Last week, Pretty Lights stunned fans with his announcement of a new direction, emphasizing more live band work with a new song called “Only Yesterday” featuring members of Lettuce, Break Science and more. Naturally, what does one do when they want a heavy dose of live music? Visit New Orleans, of course.That’s where Pretty Lights and the Analog Future Band found themselves last night, as they headlined the BUKU Music & Arts Festival. Not only did PL headline with the band, but he was scheduled to perform at the Joy Theater for a late night party featuring the Preservation Hall Jazz Band Horns.An additional secret after party took place on the streets of NOLA, as Pretty Lights shared the above photo with the caption “PLay a secret set in NOLA .” Fans could not have been happier to witness this intimate, late-night dance party.Check out some fan-shot footage of the secret set, courtesy of Cy Desormeaux on YouTube:The fans couldn’t have been happier.I just witnessed a secret pretty lights set in New Orleans and just met datsik. my life cannot be better.— Gaby Hidalgo (@gabyhidalg0) March 13, 2016Some enamored reactions from around the web:3 @PrettyLights sets in one night…and one of them under a bridge in New Orleans. Wow. Thank you Buku. pic.twitter.com/MjY8iZ40v7— Pal-Jacik (@Blaking_Bad) March 13, 2016 This is how close I was to @PrettyLights last night at the secret set. Unbelievable. pic.twitter.com/yTX8QVByGV— Nas Kabbani (@anaskabbani10) March 13, 2016Keep on rocking it, PL Fam.
A Publix in West Boca Raton has undergone a deep cleaning of it’s establishment after one if it’s employees tested positive for the coronavirus.The employee worked at the store on the corner of Clint Moore Road and U.S. Highway 441.“The store has completed a disinfection-level deep cleaning in accordance with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in addition to our daily cleaning and sanitation protocols,” Publix spokeswoman Nicole Krauss told our news partners at WPTV.Publix also announced on Monday that it will supply employees with facemask and gloves which they can choose to wear if it makes them feel more comfortable. They also reported, however, that they have a limited supply of gloves for associates and that they will not supply masks as they are in short supply and are needed for medical staff.Some stores have also begun putting up plexiglass barriers between cashiers and customers to prevent the spread of the virus.
By Bruce FuhrThe Nelson Daily SportsThe Kootenay Wildcats proved they can play at the same level as the elite teams in the B.C. Female Midget AAA Hockey League. The Wildcats just can’t beat those elite teams.Thompson/Okanagan Rockets reeled off a pair of Female Midget AAA League wins during the weekend in Nelson, edging Kootenay 4-0 Saturday and 5-3 Sunday.The loss was the fourth in a row for Kootenay, which is currently clinging to fourth spot in the BCFMHL.“Our next games (this weekend) are crucial if we want to avoid traveling to Prince George to play the Cougars,” said head coach Mario DiBella. “We play Prince George and have to beat them so we can host the first round of the playoffs.”Saturday, a few-minute siesta during the second period allowed the Rockets to score three quick goals to grab a 3-0 lead after 40 minutes.Kootenay dominated the start of the third but were denied by Rockets’ starting netminder Shelby Tse.“That’s been a problem all season is scoring goals,” DiBella lamented. “We played very well in the third but (Thompson/Okanagan) has a good goalie the we just couldn’t beat.”Kelsey Freudenberger, with a pair, and Bre Frasca, scored in a span of five minutes to give the visitors all the goals needed for the win.Emily Gervais scored into an empty net to complete the scoring.Kootenay out shot the Rockets 28-15 and 12-4 in the third period.Sunday the Rockets exploded for three second period goals to break open a close 2-2 game after one frame.Freudenberger, with her second of the game, Jeanna Jenkins and Frasca gave Thompson/Okanagan the lead for good.Daley Oddy of Cranbrook score twice in the first period to keep the Wildcats closes. Shea Weighill of Nakusp scored the final tally for Kootenay.The Cats, 7-12-2, have little time to feel sorry as Prince George visits the Heritage City for a pair of games Saturday and Sunday.Saturday the teams meet at 3:30 a.m. in the Civic Arena. Sunday, puck drops at 7:45 a.m. in the NDCC [email protected]