Papadosio has certainly been on a roll the past few months. Their latest studio album, Pattern Integrities, was released toward the tail end of September, and the band just wrapped up the first leg of the album’s supporting tour. Since their inception, Papadosio has strived to push their limits, constantly searching for new ways to expand the depth and reach of each project they’re involved with. Today, Papadosio released their first ever remix album via their Bandcamp, continuing on with their long-held tradition to seek out new ways to present their music to fans.Pattern Integrities Remixed is a ten-track remix album of Papadosio’s latest album, which features remixes by ten producers who have taken the tracks on Pattern Integrities and put their own spin on them. Artists involved on the new remix album include Bluetech, Kalya Scintilla, and Living Light, to name a few. You can digitally download Papadosio’s first remix album now or pre-order a hardcopy via the band’s Bandcamp.This latest remix album should also be a perfect way to get fans stoked for Papadosio’s sophomore return to Red Rocks Amphitheater on May 6th of this year. The evening on the Rocks, dubbed Re:Creation Red Rocks, will feature what are sure to be unforgettable performances by Papadosio, Sunsquabi, Desert Dwellers, Supersillyus, An-Ten-Nae, and Eliot Lipp. Furthermore, the legendary visionary artists, Alex Grey and Allyson Grey will share the stage with Papadosio, creating their renowned transcendent paintings as the band tears it up. You can get tickets for the Red Rocks shows here after you pick up the band’s new remix album, and stay tuned for Live For Live Music’s full review of Pattern Integrities Remixed tomorrow.
In Iloilo City, the rising number ofroad mishaps has prompted Mayor Jerry Treñas to implementing beginning thismonth a new scheme aimed at disciplining drivers and pedestrians, althoughnarrow in scope for the time being. Between the two highly-urbanizedcities in Region 6, Bacolod had the most number of deaths last December at 40;Iloilo had 23. The 27-year-old Genevie Basbano ofCabantuhan, Lemery, Iloilo died of head injuries. On the other hand, ClydeSindingan, 19, of Barangay Pinantan Diel, Ajuy, Iloilo was treated at the SaraDistrict Hospital for injuries. Most of those who died were motorcycleriders, according to Police Lieutenant Colonel Joem Malong, spokesperson of thePolice Regional Office 6 (PRO-6). But there appears to be no end to theroad mishaps. From Jan. 1 to Jan. 6 this year, seven people already died invehicular accidents across the region, and 80 persons injured. There were 8,998 complaints regardingdamage to property, too, due to vehicular accidents. “Angwala gatabok sa pedestrian lane…tudloan man naton kon diin dapat insaktomagsakay,” he said. “Gustoni Mayor (Jerry) Treñas ma-start na kita this January,” said Conlu. Land Transportation Office (LTO)Region 6 spokesperson Riza Otayde said their office is intensifying the day andnight monitoring of traffic to ensure that rules and regulations are followedto minimize if not totally avoid vehicular accidents. All traffic rules and regulations(national and local) will be strictly enforced on the avenue round the clock. “We never fail to remind drivers todrive safely and slowly to avoid accidents. Peromay ara gid tig-a ulo. Nagakarera sila hasta indi na nila ma-control ang ila nasakyan,” said Malong. ILOILO City – December 2019 was aninjurious and even deadly month, police data on vehicular accidents acrossWestern Visayas showed. In the first few days or weeks,however, the PSTMO and its partners would focus more on informationdissemination on the Traffic Discipline Zone scheme. There will be noapprehensions but traffic laws and regulations would be strictly enforced,stressed Conlu. The