However, the night didn’t end there, as Aqueous’ then continued their night by zipping over to The Sinclair, where moe. was winding down their four-night stand in Cambridge. Guitarist Al Schnier had the idea for members of Aqueous to emerge on the band’s instruments for the encore to surprise the audience. Aqueous obliged, with Mike Gantzer on Chuck’s guitar, Evan McPhaden on a Rob’s bass, Dave Loss on Al’s guitar, and Rob Houk on Vinnie’s drums, to kick off moe.’s Saturday night encore. Aqueous played an improvisational jam before closing with hints of an Aqueous original, “Random Company,” before switching back with the moe. members who closed out with “Comfortably Numb” cover by Pink Floyd. You can also take a listen to the moe. show below, courtesy of taper tgakidis.[Cover photo: Capacity Images]Setlist: moe. | The Sinclair | Cambridge, MA | 4/08/17I: Zed Naught Z > Same Old Story > Bring You Down, Chromatic Nightmare#, Captain America, Montego, Where Does The Time Go? > WaterII: Kids > Lazarus, Letter Home > Faker > Same Old Story > Zed Naught Z, Gone > Deep This TimeIII: Skrunk > Kids, banter, Buster, Angel, St. Augustine > Same Old Story, crowd, al.nnouncementsE: Aqueous band swap, banter/crowd, Comfortably Numb# w/ Water Intro Fake Out On April 8th, Aqueous and Dopapod hit the Paradise Rock Club in Boston, Massachusetts, continuing their tour of the smokin’ of the Northeast. Aqueous kicked off the night, and during their five-song set, they invited a special guest out to share the stage with them. For their fourth song, following “Skyway,” which jammed into through “Halfway In, Halfway Out,” the band invited their friend, Dopapod’s drummer Neal “Fro” Evans, to join them on a heavy cover of Queens of the Stone Age “No One Knows.” You can check out a video of this special sit-in via MK Devo below, who caught the cover in all its glory and just released pro-shot multi-cam footage from the night.
British passenger David Abel, who became a minor celebrity with his upbeat video messages in the early days of the quarantine – including a cheeky request to the captain for whisky – typified the mood shift aboard.”It’s all getting to us now and it’s not just me, it’s the other passengers as well. It’s the not-knowing factor that is the real challenge. Mentally, it’s now taking its toll. Right now, it’s very hard to remain focused on anything,” he said.He later announced he and his wife Sally had tested positive.China announced Wednesday there were 1,749 new infections, the lowest number of new cases this month. All but 56 new cases were in the epicenter of Hubei province.Michael Ryan, head of WHO’s health emergencies program, said the outbreak was “very serious” and could grow, but stressed that outside Hubei, it was “affecting a very, very tiny, tiny proportion of people.”There have been 900 cases around the world, with five deaths in France, Japan, the Philippines, Taiwan and Hong Kong.But in Japan, some have raised concerns about allowing people from the cruise ship to board flights home or spread out into the notoriously crowded Japanese capital.Kentaro Iwata, a professor at the infectious diseases division of Kobe University, blasted the on-ship quarantine as a “major failure, a mistake”.”It is highly likely secondary infections occurred,” Iwata told AFP, saying skepticism from abroad of the quarantine was “only natural”.He later said in a video published online that he was self-quarantining after a brief visit to the ship where he raised major concerns about the procedures on board.”It was completely chaotic,” he said.Several countries appear to have lost patience with the on-board quarantine and have prepared chartered planes to bring back their citizens.In the first such evacuation Monday, more than 300 Americans flew home even though 14 of the passengers had tested positive.Early Wednesday, South Korea flew six of its nationals plus a Japanese spouse to Seoul. They will be placed in isolation for 14 days, the Yonhap news agency reported.Britain, Hong Kong and Australia are among other countries that have vowed to repatriate people from the ship but will insist on a further 14-day quarantine on home soil.Nathalie MacDermott, a medical expert at King’s College London, stressed the importance of continued quarantine even after leaving the ship.”Given the circumstances on board the Diamond Princess, those passengers leaving the boat should be managed in a similar manner to those individuals departing a highly affected city or region,” said MacDermott.She recommended “further 14-day self isolation or quarantine period would be advisable even in the absence of symptoms.”Disembarkation is expected to take around three days as more test results become available. Anyone who has had contact with an infected passenger will have to undergo 14 more days in quarantine.In addition, the crew will begin a new quarantine when the last passenger has disembarked.But people in Yokohama appeared supportive of the decision to allow the passengers out despite the virus fears.”I am sure those people on board must be really worried. I hope they can go back to their normal life soon,” said 51-year-old Isamu Habiro.”As a Yokohama resident, I don’t want them to be treated unfairly. I want to cheer for them,” Habiro told AFP.Topics : For some 500 passengers allowed to disembark after testing negative, a difficult 14-day quarantine period has come to an end after their dream cruise turned into a nightmare of fear and crushing boredom confined in many cases to small windowless cabins.”NEGATIVE! Me, son, husband, mom and dad! Thank you Lord for protecting us… So emotional now,” tweeted passenger Yardley Wong, who has been cooped up with her six-year-old son.Those with no symptoms and a negative test received an official certificate saying they posed “no risk of infection of nCoV, as the said person has also presented no symptoms including fever at the time of infection.”But not everyone was so lucky. Relieved passengers began leaving a coronavirus-wracked cruise ship in Japan on Wednesday after testing negative for the disease that has now claimed more than 2,000 lives in China.The Diamond Princess has proved a fertile breeding ground for the virus with at least 542 positive cases, and there is mounting criticism of Japan’s handling of quarantine arrangements as passengers ready to disperse into the wider world.The ship is the biggest cluster outside China, where new figures showed the death toll surging beyond 2,000 with more than 74,000 infected. Hundreds more cases have been reported in two dozen countries.
