The Flaming Lips Perform “There Should Be Unicorns” On Colbert

first_imgThe Flaming Lips popped into the The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night to perform “There Should Be Unicorns” from their recently-released album Oczy Mlody. Never a stranger to the weird, frontman and rainbow-winged Wayne Coyne mounts a horned-unicorn alongside two horse wranglers dressed like astronauts in this performance. With psychedelic visuals, eccentric costumes, and strange music, The Flaming Lips have continued their quest to stay different – and for that, we are grateful.Watch the full performance below:last_img

A Palace revolution

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Woman discharged for holding child’s wrist

first_imgStuff co.nz 26 May 2015A Marlborough woman who held onto the wrist of a stranded child while arguing with his mother for leaving him alone has received a discharge without conviction for assaulting the child.Mother-of-two Anita Desiree Brown, 51, appeared at the Blenheim District Court on Monday.Judge Chris Tuohy said the defendant discovered the crying six-year-old boy alone in the car park of the Richmond squash club.The boy had been locked out of the club while his mother was playing inside, Tuohy said.“He was crying and in distress in the car park area as he couldn’t get back in,” he said.Brown took him by the hand and searched for his mother. When she found the woman, Brown led the child by the wrist.She asked for Brown to hand over her son but Brown held onto him.The judge said Brown was under the influence of alcohol when she acted in a “foolish way” by arguing with the woman about the way she had been looking after her child.The argument became so heated Brown followed the mother inside the club and police were called.http://www.stuff.co.nz/marlborough-express/news/68840814/Woman-discharged-for-holding-childs-wristlast_img read more

Bengaluru FC to play ‘home’ matches in Fatorda

first_imgBENGALURU: Following the Indian Super League’s decision to host the entirety of the 2020-21 season in Goa, it has been announced that Bengaluru FC will play its ‘home’ matches for the upcoming season at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, in Fatorda.Decided based on last season’s final League standings, the Blues will share their venue with current champions ATK (now ATK Mohun Bagan) and 2019-20 League winners FC Goa. With the Nehru Stadium serving as Bengaluru FC’s ‘home ground’, Carles Cuadrat’s men are set to play 11 games at the venue, which would include home games against each of the other nine sides and ‘away’ clashes against ATK Mohun Bagan and FC Goa. The Blues, meanwhile, are no strangers to the venue, having lifted their maiden I-League title in 2014 with a 2-4 win against Dempo SC at the Fatorda, before going on to lift the Federation Cup title at the same venue the following year. It was also announced that teams to finish between fourth and seventh place would consist of Group B, with Chennaiyin FC, Mumbai City FC, Odisha FC and Kerala Blasters FC set to play its games at the GMC Athletic Stadium, in Bambolim. NorthEast United FC, Jamshedpur FC and Hyderabad FC would play out of the Tilak Maidan, in Vasco, in Group C. ians Also Watch: Govt Acts Tough On Schools Without Licenceslast_img read more