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Gov’t Mule Announces 2019 Spring Tour

first_imgGov’t Mule has announced an extensive 2019 spring tour, which will see the southern rock outfit hit The Rockies, Midwest, and Southeast this April and May.Warren Haynes and company will open up their spring tour with a performance at Vail, CO’s Spring Back to Vail on April 12th, followed by stops at Aspen, CO’s Belly Up (4/13 & 4/14); Lincoln, NE’s Bourbon Theatre (4/16); Milwaukee, WI’s Pabst Theater (4/18); Peoria, IL’s Monarch Music Hall (4/19); Springfield, MO’s Gillioz Theatre (4/20); Lawrence, KS’s Liberty Hall (4/21); Fort Smith, AK’s TempleLive (4/22); Athens, GA’s Georgia Theatre (4/24 & 4/25); and Macon, GA’s Macon City Auditorium on April 26th.The quartet will then play a previously announced show at New Orleans, LA’s Orpheum Theater on April 27th, followed by performances at Wilmington, NC’s Greenfield Lake Amphitheatre (4/29); Saint Petersburg, FL’s Jannus Live (5/1); Jacksonville, FL’s Florida Theater (5/3); followed by the band’s return back to New Orleans, LA’s Orpheum Theater on May 4th for a tour-closing performance.A fan pre-sale begins this Wednesday, February 27th, followed by the public on-sale this Friday, March 1st.Head to Gov’t Mule’s website for ticketing details and more information.Gov’t Mule 2019 Tour Dates (newly added dates bolded):April 12 – Vail, CO @ Spring Back to VailApril 13 – Aspen, CO @ Belly UpApril 14 – Aspen, CO @ Belly UpApril 16 – Lincoln, NE @ Bourbon TheatreApr 18 – Milwaukee, WI @ Pabst TheaterApril 19 – Peoria, IL @ Monarch Music HallApril 20 – Springfield, MO @ Gillioz TheatreApril 21 – Lawrence, KS @ Liberty HallApril 22 – Fort Smith, AR @ TempleLiveApril 24 – Athens, GA @ Georgia TheatreApril 25 – Athens, GA @ Georgia TheatreApril 26 – Macon, GA @ Macon City AuditoriumApr 27 – New Orleans, LA @ Orpheum TheaterApril 29 – Wilmington, NC @ Greenfield Lake AmphitheatreMay 1 – Saint Petersburg, FL @ Jannus LIveMay 3 – Jacksonville, FL @ Florida TheatreMay 4 – New Orleans, LA @ Orpheum TheaterMay 27 – Glasgow, United Kingdom @ O2 Academy GlasgowMay 28 – Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom @ Boiler ShopMay 29 – Leeds, United Kingdom @ O2 Academy LeedsMay 31 – Birmingham, United Kingdom @ Birmingham Town HallJune 1 – London, United Kingdom @ O2 Forum Kentish TownJune 2 – Manchester, United Kingdom @ Manchester Academy 2June 4 – Paris, France @ La CigaleJune 5 – Bruxelles, Belgium @ Ancienne BelgiqueJune 6 – Frankfurt Am Main, Germany @ BatschkappJune 8 – Raalte, Netherlands @ Ribs & Blues RaalteJune 9 – Alkmaar, Netherlands @ Podium VictorieJune 13-16 – Bethel, NY @ Bethel Woods Center for the Arts (Mountain Jam)June 28 – Butler, OH @ Clearfork Adventure Resort (Smoky Run Music Festival)July 13 – Canandaigua, NY @ CMAC Performing Arts CenterJuly 19 – Welch, MN @ Treasure Island Resort & CasinoJuly 20 – Walker, MN @ Moondance JamView All Tour Dateslast_img read more

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Clear Lake City Council approves banning commercial use of city-owned dock at seawall

first_imgCLEAR LAKE — Clear Lake’s City Council Monday night on a four to one vote approved an ordinance banning any commercial activity from the new floating dock at the seawall near Main Avenue. An ordinance was proposed in an attempt to keep the dock from becoming a so-called private marina for pick-ups and drop-offs of rental boats. Councilman Mike Callanan says docks at the seawall were never intended for commercial use.  “It has always been for the use and convenience of Clear Lake citizens and our visitors. From 4th Avenue North to 4th Avenue South-City Beach outlet, the city has created some very rare space for the public to enjoy the lake. Movement Solutions’ commercial use of the seawall and dock area and subsequent congestion have limited the public’s ability to utilize it.” Councilman Gary Hugi successfully offered an amendment to the ordinance to not allow any commercial use of the dock after September 8th. He says Movement Solutions has been overusing the dock without the city’s permission.  “This business didn’t even ask for approval to use this dock. Not once to anybody on the council or in this administration that I’m aware of. What proof do we have of insurance that will hold the city harmless if there should be an accident or damage to the dock caused by their renters and watercraft. Simply put, my suggested solution to your problem is to find a parcel of land on the lake, purchase the land and put in your own dock, and not rely exclusively on city dock and resources for your business.” Councilman Bennett Smith was the lone no vote on the ordinance. He says while he doesn’t want the dock to take on the appearance of a private marina that incidental commercial use of the dock should be allowed. “It is important for tourists and visitors to Clear Lake, and in these difficult economic times, we should facilitate the docking, shopping, and enjoyment of our downtown area for their customers, within limits.” Mayor Nelson Crabb suggested the council take one of the recommendations from the city’s Parks and Recreation Advisory Board that a discussion further open up within the community about use of the public dock. “Let’s do this in the manner that we have done in many other private-public partnerships. There we’ve established agreements that would include input from those who are directly affected. In this case it might include, could include Park & Rec board members, Chamber members, city government officials, marine rental owners and others. This would be a lot more palatable than having an ordinance enacted halfway through the summer to correct a perceived violation of proper use of our new city dock.” The council passed the first reading of the ordinance and then waived the final two readings to allow the full ordinance to be enacted immediately. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EoH3geKXCHM&feature=youtu.belast_img read more

