first_imgTwitterFacebook Motorists Reminded to Stop for School BusesAUGUST 7TH, 2018 MITCH ANGLE INDIANAWith students heading back to school this week, Indiana State Police are reminding drivers to stop for school buses to ensure the safety of the children loading on and off.Every year in the United States, children are injured and killed walking to and from school and while loading and/or unloading from a school bus. School buses remain the safest means of transportation for children, but ISP want motorists to do their part in making sure children can get to and from school safely.ISP say they receive complaints on an almost daily basis from school bus drivers, parents, and concerned citizens about motorists not stopping for buses when they’re required.School bus drivers activate the buses flashing amber/yellow lights when stopping to load or unload children. When drivers see the flashing lights, they should slow down and prepare to stop. Once the bus comes to full stop and the stop arm is extended, drivers are required to stop and not pass the school bus.Below are examples to help motorists understand when they are required by law to stop:Two-Lane Roadways, which include most state highways, county roads and most city streetsIf a school bus stops on a two lane road and the red flashing lights are activated and the stop arm is extended, all motorists MUST stop.Multi-Lane Roadways with NO Barrier between LanesExamples: SR 662, SR 62 between Chandler and Boonville, Covert Avenue, Morgan Avenue, SR 261 between SR 66 and Fuquay Road and North Green River Road north of Morgan Avenue.When a school bus stops on a multi-lane roadway without a barrier and the red flashing lights are activated and the stop arm is extended, all motorists MUST stop.Multi-Lane Roadway with a Grassy and or Concrete BarrierExamples: US 41, Lloyd Expressway, SR 62 in Posey County, SR 66 in Warrick County between Evansville and Spencer County.A person who disregards a school bus stop arm commits a Class A Infraction and could receive a maximum fine of $10,000. FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

first_imgEdit this setlist | More Dead & Company setlistsWant to win tickets to see Dead & Company next Sunday, June 26th at Citi Field? Enter below!Photos via Dave DeCrescente; check out a full gallery of images below! Throughout their first four shows, Dead & Company had yet to play a single song multiple times. The trend for tour debut songs continued on Monday night in Camden, NJ, when the Company brought out 13 tour debuts, and last night’s performance at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga Springs, NY followed suit with six more!The show opened with a rocking version of “Feel Like A Stranger,” before bringing out the first “Here Comes Sunshine” of 2016. The show featured six 2016 debuts in total, including “Here Comes Sunshine,” “Loser,” “Little Red Rooster,” “Iko Iko,” “Good Lovin’,” and a double encore that included “Brokedown Palace” and “Johnny B. Goode.”Some standout moments from the show include an emotional “Brown Eyed Women” with John Mayer on lead vocals, as well as rocking versions of both “Cassidy” and “Deal.” The latter featured some tremendous guitarwork from Mayer, as well as some rhythmic mastery from Oteil Burbridge, Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart. The second set was also jam packed with highlights, including a crazy “Estimated Prophet > China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider” that dropped into a psychedelic “Drums/Space.” “Uncle John’s Band” brought the set back to reality, and the group closed out with “Days Between” and “Good Lovin’.” “Brokedown Palace” sent fans home with an emotional farewell, before the band came back for a second encore, and closed things out with a rocking “Johnny B. Goode.” Righteous!Check out audio, video, and setlist from the show below.Full audio – taped by Bill GoldbergFeel Like A Stranger – taped by Sean RocheBrown Eyed Women – taped by Sean RocheCassidy > Deal – taped by Sean Roche Load remaining imageslast_img read more

first_imgLoad remaining images For Mikey Carubba’s birthday on 7/28/16, the Turkuaz drummer called on a number of talented friends to join the party, resulting in a dream superjam lineup. The full roster included Robert “Sput” Searight (Snarky Puppy), Steve Watkins (Allen Stone, Juno What), Nate Edgar (Nth Power), Craig Brodhead (Turkuaz), The Turkuaz horns (Chris Brouwers, Greg Sanderson, and Josh Schwartz), Scott Flynn (formerly Pretty Lights Live Band), Shira Elias (Turkuaz), Sammi Garrett (Turkuaz), Chuck Jones (Dopapod), Taylor Shell (Turkuaz), Fro (RAQ), Eli Winderman (Dopapod), Rob Compa (Dopapod), Danny Mayer (Eric Krasno Band), and Isaac Teel (Tauk).The incredible supergroup threw down on a diverse setlist featuring renditions of everything from the Allman Brothers to Alanis Morissette. It was clear that the bandmembers were comfortable with one another, sharing a special chemistry and cultivating a family vibe on stage. Mikey was in his element for his birthday rager, going head to head with the masterful Sput. “Jessica” was undoubtedly a highlight, the familiar melody getting everyone in the groove. Shira’s powerful pipes absolutely tore the house down on tracks like “You Oughta Know” and “Midnight in Harlem”, bringing chills to the audience. Steve Watkins, dubbed “Swatkins” by Mikey, stunned the crowd on the talkbox and keys. All in all, the combination of these talented individuals was nothing short of explosive.Enjoy the entire show below, thanks to taper Matt Moricle, as well as fan-shot video footage of Stevie Wonder’s “As” by Dan Purdom.Setlist: Mikey Carubba’s Bday Bash – 7/28/16 – The Hall at MP in Brooklyn, NYSet 1: Intro, Sput Vs Carubba Duet, Band Introductions, One Way Out [1], Jessica [1], Squarefoot [2], Cry Me A River [3], You Oughta Know [4], Things I Do For You [5], Another Star [13]Set 2: Intro, Midnight In Harlem [6], Got to Give It Up [7], Philly [8], No One Knows [9], Hood Politics Interlude [8], It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World [11][12], As [13][1] The Allman Brothers Band[2] Rutter[3] Ella Fitzgerald[4] Alanis Morissette[5] Jackson 5[6] Tedeski Trucks Band[7] Marvin Gaye[8] Danny Mayer Trio[9] Queens of the Stone Age[10] Kendrick Lamar[11] James Brown[12] contained an Alicia Keys tease[13] Stevie WonderPhotos by Bahram Foroughi:last_img read more