Post Malone

25 Apr 19
Metro
BTS have pinched Drake’s touring crown (Pictures: AP, Getty) BTS are coming for Drake’s crown as the K-pop band have sold more tickets than the God’s Plan rapper so far in 2019. The Boy With Luv singers are heading out on their BTS World Tour: Love Yourself jaunt this summer with dates across North America, Europe and two nights at London’s Wembley Stadium in June. It’s timed perfectly following the release of their new number one album Map Of The Soul: Persona, which was released earlier in April. With their success going global, it’s no surprise that BTS tour tickets are in high demand this year. According to StubHub UK, the world’s largest ticket marketplace, BTS have beaten the likes of Drake, Ariana Grande and Spice Girls in their list of the top-selling gigs of 2019. The data, which shows ticket sales from January to April 2019, reveals that Drake is second place followed by Post Malone, Panic! At The Disco and the Spice Girls reunion tour rounding off the top five. Drake will have to bow down to the K-pop kings (Picture: WireImage) BTS are killing right now (Picture: AP) Also included in the top 10 are Twenty One Pilots, Ariana Grande, Shawn Mendes and Pink, while Wireless is the most in-demand music festival on their marketplace. A StubHub UK spokesperson said: ‘K-pop is certainly having its moment in the music scene at the moment and rising in popularity at an unstoppable rate. ‘It was a really surprising result to find that BTS have surpassed the likes of Drake when it comes to ticket demand, suggesting that the new music craze is here to stay.’ They added: ‘We see many trends in music and sport through our ticket sales on StubHub, what remains consistent is that fans are increasingly enjoying being in the moment with their idols.’ It’s surprising news for Drake who has just wrapped up the UK leg of his Assassination Vacation tour, which included an epic seven-night stint at London’s O2 Arena. [metro-tag-post-strip] BTS are riding high at the moment with their Halsey collaboration, Boy With Luv, clocking up over 209 million views on YouTube in just a week. Meanwhile, Map Of The Soul: Persona has made BTS the first band since The Beatles to get a third number one album on the Billboard 200 chart in 12 months. [metro-fact-box id=”7022752″ title=”Got a showbiz story?” icon=”exclamation” /] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/04/22/bts-become-first-band-since-beatles-get-third-no-1-album-billboard-200-chart-12-months-9283074/” title=”BTS becomes the first band since The Beatles to get a third No. 1 album on Billboard 200 chart in 12 months”] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/04/21/bts-reach-new-heights-adorable-laugh-way-boy-luv-dance-rehearsal-9282138/” title=”BTS reach new heights of adorable as they laugh their way through Boy With Luv dance rehearsal”]
25 Apr 19
Oroville Mercury-Register
Thursday Community Oroville Planning Commission: 7 p.m. City of Oroville Council Chambers, 1735 Montgomery St. Fourth Thursday. Gray Lodge Wildlife Area: Sunrise to sunset. 9,100 acres of fields, riparian areas, ponds and waterways; shelter for 300+ species of resident and migrant birds and mammals. Self-guided nature trail, hunting, exhibits. 3207 Rutherford Road, Gridley. 846-7500. Weekly. TOPS CA2249 Oroville: 8:30-10 a.m. Oroville Center for Spiritual Living, 3135 Oro Dam Blvd East, 589-2725. Weekly. YMCA Health & Fitness: 8:45-9:45 a.m. Pilates. 10-11 a.m. Silver Sneakers. 4:45-5:30 p.m. Yoga. 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. Cardio Aerobics. 1684 Robinson St. 533-9622. Weekly. Bolt’s Antique Tool Museum: 10 a.m.-3:45 p.m. 13,000+ tools, auto parts, old kitchen utensils and more.  Admission $3, free to under age 12; $2.50 AAA members, groups 15+. Tuesdays: Half price to seniors. Call for group tour appointments. No entrance fee to ladies on Thursdays. 538-2528, 538-2406. 1650 Broderick St. Weekly. Oroville library: 10-11 a.m. Computer Comfort; 3:30-4:30 p.m. Kids’ STEAM Team: Rare Works of Art. 1820 Mitchell Ave. 538-7641. Weekly. Bingo: Card sales 11 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Open to ages 18+. Feather River Senior Center, 1335 Myers St. 533-8370. Weekly. Chinese Temple and Museum Complex: Noon-4 p.m. Built in 1863 to serve the largest Chinese community north of Sacramento. $3 general, free to ages 12 and younger, $2.50 for AAA members or groups of 15+. 