Disco Biscuits Announce Four-Night Bisco Inferno Run, One Night At Red Rocks With Shpongle

first_imgThe Disco Biscuits are bringing back Bisco Inferno with a newly announced Red Rocks date for 2017. The Biscuits will be joined by Shpongle (Simon Posford live) on June 3rd, as well as by other acts yet to be announced, for their return to the legendary venue. As a lead-up to Bisco Inferno, the Disco Biscuits will be hitting the Ogden Theatre in Denver for three intimate nights falling on May 31st, June 1st, and June 2nd.Four-day passes go on sale tomorrow, January 24th, at 10 AM (MST) via BiscoTix Fanclub, which can be found here. Single tickets for the Red Rocks show will drop Friday at 10 AM (MST).last_img

Former Dolphins Player Arrested During Breonna Taylor Protest

first_imgA suspected drug dealer who police arrested on a separate warrant that same night was the target of the raid.Her killing sparked nationwide protests, in addition to a bill calling for the statewide ban of the controversial no-knock warrants.Officers reportedly used a battering ram to get through the door of her home.Reports say that Stills had a Wednesday morning court appearance on a felony charge of intimidating a participant in the legal process and a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct and criminal trespass.He is considered one of the NFL’s outspoken advocates for social equality, inclusion, and mental health. Police in Louisville, Ky., arrested former Miami Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills during a protest this week for Breonna Taylor, according to reports.Stills played four seasons with the Dolphins, before being traded to the Houston Texans before the 2019 season.The 28-year-old receiver and 86 others were taken into custody late Tuesday on felony charges for the protest.They reportedly marched to the home of Daniel Cameron, the Kentucky Attorney General, where they demanded action against the officers who killed Taylor earlier this year.Taylor was fatally shot eight times by officers on March 13, as officers were serving a warrant at her home.“Good trouble” with my brothers and sisters- organized by @untilfreedom.Arrested for peacefully protesting. While Breonnas Taylor’s murderers are still out on the street.#ArrestTheCops #JusticeForBreonna#BlackLivesMatter pic.twitter.com/GmJUjl7Ezv— Kenny Stills (@KSTiLLS) July 15, 2020last_img read more

‘Never stopped believing’: Rafael Nadal

first_imgLONDON: After two consecutive losses in 2006 and 2007 to Roger Federer in the final of the Wimbledon, Rafael Nadal finally managed to beat his arch rival in 2008 in a match that is regarded as one of the greatest of all time in the history of the sport.”Wimbledon for everybody is special. When I was a kid most of the time I saw Sampras winning. For me, it was a personal goal,” Nadal told the BBC. “Well, I think 2006 I went to that final without believing in victory. 2007 was a completely different story. I felt ready to compete and I was there. I lost the 5th and I had my chances. In 2008 I was playing great. I came into the final with the feeling that I was not the favorite but I was ready to win. And I never stopped believing in victory. I had some tough moments, especially in the fourth set.” In a match that lasted four hours and 48 minutes, Nadal beat Federer 6–4, 6–4, 6–7(5–7), 6–7(8–10), 9–7. “Of course, I was very nervous. I think everybody was nervous. The only thing that stays on my mind is I feel myself falling down and just screaming,” he said The Spaniard would then go on to win the Wimbledon once again in 2010 and since then, his best finish at the grass court Grand Slam has been runner up in 2011. In the last two editions, he finished in the semi-finals, losing to Novak Djokovic in 2018 and Federer in 2019. IANSAlso Watch: The Mores: Lets Talk Lifestyle & Fashionlast_img read more