Waters shared the new music clip via his Instagram page: In an interview with Rolling Stone a few months back, Waters discussed the story behind the album:“So I wrote this whole thing – part magic carpet ride, part political rant, part anguish. I played this to Nigel, and he goes, “Oh, I like that little bit” – about two minutes long – “and that bit.” And so we’ve been working. I’ve also been falling in love, deeply in love. So the record is really about love – which is what all of my records have been about, in fact. It’s pondering not just why we are killing the children. It’s also the question of how do we take these moments of love – if we are granted any in our lives – and allow that love to shine on the rest of existence, on others.”This in-studio photo was also posted to Waters’ Facebook page:Roger Waters Us And Them 2017 Tour DatesMay 26, Kansas City, MO Sprint CenterMay 28, Louisville, KY KFC Yum! CenterMay 30, St. Louis, MO Scottrade CenterJune 1, Tulsa, OK BOK CenterJune 3, Denver, CO Pepsi CenterJune 7, San Jose, CA SAP Center at San JoseJune 12, Sacramento, CA Golden 1 CenterJune 14, Phoenix, AZ Gila River ArenaJune 16, Las Vegas, NV T-Mobile ArenaJune 20, Los Angeles, CA STAPLES CenterJune 21, Los Angeles, CA STAPLES CenterJune 24, Seattle, WA Tacoma DomeJuly 3, Dallas, TX American Airlines CenterTBD San Antonio, TX AT&T CenterJuly 6, Houston, TX Toyota CenterJuly 11, Tampa, FL Amalie ArenaJuly 13, Miami, FL American Airlines ArenaJuly 16, Atlanta, GA Infinite Energy CenterJuly 18, Greensboro, NC Greensboro ColiseumJuly 20, Columbus, OH Nationwide ArenaJuly 22, Chicago, IL United CenterJuly 23, Chicago, IL United CenterJuly 26, St. Paul, MN Xcel Energy CenterAugust 2, Detroit, MI The Palace of Auburn HillsAugust 4, Washington, DC Verizon CenterAugust 8, Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo CenterAugust 9, Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo CenterSept. 7, Newark, NJ Prudential CenterSept. 11, Brooklyn, NY Barclays CenterSept. 12, Brooklyn, NY Barclays CenterSept. 15, Uniondale, NY Nassau ColiseumSept. 19, Pittsburgh, PA PPG Paints ArenaSept. 27, Boston, MA TD GardenSept. 28, Boston, MA TD GardenOct. 2, Toronto, ON Air Canada CentreOct. 3, Toronto, ON Air Canada CentreOct. 6, Quebec City, QC Videotron CentreOct. 10, Ottawa, ON Canadian Tire CentreOct. 16, Montreal, QC Bell CentreTBD Winnipeg, MB MTS CentreOct. 24, Edmonton, AB Rogers PlaceOct. 28, Vancouver, BC Rogers Arena[H/T Jambase] As Roger Waters prepares for his upcoming Us And Them Tour North American tour, which is set to begin in May, the former Pink Floyd bassist shared an update from the studio. Recently confirming that he is working on a new album with Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich, the upcoming project comes 25 years after his 1992 solo debut album Amused To Death. This newly-posted clip features a song from the highly anticipated new project, and it’s sounding pretty awesome so far.
Gwyneth Paltrow(Photo: Bruce Glikas) Head Over Heels View Comments From Goop to Broadway producer? Gwyneth Paltrow is backing Head Over Heels, a musical featuring the songs of 1980s girl group The Go-Go’s. According to the New York Post, she was one of the producers behind a recent industry reading of the show, which was directed by Tony winner Michael Mayer (Spring Awakening).With a book by Jeff Whitty (Avenue Q), music and lyrics by the Go-Go’s and direction by Ed Sylvanus Iskandar, the tuner made its world premiere this past summer at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.Inspired by Sir Philip Sidney’s 16th-century pastoral romance, Arcadia, the new musical is an Elizabethan love story turned on its head (familiar material to Paltrow). A duke. A mysterious prophecy. Two daughters: one mobbed by suitors, the other…not so much. And all set to the beat of 1980s pop icons the Go-Go’s.Originally fronted by Belinda Carlisle, The Go-Go’s were the first and only all-female band that both wrote their own songs and played their own instruments to top the Billboard album charts. Hits included “Our Lips Are Sealed,” “We Got the Beat,” “How Much More” and “Head Over Heels,” below. Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 6, 2019
Sometimes after we’ve worked at a company for a significant time period, we begin to get more confident in what we think our superior wants from us. We’ve taken notes and put careful thought into what we think will make us the perfect employee. The truth is, what you view as perfection may actually be the opposite of what your boss wants from you. Consider the following three things many employees mistakenly think their boss wants.Constant check-insInstinctively many of us feel the need to provide our boss with regular updates on projects and tasks we are working on. In reality, supervisors usually prefer to be left out of the day-to-day details and appreciate simply being told when issues arise. They don’t need employees to constantly check in because they are busy with important responsibilities of their own. You have been hired because your boss has confidence in your abilities. So, remember that they trust you and expect you to handle your work without communicating with them on every little detail.ExcusesWe all make mistakes; that’s what makes us human. Bosses accept that there will be missteps and that no employee is perfect. When a hiccup occurs and you feel at fault, you may want to immediately make excuses for what happened and your role in the error. To your boss, this may look like you are pushing the blame elsewhere and have not learned from the slip-up. So instead of endless excuses, simply apologize for the blunder and make sure your boss understands it won’t happen again.ComplimentsIt is very important to praise others when they reach goals in the workplace. After all, nothing motivates employees more than a simple “congratulations.” When it comes to your superior, go easy on the superfluous compliments. This may be taken as “sucking up” and is a turn off to both your boss and your colleagues. So, be respectful and appreciative but keep the flattery in check. 27SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Wendy Moody Wendy Moody is a Senior Editor with CUInsight.com. Wendy works with the editorial team to help edit the content including current news, press releases, jobs and events. She keeps … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details
Arsenal confident of beating Bayern Munich to Yannick Carrasco signing this summer Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 12 Jun 2019 6:19 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link519Shares Arsenal are in talks to sign Yannick Carrasco from Dalian Yifang (Picture: Getty)Arsenal are reportedly confident of wrapping up a deal for Yannick Carrasco this summer.Carrasco has confirmed that he’s itching to leave Dalian Yifang after a one-and-a-half year spell with the Chinese Super League club and Arsenal have registered a strong interest in the 25-year-old winger.It’s understood Arsenal have held discussions over a possible agreement for Carrasco, with some reports claiming that a £25-27million offer has already been submitted by the north London giants.According to The Daily Mirror, Arsenal favour a loan move for Carrasco – with an option to buy next summer – but Dalian would rather cash in on the Belgian and are holding out for a permanent deal.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityWhile Arsenal are not the only club keen on Carrasco, the report suggests they are ‘confident’ of landing the former Atletico Madrid star.Bayern Munich are also weighing up a bid to sign Carrasco after being priced out of a move for Leroy Sane, with Manchester City demanding £90m for the Germany attacker. Advertisement Comment Carrasco is desperate for a move away from China this summer (Picture: Getty)Carrasco, who joined Dalian along with Atleti team-mate Nicolas Gaitan in February 2018, has made no secret of his desire to return to Europe.He said: ‘Everyone knows I want to return to Europe. Now it depends on my president and I hope a solution is found.‘I can’t speak about [the interested] club, but I hope that everything can be sorted.‘I’m not the one who decides. That’s my president. He will decide if he lets me leave or not, but I hope I can return.’More: FootballBruno Fernandes responds to Man Utd bust-up rumours with Ole Gunnar SolskjaerNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesAnother player on Arsenal’s radar is Jordan Veretout and the Fiorentina midfielder is ready to join a ‘big club’, according to his agent.‘There are four or five important clubs who want Veretout, in Italy and abroad,’ Mario Giuffredi told Radio CRC.‘I don’t like to name names, but we’ll see what happens and who steps forward to close the deal.‘Jordan is one of the best in Europe. He has the quantity, quality and much more and he deserves a big club.’MORE: Ryan Giggs claims Manchester United signing Daniel James is quickest player he’s ever seen Advertisement
Edinburgh pulled off a shock win – only their second in their last 24 visits to Ireland – as Anthony Foley’s Munster fluffed their lines at Thomond Park. Edinburgh were briefly down to 13 men when Leonardi’s fellow flanker Hamish Watson was singled out for a ruck offence, but Jack Cuthbert dotted down in the 48th minute to leave Foley’s misfiring side nine points adrift. Stander’s second try set up a tense final quarter but Munster failed to score again with Ian Keatley, who had an off-night with the boot, narrowly missing a last-gasp long range penalty. One of Edinburgh’s summer signings, John Andress, made an immediate impact in the first scrum, driving John Ryan backwards to set up a fourth minute penalty which Heathcote converted. Heathcote, who started in place of late withdrawal Greig Tonks, rifled over his second successful penalty after BJ Botha was caught offside. A marginal forward pass from Heathcote denied Dougie Fife the opportunity to raid up the right wing – in plenty of space – but error-strewn Munster were really struggling to settle. They finally reached the Scots’ 22 at the tail-end of the first quarter, with Shane Buckley standing out during a busy set of phases, however Edinburgh robustly defended a close-in maul and cleared the danger. Simon Zebo was unable to latch onto his own kick through midfield and Heathcote suffered his first miss from a difficult penalty attempt on the right wing. Edinburgh’s aggressive pack – led by man of the match Cornell du Preeze – held the edge until flanker Leonardi saw yellow for a 32nd-minute tip tackle on Zebo. Munster mauled up close from a lineout and the recycled ball saw Stander crash over past both centres for a