Watch A Young Prince Dazzle At The Capitol Theatre From 1982 [Full Show Video]

first_imgPrince was always destined for stardom. Even in his earliest days of making music, the Purple One was full of raw talent and uncompromising integrity. Through 40 years of musical activity, Prince never ceased to amaze with his powerful performances and songwriting abilities.While Prince’s 1999 album was the major breakthrough that put him on a national radar, there’s no denying that Prince’s early music could foretell his funky fate. Even this concert, filmed just several months before the release of 1999, shows a young Prince powering through some prime funky classics.Without the power of hits like “Little Red Corvette” and “Delirious” from the 1999 album, which came out in October of 1982, this performance from 1/30/82 at the Capitol Theatre in Passaic, NJ is just perfect. It’s prime funk, soul, R&B… in a word, it’s Prince.Enjoy:Setlist: Prince at the Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ – 1/30/19820:00:00 – The Second Coming0:02:00 – Uptown0:04:50 – Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad?0:12:24 – I Wanna Be Your Lover0:29:14 – Dirty Mind0:35:42 – Do Me, Baby0:45:45 – Controversy0:53:01 – Let’s Work1:00:55 – Encore Applause1:02:55 – Jack U Off1:07:42 – Applause[Video/setlist by Prince on MV]last_img read more

Civil servants allowed to work from home for two weeks

first_imgHe demanded that civil servants not leave their homes except for urgent matters such as buying groceries or going to the hospital and to report such activities to their superiors immediately. Civil servants were also obliged to attend teleconferences or video calls since the ministry banned face-to-face meetings involving lots of attendees.The ministry urged civil servants not to perform duties overseas and to call the medical emergency service on 119 if they have visited countries with confirmed COVID-19 cases. The head of each state agency, he said, should regularly report to the ministry the names of civil servants who needed close observation from the Health Ministry.“During the work-from-home period, all civil servants still have the right to receive monthly performance allowances. However, after it has finished, the head of every agency should evaluate the policy and submit its report to the ministry,” Tjahjo added.According to 2019 data from the National Civil Service Agency (BKN), there are 4.28 million civil servants across the country.As of Sunday, Indonesia has reported 117 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and five deaths. (glh)Topics : The Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform Ministry has allowed civil servants to work from home for two weeks in a bid to curb the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in state offices. The new working arrangement is stipulated in a circular signed by Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform Minister Tjahjo Kumolo.“The policy is in place since Monday and will be effective until March 31,” Tjahjo said in a statement on Monday.Tjahjo said that while all civil servants could work from home, every agency head still needed to assign a few officials at each office to maintain its public service obligation. He also urged the head of every agency to implement the home-office regime based on each civil servant’s type of work, health condition and travel record for the last 14 days.last_img read more

Dream comes true for Lady Eagle winner Florio

first_imgLady Eagle winner Taylor Florio had good Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMod company at the IMCA national awards banquet, joining national champion James Hanusch and national rookie of the year Larry Underwood at the Nov. 30 gala. (Photo by Bruce Badgley, Motorsports Photography) “I’ll race again next year but how much depends on school,” Florio said. “I’ll definitely be at Waco on Fridays and probably Cotton Bowl on Saturdays.” COPPERAS COVE, Texas – Taylor Florio grew up watching Robin Batt and dreaming of the day when she, too, would win the IMCA Lady Eagle award. Those dreams became reality as the Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMod driver from Copperas Cove, Texas, raced to the top point total of the 227 female drivers competing in IMCA this season. She’ll display her Lady Eagle award on the TV stand, right next to the trophy she received in 2015 after becoming the first female driver to win national rookie of the year honors, also in a Southern SportMod.  “I grew up watching Robin race and wanted to be like her. I thought it was the coolest thing ever when she won the Lady Eagle (in 2010) and I wanted to do it, too,” said Florio, who also repeated as the E3 Spark Plugs Texas State champion. “I knew at the beginning of the season we wanted to do it. We set out to achieve our goal and midway through started thinking maybe this was our year. And it was.” Florio’s sponsors are Mid-Tex Paint and Body, Phil’s Motorsports, Custom Transmissions and Florio Racing Chassis, all of Copperas Cove; D & D Cabinetry of Kempner; Fat Daddy’s Design of Hewitt; Mark Herring Race Engines of Plainview; Swenson Racing Components of Boerne; Rhino Racing Rear Ends of McAllen; and Superior Fuel Cells of Creswell, Ore. Crew members include her parents Chris and Traci, Dustin Mooney and Chad Kipp.  She was runner-up behind national champion James Hanusch at 281 Speedway, third at Heart O’ Texas Speedway and sixth at Cotton Bowl Speedway. “We were ecstatic to win the Lady Eagle,” Florio said. “It was a great accomplishment for our entire team. We all worked very hard.” Fourth in national point standings, Florio doubled her career win total with five checkers and added another top 20 finishes in 60 starts at six different tracks. “I raced with a lot of the best of the best drivers in Texas every Friday and Saturday night,” Florio said. “That definitely makes you a better driver.”  The former rodeo rider is a junior at Central Texas College in Killeen, following her grandmother and aunt into the nursing field. last_img read more

