California protestors want to go back to work

first_imgFamily works to stay positive at home Marley Capperhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/marley-capper/ Bringing roundnet to campus Marley Capper Fort Worth plans to increase civic, community engagement budget printIt’s no surprise people are tired of being cooped up in their homes and want to go back to work—so Californians took to the streets of the state’s capitol to tell Gov. Gavin Newsom exactly how tired they were.  Marley Capperhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/marley-capper/ + posts Marley Capper is a senior, majoring in political science and journalism, minoring in communication studies. Capper works for Texas House Representative Matt Krause, and as group fitness instructor for the University Recreation Center. Capper hopes to attend law school, and pursue a career in politics and political reporting. Linkedin Marley Capperhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/marley-capper/ Marley Capperhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/marley-capper/ Linkedin ReddIt Air Force ROTC’s year in a glance Twitter Paddle-out in Maui honors Floyd, other black lives Facebook ReddIt Students respond to ‘Joker’ mass shooting threats Twitter Californians protest in Sacramento. (Photo by Marley Capper.) Facebook Will you be my quarantine? Previous articleHoroscope: May 3, 2020Next articleBreaking barriers: Trailblazing women in sports media Marley Capper RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORlast_img read more

Lockn’ Announces Exciting Artist Additions And Daily Schedule

first_imgEarlier this year, LOCKN’ satisfied jam fans with a stacked lineup, featuring headlining sets from Phish, Ween and My Morning Jacket. The order of which these exciting acts would span out across the four-day weekend has since been a mystery, until now. The plot thickens with lineup additions, the daily schedule, and hints at how the site will look when the time comes this summer.Today, festival organizer Dave Frey announced three new artists: Peter Wolf (from J. Giles Band), The Wailers, and Khruangbin. In addition to these exciting new artists, he broke the schedule via Live Facebook video, revealing that Thursday’s music would start later and end later, as to account for everyone getting settled in with enough time, kicking things off with Vulfpeck, Umphrey’s McGee, and Ween with late night sets from EOTO and Joe Russo’s Almost Dead. Friday night’s schedule will bring both Ween and Phish (two sets), satisfying the heaviest of jam fans, before Tedeschi Trucks Band and My Morning Jacket rock Saturday night’s headlining sets. On Sunday, Phish will return and close out the festival with another two sets, following Gary Clark Jr., Chris Robinson Brotherhood, and The Wailers. Check out the full schedule below:In addition, Frey confirmed that more artists will eventually be announced in June, with heavy hints toward Phil Lesh & Friends and a definite “no” to String Cheese Incident, moe., and Slayer. As to resolve the mysterious “Garcia’s Forest” addition to the previously announced lineup, Frey described the triangle stage in the forest to remain “All Jerry, all the time.”He also mentioned that the festival will open it’s gates on Wednesday, and music will start later on Thursday, as to alleviate traffic problems. Beyond some advancements in the landscape and campgrounds, including a new bike trail, he also briefly mentioned a “rotating, turntable stage” that will take the place of the traditional interlocking stages that the festival was born upon. According to The Richmond Times, Frey explained it as “a huge turntable [that] it turns quickly,” where one band will play while the other is being set up. The stage will turn between sets, leaving little to no time between performances, and also no reason for audience members to have to move from their desired viewing area.In a recent interview with L4LM, festival founder Peter Shapiro spoke about the uniqueness that LOCKN’ brings to the table. “If you look at the other major festivals – and they’re great festivals, I’ve been to all of them and I love them – but if you took the name off the major festivals, and just looked at the lineups, it would be difficult to tell which one was which. I don’t think you’d be able to name which one was Outside Lands, which one was Lollapalooza, which one was ACL, which one was Bonnaroo, but you could identify LOCKN’.” Read more here.last_img read more