PHOTOS: 420 On The Block In Denver

first_imgLoad remaining images Over the weekend of April 20, celebrated as “4/20” in the marijuana culture, Denver’s Fox Street Compound hosted 420 On The Block, “The Mile High Block Party”. The three-day 4/20 music festival saw headlining performances from Break Science Live Band (featuring Borahm Lee, Adam Deitch, and Lettuce’s Adam Smirnoff, Jesus Coomes, and the Shady Horns), Action Bronson, and Matisyahu, as well as art galleries, live muralists, and a 420 Bazaar featuring over 75+ vendors.The complete lineup featured sets from the Pretty Lights Movement presents Michal Menert, Supervision, Chris Karns, Karl Denson’s Tiny Univers Presents: Eat A Bunch Of Peaches, and Mikey Thunder on Friday.Saturday saw sets from Washed Out, Evidence, Kitchen Dwellers, Tnertle, The Sweet Lillies, and Orka Odyssey, while Sunday was completed with sets from Protoje, RDGLGRN, Nattalie Rize, The Reminders, Wake Up And Live, and Jyemo Club.Photographer Andrew Rios was on the scene to capture the glory of Saturday (and some of Friday)’s shenanigans, as you can see in the photo gallery below.420 On The Block | Denver, CO | 2018last_img read more

Eden Hazard completes move to Real Madrid

first_imgMadrid: Real Madrid has announced the signing of forward Eden Hazard, who leaves Chelsea after seven seasons that saw him win six trophies and a slew of individual honours, including the Football Writers’ Association Footballer of the Year award for 2014-2015.The 28-year-old Belgian is under contract with Los Blancos until June 30, 2024, the club said on Friday, adding that Hazard will be presented as a Real Madrid player on June 13 after undergoing a medical examination, reports Efe news.Real Madrid agreed to pay Chelsea a transfer fee of roughly 100 million euros ($113 million). Hazard declined during the season to renew his contract with the Blues, which was set to expire in June 2020, and made it clear he was ready to embark on a new phase in his career. IANS Also Read: SPORTS NEWSlast_img read more

Coach Opeele wants Appiah to start best 11 against Holland

first_imgFormer Black Starlets coach Opeele Adade Boateng, has advised Coach Kwesi Appiah to start Saturday’s friendly match against Holland with the best 11 players in the team.Black Stars are billed to take on the Netherlands national team in an international friendly in Rotterdam as part of their preparations for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.Speaking on JOY Sports Review on Multi TV, Opeele said the match is an opportunity for Ghanaians football fans to see the quality of the team Kwesi Appiah is going to present at the World Cup.He therefore said the coach should commence hostilities with his best 11 players and then make substitutions as the need would arise.Opeele also said enough time should be given to the likes of Afriyie Acquah, David Accam and Jeffrey Schlupp to prove in concrete terms that they deserve to be part of the team in Brazil.“I want to advise Appiah to start the friendly match against Holland with his best 11 players. Ghanaians want to see the kind of team he intends to parade in Brazil.“ He can start with the best 11 and then make substitutions as the game progresses. It may not be possible for him to play everyone but he should ensure that the possible 23 are given enough time to play. “I also want him to let Ghanaians see what Afriyie, Accam and Schlupp have to offer. He should give them enough time to prove themselves”.The former Kotoko handler believes Holland will give the Black Stars a good match.last_img read more