Associated Press Written by Tags: SUU Thunderbirds Basketball FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Cameron Oluyitan scored 15 points, Dwayne Morgan added 13 and Southern Utah rallied with 12 straight points to beat San Jose State 66-59 on Saturday night.The Thunderbirds (2-0) trailed 51-44 before going on a 12-0 run to lead 56-51 with 6:05 to go. Southern Utah pushed to lead to 61-53 on Ivan Madunic’s dunk with 2:47 to go and led by no less than six from there.The first half had 10 lead changes and ended with a 31-all tie. The Spartans (1-1) took control early in the second half and led 48-41 after a 14-4 run.Craig LeCesne had 15 points and Seneca Knight added 10 for San Jose State.Southern Utah made just 3 of 18 from 3-point range but made 25 of 50 from inside the arc. The Thunderbirds had a 22-2 edge in points off turnovers, committing only 10 turnovers to San Jose State’s 19. November 10, 2018 /Sports News – Local Southern Utah uses 2nd-half run to beat San Jose State 66-59
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailEddie Perlas / ESPN Images(DOHA, Qatar) — Olympic sprinter Allyson Felix has smashed a world record held by a man, gold medal-winning track star Usain Bolt, and she did it just 10 months after giving birth.Felix, 33, was part of Team USA’s mixed-gender 4x400m relay team that won the gold at the World Championships Sunday.The win gave Felix her 12th gold medal at the world championships, pushing her past Bolt’s record for the most gold medals of any athlete at the track and field World Championships.Felix’s daughter, Camryn, was born last November via emergency C-section at 32 weeks.The track star had to undergo a C-section “because of severe pre-eclampsia that threatened the lives of me and my baby,” she wrote in the New York Times.Felix returned to competitive racing in July, eight months after giving birth, and has fought ever since to help pave the road for other professional athletes and moms.She was part of a group of female track stars who alleged they were penalized by Nike for being pregnant. After the women spoke out, the company said it would do more to protect female athletes’ pay during and after pregnancy.“I think everything I went through this year … it just brings it all back that it’s so much bigger than myself,” Felix, who went on to become the first sponsored athlete for Athleta, told ESPN at the world championships in Doha, Qatar.Felix was not the only mom to win at the world championships.Jamaican sprinter Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce celebrated her win in the 100-meter race with her 2-year-old son and called it a “victory for motherhood,” according to ESPN.Fraser-Pryce told ESPN she sat on her bed and cried when she found out she was pregnant, but said of her decision to keep competing, “I knew how I felt and I knew I wasn’t ready to go. I had something left to do, and I stayed focused on the goal.”Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. Written by October 1, 2019 /Sports News – National Olympic sprinter Allyson Felix breaks world record held by Usain Bolt 10 months after giving birth Beau Lund
Health and indulgence are two buzzwords that have peppered many a bakery marketing director’s PowerPoint presentation over the past year. But while the indulgent cakes sector continues to show great gains, healthy cake sales are somewhat stagnant.Despite this slowdown, Anthony Alan Foods has chalked up over half of all low-fat cakes sales in the UK under its Weight Watchers cakes licence – worth nearly £18m in value. The cake range has increased market share in the low fat sector to nearly 56% (TNS Data w/e 21 May 2006), compared to 53% in May 2005.”We’re not surprised by the slight decline in the sector,” says Mark Rooza, UK sales director of Anthony Alan Foods. “Between 2004 and 2005, low-fat cakes outperformed the total cakes market significantly. Over the last few months there has been a natural pendulum as the market readjusts. However, initial figures indicate the next two quarters will reverse this trend and see a swing back to low-fat cakes.”Sales will come from re-invented teatime favourites, such as malt loaf, almond cake slices and cherry Bakewells, marketed as healthy options with fewer calories, he says. Untapped markets in Europe, particularly Germany, present another opportunity. “Retailers and consumers are very different in Europe so we’re trying to understand them better,” he says.But branded sales in the UK will depend on “maintaining the optimum brand versus own-label mix,” says Rooza. “With the domination of retail own-label in this country, it would be difficult to grow market share to more than 60%, but we want to grow cash value. In the next three years, we believe we can grow to around £20-£25m in the UK.”Meanwhile, with feet firmly placed in the ’indulgent’ camp, Gü Chocolate Puds has grown 100% year-on-year to become the number one chocolate puddings firm. Consumers want good quality puddings to “complement today’s discriminating, yet convenience-led lifestyle”, says Becs Hurwitz, marketing manager at Gü. “Our puds have widespread appeal and they stand out well on the shelves.”Quirky innovations include two board games – ’finger tangle’, a take on twister, and ’flick a penny’, which is similar to tiddlywinks – in the pack of its newly-launched Gü 70% Hot Chocolate Soufflé Party Puds, presented in an eight-pack. But the indulgence of the product, such as 70% cocoa chocolate, is driving sales, states Hurwitz. “We aim to lead the quality revolution in the indulgent sectors of ’everyday treat’ and ’occasions’,” she says.Also new are Gü’s Boozy Choc’N Roll Party Puds, made with 53% cocoa chocolate ganache and a dash of liqueur, Gü Hot Chocolate Lava Tarts, made with all butter pastry and filled with a rich chocolate fondant, and Posh Chocs in mint or caramel.
