151 Homes, Shops And Garage In Mieres / Amann Canovas Maruri
ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/346619/151-homes-shops-and-garage-in-mieres-amann-canovas-maruri Clipboard “COPY” Houses Year: 151 Homes, Shops And Garage In Mieres / Amann Canovas Maruri Year: 2012 Projects ArchDaily Area: 2676808 m² Area: 2676808 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project 151 Homes, Shops And Garage In Mieres / Amann Canovas MaruriSave this projectSave151 Homes, Shops And Garage In Mieres / Amann Canovas MaruriSave this picture!© David FrutosHouses•Mieres, Spain 2012 Spain photographs: David FrutosPhotographs: David Frutos+ 46 Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/346619/151-homes-shops-and-garage-in-mieres-amann-canovas-maruri Clipboard Photographs CopySave this picture!© David FrutosText description provided by the architects. This project is produced in a context were the volume of the building is previously strictly define by urban regulations so the exterior form is not a problem to be considered, – thanks! – For this reason it is possible to concentrate the design energy in other conditions. In this case in the specific study of the functional variables of housing: type. Save this picture!© David FrutosThe proposal is a building protected by two galleries, that has a interior dwellings space released of the presence of the structure. The mechanical and wet spaces are concentrated around a “technical wall”. This decision allows: cross ventilation, free disposition of storage and flexible spaces. Save this picture!© David FrutosThe galleries are configured as an intermediate space between the inner housing and contact with the city. They are warm in winter and cool in summer. They are a thermal insulation space for the building and a same time a in-between space for different uses. The dwelling is thought around natural regulated thermal condition, the space in-between defend from noise and seeks defuse light, and protect from exterior views, to provide the best living ambience. The use of galleries is very traditional in the North of Spain, where rain and clouds are common every day, and reduce the use of heating in the winter. The summers are very humid so easy cross ventilation is an important necessity. The interior patio is place for some trees that help to protect the views and the noise between different dwellings.Save this picture!Ground Floor PlanSave this picture!© David FrutosThe urban facade is solved with a polycarbonate skin located on the front of the continuous terrace, on the first level, instead of polycarbonate, the façade is made of perforated steel sheet. This skin is opened by a sliding system, which solves the relationship of the dwellings with the outside. The second front of the gallery is lined with ceramic tiles of various colors. The system allows a intermediate location between the outside temperature and the internal working climate condition. The interior color of the ceramic is in contrast with the gray skies of the area.Project gallerySee allShow lessThe Woolworth Building @ 100 ExhibtionEventFashion Mogul Commissions OMA to Convert Venice PalazzoArchitecture News Share Architects: Amann Canovas Maruri Area Area of this architecture project “COPY” CopyAbout this officeAmann Canovas MaruriOfficeFollowProductsSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesMieresRetailHousingSpainPublished on March 20, 2013Cite: “151 Homes, Shops And Garage In Mieres / Amann Canovas Maruri” 20 Mar 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
House in Nagatoro / CASE-REAL
CopyHouses•Saitama, Japan Houses Photographs Japan House in Nagatoro / CASE-REAL 2013 photographs: Hiroshi MizusakiPhotographs: Hiroshi Mizusaki ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/559214/house-in-nagatoro-case-real Clipboard Area: 119 m² Area: 119 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Save this picture!© Hiroshi Mizusaki+ 30 Share House in Nagatoro / CASE-REALSave this projectSaveHouse in Nagatoro / CASE-REAL Ohno JAPAN, Hirofumi Ohno Year: Projects 2013 Architects: CASE-REAL Area Area of this architecture project “COPY” “COPY” ArchDaily ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/559214/house-in-nagatoro-case-real Clipboard Design:Koichi Futatusmata, Yasushi ArikawaDesign Cooperation, Construction:Moriya-yashio building firmLighting Plan:BRANCH lighting designManufacture Of Furniture:E&YCity:SaitamaCountry:JapanMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Hiroshi MizusakiRecommended ProductsMetallicsTECU®Copper Surface – Classic CoatedFiber Cements / CementsDuctal®Ductal® Cladding Panels (EU)WoodEGGERLaminatesWoodParklex International S.L.Wood cladding – FacadeText description provided by the architects. This is a residential plan in the Chichibu area of the Saitama prefecture. With the beautiful silhouettes of the Mt. Kamafuse in the background, the site is located within a farming land rich of fields.Save this picture!Floor PlanThis residential house consists of 2 views, the outer is an objective one of the mountains and housing structure, the other is a subjective view from inside of the house.Save this picture!