Philippine National Police,Highway Patrol Group and LTO will be helping the PSTMO enforce this new scheme. They should be wearing helmets and notexceed the speed limit, among others, she stressed. “Over speeding is the most commoncause of road mishaps, said Otayde. The 14-kilometer Sen. Benigno AquinoJr. Avenue (Diversion Road) in Mandurriao district will be made a “TrafficDiscipline Zone”, according to the city government’s Public Safety andTransportation Management Office (PSTMO) head Jeck Conlu. In terms of persons injured due tovehicular accidents, Iloilo province had the most number at 1,571 followed byIloilo City with 1,228. Conlu said law enforcers wound bearmed with, among others, breath analyzers to catch those driving while underthe influence of alcohol and speed guns to catch drivers who are exceeding thespeed limit. Aklan registered 54 deaths; Antique,46; Capiz, 60; and Guimaras, eight. A total of 529 people died and5,139 others were injured. Negros Occidental recorded the highestnumber of deaths (159), followed by Iloilo province (139), according to thePolice Regional Office 6 (PRO-6). Policemen of Zarraga, Iloilo stop motorcycles for inspection. Most of the vehicular accidents last month involved motorcycles, Police Regional Office 6 data showed. Over speeding is the most common cause of road mishaps, according to the Land Transportation Office in Western Visayas. IAN PAUL CORDERO/PN But there is special focus onmotorcycle riders (both drivers and back riders), said Otayde. Just this Saturday, Jan. 11, anotherperson died in a road mishap and another one injured. Their motorcyclescollided in Barangay Poblacion Ilawod, Sara, Iloilo at around 10:50 p.m. After the Diversion Road, next to bemade a “traffic discipline zone” is McArthur Drive from Barangay Tabuc Suba,Jaro district to Barangay Balantang./PN
SEYMOUR – More roadwork begins this weekend across Southeastern Indiana as INDOT plans to refurbish the reflective pavement markers that help define travel lanes for motorists.Thousands of reflector lenses will be installed on interstate highways during nighttime hours beginning Sunday, August 24INDOT officials ask drivers to be alert for lighted message boards that direct traffic around moving work sites.Work will be done through September along these routes:I-65 from the Johnson-Marion County line to the Kennedy Bridge in Clark CountyI-64 from State Road 135 near Corydon to the Spring Street ramp at New AlbanyI-74 from the Decatur-Shelby County line to the Indiana-Ohio state lineI-264 from I-64 to the ramps at S.R. 62I-275 mainline and connector rampsReflector refurbishing will also be done on S.R. 37 RPMs in Monroe County.
Monday, April 1 Matchup ChampionshipSunday, April 7Matchup No. 8 California 92, No. 9 North Carolina 72 No. 1 Notre Dame 84, No. 2 Stanford 68 No. 9 Michigan State 88, No. 8 Central Michigan 87 No. 1 Baylor 85, No. 2 Iowa 53 No. 2 UConn 80, No. 1 Louisville 73 No. 3 Syracuse 70, No. 14 Fordham 49 The NCAA women’s bracket has been released and it came with one big shock. Most surprisingly, the UConn huskies aren’t a No. 1 seed for the first time since 2006. The Huskies have been upset in the Final Four the the last two years. Still, UConn received a No. 2 seed this year and fall under No. 1 Louisville’s region of the bracket.The other No. 1 seeds are Mississippi State, Notre Dame and Baylor, the No. 1 overall seed. Mississippi State has been to back-to-back national championships, but have yet to finish with the title, falling to Notre Dame in 2018 and South Carolina in 2017. No. 6 UCLA 89, No. 11 Tennessee 77 No. 2 UConn 69, No. 6 UCLA 61 No. 2 Stanford 79, No. 15 UC Davis 54 No. 1 Mississippi 76, No. 5 Arizona State 53 No. 11 Missouri State 89, No. 6 DePaul 78 No. 7 BYU 73, No. 10 Auburn 64 No. 2 Oregon 88, No. 1 Mississippi State 84 No. 3 NC State 63, No. 14 Maine 51 No. 4 Oregon State 80, No. 13 Boise State 75 (OT) No. 3 Maryland 73, No. 14 Radford 51 Second RoundSunday, March 24 MatchupNo. 