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Portugal. The Man Ends Sincere GRAMMY Acceptance Speech With A Mischievous “Hail Satan!” [Watch]

Portugal. The Man Ends Sincere GRAMMY Acceptance Speech With A Mischievous “Hail Satan!” [Watch]

first_imgWatch the official music video for “Feel It Still” below via Portugal. The Man’s YouTube page:Best Pop Group/Duo Perforance Nominees(For new vocal or instrumental duo/group or collaborative pop recordings. Singles or Tracks only.)“Something Just Like This” – The Chainsmokers & Coldplay“Despacito” – Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee Featuring Justin Bieber“Thunder” – Imagine Dragons“Feel It Still” – Portugal. The Man – WINNER“Stay” – Zedd & Alessia Cara[h/t – Consequence of Sound] Portland-based outfit Portugal. The Man took home their first GRAMMY hardware last night, taking home the prize for “Best Pop Duo/Group Performance” for their worldwide smash hit “Feel It Still“. The genre-elusive group’s win came as something of a surprise, as it was up against several other hugely successful tracks from various ends of the pop spectrum.When the group took the stage to accept their award, they were surely excited about the honor, but true to form, they still remained lighthearted and mischievous on one of the music industry’s biggest stages. In his sincere, heartfelt speach, bassist Zach Carothers thanked a small list of people and shared his love and respect for the indigenous peoples of the band’s native Alaska and beyond. While he did so, his bandmates mimed drinking from the GRAMMY statuette like a goblet and even, it appears, jokingly wiping their ass with it.Watch the speech below via Instagram: However, the video above cuts out just a second or two early, and misses Carothers’ final words: Carothers ended his sincere acceptance speech with a brief, cheeky “Hail Satan!,” likely riffing on the fact that their category’s presentation was directly preceded by a string of Gospel and Christian award categories. So Portugal. The Man may be GRAMMY-winners now, but don’t worry–It looks like they’re not going to start taking themselves too seriously.last_img read more

Why Robin van Persie is excited about Gabriel Martinelli

Why Robin van Persie is excited about Gabriel Martinelli

first_img Read More Comment Read More Skip Advertisement / About Connatix V67539 Manchester United captain Harry Maguire Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Read More Full Screen Read More Advertisement 1 min. story Top articles Read More Why Robin van Persie is excited about Gabriel Martinelli PLAY by Metro SPONSORED ‘What I like about him is his link-up play, he looks lively, he looks technical, he looks very good to me, it’s a joy watching him.‘Five in five is a great start.’He’s made a real impression on his team-mates, with Rob Holding singing his praises ahead of Thursday night’s match.More: 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 City‘In training every day, he works hard. He puts you under pressure constantly and never stops running, which as a centre-half is a nightmare.‘You want a striker that will sort of give up on you, but he never gives up. His finishing has been unbelievable, even with his head.‘He’s only a small guy but the headed goals he’s scored in the [Nottingham] Forest game and the Standard Liege game have been incredible goals, to be fair to him.’He scored with his head again against Vitoria, showing exquisite movement moving from an offside position back onside to evade the defenders’ attention before nodding home.Should Gabriel Martinelli start against Crystal Palace?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsMORE: How Edu and Raul Sanllehi unlikely to sack Arsenal manager Unai Emery mid-seasonMORE: Arsenal star reveals the secret to Nicolas Pepe’s free-kick prowess Video Settings Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip Ad Coming Next 1/1 Van Persie is a fan of Martinelli (Picture: Soccrates/Getty)‘Me too [I’m excited],’ Van Persie told BT Sport. ‘He knows where the danger is, where the space is. He scored a great goal.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT Metro Sport ReporterFriday 25 Oct 2019 8:44 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link8.2kShares Martinelli has impressed (Picture: Getty)Gabriel Martinelli is a ‘joy to watch’, according to former Arsenal and Manchester United striker Robin van Persie who believes he could be a big hit at the Emirates.The 18-year-old Brazilian has made an electric start to life in English football, scoring five goals in three starts in the League Cup and Europa League and he was on the scoresheet again on Thursday evening in Arsenal’s 3-2 win over Vitoria Guimaraes.While he is yet to start or score in the Premier League and faces serious competition with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexander Lacazette ahead of him in the pecking order, Van Persie thinks he has all the ingredients to thrive at the top level.last_img read more

