Striking Photos Capture The Magic Of Jazz Fest Collaborations

first_imgLoad remaining images What happens after-hours during New Orleans Jazz Fest is truly on another level musically. At any given time around the city you can find some of your favorite musicians, collaborating with your other favorite musicians, collaborating with THEIR favorite musicians! Ah, the beauty of Jazz Fest.L4LM Exclusive: Kick Off Jazzfest With Funky George Porter Jr. Video InterviewPhotographer Sam Shinault captured some magic at this year’s Fiya Powa show at the Maison on Thursday, 4/30 (technically Friday AM). When George Porter Jr., Ivan Neville, Karl Denson, Stanton Moore, Tony Hall, Roosevelt Collier, Ian Neville, Jennifer Hartswick and Big Sam get together from approximately 2 AM till past sunrise, there’s no telling what will go down! (Full gallery at the bottom.)last_img read more

State Police Launch Sobriety Checkpoints And Saturation Patrols In Counties Across New Mexico Throughout March

first_imgNMSP will conduct sobriety checkpoints, saturation patrols and registration, insurance and driver’s license checkpoints throughout March in all New Mexico counties. Courtesy photoNMSP News:State Police will be conducting sobriety checkpoints, saturation patrols and registration, insurance and driver’s license checkpoints in all New Mexico counties during the month of March.NMSP is bringing awareness to these events in an effort to reduce alcohol related fatalities through continued media attention and intensive advertising.These checkpoints are helping to change society’s attitude about drinking and driving.Hundreds of lives could be saved each year if every driver had the courage to make the right decision not to drink and drive.last_img

Real Madrid suffers set back ahead of PSG clash‎ over kroos’s injury

first_imgReal Madrid on Friday confirmed that midfielder, Toni Kroos faces a spell on the sidelines after he picked up a knee injury.The Los Blancos did not say how long the German international would be out .However, they will hope to have him back in time for the second leg of the Champions League last-16 tie away to Paris Saint-Germain on March 6.Real said in a statement on their website: “Following tests carried out on Toni Kroos…he has been diagnosed with a sprain to the exterior lateral ligament in the left knee. His recovery will continue to be assessed.”Kroos played the entire 90 minutes of Wednesday’s first leg at the Santiago Bernabeu, which Zinedine Zidane’s side won 3-1, although it was reported that he picked up the injury in that game in a challenge with PSG’s Kylian Mbappe.The 28-year-old will miss Sunday’s LaLiga game away at Betis, with midfielder, Mateo Kovacic a contender to take his place in the team.Real are currently on fourth position in the LaLiga standings with 42 points after 22 games.last_img read more

Law confident of securing Olympic spot despite Tokyo Games postponement

first_img(Reuters) – Four years after being inspired by watching compatriot Justin Rose claim gold at the Rio Olympics, Bronte Law had all but secured a spot on the British golf team before the 2020 Tokyo Games were postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. With the Olympic qualifying period likely to be extended for another year, Law remains confident of maintaining her strong form to secure her ticket to Tokyo.She flew back from her American base to her family home in Cheshire just before Britain went into lockdown earlier this week to slow the spread of the coronavirus.With the LPGA Tour shut down indefinitely, Law, who won the 2015 English amateur by 16 strokes, will have plenty of time to ponder the Olympics. “It’s been something on my mind for a couple of years now,” she told Reuters in a telephone interview.“(During the 2016 Rio Games) I was still in college. To see (Rose win) made it very real as far as golf now being an Olympic sport.“You can win grand slams in tennis and majors in golf, and all of those are incredible achievements but when you become a gold medal winner you become part of a very select group of incredible athletes that branch across all sports.” Law is 18th on the Olympic qualifying list, the second-placed Briton, immediately behind Charley Hull and well ahead of 39th-ranked Georgia Hall.Two British women will qualify.“(The delay) is obviously very disappointing,” said Law. “I really set my sights on Tokyo and have been playing well, and hope to continue to do that, so I’m not so concerned about making sure I make the team.”Whenever the LPGA Tour resumes, the 25-year-old Law will be ready rather than rusty.“We have a nice place with plenty of room and land and I figured I would be at least able to practice and have a gym at home here,” she said. “We have land attached to the garden where I can hit a range of iron shots, not too many drivers but I’m planning on putting up a net. I don’t have it too badly here.”Though Law is rarely venturing out because of the lockdown, her parents have been busy supplying packaging to food manufacturers.“My parents are working non-stop and it’s just me and my sister at my house,” Law said. “We’re trying to do our best to not leave the house at all.”That will soon change, however, as Law has signed up to deliver groceries to those most in need, including health workers who are working long hours due to the pandemic. “It’s an unknown time for a lot of us but a time we can give back in a way we’re not always able to, having such busy schedules,” she said.last_img read more