Summer Camp Music Festival Confirms 2018 Dates With “Carl” From ‘Shameless’ Interview [Video]

first_imgSummer Camp Music Festival is truly one of the mainstays of the live music scene, as host bands moe. and Umphrey’s McGee never fail to organize a top tier event. The festival officially unveiled plans for 2018, set to return to Three Sisters Park in Chillicothe, IL over Memorial Day weekend, May 25-27, with a video from one of their newest fans. Ethan Cutkosky (also known as “Carl” from the Showtime series Shameless) was in attendance at the 2017 event, fitting right on in with the 20,000+ fans on site. While first sticking out as one of the most random celebrities there–though many in the music community knew Cutkosky from sightings at EDM shows in the Chicago area–he was officially a “scamper” by the end of the three day weekend.Carl From “Shameless” Rages Umphrey’s McGeeIn the video below, Cutkosky reveals the 2018 dates and urges fans to stay tuned for information on the Advanced Early-Bird Passes, the first round of artist announcements, and more. The video then cuts to an interview with Cutkosky that took place during Summer Camp 2017, where he describes the weekend as the “best time of [his] life”, attributing the positive experience to the music, the vibe, and the amazing community. In addition to the festival’s host bands, he shouts out Manic Focus and Pretty Lights as acts he’s most excited to see.Watch the “Shameless Self-Promotion” below, and head to the website for more information:last_img read more

Ellicott Police Make Arrest In Village Of Falconer Vehicle Larceny Spree

first_imgFALCONER – Town of Ellicott Police say a 17-year-old has been arrested in connection with a vehicle larceny spree in the Village of Falconer.In an update on social media, detectives say they held a special detail last weekend in an attempt to catch the subjects responsible for the crimes.On Sunday morning police say the youth was arrested after he allegedly entered unlocked vehicles. The teen is now scheduled to appear in family court.Furthermore, police say additional charges are expected against others who may be involved in the thefts. Last week police sent a notice to residents asking them to lock their vehicles after a large amount of larcenies took place in the village.Anyone with home surveillance was asked to contact the department if they have video of people attempting to enter vehicles or doing anything suspicious on their property. Pixabay, Skiddie2003 / Wikipedia Stock Image. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window),Wonder if they are the ones that stole my wallet and everything in it. And old beat up sunglasses and cologne out of my carlast_img read more

Pellegrini had faith in City

first_img Hull gave their more illustrious visitors more than one scare with the scores tied but Dzeko’s second and a fourth in three games from substitute Frank Lampard sealed a 4-2 win for the visitors. And Pellegrini revealed he was always confident of getting the right result. “I really was very calm because I don’t think it was the real (rightful) score in the first half,” he said. “You must have personality and character when that happens to try and return to normal. “I felt during half-time the players were clear about what happened, it was not that we were playing badly. “The way we started (I felt) we were going to win the game in the second half and we did. I was very happy about that.” Pellegrini also played down his decision to hand Willy Cabellero a Premier League debut in place of England number one Joe Hart. Caballero was brought to City as a credible challenger for the gloves and retained his place following his appearance in the 7-0 Capital One Cup win over Sheffield Wednesday. The Barclays Premier League champions were 2-0 in front inside 11 minutes as Edin Dzeko followed Sergio Aguero’s opener with a wonderful strike from the edge of the area. At that stage victory seemed a formality but £32million defender Eliaquim Mangala gave the Tigers a route back, putting a bullet header into his own net then conceding a penalty which Abel Hernandez stroked home. “I think for Willy it was good to play not just one game but to play two in a row,” he said. “Joe played eight games in 32 days, a lot of games for a goalkeeper. I have a squad of 22, 23 players and I make rotations because I think it is better for the team. “In this case I think it was good for Willy.” Pellegrini had a word of consolation for Mangala, who endured a bumpy ride following an outstanding debut against Chelsea last weekend. “I think you cannot analyse a player on one match,” he said. “Not the last game when he played wonderfully and everyone said he was the best defender in the world and not today because he was very unlucky with the own-goal and the penalty.” Hull boss Steve Bruce was buoyed by his players’ response to Manchester City’s blistering start but admitted they had ultimately been beaten by the better side. “We had an awful 10-15 minutes at the start and it shows character that they rolled their sleeves up and got back into it,” said Bruce. “For a good hour after that it could have gone either way. We weren’t quite good enough but we gave it a right good go and against a quality team like them that’s all you can ask for. “City are a class act. They want to go and beat you, they want to go and give every team a hammering and they’ve got the players to go that. “Aguero, Dezeko and David Silva, in particular, are wonderful footballers and they’ll give every team problems.” Manuel Pellegrini never doubted his Manchester City side would see off Hull, despite throwing away a two-goal lead in the first half. Press Associationlast_img read more

Is your Greek property on forestland

first_imgThe Greek Government has recently introduced NEW forest maps for 33 different areas throughout Greece including the Prefectures of Arcadia, Laconia, Messenia, Chios and Kerkira just to name a few. The purpose of developing forestry maps is to accurately record forests and forestland throughout the country. Maps are formed by recording existing forests and forestland, areas that were once deforested and/or altered and areas that were reforested and/or forested in the meantime. These maps are necessary for the Greek Government not only to protect its natural environment, but also to secure property rights and ownership titles in cooperation with the Hellenic Cadastre.How do I protect my Greek property? Check your property. Owners can verify if their Greek property has been identified as forest or non-forestland by navigating the search engine of the Hellenic Cadastre. Don’t be surprised if your patriko or olive grove in your hometown village has been identified as forestry land like my mother’s has in the rural area of Arcadia. If your property has been falsely identified as forestland whereas it is not, you are lawfully entitled to submit objections for this property. As the law stands up-to-date, applications for objections are filed 15 days after the issuing of the specific forest map of interest. The deadline is 60 days after that date for Greek citizens and 80 days for owners residing abroad. To properly submit your objections, you will need an accurate and updated land survey, an issue we have stressed on repeatedly in past newsletters, in our Article Series first published in 2014 and our first Greek Property U.S. Workshops in 2014 in Chicago. *Katerina Sirouni is an Architect and Greek Property Manager Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more