John Kadlecik will host the Summer Solstice Jam at Gyspsy Sally’s in Washington, DC from June 21st – 24th. The guitarist, who used to play lead guitar with Bob Weir and Phil Lesh’s Grateful Dead spin-off band Furthur, will join forces with keyboardist Melvin Seals, drummer Jay Lane, bassist Robin Sylvester, and backing vocalists Jessica Lake and Mary Lankford for four shows.In addition to co-founding Furthur with Weir and Lesh, Kadlecik also co-founded popular Grateful Dead tribute act Dark Star Orchestra, though he is no longer a member of the band. These days, he plays with the John Kadlecik Band, the Golden Gate Wingmen, and a variety of other projects.Kadlecik won’t be the only person on stage with connections to the Grateful Dead. Seals, who co-founded The Mix with Kadlecik in 2004, performed with the Jerry Garcia Band for over 15 years and continues to play the group’s music with his Melvin Seals and JGB project. Lane—who is also a member of Golden Gate Wingmen—and Sylvester are both current members of Weir’s post-Dead project RatDog (and Lane was even one of the early drummers for Primus).Tickets for the Summer Solstice Jam are now on sale. Fans can expect to hear plenty of jams and tunes from the Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia catalogs. Each night will feature two sets.In related news, Kadlecik was just added to the lineup for the inaugural Waterloo Festival in Austin, TX. He’ll be performing with Oteil & Friends, a group led by Dead & Company bassist Oteil Burbridge.
EducationLocalNewsSecondary Darroux urges community to respect teachers by: – July 4, 2011 Sharing is caring! Share 25 Views no discussions Parliamentary Representative for the St. Joseph Constituency, Hon. Kelvar Darroux. Photo credit: GIS NewsParliamentary Representative for the St Joseph Constituency Honourable Kelver Darroux is calling for more respect and recognition to be given to the teachers at the Secondary School in his community.Darroux was at the time addressing a graduation ceremony at the St. Joseph Secondary School.He says staff at the St Joseph Secondary School continues to demonstrate at a very high level, the dedication that is needed to properly educate the pupils there.“Sometimes we are quick to chastise our teachers, quick to break them down and criticize them and we do not understand the dedication that they put in day in and day out with our boys and girls,” he said.Dominica Vibes News Share Tweet Share
Robert William Tekulve, age 68, of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, formerly of Batesville, IN, died April 30, 2020 at his home. Born November 28, 1951, in Batesville, IN, he was the son of Robert A. and Edna M. Tekulve. He is survived by his sister Beverly (Ken) Wehr, and brothers Steve (Carol) Spencer, John (Kathy) Tekulve, William (Helen) Tekulve, and sister-in-law Susan Tekulve; also 13 nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother James Tekulve. He grew up in Batesville and was a 1969 graduate of BHS. he was a professional drywaller, and an avid sports and Denver Broncos fan. He lived his dream hunting in the mountains of Colorado, Idaho, and the Canadian and Alaskan Yukon. He was recognized in Boone & Crockett’s and Sierra Club for his world-class trophy elk, antelope, caribou, and Dall sheep, and for outstanding wildlife conservation. He was of the Catholic faith. A celebration of life will be held at a later date.
Australia opener David Warner notched his sixth one-day century, fittingly at Warner Park, to help set up a 36-run win over South Africa on Saturday in the fourth match of the limited-overs tri-series.Warner’s 109 off 120 balls included 11 fours and two sixes to help Australia reach 288-6 off 50 overs.Usman Khawaja supported him well with 59 off 71 balls while captain Steve Smith provided an unbeaten 52 off 49.SOUTH AFRICA COLLAPSE South Africa seemed on target for a successful chase on the back of 60 from opener Hashim Amla and 63 from Faf du Plessis.But pacemen Mitchell Starc (3-43) and Josh Hazlewood (3-52) and leg-spinner Adam Zampa (3-52) combined to take the last seven wickets for just 42 runs, bowling out South Africa for 252 in 47.4 overs.SOLID OPENING STAND Earlier, Australia was given a solid start by Warner after winning the toss. The in-form left-hander shared an opening stand of 48 in 10 overs with Aaron Finch, who contributed just 13.When Finch was bowled sweeping at Imran Tahir, Warner and Khawaja shared an assured second-wicket stand of 136.But from 184-1 in the 36th over, the Aussies lost momentum once Warner pulled Parnell to midwicket and Khawaja top-edged a sweep off Aaron Phangiso.LATE FLOURISH Smith managed to provide a brief flourish towards the end with wicketkeeper Matthew Wade, who hit 24 off 14 balls.Tahir finished with 2-45 off nine overs.South Africa’s innings also started well, with Amla and du Plessis rebuilding in a second-wicket stand of 105 after the early loss of Quntin de Kock, who holed out to deep square leg off Hazlewood.advertisementHAZLEWOOD, STARC SPARK COLLAPSE Hazlewood added the crucial wickets of Amla and captain A.B. de Villiers and Starc removed du Plessis to spark the collapse.Amla, who struck six fours and a six, lofted to extra cover while du Plessis slashed to backward point.J.P. Duminy gave the Proteas some hope with 41 off 39 balls, but there was little support from the long tail.Australia, with nine points, leads the standings in the three-nation tournament ahead of South Africa (five) and West Indies (four).The West Indies play Australia on Monday, again at Basseterre.