Today, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band have announced thirteen new dates to round out their ‘Travelin’ Man” outing, which they’re billing as “the final tour” for the band.Last year, Detroit-native rocker and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Bob Seger was forced to suddenly cancel the remainder of his tour after undergoing emergency spinal surgery to repair a ruptured disc in his neck three weeks into the trek. This past May, after some speculation that the surgery may have sidelined him for good, Seger announced several rescheduled dates for later this year and early next year. Today’s newly announced shows are being marketed along with the 13 previously confirmed dates rescheduled from 2017 as “Travelin’ Man – The Final Tour.”Tickets for the newly added shows go on sale Sept. 28th and 29th, with fan club pre-sales on Sept. 25th. See below for a full list of dates on Bob Seger’s final tour (newly added dates in bold). For more information, head to Bob Seger’s website.Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band “Travelin’ Man – The Final Tour” Dates*newly added dates boldedWED, NOV 21 – Van Andel Arena – Grand Rapids, MISAT, NOV 24 – Sprint Center – Kansas City, MOTUE, NOV 27 – Wells Fargo Arena – Des Moines, IAFRI, NOV 30 – Enterprise Center – St. Louis, MOTHU, DEC 06 – Quicken Loans Arena – Cleveland, OHSAT, DEC 08 – KFC Yum! Center – Louisville, KYWED, DEC 12 – Xcel Energy Center – St Paul, MNFRI, DEC 14 – Allstate Arena – Chicago, ILTHU, DEC 20 – Bon Secours Wellness Arena – Greenville, SCSAT, DEC 22 – Infinite Energy Arena – Atlanta, GAJAN 09, 2019 – Huntington Center – Toledo, OHJAN 11, 2019 – Bridgestone Arena – Nashville, TNJAN 15, 2019 – Allen County War Memorial Coliseum – Fort Wayne, INJAN 17, 2019 – KeyBank Center – Buffalo, NYJAN 19, 2019 – Nationwide Arena – Columbus, OHJAN 22, 2019 – Peoria Civic Center – Peoria, ILJAN 29, 2019 – Rimrock Auto Arena – Billings, MTJAN 31, 2019 – Ford Center – Boise, IDFEB 02, 2019 – Moda Center – Portland, ORFEB 09, 2019 – Tacoma Dome – Seattle, WAFEB 15, 2019 – Talking Stick Resort Arena – Phoenix, AZFEB 17, 2019 – Pepsi Center – Denver, COFEB 23, 2019 – The Forum – Los Angeles, CAMAR 07, 2019 – Frank C Erwin Special Events Center – Austin, TXMAR 09, 2019 – Ford Center At The Star – Dallas, TXMAY 02, 2019 – The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – The Woodlands, TXView Upcoming Tour Dates
BERLIN (AP) — Chancellor Angela Merkel says Germany is over the peak of its latest surge in coronavirus cases but she wants to wait for data on the spread of new variants before deciding on lifting lockdown restrictions. In an interview with German broadcaster RTL on Thursday, Merkel said that “the crest of the second wave has been passed.” But the long-time leader urged Germans to “hold out a little longer.” Merkel said she wants to get new data on the prevalence of new variants of the virus before deciding whether to discuss easing restrictions at a meeting with state governors Wednesday. Germany is nearing a death toll of 60,000 in the pandemic,
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Chris IsaakBest known for his 1991 smash hit “Wicked Game” and the video that cemented supermodel Helena Christiansen into the hearts and minds of adolescent boys for all eternity, Chris Isaak is a multi-talented rockabilly crooner and television personality whose understated voice and smooth guitar has been featured in multiple films including True Romance, Blue Velvet and Married to the Mob. This cooler than cool, sexier than sexy musician has a stage presence that drips charisma and a masterful command of his one-of-a-kind Gibson guitar, which has his name inlaid across its body, but it’s that voice that will bring Long Islanders to see him live. NYCB Theatre at Westbury, 960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. venue.thetheatreatwestbury.com $49.50-$99.50. 7:30 p.m. May 5.BushBritish rock group Bush is out to reclaim its fame performing their comeback album The Sea of Memories, their first release in 20 years (its main song “The Sea of Winter” topped charts for 6 weeks). Bush rose to success in the ‘90s selling close to 20 million records in the US and Canada alone, and pumping out 18 consecutive Top 40 Hit Singles on the Modern and Mainstream Rock charts, including “Comedown,” “Glycerine,” “Machinehead,” “Swallowed,” “The Chemicals Between Us” and “The Sound of Winter”. The comeback is not stopping anytime soon, and with a new album in the works, Rolling Stone predicts the continuation of Bush’s “vital viva-la-grunge manifesto.” Opening the show is The Dose. The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. paramountny.com $29.50-$79.50. 