Free and open to the public, the second annual Oak Street Block Party welcomes a huge roster of funk legends for a daytime extravaganza on Wednesday, April 29. If you though the party stops between Jazz Fest weekends one and two, you thought wrong (this is NOLA we’re talking about). With 7 hours of music across two outdoor stages and the Maple Leaf, food and alcohol vendors, local artists and more, this is sure to be a daytime rager of epic proportions.This stacked lineup features The Oak St. All-Stars (Oteil Burbride, Kofi Burbridge, Roosevelt Collier, Adam Deitch, Adam Smirnoff, Jesus Coomes, Ryan Zoidis, Maurice Brown, & Natalie Cressman), Leftover Salmon, The Nth Power, The Heard, Kung Fu, Eddie Roberts’ West Coast Sounds, Sonic Bloom & Hard Proof.The event is a benefit for the Oak Street community, and WWOZ will be on site collecting donations.
Effective September 12, the service, operated by Emirates’ newest Boeing 777 freighter, will fly Dubai – Singapore – Sydney – Hong Kong – Dubai weekly, departing from Dubai every Sunday at 20:35 and touching down at Sydney International Airport at 18:30 every Monday.The Boeing 777 freighter has the capability to carry up to 103 tonnes of cargo and will boost Emirates SkyCargo’s import capacity to 1370 tonnes per week. Of note to HLPFI readers will be its feature of a wide main deck cargo door for easier uplift of oversized shipments.”2011 is proving to be a year of growth milestones for Emirates SkyCargo in New South Wales with the introduction of a dedicated weekly freighter service to Sydney, and the re-commencement of the airline’s third-daily Sydney flight in October,” said Greg Johnson, Emirates’ cargo manager Australia.”With these new services onboard, our customers will have more choice than ever before and it also offers the opportunity for us to expand into more areas of air cargo transport,” added Mr Johnson.
Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook West Ham boss Slaven Bilic believes Antonio Conte will be a success as Chelsea manager.The Blues will begin the new season – and Conte’s reign as boss – against Bilic’s side in a London derby at Stamford Bridge on Monday.AdChoices广告“I rate him very highly,” said Bilic, whose team finished seventh last season – three places above Chelsea.“Antonio Conte is a great manager and wants to change the way they approach the game and the principles. We expect a tough game against Chelsea.“But we are excited about the first game. We have had a good pre-season and have a good squad.”Hammers trio Cheikhou Kouyate, Pedro Obiang and Darren Randolph have been nursing minor injuries but trained on Wednesday and are expected to be available for next week’s match. See also:Chelsea’s Abraham praised after Bristol City debutHazard shines as Chelsea beat Werder BremenConte pleased with Chelsea players’ attitudeChelsea are tactically flexible – AzpilicuetaDrummy takes Davey on loan from ChelseaChelsea must be patient in ‘crazy’ transfer market – Conte
8 MOST DANGEROUS RAINS of All Time | TOP 10 INTERESTING Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night. Real or Fake? Shark Attacks Helicopter What’s This “Trick” Called? Comment Down Below!! Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 DILLIAN WHYTE has “no regrets” about fighting Alexander Povetkin – despite surrendering the chance to challenge WBC champion Tyson Fury.Whyte, 32, agreed to risk his mandatory position by headlining Eddie Hearn’s final ‘Fight Camp’, staged in the Matchroom supremo’s back garden.Dillian Whyte has ‘no regrets’ in fighting Alexander PovetkinCredit: Matchroom/Mark RobinsonBut it backfired after Povetkin, 40, upset the Brit with a huge left uppercut in round five.Whyte now needs to enact revenge on the Russian to win back his position as mandatory challenger for Fury.But he refuses to feel remorse having lost the banana skin bout – instead hailing Povetkin for landing “one of the punches of his career”.Whyte told Sky Sports News: “I have no regrets, it was a great fight.“Povetkin did well. Like I said, I know I can beat him, I know I could beat him.“I showed that from round one. From round one I was getting onto him, but obviously he’s a very experienced guy.“His corner was on the verge of pulling him out and he pulled out one of the punches of his career.“But that’s heavyweight boxing, it’s full of drama, ups and downs.” Whyte had been the WBC’s No1 ranked challenger for over 1,000 days without fighting for the belt.And he appeared on course to set up a shot at Fury having outboxed Povetkin for four rounds, twice flooring him.But his dreams of fighting for the famous green and gold belt were sent up in smoke in the fifth by a stunning left uppercut.Promoter Eddie Hearn confirmed the gutted heavyweight has a rematch clause – and Whyte plans to waste no time in gaining redemption.He said: “I was bossing the fight, I was winning the fight, I got clocked, it’s heavyweight boxing.“It’s not like I got beat up round after round, I got clocked, that’s all. He dipped low, I shoot the hook, he came with the uppercut and that was it.“The main thing is we’ve got a rematch, we’re gonna exercise the rematch, try and get it done by the end of the year.”Povetkin KO’d Whyte with a stunning left uppercut Credit: Matchroom/Mark RobinsonWhyte lost his WBC mandatory status following the defeatWhyte plans to enact his rematch clause against Povetkin Credit: Matchroom/Mark RobinsonDillian Whyte crashes Eddie Hearn interview asking for ‘rematch in December’ after 5th round knock-out by Alexander Povetkin Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels Source: Boxing – thesun.co.uk 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! People Slammed By Massive Waves 4
THERRAN COLEMAN of Brashear won the 100 and 200 meter dashes at the City League championships,Coleman is a Pitt football recruit FAST FRESHMAN—Raven Haston of Obama Academy won the 100 and 200 meter dashes. MONTANA HOWARD of Westinghouse won the Long Jump event. ASIA PARKER of Carrick won the 100 and 300 meter hurdle races and also won the Long Jump championship. Like us at https://www.facebook.com/pages/New-Pittsburgh-Courier/143866755628836?ref=hlFollow @NewPghCourier on Twitter https://twitter.com/NewPghCourierDownload our mobile app at http://www.appshopper.com/news/new-pittsburgh-courier MALIK TOWNSEND of Perry won the shot put event. (Photos by William McBride)Amadou Diallo of Allderdice won the 800 meter, 1600 meter, and 3200 meter races to lead the Allderdice boys to the City League Championship.DISTANCE KING—Amadou Diallo of Allderdice won the 800 meter, 1600 meter, and 3200 meter races to lead the Allderdice boys to the City League Championship.
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