Some dinosaur migration was delayed by climate, study shows

first_imgLocal NewsUS News Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook Twitter TAGS  By Digital AIM Web Support – February 16, 2021 Some dinosaur migration was delayed by climate, study showscenter_img Pinterest This photo provided by Randall Irmis shows a Plateosaurus model at the State Museum of Natural History in Stuttgart, Germany. Plant-eating dinosaurs such as this probably arrived in the Northern Hemisphere many millions of years later than their meat-eating cousins, according to a study published on Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2021. Twitter Facebook WhatsApp Previous articleTwo St. Joe Hospitality-Managed Hotels Receive Acclaimed Industry Distinctions From Forbes, U.S. News & World Report and Travel + LeisureNext articleTyler Perry, Clintons attend memorial for actor Cicely Tyson Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more

Pink Talking Fish Announces 2019 Spring Tour

first_imgOn Tuesday, Pink Talking Fish announced an extensive 2019 spring tour. The multi-band tribute act, which blends the music of Pink Floyd, Talking Heads, and Phish in a high-octane musical cocktail, will embark on their lengthy spring tour from the end of February through May.Pink Talking Fish will open up their tour with a two-night run at Key West, FL’s Green Parrot on February 27th and 28th, followed by performances at Fort Lauderdale, FL’s Revolution Live (3/1); Tampa, FL’s Orpheum (3/2); Harrisburg, PA’s Club XL (3/14); Richmond, VA’s The National (3/15); Norfolk, VA’s NorVa (3/16); Flagstaff, AZ’s Orpheum (3/26); Phoenix, AZ’s Last Exit Live (3/27); San Diego’s Winston’s OB (3/28 &3/29); Los Angeles, CA’s Teregram Ballroom (3/30); Anaheim, CA’s House of Blues (3/31); Nevada City, CA’s Crazy Horse Saloon (4/2 & 4/3); Chico, CA’s Lost on Main (4/4); Mill Valley, CA’s Sweetwater Music Hall (4/5); Seattle, WA’s Nectar Lounge (4/6); Saratoga Springs, NY’s Putnam Place (4/12); Burlington, VT’s Nectars (4/13 & 4/14); Atlanta, GA’s SweetWater420 Fest (4/19); Salisbury MA’s Blue Ocean Music Hall (4/20); and tour closing festival appearances at Kansas City, MO’s Bluegrass In The Bottoms and Greenfield, MA’s Strange Creek Campout.Pink Talking Fish will close out their winter tour this weekend with performances at Killington, VT’s Pickle Barrel on Thursday, Plymouth, NH’s Flying Monkey on Friday, and a very special JUNTA CIRCUS performance at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY on Saturday. Marking their third headlining performance at the historic venue, Pink Talking Fish will take on Phish’s 1989 Junta album while intertwining Pink Floyd andTalking Heads songs throughout the setlist. Just like in previous events at The Cap, this PTF show will be a “one set marathon performance”.To add to the special occasion, The Capitol Theatre will be fully transformed into a circus. The band is teaming up with New York’s “Big Apple Circus” to provide live circus attractions both on and off stage. In addition, Greg Ormont from Pigeons Playing Ping Pong will serve as “The Ringmaster”.Head to Pink Talking Fish’s website for ticketing and more information.Pink Talking Fish 2019 Spring Tour Dates:2.27 – 28: Key West FL at Green Parrot3.01: Fort Lauderdale FL at Revolution Live3.02: Tampa FL at The Orpheum3.14: Harrisburg PA at Club XL3.15: Richmond VA at The National3.16: Norfolk VA at The NorVa3.26: Flagstaff AZ at The Orpheum3.27: Phoenix AZ at Last Exit Live3.28 – 29: Ocean Beach CA at Winstons3.30: Los Angeles CA at Teragram Ballroom3.31: Anaheim CA at House Of Blues4.2 – 3: Nevada City CA at Crazy Horse Saloon4.4: Chico CA at Lost On Main4.5: Mill Valley CA at Sweetwater Music Hall4.6: Seattle WA at Nectar Lounge4.12 Saratoga Springs NY at Putnam Place4.13 – 14: Burlington VT at Nectars4.19: Atlanta GA at Sweetwater420 Music Festival4.20: Salisbury MA at Blue Ocean Music Hall5.18: Kansas City MO at Bluegrass In The Bottoms5.24 – 26: Greenfield MA at Strange Creek CampoutView All Tour Dateslast_img read more

Whelan: Everton bids would be considered

first_img Martinez is expected to be confirmed as David Moyes’ successor in the next 48 hours and the Spaniard has already been linked with potential moves for the likes of highly-rated midfielder James McCarthy and forwards Arouna Kone and Callum McManaman – a former Toffees trainee – from Wigan. “There is no agreement. It is unfair and I don’t believe in anything like that,” Whelan told Press Association Sport. “If Everton want to sign any of our players for the right amount of money we will consider it.” Roberto Martinez will be free to cherry-pick players from Wigan once his expected appointment at Everton is confirmed. Whelan is believed to have negotiated compensation of about £1.5million for Martinez’s services. And while he would hope to be able to hang on to key players as the club seek to bounce back from their relegation to the npower Championship at the first opportunity he accepts the lure of the top flight is a strong one. “We have to face every single thing that relegation presents us,” he added. “It is normally the case certain players want to play in the Premier League and I can’t blame them for that. “Players sign contracts but sometimes one or two want to leave and it is difficult to stop them. “Players are players and I believe in freedom in football. “But we have a lot of players who are loyal to Wigan Athletic so we will just wait and see.” center_img Press Associationlast_img read more