The Motet Announces New 2-Day Festival With Break Science, SunSquabi, TAUK, & More

first_imgToday, The Motet has announced the inaugural Motet On The Mesa Festival, which will take place at Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership on July 27th and 28th. The two-day music festival in Taos, New Mexico, will see multiple performances by the host band, The Motet, as well as performances by Break Science, SunSquabi, The Suffers, TAUK, Organ Freeman, and Mama Magnolia. Furthermore, Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership is located right next to Hotel Luna Mystica, a vintage trailer hotel, making for the perfect location for a fully immersive and intimate musical weekend.Early bird tickets for this exciting new event go on sale today, April 24th, at 10 a.m. (MDT), in conjunction with the event’s announcement. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, April 27th, at 10 a.m. (MDT). To snag tickets, head here, and for more information and updates about Motet On The Mesa, check out the festival’s Facebook page here.As for The Motet, 2018 is shaping up to a monumental year for the Colorado-based funk seven-piece. Since 1998, the group has been known for its fusion of fiery funk, powerful soul, and dynamic improvisations. However, most recently, with the departure of former trumpet player Gabe Mervine and the injection of new blood with the addition of trumpeter Parris Fleming, the band has solidified its lineup and is enjoying a process of rediscovery and evolution. With vocalist Lyle Divinsky, also a relatively new member of the group along with Fleming and saxophonist Drew Sayers, leading the way paired with the veteran guidance of Dave Watts, Joey Porter, Garrett Sayers, and Ryan Jalbert, The Motet is looking better than ever as they prepare to release a brand-new album in 2018 as a follow-up to their latest album, Totem.last_img read more

Taco shop opens for business in Dunne Hall

first_imgThe moment sophomore Cam Kormylo heard there would be a space for food sales in Dunne Hall, he knew he had to transfer into the new dorm and open his own snack shop. Rachel O’Grady Students enjoy tacos in Dunne Hall on Thursday for the grand opening of Dungeon Tacos.“I went to those initial meetings for the new dorms, just to check it out, see what was up and they said they were going to have a space food sales,” Kormylo said. “Honestly, within a second, I knew I had to do it. That’s really the main reason I moved into Dunne Hall.”Kormylo has worked on creating a location with “different kind of food sales” in the new dorm since last December. The final result: a taco stand.“I was working on all my recipes over the last year and really trying to perfect them this summer,” he said. Admittedly, Kormylo said he did not know he wanted to do tacos right away, but after getting some feedback from friends and family, he thought a taco shop would be the perfect addition to Notre Dame dining options. “I kind of went back and forth with quite a few ideas, but I really kept on coming back to tacos,” he said. “Once we settled on it, I mean, we just started cooking immediately. It was a lot of work.”Kormylo said he started gravitating towards tacos after working with a Top Chef champion, Stephanie Izard. “Her general manager owns a taco bar and it really felt like a good move,” Kormylo said. “It was working with a lot of things I was comfortable with — what I knew — and you know, everyone likes tacos so that worked out really well.”Despite the generally positive reception of the taco idea, Kormylo said he wanted to make sure he covered his bases and had something for everyone. “We have gluten-free tacos, vegetarian tacos, vegan tacos,” he said. “We really are aware of allergens and the like. It’s important to us that people like and eat our food.”Kormylo worked with fellow sophomore Ryan Green to open up the shop, Dungeon Tacos, in the basement of Dunne Hall. “We just did a test run last week, just to see how it would go,” Green said. “Honestly, it went great and the tacos were turning out fantastic.”Dungeon Tacos officially opened its doors Thursday evening — within 20 minutes, the duo had sold 73 tacos. “We’re super busy already,” Green said shortly after opening. “It’s been a great response, I’m really excited that we’re doing this.”Kormylo took a break from flipping tortillas on the grill to look around the kitchen, and said he was pleased with how things are going. “I mean, they’re really going well,” he said. “We had a line that was all the way from the stairs to the chapel in Dunne, which is really great.”Green said it was far more people than he thought would show up. “We had about 65, I mean, at least 65 people in line,” he said. “That was insane.”The shop sold out of tacos at about 10:15 p.m. Thursday night, after selling about 250 tacos, according to Kormylo.“We actually bought food for the whole weekend,” Kormylo said. “Yeah, so it was a good night.”The steak tacos and potato tacos have been the most popular, Green said. “We started with more of both those, but they’re just flying off the grill,” he said. “It’s great that we’ve been getting the response we’ve been getting.”Additionally, Green said people have been going for their meal deal. “Essentially it’s just any two tacos and a drink for five bucks,” he said. “It’s a great deal.” Tags: dorm life, dunne hall, food saleslast_img read more

Opening Night Pushed Back for Fiddler; More Casting Set

first_img Danny Burstein View Comments Fiddler on the Roof Additional casting has been announced for the upcoming Broadway revival of Fiddler on the Roof, headlined by Danny Burstein. Jenny Rose Baker will play Shprintze, with Michael Bernardi as Mordcha and Jennifer Zetlan as Shaindel. Directed by Bartlett Sher, the production will now begin previews on November 20 (from November 17) and officially open on December 20 (from December 17) at the Broadway Theatre.Based on the stories of Sholom Aleichem, Fiddler on the Roof takes place in Anatevka, a village in Tsarist Russia during the eve of the revolution. Tevye is a poor milkman who cares for his five daughters. While he and the rest of the elders in the village are deeply routed in tradition, his daughters’ forward thinking clashes with Tevye’s principles and causes a rift in the family. The musical features a book by Joseph Stein and a score by Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick that features the songs “Matchmaker, Matchmaker,” “If I Were A Rich Man” and “Sunrise, Sunset.”Matt Moisey and Tess Primack will also board the cast. The group joins the previously reported lineup of stars, including five-time Tony nominee Burstein as Tevye, Jessica Hecht as Golde, Adam Kantor as Motel and Melanie Moore as Chava.The classic musical premiered on Broadway in 1964; this marks the show’s fourth Broadway revival. Star Files Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Dec. 31, 2016last_img read more

Wellington Police Notes: Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016

first_imgWellington Police notes: Thursday, August 11, 2016•2:08 p.m. Officers took report of found property.•9:10 p.m. Officers investigated possession of alcoholic beverage by minors in the 400 block of Southeast Lake Road.•Two juvenile males and females were charged with minor in possession of alcohol.   Âlast_img