Peach Fest Finalizes Lineup With Gov’t Mule And Dozens Of Artist Additions

first_imgThe Peach Music Festival wowed jam fans with a great initial lineup announcement several months ago, and today the festival has revealed their final lineup for this year’s event. Taking place from August 11-14 at Montage Mountain near Scranton, PA, the headliners for the event remain unchanged: Trey Anastasio Band, Gregg Allman, The String Cheese Incident, and a collaborative Gregg Allman Incident set.The new lineup features some work from Warren Haynes, who will not only bring Gov’t Mule to the festival but will also play a “Wake Up With Warren” solo set to get things rockin’ in the morning. Further additions include Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires, Blackberry Smoke, Toots & the Maytals, Railroad Earth, Dark Star Orchestra (2 sets), Twiddle, Cabinet, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades, Pimps of Joytime, American Babies, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Aqueous, Consider the Source, The Magic Beans, and so many more!Check out the full finalized lineup below, and head to the Peach Fest website for details.last_img read more

Undiagnosed virus infections could be 27 times higher in S.Korea’s Daegu city: Study

first_imgDaegu city recorded 6,886 coronavirus cases alone as of June 6, said the study published in the Journal of Korean Medical Science (JKMS) on July 16, but announced by the journal on Tuesday night according to local media.The study done between May 25 and June 5 followed 198 people in Daegu city who had never been tested for COVID-19, and found 15 of them, or 7.6%, had antibodies.That is a much higher infection rate than that found in a survey of more than 3,000 people in South Korea that excluded Daegu, in which only one person showed neutralizing antibodies to the novel coronavirus earlier this month.Antibody, or serology, tests show whether a person has been exposed to the virus. Similar studies have shown infection rates ranging from 0.1% in Tokyo to 17% in London and 5.2% in Spain nationwide.South Korea, an early success story in containing the virus among its 51 million population after a severe outbreak in Daegu in March, has reported 13,879 cases and 297 deaths. The country is now battling small but persistent clusters of infections with 63 new cases reported on Tuesday. Topics : A small South Korean survey of people with no history of COVID-19, but living in a city with the most cases, showed that one in nine had antibodies to the novel coronavirus, indicating the virus may have spread more widely than thought.The study said based on the survey, roughly 185,290 people could have contracted the virus in Daegu city, which is the country’s fourth-largest city with a population of 2.5 million.”It was estimated that the number of undiagnosed missing cases may be 27-fold higher than the number of confirmed cases based on PCR testing in Daegu,” the study said.last_img read more

Lady Chargers Top Lady Panthers

first_imgNorth JV won in 2 sets 25-7, 25-10. Kalyn Muckherheide had 4 aces. Jenna Geis added 2 solo blocks. Anna Burkhart tallied 12 digs and Erin Schwering had 5 kills.North Varsity won in 4 sets 25-20, 25-15, 18-25, 25-16. Kara Muckherheide set 95/98 with 24 assists and added 9 digs. Erika Kramer totaled 15 kills and added 6 total blocks. Oivia Bohman added 8 kills. Erica Gauck 22 digs and 7 kills. Maddy Day added 11 digs and 5 kills while Olivia O’dell had 12 digs.Courtesy of Chargers Coach Ashley Gauck.last_img read more

Harberts selected in 2014 WNBA Draft

first_imgUSC senior forward Cassie Harberts was selected by the Atlanta Dream with the 20th pick in the 2014 WNBA draft Monday in Uncasville, Conn. Harberts will be reuniting with current Atlanta Dream head coach and former USC women’s basketball coach Michael Cooper, who was Harberts’ coach in her first three years at USC.Chasing the dream · Senior forward Cassie Harberts, who served as team captain and led the Women of Troy in average minutes played (32.9) and blocks on the season (27), was drafted by the Atlanta Dream Monday night. – Benjamin Dunn | Daily TrojanIn her final two years at USC, Harberts provided an invaluable post presence both offensively and defensively.The two-time Pac-12 All Academic Honorable Mention award winner averaged 18.0 points and 8.2 rebounds per game in her breakout junior season in 2012-2013. Harberts provided valuable leadership and stability in a season fraught with difficulty as the Women of Troy stumbled to an 11-20 record and underwent a coaching change from Cooper to current head coach Cynthia Cooper-Dyke.Harberts was USC’s leader going into the new regime under Cooper-Dyke, and though the senior’s averages dropped slightly to 15.4 points and 7.3 rebounds per game, her field goal percentage increased from .438 to .453 in her final season.The Women of Troy shocked No. 4 Stanford, 72-68, in the semifinal round of the Pac-12 Tournament behind 10 straight points from Harberts in the closing three minutes. USC would go on to win the Pac-12 title, but eventually bow out of the NCAA Tournament in the first round.Perhaps Harberts’ most notable contribution to the Women of Troy, however, was her durability and consistency: The forward never missed a single start or game in her four seasons at USC, and scored in double digits in 30 of her 35 starts during her senior season.Harberts will look to bring her strength in the post and consistent play to the Atlanta Dream, a perennial WNBA title contender that has appeared in the WNBA Finals in three of the last four seasons, but has yet to win a championship.Harberts becomes the 11th USC women’s basketball player to be drafted into the WNBA, a list that includes Cooper-Dyke, seven-time WNBA All-Star and two-time WNBA champion Lisa Leslie and WNBA all-time leading scorer Tina Thompson.Schools from the Pac-12 Conference had four players picked in the first two rounds of the WNBA draft, including No. 1 overall pick Chiney Ogwumike of Stanford.last_img read more