© Hiroshi MizusakiThe roof may look like a simple gabled roof, instead it is a combination of two shed roofs in different length and height connected with an adjusted angle. This gives the volume of the structure seen from the West side where the approach is, to naturally follow the silhouette of the mountains.Save this picture!© Hiroshi MizusakiAlso the beautiful mountains are used as a borrowed scenery looking from the inside through the windows in the volume of the opposite East side. The wide hallway running through the two volumes functions as the axis to connect the private and public spaces of this house.Save this picture!© Hiroshi MizusakiProject gallerySee allShow lessNorman Foster’s Interview with The European: “Architecture is the Expression of Values”InterviewsThe Digit / Anagram ArchitectsSelected Projects Share Year: Structural Engineer: CopyAbout this officeCASE-REALOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesSaitamaHousesJapanPublished on October 30, 2014Cite: “House in Nagatoro / CASE-REAL” 30 Oct 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
theEnd looks to capitalize on new arena space
TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history The Ed and Rae Schollmaier Arena opens next month and will have a great space for TCU organizations to take advantage of. Matt Johnson https://www.tcu360.com/author/matt-johnson/ Facebook Twitter Matt is a senior film major and journalism minor from The Woodlands, Texas. He covers Arts, Entertainment and Media for TCU360. Matt Johnsonhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/matt-johnson/ Previous articleStudents advocate to end human trafficking with the help of pancakesNext articleStudents give advice for upcoming finals Matt Johnson RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter TCUnderground holds auditions to prepare for its festival in April ReddIt TCUnderground promotes community and diversity through artistic expression + posts The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive years New library renovation plans draw mixed reactions Matt Johnsonhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/matt-johnson/ ReddIt Matt Johnsonhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/matt-johnson/ Matt Johnson Linkedin Facebook Frog Corps continues to grow, promote school spirit Linkedin printWith the opening of the Ed and Rae Schollmaier Arena coming this month, one organization at TCU is looking to capitalize on the updated space to provide a better experience for TCU students.theEnd is a growing organization that plans and hosts events for the TCU community. Having comedians like Bo Burnham and Vanessa Bayer come to perform proved to be popular with students earlier this semester and last year.Jesus Contreras, director of theEnd, said the updated space is going to be an important factor in expanding their audience and hosting bigger events that wouldn’t be possible in the smaller Brown-Lupton University Ballroom.“We are getting steady numbers but now are just working on how to make the experience something that people would want to plan months in advance for,” Contreras said. “We just want to give people a reason to say that they go to the best school on Earth.”The new space will allow the organization to have options with its venues.The arena can host events, like concerts, that need more than 2000 seats, Contreras said.James Creange, a sports broadcasting major and frequenter of theEnd events, said he is looking forward to all the upcoming events and experiencing them in a new, exciting environment.“I think it’s great that theEnd is making use of the arena space because it provides room for an already great organization to grow,” Creange said. “I’m a big supporter of anything that promotes campus unity.”The Ed and Rae Schollmaier Arena will have its ribbon cutting and open house on December 15. TCU Frog Camps returning to more traditional look this summer
Jailed blogger’s retrial adjourned again as military plays for time
