Load remaining images Matt Butler and his Everyone Orchestra hit Gypsy Sally’s in Washington DC on Friday night with a glorious lineup of musical companions. With Steve Kimock, Jason Hann (String Cheese Incident), Zach Deputy, along with Railroad Earth’s bassist Andrew Altman and violinist Tim Carbone, and Mike Quinn on deck, the jams were plenty.Photographer Mark Raker was on site to capture the fun, as seen in the gallery below:
Seven people are seriously hurt, although Xinhua said the injuries were “not life-threatening”.State broadcaster CGTN said the rescue operation ended in the early hours of Sunday morning.The cause of the collapse is unknown and the central government’s State Council said it would supervise an investigation by provincial authorities.Footage on the CGTN website showed the roof caved in, with rescue equipment lifting rubble from the site. The number of people killed when a restaurant in northern China collapsed has climbed to 29, state media said Sunday, with efforts to find survivors brought to a close.The two-storey building in Xiangfen county, Shanxi province, came down on Saturday morning during an 80th birthday party, according to official news agency Xinhua.A total of 57 people have been pulled from the debris of the Juxian restaurant, with dozens injured. Rescuers in orange overalls and hard hats combed the crumbled ruin as a painting remained hanging on one of the few walls still intact.Seven hundred people were involved in the rescue operation, CGTN said.China is no stranger to building collapses or deadly construction accidents, which are typically blamed on the country’s rapid growth that has led to corner-cutting by builders and the widespread flouting of safety rules.A hotel collapse in southern China’s Quanzhou city in March killed 29 people and injured another 42.An official investigation found three floors had been added illegally to the original four-story structure, and safety assessors had colluded with the hotel’s owner to produce false reports about the building, state broadcaster CCTV said.Topics :
MANDAN, N.D. (July 8) – After gaining the lead on the 10th circuit, Hank Berry led to the finish of Friday’s Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified feature at Dacotah Speedway.Josh Rogotski grabbed the initial lead but later got too high off turn four, allowing Tim Perkins and Berry to slip by. They raced side by side for the lead until Berry completed the pass on lap 10.Berry started to pull away as Spencer Wilson passed Rogotski for third, bringing Ricky Thornton Jr. with him. Wilson and Thornton caught Perkins for second and passed him with five to go.Perkins fell into the clutches of Shawn Strand and Cody Laney. Perkins couldn’t hang on and finished sixth behind Laney.Strand, who started 16th, finished fourth. Thornton passed Wilson at the finish line to finish second.Josh Roehrich won the time-shortened feature for Mach-1 Sport Compacts.