Teen rescued after falling from cliff

Teen rescued after falling from cliff

first_imgBedford, IN—Early Tuesday morning, Indiana Conservation Officers helped rescue a teenager who fell from a cliff in Hoosier National Forest last night.At approximately 11:30 p.m. Monday, officers responded to South Hatfield Road in Crawford County regarding a missing juvenile who had not been seen for an estimated four hours. Officers determined the juvenile had left the area on his ATV and possibly traveled to Hoosier National Forest to explore caves.This early this morning, responders formed a search team in an attempt to locate the juvenile near Messmore Cliffs in Hoosier National Forest. While searching, officers made verbal contact with the juvenile, learning that he had fallen 50-60 feet from the cliffs.Search crews removed the juvenile from the area, and he was flown to the University of Louisville Hospital for head, lower back, and leg injuries.“There is no doubt the officers’ knowledge of the area and expertise from being members of the Indiana Conservation Officer Cave Rescue Team played a huge role in locating, securing and transporting this juvenile to safety,” said Maj. Tim Beaver of DNR Law Enforcement.last_img read more

Steve Lavin offers insight on career

Steve Lavin offers insight on career

first_imgESPN announcer Steve Lavin discusses his career as a coach and analyst with students at Grainger Hall Monday.[/media-credit]Last night at Grainger Hall, the University of Wisconsin Sports Business Club hosted former UCLA men’s basketball coach and current ESPN analyst Steve Lavin to speak to UW students about mentoring and preparation, drawing his own experiences into his speech.Lavin discussed events in his past that led to his current stature at ESPN, citing several coaches — including John Wooden, Gene Keady and Mike Krzyzewski — as his personal mentors who helped him in college basketball. Additionally, he offered words of encouragement for the students in attendance.He opened by extending his idea of a “50-year plan,” which he said he preached to his players at UCLA, many of whom would not play basketball professionally and had their whole lives ahead of them to make decisions.“You need that bigger picture in terms of your game plan,” Lavin said. “The way you operate day-to-day determines the success that you’re going to have later down in your life.”Although Lavin spoke from his own experiences, he attributed nearly everything he learned and discussed with the group to his mentors and the characteristics that rubbed off on him.“I try to pass on the things I’ve learned from teachers, coaches, mentors, playground directors, bosses I’ve had, colleagues I’ve had,” Lavin said. “There are certain attributes these people have that kept emerging. … I encourage you to seek out these people and to find that part of your game.”These attributes, or as he later referred to as “qualities for success,” ranged from passion to gratitude. However, Lavin spent most of his time discussing what his mentor Wooden taught him — listening.“The skill of listening sounds simple,” he said, “but you learn by listening, not by talking. True listening is when you put yourself in the shoes of someone else and try to see and feel the world from their perspective.”Lavin also brought another one of his mentors and current sportscasting partner — Brent Musberger — into his speech. According to Lavin, the most important aspect of life to Musberger is the importance of “staying interested.”“‘Stay interested’ is a simple statement, but it’s so profound,” Lavin said. “It might seem easy, but you have to challenge yourself to stay interested and be fully engaged in what it is you’re doing.”Several times during his speech, Lavin went back to discuss his mentor at UCLA — Wooden — who, aside from leading by example, gave Lavin the message he carries with him across the country.“John Wooden has what I call the passion of eternal learning,” he said. “He’s probably influenced more people worldwide as a retired coach and as an inspiration for millions. … That’s one of the most important attributes anyone can have; that passion to keep learning like John Wooden.”Aside from discussing his life experiences and lessons learned from his many mentors, Lavin also discussed his view of the Big Ten and the Wisconsin men’s basketball team under head coach Bo Ryan, as well as his view on Ryan as a mentor.“I think it goes back to (Ryan’s) father, who utilized sports to teach us enduring values and important skills that will help people live a good life,” Lavin said in an interview before his speech. “Bo is a natural teacher and coach and motivator. He has an old-school approach with a new presentation.”Lavin also said he thinks that, even though the Badgers are in the midst of rough stretch of four straight losses, they will return to the NCAA Tournament and be a team that could make some noise in the Big Dance.“They’re going to continue to get better because their leader — Bo Ryan — is someone who will continue to find ways to enhance the performance level of this team,” Lavin said. “They’re a team that, going into the NCAA Tournament, will probably be a mid-level seed, but will be really dangerous.”Although he is currently an EPSN analyst, Lavin does have a great deal of experience with adversity. He was fired from his UCLA head coaching position after 12 years at the helm before being offered his current job at ESPN.However, when given the opportunity to coach again at North Carolina State, he continued his theme of back to Wooden, who once more offered him his words of wisdom.“When I was looking for answers, it all went back to John Wooden, who told me, ‘You can’t discount or discard your passion, heart or emotion,’” Lavin said. “But he also said, ‘You must make sure your mind and reason are driving your decision process.’”The Sports Business Club’s kickoff meeting will be Jan. 28 in Grainger Hall at 7 p.m.last_img read more

