Though it wasn’t originally on the schedule, Warren Haynes treated fans to an incredible solo set at Mountain Jam earlier this summer. When Gary Clark Jr. had to cancel his performance for personal reasons, it was Haynes who stepped up and delivered a monumental set at the Hunter Mountain event.Thanks to Mountain Jam, we now have some pro-shot footage to share from this great performance. The festival released three professional videos, including covers of U2’s “One” and George Harrison’s “Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth),” as well as the traditional “Railroad Boy.” Check out all three videos, streaming below!OneRailroad BoyGive Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)
It’s not always a glamorous job, being the behind-the-scenes wrangler, the deal broker, the messenger. It’s often thankless and can sometimes feel like a constant uphill battle — yet day after day, year after year, Tom Lucey shows up to work with a smile and sets out doing what he does best — doing right by our kids and our community.Lucey, the director of government and community relations at Harvard for the past 13 years, has made it his mission to collaborate with local leaders, schools, and civic organizations to find ways in which Harvard can positively engage in a growing number of community issues — particularly local education efforts.On May 7, he was honored with the Avon Children’s Friend Award at the Cambridge Family and Children’s Services’ 21st Annual Circle of Friends Gala.Cambridge Mayor David Maher acknowledged Lucey’s strong desire to stay out of the limelight, but to never shy away from delivering for the community. “Anytime you need something done — just call Tom Lucey and the job will get done,” Maher said. “Harvard University, and with it, Tom Lucey, has always been a true partner with our community and that’s what makes this city and this community so special.”“Harvard’s mission of teaching, research and learning extends well beyond the campus,” Lucey said. “I am so proud of that commitment and am honored to be working with so many of our partners to make our community a better place to live and work.”
The kitchen has been given a spruce up.“This property is sure to impress and is a great chance to secure an incredible piece of Edge Hill history.”Development and subdivision information is available upon request provided by Urban Sync.According to Core Logic the median prices in Edge Hill jumped 14.4 per cent in the past five year while median asking rent was $470 per week. Plenty of space in the heart of Edge HillThe flat allotment also includes dual street access from Pease and Greenslopes streets.Life just 800m from the chic restaurants, bars and local shops of Edge Hill means entertainment or a spot to catch up with friends or family is just a short and leisurely stroll away. Bedrooms 4 Garage 5 303 Pease St FOR the first time in more than half a century, a block of Edge Hill land is up for sale.The family of owner Julie Nicholls built a home at 303 Pease St massive 1616 sqm block and passed it down for 54 years. Elite Real Estate Services agents Carol Thomas and Morganne Baldwin said the double block allotment was a chance to capitalise on “an outstanding location right on the brink of the bustling Edge Hill village”.“Whether you are looking for a value add renovation, a knock down and rebuild, adding an additional dwelling for multiple income streams or a subdivision, this property caters to every option,” Ms Thomas said. Inspection Bathroom 1 Edge Hill 2-2.30pm 303 Pease St, Edge Hill“Residential development opportunities could include a variety of other development configurations such as townhouses, a duplex or a triplex.“There is also potential scope to develop the site for commercial uses.“This site proposes huge potential for astute investors who will take advantage of the most in-demand suburb in Cairns.” 1616sq m DETAILS: Saturday 2 March Wooden floorboards and plenty of space inside.More from newsCairns home ticks popular internet search terms2 days agoTen auction results from ‘active’ weekend in Cairns2 days agoThe existing home on the site is nothing to dismiss though with four bedrooms, one bathroom and secure parking for up to five vehicles.A kitchen is still in good working order and could perfect for a small scale developer to live in or renovate while completing subdivision due diligence and approvals, according to Ms Thomas.“There is also the opportunity to build your dream home on one of the largest level blocks in Edge Hill currently on the market,” she said.“Located in the school catchment zones for both Edge Hill State School and Cairns State High School, it is sure to appeal to families.