This article first appeared in The Times Red Box section. Cast your mind back 13 years to 2005. The world was a very different place. The phrase ‘climate change’ was not exactly a buzzword and yet an extraordinary moment occurred. A groundswell of momentum across the globe brought the Kyoto Protocol into force, a pivotal agreement committing more countries than ever to internationally binding targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.Last week the impact of climate change on sports was in the headlines. Climate change affects us all – and if it takes melting ski slopes and waterlogged cricket pitches to get people’s attention, then so be it.Momentum on climate action is accelerating with the UK in the driving seat. Climate change is no longer just a phrase used by environmentalists and scientists, it forms part of our everyday narrative. This is the moment not only for global efforts to reduce our CO2 output, but also for the growth of green industries and for international climate collaboration.Climate change crosses party political lines and doesn’t respect borders. That cross-party support for climate action and UK leadership was demonstrated in 2008 with the introduction of the historic Climate Change Act, setting an ambitious legally-binding target to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 80% of 1990 levels by 2050.But it was the Kyoto Protocol that truly kickstarted international action in 2005. When world leaders signed up to the charter, it signalled a sea change. Left unchecked, climate change would ravage our natural environment and, along with it, our health and prosperity.Fast forward 10 years and in 2015 the UK was instrumental in securing the Paris Agreement, committing 175 countries to protect the world from catastrophic warming.Three years ago in Paris, the UK and other developed countries committed a joint contribution of $100 billion to help the poorest and most vulnerable people in the world cope with the increasing risk of droughts and floods and provide access to clean energy. We should be proud that the UK is regarded so highly for its climate action overseas as well as at home.I’m proud that we have got our own house in order. In 2011, the government slashed emissions from 3,000 buildings across Whitehall by nearly 14% in a single year.It is not only a moral imperative that we leave the world in a better place for future generations, there is an economic argument for tackling climate change. The UK has shown that reducing emissions and growing the economy can, and should, go hand in hand. Since 1990 our national carbon emissions have fallen even more and our national income has risen faster than any other nation in the G7.The shift to clean energy presents a multibillion-pound investment opportunity for businesses. Our low-carbon sector already directly employs more than 200,000 people. We are clear: through our ambitious industrial strategy the UK is ready to embrace the economic opportunities presented by the transition to a low-carbon economy.And there’s more good news. Latest figures indicate that more than half of our electricity generation in 2017 came from low-carbon sources such as wind, nuclear and solar. Just 5 years ago, dirty coal power accounted for 40% of our electricity – this figure is now 7%. The government has driven this change, investing more than £52 billion in renewable energy since 2010 and committing to phasing out unabated coal power by 2025. We now have the biggest installed offshore wind capacity in the world, and the cost of offshore wind is constantly falling thanks to government support.On the international stage the UK is leading the charge for clean, green energy. In November the Canadian environment minister, Catherine McKenna, and I launched the Powering Past Coal Alliance, a global coalition of countries, businesses and cities committed to ending unabated coal power. Coal is the dirtiest fossil fuel, emitting twice as much CO2 as gas per unit of electricity generated. Phasing out coal will not only reduce pollution and carbon emissions, it will improve our health.Our action at home and abroad is delivering real results and we are on track to meet or over-deliver against our first 3 carbon budgets. We have come a long way in the last 13 years, but we cannot step off the pedal now. Ambitious climate action must continue, with the UK leading the way to a low-carbon future.