8 p.m. May 5.Mick FoleyShowcasing his trademark blend of wildness and warmth while combining the humor WWE fans loved from his books and in-ring “promos” with the intensity of his most famous matches, this event is uproariously funny, simply surreal and surprisingly sensitive. The Brokerage Comedy Club, 2797 Merrick Rd., Bellmore. brokerage.govs.com $17-$32. 8 p.m. May 5.Thompson SquareWith a third album coming out later this year, country duo Keifer and Shawna Thompson are in their prime. After the success of their chart topping hits “Are You Gonna Kiss Me Or Not,” “If I Didn’t Have You” and “Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinking About,” they took time off for some studio collaborations and came back to the tune of over 30 award nominations. Their barefaced, gutsy and emotional sound plus the personal atmosphere they construct with audiences make them concert favorites. The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. paramountny.com $29.50-$74.50. 8 p.m. May 6.David Bromberg QuintetThe Godfather of Americana mixes blues, bluegrass, gospel, folk, Irish fiddle tunes, pop and English drinking songs until they’re happily coexisting as they can only on a Bromberg album. Newcomers will be introduced to an astonishing performer whose range and musical depth have delighted audiences for more than 40 years. The Space at Westbury, 250 Post Ave., Westbury. thespaceatwestbury.com $40-$60. 8 p.m. May 6.Generation AxeCalled a gathering of five “fiercely talented” guitar players, this tour experience incorporates a variety of collaborations between the five players and weaves in various individual hits with a few lesser known gems and on-the-spot riffs thrown in. With legendary guitar players who are enough of a privilege to view on their own, the combination is lethal. This dynamic group includes 3 time Grammy winner Steve Vai (who is also a native Long-Islander), Zakk Wylde (former guitarist for Ozzy Osbourne), Yngwie Malmsteen (famous for his neo classical playing style in heavy metal), Nuno Bettencourt (lead guitarist of Extreme with his own guitar line), and Tosin Abasi (founder of the band Animals As Leaders). NYCB Theatre at Westbury, 960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. venue.thetheatreatwestbury.com $40-$69.50. 8 p.m. May 6.Bike-to-Work Fashion ParadeCar-less Long Island, alternative transportation advocacy organization, invites cyclists to dress up their bikes for this parade that will follow a 6.5-mile loop beginning and ending at Hofstra University. There will be a festival with prizes for the best costumes and bikes at the end of the parade. Hofstra University, Hempstead Tpke., Hempstead. Car-LessLI.org/parade Free. 9 a.m. May 7.Nile RodgersLegendary guitarist, musician and producer Nile Rodgers has worked with the likes of David Bowie, Madonna, Pharrell Williams, Avicii, Lady Gaga and a co-founding member of the band Chic which was one of the most successful groups of the disco era. A Grammy winner, Rodgers’s stamp is on countless hits, including “We Are Family” by Sister Sledge and “Get Lucky” by Daft Punk feat. Pharrell, and plans to share his expertise with a few lucky individuals at a Master Class talking songwriting, guitar playing and the music industry with a Q and A to follow. Suffolk Theater, 118 East Main St., Riverhead. suffolktheater.com $25-$50. 3 p.m. May 7BeartoothFans of fun, wild and hardcore metal and punk will dig Beartooth’s emphasis on catchy choruses and punk evident in their debut EP, Sick alone, which was followed by their first album Disgusting in June 2014. This relatively new band plans to pump out a third album next month. Warming up the crowd will be Stray From The Path, My Ticket Home and Former. The Emporium, 9 Railroad Ave., Patchogue. theemporiumny.com $16. 5 p.m. May 7.ProngThis heavy metal band is a pioneer of the urban metal scene and has been cited by Nine Inch Nails and Demon Hunter as musical inspiration. Known for their brutal hardcore punk sound, Prong has released 8 studio albums, disbanded and reformed, and by now are veterans in their craft. Combining thrash, New York hardcore influences, and industrial overtones, Prong creates a unique sound. Supporting acts include Magus Beast, The Hard Way, Black Dawn and One More Breath. Revolution Bar and Music Hall, 140 Merrick Rd., Amityville. revolutionli.com $17, $20 DOS. 7:30 p.m. May 7.The Fab FauxTake five of the hardest-working musicians in NYC and give them the artistic freedom to explore the Beatles’ musical magic in a way you never imagined possible, and you’ll begin to discover what makes the Fab Faux’s shows so astounding. These guys will be accompanied by the four-piece Hogshead Horns and Crème Tangerine Strings perform studio masterpieces and songs never performed live by the Beatles. They may be the walrus but all you need is love. The Space at Westbury, 250 Post Ave., Westbury. thespaceatwestbury.com $59-$89. 