During the USC men’s tennis team’s ring ceremony this past Saturday, the 2009 National Champions were recognized for their accomplishments.Now the team finds itself back at the starting line of a long journey that ended in a national championship last year. The only difference? This year they’re starting out on top.To recap last season’s run to the title: The team defeated Pac-10 foe Stanford, along with Texas, No. 1-seeded Virginia and Ohio State. The national title was the program’s 17th and coach Peter Smith’s first.While the fall competition for the men’s tennis team will primarily be individual tournaments, the results will have an effect on team rankings entering the spring. The fall competition is also an opportunity for the Trojans to improve their individual rankings in both singles and doubles play.“It is important to start the [spring] season with a good ranking,” senior Robert Farah said.“Absolutely,” sophomore Steve Johnson agreed.Already, the team boasts four singles players ranked by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association, as well as three ranked doubles teams. No. 3 Farah, No. 18 Johnson, No. 49 junior Jaak Poldma and No. 99 sophomore Matt Kecki all sit among the rankings. Farah and Johnson return as No. 3-ranked doubles partners while Kecki and Poldma come into the rankings at No. 35.Last season Farah and Johnson played primarily at the number one position and Kecki and Poldma held things down on the third court. That left the second position to sophomore Daniel Nguyen and then-senior Abdullah Magdas. Magdas has since run out of eligibility, but freshman JT Sundling looks to fill his position. Sundling and Nguyen have quite a bit of experience playing together, including a stint at the US Open earlier this month, so the transition is likely to be a smooth one.“We won Kalamazoo [this summer] and took a set off of a professional team,” Nguyen said of his and Sundling’s success together.Magdas was the only senior last season so the Trojans should return almost their full lineup along with the additions of freshmen Sundling and Joel Giger. Magdas played a key role in the Trojans’ run to a national championship last season, but these fresh faces provide fresh talent.“We’re just as good as last year,” Nguyen said. “Maybe even better.”An experienced team should serve the Trojans well and it’s a far cry from the situation they found themselves in just one year ago. Of the 10 players on the roster entering the 2008 preseason, five were freshmen. A young program, however, did not stop them from enjoying success, as evidenced by the 2009 title.Coming up for the Trojans is the All-American Qualifying tournament in Tulsa, Okla. The tournament serves as a chance for ranked players to improve their standing and unranked players, like Nguyen and senior Jason McNaughton, to break into the rankings.“I’m pretty pumped,” Nguyen said. “I want to do well and get a ranking.”“I want to be a great preseason player,” McNaughton added.In all, it looks like the Trojans will come back this season just as much of a force and threat, if not more so, than last season with a year of added experience and a national championship under their belts.Some players feel the national championship takes the pressure away, while others feel the opposite.“The monkey’s off the back,” Johnson said. “We won a title.”“We have a target on our back now, but I’m looking forward to the competition,” Nguyen said.Either way, the Trojans are back and ready for action, and as Smith called them at the conclusion of last season, they are “absolutely the team to beat.”
It was “Competition Tuesday” at Howard Jones Field, and the offense and defense were entangled in a fierce battle at the end-of-practice scrimmage.The end result was a 8-7 victory for the offense — by all accounts a much closer score than the 47-20 loss the Trojans suffered at the hands of the Oregon Ducks on Saturday.Lessons to learn · Pete Carroll said freshman quarterback Matt Barkley and other young USC players will learn from the trying season. – Dieuwertje Kast | Daily TrojanDon’t remind them.“I hate losing,” freshman quarterback Matt Barkley said. “It’s really terrible to see our team go down and it kills me inside. You try your best not to show it, but from this point on we’ve moved on.”Barkley has, at a minimum, two years left as a Trojan. USC coach Pete Carroll said after practice Tuesday that 2009 will surely serve as a learning experience for Barkley and Co.“The experience of this season will pay off for a number of years for our guys,” Carroll said. “The challenges we’ve had, the games that we’ve played, the settings that we’ve been in — we’ll always be able to utilize that as long as these guys are here.”uOn the injury front, redshirt junior running back Allen Bradford sat out of practice with a sore knee Tuesday, leaving Howard Jones Field early.“His knee was sore coming out of the weekend,” Carroll said. “He got banged on it, and it’s still too sore to push it right now. He had X-rays over the weekend, but it’s still very sore.”Junior running back Joe McKnight also stayed on the sidelines with a sore hamstring, which Carroll described as minor.“We’re just making sure we don’t extend it and allow it to nag all through the week, so we’ve got to rest him for a couple days here,” he said.If either of the two can’t suit up against Arizona State, it’s likely that redshirt junior running back C.J. Gable will pick up the carries.Gable registered more than 100 carries during both his freshman and sophomore seasons, but has carried the ball only 16 times this season.“C.J.’s ready to go,” Carroll said. “He’s been waiting, and he’s done a great job of being patient about it.“He can answer that call. He’s done it for years, and I know he can now.”Middle linebacker redshirt sophomore Chris Galippo returned to practice Tuesday showing no ill effects from a neck injury.Carroll said Galippo was 100 percent recovered.uArizona State freshman linebacker Vontaze Burfict was a USC verbal commit for much of the recruiting process before switching to the Sun Devils on Signing Day amid concerns he wouldn’t qualify academically at USC.Now, Burfict is the starter at middle linebacker for Arizona State and the centerpiece of a young defense.“He’s a young guy that’s really trying to make an impression,” Carroll said. “He’s really a physical player, and he runs sideline to sideline. He’s a good-looking prospect, fantastic-looking player, and he’s only gonna get better as he grows within their system.”Burfict was the highest-ranked high school prospect to ever sign a letter of intent with Arizona State.“He’s a beast and he plays hard,” Barkley said. “He doesn’t stop. I’m excited to see him play. From the tape we watched, he plays like a crazy man.”