improve the diagnosis of coeliac disease, including alternative methods of diagnosis that do not involve ingestion of gluten, and tests that are less invasive than endoscopy and biopsy develop better gluten-free food, including novel ingredients, foods with improved nutrients and flavour, new methods of preservation, and technologies to lower manufacturing costs and improve shelf-life help people to self-manage their condition through digitally-supported health care Funding is available for feasibility studies, industrial research and experimental development.Competition information Find out more about this competition and apply. the competition is open, and the deadline for applications is at 9 am on 3 September 2018 applications should be made through Coeliac UK projects should normally be business-led and include an SME. Researchers can work in collaboration with business partners we expect feasibility projects to have costs of up to £100,000 and to last between 6 and 12 months we expect industrial research projects to have costs of between £50,000 and £250,000 and to last between 12 and 36 months we expect experimental development projects to have costs of between £50,000 and £250,000 and to last between 6 and 18 months businesses could attract up to 70% of their project costs Search for other innovation funding opportunities. Coeliac UK and Innovate UK are to invest £750,000 in a joint competition to find ways of improving the lives of people with coeliac disease.Coeliac disease is an autoimmune disease caused by a reaction to gluten. Symptoms include diarrhoea, constipation, vomiting, stomach cramps, mouth ulcers, fatigue and anaemia. One in 100 people have the condition.Gluten is found in wheat, rye and barley. Sources in diets can include breads, pastas, flours, cereals, cakes, and biscuits. It is used as an ingredient in other popular foods including fish fingers, sausages, gravies, sauces and soy sauce.This competition – which includes a £500,000 contribution from Innovate UK and £250,000 from Coeliac UK – is part of a larger campaign to mark the 50th anniversary of Coeliac UK this year and raise £5 million for research into the disease.Ideas in charity’s priority areasThe competition is seeking ideas in Coeliac UK’s 3 priority areas:
Online retailer Ocado has announced the return of its nationwide campaign to find “the next big thing in British food and drink”.Online supermarket Ocado is calling for small food and drink producers to battle it out to be crowned Britain’s Next Top Supplier.The business will win a listing with Ocado and will receive a £20,000 marketing package to promote their product.Now in its third year, Britain’s Next Top Supplier will see entrants pitch their product to Ocado buyers. The competition is aimed at producers who want to grow their business “but need a helping hand and some expert guidance on how to get in front of a major retailer”, according to Ocado.Hannah Rhodes of Hiver Beer, a former winner, has since been able to expand from a small-scale start-up into a successful business. Ocado said her sales grew five times faster than the rest of its beer category in 2016.Stuart Rose, Ocado chairman, said: “There are some truly fantastic producers in the UK and this competition could change their lives overnight, as winning would give even the smallest business the opportunity to distribute their product to Ocado customers across the nation.”Rose Price, head buyer at Ocado and a judge in the competition, said: “I’ll be looking for a passionate supplier with some entrepreneurial flair and the willingness to work with us to make our partnership a success.” Entrants should visit the Ocado website for more information. To qualify, suppliers can only enter a food or drink product not currently stocked at Asda, Waitrose, Morrisons, Tesco or Sainsbury’s.
