[H/T Consequence of Sound] Earlier in the month on September 9th, Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder performed an intimate set during Ohana Fest in Southern California, putting on an awesome show that saw surprising cameos from Fiona Apple and Glen Hansard as well as well-chosen renditions of covers by George Harrison and Fugazi. During his performance, Eddie Vedder also debuted a new song, which fans dubbed “Share The Light,” though, at the time, no good footage was around that truly captured this new number in its full glory.Eddie Vedder’s Been Spotted Busking Twice Outside Of Wrigley Field This Weekend [Full Video]Now, thanks to Youtube user mano1971music, a better video of Eddie Vedder debuting “Share The Light” is making its rounds. In the video, you can watch the debut of this new number, “Share The Light”, with the Pearl Jam frontman stationed at an organ and belting with his powerful, characteristic voice during the heartfelt performance on September 9th.
Clerk-Treasurer:Cheryl Taylor Sunman, IN—The Republican convention was held last night in the Town of Sunman. Ginger Bradford, the Republican Chairwoman for Ripley County has reported the winners of the election. As there were no Democrats running in this election, the winners will take office on January 1, 2020. Town Council at large:Marilyn DeckerCarol EcksteinDonald Foley
The 24-year-old France international was drafted in from Montpellier during the summer to add the kind of invention which the Magpies had been lacking since Yohan Cabaye’s departure for Paris St Germain in January last year. He found the going tough during his opening few months on Tyneside, but has gradually started to find his feet, and part of that process has involved studying footage of one of the club’s most celebrated sons. Press Association Cabella said: “I have watched YouTube a lot to watch Peter Beardsley over again. When I arrived at Newcastle, every player here told me to check what he did on YouTube. “Peter was a top-class player. I looked and ‘Woah!’. He was brilliant. More than that, he is a great human being and a very nice guy. I like him and I hope to learn more from him.” Beardsley, currently the club’s football development manager, has been assisting caretaker manager John Carver and first-team coach Steve Stone since Alan Pardew’s departure as manager earlier this month. He is one of a long line of talented players to have lit up St James’ Park over the last two decades or so, and Cabella is desperate to emulate the thrills he and the likes of Paul Gascoigne and David Ginola provided for the Toon Army. The Frenchman said: “I know about the famous names that have played for the club like Gascoigne, David Ginola and Peter Beardsley. “I know Peter very well now. I see him every day and he’s a top man, top-class. I want to be like him because he was a good player for Newcastle, like Ginola, and some other players. “I want to be like them, of course.” Remy Cabella is spending his spare time watching videos of Peter Beardsley as he attempts to make his way in English football.
Published on December 17, 2018 at 2:09 pm Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse (7-3) and No. 14 Buffalo (10-0) enter Tuesday’s game in the Carrier Dome moving in different directions. The Orange were just upset by Old Dominion on Saturday, while the Bulls are off to their best start since 1930-31. The Interstate 90 battle will tip off at 8 p.m. on Tuesday and be televised on ESPN2.Here’s what our beat writers expect to happen.Billy Heyen (8-2)A new New York’s college teamBuffalo 74, Syracuse 67This Buffalo team is no fluke. The Bulls proved that with an overtime win in a then-ranked West Virginia’s building behind CJ Massinburg’s 43 points. They gave Syracuse all the Orange could handle last year in the Dome, and if anything, UB has gotten better. Even though this game is a must-win for SU, that won’t matter. The Bulls are too hot as a team and too sound defensively to let Syracuse get any sort of edge, and they’ll hand the Orange a second-straight loss.Charlie DiSturco (7-3)Mess with the Bulls … Buffalo 80, Syracuse 66AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse’s second-half collapse against Old Dominion proved that SU’s offense is mediocre, and they rely on the 3 ball too heavily. Buffalo is not an easy win by any means. In fact, the Bulls may be the best team the Orange has faced all season. UB is a team that is as experienced as it gets, smart with the ball and defensively sound. Expect a big road win for Buffalo, which will hand Syracuse its fourth nonconference loss.Matthew Gutierrez (6-4)Western New York reignsBuffalo 68, Syracuse 58It’s easy to get carried away and overreact after an upset loss — see: fire Boeheim tweets, etc. — but Saturday’s loss to Old Dominion underscored an issue. Even at Ohio State and home against Georgetown, SU played several bouts of inefficient, poor basketball. That may or may not continue Tuesday. What’s probable to continue is this identity-less brand of hoops.
Two Ghanaians are refusing to return to their Egyptian club because of security concerns in the North African nation.Petrojet players Cofie and Eric Bekoe fled Egypt a week after anti-government protests began as they grew concerned over the escalating violence.Despite being called back by coach Helmi Toulan five days ago, the Ghanaians are refusing to travel.“My family won’t allow me to go back as they feel it’s unsafe – they don’t want to lose a child,” Cofie told BBC Sport.“At the moment, I honestly don’t feel like going back unless the situation changes.“I don’t want to go through what I went through again – it was a bit scary.” Two days after the widespread protests began, Egypt’s FA (EFA) postponed the local league.On Monday, the EFA told the BBC’s African sports programme Fast Track that it hopes to receive permission from security forces to restart the league in early MarchCofie, 22, has called his experience a ‘life and death situation’, whereby he grew increasingly worried about the events that ultimately prompted the downfall of President Hosni Mubarak.As some of the demonstrations turned violent, with over 300 believed to have died across the country, the Bekoes (who are unrelated) made a dash for home.“We had heard from no one at Petrojet – neither the coach nor any official, just from a fellow player who was at home protecting his family,” said Cofie, who won a Ghana cap last year. “We were on our way to the airport and weren’t too far from our house when we heard people firing gunshots.”“There were many people on the road and it was one of the most frightening experiences of my life.“We went to the airport and slept there for two days – it was better to stay there because it wasn’t safe at home.“Public announcements were telling you not to go out nor open your front door if people knocked when you were at home.“Luckily, we got a flight out but many expatriate players didn’t.” Cofie, whose contract has another two years to run, is nervous about leaving the Ghanaian capital Accra to return to Petrojet even though he believes it would boost his career.“I would prefer that things go back to normal because Egypt have one of the best teams in the world and the talent there is good,” he added.“It’s good for the youngsters like us who are determined to get to the highest level but I just don’t know how I am going to feel when I am back in the country.“And I don’t know whether the [security situation] will be good enough for me to play as I normally do.”Source: BBC