1500 Broderick St. Call to schedule a group tour.. 538-2406. Daily. LEGO club (grades K-12): Free. 1820 Mitchell Ave., 538-7641. Weekly. Zumba: 6:30-7:30 p.m. All ages. $6 drop in. 10 pass punch card available for $50. Feather River Recreation and Park District, Activity Center dance room. Thursdays. Clubs Butte Pomona Grange: 7 p.m. 479 Plumas Ave. 532-4539. First Thursday. American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Post: 7 p.m. Memorial Hall, 2374 Montgomery St. Eligibility based on relationship to an American veteran. Second, fourth Thursdays. Oroville Ophir Lions Club: 6 p.m. Mountain Mike’s Pizza, 1901 Oro Dam Blvd. Guests welcome. P.O. Box 1454, Oroville, 95965. Second, fourth Thursdays. American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Post: 7 p.m. Memorial Hall, 2374 Montgomery St. Eligibility based on relationship to an American veteran. Second, fourth Thursdays. California United Homecare Workers Union: 7 p.m. Divisional meeting. Terry Ashe Center, 6626 Skyway, Paradise. 619-921-1247. Fourth Thursday. Butte Pomona Grange: 7 p.m. 479 Plumas Ave. 532-4539. First Thursday. American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Post: 7 p.m. Memorial Hall, 2374 Montgomery St. Eligibility based on relationship to an American veteran. Second, fourth Thursdays. Oroville Ophir Lions Club: 6 p.m. Mountain Mike’s Pizza, 1901 Oro Dam Blvd. Guests welcome. P.O. Box 1454, Oroville, 95965. Second, fourth Thursdays. Wyandotte Grange: 7:30-10:30 a.m. Ham and pancake breakfast. This morning, decorate a hat in memory of Verna Mae. Donations, $8 adults and $3 to children under 12. 4910 Foothill Blvd. 589-5932. Weekly. Karate: Feather River Activity Center, 1875 Feather River Blvd.; $45 monthly. Times, 533-2011. Weekly. Civil Air Patrol: 6-8:30 p.m. Spring Valley School, 2771 Pentz Rd., Butte Valley (Oroville). Catherine Skillin, 321-8356. http://www.gocivilairpatrol.com. Weekly. Paradise Cribbage Club: 6:30 p.m. Paradise Senior Center, 877 Nunneley Road. $7 per session. First two weeks free. American Cribbage Congress rules. 873-2088. Weekly. Health/emotional support Cancer Survivors Sharing the Journey: 3-4:30 p.m. at FRH Hospice House, 1289 Bille Road. 876-7184. Second, fourth Thursdays. Cancer Survivors Sharing the Journey: 3-4:30 p.m. at FRH Hospice House, 1289 Bille Road. 876-7184. Second, fourth Thursdays. Early Bird Fellowship, Alcoholics Anonymous: Open meetings, 6:30-7:30 a.m. Oroville Family Resource Center, 2185 Baldwin St. Weekly. New Beginnings AA: 6:30-7:30 a.m. Alano Club, 2471 Bird St. Open meeting. 534-9960. Weekdays. Public Health Clinic: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Confidential reproductive health services for men, women. 78 Table Mountain Blvd. 538-7341. Weekly. Yoga: 8:45 a.m. with Bonita Malone at Unity of Oroville, 1321 Robinson St., Oroville. 533-8696. Also Tuesdays. Weekly. Narcotics Anonymous First Step: Noon, Monday-Friday at African American Family & Cultural Center, 3300 Spencer Ave. 534-3599. Weekly. Gamblers Anonymous: Noon. Open meeting. Holt House, 1575 Bird St, Oroville. 591-5584. Weekly. TOPS CA2249 Oroville: 8:30-10 a.m. Oroville Center for Spiritual Living, 3135 Oro Dam Blvd. East. 589-2725 (leave messages). Weekly. Yoga for Cancer Survivors: 1-2 p.m. Beyond Fitness Club, 7224 Skyway, Paradise. Kate McDonald, 876-7184. Weekly. Narcotics Anonymous: 3:30 p.m. Burlington and Wyandotte avenues. (Martin Luther King Jr. Park). Southside Hole in the Wall Group of NA. 1-877-669-1669. Daily. Alcoholics Anonymous, Feather River Fellowship: 5:30 p.m. 2471 Bird St. 538-8180. Weekly. Transgender Stonewall: 6 p.m. Peer support group meets for all, from those questioning gender role/identity to those living their authentic genders, plus spouses, partners, siblings, children, friends and allies. Stonewall Alliance Center, 358 E. Sixth St. 893-3336. Weekly. To submit an item for Oroville calendar, email to calendar@orovillemr.com, fax to 342-3617 or mail to Oroville Community Calendar, P.O. Box 9, Chico, CA 95927. Include your name and phone number.
25 Apr 19
Chico Enterprise-Record
Thursday Community Oroville Planning Commission: 7 p.m. City of Oroville Council Chambers, 1735 Montgomery St. Fourth Thursday. Gray Lodge Wildlife Area: Sunrise to sunset. 9,100 acres of fields, riparian areas, ponds and waterways; shelter for 300+ species of resident and migrant birds and mammals. Self-guided nature trail, hunting, exhibits. 3207 Rutherford Road, Gridley. 846-7500. Weekly. TOPS CA2249 Oroville: 8:30-10 a.m. Oroville Center for Spiritual Living, 3135 Oro Dam Blvd East, 589-2725. Weekly. YMCA Health & Fitness: 8:45-9:45 a.m. Pilates. 10-11 a.m. Silver Sneakers. 4:45-5:30 p.m. Yoga. 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. Cardio Aerobics. 1684 Robinson St. 533-9622. Weekly. Bolt’s Antique Tool Museum: 10 a.m.-3:45 p.m. 13,000+ tools, auto parts, old kitchen utensils and more.  Admission $3, free to under age 12; $2.50 AAA members, groups 15+. Tuesdays: Half price to seniors. Call for group tour appointments. No entrance fee to ladies on Thursdays. 