Earlier this year, Devon Allman–son of Gregg Allman–announced The Devon Allman Project with special guest Duane Betts–son of Dickey Betts. The two toured extensively together throughout the year, and, today, have announced that they will join forces to form The Allman Betts Band. With the new band announcement comes the news of a new album and 2019 tour.The Allman Betts Band will kick off 2019 with their debut album, along with a worldwide tour that will feature “new music, songs from their solo projects and classic Allman Brothers and Gregg Allman tunes in honor of the 50th anniversary of The Allman Brothers Band”. According to the press release, the new album is due out in Spring of 2019, and will be produced by Matt Ross-Spang (Jason Isbell, Margo Price, John Prine and Elvis Presley).The Allman Betts Band, which the press release refers to as “the new ABB”, will include Devon and Duane, along with Berry Oakley Jr. (son of original Allman Brothers Band bassist Berry Oakley), slide guitarist Johnny Stachela, and DAP percussionists R. Scott Bryan (Sheryl Crow) and John Lum.The forthcoming record will feature Chuck Leavell (former ABB keyboardist and current musical director of the Rolling Stones) and Peter Levin (Gregg Allman Band Hammond B3 player).Before the launch of The ABB in 2019, you can find Devon and Duane on tour through late February 2019 as The Devon Allman Project with special guest Duane Betts. Ticket links and information for those shows can be found here.Devon Allman Project w/ Special Guest Duane Betts DatesNov 9, 2018 | Sioux City, IA @ Anthem at Hard Rock Hotel & CasinoDec 2, 2018 | Phoenix, AZ @ Music Instrument Museum TheaterDec 4, 2018 | Los Angeles, CA @ Teragram BallroomDec 6, 2018 | Hermosa Beach, CA @ Saint RockeDec 7, 2018 | Ramona, CA @ Ramona MainstageDec 8, 2018 | San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore (Allman Family Revival)Dec 9, 2018 | Jackson, CA @ Jackson RancheriaDec 11, 2018 | Bend, OR @ Tower TheatreDec 12, 2018 | Boise, ID @ The OlympicDec 13, 2018 | Salt Lake City, UT @ The State RoomDec 14, 2018 | Jackson Hole, WY @ The Mangy MooseDec 15, 2018 | Vail, CO @ Vail Snow Days with Shakey GravesDec 16, 2018 | Greeley, CO @ Moxi TheaterDec 26, 2018 | St. Louis, MO @ Old Rock HouseDec 27, 2018 | Nashville, TN @ Exit InDec 28, 2018 | New Orleans, LA @ TipitinasDec 29, 2018 | Birmingham, AL @ SaturnDec 30, 2018 | Atlanta, GA @ Buckhead TheatreDec 31, 2018 | Macon, GA @ Grand Opera House with special guest Berry Oakley Jr.Jan 20-24, 2019 | Runaway Bay, Jamaica @ Gov’t Mule’s Island Exodus with Gov’t Mule, Lukas Nelson & Ron HollowayJan 28, 2019 | Park City, UT @ The Cabin (Devon & Duane acoustic @ Sundance Festival)Feb 14-18, 2019 | Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Rock Legends Cruise VI with Roger Daltrey and Buddy GuyFeb 20, 2019 | Stuart, FL @ Lyric TheaterFeb 21, 2019 | Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Parker PlayhouseFeb 22, 2019 | Ocala, FL @ Reilly Arts CenterFeb 23, 2019 | Ormond Beach, FL @ The Pavilion at Destination DaytonaFeb 24, 2019 | Clearwater, FL @ Clearwater Sea-Blues FestivalFeb 25 – March 1, 2019 | Tampa, FL @ Keepin’ The Blues Alive w/ Joe Bonamassa and Kenny Wayne ShepherdThe Allman Betts Band DatesMar 28, 2019 | Torrington, CT @ Warner TheatreMar 29, 2019 | Plymouth, NH @ Flying Monkey PACMar 30, 2019 | Plattsburgh, NY @ The Strand TheaterApr 4, 2019 | Huntington, NY @ The ParamountApr 5, 2019 | Stowe, VT @ Spruce Peak PACApr 6, 2019 | Staten Island, NY @ St. George TheatreApr 11, 2019 | Homer, NY @ Center for the ArtsApr 12, 2019 | Newton, NJ @ Newton TheaterApr 13, 2019 | Beverly, MA @ Cabot TheaterJun 29, 2019 | New Martinsville, WV @ Back Home FestivalSep 1, 2019 | Lakeville, PA @ Cove Haven Southern Rock FestivalView All Tour Dates
Verticals like automotive, life sciences and media and entertainment have been experiencing data growth for years. This growth is now expanding across multiple organizations because of the need to drive next-generation workloads like data analytics and artificial intelligence, as well as cloud native applications. There is also the need to run these workloads on premises or in the cloud. These are all adding to the struggles of data growth.This is where Dell EMC Isilon excels. As the undisputed leader in the unstructured data market, we continue to simplify unstructured storage and empower our new and existing customers by consistently addressing their needs through innovation. We are excited to deliver on the investments we are making with scale, management, flexibility, performance, and getting the most out of the technology.At Dell Technologies World we announced a new version of the Dell EMC Isilon OneFS operating system that is continuing to