Bob Marley’s Grandson, Skip Marley, Shares New Politically Charged Music Video [Watch]

first_imgSkip Marley, grandson to the late and great Bob Marley, just released a music video for his new single, “Lions.” With many of the lyrics taking on an explicitly political message, “If ya took all my rights away / If ya tellin’ me how to pray / If ya won’t let us demonstrate / You’re wrong,” the track is triumphant and clearly defiant. The video itself features Marley and other young people, all dressed in black, plotting and rising up against a tyrannical fascist dictator in a dystopian future. You can check out the video for yourself below.[H/T Billboard]last_img read more

New snooker champions pay tribute to supporters

first_imgClub chairman Patsy Farrell says they owe a lot to those who have supported them. New Institute from Nenagh won the All-Ireland Club Snooker Championship for the second time in their history at the weekend.A 3-1 win over Crucible from Cork City in the final earned them the title.They were also crowned Munster champions the previous weekend.last_img

LetBet aims big with online betting-focused cryptocurrency

first_img Belize-based firm LetBet is the latest to offer a cryptocurrency aimed specifically at online gambling. Entitled LBT, the new blockchain-powered currency has been touted as a solution to the delayed payout systems of traditional gambling sites, as well as a way to remove the third party element.Online platforms such as LetBet are attempting to usher in the transition from a fair gambling system to a trustless one. This means that third parties are no longer necessary, as smart contracts are automatically drawn up meaning no-one could control the game or its outcomes.This platform also supports players from countries with strict gambling regulations, and will therefore aim to generate a free and fair online gambling environment on a global scale.The Initial Coin Offering (ICO) crowdsale will commence on 25th February, with LetBet setting the total cap of its token to 199 million during the period. Prior to this, the pre-sale will start on 20th January and finish on 14th February, with a starting price of $0.5 per LBT with 70% bonus on first purchase.A number of other betting-orientated cryptocurrencies have emerged recently – such as CasinoCoin, Unikrn and BETR – as the crypto phenomenon sparked by Bitcoin shows no sign of letting up. StumbleUpon Related Articles Cloudbet elevates UFC 250 offering with in-play markets June 5, 2020 Share Cloudbet makes stablecoin foray with USDT addition May 28, 2020 Submit Share Sportsbet.io strengthens cryptocurrency capabilities with Litecoin integration April 16, 2019last_img read more

Dolphins won’t have fans at Hard Rock Stadium for preseason games

first_imgMiami Dolphins fans won’t be allowed to attend training camp or preseason games this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.The team made the announcement Thursday as part of a series of safety measures intended to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.Tailgating will also be prohibited during the 2020 season, and everyone inside the stadium will be required to wear masks when not eating or drinking.The Dolphins said stadium capacity for regular-season games will be determined at a later date.last_img read more

Birdies take Greenfield and Edmond into final

first_img19 May 2017 Birdies take Greenfield and Edmond into final Aileen Greenfield and Fiona Edmond will meet in this afternoon’s final of the English senior women’s championship at South Staffordshire Golf Club.Both sealed their semi-final wins with 18-hole birdies, with Greenfield defeating Caroline Berry 2up and Edmond beating Lulu Housman by one hole.It means a new name will appear on the trophy. Greenfield, a senior international, has never won this trophy while Edmond, an international back in the early 1990s, is making her debut in senior golf.Greenfield’s match this morning featured high quality golf and there was never more than a hole between the players. Berry, who had three birdies on the front nine, just had the edge over the first 12 holes.But Greenfield won 13 to get all square and 14 to go one up. She held on to her lead until the last, rolling in a 10ft putt to put the result beyond doubt.In the other semi-final Housman started with a winning birdie but the match was all square after three holes. Edmond then moved ahead, winning the fourth and fifth before getting to three up on 10. Housman whittled away at the lead and pulled back to one down with four to play. However, Edmond kept her advantage and set up her closing birdie with a fine approach shot to 18.Results:Aileen Greenfield (Pyecombe, Sussex) beat Caroline Berry (Bromborough, Cheshire) 2up.Fiona Edmond (Ipswich, Suffolk) beat Lulu Housman (Wyke Ridge, Middlesex) 1up.Finals:Wendy Taylor Salver – championship flightGreenfield v EdmondAnn Howard Trophy – flight two for over-60sRosie Waller (Kendal, Cumbria) v Carol Cass (Broadstone, Dorset)Click here for live scoringCaption: Aileen Greenfield (left) and Fiona Edmond (image © Leaderboard Photography)last_img read more