January 22, 2021 Find out more February 6, 2021 Find out more EgyptMiddle East – North Africa Organisation Help by sharing this information Less press freedom than ever in Egypt, 10 years after revolution Reporters Without Borders deplores the latest adjournment yesterday of jailed blogger Maikel Nabil Sanad’s retrial by court martial on a charge of insulting the armed forces in his blog. After Sanad’s original conviction was overturned on appeal, the retrial was initially scheduled to have begun on 13 October.“We condemn this persistence in persecuting Sanad and call for his immediate release,” Reporters Without Borders said. “This military court should dismiss the charges against him. The repeated postponement of the hearings and the refusal to release him on bail are being used to prolong his detention. The original trial was unfair and violated the principles of justice. After its verdict was rightly quashed, the retrial must not be used to repeat the first trial.”Reporters Without Borders is very concerned about Sanad’s state of health. He has been detained for nearly seven months and has been on hunger strike for 57 days. His relatives say they are alarmed about the deterioration in his physical condition and fear he could die. The authorities are still refusing to hospitalize him.Sanad told his brother Mark on 17 October that he intended to boycott the retrial. Neither he, nor his family nor his lawyer went to the military court yesterday for the scheduled start of the new trial. According to his brother, Sanad does not want to participate in “this soap opera that the military has cooked up.”A campaign in support of Sanad as well as campaigns in support of jailed bloggers and conscientious objectors in other countries is available on this website. News RSF_en October 19, 2011 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Jailed blogger’s retrial adjourned again as military plays for time Detained woman journalist pressured by interrogator, harassed by prison staff Receive email alerts February 1, 2021 Find out more to go further News ——————-Jailed blogger’s brother harassed for supporting him September 22nd, 2011Reporters Without Borders condemns attempts to intimidate detained blogger Maikel Nabil Sanad’s brother, Mark Sanad, who says he has been threatened with imprisonment because of his public support for Maikel.The press freedom organization reiterates its call for the detained netizen’s immediate release and urges the authorities to renounce the use of intimidatory methods worthy of the Mubarak era.After visiting his brother in prison on 20 September, Mark Sanad said: “I was threatened with being detained if I do not keep quiet and stop defending my brother. I will not stop. Let them detain me. I have no problem with that.” The authorities also allegedly hid drugs in his bag with the apparent aim of charging him with drug trafficking.Mark Sanad said that his brother’s health is worsening, that he has already lost more than 12 kilos in weight after going on hunger strike, and that he is refusing to go to the prison infirmary. Mark added that he feared his brother will not hold out until his appeal, which is due to be heard on 4 October.A peaceful march was staged on 19 September to demand Maikel Nabil Sanad’s release and an end to trials of civilians before military courts. The march started at Cairo’s Tahrir Square.The blogger’s father, Nabil Sanad, has received no reply to the seven letters he has so far sent to the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces to request his son’s release. He says he will take the Egyptian authorities before the International Court of Justice if his son dies in detention. Reporters Without Borders would encourage such an initiative.—————————-Jailed blogger resumes hunger strike, in critical condition again17 September 2011While the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces threatens to use the state of emergency law against all journalists who “endanger social peace,” the blogger Maikel Nabil Sanad¸ Egypt’s first prison of conscience since the revolution, is still in prison, has reportedly resumed his hunger strike and is in a critical physical condition again.