provide the answers to organization’s struggles with data deluge and the impact it has on IT. Isilon OneFS 8.2 enables organizations to grow their Isilon cluster up to 252 nodes, increase performance up to 75% and allows you to continue to manage this under a single namespace. It is simplicity at scale.Isilon scale-out NAS solutions powered by OneFS 8.2 are an ideal choice for next-generation workloads that require enormous capacity and performance because we reduce the complexity. We enable you to consolidate your data without compromising the business and allow you to focus on the performance that is needed for the workload or the applications. All of this while managing petabytes of data as if you were managing terabytes of data. This is why we are the industry leader in the unstructured data market.We do this through our single namespace. A file system that grows simply and easily without additional resources. What do I mean by that? Think of a single file system with let’s say, 120 TB of capacity. This may be suitable for your workloads now, but in 6 months, the amount of data increases and you need more space. In minutes, you can simply add another node and you have more space and performance in a single file system. No need for configuration changes. You need more space in 6 more months, the process doesn’t change. The file system grows, and the applications are not impacted. Now continue this up to 58 PB. That is what Isilon OneFS 8.2 brings to the table.Why is this important to you? When it comes down to it, the business should be focusing on the data, the applications, and the workloads. It should not be focusing on additional configurations, lack of performance, or limiting your scaling capabilities. You should not change how IT works, just because the data is growing. Isilon grows with your workloads and no additional configuration or resources are needed.With Isilon OneFS 8.2, now supporting up to 252 nodes in a single Isilon cluster – 75% more than the previous limit of 144 nodes, Isilon customers can gain massive scalability in capacity and performance reaching 58 PB capacity per cluster and 945 GB/s aggregate throughput per cluster.We made a few additional changes around security. We added multi-factor authentication for increased security of the clusters and tighter access control for SSH. We added SyncIQ encryption for protecting data in flight during inter-cluster replication and now data transfers between OneFS clusters are secure. We also implemented HDFS Transport Data Encryption so when you are deploying Hadoop as a platform, you can ensure your data is encrypted at rest and in motion.And you cannot forget our multi-cloud enhancements. Isilon customers already lower their storage costs by transparently and seamlessly tiering infrequently accessed cold or frozen files to a variety of public and private cloud services. Isilon OneFS 8.2 with CloudPools software, now delivers even more flexibility with support for a range of additional cloud providers (to our previous Amazon AWS, Google Cloud Platform and Microsoft Azure support) including Alibaba Aliyun and Amazon cloud for Federal Commercial Cloud Services (C2S). OneFS 8.2 and CloudPools also help organizations simplify cloud storage and data management with seamless integration with Isilon SnapshotIQ, SmartQuotas and SmartLock software.But we didn’t stop there, we also introduced Isilon H5600. It is an ideal choice for next-generation workloads that require enormous capacity and performance. With a highly dense and efficient hybrid storage design that combines four Isilon nodes in a single 4U deep chassis, the Isilon H5600 provides massive capacity and throughput performance. It stores up to 800 TB with 80 SATA drives in a single 4U chassis, scales to over 50 PB in a single cluster and delivers up to 8 GB/s throughput per chassis. You can use 40% fewer nodes and rack units to get the same capacity target. Normally when you increase capacity density, you lose performance to achieve the same overall capacity target, but not with Isilon H5600. For example, in media and entertainment, you can now support one 4k uncompressed media stream per node.Isilon OneFS 8.2 and the Isilon H5600 enable organizations to support demanding workloads with massive capacity and performance along with a highly efficient, dense data storage solution to help organizations shrink their data center footprint and lower costs. Even more important, these new Isilon products help our customers advance their Digital Future and manage massive amounts of data, while accelerating the ability of business to unlock the value of their data capital.To find out more about how Dell EMC Isilon can help you with your digital future, visit us at www.dellemc.com/isilon.
