3:23 Audio PlayerThe IveysYou’ve Got SomethingUse Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.00:000:00 / 2:38 When they call, Lauderdale doesn’t disappoint. This month, Trail Mix is happy to feature “One Way” off of his new release – his 32nd!!! – From Another World. 3:02 Trail Mix is also happy to welcome back friends old and new to the June mix. Check out new tunes from Keller Williams, Heather Maloney, Dylan Leblanc, The Lark & The Loon, Jamestown Revival, and Chuck Mead. This month includes a track from another powerhouse musical icon. I have been a fan of Chris Robinson since the earliest days of The Black Crowes. Since that band’s dissolution, I have followed his other projects, including the psychedelic groove rock he outs out with the Chris Robinson Brotherhood. Check out “Comin’ Round The Mountain” on this month’s mix. And, of course, get out and buy some of this music. These songs are just a glimpse into the incredible work these artists are churning out. Grab a record. Grab a concert ticket. Spread the word. There are also great tracks from Robin Alice, Mindi Abair & The Boneshakers, Frankie Lee, Kelly Hunt, Sour Bridges, Wild Wing, TK & The Holy Know Nothings, Ida Mae, Griffin House, Ciaran Lavery, and Biglemoi. 4:27 The Big One Keller Williams Big Bear Chuck Mead Me N Mine Wild Wing Fans of country music that don’t know about this Grammy winning silver haired country crooner need to start paying attention. Lauderdale is a songwriter’s songwriter, the kind of guy that folks call when they want to collaborate on a country music gem. Big Ivy Resonant Rogues 4:01 3:29 Jim Lauderdale is an unsung national hero. 4:05 Mess I’m In Mindi Abair & The Boneshakers The Secrets of the Pyramids Jim Lauderdale 4:14 Boom Boom Ida Mae Emmanuel TK & The Holy Know-Nothings Bird Song Kelly Hunt 4:26 4:31 Downtown Lights Frankie Lee 2:38 3:18 You’ve Got Something The Iveys 3:21 You Don’t Know Sour Bridges 4:40 5:01 Selene Ciaran Lavery Be sure to stay tuned to the Trail Mix blog this month. Chats with Andy Thorn and the Resonant Rogues are on tap, as is a video premiere with The Steel Wheels. Honor Among Thieves Dylan LeBlanc 3:11 Wishing Well The Lark And The Loon 3:59 4:11 Mighty Good Friend Griffin House Star Of St. Elmo Andy Thorn 4:30 Joyride Biglemoi Come’n Round The Mountain Chris Robinson Brotherhood Copy and paste this code to your site to embed. This Too Shall Pass Jamestown Revival 3:53 4:34 2:45 Embed Late Bloomer Robin Alice
The Arsenal manager is confident that belief in the squad remains intact and it is how his players recover from such disappointments which will be the yardstick for success come May 2016. “Every defeat makes you a bit smaller, but it is our job to take it in perspective with 37 games to go,” said Wenger. “We have the history behind us from the second half of the campaign last year which shows we have the quality to always respond and to be consistent, so let’s focus on our quality. “Defeat is part of the season and of course that was not planned, but we know it is how we respond to these kind of things that will make our season.” Following Sunday’s loss, Wenger once again was left facing questions over the direction of his side, both under the media spotlight and from Arsenal’s own supporters. “We have a big following and disappointed people are emotional, that is understandable and it hurts us as well to disappoint people who have a high level of expectation,” he said on Friday. “We have analysed what happened to us, but we don’t have to go overboard with what happened. It is a defeat and it hurts, but that shouldn’t take our belief in our potential away. “A strong season is down to the way that you respond to disappointment so we will focus on our next game. We will prepare for that.” Press Association The Gunners head to Crystal Palace on Sunday aiming to pick themselves up from the bitter disappointment of losing 2-0 at home on the opening weekend of the Barclays Premier League. Going into the new campaign, Wenger’s squad – bolstered by the summer signing of veteran Petr Cech and having beaten Chelsea in the FA Community Shield at Wembley – were seen as genuine title contenders. Manager Arsene Wenger accepts Arsenal will feel a little smaller following defeat in their opening game against West Ham and says the response can define their season. Wenger said there had been nothing “concrete from anybody” amid reports of interest from Palermo in forward Joel Campbell and also played down suggestions there were talks with full-back Nacho Monreal over a contract extension. Arsenal have been linked with big-money moves for both defensive midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak at Sevilla and Real Madrid forward Karim Benzema. While keen to bring in new talent ahead of the transfer window closing on September 1, Wenger stressed completing any potential deal was not always simple. “If we find somebody anywhere who strengthens our squad then we will do it, but it is not supermarket stuff where you go in and say, ‘I would like this, please can you give it to me’. The availability is not easy,” he said.
This weekend, the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena will be hosting the annual Care Harbor free health care clinic.In partnership with L.A. Care, Care Harbor aims to turn free clinics into a gateway for patients to find sustainable care rather than one-time treatment.Guardian angel · Care Harbor has provided more than 43,000 medical, dental and vision services for free over the past three years. – Tucker McWhirter | Daily Trojan “This is not band-aid care,” said Care Harbor President Don Manelli.The event started Thursday and will run until Sunday, with varying hours over the weekend. As of Thursday, 4,000 wristbands had been distributed, a substantial increase from the approximately 3,000 patients who received services last year.Over the past three years, Care Harbor has provided medical, dental and vision services 43,822 times and nearly 3,000 patients have been connected with follow-up care.Los Angeles County supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, one of the sponsors of the event, gave a statement to the press on Thursday morning.“I believe that healthcare is a right and not a privilege,” Ridley-Thomas said in a statement.L.A. Care CEO Howard Kahn said that 1-1.3 million people in Los Angeles County still do not have healthcare coverage.Though it is a temporary setup in a sports arena, the Care Harbor clinic features key medical equipment, including four electrocardiogram machines, an ultrasound system for gynecology services and an oral cancer screen system that uses fluorescent signal technology to detect human papillomavirus.A new section is the preventive dentistry station, where clinic patients learn habits to prevent common oral diseases. Manelli estimated that nearly 90 percent of dental problems they see are preventable with certain lifestyle changes.Clinic patients can also make appointments for different types of services at various times to avoid waiting around the arena all day.Through discussing progress for the clinic and ways to improve for the future, Care Harbor is hoping to implement larger-scale health care reform.“Our dream is that this would be totally unnecessary,” Manelli said.