Vulfpeck has shared a new live video for their Hill Climber instrumental, “Disco Ulysses”.While the song itself has no lyrics, the always-eccentric outfit added some thematic context to the video by way of scrolling stage directions that frame the song as a scene-by-scene outline of a musical—with a book by Homer (sweet literary reference) and music by Vulfpeck. The titles move through dry, comical adaptations of various scenes in Homer’s The Odyssey (like Ulysses blinding the Cyclops) paired with fictional songs like “I Can’t See Good”. While the “scenes” are surely good for some amused chuckles, they also add some creative context for the song’s various distinct musical sections.Check out the new video for Vulfpeck’s “Disco Ulysses” below:Vulfpeck – “Disco Ulysses” [Official Video][Video: Vulf]Related: Vulfpeck Welcomes Cory Henry, The Fearless Flyers At Chilly Red Rocks Blowout [Photos/Video]Vulfpeck has only a handful of performances on the books for the remainder of this year, including a pair of performances at the Greek Theatres in Los Angeles and Berkeley, CA (fittingly dubbed “Greek Week“) in July, a slot at this year’s LOCKN’ festival in August, and their debut performance at New York City’s iconic Madison Square Garden in September. For more information on the upcoming Vulfpeck dates, head to the band’s website here.
View Comments Star Files Calling all Glee fans: Mr. Schue and Blaine are hanging out in NYC! Matthew Morrison and Darren Criss are both currently on Broadway in Finding Neverland and Hedwig and the Angry Inch, respectively, and on June 28, Morrison stopped by to see Criss all glammed up as the transgender East German rock goddess. Once Upon a Time star and Glee associate producer Jennifer Morrison (no relation to Matthew!) was also on hand to hang out backstage with the Glee guys. Check out these Hot Shots of the stars in Criss’ pink dressing room at the Belasco Theatre, then catch Criss in Hedwig and Morrison in Finding Neverland on Broadway! Show Closed This production ended its run on Sept. 13, 2015 Darren Criss Hedwig and the Angry Inch Related Shows
John Adrian Sellers, 61, of Greensburg, Indiana passed away on April 15, 2020 at Seton Long-term Care, Indianapolis. He was born July 12, 1958 in Kendallville, Indiana, the son of Harold and Dorislea Smith Sellers. He was a 1977 Graduate of East Noble High School, earned his Bachelor of Science from Manchester University in 1981 and Masters from Ball State University. John was also a licensed Guidance Counselor.On July 27, 1991 he married Deborah June Bean Sellers and together they had two sons, Sean Christopher and Kyle David. John retired from Greensburg Community School Corporation after 27 years of service as a science teacher, coach and guidance counselor. He returned as a teaching assistant the past three years.John was passionate about Greensburg Pirate Basketball. He coached his sons, Freshman Boys, Lady Pirates High School, Junior High programs and kept the scorebook for the Boys Varsity games. John also coached Lady Pirate Golf, football and helped out at track meets.John was also passionate about golf. If it was a sunny day he would be hitting golf balls in the back yard, at the Country Club, playing with friends and former classmates. He loved the sport and was given the opportunity years ago to attend a Masters practice round. Along with that, he had the opportunity to work at a PGA event and drive his idol Arnold Palmer around the course before his round. John enjoyed earning his pilot’s license and was a third degree black belt. He loved watching the Chicago Cubs, Notre Dame Football and IU basketball, sometimes.John was a member of the Greensburg United Methodist Church, Greensburg Country Club, Optimist and a board member of the Greensburg Community Schools Foundation.Survivors include: Wife, Deborah Sellers; Sons, Sean Christopher and Kyle David. His brother and sister in-law; Dave and Melissa Fischer. His niece and nephew Olivia and Shane Smith. Wrigley, his faithful Australian Shepherd. He is preceded in death by his parents; grandparents and in-laws David and Carolyn Bean.A drive thru visitation* will take place on Tuesday, April 21, 2020 from 4PM – 7PM under the Gilliland-Howe Funeral Home carport. A private graveside service will be held for family with a celebration of life planned for a later date. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to Greensburg Community Schools Foundation, Greensburg United Methodist Church and American Heart Association. Please visit www.gilliland-howe.com to leave a condolence for the family or to sign the digital guestbook.*From Leslie and Braiden – In an effort to stay within the current state mandated guidelines, but still try our best to allow families and friends the opportunity to offer condolences in person during these trying times, we are planning to offer a drive thru visitation under the Gilliland-Howe Funeral Home carport. The entry point is currently planned to be off of North Street, in the alley behind the funeral home, on the east side of the building (closest to the Post Office roadside mailboxes). Lining up in the street will not be permitted. Please follow the traffic around the building. You must remain in your vehicle during your entire visit. We appreciate your patience with this new concept. Thank you.
