The band also found time for a cover of Muse’s “Knights of Cydonia” (as the second set opener), before getting down into more of their original classics like “Above The Waves,” “Spacebirdmatingcall,” and more. They closed a great show with “Home Again,” a nod to the beauty and splendor that comes with a Red Rocks performance.Check out both Twiddle’s and The Disco Biscuits’ setlists, courtesy of uTwiddle and tDB’s Facebook, respectively.Setlist: Twiddle at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO – 6/4/16One Set: Blunderbuss, Beethoven and Greene, Apples, Polluted Beauty, Zazu’s Flight, FrankenfooteShow Notes: This show was a part of the “Festively Plump” 2016 summer tour. This was an opening set for The Disco Biscuits. “Polluted Beauty” featured the Frendly Horns as well as Mihali on a languedoc guitar. Setlist: The Disco Biscuits at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO – 6/4/16Set One: Little Shimmy in a Conga Line-> Humuhumunukunukuapua’a (inverted)-> Crystal Ball-> Bernstein & Chasnoff, Basis For a DaySet Two: Knights of Cydonia, Sweating Bullets-> Above the Waves-> Spacebirdmatingcall-> Rock Candy-> Above the Waves-> Little Shimmy in a Conga LineEncore: Home Again The Disco Biscuits wrapped up their four-night stretch in Colorado last night, bringing it all home with a powerful performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO. The Biscuits came to Colorado ready to play, and got themselves nice and warmed up with three sold out shows at the Ogden Theatre in Denver. By the time Red Rocks rolled around, the band was itching to hit the famed stage, and made it a night to truly remember, with support from Ghostland Observatory and Twiddle.Twiddle also came to town early, setting up shop in Boulder, CO’s Fox Theater for a three-set performance with an acoustic set, a set with a horn section, and a special guest sit-in from Jeremy Salken of Big Gigantic. You can listen to that show here. Twiddle came to Red Rocks ready to rage, playing an all-original set with some big time jams for their supporting slot. Of note was the “Polluted Beauty,” which saw the Frendly Horn section return, and also featured guitarist Mihali Savoulidis on a Languedoc guitar.The Biscuits then hit the stage, returning to the venue for the first time since they performed with Grateful Dead drummers Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart. Last night’s show was framed by “Little Shimmy In A Conga Line,” as the song bookended the first and second sets. The band played some of their most classic tunes in set one, with “Humuhumunukunukuapua’a,” “Crystal Ball,” “Bernstein & Chasnoff,” and “Basis For A Day” all making appearances in the set.Watch footage from the show below, thanks to the Biscuits.
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(REUTERS) – Sri Lanka pace bowler Suranga Lakmal helped them steamroll India by seven wickets in the first one-day international in Dharamsala on Sunday.The 30-year-old claimed four wickets for 13 runs in his impeccable 10 overs, which included four maidens, as the tourists bundled out India for 112 in 38.2 overs at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium.India were reeling at 29-7 in the 17th over before Mahendra Singh Dhoni struck a belligerent 65, with the former captain contributing more than half of the team total.Sri Lanka’s top order were not completely convincing against the moving ball but Upul Tharanga’s breezy 49 helped them chase down the small target with nearly 30 overs to spare and go 1-0 up in the three-match series.Smarting from their 1-0 loss in the preceding Test series, Sri Lanka opted to field against an Indian team led by Rohit Sharma in the absence of regular skipper Virat Kohli who has been rested ahead of the team’s imminent tour of South Africa.India got off to a terrible start losing Shikhar Dhawan, one of their five scoreless batsmen in the match, in the second over which triggered a spectacular collapse.Angelo Mathews, an all-rounder who has been reduced by injury to an occasional bowler, dismissed Dhawan leg-before and Lakmal sent back Sharma caught behind for two in the fifth.On both occasions, Sri Lanka used the review option to overturn the original not out decisions.The double blow completely unhinged India, who lost the top half of their batting order to score their first 16 runs.Dhoni combined with number nine Kuldeep Yadav (19) to help India first go past the record for lowest ODI total of 35 — by Zimbabwe against Sri Lanka in a 2004 match in Harare — and then their own lowest total of 54 against the Sri Lankans.Dhoni hit 10 boundaries and a couple of sixes but India still ended up with a total which Sri Lanka overcame without breaking a sweat.Mohali hosts the second ODI on Wednesday.INDIA Innings Ro. Sharma c Dickwella b Lakmal 2 Dhawan lbw b Mathews 0 Iyer b Pradeep 9 Karthik lbw b Lakmal 0 Pandey c Mathews b Lakmal 2 Dhoni c Gunaratne b T. Perera 65 Pandya c Mathews b Pradeep 10 Kumar c Dickwella b Lakmal 0 Yadav st Dickwella b Dananjaya 19 Bumrah b Pathirana 0 Chahal not out 0 Extras (lb-2 w-3) 5 Total (all out, 38.2 overs) 112 Fall of wickets: 1-0 S. Dhawan,2-2 Ro. Sharma,3-8 D. Karthik,4-16 M. Pandey,5-16 S. Iyer,6-28 H. Pandya,7-29 B. Kumar,8-70 K. Yadav,9-87 J. Bumrah,10-112 M. DhoniBowling: Suranga Lakmal 10 – 4 – 13 – 4(w-1), Angelo Mathews 5 – 2 – 8 – 1(w-1), Nuwan Pradeep 10 – 4 – 37 – 2, Thisara Perera 4.2 – 0 – 29 – 1, Akila Dananjaya 5 – 2 – 7 – 1,Sachith Pathiran 4 – 1 – 16 – 1. SRI LANKA Innings Danushka Gunathilaka c Dhoni b Bumrah 1 Upul Tharanga c S. Dhawan b H. Pandya 49 Lahiru Thirimanne b B. Kumar 0 Angelo Mathews not out 25 Niroshan Dickwella not out 26 Extras (lb-1 nb-2 w-10) 13 Total (for 3 wickets, 20.4 overs) 114 Fall of wickets: 1-7 D. Gunathilaka,2-19 L. Thirimanne,3-65 U. TharangaDid not bat: A. Gunaratne, T. Perera, S. Pathirana, S. Lakmal, A. Dananjaya, N. PradeepBowling: B. Kumar 8.4 – 1 – 42 – 1(w-1), J. Bumrah 7 – 1 – 32 – 1(nb-2 w-2),H. Pandya 5 – 0 – 39 – 1(w-7)
