In continuation of their 5th anniversary celebration, Terrapin Crossroads hosted Scott Law & Ross James’ Cosmic Twang for the Wednesday night show. Unfortunately venue founder and Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh fell sick with a cold, but recruited Widespread Panic’s Dave Schools to fill in on bass for the entire show.Scott Law & Ross James’ Cosmic Twang were also joined by keyboardist Jason Crosby, vocalist Nicki Bluhm, Cass McCombs, Barry Sless, and drummers Mark Levy and Alex Koford throughout the evening. Thanks to YouTube User MarkoVision Films, you can watch both guest-filled sets below. Setlist: Scott Law & Ross James’ Cosmic Twang | Terrapin Crossroads | San Rafael, CA | 3/8/17:Set I: Sittin’ on Top of the World (SL), Luxury Liner (NB), West L.A. Fadeaway (RJ, NB, AK), Million Dollar Bash (CM), Across the Great Divide (CM, NB), I Don’t Know You (SL, NB), Big Railroad Blues (RJ), Light Up or Leave Me Alone (AK) > New Speedway Boogie (AK) > The Other One (SL) > New Speedway Boogie (AK) > Light Up or Leave Me Alone (One Way or Another) > Light Up or Leave Me Alone (AK)Set II: China Cat Sunflower > (SL, CM) Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds > (CM) Help on the Way > (SL) Slipknot! > Franklin’s Tower (SL, JC, RJ, CM, NB), Get It While You Can (SL, NB), The Stranger (Two Souls in Communion) (CM), Grievous Angel (SL, NB)E: Sin City (SL, NB)[via JamBase][cover photo via Instagram User @stuartlevinephotography]
The Greensburg Police Department received a tip from the community that resulted in police finding an active meth lab.On Saturday evening, police received information regarding an alleged methampetamine manufacturing operation on West Fourth Street in Greensburg.When law enforcement arrived, officers observed a white cloud of smoke/gas coming from the residence. Police say that the odor is associated with manufacturing methamphetamines.According to the police report, there was also a plastic bottle containing an active “one pot” meth lab.Certified personnel from the Greensburg Police Department and the Indiana State Police Meth Suppression team worked to dismantle the active lab that was on the porch.Three people were arrested following the discovery. Daniel Kiehn and Whitney Bunting are facing charges for allegedly manufacturing methampehetamines.Bunting was also charged with resisting law enforcement and possession of a syringe.Chay Lecher was arrested for disorderly conduct and visiting a common nuisance.Greensburg Police would like to thank the citizens of the city for their tips, information and input. Anonymous tips can be left at (812) 66 Crime.
The University of Wisconsin football team will take on the Miami Hurricanes in New York City for the Pinstripe Bowl Dec. 27. The game will be an unexpected rematch of last year’s Orange Bowl where the Badgers.Each of these programs had a similar path to this bowl game. Both had high expectations with top 10 preseason rankings and both disappointed significantly earning only seven wins on the season.Junior Alex Hornibrook will start the game for Wisconsin after having what was perhaps the worst performance of his career to end the regular season against Minnesota. Hornibrook went 22-33 with 187 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions in the 37–15 loss to the Golden Gophers — Wisconsin’s first loss against Minnesota in 15 years.Men’s basketball: Wisconsin faces Savannah State Thursday following overtime loss to MarquetteThe University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team will be back on the hardwood this Thursday as they take on the Read…Miami’s quarterback situation hasn’t been phenomenal either. A month into the season freshman N’Kosi Perry took senior Malik Rosier’s starting job. Perry was a four-star prospect coming into college and Miami head coach Mark Richt had high expectations for the quarterback coming into the season, but the results haven’t shown yet.On the year, Perry has 13 touchdowns and five interceptions while completing 52 percent of his passes. In his final game, Perry was almost non-existent in Miami’s 24–3 win over Pittsburgh, going 6-24 with 52 passing yards and zero touchdowns.Without significant production from the quarterback position, both teams have had to rely heavily on their run games.Lost in disappointing year for Badger football, Jonathan Taylor ready to finish historic seasonIf I told you before the season began that Jonathan Taylor would be entering the Badgers’ bowl game with 1,989 Read…For the Badgers, star back Jonathan Taylor is currently at 1989 yards and 15 touchdowns. Taylor’s season is already the fourth-best yardage wise among Wisconsin backs behind Ron Dayne’s 1996 season and 1999 season as well as Melvin Gordon’s 2014 season. But the sophomore could pass Dayne with a performance greater than 120 yards.Miami’s run game was led by Travis Homer and Deejay Dallas. Homer was the lead back with 969 yards and four touchdowns while Dallas complimented him with 609 yards and four scores.The game will take place Dec. 27 at 4:15 p.m. from Yankee Stadium with live coverage available on ESPN.
Red Hat and Microsoft announced at the conference that Azure Red Hat OpenShift — a joint Kubernetes solution running in the Microsoft Azure public cloud. The partnership will allow IT organizations to use Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform on-premises and to bring Azure services to those workloads.The service is backed by Red Hat’s expertise in open source and MIcrosoft’s cloud strengths, the companies said. Together, OpenShift and Azure give organizations a way to bring containerized applications into existing workloads, and then manage and orchestrate those workloads in hybrid environments.“Hybrid cloud provides a clear vision into the future of enterprise computing, where public cloud services, virtualization, Linux containers and bare-metal servers are simply different components of one technology stack,” Paul Cormier, president of products and technologies at Red Hat, said in a statement. “Azure Red Hat OpenShift provides a consistent Kubernetes foundation for enterprises to realize the benefits of hybrid cloud computing, enabling IT leaders to innovate with the backing of industry leaders in Red Hat and Microsoft.”