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MATTHEW KUTZ/Herald photoBrian Calhoun didn’t take long to make his presence felt as a Wisconsin Badger. Playing in his first game in nearly two seasons, the junior running back and Colorado transfer rushed for 258 yards and five touchdowns on 43 carries to lead Wisconsin to a 56-42 win over Bowling Green in the team’s season opener.In doing so, Calhoun racked up more rushing yards in a debut performance at UW than any tailback in school history. He tied the Wisconsin rushing touchdown record while surpassing his previous career rushing high, 137 yards, by the second quarter.“I was excited to get out there,” Calhoun said. “The first few plays I had a few butterflies, but after we kept moving the ball, I really became more comfortable with the game.”At the same time, the Oak Creek native managed to steal the spotlight from Falcons quarterback and Heisman trophy candidate Omar Jacobs, who passed for 458 yards and five touchdowns in the loss despite directing his team to a 13-0 first-quarter lead.Jacobs began the game completing 11 of his first 12 passes for a pair of touchdowns to spot Bowling Green the early advantage.“I think Jacobs, he lives up to his billing,” UW head coach Barry Alvarez said. “He’s exceptional, a lot of poise, knows where to go with the ball. They (the Falcons) create a lot of problems.”Wisconsin responded on its second possession, with Calhoun rushing for 42 yards on a drive capped by a 21-yard touchdown strike from John Stocco to wide receiver Jonathan Orr. Stocco had missed part of the scoring drive after taking a helmet-to-helmet hit from Falcon corner Antonio Smith on a first-down scramble.“That was a prime example of an illegal play,” Alvarez said of the hit. “For a player to get hit with the helmet, unprotected like that, that’s a penalty. John needs to learn how to go down. He needs to slide and not take a hit.”Stocco’s touchdown toss was the first of five Badger touchdowns in the second quarter, an offensive explosion that yielded the most points in one quarter during the Barry Alvarez era.Not surprisingly, Calhoun led the way, rushing for 106 yards and three touchdowns in the quarter. An 85-yard kickoff return from Brandon Williams set up another Wisconsin score, an eight-yard plunge from fullback Matt Bernstein.However, Jacobs kept Bowling Green in the shootout with some fireworks of his own, engineering a trio of touchdown drives for the Falcons in the second quarter. A Jacobs touchdown pass to senior Steve Sanders, the duo’s second scoring connection of the contest, tied the game at 35-35 with just four seconds remaining in the first half.After the break, though, Calhoun put a stranglehold on the match-up. The UW defense did its part as well, allowing the Falcons just one yard of offense in the third quarter.“Our defense did what they had to do the first few possessions of the second half to get the ball back for us,” Alvarez said.Meanwhile, a Wisconsin offensive line featuring three new starters continued to open gaping holes for Calhoun and backup tailback Booker Stanley, who rushed for 103 yards in his reserve capacity. The duo combined for all 66 yards on the Badgers’ opening drive of the second stanza, with Calhoun capping the march with his fourth score.“It was to a point where (the offensive line would) come back to the sidelines saying they wanted to run every play,” Calhoun said. “Because we knew that we were having the mentality of finishing and Bowling Green’s defense really didn’t have an answer for us so we just kept pounding.”After consecutive sacks by Nick Hayden and Mark Zalewski forced a Bowling Green punt, Calhoun and Stanley went back to work, racking up 51 yards on the ground on a drive that spanned 5:39. This time, however, Stanley did the honors, breaking a 15-yard scamper to pay-dirt to give Wisconsin a two-touchdown advantage it would never relinquish.Calhoun went on to add another rushing score early in the fourth quarter to tie the school record, joining Anthony Davis and Billy Marek as the only Badgers ever to rush for five touchdowns in a single game.Jacobs, on the other hand, endured his share of struggles after the break, completing just 10 of his 22 attempts and throwing his first interception of the season. He did find Charles Sharon for a 20-yard touchdown following Calhoun’s final score to keep the Falcons in the game. However, the UW defense did enough in the second half to seal the victory for the Badgers in a very atypical contest.“You get in shootouts sometimes, and if you walk out of there with a win, that’s great,” Alvarez said. “There’s a lot of different ways to win games. I’m pleased with the win. But if we can build off the good things, the important thing is that we correct a number of the mistakes that we made. But I think this will help us. This should help this team.”