Frank Viele Had Hometown Fans Capture His Concert Footage For This Exciting New Video [Premiere]

first_imgEmerging from the New England scene, singer/songwriter Frank Viele has been surrounded by music for his whole life, and continues to press the boundaries in the live setting with an incredible band. Performing over 150 shows per year, Viele has put together a road-tested band of jam players, including Jordan Simms (Everyone Orchestra/Juggling Suns), Andrew Cusanelli (On The Spot Trio), Dee Miller (Da Rezerekt/Rowboat Casino) and Max Cappello.Fresh off of winning the 2016 New England Music Awards for “Performer of The Year” and “Album of The Year”, Frank Viele is set to release the video for his fourth single off of his newest album, Fall Your Way. Entitled “Kalifornia,” the video was filmed live at a full band sold out show in New Haven, Connecticut, using footage from fans’ cell phones.“We decided to play a hometown show in New Haven, Connecticut to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the release of my album, Fall Your Way.” says Viele. “The song, “Kalifornia”, off of that record was a personal favorite of the band and had become a fan favorite live as well.  So we decided as a group to take a shot and have our fans, for this sold out show, take video on their cell phones and email them to us in the hopes that we could edit them together to make a cool video displaying the overall vibe of this celebration.  We were beyond happy with how the footage came out and really excited to say this video was made by our fans and for our fans.”Watch the exciting new video, premiering below exclusively via L4LM:In addition to the new video, Viele has some exciting tour dates up ahead, including a spot at the Dewey Beach Music Festival and a set at Pacific Standard in New Haven, CT. Meanwhile, the band will be working on a new studio effort to follow up Fall Your Way, so keep your eyes out for fresh new Viele grooves!You can see the upcoming tour dates below, and head to the band’s website for details and more information.Tour Dates:9/22/16 – Dewey Beach Music Festival Dewey Beach, DE9/23/16 – Dewey Beach Music Festival Dewey Beach, DE10/28/16 – Pacific Standard (Gov’t Mule Afterparty) New Haven, CTlast_img read more

SMC dual degree program grows

first_imgThe enrollment in college engineering programs around the nation has reached its highest level in 30 years, according to the American Association of Engineering Education, and Saint Mary’s College is no exception. The Engineering Dual Degree Program at Saint Mary’s has grown since its establishment in 1977. Four students completed the program within a period of 13 years between 1993 and 2006, but most recently, in the three-year period from 2007 to 2010, three students completed the program, Dr. Toni Barstis, Saint Mary’s Chemistry professor and engineering program director, said. Currently, there are six fifth-year students finishing the program at Notre Dame and 25 second through fourth-year students in the program. The number of first-year students who have shown an interest is about 17, Barstis said. “We are increasing the number of female students in each graduating engineering class at Notre Dame by 10 percent,” Barstis said. Barstis attributes part of the growth of the program to her collaborative efforts with Cathy Pieronek, Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs