Video director Bulldog Media’s Joe W. speaks more in-depth about the band’s decision to shoot in this style. “I came up with the idea after listening to the song a few times. I’ve always wanted to do a 1950’s era video and thought this song would be a good fit. The lyrics “Old Country Road” made me think about the roads surrounding where I grew up in Sonoma County. We ended up shooting the film outside of Petaluma, CA, about 30 minutes from my home town. It was the perfect setting to match my vision for the video.”The song itself was written by Woodruff, and the first-ever song recorded at the band’s Ruffwood Studios in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Built by Woodruff himself, creating a workspace was influential on the album’s direction. “The process of building a studio from scratch in the mountains, surrounded by Redwood trees, yet 15 minutes from the beach, really framed the concept and direction of the album.”Stick Figure is on tour throughout March and the majority of 2016, so don’t miss the group on the road! For more information, click onto their website. California-based roots rockers Stick Figure always bring a good time wherever they go. Known for their soulful takes on the reggae genre, Stick Figure released their 2015 album Set In Stone to critical acclaim. You can listen to the album here.Now, the band is expanding on the artistic direction of Set In Stone with a brand new music video for the single, “Shadow.” Written about Cocoa The Dog, who frontman Scott Woodruff calls “my sidekick, my shadow,” the new video was shot in a retro 50’s style. Woodruff speaks fondly of Cocoa, saying that she “is essentially a member of the band. She is on stage every night, walking the perimeter and greeting the fans. She also gets first pick on choosing her bunk on the bus!”Enjoy the new music video for “Shadow” below:
The website features a ‘search by town’ feature where you can select any town in the county and be brought to an interactive list of take-out options within that municipality. You can then view menus and links to each restaurant’s website or Facebook page. It also tells you if the restaurant has an order online feature available. ‘Tioga to Go’ is a collaboration between Tioga County Tourism, The Tioga County Chamber of Commerce and Tioga County Legislative chair Martha Sauerbrey. She put her support behind the initiative, stressing that local restaurants need all the help they can get with winter on the way. Sally Yablonsky, Director of Operations at the Tioga County Chamber of Commerce came up with the idea with her son as an alternative to Tioga County’s Restaurant Week. Yablonsky’s mom Ruth Harrington was the second COVID-19 death in Broome County and Yablonsky is passionate about keeping the community safe from the virus.She say though, that we cannot leave local businesses behind. You can access ‘Tioga to Go’ by clicking here. Called ‘Tioga To Go’ the system features a website connecting residents to more than 50 restaurants offering take-out in the county. “With indoor dining capacity still restricted and colder temperatures limiting outdoor dining, our Tioga County restaurants have been strengthening their take-out options. Getting take-out is a great way to treat yourself and your family while safely supporting local businesses,” Sauerbrey said. “We’re just hoping it’s a win win for our community. We just want people to stay home and stay have but at the same time we have to worry about our businesses and our economy,” she said. OWEGO (WBNG) — Tioga County has unveiled a new take-out system which will help support local restaurants, while providing residents a safe and easy way to support their favorite eateries. Organizers encourage residents to be safe and adhere to whatever COVID-19 restrictions the restaurant you choose has in place.
Despite the efforts of Oak Island Water Rescue and several others on the beach the victim was pronounced dead at the hospital.Lee Dingle was the president of Atlas Engineering in Raleigh, North Carolina, the company has since released a statement on his passing:“He was a dream employee and coworker, a good friend, a loving, dedicated father, and a wonderfully kind person,” said Chris Coutu, chief engineer and executive vice president at Atlas Engineering.“The loss to his family and to our company is profound. He served his state and community as an Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) Engineering Specialist. He was brave, calm, and reassuring; he was somebody one would want around when conditions were dangerous or chaotic. He will be greatly missed.” A mother of 6 is reporting that she lost her husband in a freak accident after he was struck by a beach wave so strong that it broke his neck and deprived him of oxygen to long for him to be saved.The accident occurred Thursday Oak Island’s beach in North Carolina.The victim’s wife, Shannon Dingle, reported on Twitter that her husband Lee Dingle, was playing with three of the children in the water when suddenly he was hit by a strong wave which pushed him over and into the sand and immediately snapped his neck.Dingle continued saying the impact also caused his throat to swell which deprived his brain of oxygen for an extended period of time.
The best BiH female swimmer Amina Kajraz broke the national record in 100 meters butterfly stroke during the performance in Dubai.In the final race of a competition within the Swimming World Cup 2016, Kajtaz took the sixth place with the result of 59.51.Amina entered the finals by winning the third place in the first qualification group with the result of 1:00:42. During her performance in the Olympics in Rio, Amina achieved a result of 1:01:67.Kajtaz will tomorrow perform in the race at 50 meters butterfly stroke.(Source: klix.ba)