8 p.m. May 7.The WeightOriginal member of beloved American group The Band Jim Weider and member of the second incarnation Randy Ciarlante come together with talented musicians Brian Mitchell, Marty Grebb and Albert Rogers to bring back the timeless music of The Band through their current group, The Weight. Said to bring back memories of Woodstock and the ‘70s, this band puts on a dynamic performance in bringing back legendary music while showcasing their own talent as a group. The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. paramountny.com $20-$49.50. 8 p.m. May 7.The WhispersThe famed R&B band began its legendary career in ‘63, capturing the hearts and minds of music fans across the country while producing timeless romantic hits. They were such a force for years that the band’s self-titled 1980 album went platinum, cementing their place in history among R&B greats. Now they’re back and ready to serenade Long Island with their smooth sounds. With opening act The Manhattans & Regina Belle. NYCB Theatre at Westbury, 960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. venue.thetheatreatwestbury.com $49.50-$99.50. 8 p.m. May 7.The Summer of Love Concert ExperienceThis convert has audiences reliving the memories and celebrating the songs of the Woodstock generation, including the music of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, Jefferson Airplane, The Mamas & the Papas, Creedence Clearwater Revival and more. All arrangements are played live and note-for-note by the highest caliber of musicians, including former Styx member and guitarist Glen Burtnik. The beautiful sounds of the Summer of Love will feature a horn section, rhythm section, back-up vocalists, string section, keyboardists, guitarists and more, supported by the most amazing light show production in Rock and Roll history. Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts, 71 East Main St., Patchogue. patchoguetheatre.org $27-$57. 8 p.m. May 7.Pat Benatar & Neil GiraldoCreating a rocking and intimate atmosphere with entertaining interactions, four time Grammy winner and classically trained singer Pat Benatar and her husband, songwriter, producer, arranger and musician, Neil “Spyder” Giraldo create a unique sound through Giraldo’s innovative vision and Benatar’s incredible voice. The chemistry of Benatar—whose hits include “Hit Me With Your Best Shot”, “Love is a Battlefield,” “We Belong”, and “Invincible” —and multi-instrumentalist Giraldo has captivated music lovers for three decades and still selling out concerts, weaving rock ‘n’ roll, wit and banter together seamlessly. The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. paramountny.com $40-$79.50. 8 p.m. May10.Arlo GuthrieThe folk singer Arlo Guthrie celebrates the 50th anniversary of the little littering infraction that inspired the iconic song, “Alice’s Restaurant Massacre.” The tune has become a Thanksgiving holiday anthem to families across the globe, and it all originates from Guthrie’s experience in Massachusetts on Thanksgiving in ‘65. Landmark on Main Street, 232 Main St., Port Washington. landmarkonmainstreet.org $77-$107. 8 p.m. May 10.Bullet for My ValentineThis Welsh metal band is making a triumphant return to the stage with their fifth record, Venom, which topped charts around the world. With style inspired by Metallica and Guns n’ Roses, mixed with Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan as songwriting inspirations, BFMV is known for feeding off the crowd’s energy and giving concerts their all. Opening the show is Asking Alexandria and Cane Hill. The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. paramountny.com $25-$55. 7:30 p.m. May 11.-Compiled by Ellie Schoeffel and Timothy Bolger