1 Louisville 71, No. 8 Michigan 50No. 2 Iowa 68, Missouri 52No. 4 South Carolina 72, No. 5 Florida State 64No. 4 Texas A&M 78, No. 5 Marquette 76No. 2 UConn 84, No. 10 Buffalo 72No. 5 Arizona State 57, No. 4 Miami (Fla) 55No. 2 Oregon 91, No. 10 Indiana 68No. 1 Mississippi State 85, No. 9 Clemson 61Monday, March 25 MatchupNo. 1 Notre Dame 91, No. 9 Michigan State 63No. 3 NC State 72, No. 6 Kentucky 57No. 6 South Dakota State 75, No. 3 Syracuse 64No. 6 UCLA 85, No. 3 Maryland 80No. 1 Baylor 102, No. 8 California 63No. 11 Missouri State 69, No. 3 Iowa State 60No. 4 Oregon State 76, No. Gonzaga 70No. 2 Stanford 72, No. 7 BYU 63Sweet 16Friday, March 29Matchup No. 2 Iowa 79, No. 3 NC State 61 No. 1 Baylor 93, No. 4 South Carolina 68 No. 5 Gonzaga 68, No. 12 Little Rock 51 No. 2 Oregon 63, No. South Dakota St. 53 No. 3 Iowa State 97, No. 14 New Mexico State 61 No. 1 Baylor 82, No. 1 Notre Dame 81 No. 1 Notre Dame 92, No. 16 Bethune-Cookman 50 No. 1 Notre Dame 87, No. 4 Texas A&M 80 Here’s everything to know about the 2019 NCAA women’s basketball tournament, including a full schedule plus how to watch games live on TV and stream online.NCAA women’s tournament: How to watch, live streamThe 2019 NCAA women’s tournament will be broadcast primarily on ESPN2 (full schedule below) with the national championship game airing on ESPN on April 7. You can watch a live stream of games online with the WatchESPN app.2019 NCAA women’s basketball bracketUpper left bracketNo. 1 Baylor vs. No. 16 Abilene ChristianNo. 8 California vs. No. 9 North CarolinaNo. 5 Florida State vs. No. 12 BucknellNo. 4 South Carolina vs. No. 13 BelmontNo. 6 Kentucky vs. No. 11 PrincetonNo. 3 NC State vs. No. 14 MaineNo. 7 Missouri vs. No. 10 DrakeNo. 2 Iowa vs. No. 15 MercerLower left bracketNo. 1 Mississippi State vs. No. 16 Southern UniversityNo. 8 South Dakota vs. No. 9 ClemsonNo. 5 Arizona State vs. No. 12 Central FloridaNo. 4 Miami (FL) vs. No. 13 Florida Gulf CoastNo. 6 South Dakota State vs. No. 11 QuinnipiacNo. 3 Syracuse vs. No. 14 FordhamNo. 7 Texas vs. No. 10 IndianaNo. 2 Oregon vs. No. 15 Portland StateUpper right bracketNo. 1 Notre Dame vs. No. 16 Bethune-CookmanNo. 8 Central Michigan vs. No. 9 Michigan StateNo. 5 Marquette vs. No. 12 RiceNo. 4 Texas A&M vs. No. 13 Wright StateNo. 6 DePaul vs. No. 11 Missouri StateNo. 3 Iowa State vs. No. 14 New Mexico StateNo. 7 BYU vs. No. 10 AuburnNo. 2 Stanford vs. No. 15 UC DavisLower right bracketNo. 1 Louisville vs. No. 16 Robert MorrisNo. 8 Michigan vs. No. 9 Kansas StateNo. 5 Gonzaga vs. No. 12 Little RockNo. 4 Oregon State vs. No. 13 Boise StateNo. 6 UCLA vs. No. 11 TennesseeNo. 3 Maryland vs. No. 14 RadfordNo. 7 Rutgers vs. No 10 BuffaloNo. 2 UConn vs. No. 15 Towson2019 NCAA women’s tournament schedule(All times Eastern)RoundSiteDatesFirst RoundCampus sitesMarch 22-23Second RoundCampus sitesMarch 24-25Sweet 16/Elite EightAlbany, N.Y.March 29-April 1Sweet 16/Elite EightChicagoMarch 29-April 1Sweet 16/Elite EightGreensboro, N.C.March 29-April 1Sweet 16/Elite EightPortland, Ore.March 29-April 1Final FourTampa, Fla.April 5ChampionshipTampa, Fla.April 7First RoundFriday, March 22MatchupNo. 1 Louisville 69, No. 16 Robert Morris 34No. 4 South Carolina 74, No. 13 Belmont 52No. 2 Iowa 66, No. 15 Mercer 61No. 5 Marquette 58, No. 12 Rice 54 (OT)No. 8 Michigan 84, No. 9 Kansas State 54No. 5 Florida State 70, No. 12 Bucknell 67No. 7 Missouri 77, No. 10 Drake 76No. 4 Texas A&M 84, No. 13 Wright State 61No. 10 Buffalo 82, No. 7 Rutgers 71 No. 9 Clemson 79, No. 8 South Dakota 66 No. 5 Arizona State 60, No. 12 Central Florida 45No. 2 UConn 110, No.