“We urge the Supreme Council to release Sanad and all the other prisoners of conscience at once,” Reporters Without Borders said. “A security policy involving the jailing of journalists and bloggers convicted by military courts is steadily undermining hopes of a democratic transition in Egypt.”According to the information obtained by Reporters Without Borders, Sanad has resumed his hunger strike and is again refusing to drink. In messages to his brother on 13 and 14 September, he reportedly said he was “unable to leave bed now” and suffered “loss of vision” as soon as he stood up.Sanad has also denied telling the prison authorities that he wanted no more visits. “Do not believe so much the army officers or the military judges, because they lie too much,” he wrote. “I am not refusing visits and I strongly need them.” His brother and presidential candidate Bothaina Kamel are among the people who have repeatedly tried to visit him in Cairo’s Al-Marg prison. “I wanted to see (you), but the prison administration were the ones to refuse.”Arrested on 28 March for denouncing human rights violations and the military’s close relationship with the government in his blog (http://www.maikelnabil.com), Sanad was sentenced to three years in prison by a military court on 10 April. He began a hunger strike on 23 August and stopped drinking a week later. He was rushed to the prison infirmary on 3 September.After being hospitalized, Sanad let it be known that he was determined to resume his hunger strike and stop drinking against regardless of the outcome.Reporters Without Borders urges the Supreme Council to free Sanad without delay, so that it is not held responsible for the blogger’s death in detention. EgyptMiddle East – North Africa The verdict was supposed to be issued on Dcember 7, but was once agin postponed to December 14 : read the press release published by Reporters Without Borders.————-Jailed blogger’s retrial adjourned again as military plays for time 2011.10.19 Al Jazeera journalist Mahmoud Hussein back home after four years in prison Follow the news on Egypt News —————–Authorities urged to free blogger at military court appeal3 October 2011Reporters Without Borders reiterates its call for the release of the blogger Maikel Nabil Sanad, whose appeal against his jail sentence is to be heard by a military court on 4 October. Arrested on 28 March for criticizing the armed forces, Sanad was sentenced to three years in prison by a military court on 10 April. He has been on hunger strike for more than 40 days.“The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces must free Sanad,” Reporters Without Borders said. “The health of this netizen, Egypt’s first prisoner of conscience since Hosni Mubarak’s overthrow, is getting worse. “This appeal is the last chance for the authorities to show a commitment to human rights, justice and democracy. The court must recognize that he was unfairly convicted by a court martial because of his views and his articles.”Sanad’s health is deteriorating steadily as a result of the hunger strike. He is now suffering from serious renal problems, anemia and scabies. He has requested a medical examination in vain.Reporters Without Borders wrote to the attorney-general in Cairo on 26 September requesting permission to visit Sanad in prison. No reply has so far been received. News
Fact-checkers harassed on social networks
Robin Grassi / RSF “More and more fact-checkers are being targeted,” Alexios Mantzarlis, the head of the Poynter Institute’s International Fact-Checking Network, told RSF. “This is an emerging trend. Their work was less well known before.” Journalists who specialize in fact-checking at the Vera Files NGO in the Philippines have also been the targets of threats, insults and aggressive misinformation campaigns. Receive email alerts “Online harassment is a growing threat to press freedom, said Elodie Vialle, the head of RSF’s Journalism and Technology desk. “Fact-checkers are targeted with the aim of intimidating them and silencing their reporting of the factual inaccuracies they find. But their work of verifying claims and putting them in context has become indispensable for maintaining the integrity of the public debate, which nowadays mostly takes place online.” July 25, 2018 Find out more to go further They verify online content, put claims in their context and track viral rumours. They check what politicians say, analyse fake photos and investigate much of the other misinformation that circulates massively on social networks. And for their trouble, they have been subjected to growing attacks, insults, threats and smears in the run-up to the general elections due to be held in Brazil on 7 and 28 October. BrazilFrancePhilippinesItalyAmericasEurope – Central AsiaAsia – Pacific Protecting journalistsOnline freedoms InternetFreedom of expressionViolence Disinform, amplify and intimidate: attacking press freedom online When content on Facebook is rated as “false” by fact-checkers, its reach, meaning the number of people seeing it, falls by 80%. This is regarded as a form of censorship by many political groups, who have responded with massive campaigns designed to discredit the work of the fact-checkers. A 299-page PDF that contains detailed information about 40 Brazilian journalists (including Lupa’s) and uses