String Cheese Incident Shares Pro-Shot ‘Midnight Moonlight’ From Vegas Run

first_imgOne weekend ago, The String Cheese Incident hit the Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas, NV, hosting a trio of Sin City Incidents for eager fans. Among the many, many highlights from the run came in the first set of night two, when the band broke out into their rendition of “Midnight Moonlight.” The classic Peter Rowan song came to life in the cheesy enthusiasm of the Brooklyn Bowl crowd, and, thanks to SCI, we now have pro-shot footage to share.Watch “Midnight Moonlight” from Las Vegas below:Setlist: The String Cheese Incident at Brooklyn Bowl, Las Vegas, NV – 3/19/16Set One: Sweet Spot, Rhum N’ Zouc, Eye Know Why, Midnight Moonlight, Smile, Turn This Around > In a Cold Sweat > Turn This AroundSet Two: Desert Dawn, Bumpin’ Reel, I Wish > Piece of Mine, Until the Music’s Over, Miss Brown’s Teahouse > I’m Your Boogie Man > Miss Brown’s Teahouse > Colorado Bluebird SkyEncore: Shaking the Tree[Cover photo via Erik Kabik]last_img read more

Sherman ‘Unaware’ of Trial on TV

first_imgCllr. Moses Paegar, one of the lead lawyers for Senator Varney G. Sherman of Grand Cape Mount County indicted in the Global Witness bribery scandal yesterday clarified that there is no request before Criminal Court ‘C’ regarding televising the trial as being assured by Cllr. Fonati Koffa, head of the Special Presidential Task Force.Cllr. Paegar, who is also the president of the Liberian National Bar Association (LNBA) argued that there is not a single request from the court in that direction.“If they were interested in televising the entire case they would have done that by filing an application to the court of which a copy would be sent to us, lawyers,” Cllr. Paegar noted when he spoke with the Daily Observer via mobile phone.He added, “But, nothing has been filed so how would they inform Liberians that the case would be on television?”“We are not going to dignify or rebut it,” Cllr. Paegar emphasized.Prior to Cllr. Paegar’s assertion, Cllr. Koffa while being interviewed by Frontpage Africa newspaper said, “Our intent is to negotiate with the court to allow the public both locally and internationally to watch the trial in real time to ensure transparent justice during the course of the trial.”“This is part of transparent justice. The jury will be aware that the public is watching them and the international community also will be watching it live, while the trial is going on,” Cllr. Koffa assured.He added “We will be able to go to the taskforce’s website and watch the trial on national television.”However, under the law, and many local rules of court prohibit the photographing, broadcasting or televising of court proceedings.The rules against televising and photographing were adopted, and are almost universally accepted, as a guide to judges in their endeavor to assure every person of his right to fair trial, Cllr. Tiawan Gongloe told the Observer via mobile phone.“Even, if there were to be the televising of a case, that needs to meet the parties’ and judge’s agreement,” Cllr. Gongloe indicated.According to him, the opposing party has the legal right to object to the proposal.“Except as permitted by the individual judge, the use of cameras, television or other recording or broadcasting equipment is prohibited in a courtroom or in the immediate vicinity of a courtroom,” Gongloe emphasized, adding, “They have to obtain permission from the judge before making that public announcement.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more


first_imgThe Donegal Under 14 Schoolboy team took on Glasgow Celtic at the Foyle Cup.The Donegal boys did well and came with a more than deserved 1-1 draw.Photographer Gary Foy was there to capture all the action. Donegal Schoolboys Under-14 team captain Shane Blaney shields the ball from a Glasgow Celtic player during the match between the sides at the 2013 Foyle Cup in Derry. Pic.: Gary FoyConor Gavigan times his tackle to perfection against Celtic. Pic.: Gary FoyDonegal Schoolboys Under 14 team who drew with Glasgow Celtic in the group stages of the 2013 Foyle Cup in a match played on Wednesday at the Brandywell Showgrounds. Pic.: Gary Foy Conor Gormley makes a well timed interception during the match between Donegal Schoolboys and Glasgow Celtic in the Foyle Cup 2013. Pic.: Gary Foy Donegal Schoolboy’s Jack Keeney competes for the ball with a Celtic midfielder. Pic.: Gary Foy Donegal Schoolboy’s Under 14 team captain Shane Blaney in control against Glasgow Celtic. Pic.: Gary Foy  Sean Mc Bride of Donegal Schoolboys is congratulated by team-mates after equalising against Glasgow Celtic at the 2013 Foyle Cup. Pic.: Gary Foy DONEGAL SCHOOLBOYS PUT IT UP TO CELTIC – PIC SPECIAL! was last modified: July 25th, 2013 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:Donegal SchoolboysFoyle CupGlasgow Celticlast_img read more