Whats out there Montauk“What’s Out There Montauk” is a new art photography book that celebrates creativity and women’s bodies. The project was created by Kristen Walles and includes photography by Audrey Amelie Rudolf and Grant Monahan.“I’ve been working on this project for about five years,” said Walles. “We went around town to local bars and restaurants as well as used the beautiful scenery Montauk has to offer and shot topless women with giant mascot heads on.”The limited-edition coffee table book, printed by Hatteras Printing, retails for $98 and is now available for pre-order. The photos place women everywhere in Montauk, including The Surf Lodge, the Montauk Lighthouse, and The Dock.“There are body types of all shapes and sizes and we wanted to find a way to celebrate not only the community of Montauk but also celebrate and embrace our bodies that were given to us and have fun while doing it,” Walles continued. “There is something special about hiding your identity, and allowing the girls to do something that they otherwise might not feel comfortable doing, while also being a fun way to spotlight many places people would not expect to see topless women — or the mascot heads.” A launch party will be held at Georges Lighthouse Café on Saturday, June 22, from 5 to 10 PM. To RSVP for the launch or pre-order the book visit www.whatsoutthere.co. For more, follow on Instagram @[email protected] Share
Apple MusicListen to episode 39 now Spotify 2020 has been a very strange and difficult year for everyone but thankfully for us Country music fans, there’s been plenty of great music to get us through.As we reach the mid-point of the year, Pip and Laura look back on the albums they’ve been loving so far for the new episode of the EF Country Podcast. From high-profile releases from the likes of Carly Pearce, Sam Hunt and Ashley McBryde, through to hidden gems from Corb Lund and The Secret Sisters, they share their favourites.In July we’ll be publishing our Top 10 albums of the year so far but until then, choose your platform and take a listen to the new episode below… Podomatic
Share 48 Views one comment Tweet Share Share Sharing is caring! Members of the DABAThe Dominica Amateur Basketball Association (DABA) has described its 2012 season as one of quality and great performances.At the DABA’s annual general meeting (AGM) at the Prevost Cinemall on Thursday 2nd May, president of the Association, Mickey Joseph said there is now a hype surrounding the game which is credited to last season’s performances. “The excitement and buzz about basketball last season was tremendous and we can say we had a very good season in terms of participation, not much controversy, and I think we can all be commended for putting on a good show for the basketball fans,” Mr Joseph said.DABA President Mickey JosephTwenty-four teams were registered in the 2012 basketball league.At Thursday’s meeting attended by over thirty individuals, the president noted that the association is functioning under a new constitution.Mr Joseph stated that the constitution was redesigned about two years ago to suit basketball’s international body; Fédération Internationale de Basketball Amateur (FIBA) requirements.“As part of the constitution we had to introduce the anti-doping code, which means that all members registered with the DABA have to make themselves available for any doping test that we may want to take for anybody representing the national team or even members of ordinary teams,” Mr Joseph noted.Members of the DABA at Thursday’s AGMUnder the new constitution, an executive term has moved from two years to four.During the AGM Edgar George replaced Gary Benjamin as secretary of the Association.The DABA executive is as follows: • Mickey Joseph – President• Allan Morris – Vice President• Edgar George – Secretary• Tito Aaron – Treasurer• Dustan Peters – PRO• Michael Peter – Member• Sawana Fabien – MemberVolunteers to executive• Anika Procter• Delize Paul• Shannon VidalThere are two matches scheduled for the Lindo Park hard-court from 7:00 this evening.Dominica Vibes News NewsSports DABA pleased with 2012 season by: – May 3, 2013
FACEIT, a London-based production company and competitive platform, has partnered with both Twitch and YouTube for its upcoming Minor tournaments for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.This deal covers all four Minors that FACEIT is set to host ahead of the upcoming FACEIT London Major in September.FACEIT has broadcast the Esports Championship Series (ECS) series on YouTube for the past three seasons, following a multi-year partnership that was entered last year. Before that, Twitch was the exclusive platform for the competition series.It’s typical to broadcast CS:GO tournaments live on either Twitch or YouTube, but on both is a lot less common. Alongside matches being livestreamed on those two platforms, there will be an in-game player that streams the entire Minor circuit.The Minors from FACEIT – which are rapidly approaching – are as follows:FACEIT Americas Minor on July 7-11thFACEIT CIS Minor on July 10-13thFACEIT Asia Minor on July 16-20thFACEIT EU Minor on July 19-20thFor those who spectate games on YouTube, they will be in with a chance to earn loot drops that are worth 10 million FACEIT points. Twitch viewers, on the other hands, will be granted access to emotes as subscribers – as well as a subscriber-specific chat. Currently, there is no word regarding the viewing experience and plans for the FACEIT London Major, which will be hosted at the Twickenham Stadium in London.Esports Insider says: FACEIT has ties with both of these platforms, so it’s good to see that the Minors will be shared across them both for spectators to decide on the platform they prefer to use. These competitions are gearing up to be plenty of fun, we’re excited to tune in ourselves!Sign up to our newsletter!