Though the Dave Matthews Band is on a hiatus, their two leading men Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds are anything but. The two have made regular appearances at benefit performances in the latter half of 2016, and will continue that trend this Sunday, November 27th with a Stand With Standing Rock benefit concert that will feature Neko Case, Graham Nash, Ledisi, and Lakota Thunder, as well as Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds.Set to take place in Washington D.C. at the DAR Constitution Hall, organizers have teamed with Ben & Jerry’s to provide a full length live stream of the event. Though the stream is free, fans are encouraged to donate to the Stand With Standing Rock cause. You can find more information about this event here, and tune in via the YouTube player embedded below.We’ll be sure to share this again on Sunday, so you don’t forget!
Laurel, In. — An Oldenburg man was injured in a Thursday crash in Franklin County.Franklin County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a single car accident on Bullfork Road near Davison Road at 3:49 p.m. At the scene, Zachary Roberts, 22, told police he swerved to avoid hitting a person when he left the roadway and struck an embankment.Roberts was transported to Margaret Mary Health for treatment. There is no other information about the pedestrian.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, (CMC) – Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board(TTCB) president, Azim Bassarath, has made clear his displeasure at a stand at the Brian Lara Stadium being named after Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar.Speaking on the contentious issue this week, Bassarath contended there were a host of outstanding former West Indies players from Trinidad and Tobago who were more deserving of the honour.“Why not name a stand after Deryck Murray and I call Deryck Murray’s name first,” the outspoken administrator said.“Why couldn’t we name a stand after Ian Bishop, Gus Logie, Raphick Jumadeen, Larry Gomes – we have a number of people [like] Sonny Ramadhin who had lived just a stone’s throw away from the stadium.“They are great Trinidadians who have made significant contributions to West Indies and Trinidad and Tobago cricket.”It emerged earlier this week that the North West Stand at the Stadium would be named after the Indian icon, who holds the record for the most career runs in Tests with 15 921 from a record 200 matches.He and Lara were contemporaries and are often regarded as the two finest batsmen of the modern era.Chairman of the Sports Company of T&T, Michael Phillips, said the decision to name the stand after Tendulkar, had been on Lara’s advice.Bassarath also took issue with the appointment of a board to run the stadium, stressing the TTCB had been kept out of that decision.“I wasn’t aware that a board being appointed and the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board was not consulted and was never consulted with respect to the naming of a board to run the stadium.”
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