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Home Unsweet Home—Steelers win some battles, but Baltimore wins the war, 26-14 (Oct. 3)

first_imgBALTIMORE RAVENS RB ALEX COLLINS played an instrumental role in the Ravens’ convincing win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday Night Football, Sept. 30, 26-14. (Photos by Courier photographer Brian Cook)There was once upon a time when fire-breathing dragons roamed the earth and professional football players that wore leather helmets roamed the gridiron with names like Jim Thorpe and Red Grange. There were miniature monarchs that ruled miniature kingdoms named George Halas, Arthur J. Rooney and Paul Brown. All of these “kings” understood that when you crossed the borders of another man’s “kingdom,” the chances of exiting that hallowed ground with a victory, more often than not, were slim and none.Fast forward to 2018. The Baltimore Ravens entered the “kingdom of steel” of the Pittsburgh Steelers this past Sunday, Sept. 30. The Ravens did not place a “Trojan Horse” within the Steelers gates, only to surprise Pittsburgh as they slept. The men from B-more compromised the walls and tore down the gates, not defeating the Steelers by sneaking and attacking them from the rear, but defeating the men of steel face-to-face for the entire world to see. “General” Joseph Flacco had anticipated facing “General” Benjamin Roethlisberger in this most important battle, but the highly anticipated bloodbath was almost a one-sided battle as the Ravens began the battle slinging while the Steelers were just “singing.” Pittsburgh won a few skirmishes but Baltimore won the war. The final score: 26-14 Ravens. The Steelers now find themselves tied for last in the AFC North at 1-2-1 with the Browns.Come with me as we pause in retrospect for a moment or two. At the beginning of the 2018 NFL campaign, “General” Roethlisberger and his array of weapons were feared by many and disrespected by few. Roethlisberger could defeat you by land, by sea, above ground, below ground, in your kingdom, his kingdom or on neutral ground. It didn’t seem to matter. It was obvious to all that mattered that almost anyone that the Steelers faced were more than likely going to go down in defeat. It was not a question of why and how: the only question was when. However, there were stormy clouds gathering on the battlefront for the men of steel. The man charged with the placement and discharge of the weapons of the men of steel, “Colonel” Todd Haley, had been “exiled” from the “kingdom of steel” and took his experience to the Browns to help sculpture a new class of weaponry that the Orange and Brown team now possesses.There was now a new man in town to calculate and implement a new attack strategy for the Pittsburgh Steelers, his name is “Colonel” Randy Fichtner. “Colonel” Fichtner had been a close confidant to “General” Roethlisberger causing many to believe that the “unholy” alliance between he and the general was one of the deciding factors to “exile” “Colonel” Haley. From the beginning of his “tenure” with the Steelers, “General” Roethlisberger seemed to be dissatisfied with the battle plans of “Colonel” Haley and many times those with high stakes in the matter could see and sense a level of disdain exhibited toward “Colonel” Haley by “General” Roethlisberger at many times for no reason, mainly just because. “General” Roethlisberger did not accept or appreciate his new offensive strategist and by golly, by hook, or by crook “Colonel” Haley was going to meet a less-than-stellar end if “General” Roethlisberger and “Colonel” Fichtner had anything to do with it.They seemed to have prayed and waited, prayed and waited and now it appears as if their prayers were answered. As of this time, the walls of the steel kingdom have been breached twice in 2018 and may be breached again in less than a fortnight, as the Atlanta Falcons have been spotted flying toward Heinz Field at warp speed regarding reports that the demise of the Pittsburgh Steelers is nigh. It has been said in many circles time and time again,“Be careful what you pray for.”(Aubrey Bruce: [email protected]) Like us at https://www.facebook.com/pages/New-Pittsburgh-Courier/143866755628836?ref=hlFollow @NewPghCourier on Twitter  https://twitter.com/NewPghCourierlast_img read more

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