Temple Of The Dog Debuts Chris Cornell Original In Second Show Back [Watch]

first_imgTemple Of The Dog returned to the Tower Theatre in Philadelphia last night for their second show together on their first-ever tour. The 90’s grunge supergroup features Chris Cornell of Soundgarden and Stone Gossard, Jeff Ament, Mike McCready, and Matt Cameron of Pearl Jam. The setlist was almost exactly the same as the first night, featuring plenty of originals from their self-titled debut album, their recently recently released EP, Temple of the Dog pre-cursor Mother Love Bone, and a few choice covers by David Bowie, Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath and The Cure, and more. To make the night unique, Temple of the Dog threw in some extra surprises, including a cover of Mad Season‘s “River Of Deceit.” Watch the video below via YouTube user mfc172:The night’s real highlight, in terms of rarity, was the debut of a never-before-heard Chris Cornell original “Missing.” As Cornell explained prior to the debut, the song dates back to the early 90s, around the time when he wrote “Spoonman” and “Seasons.” Watch fan-shot video of the performance below via YouTube user Jim Powers:You can see the full setlist below via setlist.fm. Temple Of The Dog continues their reunion tour continues tomorrow at Madison Square Garden in New York City.last_img read more

BLOG: Fighting Hunger In Pennsylvania, All Year Long

first_img By: Mary Isenhour, Governor Wolf’s Chief of Staff SHARE Email Facebook Twitter BLOG: Fighting Hunger In Pennsylvania, All Year Long Holidays,  Human Services,  The Blog The season of giving is upon us, and one of the most important things we can all give is our time. Today, Governor Wolf and I stopped by Downtown Daily Bread to help serve lunch to needy Harrisburg residents.Governor Wolf and First Lady Frances Wolf understand how serious the issue of hunger in Pennsylvania is, and are personally invested in addressing it. Every year, they contribute to food charities throughout the commonwealth and volunteer their time at local soup kitchens.#PAgov snapshot → Governor Wolf and FL Frances Wolf lend a hand at Our Daily Bread in York this morning. pic.twitter.com/0615c29vAO— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) June 11, 2015According to the most recent data, more than 1.8 million Pennsylvanians — one in seven — are at risk of hunger and may not know when their next meal is coming. That number includes over 564,000 children — one in five. These numbers are alarming to governor, myself, and the entire administration. That’s why we are so committed to improving food security in Pennsylvania.Governor Wolf has secured in the current budget framework the largest investment in years to the commonwealth’s food security systems. That includes $3 million to fund — for the first time — the Pennsylvania Agricultural Surplus System (PASS). PASS will provide the state’s emergency food providers with resources to support Pennsylvania’s farmers who produce locally-sourced foods to those who need it most.In September, Governor Wolf also issued an executive order to establish a ‘Governor’s Food Security Partnership,’ in which a newly-appointed advisor will serve a variety of duties to promote interagency cooperation to evaluate and strengthen the state’s policies on fighting hunger.While the Wolf Administration continues to work to engage the private sector, non-profits, and other stakeholders in developing a long-term, sustainable way to ensure Pennsylvanians aren’t going hungry, we can all contribute to our own communities. Whether it’s donating to the local food bank, or spending your lunch hour serving soup to the needy — please remember that these seemingly small efforts can go a long way with those struggling to figure out their next meal.center_img December 11, 2015 Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolflast_img read more

Mancini: I built this City team

first_img However, the Italian denies he had lost the trust of the dressing room. He said: “This is all the stories that someone from inside got out, but this is not true. “After four or five years, maybe the manager needs to change team. “I did my job, I built a fantastic team, we played fantastic football and we didn’t win last year because Manchester United bought (Robin) Van Persie. “Van Persie was the difference last year. If not (for him) I think in these three years we would have changed the history in Manchester because we played really good football and now they are continuing to do this. “When you work, you can have some problem with the players. This is normal because the manager always wants the players to work hard, play well and the players should understand this.” Former Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini believes much of the team’s brilliance this season is due to his work over the past three years. Mancini guided City to Premier League and FA Cup success before being sacked last May. Under his successor Manuel Pellegrini, City have gone on to become one of the most exhilarating sides in Europe. Press Association City have scored 106 goals already this season and they remain in contention to win four trophies. Mancini, who spent three-and-a-half years in charge at the Etihad Stadium, told BBC World Service: “I’m happy with what I did in Manchester. “I’m happy that now Manchester City is one of the best teams in England because I built this team. “I am very happy with all these players. I am happy with my job and I love Manchester City supporters. I had a fantastic experience. “The players that score the goals are players that I bought – (Sergio) Aguero, (Edin) Dzeko, Yaya (Toure), (David) Silva, (Samir) Nasri. “I think Pellegrini is doing a good job but what Manchester City is doing now we did three years ago. It’s the same.” Mancini left City soon after his side, who had already lost their Premier League crown to Manchester United, were surprisingly beaten by Wigan in the FA Cup final. In the days that followed there were suggestions that Mancini’s deteriorating relationship with some players had been a significant factor in his dismissal. last_img read more