Circles Around The Sun will return to Colorado with a three-night run this January! Starting on January 3rd, the instrumentalists will perform at the Crested Butte Center for the Arts in Crested Butte. From there, they’ll head to the 10 Mile Music Hall in Frisco on January 4th and the Boulder Theater in Boulder on January 5th. Tickets will go on-sale this Friday, November 9th at 10 am MT here.Recently, Circles Around The Sun released a double album, Let It Wander, via Rhino, marking the first release since the band’s acclaimed 2015 debut record, Interludes For The Dead, which was composed especially for the set break music at the Grateful Dead’s “Fare Thee Well” concerts in 2015.Circles Around the Sun is comprised of guitarist Neal Casal and keyboardist Adam MacDougall (bandmates in the Chris Robinson Brotherhood), as well as bassist Dan Horne and drummer Mark Levy.After the January run, Circles Around The Sun will continue on the road with Greensky Bluegrass. For a full list of upcoming tour dates, head to CATS’ official website.
Greensburg, IN—Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch and the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs announced that 13 rural Hoosier communities will receive more than $1.96 million in federal grant funding, through the new COVID-19 Response Program. “After setting up weekly calls with our local elected officials and Main Street organizations, I was able to hear how quickly we needed to provide funding to assist with rising medical needs and to save jobs and small businesses,” said Crouch. “Our rural communities are truly the next economic frontier and we have to do all we can to ensure they survive this crisis.”In March, Governor Eric Holcomb issued the executive order that allowed OCRA to redirect Community Development Block Grant funds to assist with COVID-19 needs, based on guidance from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).On April 1, the COVID-19 Response Program launched and, over the course of two weeks, received 108 Letters of Need, totaling an estimated $23 million in requests. Eligible activities for this program include but are not limited to:Expanding or altering existing medical facilities to help in the increasing patient load due to COVID-19;Provide fixed or mobile testing;Expand food pantry services to low-to-moderate (LMI) populations; andProvide grants or loans to small businesses to help retain LMI jobs.The City of Greensburg was awarded $250,000 to provide loans to local small business owners who are low-to-moderate-income or to retain low-to-moderate-income jobs. The funds will be processed through the Greensburg Decatur County Economic Development Corporation revolving loan program.
“Coach said some guys got to make a few more plays,” Hughes said. “And I feel like me and Frank did a good job, and Buddy, as well, and everybody stepped up and made big plays.”Syracuse returns to the Spectrum Center court on Thursday evening to tip-off with No. 3 seed Duke at about 9:30 p.m., and like Wednesday, Battle’s status could be the story of the lead-up. Published on March 14, 2019 at 12:35 am Contact Billy: [email protected] | @Wheyen3 Comments CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Tyus Battle, who missed the first game in his Syracuse career on Wednesday, may not return on Thursday to play Duke, Orange head coach Jim Boeheim said after Wednesday’s SU win.“When he came in (today), he was worse,” Boeheim said. “… We thought he had a chance today. But he’s probably, realistically, two or three days away from being able to play, I think.”Battle missed the Syracuse (20-12, 10-8 Atlantic Coast) 73-59 win over Pittsburgh (14-19, 3-15) with a back bruise suffered late against Clemson on Saturday. He’d driven down the lane, run into a defender and landed hard on his lower back-hip area. After that game, he wore ice packs on his back in the locker room.More coverage Syracuse’s next opponent: What to know about DukeBuddy Boeheim shines with career-night in ACC tournament win over PittsburghWithout Tyus Battle, Syracuse tops Pittsburgh, 73-59, in ACC Tournament 2nd-round matchupCareer night for Buddy Boeheim, more takeaways from Syracuse’s ACC tournament win over Pittsburgh On Wednesday night, Battle was announced as a game-time decision a few hours before tip-off, but he didn’t warm up with the Orange. During the game, he wore a navy blue sweatshirt and sat alongside the coaches on SU’s bench. It was the first time he missed an SU game after playing in the first 102 possible contests.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThree of Syracuse’s perimeter players stepped up in Battle’s absence: Buddy Boeheim with 20 points to go along with Frank Howard and Elijah Hughes both dropping 18. Facebook Twitter Google+