this information to rate each one according to their supposed political bias, has been widely circulated on WhatsApp. BrazilFrancePhilippinesItalyAmericasEurope – Central AsiaAsia – Pacific Protecting journalistsOnline freedoms InternetFreedom of expressionViolence News Help by sharing this information An RSF report in July, entitled “Online harassment of journalists: the trolls attack,” offers 25 recommendations for addressing this problem. They include more training for journalists, holding online platforms to account for the content they host, and creating alert mechanisms. News News Follow the news on Americas RSF publishes report on online harassment of journalists News Organisation Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is alarmed by an increase in online harassment of a new kind of investigative journalists, those who verify the accuracy of social network posts. These fact-checkers have been the one of the favourite targets of trolls during the current election campaign in Brazil. September 28, 2018 Fact-checkers harassed on social networks April 12, 2018 Find out more The Brazilian fact-checking agency Lupa has received thousands of hostile tweets, many of them containing death threats, since last spring. The trigger for what have been coordinated online campaigns was the announcement in May of a partnership between Facebook and several Brazilian fact-checking initiatives, including Lupa, aimed at limiting the spread of misinformation ahead of the election. RSF_en Italian fact-checker David Puente has long been getting online death threats but they escalated after he revealed that a fake Facebook account was being used to smear Roberto Saviano, a journalist famous for his coverage of the mafia. And then a fake news story circulated on line reporting that Puente had been arrested … for paedophilia! In France, Samuel Laurent, the journalist who heads the newspaper Le Monde’s fact-checking section called Les Décodeurs, has just announced that he is putting his Twitter account “on hold” as a result of the systematic harassment to which he has been subjected. How buying bots threatens the freedom to inform February 22, 2018 Find out more
[Red Fort Violence] “Second Arrest Prima Facie Illegal, Abuse Of Rule Of Law”: Deep Sidhu Argues As Delhi Court Reserves Order In His Bail Plea In ASI FIR
News Updates[Red Fort Violence] “Second Arrest Prima Facie Illegal, Abuse Of Rule Of Law”: Deep Sidhu Argues As Delhi Court Reserves Order In His Bail Plea In ASI FIR Nupur Thapliyal24 April 2021 1:28 AMShare This – xAs the Delhi Court on Saturday reserved orders in the bail application filed by Deep Sidhu in connection with the second FIR registered by the Archaeological Survey of India alleging damage to the historic monument and vandalism by rioters, Advocate Abhishek Gupta appearing on his behalf argued before the Court that the conduct of the investigating agency for arresting him was prima facie illegal and arbitrary and was a sheer abuse of Rule of Law.During the course of hearing today before the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, Abhishek Gupta argued at length seeking grant of bail on the following major points: first, both the FIRs were identical and based on similar facts, second, having granted bail in one FIR, bail must be granted in the said FIR also and third, the arrest was illegal, mala fide and arbitrary.On FIRs being Identical and SimilarStarting with the submissions, Gupta submitted before the Court that not only were the contents of the FIRs and allegations similar, but the replies given by the Prosecution were also same as far as dealing with both the cases.”I can show from the ASJ’s order. I will show exactly same words, same sentences which are identical. The premium agency like Delhi Crime Branch, something like this is not acceptable. We are a country governed by Rule of Law.” Gupta argued.Arguing that the two FIRs involves similar Acts and provisions, Gupta submitted that since the sessions court had already dealt with the contents, bail ought to be given in the said FIR also as all the allegations were the subject matter of the earlier bail wherein bail was granted.”Two of the special Acts like PDPA and Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites Act were also invoked in the first FIR. But please look at this FIR. Only one new section from another Act is added which Prevention of Insults to National Honours Act. Under this section also, the maximum punishment is one year. A little detail has been added in the second FIR. Rest, all the allegations and incidents are identical.” Gupta submitted.Conduct of Investigating Agency Prima Facie Arbitrary and