first_imgBack in May, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong tore things up at their own festival, Domefest. The funky ensemble from Baltimore treated their flock to some sensational funky grooves, and also took the time out to hang with their beloved fans throughout the great weekend.While the full shows will soon be available on, Pigeons have offered L4LM an exclusive teaser playlist capturing the band’s music from Domefest. Taken from shows on all three nights, May 19-21, the three-track playlist includes their classic tunes “Burning Up My Time” and “Schwanthem,” as well as the brand new debut “Fun In Funk.”Listen to the teaser Domefest playlist below!These guys put the fun in funk, indeed. Don’t miss them on the road this summer!last_img read more

first_imgThe long-time driver won more than 130 features and a regional championship in an IMCA Modified career that began in the 1980s, later finding success in both the sanctioned Stock Car and Southern SportMod classes.  The Bratcher Funeral Home in Denison, Texas, is in charge of arrangements. Winner of IMCA’s 20th anniversary Challenge Race in 1999 and the Texas IMCA Nationals at Royce City the following spring, Gould had also promoted the track at Ardmore and served as a tireless ambassador for the sport.  Much accomplished in his racing career, Ronny Gould celebrated with an impromptu peck for IMCA’s Brett Root following his Modified win at the inaugural Texas IMCA Nationals in 2000. The personable Gould, from Calera, Okla., passed away on Saturday. CALERA, Okla. – The dirt track racing world mourns the loss of one of its most accomplished and certainly most personable and popular drivers with the passing of Ronny Gould. “Ronny always had a smile on his face. He loved his family and he loved racing,” IMCA President Brett Root said. “We send our sympathies to his family and many friends.” Gould, 57, died on Saturday. Funeral services are at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 18 now at Grayson County Speedway in Bells, Texas. last_img read more

first_imgChristian Benteke brushed aside the controversy over his first Liverpool goal to reflect on a satisfactory home debut. “I must admit they were lively and dangerous, played well and had a couple of good chances.” Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe was aggrieved about the result – a second successive 1-0 loss in the top flight – but hoped his players would take plenty of encouragement from their performance. He said: “We know we need points and results – it is a tough league, an unforgiving league. We have seen that already. “But ultimately the performances and the general aspects of our play have been very good. Hopefully the bigger picture is it gives the players confidence they can succeed at this level, we can play our style of football and still be successful. Hopefully there is long-term gain there for us.” Opposite number Brendan Rodgers was impressed by the visitors and their attractive style, and believes they can make a similar impact in the top division to his old side Swansea. Rodgers said: “I think they are an excellent team. “It is very much the same situation as when I arrived at Swansea. After the first five games I think we hadn’t scored a goal and everyone was wondering if could we score and play that type of football to stay up. “In the end we stayed up comfortably and I think Bournemouth will be the same. They have some excellent players and a style of football that will give them an advantage. “These early games are tough, they are learning about the league but I am sure they will do very well and stay up.” That added to the Cherries’ frustrations after having a Tommy Elphick header harshly disallowed for a foul in the opening minutes, but they were no concern of Benteke’s. The former Aston Villa forward said: “It was important for me on my debut at Anfield to score and help the team win. “Now we have six points, we are top of the league and we want to keep going and work hard to stay there. “I’m settled. I am happy and I try to improve myself and be there for my team-mates.” As in their season-opening win at Stoke, Liverpool lacked fluency and were not convincing. They did have a spell of dominance either side of the goal, and captain Jordan Henderson clipped the top of the bar, but Bournemouth fought hard. Conceding the goal set Bournemouth back but they recovered in the second half and went close when the impressive Matt Ritchie smashed a shot against the outside of the post. Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel acknowledged victory was not straightforward. The Slovakian told LFC TV: “The win is all that counts and our three points are important. I am also happy that we kept a clean sheet again. The Reds’ £32million summer signing hit a disputed winner as the Merseysiders snatched a 1-0 victory over Barclays Premier League newcomers Bournemouth at Anfield. Benteke struck from close range after 26 minutes, a goal referee Craig Pawson allowed to stand despite team-mate Philippe Coutinho having appeared to be offside. Press Associationlast_img read more

first_imgThe National Hurricane Center is currently tracking an area of low pressure off of the coast that they believe may develop into our first named storm of the hurricane season.The area is several hundred miles southwest of Bermuda and has a 70% chance of developing over the next two days, which is up from the 60% chance of development that was predicted this morning.At this moment, the area has no defined center of circulation but officials believe it could become more organized to form our first storm of the season Tuesday.If it does develop into a storm, it will be named Andrea.It is not predicted to pose a threat to Florida.Stay connected with us all Hurricane season long by visiting our Storm Central Page!Storm Centrallast_img read more