For the second time this summer, Dead & Company will perform for two nights at a baseball stadium. Judging by their incredible run at Citi Field, the upcoming performances at Fenway Park in Boston, MA are sure to be something special.If you can’t make it out to Boston for the shows this Friday and Saturday, July 15-16, fear not. The band has teamed with nugs.tv to provide webcasts for each of the two shows. With SD and HD packages and single-night options available, there’s no reason to miss out on any of the music!Check out the poster for the run below, and head here for pricing and more information.
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey’s state media say one person was killed and a second person is reported missing after heavy rains and flash floods struck the Turkish Aegean coastal province of Izmir. The two were trapped inside a vehicle that was swept away by rising water on Tuesday, Anadolu Agency reported. The news agency quoted Izmir’s governor as saying the region was hit by 1 1/2 times more rain in 10 hours than the average total for February, The downpour is expected to continue until Wednesday. In October, Izmir was struck by a powerful earthquake that toppled buildings, killing more than 100 people.
Le’Veon Bell is upset with the NFL, and it may land him in some trouble.The Jets running back expressed frustration Wednesday after claiming the league has randomly drug tested him five times in the past 10 weeks. Bell said he’s not going to cooperate if he gets tested again. I done had 5 “random” HGH blood test in 10 weeks…@NFL I’m not doing another after today, whatever y’all lookin for it obviously ain’t there & I’m not about to keep allowing y’all to stick me with those dirty ass needles..find the players who really do that HGH BS & get off me..— Le’Veon Bell (@LeVeonBell) November 20, 2019MORE: Tua drops out of first round in 2020 NFL Mock DraftBell responded to a few other people who tweeted at him, staying strong in his stance that he won’t participate in another test. One user told him the NFL “is petty” and will test him a sixth time just because of Bell’s tweet. The running back responded, “and I won’t be doin it.”He also pushed back on the notion that he was being tested for drugs like marijuana. He’s had previous issues with the league’s substance abuse policy, serving a two-game suspension in 2015 and a three-game suspension in 2016.you don’t need my blood to test me for marijuana weirdo…I can easily pee in a cup https://t.co/dpLMxC5P8C— Le’Veon Bell (@LeVeonBell) November 20, 2019While Bell’s anger is understandable, it could also result in serious consequences. He’s unlikely to face punishment for the tweet itself, but him saying, “I’m not doing another after today” could be an issue in the future. A copy of the NFL and NFLPA’s agreement of the policy for performance-enhancing drugs clearly states that players unwilling to participate are subject to discipline. The policy states, “Players who fail to [appear for testing] without a valid reason as determined by the Independent Administrator will be subject to discipline.”That discipline includes, according to the policy:First-time offense: Fine up to $25,000Second-time offense: Fine of two week’s payThird-time offense: Four-game suspension without payOf course, Bell will need to be tested again at some point this season before we worry about any of that.