Women’s tennis to face off against Pepperdine

Women’s tennis to face off against Pepperdine

first_imgThe USC women’s tennis team will travel to Malibu on Friday to take on Pepperdine for the second time in less than a week.After four days off and coming off of a weekend championship, the Women of Troy get back on the court against the No. 30 ranked Waves. The team took down Pepperdine in the championship match of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s Kick-Off Weekend. In Sunday’s match, the Women of Troy (3-0) pulled off a sweep with a score of 4-0.Coming off of such a convincing win, it would be easy to fall into the trap of complacency. The team has been working tirelessly, however, to not only prevent a drop-off, but also increase its intensity. Senior Gabriella DeSimone was able to provide insight into how the team competed so effectively.“We got a good jump,” DeSimone said. “We started off strong with doubles and continued that momentum with singles.”One of DeSimone’s coaches also gave her take on what to expect from the Waves this time around.“I’d imagine it would be a closer match,” said assistant coach Barbara Hallquist DeGroot on what USC is expecting from Pepperdine this time around. “It’ll be a good test.”Pepperdine’s top ranked player is No. 17 Lorraine Guillermo, who will pose a challenge for the Women of Troy.One of the most difficult aspects of the upcoming match will be the fact that the Waves have home-court advantage.“They’ll be a lot more fired up,” said DeGroot.  It seems the players are aware of this new challenge and ready to face it head-on.“Home court is a different atmosphere,” said sophomore Zoë Katz. “We’re just going into it with a lot of energy and competitive spirit.”Despite the fact that USC has been able to complete sweeps of each of its opponents thus far, the team is preparing for a vengeful Pepperdine team.Another dynamic that makes Friday’s match one to keep an eye on is the fact that many of the players on both squads have grown up together and competed against each other since they were young.“It’s nice at the end of the day when you can hug them after a match,” said Katz. “It isn’t going to change how you’re acting on the court.”Such a killer competitive streak is something that has certainly contributed to USC’s success on the court thus far this season.“Across the board, from top to bottom, there is such great depth,” said DeGroot. “They are such a cohesive group, they have one mindset, and they’re having a great time while they do it.”The Women of Troy insist that they are not playing with chips on their shoulders, despite not having moved up in the ITA rankings. USC is still hanging tough at the No. 14 spot.“If we keep winning, the ranking will come,” DeGroot said. “It’s so early in the season, it’s easy to get caught up in the ranking.” The rankings don’t mean much to the team when all they’re doing is “concentrating on winning,” where the coaching staff believes the focus remains.Since USC first faced off against Pepperdine in 1977, the Women of Troy are 44-12 against the Waves. This impressive record includes the sweep last Sunday and a 5-2 victory last year.DeSimone summed up her team’s mentality quite completely: “We have to forget that we just played them and beat them.”last_img read more

‘We didn’t take anything for granted’ – Jamaica’s Frew credits teamwork for historic Windies’ U-19 victory

‘We didn’t take anything for granted’ – Jamaica’s Frew credits teamwork for historic Windies’ U-19 victory