and Director of the Women’s Engineering Program in the College of Engineering, to promote the program, advise students and provide support through the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). Other key factors were the support of the students for each other as well as the growing awareness of young women for the opportunities in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields, otherwise known as STEM fields. The Engineering Dual Degree Program is designed as a five-year joint program through Saint Mary’s and Notre Dame in which students earn a bachelor’s degree from Saint Mary’s in four years and finish their fifth year at Notre Dame with a second bachelor’s degree of science in engineering. The majority of students enrolled in the program major in mathematics — computational or standard — or chemistry; however, one student majored in philosophy, Barstis said. Junior Taylor Chamberlain, a chemistry and chemical engineering major, said she was drawn to the program for the opportunity of a small college experience while offering the engineering major available at larger universities. Chamberlain believes the growth in the program has to do with the changing attitudes of women towards engineering. “I think you have to take into consideration that more women in general are realizing that, yes, engineering is something they can do and enrollment is up for engineering programs across the country,” Chamberlain said. “It’s just more noticeable with [Saint Mary’s] because we are a much smaller program. Where six to 10 more girls might go unnoticed in a larger school, four to five is a big deal for us.” Not all students who initially show interest in the program complete it fully, but those statistics are not yet available, according to Barstis. After being encouraged as second- and third-year students to explore the engineering field through classes, a few students who find they are not passionate about engineering decide to leave the program. A smaller number of students are unable to continue with the program due to insufficient grades. “Due to the amount of work required to earn two degrees from two institutions, it is simply too much unless the student is 100 percent dedicated and committed to the program,” Barstis said.  The course load for the program is intense as the students are working for two bachelor degrees. “I think probably the most challenging part of the program is the class schedule,” Chamberlain said. “In order to finish two technical science degrees in five years, we have to take a lot of classes very close together that might have usually been more spaced out.” The Engineering Dual Degree program’s success may be another reason for the growing interest — 99 percent of the students who reach their fourth year in the program graduate continue the program to graduate from Notre Dame with a B.S. in Engineering. One hundred percent of students of the program have obtained a job within the first few months of graduation, Barstis said. Mary Zahm, a 2010 Saint Mary’s graduate who is currently continuing her education at Notre Dame, is not surprised that the program is growing. “It’s a gem of a program,” Zahm said. “It’s great that other girls are learning about it and seeing it as an opportunity for them to pursue their interest in engineering.” Chamberlain agreed. “It’s truly an amazing program and we’re all glad that it’s growing the way it is,” Chamberlain said.last_img read more

