Umphrey’s McGee has announced a self-proclaimed “fresh” new batch of tour dates for later this year. Three of the new dates will take place in mid-May, with another two coming at the tail end of June.Umphrey’s McGee’s first run of dates will bring them to Baldwinsville, NY, Providence, RI, Hampton Beach, NH. Roughly six weeks later, the band will swing through Boston, MA and Asbury Park, NJ. Today’s announcement comes after the sextet revealed their plans to return to Charleston, SC with Perpetual Groove on May 31st before heading to Colorado’s famed Red Rocks Amphitheater from July 5th to 7th. According to their tour art, additional 2018 summer dates will be announced in the future.Furthermore, Umphrey’s McGee has also announced a one-of-a-kind acoustic show featuring guitarists Brendan Bayliss and Jake Cinninger on Tuesday, April 24th. While the pair has played a number of acoustic shows in the past (usually during the Holiday Season), this concert is notable because it will be the duo’s first acoustic gig in the band’s hometown of South Bend, IN. The special performance will take place at the Morris Performing Arts Center as part of the University of Notre Dame’s IDEA Week, and will feature an opening solo piano set from UM keyboardist Joel Cummins.Pre-sale tickets for the new summer tour dates and the acoustic duo show will be available on Wednesday, March 7th. Tickets for the summer dates will go on sale to the general public on Friday, March 9th, tickets to the acoustic duo show will go on sale on Thursday, March 8th.Umphrey’s McGee “Fresh” Summer Tour DatesMay 17 – Baldwinsville, NY @ Paper Mill Island AmphitheaterMay 18 – Providence, RI @ The StrandMay 19 – Hampton Beach, NH @ Hampton Beach Casino BallroomJune 29 – Boston, MA @ House of BluesJune 30 Asbury Park, NJ @ The Stone Pony
Megan Marshall ’77 was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for “Margaret Fuller: A New American Life” (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2013), her richly detailed biography of the 19th-century author, journalist, and women’s rights advocate who perished in a shipwreck off New York’s Fire Island.Her book “The Peabody Sisters” was a Pulitzer finalist in 2006.Marshall, 59, was a 2006-07 fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. At Harvard College, she studied American literature and poetry, graduating Phi Beta Kappa and earning the Harvard Monthly Prize, an award given to the most promising student writer.She currently teaches nonfiction writing and historical research at Emerson College in Boston.For more about the author, read Radcliffe Magazine’s interview with Marshall.Megan Marshall reads from her book, “Margaret Fuller”Megan Marshall, author of Margaret Fuller: A New American Life (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2013), reads from her recent biography, which earned the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for biography.
Published on June 3, 2020 at 7:26 pm Contact Danny: [email protected] | @DannyEmerman Facebook Twitter Google+ The Daily Orange is a nonprofit newsroom that receives no funding from Syracuse University. Consider donating today to support our mission.After failing to find a big in the transfer market who could contribute immediately, Syracuse has added 6-foot-10 Frank Anselem to its 2020 recruiting class.Anselem chose the Orange over finalists Georgia, New Mexico and San Diego State. The Atlanta native reclassified from the 2021 class in April. 247 Sports ranks Anselem as a four-star center and the 142nd player in the class. Highlights show Anselem’s impressive hops and athleticism on both ends of the court with high-flying dunks and rim protection. However, 247 scout Josh Gershon wrote Anselem is still raw offensively and hasn’t filled out yet physically. Anselem was at one point ranked between 50 and 70 in the 2021 class. After he reopened his recruitment, Kentucky expressed interest, according to Syracuse.com. He began his high school career at Westlake High School (Ga.) before playing last year at Prolific Prep in Napa, California. Notable Prolific Prep products include Memphis Grizzlies wing Josh Jackson and Jalen Green, a highly touted 2020 prospect who’s headlining the G-League’s select team. Syracuse’s frontcourt for next season now includes Anselem and senior Bourama Sidibe, as well as unproven underclassmen Jesse Edwards and John Bol Ajak. Even with the lack of proven depth, it’s unlikely Anselem will contribute right away as a freshman. Joining Anselem in the 2020 class is 4-star wing Kadary Richmond and 4-star forward Woody Newton. Comments