Miraculous putt sinks USC in Arizona

first_imgThe Trojans seemed to finally have it in their grasp. The No. 13 USC men’s golf team, 13 months removed from its last tournament victory, was in a great position on the final hole of its title match with New Mexico in the 2010 Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship in Tucson, Ariz.Firing · Freshman T.J. Vogel won his singles match 5 and 4 over UNM’s James Erkenbeck Tuesday at the Callaway Match Play Championships. – Photo courtesy of USC Sports Information The Trojans and Lobos had split the day’s first four matches, leaving USC freshman Martin Trainer and New Mexico’s John Catlin to battle for the deciding point.Trainer was two holes up with two to play but bogeyed the 17th. Catlin made birdie to extend the match. On the par-four 18th, Trainer hit his approach shot to inside 15 feet while Catlin’s second shot left him over 30 feet from the cup.With members of both teams watching around the green, Catlin drained the long putt while Trainer missed his.“Shocked. Absolutely shocked,” USC coach Chris Zambri said about his team’s reaction to Catlin’s putt. “He had about 32 feet, putting straight down a big swell, and if he misses the putt we win, and he made it.”On the first playoff hole Trainer hit his drive into a cactus and made bogey. Catlin made par and gave the Lobos the tournament championship.“I felt like I should have won but I just kind of fell apart at the end,” Trainer said. “It was kind of a miraculous putt on the 18th hole for him but all credit to him.”Trainer’s loss in the final was the only defeat he suffered during the week. He won three straight matches over the first two days of the tournament to help USC reach the final.USC, seeded eighth in the 16-team field, defeated No. 9 Texas Christian University in the first round 4-1 with match victories from Trainer, freshman T.J. Vogel, sophomore Steve Lim and junior Matt Giles.Next up was top-seeded Stanford, ranked No. 2 in the nation. The Trojans squeaked out a 3-2 victory with wins from Trainer, Vogel and Lim.In the semifinals, Trainer, Lim and freshman Stewart Hagestad grabbed wins to help USC beat Colorado State 3-2 and advance to the final.Vogel and Giles won their matches against New Mexico State, but it wasn’t enough.“It’s certainly good preparation for the national championship,” Zambri said, referring to the match play format at the NCAA championship. “You can’t win a national title if you don’t win three matches in match play.”The Trojans were busy over the break as well, finishing in a tie for third at the Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters held March 12 to 14 in Las Vegas.Vogel turned in another impressive display in the desert, finishing second overall for the second straight tournament. His three round total of four over par was one shot behind tournament winner Jesper Kennegard of Arizona State.“My game is about as good as it has been,” Vogel said. “There are a few things I need to work on short game wise but ball-striking wise I’m at the highest I’ve ever been. I feel really confident.”As a team, USC shot 44 over par, nine strokes behind co-champions UNLV and UCLA.Hagestad shot 13 over and finished in a tie for 21st while Trainer posted a 31st place finish at 16 over par. Lim tied for 37th at 18 over and Giles shot 20 over to finish in a tie for 43rd.With two top-three finishes in the last week, the Trojans are heating up as they move into the stretch run of the season.“This gives us confidence that we can compete with the best, even though we’re young,” Vogel said.Zanbri agreed, saying he had high hopes for his team.“We’re definitely rounding into a team that has a chance to win a national title,” he said. “We can compete with the best teams in the country; there’s no doubt about that.”last_img read more

Yankees curse out Angel Hernandez after umpire blows key call

first_imgNaturally, Ford wasn’t happy, Yankees manager Aaron Boone wasn’t happy and New York third base coach Phil Nevin really wasn’t happy. Nevin was ejected for arguing balls and strikes. With Citizens Bank Park empty because of COVID-19, everyone heard just how unhappy he and the Bombers were. Foul language ahead:Phil Nevin gets ejected… Leave it to Angel Hernandez to ruin all the fun with a bad call pic.twitter.com/o2rNd8YNDD— Talkin’ Yanks (@TalkinYanks) August 5, 2020″We all know you don’t want to be here anyway,” Nevin told Hernandez as he was walking to the dugout.MORE: Hernandez was bad in a 2019 Yankees gameYES Network broadcasters brought up that Yankees starter J.A. Happ was not getting similar calls during his abbreviated outing. But that’s Hernandez, who has earned a reputation for being one of MLB’s worst umpires. He also has been the center of controversy off the field. He sued MLB in 2017, claiming racial discrimination (he is of Cuban descent) for why he was denied postseason assignments (he later showed why he shouldn’t have been around in the playoffs.)In June, MLB accused him of eavesdropping on a telephone call that was set up to investigate why Hernandez delayed a Red Sox-Rays game 20 minutes over a rules argument. Hernandez’s attorney told The Athletic that Hernandez was invited to take part in the call. Hernandez was not scheduled to work Game 2 of the Yankees-Phillies doubleheader after being behind the plate for the opener. The Yankees were rallying late in Game 1 of their doubleheader in Philadelphia on Wednesday. They were about to bring the tying run to the plate . . . until umpire Angel Hernandez did what he does, which is miss a pitch.Hernandez called Mike Ford out on strikes on a full-count pitch that should have been Ball 4. Had the pitch been called correctly, the Yankees would have had the bases loaded with one out and Miguel Andujar at the plate in an 11-7 game.last_img read more

Busoga United defeat BIDCO FC in Uganda premier league tie

first_imgBusoga UnitedFC’s head coach, Abby Kikomeko celebrates his club’s second goal.Jinja, Uganda  | THE INDEPENDENT |  Busoga United FC has defeated fellow Eastern based side Bidco FC in a Uganda Premier League match played on Saturday.Busoga United stopped Bidco FC 2-1 in a game played at the Jinja based Arena Stadium. Lawrence Tezikya and David Bagoole netted for Busoga United FC, while Musa Walangalila scored from a header for Bidco FC. Abby Kikomeko, the Busoga United’s head coach says that his players were determined to win the game having lost 2-1 to Onduparaka FC in their previous match.Kikomeko says his players have mastered the art of containing the ball within the midfield which he says will help perform well in the other matches of the second round of the League. Dan Kabaale, the Bidco FC interim coach says he is still laying winning strategies since he is new at the Club.  He adds that fans should be patient with their team as they anticipate for victory in the remaining League matches of the 2019/2020 season. *******URNShare on: WhatsApplast_img read more