Lettuce Announces Special Limited Admission Movie Premiere And Q & A In NYC

first_imgFollowing the exciting announcement of a forthcoming documentary chronicling Lettuce’s explosion on the funk scene, titled Let Us Play, Live for Live Music and Lettuce are thrilled to reveal that we will be hosting a limited admission screening of the film’s premiere, followed by a Q & A with the band, at the stunning Anjelika Theater in NYC. Attendees of this once in a lifetime experience will also receive a digital download of their new album Crush, due out November 6th, as well as a signed limited edition movie poster. The premiere will take place on Tuesday, November 17th at 8 PM, following a massive two-night hometown run at NYC’s PlayStation Theater 11/13-14. Less than 100 tickets are available for the movie premiere here.Directed by Jay Sansone of Human Being Media and produced by Live for Live Music founder Kunj Shah, the 35-minute film merges footage from live sets, recording sessions, interviews, and candid scenes from the road. Filmed over a six-month period, the footage chronicles the mechanics of improvisation and the artistry behind making a funk record. Viewers will get an in-depth diagnosis of the band, who they are as artists, how they work together and use their ridiculous expertise to come up with funk music.WHEN: Tuesday, November 17, 2015 from 8:00 PM to 10:00 PMWHERE: Angelika – 18 West Houston Street New York, NY 10012Purchase tickets here.In the meantime, check out the trailer for Let Us Play below.last_img read more

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Annie Dee Jacobs Sinegal

first_img Burial will follow in Live Oak Cemetery. Employed as certified nurse’s aide at the former Doctor’s Hospital and Park Place Hospital, is where she found her passion for taking care of others.Annie was the founder and owner of “Jacob’s 24 Hour Sitting Service” for 15 years.Preceding her in death are her parents; brothers, Melvin, Elbert, Hilton and Polite Jacobs. Annie Dee Jacobs Sinegal was born September 3, 1941 to the late Abraham and Lucille Bonton Jacobs in Goudeau, LA.She moved to Port Arthur, TX in 1958, where she remained until her death, two days before her 78th birthday.Annie Dee loved traveling to Las Vegas and celebrating her birthday’s with family and friends.center_img She is survived by her children, Albert “Lou” Jacobs (B. Midge), Renda Jacobs, Marjorie Broussard (Joseph), Jackie Antoine (Gilbert), twins Robert and Rhonda Jacobs; sisters, Helen Jones of Cottonport, LA, Jessie Paul and Betty Jacobs Comeaux; brothers Leslie Jacobs of Lake Charles, LA, Marion Jacobs and Harold Jacobs (Betty); 14 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; 2 great-great grandchildren; and a multitude of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.Funeral service will be 11 a.m. Saturday, September 7, 2019 at Thomas Blvd. Church of Christ, 2948 Thomas Blvd., Port Arthur, TX with visitation from 9 a.m. until service time.last_img read more

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UWF Adds Local Product Engleberger

first_imgA strong student who had a 4.0 grade point average at PSC in the fall, Engelberger was a 2-time First Team All-Area performer at Fort Walton Beach High School and participated in the Pensacola Sports Subway High School All Star Game at UWF in 2016. UWF went 30-7 last fall and captured its tenth Gulf South Conference regular-season title and seventh league postseason championship. The Argonauts qualified for the NCAA Tournament for the 12th-consecutive year and advanced to the regional title match for the fourth time in program history. “Zadie is a great addition to our program,” Wolter said. “She is extremely athletic, skilled and will add depth to our team in more than one position. She is also a person of great character that is successful on the court and in the classroom. We are excited about garnering a player of Zadie’s caliber from Coach Laird at Pensacola State College.” Zadie Engleberger bio:2017 (Fr. at Pensacola State): Named to the All-Panhandle Conference Second Team as she appeared in 23 matches for the Pirates and coach Chris Laird … Hit .174 with 1.74 kills per set … Added 18 service aces, 25 blocks and 78 digs (1.2 dps) … In her third career match, put down 14 kills on .458 hitting against Dayton State (9/1/17) … Had season-highs of 15 kills on .481 hitting in a match at Santa Fe College (10/25/17) late in the season … Season-best eight digs to go along with 14 kills in a win over Gulf Coast State (10/18/17).PREP: Four-year starter at Fort Walton Beach HS under coach Ashley Miller … 2-time Northwest Florida Daily News First Team All-Area selection … As a senior, she had 98 kills and 133 digs while battling an injury … Had 16 kills and nine digs in a 4-set win over rival Choctaw as a senior in 2016 … Selected to participate in the Pensacola Sports Subway High School All-Star Volleyball Game … 4-time Viking Scholar and received the Governor’s Award … Also a member of the National Honor Society, Chess Club, Environmentally Conscious Youth and was yearbook editor … Played club for the Fuel with coach John Key … Has also played beach volleyball for the Emerald Coast Volleyball Club.  Print Friendly Version Engleberger, who was a Second Team All-Panhandle Conference selection at Pensacola State College last fall, joins the team for the Spring 2018 semester. PENSACOLA, Fla. – UWF head volleyball coach Melissa Wolter has announced the addition of Zadie Engelberger to the program.last_img read more

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USPS: Santa Mail Won’t Be Stopped After Friday’s Earthquake

first_imgHere are the steps for your child to get a letter back from Santa:Have your child write a letter to Santa and place it in an envelope addressed to: Santa Claus, North Pole.Later, when alone, open the envelope and write a personalized response.Insert the response letter into an envelope and address it to the child.Add the return address: SANTA, NORTH POLE, to the envelope.Affix a First-Class Mail stamp to the envelope, such as one of the new holiday stamps.Place the complete envelope into a larger envelope — preferably a Priority Mail Flat Rate envelope — with appropriate postage and address it to:North Pole PostmarkPostmaster4141 Postmark DriveAnchorage, AK 99530-9998 FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The United States Postal Service has resumed operations across the Anchorage area with all retail and delivery functions back to normal on Monday. USPS wrote in a statement: “And as a comfort to all children around the world, the hundreds of thousands of cards and letters destined to Santa Claus have not had any delay.” The U.S. Postal Service letters from Santa program provides Santa’s personalized response to your child’s letter to Santa.center_img Alaska District Manager Ron Haberman: “No quake can shake our service this time of year.” USPS recommends sending Letters to Santa by December 8 so that they can be received by the Anchorage Postmaster no later than December 15. Santa’s helpers in Anchorage will take care of the rest.last_img read more

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Jamaica advises women to delay pregnancy due to Zika virus

first_imgThe Jamaica government Monday urged woman  to delay getting pregnant for at least the next six to 12 months given the possible link between the mosquito-borne Zika virus and birth defects.The Ministry of Health said women who were already pregnant should take extra precaution to prevent being bitten by mosquitoes as Zika could cause microcephaly, a rare neurological condition in which an infant’s head is significantly smaller than the heads of other children of the same age and sex.The statement by the Ministry of Health followed complaints here as to the delay by the authorities in warning women against pregnancy as has been done in other countries like Brazil where the virus had been detected.Health Minister, Horace Dalley said there is still no absolute proof of the link between the Zika virus and microcephaly.He said based on evidence from Brazil, information from the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) and other technical partners, the Ministry of Health is seeking to prevent any possible adverse outcome to pregnant women.Dalley said the health officials have heightened their alert and are scaling up vector control activities while reminding persons to take the necessary steps to rid their communities of  the aedes aegypti mosquito which transmits the Zika virus.last_img read more

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