IllegalArguing that Sidhu was termed as the primary conspriator by the investigating agency only because he was a popular face, Gupta submitted thus:”He was present at a wrong place, at a wrong time. His only mistake was that he was just there while some people were hoisting some flag. People were raising certain religious slogans but these slogans are similar to any other religious slogans.”Furthermore, Gupta went ahead to submit that the conduct of the investigating agency and the time of arrest effected by them was grossly in violation of Article 21. He submitted: “This is a question I pose to myself and we all must ask ourselves: Why? Why did they arrest me? The time, the event of arrest is grossly illegal. They can’t behave like this. We are governed by Rule of Law. This is making a mockery of the system. This is such an abuse of power. What can be a better case of abuse of power than this? There can be none. The investigating agency cannot justify the time and event of arrest.” Submitting that what cannot be done directly, cannot be done indirectly also, Gupta argued that the investigating agency cannot effect the arrest as they please and that valid justifications have to be given by them.Arguing that the Crime Branch was behaving like emperors, Gupta submitted that “If this is not fraud, what is it then. Why was this arrest effected? This arrest is prima facie arbitrary, illegal, fraudulent and mala fide. It goes against the judgments laid by the Supreme Court. They cannot do what they please, even they have to be within their limits.”Submissions of the ProsecutionDenying the allegations of the FIR being similar and identical, the Public Prosecutor argued before the Court that there was no answer given by the defense as to why they did not go to the Delhi High Court for quashing of the said FIR. PP argued this:”If we go by the factual matrix of the present case, it is very sure that this case was an unfortunate incident and the accused has an active role. We have CDR, and according to the Videos and CDR, his role can be seen. If both offences are committed at the same place, it doesn’t mean we cannot register two FIRs.”Highlighting that Sidhu might tamper with the investigation if granted bail, PP also argued that no answer was given by defense as to when a route was given to them by the Police, why did they chose not to follow it?”Red Fort is an ancient monument. They defaced it, destroyed it. It was a part of a bigger Conspiracy. Case is sensitive in nature so the bail application be rejected.” PP argued.Hearing both the parties at length, the Court reserved the order for Monday.About the FIRDeep Sidhu was arrested again hours in another FIR filed by the Archaeological Survey of India after being granted bail in the FIR pertaining to red fort violence case connection with the violence that broke out during the farmer’s tractor rally on Republic Day.The FIR was registered on the basis of a complaint made by Gunjan Kumar Srivastava, Superintendent Archaeologist alleging that a mob barged inside the Lahore Gate, damaged electrical fittings of illuminated lights, charged towards the Red Fort rampart and forcefully hoisted a flag on the pole where the Hon’ble PM hoists Indian National Flag on independence day.The said FIR has been registered under sec. 147, 148, 149, 153, 452, 34 of IPC along with sec. 25, 27 of Arms Act, Sec. 3, 4 of PDPP Act, Sec. 2 of Prevention of Insults to National Honours Act and Sec. 30A, 30B of Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains Act.Stating that Red Fort is a UNESCO World Heritage Monument which is protected under the provisions of the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains Act, 1958, the FIR alleges that on the Republic Day at around 12:10 PM, about 25 tractors and 200-300 protestors entered Gyanpath area through Netaji Subhas Marg and attempted to push their way into the Red Fort through the Lahori Gate.Grant of Bail to Deep Sidhu in Red Fort Violence FIRWhile granting bail to Sidhu, Additional Sessions Judge Neelofer Abida Perveen observed thus:”The prosecution’s case rests largely and on contents of video recordings and footage available and accessible to all on social media sites in public domain. There is a remote possibility of applicant being able to interfere with the content on such platform.”Bail was granted subject to his furnishing personal bond with two local sureties in the sum of Rs. 30,000/- each to the satisfaction of the Court.Tags#Delhi Court deep sidhu bail Archaeological Survey Of India Red Fort Republic Day #Farmers Protest Next Story
Pigeons Playing Ping Pong Roll Out Initial Fall Tour Dates