Hicksville Woman Killed in Crash

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 29-year-old woman was killed when she crashed her vehicle in her hometown of Hicksville early Monday morning.Nassau County police said Christine Monaco was driving a Toyota northbound alone on North Broadway when the vehicle left the roadway and struck a utility pole in front of Sears shortly before 1 a.m.The victim was taken to an area hospital where she was pronounced dead less than an hour later.Second Squad detectives impounded the vehicle and found no criminality.last_img

Luck turns for Turnbull

first_imgPodge Turnbull needed a few bounces to go his way this weekend.The senior forward has been in and out of the UW lineup throughout the early portion of his final collegiate season, still searching for consistency.But head coach Mike Eaves gave Turnbull a chance to center Wisconsin’s second line over the weekend, and some luck finally found the stick of the Hayward, Wis. native.Turnbull scored the game-tying goal in Friday’s contest against Bemidji State and tallied UW’s second goal en route to a 2-0 win Saturday.Neither goal was particularly pretty, but fortunately for Turnbull and the Badgers, they all count the same.Turnbull’s goal Friday shocked everyone in attendance and most importantly, it surprised BSU goaltender Dan Bakala.Immediately upon entering the offensive zone, Turnbull fired a shot that knuckled its way past a defender and skipped past Bakala’s glove.The proper terminology used to describe the timely goal? Allow Turnbull to explain.“I wish I could tell you. I just tried to get it on net, and I’m not sure if it hit the guy’s stick or if I just ‘muffined’ one in there,” Turnbull said. “But it went in and that was the important thing.”“Good things happen when you shoot the puck and especially when you get it on net. This game is a game of inches and bounces, and fortunately it went our way.”Turnbull scored another important goal Saturday to double Wisconsin’s lead.This time Turnbull got his stick on a shot from Frankie Simonelli, and the puck did the rest. Bakala tried to fight off the bouncing puck as it came toward him, but the rubber somehow found a way to slip through him and into the net.“I just tried to get a stick on it and create a little misdirection, and I got a lucky bounce,” Turnbull said of his second round of good fortune. “I definitely didn’t try to do what I did. It’s just something that happens in a game, pucks roll.”Regardless of how it happened, Turnbull produced, and his coach wants to see more of it.Turnbull took advantage of his chance to play on one of the top lines, and Eaves hopes the senior forward finally takes ownership of that spot in the lineup.“He’s been given an opportunity now, and he has been given similar opportunities before,” Eaves said. “What has happened in the past is that he has let those opportunities slip away from him. Hopefully he has grasped this opportunity and is going to hold on to it.”Turnbull has been plagued by inconsistency throughout his career. He’s shown flashes that warrant more ice time over the years but often regresses once it’s given.Eaves doesn’t need to see Turnbull fill up the score sheet all season like he did in the sweep over BSU, but he wants to see high energy from the senior forward every time out.