Jam Cruise Shares Pro-Shot Video Of “Criminal” By The Revivalists

first_imgAs part of their weekly video series, Jam Cruise has shared pro-shot video of The Revivalists on the Pool Deck from the festival’s 15th installment. There’s nothing quite like seeing your favorite bands on a boat, in the middle of the ocean, surrounded by friends and family. The intimacy of the boat provides for a spectacular backdrop for the artists and bands to really let loose and perform within their own dream-like setting.Regular suspects on Jam Cruise, the New Orleans-based septet performed twice on the boat – including this stand-out performance of their 2014 hit single “Criminal” on opening night. Watch the video below, courtesy of TourGigs.last_img

DNR fines Wright County egg facility for improper wastewater discharge

first_imgEAGLE GROVE — The Iowa Department of Natural Resources has fined a Wright County egg production and processing facility for violations related to the improper discharge of wastewater.The DNR says Daybreak Foods of Eagle Grove agreed in January 2018 not to illegally discharge pollutants to a water of the state. In November of last year, the DNR received a complaint that a tributary to the Boone River was green in color.A DNR investigator later observed discolored water at a tile discharge, a grassed waterway discharge, and as part of ponding water near the base of a lagoon. Field tests later showed that wastewater was being discharged.As part of a consent agreement, Daybreak Foods agreed to a $7000 administrative penalty and to cease all illegal discharges into the tributary.last_img

Roma counting on Dzeko-inspired miracle against Liverpool

first_img0Shares0000For Roma coach Eusebio Di Francesco, striker Edin Dzeko (L) holds the key to unlocking their Champions League final bid against Liverpool on Wednesday © AFP/File / Filippo MONTEFORTEROME, Italy, May 1 – Roma coach Eusebio Di Francesco said Tuesday he is counting on another Edin Dzeko-inspired miracle against Liverpool to reach the Champions League final.Trailing 5-2 after the first leg of their Champions League semi-final, Roma need to score at least three goals at the Stadio Olimpico on Wednesday to reach the May 26 final in Kiev. Dzeko scored a crucial, late away goal in the 4-1 quarter-final first leg defeat at Barcelona and the opening goal of Roma’s 3-0 second leg win at the Stadio Olimpico that saw the Italians through on away goals.The Bosnian handed Roma another lifeline with an 81st strike after Liverpool had romped to a five-goal lead at Anfield last week, Diego Perotti adding a precious second from the spot four minutes later to keep Roma’s final hopes alive.“Players with his (Dzeko) qualities must be decisive as (Mohamed) Salah was in the first leg,” said Di Francesco.Former Roma forward Salah tore through his former club at Anfield, scoring twice and setting up two more goals.“We can’t change a team just for him (Salah) or put three players on him, we have to be good at raising the athletic level, giving little, but remembering that we have to score three goals.“We were at the mercy of Liverpool for 25 minutes and that cannot happen. We want to try and do something big in a stadium with 70,000 people.“If I could, I would copy and paste that performance against Barcelona, not just technically but on a mental and physical level,” he added, of their comeback from 4-1 down against the Spaniards last month to reach the semi-finals.“The desire to make another miracle happen must push us all to give that extra something.”Bosnian forward Dzeko has scored 24 goals this season for Roma in all competitions, and Radja Nainggolan warned he was ready to break his European drought.“I’ve never scored in the Champions League, maybe I’ll break through tomorrow,” said the Belgian.“We will try to complete another comeback, and although it will be complicated I’m the type of person who never likes the simple way.”Dutch defensive midfielder Kevin Strootman however has been ruled out with a leg injury.Roma lost the European Cup final to Liverpool 34 years ago, but Di Francesco warned: “The 1984 final is in the hearts of the people, but they are two games that cannot be compared.”Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp’s assistant Zeljko Buvac stepped aside this week for personal reason, and Di Francesco joked: “I’ve kicked out my assistant too to make it even!“It’s internal stuff, I’m not preparing the game based on that. We’ll face a strong and determined team which represents a great club, one with a great history in Europe.“I don’t think one staff member can make a difference.”Off-pitch tensions are also high as Liverpool supporter Sean Cox lies in a coma after being attacked before last week’s first leg in Anfield.“There are bad apples among all fans,” said Di Francesco. “I’ve already said that I stand shoulder-to-shoulder with Sean Cox and his family and I’m against all forms of violence, like we all are here.“There are good fans in Rome, we can’t allow a small number of fans, which I think there are in England too, to ruin our beautiful sport.“I want to make an appeal, it must be a joy to come to the stadium tomorrow.”0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more