twins — 1987 World Series vs. St. Louis Cardinals — Game 2 — 7:00 PM IOWA CITY, Iowa — University of Iowa men’s basketball junior Luka Garza has been named the National Player of the Year in college basketball by the publication Basketball Times on Thursday.Basketball Times becomes the sixth major news outlet to name Garza national player of the year: Sporting News, Basketball Times, Stadium, The Athletic, Bleacher Report, and ESPN. Garza is the first player in Iowa history to earn national player of the year distinction.In addition to being named a first-team All-American by every major news outlet so far, Garza was voted the USBWA District VI Player of the Year and Big Ten Men’s Basketball Player of the Year.The Washington, D.C., native is also a finalist for five national awards: Naismith Trophy, Oscar Robertson Trophy, Wooden Award, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Award, and the Lute Olson Award. IOWA CITY, Iowa — University of Iowa women’s basketball senior Kathleen Doyle has been named an AP Third Team All-American, the Associated Press announced Thursday.Doyle is one of seven Hawkeyes to earn AP All-America distinction. Four Hawkeyes have been named honorable mentions, while Doyle and Sam Logic earned third team recognition and Megan Gustafson was named to the first team.The LaGrange Park, Illinois, native finished the season ranking in the top-50 nationally in five statistical categories, including sixth in the nation in total assists (189), seventh in assists per game (6.3), 19th in free throws made (147), 37th in total points (544), and 49th in points per game (18