“The thing about Podge is his ability to play at a high level all the time and compete, and he did that [Friday], and he was able to earn himself some extra ice time based on that,” Eaves said.Whether it is second line center or fourth line winger, Turnbull has the ability to fill multiple roles in the lineup when needed.The particular position isn’t important. The opportunity to help this team win is all Turnbull is asking for.“I try to play wherever they need me. Its something that I’ve always done since I’ve been here. I’ve been a utility guy,” Turnbull said. “Wherever they need me I’ll play.”last_img read more

JENNINGS STRETCHES LEAD: ALL THE RESULTS AFTER DAY 2 OF THE DONEGAL RALLY

first_imgGARRY Jennings and Neil Doherty have stretched their lead in the Donegal Rally today – with more than a minute to spare in their Voodoo Subaru going into the final day.All the results are below:Results for the International category O/A Car Driver/Codriver Make Class Pos SS14 Road Total Diff 1st Diff Prev1 1 Garry Jennings/Neil Doherty Subaru WRC 6 O/A 7:44.4 0:00 1:20:55.72 8 Sam Moffett/James O’Reilly Subaru WRC 6 O/A 7:36.4 0:00 1:21:59.4 1:03.7 1:03.73 3 Derek McGarrity/James McKee Ford Focus WRC 6 O/A 7:45.0 0:00 1:22:34.6 1:38.9 0:35.2 4 6 Donagh Kelly/Kevin Flanagan Ford Focus WRC 6 1 7:52.4 0:00 1:23:20.2 2:24.5 0:45.65 7 Seamus Leonard/Paul McLaughlin Subaru WRC 6 2 7:52.5 0:00 1:23:52.0 2:56.3 0:31.86 12 John O’Donnell/Aidan Friel Subaru WRC 6 3 7:40.6 0:00 1:24:15.3 3:19.6 0:23.37 4 Darragh O’Riordan/Tony McDaid Ford Fiesta WRC 6 4 7:51.4 0:00 1:24:27.2 3:31.5 0:11.98 10 Martin Doherty/Damian McCauley Mitsubishi Evo 9 4 1 8:04.6 0:00 1:26:02.4 5:06.7 1:35.2 9 14 Stephen Wright/Susanne Wright Mitsubishi Evo 9 4 2 8:07.9 0:00 1:26:15.6 5:19.9 0:13.210 49 Joseph McGonigle/Macartan Kierans Renault Clio R3Maxi 3 1 8:21.8 0:00 1:29:14.7 8:19.0 2:59.111 35 Seamus Heron/Gerry McVeigh Mitsubishi Evo 9 4 3 8:34.3 0:00 1:31:05.2 10:09.5 1:50.512 15 Shane Maguire/Martin McGarrity Subaru Impreza 4 4 8:22.3 0:00 1:32:11.5 11:15.8 1:06.3 13 71 Rory Byrne/James Byrne Mitsubishi Evo X 4 5 8:46.4 0:00 1:32:16.8 11:21.1 0:05.314 90 Gavin Kelly/Eamonn Gillespie Honda Civic 1 1 9:09.9 0:00 1:35:10.0 14:14.3 2:53.215 82 Pauric McGee/Niall McDaid Honda Civic 1 2 8:58.9 0:00 1:35:14.0 14:18.3 0:04.016 72 Stewart Liddle/Barry Callaghan Subaru Impreza 4 6 9:17.2 0:00 1:36:06.5 15:10.8 0:52.517 87 Ian Chadwick/Andy Hayes Skoda Fabia 2 1 9:13.8 0:00 1:36:45.7 15:50.0 0:39.218 101 Brian Quigley/Seamus McTigue Honda Civic 1 3 9:21.1 0:00 1:37:41.2 16:45.5 0:55.519 92 Richard Tanahill/Brian Crawford Peugeot 208 R2 2 2 9:29.1 0:00 1:38:18.5 17:22.8 0:37.320 70 Liam Egan/Raymond Coppinger Toyota Corolla WRC 6 5 9:37.2 0:00 1:39:55.2 18:59.5 1:36.721 124 Mark Boyle/Charles Gallagher Honda Civic 1 4 9:33.5 0:00 1:39:55.4 18:59.7 0:00.222 102 Patrick Walker/Paul McClay Peugeot 206 2 3 9:33.5 0:00 1:40:05.3 19:09.6 0:09.923 131 Gareth Irwin/Gareth McGinley Toyota Corolla 2 4 9:36.4 0:00 1:45:11.6 24:15.9 5:06.324 107 Alistair Glenn/Tony Curran Peugeot 206 2 5 10:10.1 0:00 1:45:42.6 24:46.9 0:31.025 125 Liam Branley/Nathan Burrows Peugeot 206 2 6 10:23.7 0:00 1:49:53.3 28:57.6 4:10.726 130 Martin Geraghty/Sean Brunton Honda Civic 2 7 10:23.8 0:00 1:51:03.9 30:08.2 1:10.6Results for the National categoryO/A Car