In 2015, Lettuce blew funk fans away with their new album release, Crush. The album featured everything we love about Lettuce in one place, the high powered energy and mind-altering psychedelia, dripping with the band’s patented brand of sexy funk jamming. As Lettuce continues to crush in the live setting, the band has shared a new otherworldly video today that tells the story of their whole album.The new video has it all – spaceship parties, traveling through the universe, and so much more. Of course, it’s all fueled by the cosmic grooves of Lettuce and company. The band is on a roll, never sounding fresher.Watch the new video for Crush, streaming below via the Billboard premiere. For fans of Lettuce, you won’t want to miss Eric “Benny” Bloom, Jesus Coomes, Adam Deitch, Adam “Shmeeans” Smirnoff, and Ryan Zoidis, performing alongside members of Dead & Company, The String Cheese Incident, The Disco Biscuits, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Dopapod, Soulive, Medeski Martin & Wood, Snarky Puppy and so many more at the second annual Brooklyn Comes Alive – in the heart of Williamsburg – with over 50 artists spanning three venues in just one day: October 22nd. [Get tickets here]
The Latest: No home fans for football at North Carolina Roma has canceled its opening preseason training session as a precautionary measure after a third player tested positive for the coronavirus.Right back Bruno Peres says on Instagram he has tested positive. He adds that he’s well and has no symptoms.Roma goalkeeper Antonio Mirante and winger Carles Pérez previously tested positive.Two Roma youth team players also have COVID-19.The club says it will perform another round of virus tests on Saturday before deciding whether or not to go forward with training. Associated Press A player has tested positive for the coronavirus ahead of a women’s tennis tournament in Prague.Tournament director David Trunda says the unidentified player was isolating in her hotel room and will be re-tested. Trunda says the player didn’t meet any other participants in the tournament.All 150 players are tested on arrival and have to wait in their hotel rooms for the results.The event is for players who would have been at the U.S. Open qualifying tournament. It opens on Saturday.U.S. Open qualifying was canceled this year because of the coronavirus pandemic. August 28, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___North Carolina athletic director Bubba Cunningham says the school will begin football and other fall sports without fans at home because of the pandemic. ___The International Judo Federation says it is restarting events which should feed into qualifying for the Tokyo Olympics.International judo events started to be affected by the coronavirus in February when Chinese teams withdrew from competing in Europe. Cancellations began in March.The governing body says World Judo Tour events will be organized in Budapest, Hungary, in late-October and Tokyo in December.The IJF says the events “aim to offer qualification points for the Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games.” Some continental-level competitions are also planned later in 2020.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Those attending will need to wear a mask until reaching their allocated seat and they will need to put it on again when leaving.The game will take place 100 years after then-German champion Nuremberg played Union in the first match at the Stadion An der Alten Försterei in Köpenick on Aug. 7, 1920.___An upcoming Formula One race in Italy could be open to 3,000 fans.Tuscany region president Enrico Rossi says local health authorities have approved limited spectators for the Tuscan Grand Prix on Sept. 13. In an open letter to fans Friday, Cunningham says the restriction will last through September for football, men’s and women’s soccer, field hockey, volleyball and cross country. In addition, tailgating won’t be allowed on campus.“This decision … was the only way we could move forward with competition,” Cunningham says. “Our student-athletes want to play, and we must do so as safely as possible.Cunningham says the hope is to potentially allow some fans in October, though that would potentially come only after school officials and medical experts evaluate safety conditions. He also says school officials “remain hopeful that we will be able to safely cheer together in large groups again this season.”The school has canceled all in-person undergraduate classes in favor of online-only instruction after multiple coronavirus clusters on campus since students returned for the fall semester.