In celebration the 2017 summer, we’re challenging you, the reader, to tick a few of the following adventures off your official summer bucket list. Share your adventures with us on social media using the hashtag #BROsummergoals. On Monday, July 17, we’ll pick our favorite and hook the winner up with a free BRO T-shirt.Take a seat underneath your favorite waterfall.There are countless waterfalls throughout the Blue Ridge region. Whether it’s in a non-disclosed portion of wild and wonderful West Virginia or deep in the heart of Dupont, go find your favorite, pick a comfy and safe spot to post up beneath or behind the rushing waters, and don’t forget to tag us in the amazing Instagram post that will inevitably ensue.Western North Carolina’s SoCo Falls.Mountain bike to a swimming hole.Summer has a way of leaving mountain bikers in pursuit of one common goal: a little relief from the scorching heat. Check out this list of four rides that will land you in some cold, refreshing mountain water.Hike a peak above 5,000 feet.Believe it or not, the Appalachians, and the Blue Ridge Mountains in particular, are chock full of summits that sore to heights beyond 5,000 feet above sea level. Just take your pick and get to climbing, but don’t forget to post a #summitselfie.Stop and smell the rhodo.You’ll need to act quick on this one because the rhododendron are already in full bloom at high elevations. For a quick peak of this coveted summertime phenomenon, head for the Blue Ridge Parkway.Photo by Dusty Allison.Find a boat-in campsite.Unless you own a lake, live near a river near a National Forest, or reside on the coast where you can paddle out to some unnamed barrier island for a weekend of camping, you have to do a little work to find a campsite that combines two great things: boats and tents. Here’s a good place to start.A Lake James campsite at dusk.Land a wild trout on the fly.When the summer heat is on, many fly fishers head deeper and higher into the hills in search of colder water and wilder fish. Find a blue line on your favorite map and head to a remote stream you’ve never fished before.Catch a Blue Ridge Parkway sunset.This is a great activity for any season, but now that we’ve finally reached the longest days of the year, the opportunities for catching a sunset on the parkway are even more numerous. Depending on where you live, you might even be able to sneak out of the office early and witness a week night sunset sans crowds.A Blue Ridge Parkway sunset.Get lost in your favorite wilderness area.If it’s a remote and rugged experience you seek this summer, the Blue Ridge Mountains will not disappoint. Inhabitants of this region are blessed to be surrounded by large swaths of permanently protected wild lands like the Linville Gorge Wilderness Area of Western North Carolina, the Cranberry Wilderness of West Virginia, and the Ellicott Rock Wilderness (which spans portions of North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia) just to name a few.The Linville Gorge.Take up a new outdoor pursuit.Is there something new you’ve been wanting to try? Looking to get your feet wet in the Southeast’s bustling whitewater scene or cut your teeth on bouldering or rappelling. What about packrafting or bikepacking? You know what they say: there’s no time like the Summer Solstice. Ok, maybe they don’t say that at all, but we’re all about starting new trends here at Blue Ridge Outdoors. Get out there and try something new, and send us pics of the new you in action.BRO Travel Editor Jess Daddio in the midst of her first-ever packrafting excursion.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York New Life CrisisThis highly original four-piece group constantly evolves with the technology of the time to present the most polished live sound on the circuit to date! Their captivating set list consists of an endless stream of material that is never the same twice. They rise to any occasion. The Space At Westbury, 250 Post Ave, Westbury. venue.thetheatreatwestbury.com $10. 