Following a successful Tumble Down, with a surprise appearance from United States Senator and 2016 presidential candidate, Bernie Sanders, Vermont jammers Twiddle has announced a new pair of New Year’s Eve shows set to take place on Sunday, December, 30th, and Monday, December, 31st, starting at the Paradise Rock Club, and moving to the House of Blues Boston.As the announcement notes, a very limited number of VIP two-day tickets including sound check viewing and meet and greet for the Paradise Rock Club show on 12/30, early-entry for NYE, VIP-exclusive viewing area on NYE, VIP laminate, commemorative pin, and a signed poster, are available for the two-night run now on the ticketing website. Tickets for the shows go on sale to the public on Friday, August 10th, at 10 a.m. (ET). The band makes a special note that only people that have bought a ticket to the NYE show will be emailed a password to purchase tickets to the Paradise Rock Club show on Friday, August, 10th.The newly announced NYE comes on the heels of a heavy fall tour on the road for Twiddle. The four-piece recently announced a Halloween run at the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C., that falls between Twiddle’s two previously announced late-2018 tours. This includes the band’s own headlining fall tour, which spans from the end of August through the beginning of October, and Twiddle’s stretch of dates supporting SOJA, which will take them down the West Coast and into the South throughout the month of November.For a full list of Twiddle’s upcoming tour dates, or for more information, head to the band’s website.
The study began a few years ago when Karen Hussar, Ed.M.’06, Ed.D.’07, then a doctoral student, became interested in children who chose to become vegetarians at a young age (6-10) despite being raised in meat-eating families. To what extent, she wondered, was this decision based on morals, not health?In September, Professor Paul Harris, Hussar’s adviser and project collaborator, presented Hussar’s ongoing research at a discussion sponsored by the Ed School’s Civic and Moral Education Initiative. Harris explained that Hussar studied these “independent vegetarian” children, as she called them, as well as “family vegetarians” — children who grew up in vegetarian families — and a third group who, Harris said, “ate and enjoyed meat.”The initial question they explored was how these children view meat eating and why they might not eat meat. The independent vegetarians overwhelmingly cited animal rights as a top reason for not eating meat, while family vegetarians split the reasons between animal rights, family influence, and religion. Meat eaters said health and taste were top reasons for not eating certain meats.“This first study was simple yet provocative,” said Harris, “with the independent vegetarians giving genuine moral reasons: the suffering and death that meat eating entails. They empathize with the pain and distress.”Read more about the study: Read Full Story
Les Miserables The Great White Way’s new Prisoner 24601 has been named! Alfie Boe is heading back to Broadway to star as Jean Valjean in the revival of Les Miserables on September 1. As previously reported, Ramin Karimloo will give his final performance in the role on August 30.Boe made his Broadway debut as Rodolfo in Baz Luhrmann’s La Boheme, for which he and his co-stars received a special Tony Award in 2003 for their performances. He played the role of Valjean in the 25th Anniversary Concert at London’s O2 Arena in October, 2010 and went on to lead the original West End production of the show. A successful recording artist in the U.K., his latest solo album Serenata was released last November. In July, Boe will co-star with Pete Townsend in his Classic Quadrophenia at London’s Royal Albert Hall. His live opera appearances include The Pearl Fishers at the English National Opera and Romeo ET Juliette at the Royal Opera House. Boe was recently seen on screen in Mr. Selfridge.Directed by James Powell and Laurence Connor, the newly reimagined production of Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil’s tuner is playing at the Imperial Theatre. The current cast also includes Earl Carpenter as Javert, Samantha Hill as Cosette, Chris McCarrell as Marius, Wallace Smith as Enjolras, Erika Henningsen as Fantine, Brennyn Lark as Eponine, Gavin Lee as Thenardier and Rachel Izen as Madame Thenardier. Boe will not perform in Les Miserables October 27 through November 1 due to prior commitments.Check out Boe performing as Valjean below. Show Closed This production ended its run on Sept. 4, 2016 View Comments Related Shows
MADRID: Sevilla closed in on Champions League qualification by beating struggling Real Mallorca 2-0 at home to open up a nine-point gap in the race for fourth spot in La Liga. Lucas Ocampos opened the scoring with a first-half penalty while Youssef En Nesyri sealed the victory late on, latching on to a long punt from goalkeeper Bono and barging past a defender to lift the ball over Mallorca keeper Manolo Reina. Sevilla have 66 points after 36 games and will clinch their return to Europe’s premier competition after a two-year absence if Villarreal, who have 57, fail to beat Real Sociedad on Monday. Mallorca are 19th on 32 and will need to earn at least four points in their final two games if they are to stand a chance of staying in the top-flight, as they trail 17th-placed Alaves by three points and have an inferior head-to-head record. The result also meant Eibar sealed their top-flight status after beating relegated Espanyol 2-0 away from home earlier on, while 14th-placed Real Valladolid are now also safe on 39 points. They were beaten 1-0 by Barcelona on Saturday. Edu Exposito scored both goals to earn Eibar their first win in four matches which took them to 15th in the standings on 39 points, seven above the relegation zone. Elsewhere, Leganes lived to fight another day in La Liga, riding their luck in a 1-0 win at home to Valencia after playing most of the second half with 10 men and seeing their opponents squander a penalty. Midfielder Ruben Perez put the Madrid minnows in front in the 18th minute from the penalty spot, scoring his first goal since 2013. But his side suffered a setback when Jonathan Silva was shown a straight red card in the 54th. Valencia earned a penalty soon after following a handball by Leganes’ Rodrigo Tarin, but captain Dani Parejo’s spot-kick was beaten away by goalkeeper Ivan Cuellar and Leganes somehow clung on to record a first home victory since February. Defeat would have condemned Leganes to relegation, while the win saw them instead move up to 18th place in the standings on 32 points with two games remaining, three points behind 17th-placed Alaves who have a game in hand. Valencia are ninth on 50 points. Also on Sunday, Athletic Bilbao won 2-1 away to Levante thanks to two goals from Raul Garcia to move into seventh place, the final Europa League berth, on 51 points. Agencies Also Watch: High Court Rejects BPF Plea Against Governor’s Ruled In BTAD
Elon Musk just as recently as a few days ago noted that buyers who opted for the full self driving option would be receiving hardware updates. This naturally led many to believe that the previously alluded to new custom chip might be on the way soon.Last month, about 100 employees also began testing the fully autonomous option.It is possible this was done because the autonomous option continues to be behind schedule by Musk’s own previous admission.However, considering the timing of this previous announcement, the removal of the Model 3 Full Self Driving option might mean that the new hardware change could happen soon.Source: Reddit Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on October 19, 2018Categories Electric Vehicle News Model 3 FSD option is off the menu for “causing too much confusion”Previously, buyers of the Tesla Model 3 could buy in to a future full self driving option. Reddit users spotted it earlier today after the launch of the new mid-range Model 3.Now Elon Musk has addressed the issue. It seems that the option is “off menu” for the next week or so. Then will be going away for the time being.Also available off menu for a week. Was causing too much confusion.— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 18, 2018 Source: Electric Vehicle News