The Red Hot Chili Peppers have always had interesting music videos, but this new video for “Go Robot” might be the weirdest. The band uses the video to recreate several iconic scenes from the 1977 classic disco movie Saturday Night Fever, even filming several scenes in their video at several locations where SNF was filmed.Singer Anthony Keidis is the video’s star, and he really bares it all as he plays an almost-nude robot seeking acceptance in the world. He walks the streets, mostly ignored or disliked, before eventually ending up at a discoteque, where he is entranced by the lights and music and dance-moves. Eventually, he sees a female robot on the dance floor, and the two dance the night away having finally found each other.Check out the video for “Go Robot” below!
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Kirk Kordeleski, the well-respected CEO of Bethpage Federal Credit Union, has stepped down due to health concerns, the nonprofit financial cooperative announced Wednesday.The credit union’s board of directors immediately named Wayne Grosse, the longtime chief operating officer at Bethpage FCU, interim CEO.“Wayne has been a leader in the Long Island financial community for over 30 years,” the board of directors said in a statement. “He has been at Bethpage for 15 years and has served as Bethpage COO for the past seven. The appointment provides continuity of leadership and reinforces our commitment to the financial strength, integrity and reliability of Bethpage Federal Credit Union.”In a statement, Grosse said he’s proud of Bethpage FCU’s growth during his time there, and is looking forward to his new role.Wayne Grosse has been named interim-CEO of Bethpage Federal Credit Union.Kordeleski issued a statement on Facebook, saying he made changes in his life “for my health and the good of our families (mine and Bethpage).”“I love Bethpage and while some things may be slightly different under the great Wayne Grosse the general approach to supporting LI financial needs and to be fair to everyone, and commitment to a successful future for all LI[er]s will never change,” he added. “That is what is different between credit unions and banks. Wayne is a great man, leading a world class team. Support him and the company. To all my friends thank you for [your] generosity and support. I will see [you] in the near future.”Kordeleski, who will also reportedly step down as chairman of the Long Island Association, did not say what has been ailing him.” Kirk is one of Long Island’s finest individuals,” said Kevin Law, president and chief executive officer of the Long Island Association, a business lobbying group. “He passionately cares about our region and has touched the lives of so many of us. He is a champion of economic development and is also one the most philanthropic CEO’s who cares deeply about those not making it in this new economy. While I will miss him as my chairman, he will never stop being my friend.”Kordeleski joined Bethpage in 1992. He was named CEO in 2002 and has been a force in the Long Island business community ever since. During his tenure, Bethpage has gained a respected reputation and now boasts more than 220,000 members, the majority of whom live on Long Island. The credit union has close to $5.7 billion in assets.During his tenure at Bethpage, Kordeleski has been a public supporter of arts and culture in our area, from WFUV-FM, the nonprofit station at Fordham, to Arts Alive LI, the nonprofit community arts program.
Madison, IN—A February 2019 investigation in Madison led to the arrest of Kayla S. Lee, 27, of Madison. Troopers from theIndiana State Police Versailles Post conducted the investigation and their expertise resulted in the arrest and subsequent conviction of Lee.“The experience and professionalism of the Indiana State Police is always appreciated, and in this case, it resulted in securing a large amount of methamphetamine. Their hard work continues to improve public safety in Jefferson County,” said Prosecutor David Sutter.During the investigation, Lee told police there was a “fist-sized” amount of methamphetamine under the bed in her bedroom. A search warrant was obtained, and a search of the residence located approximately 60 grams of methamphetamine under the bed.On October 9, Lee entered an open guilty plea to possession of methamphetamine as a Level 3 felony with a cap of nine (9) years. She was sentenced on December 4, 2019, by Judge Donald Mote to the full nine (9) years fully executed in the Indiana Department of Correction.
