Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe rolled hard through D.C. on Friday night with a performance at the 9:30 Club, with Of Tomorrow opening as support. This particular string of dates features legendary keyboardist Melvin Seals, known for his work with the Jerry Garcia Band. KDTU took the opportunity to play through their originals, some of which will appear in his forthcoming studio album, due in early 2017, along with covers of The Rolling Stones, Grateful Dead, and Donovan Leitch.The band’s lineup is currently comprised of Soulive drummer Alan Evans, Greyboy Allstars bassist Chris Stillwell, Crush Effects keyboardist David Veith, Seattle trumpeter Chris Littlefield and lap steel guitarist Seth Freeman. Karl Denson led the band and Seals through performances of his own “Gossip” and “Laying in the Cut,” before swinging into a cover of the Rolling Stones’ “Tumbling Dice,” “Better of Dead,” and the Grateful Dead’s “West LA Fadeaway.” Seals returned for the show-closing “Rumpwinder” and “So Real.”Thanks to Nicholas Fitanides of Phrazz Photography, you can enjoy these videos and photos:West LA FadeawayNYCSetlist: Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe | 930 Club | Washington, DC| 5/19/17Have You Seen Him, Down Down Down, Everybody Knows That, I’m Your Biggest Fan, Gossip*, Laying in the Cut*, Tumbling Dice* (Rolling Stones), Better Off Dead*West L.A. Fadeaway* (Grateful Dead), Sunshine Superman (Donovan), NYC, Rumpwinder*So Real** w/Melvin Seals on Hammond B3, Rhodes, and Clavinet Load remaining images
Indianapolis, In. — As the spring fishing season approaches, the DNR encourages Hoosier anglers to give Indiana muskie fishing a try.“Indiana has some of the best muskie fishing in the Midwest,” said Jed Pearson, a DNR fisheries biologist who manages the state’s muskie program. “Lake Webster, the Barbee lakes and Lake Tippecanoe in northeast Indiana’s Kosciusko County are especially good.”Local fishing guides are available for hire for anglers who do not have a boat or who want expert help to get started. The lakes in Indiana’s muskie program cover 2,700 surface acres, and many have been stocked each year for more than 20 years. According to Pearson, it’s common for anglers to hook a muskie on every fishing trip. Long thought to be elusive, muskies bite on a variety of lures, many of which are typically used by bass anglers. Casting large plugs or trolling spoonbaits along submersed weed beds are the most productive methods. Muskies have sharp teeth that easily cut regular fishing line. So, attach your lures to a steel leader to keep the fish from breaking away. A large landing net is handy to lift the fish and safely handle it. The minimum size limit to keep a muskie in Indiana is 36 inches, but muskies taken at Lake Webster and the adjacent Backwater Area must be a minimum of 44 inches to keep. Even so, most muskie anglers release the fish they catch.For first-time muskie fishing, Pearson suggests heading to Webster. It has the highest density of muskies. Other muskie lakes in northeast Indiana include Everett in Allen County, Loon in Whitley County, and Skinner in Noble County.Another top muskie water is Bruce Lake, about 15 miles west of Rochester in Fulton County. Although smaller, at 245 acres, it too has a dense muskie population, with some fish measuring more than 50 inches long. “Not as many anglers fish for muskies at Bruce Lake,” Pearson said. “If more would try it, we think they’d be surprised.”Muskie fishing is also available in southern and central Indiana. Top waters include Brookville Lake northwest of Cincinnati and Bass Lake near Sullivan.Eagle Creek Reservoir in Indianapolis is also stocked with muskies, as are two pits southeast of Indianapolis and two near Evansville.Use the fish stocking database at wildlife.IN.gov/5457.htm to search for muskie waters near you.
Facebook0Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Rob Rice HomesIf you’ve heard the term “low maintenance living” you may just think that everything in your yard and surrounding open space is maintained all the time, right? The answer is yes and no. In the Rob Rice Homes new home community of Kensington located in Lacey off of College & 45th, the residents do enjoy all the yard maintenance of their front yards and open space including parks mowed and maintained as part of the dues they pay into the homeowners association. Dues in Kensington are $65. per month. Their back or side-yards are the responsibility of each individual homeowner.Buying a home in a low maintenance community is ideal for homeowners that want to enjoy a lush, green well-maintained yard without the work. If a resident chooses to spend the winter months in Arizona they can feel confident that their front yards will be well cared for.Kensington is one of eight communities that Rob is currently building in. Kensington is located in an ideal location near the Chehalis Western Trail, Rainier Vista Park and conveniently located near area shopping. We offer seven different floor plans, both single story ramblers and 2-story homes ranging in square footage from 1,490 square feet to 2,100 square feet. The community offers an abundance of open space, tree-lined streets and an area park. Homes are finished fully loaded with granite counters, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, fully landscaped and fenced yards & more. Home prices start in the mid-$200s.For information on viewing a new home in Kensington, contact Lucia Arroyo at (360) 489-7478 or [email protected] view homes in Kensington go to: http://robricehomes.com/communities/kensington/