Driver/Codriver Make Class Pos SS14 Road Total Diff 1st Diff Prev1 17 Gary McPhillips/Paul Sheridan Ford Escort Mk2 14 O/A 7:53.0 0:00 1:24:59.72 16 Manus Kelly/Donall Barrett Ford Escort Mk2 14 O/A 7:54.5 0:00 1:25:06.2 0:06.5 0:06.53 19 Frank Kelly/Stephen Quinn Ford Escort Mk2 14 O/A 8:02.1 0:00 1:26:10.6 1:10.9 1:04.44 34 Adrian Hethrington/Gary Nolan Ford Escort Mk2 14 1 7:58.8 0:00 1:26:23.9 1:24.2 0:13.35 11 Craig Breen/Karl Atkinson Ford Escort Mk2 13 1 8:02.2 0:00 1:26:24.9 1:25.2 0:01.06 21 Damian Gallagher/Mac Walsh Ford Escort Mk2 14 2 8:06.6 0:00 1:26:27.9 1:28.2 0:03.07 42 Daniel Conaghan/Terence Magee Ford Escort Mk2 13 2 8:23.5 0:00 1:27:25.0 2:25.3 0:57.18 44 Paul Reid/Karl Reid Ford Escort Mk2 13 3 8:09.7 0:00 1:28:01.9 3:02.2 0:36.99 25 Martin McGee/Denis O’Mahony Ford Escort Mk2 14 3 8:13.4 0:00 1:28:20.8 3:21.1 0:18.910 30 Paddy Kiernan/James McCarville Ford Escort Mk2 13 4 8:19.0 0:00 1:29:04.4 4:04.7 0:43.611 26 Camillus Bradley/Danny O’Neill Ford Escort Mk2 14 4 8:20.4 0:00 1:29:53.8 4:54.1 0:49.412 45 William McFadden/Francie Devine Ford Escort G3 13 5 8:24.6 0:00 1:29:56.5 4:56.8 0:02.713 138 Connor Watters/Barry McGill Ford Escort Mk2 14 5 8:30.4 0:00 1:31:17.2 6:17.5 1:20.714 18 Rodney Wilton/Conor McMahon Ford Escort Mk2 14 6 8:14.2 0:00 1:31:20.6 6:20.9 0:03.415 68 Paul Doherty/James Logue Ford Escort Mk2 13 6 8:47.4 0:00 1:31:35.0 6:35.3 0:14.416 53 Thomas Keys/Kelvin Keys Ford Escort Mk2 13 7 8:35.5 0:00 1:31:38.9 6:39.2 0:03.917 54 Mark Wedlock/Leon Jordon Ford Escort Mk2 13 8 8:31.2 0:00 1:31:42.6 6:42.9 0:03.718 59 Kevin Bradley/Graham Henderson Ford Escort Mk2 11R 1 8:44.1 0:00 1:32:05.5 7:05.8 0:22.919 52 Seamus Hegarty/Shaun McMacken Ford Escort Mk2 14 7 8:34.1 0:00 1:32:23.6 7:23.9 0:18.120 33 Robbie Peoples/Keith Stewart Ford Escort Mk2 14 8 9:58.9 0:00 1:32:33.0 7:33.3 0:09.421 94 John Bonner/Damien McElhinney Ford Escort Mk2 11R 2 8:48.4 0:00 1:32:36.3 7:36.6 0:03.322 22 Brian Brogan/Damian McGettigan Ford Escort Mk2 14 9 8:02.6 3:30 1:32:54.8 7:55.1 0:18.523 40 Colm McFall/Damian McAuley Mitsubishi Evo 9 16 1 8:49.3 0:00 1:33:07.4 8:07.7 0:12.624 69 Darren Doherty/Dean O’Sullivan Subaru Impreza 20 1 8:56.9 0:00 1:33:07.6 8:07.9 0:00.225 96 Brendan Friel/Jp Boyle Toyota Corolla 11R 3 8:38.2 0:30 1:33:08.8 8:09.1 0:01.226 51 Gary McElhinney/Paddy McCrudden Ford Escort Mk2 13 9 8:48.5 0:00 1:33:16.4 8:16.7 0:07.627 39 Kieron Graffin/Paddy Robinson Mitsubishi Evo 9 16 2 8:55.5 0:00 1:33:26.3 8:26.6 0:09.928 60 Seamus Doherty/Peter Byrne Ford Escort Mk2 11R 4 8:44.0 0:00 1:33:37.8 8:38.1 0:11.529 58 Dermot Cannon/Bobby Trimble Toyota Corolla 13 10 8:52.4 0:00 1:33:44.7 8:45.0 0:06.930 47 Conor Curley/Nigel Frazer Ford Escort Mk2 14 10 8:46.9 0:00 1:33:58.5 8:58.8 0:13.831 67 Thomas O’Connell/Brian Duggan Ford Escort Mk2 14 11 8:49.2 0:00 1:34:05.7 9:06.0 0:07.232 143 Seamus Connolly/Gary McCrudden Toyota Corolla 11R 5 8:44.1 0:15 1:34:12.5 9:12.8 0:06.833 36 Ivan Stewart/Timothy Duggan BMW M3 Compact 14 12 8:48.0 0:00 1:34:38.8 9:39.1 0:26.334 28 Conor Harvey/Darragh Kelly Ford Escort Mk2 13 11 8:28.9 0:00 1:34:48.5 9:48.8 0:09.735 66 Andrew McLoone/William Kehoe Ford Escort Mk2 13 12 9:00.0 0:00 1:34:52.7 9:53.0 0:04.236 56 Kevin Kelly/Paul Hegarty Ford Escort Mk2 13 13 8:56.8 0:00 1:35:32.8 10:33.1 0:40.137 141 Eamonn Doherty/David Kelly Ford Escort Mk2 11R 6 9:06.5 0:30 1:36:23.8 11:24.1 0:51.038 