The Brooklyn Bowl is celebrating their 8th anniversary with fourteen shows over 8 nights in New York City. The beloved Williamsburg venue will host a variety of artists over the eight-night run, signifying the eclectic tastes they provide concert-goers with every night of the week. Billed as A Brooklyn Blast! Celebrating 8 Years of Brooklyn Bowl, the series will go from July 1-2 and July 5-8.The New York establishment is the parent to Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas and London, and the brainchild of promoter Peter Shapiro (Relix Magazine, Fare Thee Well). The concert venue, bowling alley, and Blue Ribbon restaurant is not only the home to eight years of successful operation but also the longstanding walls to some of Brooklyn’s greatest musical memories.To celebrate the club’s anniversary, each night of the series will see a different lineup of performers, with genres varying from Indian world fusionites Red Baraat; indie garage rockers Diarrhea Planet; French producer Fred Falke; the ultimate tribute to Michael Jackson with Who’s Bad, a tribute to the 90’s with CRAZY SINCE DA 90s; the Williamsburg Salsa Orchestra; a tribute to the Grateful Dead with Half Step; Delicate Steve and the Band of Changes featuring Chris Harford, Scott Metzger, Jon Shaw, and Joe Russo; up-and-coming pop-rock funk act Ripe; electronic producer Gigamesh; Stooges Brass Band; pop sensation Robyn Party; and traditional Bowl Train DJ sets with Talib Kweli and jazz and hip-hop artist Pete Rock to close Thursday nights.The venue is offering a special 8 Night Pass for a rocking $70. Tickets go on sale tomorrow, May 24 at 10AM here. See below for the full schedule.Brooklyn Brewery Presents: A Brooklyn Blast! Celebrating 8 Years of Brooklyn Bowl6/29 Red Baraat: tix6/29 Bowl Train w/ Talib Kweli: tix6/30 Diarrhea Planet: tix6/30 Fred Falke: tix7/1 Who’s Bad: tix7/1 CRAZY SINCE DA 90s: tix7/2 Williamsburg Salsa Orchestra: tix7/5 Half Step: tix7/6 Delicate Steve: tix7/6 Bowl Train w/ Pete Rock: tix7/7 Ripe: tix7/7 Gigamesh: tix7/8 Stooges Brass Band: tix7/8 Robyn Party: tix[cover photo by Phierce Photo at Brooklyn Comes Alive]
Batesville Area CYO Basketball ResultsSunday (1-19)St. Louis 1 beat All Saints 1 53- 46This was a very close game throughout the whole game. These two teams are the #1 and #2 seed going into the tournament so it was a very competitive game. Leading the way for St. Louis was Seth Gausman with 21 and Adam Cox with 20. Leading the way for all Saints was Griffin Werner with 12 points, Luke Hornbach with 9, and JJ Stenger with 8. St. Louis #2 lost against All Saints #1 48-34.St. Louis only had 5 guys this week and they really played for 4 quarters. leading the way for St. Louis was Kurt Siefert with 23 points, Luke Wilson with 5, Adam Vogelsang with 14 and Tyler Kuntz with 2. Leading the way for All Saints 2 team was Kevin Huber with 15, Justin Ryan with 12, and Joe Bueschur with 10. Other scores around the league. St. Michael’s won against St. Mary’s #2 38-34 Holy Family won against St. Mary’s 58-38 St. Maurice won against St. Catherine’s 73-262020 tourneyCourtesy of Bruins Coach Fuzz Springmeyer.
His final words were: “You’re killing an innocent man.” The execution of Daniel Lewis Lee sparked controversy. The victim’s relatives objected the decision to move forward with the execution, and they even sued to try to halt it. Civil rights groups also scrutinized the decision to carry out the execution. Critics argued that the government was creating an unnecessary and manufactured urgency for political gain.The execution of Lee, who died at 8:07 a.m. EDT, went off after a series of legal volleys that ended when the Supreme Court stepped in early Tuesday in a 5-4 ruling and allowed it to move forward.Attorney General William Barr has said the Justice Department has a duty to carry out the sentences imposed by the courts, including the death penalty, and to bring a sense of closure to the victims and those in the communities where the killings happened. On Tuesday the federal government carried out its first execution in 17 years, killing Daniel Lewis Lee, 47, by lethal injection. Lee was convicted of murdering an Arkansas family in a 1990s plot to build a whites-only nation in the Pacific Northwest.Lee, 47, of Yukon, Oklahoma, professed his innocence just before he was executed at the federal prison in Terre Haute, Indiana.“I didn’t do it,” Lee said. “I’ve made a lot of mistakes in my life, but I’m not a murderer.”