Last night, The Main Squeeze performed at the Madison Theatre in Covington, KY. Video evidence suggests that they absolutely destroyed the place with their rocking grooves and belting vocals. Being so close to Cincinnati, the Chicago-bred, LA-based quintet decided to pay their respects to Harambe, a 17-year-old Western lowland gorilla that was shot-dead earlier this year at the Cincinnati Zoo.The incident occurred after a three-year-old boy fell into the Zoo’s gorilla enclosure. Taking the child into his own hands, Harambe was shot after showing signs of agitation and disorientation. The event drew nationally controversial reactions regarding the zoo’s handling of the situation. Experts of primatology later concluded that the zoo had no choice under the circumstances, and that the event highlighted the danger of animals in close proximity to humans – but even more, the need for better standards and overall understanding of care and consideration of life.In honor of Harambe’s life, The Main Squeeze performed “The Circle of Life”, delivering an emotionally-charged, yet celebratory tribute to the late gorilla. The band had this to say about the incident: “We wanted to pay our respects to the memory of a majestic creature as well as all of the animals of the animal kingdom. We wished to shed light on the fact that this earth does not revolve around us, and it serves as a reminder to respect the other beings of this great planet and to understand we are just cogs in a much greater circle of life. RIP Harambe.”Watch a clip of the performance below:On a lighter note, the band also shared this recap video from last night’s performance:If you haven’t already, catch The Main Squeeze at a live show near you. Currentl on tour, peep the full schedule below:[Videos courtesy of enBed Productions]
All requests with the corresponding prescribed documentation received as of this date will be put into regular processing and, in the case of a positive decision, will be approved under the existing conditions of the lending program, HBOR points out. HBOR has so far received 325 applications from small and medium-sized enterprises in tourism for loan approval under this program. We would like to remind you that the Ministry of Tourism has provided HRK 26 million to subsidize the interest rate of up to two percentage points for lending to liquidity of entrepreneurs in tourism activities under the COVID – 19 Measure, thus making up to HRK 600 million of favorable loans for jobs and liquidity. Due to the great interest of entrepreneurs, and limited subsidy funds, HBOR will receive applications for loans under the Working capital program for SMEs in tourism (Measure COVID – 19) until June 5, 2020.
Source: Low kick MMA The eight-round exhibition bout between legendary heavyweight boxer Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr has been postponed. ‘Iron Mike’ was set to end his 15-year retirement from the sport on September 12. The 54-year-old will now have to wait a little longer to get back in the ring after it was announced his fight against Jones Jr. has been pushed back until November 28.According to sources who spoke to The Ring the highly anticipated bout will still go ahead at a crowdless Dignity Health Park in Carson, California. The fight will be broadcast on pay-per-view and via social media app Triller who will also produce a 10-part docu-series ahead of the event.The reasoning behind this re-scheduling is believed to be financial. Tyson and his team believe by pushing the fight back until later in the year they can maximise revenue. A meeting was held between both sides and Jones Jr. was happy to agree to a change in date.Both men have spoken with confidence ahead of the fight. Tyson says he’ll go for the knockout despite the fact the fight is being billed as an exhibition.