first_imgAthens, GA-based rockers Perpetual Groove will perform a proper two-night headlining run at Brooklyn Bowl on September 8th and 9th. Since the group came off a two year hiatus back in mid-2015, Brock Butler (guitar, vocals), Adam Perry (bass, vocals), Matt McDonald (keys, vocals), and Albert Suttle (drums) have been putting together some of the strongest and most inspiring shows of the band’s now twenty year career. To add to that, P-Groove released the EP Familiar Stare this past August, which witnessed a new chapter of creativity, maturation, and an evolution of sound for the quartet. The future looks very bright for Perpetual Groove.Cleveland, OH funk/hip-hop/reggae acts Tropidelic will support P-Groove at the Brooklyn Bowl on Friday, September 8th, with support from Trae Pierce & the T-Stones and Broccoli Samurai on the 9th. Tickets for September 8th can be purchased here, and September 9th tix here. Enter To Win A Pair Of Tickets To Your Show Of Choice:[cover photo by Jason Koerner Photography]]last_img read more

first_imgDo you want experience working at Harvard’s longest-running arts festival and get behind the scenes with the arts? The Office for the Arts invites you to be a part of Arts First, on Saturday, May 4, 2019! We are seeking volunteers to help set up, clean up, greet audience members, hand out Arts First guides, and keep performance venues running smoothly. No experience necessary.  Open to everyone! All volunteers get a free Arts First T-shirt.If interested, please fill out this form here.Contact Marin Orlosky Randow, Arts First coordinator, with questions at [email protected]last_img

first_img Right-back: Cuco Martina (Southampton) – Even Martina admitted he was shocked by the quality of his goal in the 4-0 win against Arsenal but it was part of a hugely impressive all-round performance. The right back channelled his inner Roberto Carlos to curl home a beauty to become the first Curacaoan player to score in the Premier League. 11 Striker: Harry Kane (Tottenham) – Not many still think Kane is a one-season wonder. The Spurs striker now has 12 goals in his last 11 games after a comparatively dry start to the campaign and is getting back to the sensational levels he set last year. Norwich had no answer. Right midfield: Kevin De Bruyne (Man City) – Ten goals and ten assists in his first four months is a hugely impressive return for City’s £56m man and he completely tore Sunderland to shreds at the Eithad. Two assists and a well taken second-half strike saw him deservedly pick up the man of the match award – and he was probably our player of the day too. 11 Left midfield: Marko Arnautovic (Stoke) – When Arnautovic plays well, Stoke usually excel and that was the case against Manchester United on Boxing Day. The Austrian not only struck a fantastic goal for the Potters’ second of the day, he also worked hard to help out left-back Erik Pieters as the Red Devils’ attack was stifled. Centre-back: Ryan Shawcross (Stoke) – Stoke’s defence has improved drastically since Shawcross’ return from injury last month and he again excelled against the lively Anthony Martial. 11 11 11 Striker: Shane Long (Southampton) – In the absence of Graziano Pelle against Arsenal, Long didn’t give Per Mertesacker and Laurent Koscielny a moment’s rest. His two goals were very well taken as he sent a positive message to manager Ronald Koeman. 11 getty center_img Central midfield: Dele Alli (Tottenham) – Looking more and more like the real deal every week, Alli has made the number ten role his own in a markedly improved Tottenham side. The young England midfielder was brilliant against Norwich and is making it hard for Roy Hodgson to leave him out of the Euro 2016 reckoning. Central midfield: Jordan Henderson (Liverpool) – Henderson’s return to the Liverpool starting XI has given Jurgen Klopp a major boost and he was back to his insatiable, relentless best in the Reds’ win over Leicester. The midfielder completed 41 passes in the Foxes’ half yesterday – no player bettered that – while he edged a fine battle in the centre with N’Golo Kante. 11 Are people still really calling for a winter break in English football?The festive period is now in full swing after a rip-roaring Boxing Day fixture list that amassed 23 goals and plenty of talking points.Arsenal proved they are still very much Arsenal after surrendering the chance to top the table by being mauled at Southampton, while Louis van Gaal is very much on thin ice after his Manchester United side suffered a third successive league defeat.Leicester, amazingly, suffered their first away league loss of the season as Liverpool became the first team to stop the Foxes scoring, while Manchester City and Tottenham cemented their top four spots.But which players stood out on Boxing Day?Click the yellow arrow above, right, to see who made talkSPORT’s team of the day… 11 11 Left-back: Ben Davies (Tottenham) – Davies was handed a rare start by Mauricio Pochettino against Norwich but looked accomplished deputising for Danny Rose. The left-back will be hoping for more of the same ahead of a big summer with the Welsh national team. 11 Goalkeeper: Jack Butland (Stoke) – In blustery conditions at the Britannia, Butland continued his excellent season form by keeping Manchester United at bay in the second half of Stoke’s 2-0 win. A save from Marouane Fellaini particularly stood out. 11 Centre-back: Jose Fonte (Southampton) – Fonte says its painful to watch Southampton struggle like they have last_img read more