The Comcast trailers at the site of the new skateboard park will be moved to Shelter Road. Work on Monday, May 18, to clear a spot for a new skateboard park between West Avenue and Asbury Avenue off Fifth Street.A milling machine removed a neat rectangle of pavement Monday on a city-owned parking lot at Fifth Street and Asbury Avenue to make way for construction of a new skateboard park.The project started on time, and the contractor anticipates finishing work in three months. The new $732,284 concrete facility will replace a park at Sixth Street and Boardwalk that was dismantled in 2011 due to safety concerns.__________Read more about the project and the park design.__________At the same time, trailers that served as a temporary Comcast cable TV company office were being removed. The Comcast trailers will reopen at a new location near the Ocean City Humane Society on Shelter Road, which is accessed by Tennessee Avenue (between 22nd and 23rd streets off Bay Avenue).__________All the O.C. headlines delivered to your inbox for free: Sign up for OCNJ Daily newsletter.__________
Colorado’s own Magic Beans have announced the lineup for their seventh-annual Beanstalk Music & Mountains Festival at Bond, Colorado’s Rancho Del Rio, set to take place on June 27th–29th, 2019.Magic Beans will play three shows throughout the weekend’s festivities, along with headlining performances from fellow jam band favorites TAUK and Aqueous.Com Truise will perform a sunset set, along with Ghost-Note and Adam Deitch & The Midnight Marauders, featuring Lettuce bandmate Adam “Shmeeans” Smirnoff, The Motet’s Joey Porter, Garrett Sayers, and trumpeter Gabriel Mervine.Beanstalk staples lespecial and Yak Attack will both perform late-night sets, after having both made huge moves in the last year. Last year, the Oregon-based live electronic trio treated fans to a late-night pop-up set on Saturday night following Magic Beans’ grand finale festival-closing set, so expect something extra-special from the Jedi musicians. Yak Attack drummer Nick Werth is the younger brother of Ghost-Note leader Nate Werth, presenting a nice opportunity for the brothers to potentially share some stage time.Cycles (x2), Exmag, The Sweet Lillies, Meadow Mountain, Part & Parcel, Formula 5, Dizgo, Goose, and Kessel Run round out the lineup, in addition to daytime DJ sets on the river by Galaxe, Tri-Tip, and Sundae Service.For more information on Beanstalk 2019, ticketing, and the upcoming full-lineup announcement, head to the festival’s website here.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 2, 2016 at 3:32 pm Contact Josh: [email protected] | @Schafer_44 After trailing 2-1 to unranked Bucknell (4-6, 1-1 Patriot League) at the half, No. 4 Syracuse (10-1, 3-1 Atlantic Coast) surged back with three second-half goals to secure a 4-3 victory in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania on Sunday. SU junior back Lies Lagerweij led the charge for SU with two goals in the second frame.Although the Orange narrowly avoided an upset, it dominated play, outshooting the Bison 20-8. Syracuse goalie Regan Spencer had a quiet day, registering two saves. Bucknell goalie Emily Finn came up with 11 saves to thwart the Orange.Syracuse started the game slow, allowing a goal off a Bucknell corner 3:54 into the first half. The Orange tied the game at one with 48 seconds left in the opening half when Serra Degnan picked up a loose ball following an Emma Lamison shot. But 17 seconds later, Bucknell answered with a rebound goal of its own to head into halftime with a 2-1 lead.Lamison got Syracuse on the right track to start the second half with a blast from the top right to tie the game at two. From there, Lagerweij paced Syracuse with two key goals late.Bucknell found the back of the net in the closing seconds of a half again when it converted on a corner with 24 seconds left in the game. But Syracuse was able to hold on to get the win.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSU will next host No. 3 Duke (9-1, 3-0 Atlantic Coast) on Friday at 5 p.m. Comments