After surviving a tougher-than-most-expected series against the Clippers, Warriors Coach Steve Kerr began his postgame news conference by paying tribute to a valiant opponent.“Before I take any questions,” Kerr said, “I want to say congrats to the Clippers on an amazing season. I love their team. I just love how they compete, how they fight and play for each other. That’s a beautiful basketball team. They made us work for everything. So they’ve got a bright future. And Doc (Rivers) did a great job with them all year, and their young guys are impressive. That was tough. That was a tough, tough series.” What the Clippers are saying the day after Luka Doncic’s game-winner tied series, 2-2 Kristaps Porzingis ruled out as Clippers, Mavericks set for Game 5; Follow for game updates Clippers vs. Mavericks Game 5 playoff updates from NBA beat reporters PLAYA VISTA — The Clippers have become full-fledged members of the mutual admiration society.During exit interviews with beat reporters Saturday at the team’s practice facility, Clippers guard Patrick Beverley spoke about how much he appreciated the team’s fans, who stayed put Friday at Staples Center until the end to express their gratitude for a season well played.“It was incredible, man,” Beverley said. “No one left early because we were losing, (they) stayed the whole time. It shows you that people bought in, and we appreciate that.”But it wasn’t just the fans who were fans of the Clippers this season. Asked about Kerr’s comments on Saturday, Rivers relayed a message from another coach, whom he declined to name except to say that his team is alive in the postseason.“He said, ‘Last night was my saddest night of the season,’” Rivers said. “And I’m like, ‘What the heck?’ He (said), ‘Because I watch you guys play every game, and it gave me such basketball enjoyment, not only how hard you played but the way you played that everyone knew their role.”“It was just really neat to read, because first of all, he’s busy, and second of all, I don’t know him that well. And third, just the things he said made me feel great when I woke up this morning and read it.”ROOKIE LESSONSImmediately after Friday’s 129-110 loss to the two-time defending NBA champion Golden State Warriors, Clippers rookie Landry Shamet was critical of himself, lamenting the feeling that he “got boxed into a scouting report” without making adjustments to counteract what Golden State expected him to do.Related Articles For Lakers’ LeBron James, Jacob Blake’s shooting is bigger issue than a big Game 4 victory Clippers hope they can play to their capabilities, quell Mavericks’ momentum After a night to process the game and what was, for the rookie, a wild season that began in Philadelphia and ended with L.A., he went a little easier on himself.“If you would’ve told me that I would’ve been starting on a playoff team and we would’ve taken Golden State to six games and my job was gonna be to guard Steph Curry a year ago? I would’ve been like ‘Dude, come on,’” said Shamet, who shot 45% from deep and averaged 10.9 points per game in 25 regular-season games with the Clippers.“It’s just crazy. I’m glad I’m here. It’s an incredible opportunity for me not only this year but I think in the future in the next coming years.”He’ll be better, he said, after having been assigned to guard Curry and Klay Thompson in the playoffs.“Those guys are the best of the best and I’m chasing them around for six games in a row,” Shamet, 22, said. “You’re gonna find things here and there that works … They taught me a lot. So thank you guys.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
Mirza Teletovic talked with the Vice President of the Basketball Association of BiH Sejo Bukva, and they discussed the future of our captain of the National Basketball Team of BiH, as well as the prequalification, and the selector Dusko Vujosevic was informed about all the details.They agreed that Mirza Teletovic will not play prequalification in order to give some space to the younger players.That does not mean that Mirza will leave the National Team of BiH, for which he has been performing for more than 10 years now and which is part of his identity.“I am not leaving the team and I will be available in the future, but after talking to Bukva, we decided that I will not play in pre-qualifications. If the system changes, I will be happy to answer to the new selector, and I think that younger players need the opportunity to show their game in the prequalification because we have the quality to play well against all the opponents. Because of my future and my career, I made the decision to skip prequalification, and I have been thinking about it for a long time,” said Teletovic.I know that there are some who might interpret everything wrong, but everyone who knows me knows how much I love BiH and with how much desire, passion and enthusiasm I wear the jersey of the National Team of BiH.After the end of my career, I will continue to live in the most beautiful country in the world – BiH and no one can take away the fact that I am a proud citizen of this country,” concluded Teletovic.(Source: N1)