Funk powerhouse Turkuaz will embark on a massive tour this coming fall, with nearly 50 stops spanning coast-to-coast beginning in mid-September. In addition to previously announced dates with Sinkane throughout the West Coast, the band will be joined by Con Brio and The Suffers on select stops across the country, with Pimps of Joytime joining later for a pre-New Year’s Eve run in Boston and New Haven. The band will make a noteworthy stop at the newly opened Brooklyn Steel for a hometown throwdown in November, while continuing to dominate the festival circuit at events like Whale Rock Music Festival, Joshua Tree Music Festival, LEAF Festival, and Hangtown Music Festival.With the band’s recent nonstop trajectory, sitting in with Umphrey’s McGee and Mike Gordon this past weekend at Peach Festival and constantly ruling the national touring circuit, it would be a huge mistake to miss Turkuaz on tour. Visually, they’re a sight to behold, from synchronized dance moves down to a coordinated color scheme, but musically, they’re one of the tightest funk acts in the game right now.Live for Live Music is thrilled to be teaming up with the dynamic nine-piece to provide behind-the-scenes coverage, real-time recaps, and more updates from the road throughout the cross-country tour.Special, fan pre-sale tickets are available now at www.turkuazband.com ahead of general public on sale this Friday, Aug 18 @ 12pm local time.
Brisbane has made the top 100 on a list of global cities with the highest home price growth.BRISBANE has beaten London, Beijing and Brussels on a global list ranking cities with the highest home price growth.The latest Knight Frank Global Residential Cities Index ranks the Queensland capital as number 100 based on residential property price growth of 2.1 per cent in the past 12 months. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE But while Brisbane has performed better than some of the other major world cities, it only ranked sixth in Australia.Hobart recorded the highest price growth of 13.1 per cent, jumping from 34th place to 11th on the list. Hobart has ranked 11th on a global list of cities with the highest home price growth. Picture: Roger Lovell.Melbourne came next in 21st place, with 10.2 per cent price growth in the year to December 2017 — up from 24th on the index.Canberra’s residential market is now outperforming Sydney’s, with the nation’s capital sitting at 59th on the list with 5.7 per cent growth.Sydney is in 83rd place on the index with 3.8 per cent price growth, and Adelaide is in the 87th spot with 3.6 per cent growth.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours ago SKY HOMES GOING GANGBUSTERS WHAT PALMER PAID FOR FIG TREE POCKET MANSION BEACH HOUSE SELLS FOR RECORD $18M Brisbane has placed 100th on a list of global cities with the highest property price growth. Picture: Patrick Hamilton.Knight Frank’s Australian head of residential research Michelle Ciesielski said it was encouraging to see six Australian cities crack the top 100.“There is a clear differentiation in the pace of property growth around Australia, with Sydney and Melbourne seeing prices moving towards a more sustainable level of growth,” she said.“The influence by the Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority (APRA) on the lending environment has certainly been felt with many investors retracting from the market on the east coast. “This risk-adverse environment is likely to remain for some time given the current banking royal commission.” Brisbane has cracked the top 100 on a list of global cities with the highest home price growth. Photo: Glenn Hunt/Getty Images.The Global Residential Cities Index assesses house price performance across 150 of the world’s cities.It has found global residential property prices grew 4.5 per cent in 2017, down from 7 per cent in 2016.Berlin led the annual rankings for 2017, with home price growth of 20.1 per cent during the year.
Sam Mellinger, in 6.72 seconds, was runner-up to Proctor’s Damoy Allen (6.54) in the 55-meter dash. Delaney ran 3,200 meters in 9:49.27 and made his way to fourth place.Waldron, Quinn Peters, Nate Hludzenski and Logan Hayes were third in the 4×400 relay in 3:42.02, while Mellinger, David Mahar, Malik Davis and Robert Thompson were third in the 4×200 relay in 1;36.57.Steven Miller had a third-place weight throw of 51’8” and earned fifth place in the shot put, throwing it 44′ 1/2” as Adam Graham was seventh with 39’1” in the shot put and Alex Boak had a seventh-place weight throw of 47’6”.The B’ville girls earned 63 points for a fourth-place finish, which included Karen Ekure’s sprint sweep.In the 55, Ekure went 7.32 seconds as part of a 1-2 effort with Lauren Addario, who finished in 7.47 seconds. Then, in the300, Ekure went 42.48 seconds as F-M’s Phoebe White (43.05) was more than half a second behind.Nearly getting a third title in the 4×200, Ekure, along with Addario, Hannah Johnson and Courtney Botstic, were second in 1:48.73, one-hundredth of a second behind the 1:48.72 from F-M.Johnson, Madison Kennedy, Avamarie Davis and Carlie DeSimon were second in the 4×400 in 4:22.05, also with F-M in front in 4:04.09. Ella Smith, clearing 8 feet, was second in the pole vault to F-M’s Wren Usiatynski (10 feet).Lauren Shaler, with her weight throw of 33’7 1/2”, put herself in fourth place, while Sarah Smiley (32’6”) edged Kathryn Mitts (32’4 1/2”) for sixth place.Allyson Surowick earned fifth place in the 55-meter hurdles in 9.44 seconds and was fifth in the long jump with 16’1 1/4”. Anna Conklin, Sage Springsteen, Sarah Fawwaz and Bailey Nicholson were fifth in the 4×800 in 10:44.61.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Each of the Baldwinsville indoor track and field teams put up superb efforts during last Saturday’s Section III Class AA championship meet at SRC Arena.And for the boys Bees, it nearly meant a sectional title as it earned 88 points, just behind the 91.5 that Cicero-North Syracuse needed to finish on top.On the oval, B’ville got a victory from Connor Waldron, who covered 600 meters in one minute, 27.01 seconds to pull clear of Utica Proctor’s Harris Brankovic (1:29.38) and the field. Adding a second title, Waldron beat the field in the 300-meter dash in 36.98 seconds as another Proctor runner, Azzan Johnson, was second in 37.43 seconds.In the pole vault, Aidan Priest, clearing 11 feet 6 inches, beat out Liverpool’s Jamie Vong (11 feet) for that top spot. Robert Thompson’s long jump of 19’11 1/2” put him second to C-NS’s Isaiah Wright, who won with 21’11 1/2”.In the 1,000-meter run, Jack Michaels finished in 2:42.44, second to the 2:38.96 from C-NS’s R.J. Davis, with Michaels also fifth in the 1,600-meter run in 4;37.65 as he helped Colin Delaney, James Cary and Tom Hagopian get second place in the 4×800 relay in 8:28.89 to the winning 8:25.13 from Fayetteville-Manlius. Tags: Baldwinsvilleindoor track
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – BC Hydro has released statistics of those working on the Site C dam project in July.Compared to the numbers from June of this year, there were 84 fewer workers employed by the project in the first whole month of summer, to a total of 1,721 workers. Of those, 1,345 workers were employed as construction and environmental contractors, with an additional 376 engineers and project staff.The percentage of local hires on the dam site doesn’t seem to have shown much change, although it did increase by one percent to 47%, which means that there were 636 PRRD residents employed as contractors on the dam.- Advertisement -Overall, the number of workers hailing from BC fell one percent, from 83 percent to 82 percent.One thing that did not change from June to July was the number of Temporary Foreign Workers on the project: zero.Hydro added in the release that “as with any construction project, the number of workers — and the proportion from any particular location — will vary month-to-month and also reflects the seasonal nature of construction work.”Advertisement