first_imgOutgoing Jamaica Under-19 captain, Michael Frew, a member of the victorious West Indies Under-19 team, has listed teamwork as the main reason their historic ICC Under-19 World Cup triumph. The West Indies, led by Man-of-the-Match Leeward Islands batsman, Keacy Carty, who scored an unbeaten 52, defeated title-favourites and previously unbeaten India by five wickets in the final yesterday in Bangladesh. “It was definitely, team performance,” off-spinning all-rounder Frew told The Gleaner.  “It wasn’t one person who really carried the team. Everyone chipped in at the right time. “Our opening bowlers, again, gave us a good start with the new ball and the bowlers in the middle came and finished the job. “In the batting we knew we had a lot of balls and the guys batted patiently,” he added. The triumph, which was wrapped up with three balls to spare, after the West Indies scored 146 for five in response to 145 made by the Indians, represented the first time the regional outfit was lifting the title. The previous best performance was a second place finish in 2004, when the West Indies, led then by current wicketkeeper, Denesh Ramdin, lost to Pakistan in the final, also in Bangladesh. Fast bowlers – the impressive Alzzarri Joseph of the Leewards and, Ryan John of the Windward Islands – spearheaded the West Indies bowling performance with three for 39 and John, three for 38, respectively. “Leading up to the final we were winning matches so our confidence was at a pretty good level,” expressed Frew. “However, we knew that India was a good team and didn’t take anything for granted.” Guided by captain Shimron Hetmyer of Guyana, the West Indies, after going down to England in their opening match, rebounded to defeat Fiji and Zimbabwe in their subsequent group fixtures. They then defeated long-standing nemesis, Pakistan, who also knocked them out of the tournament in 2014, in the quarter-finals, before getting the better of Bangladesh in the semi-finals. One of three Jamaicans in the West Indies squad along with fast bowler Odean Smith and batsman Shahid Crooks, Frew, also said he hoped the win would make the people of the Caribbean happy. “I hope it has made them proud,” he said. “We wanted to do this for the people of the Caribbean, including our family and our friends.”last_img read more

Birmingham City news: Championship fixtures 2017-18 – Every Blues game revealed

Birmingham City news: Championship fixtures 2017-18 – Every Blues game revealed

first_img1 Birmingham City fixtures Birmingham City Championship fixtures 2017-1805/08/2017         15:00     Ipswich Town v Birmingham City12/08/2017         15:00     Birmingham City v Bristol City15/08/2017         19:45     Birmingham City v Bolton Wanderers19/08/2017         15:00     Burton Albion v Birmingham City26/08/2017         15:00     Birmingham City v Reading09/09/2017         15:00     Norwich City v Birmingham City12/09/2017         19:45     Leeds United v Birmingham City16/09/2017         15:00     Birmingham City v Preston North End23/09/2017         15:00     Derby County v Birmingham City26/09/2017         19:45     Birmingham City v Sheffield Wednesday30/09/2017         15:00     Hull City v Birmingham City14/10/2017         15:00     Birmingham City v Cardiff City21/10/2017         15:00     Millwall v Birmingham City28/10/2017         15:00     Birmingham City v Aston Villa31/10/2017         19:45     Birmingham City v Brentford04/11/2017         15:00     Barnsley v Birmingham City18/11/2017         15:00     Birmingham City v Nottingham Forest21/11/2017         19:45     Middlesbrough v Birmingham City25/11/2017         15:00     Sheffield United v Birmingham City02/12/2017         15:00     Birmingham City v Wolverhampton09/12/2017         15:00     Fulham v Birmingham City16/12/2017         15:00     Birmingham City v Queens Park Rangers23/12/2017         15:00     Sunderland v Birmingham City26/12/2017         15:00     Birmingham City v Norwich City30/12/2017         15:00     Birmingham City v Leeds United01/01/2018         15:00     Reading v Birmingham City13/01/2018         15:00     Birmingham City v Derby County20/01/2018         15:00     Preston North End v Birmingham City27/01/2018         15:00     Birmingham City v Sunderland03/02/2018         15:00     Sheffield Wednesday v Birmingham City10/02/2018         15:00     Aston Villa v Birmingham City17/02/2018         15:00     Birmingham City v Millwall20/02/2018         19:45     Brentford v Birmingham City24/02/2018         15:00     Birmingham City v Barnsley03/03/2018         15:00     Nottingham Forest v Birmingham City06/03/2018         19:45     Birmingham City v Middlesbrough10/03/2018         15:00     Cardiff City v Birmingham City17/03/2018         15:00     Birmingham City v Hull City31/03/2018         15:00     Birmingham City v Ipswich Town02/04/2018         15:00     Bolton Wanderers v Birmingham City07/04/2018         15:00     Birmingham City v  Burton Albion10/04/2018         19:45     Bristol City v Birmingham City14/04/2018         15:00     Wolverhampton  v Birmingham City21/04/2018         15:00     Birmingham City v Sheffield United28/04/2018         15:00     Queens Park Rangers v Birmingham City06/05/2018         12:30     Birmingham City v Fulhamlast_img read more

