Last year, ODESZA brought their incredible electronic display to Red Rocks Amphitheatre, amazing fans with their production in both the visual and musical realms. By incorporating live instrumentation into their otherworldly compositions, ODESZA has captured the hearts of dance music purists across the world. Now, they’re coming back for another round of fun.The band has just revealed plans to perform at Red Rocks again, this time on May 27th, 2017. You can find the announcement video and more information about ticket sales in the embedded Facebook post below.To get a taste of what this event will be like, check out the band’s exciting wrap up video from Red Rocks 2016 below.
Researchers work in a laboratory at the Philippine Genome Center on March 12, 2020. Senate President Vicente Sotto III on Sunday called for expanded mass testing for coronavirus disease ahead of the anticipated lifting of enhanced community quarantine. ABS-CBN NEWS “The premature lifting of the strict quarantine regulation could lead to a worse second COVID-19 wave,” Sotto said. MANILA – With areas under enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) likely shifting to general community quarantine (GCQ), Senate President Vicente Sotto III underscored the need to expand mass testing for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). “Let us remember that even among the quarantined population, the threat that the virus had already invaded their communities and even homes without them being aware of it is also high,” Sotto said in a statement. He added that the outcome of COVID-19 mass testing will also warn government leaders against prematurely lifting the ECQ in Metro Manila and other high-risk areas. “Kung sila na nasa bahay lang at sumunod sa lahat ng health protocols ay nag-positive sa virus, siguradong mas malala ang pwedeng mangyari kung ma-lift na ang enhanced community quarantine at ang lahat ay papayagan ng lumabas ng kanilang mga bahay,” said Sotto. Just like in the Senate, according to Sotto, where 20 employees were tested positive for COVID-19 during a rapid testing conducted on staffers, who complied with the government’s order to stay home, did not get exposed to anyone with COVID-19, and did not show nor feel any symptoms of the highly contagious disease. Sotto said that the mass testing conducted by the Department of Health (DOH) in all provinces in the country should also be done to more people for a clearer picture of the extent of COVID-19’s transmission. Metro Manila and other high-risk areas remain under enhanced community quarantine until May 15. All other provinces are under the more relaxed general community quarantine until mid-May./PN read more
While 40 of the world’s top 50 players are contesting the WGC-HSBC Champions event in Shanghai, world number 340 Harrington is one of nine former major champions in the field at Jackson Country Club. Harrington, who reached a career-high third in the world six months after winning his third major title in the 2008 US PGA Championship, will partner fellow major winners Lucas Glover and David Toms in the opening two rounds of the 4million US dollars event. Glover has also plummeted down the rankings since winning the US Open in 2009 and is now a lowly 556th, while 2001 US PGA champion Toms is ranked 173rd. John Daly, YE Yang, Trevor Immelman, Ben Curtis, Chad Campbell and David Duval are the other major winners in the field, which also features rising Australian star Cameron Smith. Smith finished tied fifth on his PGA Tour debut in the CIMB Classic in Malaysia last week to secure his place, the 21-year-old becoming the first player since Alistair Presnell (2010 WGC-Cadillac Championship) to finish in the top 10 in his first PGA Tour start. American Woody Austin won the event when it was last held in 2013 – albeit at a different venue – but since turning 50 in January has been splitting his time between the PGA Tour and Champions Tour, finishing 12th in their Tour Championship on Sunday. ” It’s been a busy schedule here at the end,” Austin told a pre-tournament press conference. “I’ve played more than I wanted to. This will be five weeks in a row, which is way too much. “But when I started playing the Champions Tour during the FedEx play-offs, I didn’t know that I would make it to the Schwab Cup, so the fact that I had a shot to get in the top 30, I went ahead and took that opportunity and played in San Antonio a couple of weeks ago instead of The McGladrey Classic, and played really well. “So it got me into the Tour Championship. So I played again last week, which was going to be a week off. So it’s been a bit of a long stretch. This will be it for the year.” Ireland’s Padraig Harrington will continue his bid to stop his slide down the world rankings in the Sanderson Farms Championship in Mississippi this week. Press Association read more