Runners take off at the start of Saturday’s Flattop 5K.PHOTO BY TAYLOR VORTHERMSLAMOINE — More than 200 runners braved Saturday morning’s chilly weather for the 11th annual Flattop 5K.The race is held in honor of the late Bill Pinkham and named after his distinct crew cut hairstyle.Pinkham, a longtime dedicated runner, was a fixture in the community before passing away in 2005 at the age of 62. He served as the former chief of the Maine Marine Patrol, as a state representative and as Lamoine’s harbormaster.Dave Kerschner, 30, of Old Town was the first male finisher at Saturday’s Flattop 5K with a time of 16:59.PHOTO BY TAYLOR VORTHERMSDave Kerschner, 30, of Old Town was the first male finisher in Saturday’s race with a time of 16 minutes and 59 seconds. Tracy Guerette, 35, was the first female in 19:31.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textFor the women, Jennifer VanDongen, 38, of Bar Harbor finished in a close second in 19:38. Katherine Collins, 45, of Winterport took third in 21:39.Matt Homich, 28, of Bar Harbor was the second male finisher in 17:26, and Perry LeBreton, 41, placed third in 17:51.The boys’ and girls’ winners of the one-mile Fun Run were Charlie Collins and Alexandra Collins.The following are the top 5K finishers in each age group:Female age 1-9: Amelia VanDongen, 9, of Bar Harbor, first in 31:34; Sophia Rosales, 6, of Lamoine, second in 41:49.Male age 1-9: Jay Haney, age 9, first in 25:47; Timmy Collins, 9, of Winterport, second in 29:40.Female age 10-14: Ava Dowling, 12, of Newburgh, first in 26:54; Shayla Smith, 13, of Newburgh, second in 27:05.Male age 10-14: Matt Shea, 14, of Ellsworth, first in 19:11; Evan Merchant, 14, of Beals, second in 21:44.Female age 15-19: Ivy Wallace, 18, of Lamoine, first in 24:15; Olivia Frost, 16, of Pittsfield, second in 26:08.Tracy Guerette, 35, was the first female finisher at Saturday’s Flattop 5K with a time of 19:31.PHOTO BY TAYLOR VORTHERMSMale age 15-19: Oliver Johnston, 15, of Bar Harbor, first in 18:29; Colby Rand, age 18, second in 19:44.Female age 20-29: Kassie Strout, 25, of Trenton, first in 22:03. Meg Kelly, 28, of Bar Harbor, second in 22:48.Male age 20-29: Nick Brown, 28, of Ellsworth, first in 19:23; Ezra Dean, 22, of Orono, second in 19:41.Female age 30-39: Shannon Horton, 39, of Mount Desert Island, first in 21:45; Maegan Haney, age 38, second in 23:05.Male age 30-39: Andrew Kephart, age 30, first in 17:57; Seth Young, 31, of Ellsworth, second in 18:39.Female age 40-49: Johanna Sullery, 41, of Old Town, first in 23:37; Tricia Brown, 42, of Cherryfield, second in 23:42.Male age 40-49: Stephen Linscott, 40, of Seal Cove, first in 18:19; Andy Pereira, 47, of Southwest Harbor, second in 18:24.Female age 50-59: Lisa Kingsbury, 56, of Hampden, first in 22:45; Lisa Tweedie, 53, of Bar Harbor, second in 24:50.Male age 50-59: Chris Jones, 52, of Bucksport, first in 20:17; Robert Jordan, 56, of Ellsworth, second in 20:47.Female age 60-64: Christy Stout, age 60, first in 25:21; Donna Kausen, 62, of Addison, second in 26:12.Male age 60-64: Bob Ciam, age 61, first in 18:51; Austin Townsend Jr., 61, of Perry, second in 20:46.Tobin Peacock of Lamoine pushes a stroller in Saturday’s Flattop 5K.PHOTO BY TAYLOR VORTHERMSFemale age 65-69: Judith Blake, 65, of Bar Harbor, first in 27:42; Robin Emery, 69, of Lamoine, second in 32:39.Male age 65-69: Dave Samuelian, 69, of Bangor, first in 26:56; Stephen Fay, 66, of Ellsworth, second in 28:37.Female age 70-74: Jane Berry, 73, of Topsham, first in 49:25.Male age 70-74: John Tjepkema, 72, of Orono, first in 28:58; Ron Paquette, 74, of Albion, second in 37:03.Female age 75-99: Mary Alice Bruce, 77, of Corea, first in 37:23.Male age 75-99: Lloyd Harmon, 75, of Ellsworth, first in 27:57; David Jones, 75, of Castine, second in 28:58.