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Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe Announces Special Jazz Fest After Hours Performance

first_imgKarl Denson is a modern funk icon. Each and every year, the saxophone legend descends on Jazz Fest with a few different projects, and he constantly delivers the tight power-funk that he has built his reputation on. His late night performances with the Greyboy All-Stars and his Tiny Universe are infamous, and very few players have shown the stamina and the passion that Denson has shown over the years. He is a true Jazz Fest legend.This year, with Jazz Fest weekend one in full swing, Karl Denson will bring his Tiny Universe to One Eyed Jacks on Saturday, April 29th for a special performance. This is sure to be a wild night filled with funky improvisation and true Jazz Fest excitement. With so many artists in New Orleans for the week, there’s no telling who might show up to join in on the funk. See below for full details for this sure-to-be-awesome post-Jazz Fest show with Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe at One Eyed Jacks!– SHOW INFO –Artist: Karl Denson’s Tiny UniverseVenue: One Eyed Jacks – 615 Toulouse Street New Orleans, LA 70130Price: $36adv / $40dos (purchase tickets here)Time: Doors 9pm / Show 10pm If you’ll be down in New Orleans for Jazz Fest this year, don’t miss out on all of the awesome late night music options taking place across the city. Learn more about all of the amazing music you can catch at this link.last_img read more

Chancellor Kent Syverud discusses goals, qualifications for next director of athletics

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on March 19, 2015 at 10:38 am Contact Brett: [email protected] | @Brett_Samuels27 Chancellor Kent Syverud hopes that Syracuse University’s next athletics director has aspirations for the school as an academic powerhouse as well as an athletic one, he said Thursday morning.In an interview with The Daily Orange, Syverud discussed the initial search process for a new director of athletics, and what he’s looking for in the next person to take the position. Daryl Gross stepped down Wednesday after 10 years as director of athletics. He will remain at SU as vice president and special assistant to the chancellor, and will teach as an adjunct professor in the David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics.Syverud said his goal for a new athletics director is to hire someone who has extraordinary academic integrity and aspirations for the university as an academic powerhouse, and someone who is able to compete at highest levels in athletics.In addition, he said he hopes the next director will be someone “who pays attention to detail in compliance,” and someone who cares about diversity.Syverud added that the recent NCAA investigation into SU, and the resulting report that the Committee on Infractions released March 6, plays some role in who will take the job next. With the report, the NCAA also levied penalties against the university’s athletics program.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“Whoever is our athletic director is going to be managing a program that’s under probation for a substantial period of time,” Syverud said. “That means it’s going to be someone who pays attention to detail and ensures the entire program is in rigorous compliance with all relevant laws and regulations.” That includes NCAA laws, government laws and Title IX laws.Pete Sala, managing director of the Carrier Dome, will serve as interim director of athletics while the search of a permanent director is conducted.An initial group of people has been identified as part of a search committee, but the committee has not been finalized yet, Syverud said. Filling out the committee requires conversation with faculty, student leaders and the Board of Trustees, and will hopefully be able to begin working as soon as next week or the week after, he said. He added that he expects the university will use a search consultant for the process. Commentslast_img read more

‘Mourinho felt betrayed by Pepe criticism’

first_imgFormer Portugal international Paulo Futre believes that his friend Jose Mourinho will have felt betrayed by Pepe after the centre-back publicly criticised the Real Madrid coach’s treatment of Iker Casillas.Pepe recently suggested that Mourinho of showed a lack of respect toward the Madrid goalkeeper, prompting the Portuguese coach to swiftly hit back at the defender and urge him to focus on his own problems instead.Mourinho has always defended him and didn’t expect that from him in return. I think that’s how he would have felt,” Futre was quoted as saying by Marca.“He gives everything for his players. Pepe was one of his favourites and he might have felt betrayed by his comments.”The former Atletico Madrid winger then went on to discuss Casillas’ situation at Madrid and believes the shot-stopper remains behind Diego Lopez in the pecking order for tactical reasons.“With regard to Casillas, it’s the coach’s decision and there’s no need to speculate. We don’t know what the real problem is and should be speaking about Iker’s proven ability. “I believe it’s a tactical matter, but only the coach can answer the question.”Mourinho recently revealed that he had dropped Casillas in favour of Lopez as he likes the latter’s goalkeeping style more.last_img read more