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Greatest Sports Rock & Jams
Greatest Sports Rock & Jams
No, it's not rockin' jams. It's rock and jams, which implies a mix of sweeping rockers ("Rock and Roll Part 2," "Louie, Louie," "Born to be Wild") and equally hook-addicted R&B ("The Power," "Celebration"). As one can see, we're talking about the most ubiquitous stadium anthems of recent memory. Though there's some variety found here ("Macarena" to "Surfin' Bird" suitably represent the spectrum), this two-disc set sticks to game-time faves of the most familiar sort. One question to ponder: Has "The Addams Family Theme" ever inspired a team to pull off a last-second victory? --Steven Stolder

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chitral phtoos 647, 48, 59, 78 and story below
chitral phtoos 647, 48, 59, 78 and story below
Jashan-e-Qaqlasht concluded CHITRAL: Annual four days Qaqlasht Festival (Jashan-e-Qaqlasht), the calendar spring festival of the people of northern Chitral was concluded today after continuing for the last five days. The festival has a history of about two thousand years, but was abandoned after Chitral’s status as a separate princedom came to an end in 1969, to be revived in 2003 through the intervention of a range of civil society organizations including Chitral Association for Mountain Area Tourism (CAMAT). The festival was sponsored by Sarhad Tourism Corporation (STC). The festival consisted of sporting events and cultural music i.e. folksongs, folkdances, music of reed instrument and that of pure Chitrali sitar. The objective of the festival was to protect the indigenous Kho culture and to highlight and market it as tourism product so that maximum national and international tourists would be attracted to the region that could help reduce poverty by providing tourism-related job opportunities to the locals apart from promoting cross-cultural understanding and harmony. To begin with, the inauguration ceremony performed by Sikander-ul-Mulk, who is Chairman of CAMAT as well as Jashan-e-Qaqalsht Committee, and Rehmatullah Wazir, DCO Chitral, who opened the polo match in the afternoon. Talking to the gathering, he reaffirmed the commitment and support of district administration in organizing Jashan-e-Qaqlasht on regular basis in future. The sporting activities consisted of free style polo, football, volley ball, cricket, putt shot, bodi dik (local Cricket), and marathon race and so on. There were seven polo teams of which Kosht clenched the polo trophy, whereas Kosht B stood runner-up. In football contest, Kushum secured victory out of the total twelve football teams. Likewise, Chitral Scouts won volley ball cup and Reshun won cricket trophy with Booni as runner-up. The cup of bodi dik went to Shahgram with Raeen as runner-up. Shooting contest with ‘chikit’ (shooting target with centuries old rifles), and falconry were two other interesting sports that attracted large number of crowd and media personnel. Similarly trophy of marathon race, participated by six youngster teams, went to Kosht team. All the sporting events were organized in a congenial atmosphere with a display of high sportsmanship spirit to be witnessed by a crowd of as large as thousands of people from all over the Chitral district as well as tourists from other pats of the country also had reached the scenic valley. But there were no foreign tourists participating in the event due to continue cancellation of PIA flights from Islamabad and Peshawar to Chitral. The sporting activities were intermittently disturbed by rain, but it also added color and beauty to the occasion. Full arrangements for tourists’ food and stay were made with tent hotels serving in local cuisines. The cultural music, folkdances and folksongs were the most interesting phenomenon of the mega event. There was big bonfire for night music program which the participants fully enjoyed. The music of pure Chitral sitar was played by experts of the art. The poets came to participate in the poetry session to be organized in the festival venue with the lovely Booni village as a backdrop scene. They recited beautiful poems in appreciation of natural beauty and highlighted the topics of love and friendship with an insight of a poet. Folksongs and folkdances were presented throughout the day with a variety of performers from different regions. Besides it local Para gliders enthralled the spectators and tourists by demonstration of paragliding with a sophisticated way. President Paragliding Association Chitral Saifullah told this scribe that Chitral is a best and suitable platue and particularly Qaqlasht. He said that if the government supported paragliding association it can be convert into an international paragliding Club where Para gliders from around the world will approach here due to feasible and peaceful environment. The final day of the festival, during polo interval, Mohyuddin, MNA Chitral and Ghulam Muhammad, MPA in their public address congratulated the people for organizing the festival. They assured their support for the festival in future. The final day somehow, was marred by rain resulting in the postponement of prize distribution ceremony for the next day. The function here was attended by large number of dignitaries from different localities, who distributed trophies and medals amongst the winner teams and individual players. Sikander-ul-Mulk, in his address as chief guest highlighted the importance of the festival and pledged that Jashan-e-Qaqlasht would be organized with great pump and show by next year, where Gilgit polo team will be invited and the event would be telecast live from Qaqlasht. The newly constructed access road to the festival venue, which has been diverted through a suitable place to mitigate transporters’ troubles, is far improved
First Clemson Football Tickets
First Clemson Football Tickets
The is a huge story behind these tickets. I waited in a line with over 4,000 people for exactly 5 hours that included 90 degree heat, rain, lightning and laying on the sidewalk trying to catch up on sleep. I got in line at 2:20 on Friday afternoon and did not walk away with my tickets until 7:20 that night. The IPTAY office was giving out tickets for both the first and second game of the season since they are in the same week. The biggest of the two is the Labor Day game against Florida State. After all those people that were in line before me got their tickets, the only tickets that were left were "The Hill" and the upper deck. I chose the hill despite the popular opinion of students who do not like it since you have to stand on a fairly steep hill the entire game. I bet my ankles will be feeling the pain after the first two games. I just hope that after all that hastle, this will be the best damn football game that I have ever been to. Which from what I hear it should meet and exceed my expectations.

best football pump up music
best football pump up music
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A veteran football writer ranks the top 75 players in NFL history.
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