Psychologists from USC, the University of Texas at Austin and Beijing Normal University recently have found that some of our understanding of memory retention is incorrect.In a study published online on Sept. 9 in Science, researchers at these schools discovered that memory increases when similar patterns are repeated for strength rather than when multiple varying patterns are made.The long-standing belief held by psychologists maintains that information is best remembered when attained or learned in varying contexts, which creates multiple patterns to remember the information.Gui Xue, a research assistant and professor of psychology at USC who worked on the project, said that while someone is studying an item, he or she has to process or re-activate the same pattern repeatedly in order to be able to better remember the information.“If you create one pattern during the first learning and a different pattern during the second learning, you are going to remember worse,” Xue said.Experiments were conducted using functional magnetic resonance imaging, or fMRI, which allowed the researchers to monitor the memory patterns used for recollection.Subjects were given materials such as words, faces and novel texts and were asked to recall material at a later time.“When the activation pattern is more consistent across repetitions, you are going to remember better,” Xue said.The research is aimed at developing additional understanding of the “forgetting curve.”This concept, developed by Hermann Ebbinghaus in 1885, holds that memory decreases exponentially with time. The strength of one’s memory is determined by how long memory traces sustain.Although this type of research does occur often, the researchers “developed new ideas — pattern similarity — and analysis techniques,” says study co-author Zhong-Lin Lu of USC, who holds the William M. Keck chair in cognitive neuroscience and is a professor of psychology and biomedical engineering.As the research continues, Lu said the group is working toward a larger objective.“One aim of our research is to find neural signatures that would allow us to predict whether and when people will forget learnt materials and refresh their memory before they forget,” Lu said.This information could then be used to determine when review is necessary in order to sustain knowledge. Having the ability to measure retention would greatly improve disciplines that rely heavily on memorization, such as language study.Xue, who received his Ph.D. in psychology from the Beijing Normal University, said the group’s main objective is to identify more beneficial methods of learning.“Our goal is to try to find a scientific basis for effective learning,” he said.
BiH tennis player Aldin Šetkić defeated Hans Podlipnik- Castillo from Chile with 4:6,6:3 and 6:3 in the first round of ATP Challenger Tournament in Košice , Slovakia, reports sportsport.baAlthough Šetkić lost the first set, he managed to win other two and in doing so he qualified to the second round where he’ll play against Slovakian tennis player Miloslav Mečir.Aldin Šetkić was born in 1987 in Sarajevo and he’s a member of BiH Davis team, he’s currently 228th player of the World.
(Source: akta.ba) In Sokolović Kolonija, works on the construction of the sports hall have started. In March this year, the municipality has announced a tender for the works on the construction of the bi-functional shelter underneath the parking space within the sports hall in Sokolović Kolonija – Phase I, after which the company “Velbos” was selected as the most favorable contractor for this phase of the construction.The funds which amounted to 1,734,667 BAM with VAT are planned for the first phase of construction, as confirmed by the municipality of Ilidža.It is planned to complete the rough construction works (excavation of the land and works on reinforced concrete on the basement level) within the first phase of works.“Spatial solution of the complex of sports hall features an indoor space of approximately 2,700 square meters within which there is three-part hall with stands, trailing space and additional space for exercise, as well as the dual-purpose shelter in the basement area of the building that will serve as the parking space in times of peace”, as confirmed by Rifko Šećerović from the Municipality Ilidža.According to the main project, the capacity of main hall is 300 seats on the stands, and according to the project, the designer has a task to design and comply the hall with the international technical standards and special regulations for space and equipment for dividing of sports events according to the FIBA certificate and standard DIN 1832/2.The estimated value of the total investment is approximately 4 million BAM.