On April 1 & 2, 2016, Lettuce, Purple Hat Productions, and Live for Live Music will host Fool’s Paradise, a funk-fueled destination beach event taking place in the heart of one of America’s most historic cities: St. Augustine, FL. For all the Funk Fools getting ready to meet us in St. Augustine, we’ve put together two playlists for your listening pleasures.Whether you’re sitting at a desk, driving down the highway, or en route to the festival itself, these tunes will surely help make the wait well worth the while. We’ve separated the playlist between two days, as to account for the uniquely diverse vibes expected from each day’s respective lineups. Friday’s playlist features the thundering funkitudes of Lettuce, GRiZ, Break Science, Goldfish, Marvel Years, and more. Take it for a spin:Saturday’s playlist features the undeniable soul drenching sounds of Lettuce, Vulfpeck, Chris Robinson, The Meters, Dumpstaphunk, The Nth Power, Neal Casal’s Circles Around The Sun, Brasstracks, and more. Get lost here:In case the sounds aren’t enough to get you excited, here are ten more reasons why you should attend Fool’s Paradise. Peep the full schedule below!
Juventus are preparing a new bid for Paul Pogba (Getty Images)Rabiot is also wanted by Arsenal with Mikel Arteta identifying the 24-year-old as a player who can improve his options in midfield.AdvertisementAdvertisementBut following Calum Chambers’ long-term injury, the Gunners have now switched their focus on signing a new central defender as a priority and talks have opened with Bayern Munich over a potential deal for Jerome Boateng. Comment Advertisement Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 4 Jan 2020 12:19 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link8.7kShares Manchester United offered Arsenal target Adrien Rabiot as Juventus prepare new bid for Paul Pogba Juventus are ready to offer Adrien Rabiot to Manchester United (REX)Juventus are prepared to offer Adrien Rabiot to Manchester United as part of their bid to sign Paul Pogba, according to reports.United re-signed Pogba from Juventus for £89 million in 2016 but the France international now wants to leave Old Trafford.Juventus are in the running to sign Pogba for a second time and the Serie A champions are reportedly confident that an agreement can be reached with United.According to The Sun, Juve believe United would accept a deal worth around £85 million to sell Pogba in the January transfer window.ADVERTISEMENTThe report claims that Juve value Rabiot, who was signed on a free transfer last summer, at £25m and are ready to offer an additional £60m cash. Arsenal are also in the running to sign Rabiot (Getty Images)More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityJuventus, meanwhile, are open to offloading Rabiot less than a year after his arrival from Paris Saint-Germain.Speaking last month, Juventus boss Maurizio Sarri admitted that the midfielder, who has started just five games in Serie A this season, has struggled to adjust since his move to Turin.‘He has struggled to settle into our football, but that is normal,’ said Sarri.‘He is also quite introverted, which doesn’t help him to settle.’More: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errors
After topping host No. 22 California (33-17, 17-10 Pac-12) 11-3 Saturday afternoon, the No. 15 Trojans (35-18, 16-11 Pac-12) lost 7-5 and 7-2 on Sunday and Monday, respectively.The Trojans’ win was sparked by three RBIs and a two-run home run from junior center fielder Timmy Robinson. In the top of the second, Robinson kicked off the scoring drive with an RBI double.Sophomore first baseman Jeremy Martinez and senior second baseman Dante Flores also had great offensive showings. Martinez went three-for-five with three RBIs and Flores knocked in two RBIs.Senior pitcher Kyle Davis —in his second-straight Friday night start — kept the Bears to three runs and eight hits in eight innings. He struck out three and walked only one. Davis improved his record to 3-1 on the year.Sophomore pitcher Andrew Wright tossed a 1-2-3 ninth inning with one strikeout to close out the game for USC.Game 2 of the series didn’t fair as well for the Trojans. It was a back-and-forth battle, but the Bears maintained the lead and got the win to tie the series at one game apiece.USC jumped ahead early with senior catcher Garrett Stubbs knocking in Martinez with a double in the first. Redshirt junior left fielder Bobby Stahel had a sac fly to give the Trojans a 2-0 lead in the second.It was back-and-forth scoring until the Bears broke it open 5-3 in the fifth inning. It wasn’t until the seventh inning that the Trojans tied it up.Flores had a sac fly and junior third baseman Blake Lacey knocked in his second RBI of the game.With two on and two outs, junior right fielder AJ Ramirez was up, but he struck out to end the offensive-fueled inning.The Bears scored the go-ahead run in the bottom half of the inning and knocked in an insurance run in the bottom of the eighth to seal the win and tie the series at one each.In the final game of the series, the Trojans saw their only two scores in the first inning —despite outhitting the Bears 8-7.In the 7-2 loss, the Trojans’ rough patch was the nine walks from the pitchers.When the game kicked off, it looked like it was going to be a great day for the Trojans after they scored two runs on a two-out rally. Martinez, Robinson and Flores all contributed to the early 2-0 lead.Flores went 2-for-4 with one RBI, and Martinez went 2-for-3 with one run on the day.The Bears sparked off their offense with three runs in the bottom of the third and sustained that momentum throughout the game to score a total of seven unanswered runs.Three of the Bears’ seven runs were scored by baserunners who were on because of the atypical number of walks from the Trojans pitchers. Another run came as a result of an error and another as a result of a hit by pitch.Freshman starter Mitch Hart took the loss (7-3 on the year) in three innings. He allowed three runs (two earned) on three hits with five walks and two strikeouts.The Trojans brought in three relievers — juniors Brent Wheatley, Marc Huberman and Brooks Kriske — to try and salvage the game, but fell short.Wheatley threw for 1.1 innings, allowing two runs on two hits. Huberman threw two innings, allowing two runs on one hit and three walks. Kriske closed out the game in 1.2 innings, allowing only just on run with two strikeouts.The Trojans’ lack of scoring can be attributed to the fact that they left nine runners on base.Before dropping this series, the Trojans won three of their last four.USC will look to shake off this past weekend and win its final series of the regular season at home this weekend.The Trojans will close out the regular season with a home series against No. 12 Arizona State (32-19, 17-10 Pac-12). The first game will be at 7 p.m. on May 22.
A Clark County Superior Court judge declined to reduce bail Friday for a Vancouver man jailed on suspicion of vehicular homicide for a fatal crash earlier this month in Battle Ground.Judge Gregory Gonzales kept Daniel Scott Berry’s bail at $250,000 after a defense attorney argued the amount should be lowered to the prosecution’s original request of $100,000 bail.Berry, 33, first appeared in court Tuesday. Gonzales opted for the higher bail amount based on the “egregious” allegations of the case.Berry was arrested Monday, two weeks after the July 8 crash at the intersection of Southwest 10th Avenue (state Highway 503) and Eaton Boulevard. John A. Christianson, 58, of Ridgefield, was injured and died later that week.On the day of the crash, emergency crews were dispatched shortly after 8 a.m. to the intersection. A white 1992 Lexus sedan, driven by Berry, and an Indian motorcycle, driven by Christianson, collided, according to police.Clark County sheriff’s deputies determined through multiple witness interviews that Berry was driving recklessly before the crash. He was driving north on 10th Avenue and failed to stop at the red light at Eaton Boulevard, despite all other northbound vehicles being stopped, according to a probable cause affidavit.