8 p.m. January 28. Ice Nine KillsThis Boston-based experimental metalcore quartet is touring to promote their fourth album Every Trick in The Book, which was released just last month. Warming up the crowd will be Affiance, More To Monroe, Come & Rest and As Days Fade. Revolution Bar & Music Hall, 140 Merrick Rd, Amityville. clubloaded.com/events $15. 6 p.m. January 29. Marianas TrenchThis Canadian pop-punk band’s The Hey You Guys!! Tour is coming to Long Island in support of the band’s fourth studio effort, Astoria, which dropped last fall. Opening the show will be Mainland. The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. paramountny.com $15-$45. 8 p.m. January 29. Robyn HitchcockA surrealist poet, a talented guitarist, a cult artist and a musician’s musician. Hitchcock is among alternative rock’s father figures and the closest thing the genre has to an English Bob Dylan. Blending folk and psychedelia with a wry nihilism, Robyn describes his songs as “paintings you can listen to.” Landmark on Main Street, 232 Main St., Suite 1, Port Washington. landmarkonmainstreet.org $29-$44. 8 p.m. January 29.TAO: Seventeen SamuraiThe new show will bring you athletic bodies and contemporary costumes combined with explosive Taiko drumming and innovative choreography. TAO: Seventeen Samurai has critics raving about TAO’s extraordinary precision, energy and stamina. They’ve got the rhythms that go pounding into the pleasure center of the brain. Tilles Center for the Performing Arts, LIU Post, 720 Northern Blvd., Brookville. tillescenter.org $20-$75. 8 p.m. January 29.Tony & Tina’s WeddingIn this live theatrical smash, the audience members become part of the action as they partake in a wedding gone awry. The New York Times has called this outrageous comedy “audaciously imaginative.” Price-fixed dinner included. Suffolk Theater, 118 East Main St., Riverhead. suffolktheater.com $69.50. 7 p.m. January 30.Ron WhiteRon “Tater Salad” White is best known as the “Blue Collar Comedy” funnyman whose TV special They Call Me Tater Salad earned Comedy Central’s highest-rated Sunday in its history. His vices are his virtues. He is a cigar-smoking, scotch-drinking comedian with a witty charm that his fans absolutely love. Don’t miss this gig. NYCB Theatre, 960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. venue.thetheatreatwestbury.com $59.75. 8 p.m. January 30. Marshall Crenshaw & The Bottle RocketsBorn in Detroit, Marshall Crenshaw grew up when the Motor City was hot and happening. He’s drawn upon his roots to carve out a unique career that evokes echoes of Buddy Holly—especially when he hits those high notes and his fingers are flinging out chords faster than a Ford Thunderbolt. He’s also a great songwriter with an ironic twist that he’s deployed to full effect as he chronicles the human condition of our time. And as fans of his WFUV-FM show “The Bottomless Pit” know well, Crenshaw’s record library rivals the Smithsonian. This uncompromising musician is the real deal. “Someday, Someway” simply has to be heard live. YMCA Boulton Center for the Performing Arts, 37 West Main St., Bay Shore. boultoncenter.org $35-$40. 8 p.m. January 30. Roaring ’20s PartyThe Aaron Johnson Quintet jazz band leads the party, featuring Prohibition Era cocktail specials. Free select cocktails for those who dress the part. And you don’t even have to hide your booze when The Man comes knocking. Just raise a toast to the good times you’re having and ask the barkeep for another round! Treme Blues and Jazz Club, 553 Main St., Islip. tremeislip.com $10. 8 p.m. January 30. Kyle DunniganThis standup comedian and actor is best known for his role as Craig, aka The Truckee River Killer, in the hit Comedy Central series Reno 911! among his many other TV appearances. If you don’t enjoy Kyle live, there might be something wrong with you. No, seriously, you should get that checked out. Maybe your insurance will cover it. Heck, you never know, and the cure may be worth it! Governor’s Comedy Club, 90 Division Ave., Levittown. govs.govs.com $22. 