___ Serie A is scheduled to start Sept. 19.___Union Berlin plans to celebrate its stadium’s 100th birthday by playing in front of supporters for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic broke.The Bundesliga club says it will host Nuremberg in a pre-season friendly on Sept. 5 and that up to 5,000 people can attend. Hygiene measures will apply.Tickets are only available to club members older than 12 and will be issued after a draw. Tickets will be personalized “in order to ensure legally-required tracking of visitors.” Rossi tells the Gazzetta dello Sport “the circuit contains three big tribunes that are well spaced apart so the limit of 1,000 people per the national rules on public events can reasonably be considered as the capacity limit for each tribune.”Official government approval is expected by Saturday.Fans will have their temperature taken upon arrival and be asked to observe social distancing procedures and wear masks if it is approved.The only spectators at the Italian GP in Monza a week earlier will be 250 specially invited health workers.___
CLEAR LAKE — The Clear Lake girls jumped out to a 23-3 lead after the first quarter and cruised to a 60-28 win over Webster City in North Central Conference basketball last night, as you heard on AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB and kribam.com. Sara Faber had 21 points while Chelsey Holck added 13 to lead the Lions, who are now 6-0 overall and 3-0 in the conference. The Clear Lake boys outscored Webster City 24-10 in the first quarter on their way to a 67-41 win last night in North Central Conference play, as you also heard on KRIB. Carson Toebe had 24 points while Andrew Formanek added 21 to lead the Lions, who improve to 4-1 overall and 3-0 in the conference. Both Clear Lake teams head to St. Edmond on Friday night to wrap up the 2019 portion of their schedule. You can hear the doubleheader on KRIB starting at about 6:15 on Friday night. LAS VEGAS (AP) — Tomas Nosek scored his first goal in nearly a month, Marc-Andre Fleury made 24 saves and the Vegas Golden Knights beat the Minnesota Wild 3-2. It was the first time Vegas defeated Minnesota in regulation in seven tries since joining the league in 2017. It also marked the first time the Golden Knights won three straight at home this season. Chandler Stephenson and Shea Theodore also scored for the Golden Knights. IOWA CITY — Legendary Iowa football coach Hayden Fry died Tuesday at the age of 90. Click here to go to our full coverage on Fry’s death. — girls basketball Tuesday nightAlgona 60, St. Edmond 23Bishop Garrigan 54, Garner-Hayfield-Ventura 24Clarion-Goldfield-Dows 57, Iowa Falls-Alden 44Hampton-Dumont-CAL 44, Humboldt 42Lake Mills 68, Eagle Grove 42North Union 72, Belmond-Klemme 50Osage 69, North Butler 33West Fork 57, Central Springs 28 MASON CITY — Newman swept Rockford in a Top of Iowa Conference East Division doubleheader last night, as you heard on AM-1300 KGLO and kgloam.com. Kealan Curley had 16 points to lead the Knights girls to a 59-21 win. Newman is now 4-3 overall. The Newman boys picked up a 62-58 win to move to 3-3 on the season. The Newman squads will host Northwood-Kensett on Friday night. — boys basketball Tuesday nightAlgona 46, St. Edmond 40Belmond-Klemme 64, North Union 42Bishop Garrigan 64, Garner-Hayfield-Ventura 54Lake Mills 65, Eagle Grove 39Osage 62, North Butler 17West Hancock 54, North Iowa 50 SOUTH BEND, INDIANA — Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly says his team is mixing final exams with bowl preparations this week. The Fighting Irish play Iowa State in the Camping World Bowl in Orlando. Kelly says they will conduct their first scrimmage on Thursday.Kelly says the offense will be a collaborative effort in the bowl and he will not be calling plays. Offensive coordinator Chip Long was fired at the end of a 10-2 regular season after three years on the staff.Kelly will wait until after the bowl game to hire a new coordinator.The Camping World Bowl kicks off at 11 o’clock Iowa time on Saturday December 28th. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Liam Robbins had a career-high 25 points plus 10 rebounds as Drake extended its home win streak to seven games, beating Mount Marty 92-74 on Tuesday night.Roman Penn had 16 points and seven rebounds for Drake (9-3). Antonio Pilipovic added 11 points and Anthony Murphy contributed 10 points.Colby Johnson had 19 points and six rebounds for the Lancers. Jordan Johnson added 19 points and seven rebounds. Chris King had 17 points.Drake plays Air Force on the road on Saturday.