2016 Ohio State Fair Goat Show photo highlights

2016 Ohio State Fair Goat Show photo highlights

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Show ready middle weight market wether class exhibitors Middle weight market wether exhibitors Two class exhibitors during the middle weight market wether show Hayden Smith, 9, Holmes County, with his middle weight market wether Taylor Carr, Athens Co, had the middle weight champion market wether. Ava Shroyer, Logan County, with her lightweight champion wether. The judge looks at the line up of lightweight champions. Jacob Yesner, Shelby Co. Taylor Carr, Athens Co. Lamancha Lamancha dairy exhibitors Grand Champion: Taylor Carr, Athens Co. Middle weight exhibitors during market wether show The beginning of middle weight classes being judged for market wether show Middle weight exhibitor sets his market wether up for the judge Market wether middle weight exhibitors Res. Champion: Paige Pence, Clark Co. Third: Cami Reveal, Clinton Co. Fourth: Paige Pence, Clark Co. Fifth: Ava Shroyer, Logan Co. Jonathan Yenser, 17, Shelby Co. Katie Egbert, 16, Shelby Co. Jacob Roeth, 10, Miami Co. Cami Reveal, Clinton Co. Paige Pence, Clark CoPHOTOS BY MEGHAN BRUNS2016 Junior Market Wether Goat results Grand Champion: Taylor Carr, Athens Co.Res. Champion: Paige Pence, Clark CoThird: Cami Reveal, Clinton Co.Fourth: Paige Pence, Clark Co.Fifth: Ava Shroyer, Logan Co.Sixth: Tanner Huntsman, Morrow Co. Lightweight champion wether: Ava Shroyer, Logan Co.Lightweight res. champion wether: Tanner Huntsman, Morrow Co. Middleweight champion wether: Taylor Carr, Athens Co.Middleweight res. champion: Paige Pence Clark Heavyweight Champion wether: Cami RevealHeavyweight Res. Champion wether: Paige Pence, Clark Co The judge for the show was Charles Seidensticker from Comfort, Texas.    Dairy Goat resultsAlpine Champ: Drew Buroker, Logan Co.Alpine Res. Champ: Hannah DePew, Ross Co. Lamancha Champ: Kolton Baer, Trumbull Co.Res. Champ: Sara Roman, Lorain Co. AOB Champ: Jenna Johnson, Delaware Co.Res. Champ: Allie Bohse, Miami Co. Nubian Champ: Drew Buroker, Logan Co.Res. Champ: Cole Spitler, Darke Co. Grade Champ: Emma Rhonemeus, Highland Co.Res. Champ: Lauren Gottfried, Sandusky Co. Saanen Champ: Drew Buroker, Logan Co.Res. Champ: Jenna Johnson, Delaware Co.  Toggenburg Champ: Samantha Starker, Stark Co.Res. Champ: Cameron McDonald-Bailey, Licking Co.last_img read more

Sehwag, Zaheer set to return for Sri Lanka tour

Sehwag, Zaheer set to return for Sri Lanka tour

first_imgThe fit-again duo of opening batsman Virender Sehwag and pacer Zaheer Khan is all set to return to the Indian squad after missing the Asia Cup when the selectors meet here on Wednesday to choose the side for the upcoming cricket tour of Sri Lanka.The duo, along with Zaheer’s pace understudy Umesh Yadav, sat out of the Asia Cup in Bangladesh in March on fitness grounds.They were also not part of the squad for the one-off Twenty 20 International in South Africa on March 30 which was India’s last international engagement.With these three players expected to be available for selection, the squad for the Lanka tour — comprising only One-Day Internationals and Twenty20 ties — is set to see some changes from the side which flopped in the Asia Cup and lost the rain-hit T20 match to the hosts in Johannesburg by D/L method.With Sehwag back in action, one of the other middle order batsmen from the Asia Cup squad will have to be sacrificed and Manoj Tiwary could be the man to make way for the former’s return.It’s not clear whether Tendulkar, who had set the fabulous record of 100 international hundreds in the previous 50-over competition that India took part in, is available for the Lanka tour following his nomination as a member of Upper House of Indian Parliament.According to selection committee sources, things would become clear just before the five-member team sits down to choose the touring squad when the Cricket Board’s convener Sanjay Jagdale apprises them about the availability and fitness concerns, if any, of players in contention.advertisementIf by any chance Tendulkar decides to opt out of what is widely perceived to be a low-key series commencing on July 21, Ajinkya Rahane is the man most likely to be named as the third opener after Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir.last_img read more