538-2528, 538-2406. 1650 Broderick St. Weekly. Oroville library: 10-11 a.m. Computer Comfort; 3:30-4:30 p.m. Kids’ STEAM Team: Rare Works of Art. 1820 Mitchell Ave. 538-7641. Weekly. Bingo: Card sales 11 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Open to ages 18+. Feather River Senior Center, 1335 Myers St. 533-8370. Weekly. Chinese Temple and Museum Complex: Noon-4 p.m. Built in 1863 to serve the largest Chinese community north of Sacramento. $3 general, free to ages 12 and younger, $2.50 for AAA members or groups of 15+. 1500 Broderick St. Call to schedule a group tour.. 538-2406. Daily. LEGO club (grades K-12): Free. 1820 Mitchell Ave., 538-7641. Weekly. Zumba: 6:30-7:30 p.m. All ages. $6 drop in. 10 pass punch card available for $50. Feather River Recreation and Park District, Activity Center dance room. Thursdays. Clubs Butte Pomona Grange: 7 p.m. 479 Plumas Ave. 532-4539. First Thursday. American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Post: 7 p.m. Memorial Hall, 2374 Montgomery St. Eligibility based on relationship to an American veteran. Second, fourth Thursdays. Oroville Ophir Lions Club: 6 p.m. Mountain Mike’s Pizza, 1901 Oro Dam Blvd. Guests welcome. P.O. Box 1454, Oroville, 95965. Second, fourth Thursdays. American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Post: 7 p.m. Memorial Hall, 2374 Montgomery St. Eligibility based on relationship to an American veteran. Second, fourth Thursdays. California United Homecare Workers Union: 7 p.m. Divisional meeting. Terry Ashe Center, 6626 Skyway, Paradise. 619-921-1247. Fourth Thursday. Butte Pomona Grange: 7 p.m. 479 Plumas Ave. 532-4539. First Thursday. American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Post: 7 p.m. Memorial Hall, 2374 Montgomery St. Eligibility based on relationship to an American veteran. Second, fourth Thursdays. Oroville Ophir Lions Club: 6 p.m. Mountain Mike’s Pizza, 1901 Oro Dam Blvd. Guests welcome. P.O. Box 1454, Oroville, 95965. Second, fourth Thursdays. Wyandotte Grange: 7:30-10:30 a.m. Ham and pancake breakfast. This morning, decorate a hat in memory of Verna Mae. Donations, $8 adults and $3 to children under 12. 4910 Foothill Blvd. 589-5932. Weekly. Karate: Feather River Activity Center, 1875 Feather River Blvd.; $45 monthly. Times, 533-2011. Weekly. Civil Air Patrol: 6-8:30 p.m. Spring Valley School, 2771 Pentz Rd., Butte Valley (Oroville). Catherine Skillin, 321-8356. http://www.gocivilairpatrol.com. Weekly. Paradise Cribbage Club: 6:30 p.m. Paradise Senior Center, 877 Nunneley Road. $7 per session. First two weeks free. American Cribbage Congress rules. 873-2088. Weekly. Health/emotional support Cancer Survivors Sharing the Journey: 3-4:30 p.m. at FRH Hospice House, 1289 Bille Road. 876-7184. Second, fourth Thursdays. Cancer Survivors Sharing the Journey: 3-4:30 p.m. at FRH Hospice House, 1289 Bille Road. 876-7184. Second, fourth Thursdays. Early Bird Fellowship, Alcoholics Anonymous: Open meetings, 6:30-7:30 a.m. Oroville Family Resource Center, 2185 Baldwin St. Weekly. New Beginnings AA: 6:30-7:30 a.m. Alano Club, 2471 Bird St. Open meeting. 534-9960. Weekdays. Public Health Clinic: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Confidential reproductive health services for men, women. 78 Table Mountain Blvd. 538-7341. Weekly. Yoga: 8:45 a.m. with Bonita Malone at Unity of Oroville, 1321 Robinson St., Oroville. 533-8696. Also Tuesdays. Weekly. Narcotics Anonymous First Step: Noon, Monday-Friday at African American Family & Cultural Center, 3300 Spencer Ave. 534-3599. Weekly. Gamblers Anonymous: Noon. Open meeting. Holt House, 1575 Bird St, Oroville. 591-5584. Weekly. TOPS CA2249 Oroville: 8:30-10 a.m. Oroville Center for Spiritual Living, 3135 Oro Dam Blvd. East. 589-2725 (leave messages). Weekly. Yoga for Cancer Survivors: 1-2 p.m. Beyond Fitness Club, 7224 Skyway, Paradise. Kate McDonald, 876-7184. Weekly. Narcotics Anonymous: 3:30 p.m. Burlington and Wyandotte avenues. (Martin Luther King Jr. Park). Southside Hole in the Wall Group of NA. 1-877-669-1669. Daily. Alcoholics Anonymous, Feather River Fellowship: 5:30 p.m. 2471 Bird St. 538-8180. Weekly. Transgender Stonewall: 6 p.m. Peer support group meets for all, from those questioning gender role/identity to those living their authentic genders, plus spouses, partners, siblings, children, friends and allies. Stonewall Alliance Center, 358 E. Sixth St. 893-3336. Weekly. To submit an item for Oroville calendar, email to calendar@orovillemr.com, fax to 342-3617 or mail to Oroville Community Calendar, P.O. Box 9, Chico, CA 95927. Include your name and phone number.
25 Apr 19
the uncle pete show

