It seems the LCD Soundsystem reunion tour is in full swing! After reuniting on Easter Sunday for their first show in five years, the band has added two more dates: August 2nd and 3rd at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO. The group will be joined by Savages and Museum of Love, putting together two glorious nights of music for all involved.LCD just wrapped up a two night run at NYC’s Webster Hall, where the group came out in full force. The “warm-up” performances saw the band dive through a number of their older hits, including tracks like “Daft Punk Is Playing At My House,” “I Can Change” and more. While the band has said that they’re working on new music, fans only have their lethargic Christmas song as evidence of new work.Still, with performances scheduled for major festivals like Bonnaroo, Coachella, Lollapalooza, Glastonbury and more, there’s plenty of opportunities to see LCD Soundsystem at work.Check out the event poster for their newly-announced two-night Red Rocks run, and tickets can be found here. They go on sale this Friday, April 1st, at 10 AM.
An individual responsible for transporting drugs from Central America to Mexico for the cartel led by Mexican drug boss Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán was detained in the southern part of the Mexican capital, the Secretariat of National Defense (Sedena) announced. The Mexican José Carlos Moreno Flores, alias “La Calentura” (“The Fever”), who according to Sedena was working with Guzmán’s organization in the state of Guerrero (in southern Mexico), is suspected of maintaining contacts with “Costa Rican and Guatemalan drug traffickers for the transport of alkaloids” to that Mexican region, the agency indicated. From Guerrero, on the Pacific coast, Moreno Flores sent the drugs to “the United States, using various routes and means of transportation,” the defense secretariat added. “El Chapo” Guzmán, a fugitive since 2001 and head of the Sinaloa cartel, is considered the most powerful Mexican drug trafficker by the U.S. magazine Forbes. Moreno Flores was also “one of those chiefly responsible for the violence generated in Chilpancingo (the capital of Guerrero, 300 km from Mexico City), where he was waging a battle for control of the drug trade with an enemy group known as ‘Los Rojos’ (‘The Reds’),” the Sedena statement indicated. Guerrero, which includes the port of Acapulco, is one of the battlefields in the wars between drug traffickers and anti-cartel agents that have left more than 41,000 dead since December 2006, when President Felipe Calderón orchestrated a national anti-drug strategy with the participation of 50,000 military personnel. By Dialogo September 21, 2011
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis The Sanctuary was a full house, as many gathered to witness the 7th Annual Cardboard Boat Rigatta.Each boat was unique in it’s own way, from it’s name to the inspiration behind it’s constructionMany would race, but in the end only a few would take home the prize. A determined single sailor, two kids that meant business, and a boat that successfully fit 16 people, were some of the highlightsThe final race featured the winner from each class…and they went out with a bang…literally!It was an intense race! Some sank and others survived, but now the final results are in.Here are the award results for the 7th annual Thunder Bay Cardboard Boat Regatta!Pride of the Fleet Award (Most Well Engineered) : Napa Auto Parts (The Zybtowski Family) Admiral’s Award (Most Innovative Design) : Albert P (Branden Hall) Captain’s Award (Most Team Spirit) : The Unicorns (Evan Cole and Eva Borowski) Judge’s Bribe Award (Most Money Raised) : SS WL Slasor (Aaron Sullenger and Co.) Most Sailor’s Afloat Award : Thunder Bay Watch (Thunder Bay Theatre) Titanic Award : Thunder Bay Watch (Thunder Bay Theatre) Battle Royale Winner : Tribes Collide (Charles Rungren) First Place Class One (Kid’s Paddle) : Double Trouble II (Logan Sigmon and Logan Bouchard) First Place Class Two (Single Sailor) : Tribes Collide (Charles Rungren) First Place Class Three (Crew of Two) : Birthday Boy 66 (Brian Acton and Co.) First Place Class Four (Crew of 3+) : Military Cutbacks III (Elijah Young, Jacob O’Brien and Co.) Thunder Bay Cup Grand Prize Winner : Military Cutbacks III (Elijah Young, Jacob O’Brien and Co.)AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Alpena Optimist Club Hosts Traditional Duck RaceNext MSP Alpena Post to Host 2017 Citizens Academy