The No. 5 USC women’s golf team struggled through two days of wind, rain and 40-degree temperatures on its way to a 12th place finish at the Wildcat Invitational at the Arizona National Golf Club in Tucson, Ariz.The Women of Troy finished at 50-over-par 618 (308-310), 42 strokes behind No. 3 Arizona State. The finish is their second worst of the year, after the 16th place finish at the UNCW Fall Preview in October.For that tournament, the Women of Troy were missing No. 1 golfer sophomore Jennifer Song and lost senior Belen Mozo in the final round to injury. This week, the team had its lineup at full strength but struggled in conditions so poor the tournament was forced to cancel the second round of play.The break in action and the poor conditions wreaked havoc on scores across the board, as Arizona State’s winning combined score was an 8-over-par 576. Second place and host team Arizona recorded two rounds of 10-over-par to finish 12 strokes back of the Sun Devils at its own event.Not even the No. 2 team in the nation, the Auburn Tigers, could handle the conditions, finishing a combined 37-over-par.Mozo finished as the team’s low scorer for the week at eight-over-par 150 (77-73). Mozo, seeking her team-record fourth All-American award this year, balanced her four bogeys with two birdies to have the lowest round of the tournament for any of the Women of Troy. Mozo finished tied for 22nd, 16 places up from her finish in the first round.Song had her worst finish of the season with a tie for 40th at 12-over-par 154 (74-80). Her final round, which was marred by three double bogeys, is the first time Song has not scored below 80 in her USC career.Junior Lizette Salas, seeking a third All-American award this season, finished tied for 53rd at 15-over-par 157 (79-78). Two birdies in the final round were not enough to overcome five bogeys and two double bogeys. Salas shot three over par on the last three holes in the final round.Senior Caroline Kim (79-79) and sophomore Inah Park (78-80) tied for 57th at 16-over-par 158. Kim finished her final round with three double bogeys, three bogeys and a birdie, while Park had two double bogeys, five bogeys and a birdie. Freshman Cyna Rodriguez entered as an individual and tied for 86th at 25-over-par 167 (84-83).The Women of Troy have six days to regroup before competing at the Bruin-Wave Invitational at the Robinson Ranch Golf Club in Canyon Country, Calif., from March 1-3.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh made headlines earlier this week by suggesting Jackson might run the ball more than 139 times in 2019, but Jackson countered that notion Thursday on “The Rich Eisen Show.”“Absolutely. I put on weight,” Jackson said (via ESPN.com) when asked if he could replicate the last season’s rushing production. “But I don’t think I’ll be running as much as I did last year. There were a lot of (run-pass options) and a lot of sudden changes in last year’s game. This will be totally different.” Related News Andrew Luck injury update: Colts QB (calf) remains off field but is ‘getting some work’ Jackson declined to go into detail about Baltimore’s new-and-improved offensive approach though.“I can’t talk about it,” Jackson said. “Each and every day we’re looking better and better in what we’re doing, whether it’s RPO, running the ball with our backs, or the pass game, it’s all looking incredible right now. But you’re going to have to see when it’s game time. Practice is going to be practice; games are going to be games.”Should we “take the over” on @Lj_era8 rushing attempts this #NFL season, like John Harbaugh suggested?The @Ravens QB wasn’t exactly giving away the game plan: pic.twitter.com/r0TZnV6uAH— Rich Eisen Show (@RichEisenShow) August 1, 2019Jackson has completed 99 of his 170 career NFL passing attempts for 1,201 yards and six touchdowns with three interceptions. It’s safe to say that the Ravens will try to even things out and monitor the volume of his rushes moving forward, as he was among the league leaders in fumbles (12) in 2018. He fumbled in nine games last season.”I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised that Lamar is not going to be running 20 times a game,” Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti said in May. “That’s not what this offense is about.” It appears Baltimore could have some serious changes on the way offensively, according second-year quarterback Lamar Jackson.Jackson, 22, set a single-season NFL record for quarterback rushing attempts last year, with 147. He reached that mark despite starting only seven games as a rookie (though he played in all 16). Broncos’ Drew Lock calls debut against Falcons a ‘learning game’ Baltmiore traded Joe Flacco to the Broncos to make room for Jackson to shine and added Mark Ingram to the backfield this offseason. It also signed star safety Earl Thomas to a four-year deal to bolster its defense.Jackson adding a new dimension to his game could help the Ravens win the AFC North for a second consecutive season and push them deeper into the playoffs. They were eliminated by the Chargers in the first round last postseason.