Here’s the audio archive for the Uncle Pete Show from Wednesday, April 24, 2019.  The stream is still up at our alternate site (stream.whrwfm.org).   Another hard fast 90!  Local and Facebook friend music this week included stuff from Cretin 77, Cassette Apes, the X-Possibles, Psychotic Reaction, Rat Infested, Blank Screen, Chesty Malone & the […]

25 Apr 19
MOSYAN KARAOKE (M2 KARAOKE)

Slauson Malone: A Quiet Farwell or Twenty Sixteen to Twenty Eighteen: The New York producer’s ambitious album is a dark, surreal, jazzy collage about resistance and hope. via RSS: Album Reviews from Tumblr https://m2karaoke.tumblr.com/post/184429062067

25 Apr 19
National Post

San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich goes to the playoffs every season. And he usually sticks around for a while. The Spurs have never gone back-to-back years without a trip to the second round of the playoffs during the Popovich era. But the Denver Nuggets are one win away from changing that, as they’ll take a […]

25 Apr 19
sandsodul16 ohio

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25 Apr 19
Monterey Herald
Sweeping the first two spots at the California Collegiate Athletic Association golf championships, the CSU-Monterey Bay men’s golf team captured the team title Wednesday at Bayonet Black Horse. The team championship was the first for the Otters in six years, while Matthew Hedges became the second straight individual champion for the program. CSUMB, who trailed No. 11 ranked Sonoma State by two strokes going into the final day, used seven birdies to post a four-stroke win. Hedges held off teammate and defending champion Elis Svard for a two-stroke win. “No magic words,” said CSUMB coach Jason Owen in a press release. “You’re just trying to get the guys to do what they do.” Hedges and Svard were tied with three holes left at 6-under before a birdie by Hedges put him in front for good. Svard held the lead after the first 36 holes. For Hedges, a senior, it was his first collegiate win. CSUMB, who came into the tournament ranked No. 18 in the latest GolfStat Division II rankings, defeated No. 11 Sonoma State and No. 5 Chico State. Brian Whitson finished with a 72 on the final day for the Otters while Hayata Utsunomiya carded a 77. The Otters will compete in the NCAA Regional Championships at Ledges Golf Club in St. George, Utah. Prep diving PCAL: Jake Dorn of Carmel won the Pacific Coast Athletic League diving title, recording an All-American score of 509.45. Teammate Luke Lubben took second with Salinas’ Dante Jackson placing third. Haley Fannin won the PCAL girls diving title for Stevenson with a CCS qualifying score of 375.20. Alicia Krueger of Carmel finished second with teammate Hailey Evans placing third. College track Hartnell: King City graduate Jesus Avalos became the 12th consecutive Panther to win a Coast Confernce title in the 10,000 at the conference finals at De Anza. After five events, Hartnell’s men’s and women’s teams both have early leads. The rest of the finals will be held on Saturday. MPC: Tyshaliq Mctavish finished fourth in the long jump for the Lobos at the Coast Conference finals with a mark of 16-feet-10. The sophomore also advanced to Saturday’s finals in the 100 along with teammate Faith Dennis. Jhailyn Bryant will be in the finals of the 200 and 400. Palma grad Kevin Telford will go into Saturday’s finals for the Lobos with the fastest time in the 400 (49.23). Prep softball Alvarez 4, North Salinas 1: Victoria Castillo had three hits, including a pair of doubles in Alvarez’s win over