98 Glenn Alcorn/Alvin Alcorn Toyota Corolla 11R 7 9:04.1 0:00 1:36:27.3 11:27.6 0:03.539 75 William Vance/Billy Vance Mitsubishi Evo 8 15 1 9:11.7 0:00 1:36:48.9 11:49.2 0:21.640 88 Hugh Martin Toye/Jason Kavanagh Honda Civic 11F 1 9:20.5 0:00 1:36:53.8 11:54.1 0:04.941 105 Michael McCarroll/Conor O’Loan Ford Fiesta 16 3 9:04.9 0:00 1:37:07.9 12:08.2 0:14.142 55 John Dolan/John McGinley Ford Escort Mk2 13 14 9:17.2 0:00 1:37:09.2 12:09.5 0:01.343 95 Declan Hall/Chris Corr Toyota Corolla 11R 8 9:09.4 0:00 1:37:14.5 12:14.8 0:05.344 97 Ollie Harvey/Donal Kelly Toyota Corolla 11R 9 9:04.0 0:00 1:37:21.2 12:21.5 0:06.745 115 Terence Diver/Donal McElamey Honda Civic 11F 2 9:17.7 0:00 1:37:23.2 12:23.5 0:02.046 134 Roy Baldrick/Darren Harvey Talbot Sunbeam 13 15 9:28.3 0:00 1:39:20.2 14:20.5 1:57.047 118 Johnny Wilhare/Paddy Gorman Honda Civic 11F 3 9:31.7 0:00 1:39:30.6 14:30.9 0:10.448 77 Darragh Doherty/James McDermott Toyota Corolla 11R 10 9:37.5 0:00 1:39:42.9 14:43.2 0:12.349 121 George Baskin/Odhran McLaughlin VW Golf 14 13 9:40.1 0:15 1:39:57.3 14:57.6 0:14.450 106 John Mulholland/Sean Devlin Ford Puma 9 1 9:43.9 0:00 1:42:24.8 17:25.1 2:27.551 127 Andrew McLaughlin/Shaun Gallagher Honda Civic 11F 4 9:55.3 0:00 1:42:58.9 17:59.2 0:34.152 65 Paddy O’Donnell/Gareth Doherty Ford Escort G3 13 16 16:20.2 0:15 1:43:25.2 18:25.5 0:26.353 123 Caolan Gaffney/Terence Furey Toyota Corolla 11R 11 9:18.5 1:45 1:45:44.6 20:44.9 2:19.454 104 Ian Graham/Liam Regan Ford Fiesta ST 16 4 10:27.5 0:00 1:46:12.2 21:12.5 0:27.655 76 Derek Gurney/Keith McEvoy Ford Sierra 13 17 15:25.2 0:00 1:46:27.9 21:28.2 0:15.756 64 Michael Peoples/Stephen Gallinagh Ford Escort Mk2 13 18 8:49.7 0:00 1:47:38.1 22:38.4 1:10.257 122 Shane Henry/Joey Kane Suzuki Swift 9 2 10:41.6 0:00 1:49:46.3 24:46.6 2:08.258 119 Mark Glackin/Michael Glackin Toyota Corolla 11F 5 9:50.3 0:00 1:51:35.7 26:36.0 1:49.459 79 Paul Corcoran/Barry Donnelly Ford Escort Mk2 12 1 9:17.6 0:00 1:57:54.3 32:54.6 6:18.660 120 Eamon Russell/Gavin O’Donnell Honda Civic 11F 6 9:31.9 0:00 1:59:44.7 34:45.0 1:50.461 129 Kevin McDaid/Paul McCafferty Opel Corsa 9 3 8:59.3 0:00 2:03:53.1 38:53.4 4:08.4Results for the Historic categoryO/A Car Driver/Codriver Make Class Pos SS14 Road Total Diff 1st Diff Prev1 H1 Wesley Patterson/Sean Hayde Ford Escort RS1800 K O/A 8:33.6 0:00 59:12.62 H3 Seamus O’Connell/Sean Magee Ford Escort K O/A 7:58.4 0:00 59:30.4 0:17.8 0:17.83 H2 Donal Connolly/Danny McLaughlin Ford Escort Mk2 D3 1 8:50.9 0:00 1:02:14.2 3:01.6 2:43.84 H6 Aidan O’Connor/Ian Regan Ford Escort C3 1 9:26.5 0:00 1:05:32.5 6:19.9 3:18.35 H5 John Keatley/James McKeefry Porsche 911 B5 O/A 9:18.7 0:00 1:06:09.2 6:56.6 0:36.76 H7 John Spiers/Susanne Niedrum Porsche 911 D4 1 9:30.1 0:00 1:06:15.8 7:03.2 0:06.67 H11 Ian Millar/Ronan O’Neill Ford Escort RS1800 K 1 8:52.4 0:00 1:08:00.5 8:47.9 1:44.78 H9 Niall Creighton/Gregory Roberts Ford Cortina B3 1 10:10.0 0:00 1:10:21.5 11:08.9 2:21.09 H12 Harry Browne/Martin McGrath Hillman Avenger C2 1 10:19.8 0:15 1:12:28.4 13:15.8 2:06.910 H10 William Todd/Aaron Johnston Morris Mini B2 1 10:23.5 0:00 1:13:02.2 13:49.6 0:33.8JENNINGS STRETCHES LEAD: ALL THE RESULTS AFTER DAY 2 OF THE DONEGAL RALLY was last modified: June 22nd, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:JENNINGS STRETCHES LEAD: ALL THE RESULTS AFTER DAY 2 OF THE DONEGAL RALLYlast_img read more