On Saturday, David Crosby, founding member of Crosby, Stills & Nash and the Byrds, wrapped up his tour at Port Chester, NY’s Capitol Theatre with The Lighthouse Band, which features Snarky Puppy’s Michael League, Becca Stevens, and Michelle Willis. Following the release of their debut album together, Lighthouse, David Crosby & The Lighthouse Band released a second record, Here If You Listen, earlier this fall.David Crosby & the Lighthouse Band worked through many of the tracks off their new album, as well as Crosby’s “Regina”, and a handful of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young favorites, including “Guinnevere,” “Carry Me,” “Déjà Vu” and the encore closer, “Ohio”.You can watch pro-shot video of the entirety of David Crosby & the Lighthouse Band’s tour closer below:David Crosby & the Lighthouse Band – 12/8/2018 [Full-Show Pro-Shot Video][Video:Relix]Setlist: David Crosby & the Lighthouse Band | The Capitol Theatre | Port Chester, NY | 12/8/2018Set One: The Us Below, Things We Do For Love, 1974, Vagrants of Venice, Regina, Laughing, What Are Their Names, Other Half Rule, By the Light of Common DaySet Two: Glory, The City, Look in Their Eyes, Guinnevere, Janet, Carry Me, Déjà VuEncore: Woodstock, Ohio[H/T Jambands.com]
Apple is making macOS Big Sur available for all compatible MacBook and Mac computers on Thursday, November 12, the Cupertino company announced on Tuesday. Apple launched its new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini that are powered by its in-house M1 chip. The new macOS release, a successor to last year’s macOS Catalina, debuted at WWDC 2020 in June. The operating system is aimed to elevate your computing experience by bringing an upgraded interface, support for universal apps, and the ability to run iOS and iPadOS apps natively. macOS Big Sur is also engineered specifically for the Apple silicon.macOS Big Sur release dateApple VP of Hardware Engineering John Ternus announced the release date of macOS Big Sur during the virtual event on Tuesday. Ternus said that the new operating system would be available for download on Thursday, November 12. Apple unveiled macOS Big Sur at WWDC 2020 — alongside other software updates including iOS 14 and iPadOS 14. In August, the operating system went up for download in public beta.macOS Big Sur compatibility- Advertisement – Apple has also provided updates to Safari, Messages, and Maps that all come preloaded on macOS Big Sur. Similarly, there is support for universal apps, which can run on both new Apple silicon as well as Intel x86 based Mac machines. Developers including Adobe and Omni Group are amongst the first ones to bring universal apps to the macOS world.The macOS update also includes Rosetta 2 that makes apps built for Intel-based Mac machines seamlessly run on M1 systems. Furthermore, Apple has provided support for running iOS and iPadOS apps natively on the latest macOS version.Are iPhone 12 mini, HomePod mini the Perfect Apple Devices for India? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below.- Advertisement – macOS Big Sur is coming to the Mac machines that are currently compatible with macOS 10.15 Catalina. These comprise MacBook 2015 and later, MacBook Air 2013 and later, MacBook Pro late 2013 and later, Mac mini 2014 and later, iMac 2014 and later, iMac Pro 2017 and later, and Mac Pro 2013 and later models. The new macOS version will also come pre-installed on the newly launched MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini that are based on the Apple M1 chip.macOS Big Sur featuresApple has provided an all-new experience with macOS Big Sur that brings full-height sidebars and refreshed toolbars. The Dock has also been refreshed with a uniform shape for app icons. In addition to the interface changes, the new macOS release brings a revamped Notification Center and an upgraded Control Center. The macOS Big Sur update also includes advanced power management to work efficiently with the M1 chip.“macOS Big Sur is engineered, down to its core, to fully take advantage of all the capability and power of M1,” said Apple VP of Software Engineering Craig Federighi.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Sri Lanka cricket team skipper Dinesh Chandimal on Thursday appealed against the ICC’s decision to suspend him from the third Test of the ongoing tour of the West Indies due to ball-tampering.ICC charged Chandimal for ball tampering during the second Test against West Indies after video evidence showed that he applied saliva to the ball just after putting sweet in his mouth.The 28-year-old pleaded not guilty to the charge, and attended the official hearing where match referee Javagal Srinath handed him the maximum punishment – a two match suspension points and a fine of 100 per cent match fee.”Dinesh Chandimal has appealed against the match referee’s findings that saw him suspended for one Test after being found guilty of changing the condition of the ball,” the ICC said on its twitter handle.During a hearing held at the end of the Test, Chandimal admitted putting something in his mouth but failed to recall what it was. The hearing was held in the presense of the Sri Lanka team management as well as the match officials.”After reviewing the footage of the incident, it is clear that Dinesh applied an artificial substance to the ball, namely saliva containing the residue of something he had in his mouth, an action which is prohibited under the ICC Code of Conduct,” Javagal Srinath commented on his decision.”The ICC fully supports the match officials in their decision and will continue to do so in any other such instances,” said ICC Chief Executive David Richardson, backing the Playing Control Team.
