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Leftover Salmon Host The ‘Funkin Bluegrass Bash’ In Chicago: A Gallery

first_imgLoad remaining images The full gallery of photos by Kristine Condon Photography can be viewed below: Leftover Salmon hit Chicago this weekend, playing two nights at The Vic Theatre for the “Funkin’ Bluegrass Bash.” The run featured a bevy of special performances, including Dumpstaphunk and Bonerama on night one, and Love Cannon and The Travelin’ McCourys for night two of the action. As Salmon just celebrated their 25th anniversary in 2015, there’s just no telling how fun a night of music with that band can be!Check out photos from the second night event below, courtesy of Kristine Condon Photography:last_img read more

CS Wind UK Sends Off First Nine Tower Sections

first_imgCS Wind UK has shipped out the first batch of UK-made offshore wind tower sections from the Campbeltown harbour in Scotland.Source: CS Wind UK (Photo: Raymond Hosie)The nine tower sections were loaded onto the Rotra Vente vessel, which is currently located in the Belfast Harbour, according to its AIS.CS Wind UK started the transportation of the tower sections from its Machrihanish factory in Campbeltown to the local harbour on 8 January.The wind turbine tower manufacturer started working on the first sections in late August 2017, with the first unit completed a month later.In July 2016, CS Wind UK signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Siemens to produce up to 200 towers for the company’s offshore wind turbines between 2017 and 2019.In December 2016, Ørsted, former DONG Energy, announced it was making a multi-million pound investment in CS Wind’s new offshore tower manufacturing facility, which gives the offshore wind developer preferred access rights to towers for its wind farms.last_img read more

England reach European U19 Championship semi-final after beating Germany 4-1

first_img 1 Ben Brereton and Ryan Sessegnon each scored a brace as England reached the semi-finals of the European Under-19 Championship with a 4-1 victory over Germany in Georgia.Nottingham Forest forward Brereton’s second-half double gave England a 2-0 lead and after Germany substitute Tobias Warschewski pulled one back with 14 minutes left, Fulham’s Sessegnon added two late goals.The Young Lions, who lost both Trevoh Chalobah and Andre Dozzell to injury inside 15 minutes at David Petriashvili Stadium, progressed to the last four as Group B winners having already beaten Holland and Bulgaria.Next up for England is a semi-final clash with Czech Republic on Wednesday as they remain on target to follow the under-20s’ success at the World Cup last month. Getty Images center_img Ryan Sessegnon scored twice against Germany last_img read more