Charlene BoehmCharlene Boehm, 84, of Wellington, passed from this world into her Saviors arms on February 12, 2013 at Sumner Regional Medical Center.Funeral services will be held at 2:00 P.M., Friday, February 15, 2013 at the First Baptist Church in Nash. Burial will be in the New Home Cemetery. Visitation will be held Thursday from 9:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. at the Hawks.-Shelley Funeral Home in Wellington. To honor her memory memorials may be made to the Golden Living Center in Wellington or the First Baptist Church of Nash, Okla. For further information or to send a condolence please visit www.hawks.funeralhome.com.Charlene was born on August 25, 1928, 3 Â½ miles east of Jet to Charles and Lila Jett Trimble. She was the oldest of four children. On January 31, 1947 she was united in marriage with Delbert Boehm in Anthony. They lived most of their married life on a farm south of Nash, Okla.. Charlene was a very caring and loving wife, mother and grandmother. The last six years of her life she spent in Wellington. She stayed with her daughter and her husband for two years and spent the remaining four in Golden Living Center in Wellington. This was due to a stroke and dementia. Charlene was a member of the First Baptist Church in Nash. Those remaining to share her legacy, are her brother, Gerald Trimble of San Diego, CA., son Delbert Boehm Jr. and wife Teri of Jet, Okla., daughter Peggy Lawrence and her husband Richard of Wellington, step daughter Jackie Jeanine Durante of Medford, Okla.. Grandchildren, Candi Bonine of Cushing, Okla., Cara Martin and husband Chester of Enid, Okla., Gage Boehm of Jet, Okla., Brady Lawrence and wife Stephanie and Clinton Lawrence and wife Sarah of Wellington, step granddaughter, Wailani Gjertsen and husband Paul and family of Chicago, Illinois, and step grandson, Terry Twedell and wife Lisa of Burleson, Texas, four great granddaughters and 6 great grandsons and good friend Jeep Rutherford. Charlene was very proud of her heritage. Her grandfather Henry Jettsâ€™ family founded the town of Jet. She spent many summers as a child with grandpa and grandma â€œMattieâ€ Jett. Charlene is preceded in death by her parents, husband, two year old brother, Jimmy Ray Trimble, sister and brother-in-law, Jo and Max Yoder, and good friends D D and Virginia Skaggs.
Bolin expects that the need for housing and the need for people moving to Fort St. John will continue to rise within the coming months and year ahead. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Real Estate market has recently seen an increase in housing sale prices.According to RE/MAX Action Realty Owner, Trevor Bolin, the Northern B.C. Real Estate Board reports that Fort St. John saw the average house price increase by $20,000 as of the end of May in comparison to 2018 Year-to-Date sale prices.“We got our stats for ending of May and the average prices are up to $20,000 which is, in the Fort St. John market, a pretty big story.”- Advertisement -Bolin says the rise in the local economy, with more natural resource projects on the way, is a contributing factor to the recent jump in real estate prices, adding that it is a big win for Northeastern B.C.“It’s a big win for us, and as Canada LNG goes forward and pipelines are happening, it’s a big win for Fort St. John and a big win for Northeastern B.C.”According to Bolin, the average sale price for a single family dwelling in Fort St. John, as of the end of May, is $373,655, adding that May ended up being an extremely strong month, more so than the average of the entire year.Advertisement