Watch Lettuce Rage “Do It Like You Do” At Dominican Holidaze [Pro-Shot]

first_imgPremiere funk band Lettuce washed up on the shores of the Dominican Republic, as the band joined their jam scene contemporaries at the 2016 edition of this glorious tropical event. It doesn’t get much better than great music on the beach, and Lettuce certainly delivered a memorable performance at Dominican Holidaze last December.Fortunately, the organizers of Holidaze have been sharing videos from the event. After premiereing “Sounds Like A Party” with us early last week, Dominican Holidaze and TourGigs have teamed up to share the latest installment – “Do It Like You Do.” With Nigel Hall crushing vocals, Lettuce sounds as fresh as ever on this Fly track.Check out “Do It Like You Do,” streaming in the video below.Like seeing Lettuce on the beach? Don’t miss their upcoming Fool’s Paradise event on March 31st and April 1st in St. Augustine, FL. Lettuce will be hosting bands like Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, The Floozies, The Motet, and more, with Antwaun Stanley and Oteil Burbridge as artists-at-large! More information can be found here.[Photo by Josh Timmermans]last_img read more

Win for boys, girls second at cross country sectional

first_img Latest Posts Bio Luchini named to Maine Running Hall of Fame – August 12, 2020 MDI Hospital to begin contact tracing – August 5, 2020 OLD TOWN — The Mount Desert Island High School varsity boys’ cross country team were the winners in team scores at Saturday’s Sectional Invitational meet. Four runners in the top ten and strong performances throughout gave them a team score of 52. The MDI girls were runners up, led by senior Waylon Henggeler, who finished second in the varsity field of 70.“It was wonderful,” Coach Desiree Sirois said. “The strategies and tactics of racing and training that we have been working on this season so far are starting to pay off. The teams have been stepping up the workouts, and have been focused on season-end goals. It is really great to see things play out when hard work leads to impressive results, and that is exactly what occurred.”This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textBehind the Trojan boys in the team competition were Orono 61, Caribou 64, Old Town 116, Central 140, John Bapst 154, Foxcroft Academy 155, Presque Isle 188, Hermon 230 and Ellsworth 273.Peter Philbrook placed fourth for MDI in 17:35.20, Ralph Magnani was fifth in 17:38.6, Jordan Harris was sixth in 17:39.09 and Ethan Craigo was seventh in 17:51.62.Also in the varsity boys’ race were David Anderson, 31st in 19:09.36; Josh Bloom, 46th in 19:44.97; and Matt Hanna, 58th in 20:33.27.In the girls’ competition, Orono took top honors with 35 points, followed by MDI 62, Caribou 100, John Bapst 112, Mattanawcook Academy 145, Ellsworth 165, Presque Isle 167, Washburn 180, Old Town 191 and Hermon 254.For the Trojans, Waylon Henggeler was runner-up in 19:27.70, Caroline Driscoll was seventh in 20:07.54, Lydia Dacorte was eighth in 20:18.59, India Janes was 16th in 21:40.66, Xingyao Chen was 30th in 23:10.75, Erin White was 34th in 23:16.96, and Anita Wray was 44th in 24:28.71.The teams head to Belfast Saturday for the Festival of Champions, a large meet including teams from all over New England and a few from Canada.A Hancock County meet Thursday, Oct. 9, in Ellsworth will be the last competition before PVCs. Liz GravesReporter at Mount Desert IslanderFormer Islander reporter and editor Liz Graves grew up in California and came to Maine as a schooner sailor. Latest posts by Liz Graves (see all) Keene appeals his 2019 murder conviction – July 30, 2020last_img read more