Dave Matthews Band returned to The Gorge Amphitheatre last night for the second night of their annual three-night stand at the storied venue. The band has announced that they’ll be taking an extended hiatus following this run, giving the weekend an extra feeling of importance for fans and band alike. There’s no telling when DMB will return to the stage, so this weekend is a huge celebration of the band’s deep catalog. Night one featured fan-favorites like “The Song That Jane Likes”, “Warehouse”, “Dancing Nancies”, and “Grey Street” (among others), and night two featured more of the same, with a funky Prince cover thrown in and another appearance by Brazilian brass legend Carlos Malta.The band opened up with “Squirm”, before really getting the set started with a pair of beloved tracks in “One Sweet World” and “Granny”. The beginning of the set also featured “When the World Ends”, “Funny the Way It Is”, and a standout “Crush” before the band segued into “Bartender” and invited Malta out for his first tune of the evening. “Bartender” was only played one other time in 2016, so the song was truly appreciated by the DMB faithful who trekked out to The Gorge. Malta would join the band on “Cry Freedom”, Dave Matthews solo track “Gravedigger”, and “Jimi Thing” throughout the course of the evening, adding his signature sound to DMB’s well-oiled machine.After “Jimi Thing”, DMB performed a super-funky cover of “Sexy MF” by Prince that really got the crowd moving, before the band brought their set to a close with “Pantala Naga Pampa” > “Rapunzel”. The band returned to the stage for an extended, three-song encore of “Sister”, “Two Step”, and “Halloween” that put a cap on an excellent evening.Check out the full setlist below, courtesy of setlist.fm. Dave Matthews Band have one more show at The Gorge tonight before beginning their extended hiatus on Monday. Edit this setlist | More Dave Matthews Band setlists
J.J. Watt participates in Packers tradition, breaks kid’s bike in process Texans rookie kicked out of joint practice with Packers after big hits “I wouldn’t mind if they didn’t do it for another 14 years,” Rodgers told the media afterward, via Packersnews.com.”Look, that’s out of my control,” he continued. “I think the key for all of us here, we know how important training camp is not only to our fans but our local businesses. Unless we’re going to California, I’d be bummed out if we had to go to another city. You bring a team in, I understand the point of it. I don’t think doing live special teams drills is very smart. I think the [NFL]PA is going to look at that, for sure. The kickoff especially is one of the most dangerous plays in football, and that’s why they’ve tweaked different things over the years. Related News Don’t expect to see Aaron Rodgers advocating for joint preseason practices anytime soon.The Packers quarterback spoke out against two NFL teams practicing together after tensions ran high between Green Bay and the Texans on Monday. Packers rusher, El Paso native Aaron Jones on mass shooting: ‘It takes your breath away’ “Close to a live kickoff drill I don’t think is the best use of a [joint] practice.”Rodgers’ comments come after Texans rookie cornerback Lonnie Johnson Jr. was kicked off the field after he made two hits during a non-tackling session.While Houston coach Bill O’Brien downplayed the incident, many Packers players were unhappy.Packers coach Matt LaFleur said: “I thought there was no place for that. We addressed it. It’s an unfortunate deal because I was pretty clear with our guys we’re not doing that stuff.”Green Bay receiver Davante Adams called the hits “unnecessary,” and tight end Jimmy Graham said Johnson’s antics were “kind of ridiculous.” Johnson was absent Tuesday after he posted a photo to Instagram of him flexing over Green Bay tight end Jace Sternberger. However, he posted to Twitter afterward that he wasn’t trying to hurt anyone and removed the Instagram post.Monday and Tuesday were the only days of joint practices for the Packers and Texans.
Armed German troops prepare to assault terrorists at the 1972 OlympicsParis, France | AFP | Three explosions targetting the Borussia Dortmund team bus left one person injured and forced the postponement of Tuesday’s Champions League match against Monaco in Germany. Here are other attacks that have rocked sporting events.1972 Munich Olympics massacreEleven Israeli athletes perished at the 1972 Munich Games after gunmen from the radical Palestinian Black September group broke into the Olympic village on September 5 and took them hostage. Two athletes were immediately shot dead with nine more killed, as well as a police officer, in a bungled rescue operation.Togo team bus ambushedThree people were killed, including Togo’s assistant manager, and nine others injured when the Togolese team bus was attacked by gunmen from a separatist group on January 8, 2010 as it travelled through the volatile Angolan province of Cabinda ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations tournament.Sri Lanka cricketers targetedSix Pakistani police and two civilians were killed when gunmen opened fire on a bus carrying Sri Lanka’s national cricket team on March 3, 2009 ahead of the third day’s play of a Test match against Pakistan in Lahore. The attack was blamed on a Pakistani extremist group. Stade de France hit by Paris attacksThree suicide bombers targeted the French national stadium on November 13, 2015 as France hosted Germany in an international friendly on a night that Paris was rocked by a series of deadly coordinated attacks. One man was killed by an explosion outside the ground. The attacks around Paris left 130 dead.Atlanta 1996 pipe bombRevellers were enjoying a rock concert during the Olympic Games at Atlanta’s Centennial Park when a pipe bomb exploded in the early hours of July 27, 1996, killing two people and injuring more than 100. A US extremist Eric Rudolph was jailed for the attack. Share on: WhatsApp
The Kootenay shook off a tough loss in the opener to grab a single point in a two-game B.C Hockey Major Midget League series against the North Island Silvertips Sunday in Castlegar.Spencer McLean scored the only goal of the game for the Ice in a 1-1 tie against the Silvertips.North Island won the opening tilt of the series 5-4, scoring twice on the power play in the third period to secure the victory.Kootenay, 3-18-5, remain last in the BCMMHL standings.Sunday, McLean of Montrose gave the Ice the early first period lead with his seventh goal of the season.However, Hunter Findlater scored in the second to even the score. Saturday, Kootenay held a 4-2 lead with five minutes remaining in the contest before a few questionable penalty called did the home side in.Joe Gage, Clayton Pearce and Dylan Coghlan, netting the winner in with 62 seconds remaining in the game, rallied the Silvertips.Ryan Neil of Fruitvale, Trevor Steinburg of Cranbrook, Kadrian Klimchuk of Castlegar and Coy Prevost of Kimberley scored for the Ice.Jason Mailhoit of Trail was in goal for Kootenay.The Ice travel to Langley this weekend for the annual BC Hockey Major Midget Showcase weekend at the Events Centre.The Ice meet Valley West Hawks in two games.Friday, the league allstar game is being played at the George Preston Centre with three players from Kootenay on the roster — Austin Tambellni of Nelson, Prevost and goalie Carson Schamerhorn of Trail.