As Redick continued with reporters, he found his way to former Clippers guard Darren Collison. A reserve with the Clippers in 2013-14 save for the 35 games he started because others were injured, Redick intimated Collison was an important piece of the puzzle that saw the Clippers win a franchise-best 57 regular-season games.“It also goes to show how good Darren Collison was for us last year,” Redick said. “He kind of did whatever was asked of him at times. He played the 2, at times he went small. I can remember games down the stretch, he’s guarding 3s (small forwards) and battling in the post and getting steals. I mean, the guy was an absolute warrior for us last year and was a big reason we won 57 games given the injuries we had.”Rivers chimes in on D.C.Coach Doc Rivers, typically diplomatic, pulled no punches when assessing how much his team misses Collison, who is now starting for the Sacramento Kings and averaging career-highs in points (16.6) and assists (5.9).“We miss his versatility,” Rivers said. “The one thing I think we miss, his pace. I thought he set the pace for the second unit and we don’t have a great pace. You know, they’re (the reserves) playing better, but they still don’t have the pace like the first unit. Our second unit last year was faster sometimes than our first unit. “This year, we’re slower and I don’t like that. But the biggest thing D.C. did, to me, what people missed was he guarded the points a lot and allowed CP (Chris Paul) to guard 2s. And it would give CP rest. But CP, his weakside defense, with his hands and his ability to get steals, is off the charts. And so we like him off the ball. This year, we haven’t had that ability.”What about those Mavericks?Dallas (26-11) was good without Rajon Rondo. Now that it has acquired the point guard from the Boston Celtics, they figure to be even better.“They’ve been good,” Blake Griffin said of the Mavericks. “They were playing really well without him and it takes time, but it definitely does change the dynamic of their team and it’s a scary thought to add Rondo, one of the best passers, facilitators in the game, to a team with that many weapons.”Dallas has gone 7-3 with Rondo, who has averaged 12.0 points, 8.2 assists and 5.8 rebounds during that time.Rivers talks RondoRondo played for Rivers when Rivers coached the Boston Celtics to an NBA title in 2008. Rivers fondly recalled their time together.“Rondo and I had a hell of a relationship,” Rivers said. “It was up and down, but for the most part it was really good and we talk a lot. So whenever I see him, I don’t want him to do well because usually when I see him it means we’re playing against him. But I cheer for him a lot.” Clippers guard J.J. Redick was asked to talk about his team getting another chance to prove their worth against a winning team when the Clippers (24-12) play host to the Dallas Mavericks at 12:30 p.m. Saturday.Since the Clippers have lost four of their past five such games — beating Golden State but losing to San Antonio, Atlanta, Toronto and Atlanta again — it’s a legitimate concern.“It’s been talked about, we’ve discussed it as a group here and there, especially after some of our losses,” Redick said. “This is a good opportunity for us. You know, there are certain games that are measuring sticks, I guess. I don’t want to use that word because it will end up in a headline.“But there are certain games during the season where you kind of gauge where you’re at as a team. This is probably one of those games.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error