well-taken try. Keatley missed the conversion though and Edinburgh finished the first half strongly, busy centre Sam Beard’s forward pass ruling out a try for Tim Visser before Heathcote split the posts with the final kick. That good work was undone when Watson was binned for killing Munster ball after an incisive break by Zebo. Nonetheless, 14-man Edinburgh soon broke downfield for a fine try, Cuthbert’s timely injection of pace helping him gobble up Beard’s grubber kick to score in the right corner. Stander – the focal point of the Munster pack – answered back on the hour mark, rolling his way over the try-line having shrugged off Heathcote’s initial tackle. Keatley missed the conversion but was on target with a 69th minute penalty to make it 14-13. As time ticked on Heathcote sent a testing place-kick wide and after WP Nel became the third Edinburgh player to be carded, Keatley could not save Munster from their third successive Thomond Park defeat which is a first in the professional era. Alan Solomons’ men gained a measure of revenge for last season’s 55-12 hammering by the Reds, beginning the new GUINNESS PRO12 campaign with a well-earned four points and a 14-13 success. New fly-half Tom Heathcote coolly slotted three penalties to give Edinburgh a deserved 9-5 half-time lead, with CJ Stander touching down for the hosts while Tomas Leonardi was in the sin-bin. Press Association
Ghana players donated a combined sum of GHC 10,000 towards the recovery costs of the sick Joseph “Baby Joe” Tagoe.Tagoe, a well-known entertainer of the Black Stars known for his homourous dancing and crying, fell ill in the months prior to the World Cup and has over the last few weeks been left bed-ridden at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Kumasi after a surgery.Footy-Ghana claim that the 24-man Ghana team that played Uganda during an Afcon 2015 qualifier in Kumasi on Saturdayeach forfeited their $100 per diem allowance in an effort to gather funds to donate to Tagoe.This followed a pledge last May by captain Asamoah Gyan join forces with his teammates to provide financial assistance to the once energetic Baby Joe – also often referred to as “Ojoe Mensu” [Joe don’t cry].The report also claims Ghana coach James Kwesi Appiah and his assistant Maxwell Konadu donated a sum of GHC 1000 earlier in the week after a visit to Tagoe. It remains to be seen if this commendable gesture will win the Stars some hearts after what has been a nightmarish last few weeks for them, facing increasing public hostility after their chaotic campaign at the World Cup in Brazil.
Ahead of All-Star weekend (Feb. 15-17 in Charlotte, N.C.), the NBA will hold its second All-Star Draft after last year’s battle between LeBron James’ team and Stephen Curry’s squad. James is a captain once again, but he will be facing Giannis Antetokounmpo this time around in what should be another entertaining contest.MORE: Watch the NBA All-Star Draft live on fuboTV (7-day free trial)So, how exactly does this thing work? Here are all the details you need to know ahead of the 2019 NBA All-Star Draft, including how to watch it live on TV and stream online, plus full player pools for the Eastern and Western Conferences.When is the 2019 NBA All-Star Draft?The 2019 NBA All-Star Draft will take place at 7 p.m. ET on Thursday, Feb. 7.How to watch, live stream 2019 NBA All-Star DraftThe 2019 NBA All-Star Draft picks will be revealed live on TNT. The “NBA All-Star Draft Show” will precede “TNT NBA Tip-Off.” A live stream of the broadcast is also available online via fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.MORE: Why Rudy Gobert is most glaring All-Star snubWhat is the format of the 2019 NBA All-Star Draft?Each team will each have 13 players. James and Antetokounmpo can draft their rosters regardless of conference affiliation. Team LeBron has the No. 1 overall pick for the starter pool, and Team Giannis selects first for the reserve pool. Team LeBron and Team Giannis will alternate picks each round. NBA commissioner Adam Silver made Dirk Nowitzki and Dwyane Wade special additions for a bonus draft round. Team LeBron will get the first choice in that round as well. 2019 NBA All-Star starter, reserve poolsWestern Conference starter poolNameTeamAll-Star selectionLeBron James*Lakers15thStephen CurryWarriors6thKevin DurantWarriors10thPaul GeorgeThunder6thJames HardenRockets7thWestern Conference reserve poolNameTeamAll-Star selectionLaMarcus AldridgeSpurs7thAnthony DavisPelicans6thNikola JokicNuggets1stDamian LillardTrail Blazers4thKlay ThompsonWarriors5thKarl-Anthony TownsTimberwolves2ndRussell WestbrookThunder8thDirk Nowitzki**Mavericks14thEastern Conference starter poolNameTeamAll-Star selectionGiannis Antetokounmpo*Bucks3rdJoel Embiid76ers2ndKyrie IrvingCeltics6thKawhi LeonardRaptors3rdKemba WalkerHornets3rdEastern Conference reserve poolNameTeamAll-Star selectionBradley BealWizards2ndBlake GriffinPistons6thKyle LowryRaptors5thKhris MiddletonBucks1stVictor Oladipo (injured)Pacers2ndBen Simmons76ers1stNikola VucevicMagic1stDwyane Wade**Heat13thD’Angelo Russell***Nets1st* Team captain** Special addition*** Injury replacementFans, media and current NBA players voted on the starters, and NBA coaches picked the reserves. We know the captains. We know the starters. We know the reserves (and the snubs).Now, it’s time for the 2019 NBA All-Star Draft.