Lockn’ in Arrington, Virginia, has been slowly revealing its line up over the past week, with yesterday bringing the news that Phil Lesh and Bob Weir will perform the entirety of Terrapin Station with the Terrapin Family Band during a special performance at the festival. On Monday, Antibalas, Blackberry Smoke, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Hiss Golden Messenger, Moonalice, The Record Company, and Sinkane were added to the bill. Tuesday’s announcement added John Fogerty, and Wednesday added The Disco Biscuits to the list. Today, Lockn’ revealed its daily schedule, bringing to light even more special surprises for attendees of the festival.The daily lineup reveals that Jim James will be performing a solo set on Friday. phil.moe. will also be making their debut on Sunday, which will be a variation of Phil Lesh & Friends with moe. You can check out the full daily schedule below, and get your tickets to and more information about Lockn’ here.
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EIGHT-year-old Ariel Rodrigues and Trumaine Cole topped the list of Guyanese medal-takers at the De Vos End of the Year Swim Meet in neighbouring Suriname which concluded last Sunday.Guyana swimmers carted off a total of 11 medals, including five gold, and four silver. Other medal winners were Shaqueel Amin and Leon Seaton.Swimming out of the Girls’ 7–8 age category Rodrigues brought home a gold medal in the 100 Individual Medley, 50 freestyle and 50 backstroke, improving her times in all three events.In the 100 IM she entered with a time of 1:34.84 and finished with a time of 1:33.87s. She clocked 35.16 seconds, beating over 20 other swimmers. In the backstroke she touched the wall at 43.71 seconds, again trouncing a host of other competitors.However, the most improvement in times came from Trumaine Cole, who competed in the 18-and-over category. Cole medalled in all of his events finishing with two gold medals, two silver and a bronze. His best performance came in the 100 breaststroke, where he shaved 8 seconds off his entry time of 1:29.77s to finish in 1:21.22s.In the 100 IM it was another improved swim, after he clocked 1:00.34s after entering with a time of 1:16.04s.Amin, who also competed in the 18-and-over category, ended with silver medals in both the 100 breaststroke (1:22.95s) and 50 freestyle (25.46s), while Leon Seaton who competed in the Boys’ 11-12 category took home a bronze in the 50m freestyle (27.65s).
CANYON COUNTRY – U.S. Rep. Howard P. “Buck” McKeon, who entered politics as a local school board member, will host a round-table discussion Wednesday on efforts to strengthen the No Child Left Behind act. Educators and business leaders will participate in the program, scheduled to start at 10 a.m. at the Santa Clarita Activities Center. The discussion comes as Congress prepares to craft legislation to renew and strengthen the 2001 education reform law, which focused on goal-oriented, standards-based education. Locally, criticism about the reform has largely been that it sweeps special education students into its parameters with expectations that all students show improvement, even when it isn’t likely. An aide to McKeon, R-Santa Clarita, said the special education issue is one that must be tackled as the law is reviewed. McKeon, Santa Clarita’s first mayor and a former member of the Hart Union High School District board, is the senior Republican on the U.S. House Education and Labor Committee. “The purpose of this round table is simple: to provide me an opportunity to listen to the comments and concerns of my 25th District neighbors directly, without a filter,” McKeon said of Wednesday’s event, during which he will hear from teachers, parents, business leaders and students. “I look forward to gathering valuable input that I can bring back to Washington as my colleagues and I begin the process of strengthening No Child Left Behind,” he said in a statement. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!