7, 9:30 p.m. January 30.Junie B. Jones, The MusicalIt’s Junie B.’s first day of first grade and a lot of things have changed for her: Junie’s friend Lucille doesn’t want to be her best pal anymore, and on the bus, Junie B. makes friends with Herb, the new kid at school. Junie also has trouble reading the blackboard and her teacher, Mr. Scary, thinks she may need glasses. Throw in a friendly cafeteria lady, a kickball tournament and a “Top-Secret Personal Beeswax Journal,” and first grade has never been more exciting. This is family fun at its best! John W. Engeman Theater, 250 Main St., Northport. engemantheater.com $15. Times vary. January 30 through March 6.Long Island Bacon BashYou like bacon? Then this is the event for you. You can revel in bacon tastings and bacon buying so you can really bring home the bacon. There’s all kinds of bacon—cured, uncured, smoked, you name it—plus bacon bits, bacon desserts, chocolate-covered bacon, various foods and more. Vendors include Bespoke Bacon, Willie B’s, Bulls BBQ, Bacon Hot Sauce, Catskill Food Company and Madhouse Creations. Come pig out! Cradle of Aviation Museum, Charles Lindbergh Blvd., Garden City. cradleofaviation.org $6-$18. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. January 31.Cesar MillanThe Dog Whisperer is back and just in time, because our pups stopped listening to us a long time ago. Harris! Davis! Get over here! Oh, Millan is gonna have a field day with you two! NYCB Theatre, 960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. venue.thetheatreatwestbury.com $29.50-$49.50. 3 p.m. January 31. Reel Big FishThis California-based ska-punk band that survived many line-up changes is coming back to play their catchy upbeat hits, including “Sell Out,” “Beer” and “Everyone Else is an Asshole.” Get ready to skank! The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. paramountny.com $20-$35. 8 p.m. February 1.Groundhog DayWhat better way to celebrate Groundhog Day than by watching Bill Murray’s 1993 movie of the same name on the big screen? When it’s over, you may want to see it again. And then see it again. To quote Yogi Berra, it’s deja vu all over again. YMCA Boulton Center for the Performing Arts, 37 West Main St., Bay Shore. boultoncenter.org $8. 7:30 p.m. February 2.Mulholland DriveAuthor Dennis Lim will sign copies of his book David Lynch: The Man From Another Place, during a rare big-screen showing and exploration of the filmmaker’s modern masterpiece released in 2001. After a car wreck on the winding Mulholland Drive renders a woman amnesiac, she and a perky Hollywood-hopeful search for clues and answers across Los Angeles in Lynch’s dazzling venture that goes beyond dreams and reality. Cinema Arts Centre. 423 Park Ave., Huntington. cinemaartscentre.org $10 members, $15 public. 7:30 p.m. February 2.Oscar-Nominated Short Film ScreeningsThe Gold Coast International Film Festival will screen the five nominees for Best Live Action Short Film at the 2016 Acedemy Awards. They will also host a Q&A with Mara Kassin, an Oscar-winning short film producer, and Joe Bakhash, a short filmmaker. The shorts to be screened include: Ave Maria, about five nuns living in the West Bank who need to break their vow of silence to help a family of stranded Israeli settlers; Shok, about two boys living in war-torn Kosovo who find their choices threaten their lives; Everything Will be OK, chronicling the fateful journey of an 8-year-old girl visiting her divorced father; Stutterer, following a the struggle of a lonely typographer looking for love online; and Day One, about an Afghan-American woman who joins the U.S. military and is deployed to her homeland to serve as an interpreter. Bow Tie Squire Cinemas, 115 Middle Neck Rd., Great Neck. goldcoastfilmfestival.org $10, $15. 7:30 p.m. February 3.-Compiled by Timothy Bolger & Spencer Rumsey.