The funk (and fun) does not stop with Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, as they’ve just released initial dates for a Fall tour. The high-energy psychedelic funk act will perform in every corner of the country in support of their upcoming studio album Pizazz. Joining the band for a great portion of this tour are Flamingosis, along with two shows with Formula 5.Pigeons Playing Ping Pong will begin their tour on August 31 in Syracuse, NY following a busy summer of high profile festivals and a debut performance at Red Rocks Amphitheater on August 13 alongside moe. and Twiddle. The animated quartet plans for a dense October, playing gigs in Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, California and Arizona. The month culminates with a special Halloween run, including three nights in Texas and Halloween night in Atlanta.Although PPPP’s announced dates end at November 2 in Nashville, lead singer Greg Ormont promises, “This is only the first wave of dates. We’re so proud of Pizazz that we want to bring it to everyone this Fall. We’re ready to get the funk down!”Alongside this tour announcement, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong is introducing “Flock Club Ticketing” to fans who wish to secure tickets before they go on sale to the general public. The band will send a free digital download of their new live album The Great Outdoors Jam plus bonus material as a “thank you” to anyone who purchases pre-sale tickets through “Flock Club Ticketing” on Pizazz Tour.Flock Club Ticketing for Pizazz Tour begins on Wed Jun 7th at 10AM here and general ticketing begins on Friday June 9 at 10AM here.Pigeons Playing Ping Pong 2017 Fall Tour Dates:8/31/2017 Syracuse, NY @ Westcott Theater*9/01/2017 Buffalo, NY @ Iron Works*9/21-23/2017 Thornville, OH @ Resonance Music Festival10/10/2017 Bozeman, MT @ Eagles Ballroom $10/11/2017 Missoula, MT @ Top Hat $10/12/2017 Sandpoint, ID @ The Hive $10/13/2017 Seattle, WA @ Nectar Lounge $10/14/2017 Portland, OR @ Star Theater $10/15/2017 Bend, OR @ Volcanic Pub $10/19/2017 San Francisco, CA @ Independent $10/20/2017 Santa Cruz, CA @ Catalyst Atrium $10/21/2017 Los Angeles, CA @ Troubadour $10/22/2017 San Diego, CA @ Casbah $10/24/2017 Phoenix, AZ @ Last Exit Live $10/26/2017 Dallas, TX @ Club Dada $10/27/2017 Austin, TX @ Mohawk $10/28/2017 Houston, TX @ White Oak Upstairs $10/31/2017 Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West $11/01/2017 Chattanooga, TN @ Revelry Room $11/02/2017 Nashville, TN @ Exit/In $* w/ Formula 5$ w/ Flamingosis[cover photo by Phierce Photo]
Mike Gordon Debuts New Originals, Led Zeppelin Cover At Solo Tour Opener In Atlanta [Video/Audio]
On Friday night, Mike Gordon kicked off his March 2019 solo tour with a performance at Atlanta, GA’s Variety Playhouse. The Phish bassist and his talented solo band had plenty of surprises in store for their tour-opening show including the debuts of a pair of new songs, the solo debut of “Infinite” (first introduced with Phish last summer), and more.After getting started with “Steps” and “Stealing Jamaica”, Gordon and his band—comprised of guitarist Scott Murawski, keyboardist/organist Robert Walter, drummer John Kimock, and percussionist Craig Myers—moved into the first new original of the night, “Acid Man”. “Mind Mischief” followed before moving smoothly into a cover of Talking Heads‘ “Cities”.Mike Gordon – “Cities” [Talking Heads cover][Video: runaway jr]Next up was Gordon-penned tune “Infinite”, making its first appearance at a Mike Gordon solo show after popping up twice at Phish shows in 2018. The band rounded out their first set with “Tiny Little World” and “Victim 3D”.Gordon and company kicked off their second set with “Let’s Go”, another Mike tune that got its start with Phish before making the jump to his solo shows. “Peel”, “Marissa”, and “Jumping” followed before the band broke out another pair of debuts: new original “Sughn Never Sets” and a cover of Led Zeppelin‘s “D’yer Ma’ker”. “Say Something” closed out the set before Gordon and the band returned to the stage for an encore performance of “How Many People Are You”.You can download a full audience audio recording of Mike Gordon’s tour opener in Atlanta here.Mike Gordon’s solo tour continues tonight, Saturday, March 9th, with a performance in Asheville, NC. For a full list of Mike Gordon’s upcoming tour dates, head here.Setlist: Mike Gordon | Variety Playhouse | Atlanta, GA | 3/8/19Set One: Steps, Stealing Jamaica, Acid Man , Mind Mischief > Cities, Infinite , Tiny Little World, Victim 3DSet Two: Let’s Go, Peel, Marissa, Jumping, Sughn Never Sets, D’yer Ma’ker > Say SomethingEncore: How Many People Are You, Debut. Mike Gordon debut.