North Salinas. Aaliyah Robles homered for the Eagles. Kieley Ganaden had three hits while Alyssa Allen, Sofia Gombos and Stella Castillo all had two hits for North Salinas. Monte Vista 6, Stevenson 1: Samantha Baer had three hits as the Mustangs kept their Cypress Division title hopes alive. Briana Flower, Kendall McPhillips, Kristina Bravo and Isabella Vessey all had two hits for Monte Vista, who improved to 8-3 in league. Ellie Yamashita and Rachel Fadel each had two hits for Stevenson. Pacific Grove 11, Soledad 1: Parker Llantero went the distance in the circle, and had three hits at the plate in the Breakers win. Lyndsey Llantero had four hits for Pacific Grove while Jasmine Malone collected three hits and Nicole Machado a pair. Trinity 12, King City 2: Hannah Lopez struck out six in the Warriors win. Sara Hunt led the assault at the plate with four hits while April Vogelpohl had three hits and two RBI. Girls lacrosse Santa Catalina 16, Carmel 12: Ginny McNamara and Emma Underdown combined for nine goals and three assists in the Cougars win. McNamara had five goals and two assists while Underdown finished with four goals and one assist. Issy Brooker and Sarah Scheetz each collected three goals for Santa Catalina. Boys lacrosse Carmel 12, Palma 5: Luke Melcher, Jake Kasper and Jared Bethea each had three goals as the Padres are closer to a league title. Dakota Mornhinweg added two goals and an assist for Carmel while Spencer White had a goal and an assist. Bryce Fenwick was credited with 15 saves. Benjamin Lund, John Hoffmann, Mason Abrahams and Grant Gallaway were defensive standouts. Pacific Grove 16, Aptos 15: Parker McAnally collected eight goals as the Breakers edged the Mariners. Caleb Torres, Ben Minik and Dylan Maclaren all had four assists. Prep baseball Pacific Grove 6, Monte Vista 3: Daniel Rosas doubled and homered, scoring two runs as the Breakers knocked off Gabilan Division power Monte Vista in a non-league game. Josh Mares had three hits and knocked in three runs for Pacific Grove while Zach Lewis had two hits. Lewis and Hunter Hanes both scored two runs. Five different pitchers combined on a three hitter for the Breakers, with Connor Synsteby and Jackson Destefano each tossing two innings.      
25 Apr 19

This is it! The best 50 songs of 2018 according to me… Twenty nine of the fifty are from Australian artists… one New Zealander, two Adelaide artists and one track that’s been out less than a week.  I’ve worked really hard on this and it was a tough list to make. I could easily have […]

25 Apr 19
I choose how I will spend the rest of my life

“They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, We Will Remember Them.” LAWRENCE BINYON 1869-1943, English poet, dramatist and art scholar. April 25 in New Zealand and Australia is celebrated in […]

25 Apr 19
TEAM CRAKK

I had several responsibilities throughout this project. One of the main things I did was taking the photos while we were at The Malone Center volunteering. Funny story though- while we were putting the website together and finalizing what photos we wanted to use, I wasn’t in any of them since I was so busy […]

25 Apr 19
Nachrichten Welt

Prinz William gedachte an Anzac Day am Donnerstagmorgen in Neuseeland, bevor er die Überlebenden des Terroranschlags in Christchurch traf. Der Herzog von Cambridge machte während der Zeremonie unter der Morgensonne im Auckland War Memorial Museum eine düstere Figur. Er wurde von Premierminister Jacinda Ardern begleitet, den er mit einer traditionellen Maori-Note der Nase, die als […]