Thirteen years ago today back in 2006, moe. kicked off their winter tour at The Orpheum Theatre in Boston, MA. The band was dialed in from the get-go, busting out a twenty-minute, hugely jammy “Brent Black” to open the show. During the five-song first set, the band also covered Radiohead’s “Paranoid Android” for the first time, a track they’ve played fourteen times and that hasn’t been seen since 2010. After the break, the band by no means slowed down, with crowd-pleasing non-stop second set.You can listen to full audio from the show below, courtesy of Jon Merin. You can also check out moe. on their winter tour, which kicks off tonight in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Dates are below, and tickets are available via the band’s website.Setlist: moe. at The Orpheum Theatre in Boston, MA – 1/19/2006Set I: Brent Black, She Sends Me, It, Paranoid Android1> Seat Of My Pants> AkimboSet II: Buster> Spine Of A Dog> Not Coming Down> Wormwood> Brittle End> St. Augustine> 32 Things> I Wanna Be SedatedEncore: Blue Jeans and Pizza> Rise
Kristin Chenoweth Kristin Chenoweth’s voice will soon soar through the Amazon in Rio 2, in movie theaters April 11. The Tony and Emmy Award winner this time doesn’t just wear pink but is actually pink, playing Gabi, a poison dart frog who is madly in love with the villainous cockatoo Nigel. Chenoweth told USA Today that her character isn’t evil, just “misunderstood.” Hey, Glinda, that sounds a lot like your BFF Elphaba! Take a listen below to Chenoweth performing the song “Poisonous Love” from the Rio 2 soundtrack. Without fail, the Broadway baby once again lets out some of those signature high notes. View Comments Star Files
“There are special steps people should take to help their lawn survive the winter,” said GilLandry, an Extension Service turf specialist with the University of Georgia College ofAgricultural and Environmental Sciences. Emerald zoysia grass and El Toro zoysia are like hybrid Bermuda but are a little morewinter-hardy. Centipede and St. Augustine are the most susceptible to winter damage. Leave most grasses about one notch above the normal cutting level. “Centipede is an exceptionto the mowing rule,” he said. “It should be mowed no higher than one-and-a-half inchesthroughout the year.” “Before you fertilize any growing area, test the soil,” said Wayne Jordan, head of the UGAAgricultural Services Labs. “A soil test will help you know the fertility status of the soil andmake an educated decision about how much fertilizer and lime you need.” “During late summer and early fall, when we are below normal rainfall, irrigation is the mostimportant step,” he said. “Even though the grass doesn’t appear to be actively growing, it useswater nearly the entire year.” You can protect your lawn from excessive winterkill, too, by insulating it. “With warm-seasongrasses, particularly in north Georgia, leave the grass a little taller than normal to go into thewinter,” Landry said. How much to water? The second most important step to a thriving lawn is to fertilize it based on soil testrecommendations. “Have a soil test conducted for a lawn every three years,” Landry said. If you want a great lawn next summer, it’s not too early to start working on it. Careful fallmaintenance can be the key to a flourishing green lawn in the year ahead. Your county extension agent can make soil sampling easy. Visit the county office to getinstructions and soil sample bags. “If properly maintained, Meyer zoysia has more winter hardiness than the other grasses,”Landry said. “But it requires significantly more water. The hybrid Bermuda grasses generallywill handle extreme temperatures better than common Bermuda.” “We don’t recommend St. Augustine grass north of the fall line,” Landry said. “Centipedegrass can be grown throughout the state if properly managed. However, many people in northGeorgia seem to have problems with it.” Don’t fertilize centipede as late in the fall or as early in the spring as other warm-seasongrasses, either. Don’t fertilize centipede in the spring until it has greened up completely. “When it’s going into and coming out of dormancy, keep the soil moist,” Landry said.”Probably about one-half inch every two weeks should be enough. But check the soil moisturewith your fingers.” If you’re planning to reseed or resod, some grasses grow better in different areas of the state. “Newly seeded common Bermuda grass needs special attention, because it’s very prone towinterkill during the first year,” Landry said. “Be sure it’s irrigated, the mowing height israised and it’s not fertilized too late in the growing season.” Irrigation is equally important in early spring when the turf starts to green up. The most important prescription for a healthy lawn, Landry said, is irrigation.
Shkodran Mustafi goes up against his former side (Picture: AMA/Getty Images)When is Arsenal vs Valencia?AdvertisementAdvertisementThe match is on Thursday 2 May with kick-off at 8pm at the Emirates.What TV channel is Arsenal vs Valencia on and is there a live stream?BT Sport 2 will be showing the game live with coverage starting at 7.15pm.Subscribers can stream the action on BT Sport Player or watch on the BT Sport app.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalTeam newsAaron Ramsey and Denis Suarez are out with hamstring and groin problems respectively.However, Emery should have Mesut Ozil and Nacho Monreal available after injury.Valencia are without Geoffrey Kondogbia and Denis Cheryshev through injury.What are the odds? (Courtesy of Betfair)To win matchEVS Arsenal12/5 Draw29/10 ValenciaTo Qualify8/11 Arsenal11/10 ValenciaMORE: Jamie Carragher sends warning to Luis Suarez ahead of Barcelona’s trip to LiverpoolMORE: Virgil Van Dijk reacts to Liverpool’s Champions League defeat to Barcelona Phil HaighThursday 2 May 2019 11:38 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Advertisement Arsenal boss Unai Emery managed Valencia from 2008-2012 (Picture: AFP/Getty Images)Arsenal begin their Europa League semi-final tie with Valencia with the home leg at the Emirates on Thursday night.It has been a disappointing week for English clubs in Europe so far, with Spurs and Liverpool losing Champions League matches with Ajax and Barcelona respectively, but Arsenal fans could not care less if they beat the Spaniards.Gunners boss Unai Emery is facing his former club after taking charge of over 200 Valencia games from 2008-12.There are plenty of connections between the clubs with Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi being signed from the La Liga side, while Valencia have former Gunners Gabriel Paulista and Francis Coquelin in their ranks.ADVERTISEMENT Arsenal vs Valencia TV channel, live stream, time, odds and team news for Europa League semi-final Comment Advertisement