Shining a light on an era
In 1854, a young man slipped out of Virginia on a ship to Boston, leaving slavery behind. But his freedom was short-lived. Several months after Anthony Burns arrived, his owner, citing the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 as legal justification, seized him. Burns’ arrest enraged local abolitionists, fueled a deadly riot, and spurred a burgeoning anti-slavery movement.A new production at the A.R.T. developed by director Steven Bogart and members of the A.R.T. Institute, the theater’s graduate training program, shines light on the plight of Burns and the Boston abolitionists who tried to free him.“It was a moment in Massachusetts history where the entire area — Boston, Cambridge, all the way from Worcester to Newburyport — rallied to try to save this man from going back into slavery,” said Bogart, who directs “The Boston Abolitionists Project.” The collaborative work is part of the National Civil War Project, a multiyear collaboration among Harvard, the A.R.T., and several other arts and academic organizations that have joined forces to create theatrical works and educational programs about the Civil War and the issues surrounding it.Bogart’s creative journey with the new play began last fall at a roundtable discussion with Harvard scholars and artists, part of the four-year national project. He also met with Harvard specialists in the field, including Timothy McCarthy, a lecturer on history and literature and the director of the Sexuality, Gender, and Human Rights Program at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, to explore the era’s complexities.“Tim has been really instrumental in sending us in the right direction, suggesting resources and other associations in terms of the historical time period,” said Bogart. “This is the first time I have tried to devise a piece based on a historic event with historic characters, and the idea of connecting with Harvard professors who are experts in the field was really exciting, and absolutely necessary.”The Burns trial is the underlying theme of the production, whose large cast of characters includes a lawyer for the captured man, and prominent abolitionists such as Harriet Jacobs and William Lloyd Garrison. The production also features readings from “Uncle Tom’s Cabin,” the anti-slavery novel by Harriet Beecher Stowe that “took the nation by storm and was part of the fuel for the abolitionist movement,” said Bogart.McCarthy, who teaches the general education course “Culture and Belief 49: American Protest Literature from Tom Paine to Tupac” with John Stauffer, chair of the History of American Civilization Program and another consultant on the show, said the experience inspired him to think differently about “how history can come alive.” McCarthy hopes to integrate the theater process into the class, along with a sense of how theater “creates public space for us to engage with and debate matters of great political consequence.”This summer, he’ll also try his hand at playwriting with a work about four prominent female abolitionists.“As historians we piece together fragments from the past and create a story that will resonate with or tantalize or inspire an audience of readers,” said McCarthy. “[This] really challenged me to think about how history comes alive for an audience of viewers.”In many ways, the intensely collaborative process, which included input from Bogart, Harvard professors, and A.R.T. Institute students and staff, mirrored the kind of movement that the creative team sought to dramatize, said McCarthy.“It really reflects the spirit of the abolitionist movement, which was not a movement that was led by one or two prominent people. This was a collective effort that was led over several decades to eradicate slavery.”“The Boston Abolitionists Project” will be performed in the Loeb Experimental Theater at 7:30 p.m. through Friday.