Pretty Lights Announces Live Band Fall Tour Dates

first_imgPretty Lights has been rocking it with his Live Band of late, and the jams will continue! The famed Colorado DJ has announced a new run of tour dates throughout the West Coast, with stops in Santa Barbara, San Jose, San Diego and Los Angeles from November 10-13.You can see the full announcement below, and head to the PL website for ticketing details.Pretty Lights Live Band Tour Dates11/10 Santa Barbara, CA – Santa Barbara Bowl *11/11  San Jose, CA – City National Civic *11/12  San Diego, CA – SOMA ^11/13 Los Angeles, CA – Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival* = with Big Wild and Chris Karns^ = with Chris Karnslast_img

Walk Ons

first_imgTwo former walk-ons are doing quite well for their respective teams.  Zach McRoberts of IU transferred to IU as a walk-on.  He played his high school ball at Carmel and was an Indiana All-Star.  He originally went to Vermont University.  The junior has become an integral part of IU’s resurgence in recent weeks.Another walk-on is doing quite well at North Carolina.  He is Luke Maye.  He was forced to walk-on at North Carolina because there were no scholarships available when he graduated from high school.  He had other scholarships offers, but he preferred North Carolina so he walked-on there.  He is now the Tar Heels leading scorer.Some players either by mistakes on their part or on the universities part turn out to be valuable assets at the university level.  Some of this information came from the Indianapolis Star.last_img read more

John R. Moore

first_imgJohn R. Moore, age 88 of Batesville, died Friday, February 9, 2018 at his residence.  Born November 17, 1929 in Rush County Indiana, he is the son of Florence (Nee: Smith) and George Moore.  He married Fraya Schroeder November 20, 1976 at St. Louis Church in Batesville.  John was a car salesman for many years at Tudie Navarro Ford and retired in 1991.Although he had many talents and interests, John’s passion was cars.  He collected anything Mopar and for years spent summers and weekends showing two or three of them at car shows.  He was also an avid racing fan, enjoying open wheel racing as well as NASCAR.  He attended 49 straight Indianapolis 500’s, disappointed the streak didn’t reach 50 and in NASCAR was a huge Jeff Gordon fan.  John had a soft spot for animals, especially horses and his family also indicated he had an entrepreneur and inventor’s eye.  He could take existing products and make them better or create something he needed but couldn’t find.  Living on several acres with a lake, he liked being outdoors working in the yard or at the lake fishing.  John enjoyed attending his grandkids ball games and when it was time to relax, he could be found watching Fox News, American Pickers or Pawn Stars.He is survived by his wife Fraya; daughters Joy Miers of Margate, Florida, Jan Smith of Greensburg; son Zon Moore of Greensburg; foster son Max Dalmbert of Greenwood, Indiana as well as numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren.  In addition to his parents, he is also preceded in death by sister Sally Harford and brothers Eugene and Arnold Moore.Visitation is Thursday, February 15th, from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Weigel Funeral Home.  Funeral services follow at 1 p.m. with Rev. Jerran Jackson officiating and burial in St. Louis Cemetery.  The family requests memorials to Batesville Rescue 10 or PAAIN (People Assisting Animals in Need).last_img read more