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c# - roommodel cl - code review stack exchange


what's the point of a roommodel cl with only private fields?this is waaay too many arguments: public roommodel(bool clubonly, int doorpositionx, int doorpositiony, int wallheight, double doorpositionz, int doordirection, string modelheightmap, string modelfurnimap, string poolmap). instead, have publicly available properties so your code becomes much clearer:var roommodel = new roommodel { clubonly = clubonly, doorpositionx = doorpositionx // etc. } this also avoids errors.your constructor is 50+ lines. that's far too long, imho. some of it should be moved to private methods, but i'd urge you to keep roommodel lean and move the logic in your constructor to a separate "creator" cl .i'd make parsemodelsquare() into a cl of its own as well. (why is this a public method?) perhaps also look at






a pleasant, if not ravishing, kc jukebox


you’re never going to please everybody when it comes to contemporary — or, heck, when it comes to at all. go for the cl ics and you’re too traditional. go for a young audience and you’re not paying enough attention to those who already love the art form. and so on.so you have to hand it to mason bates for his kc jukebox series. devoted to contemporary and launched when bates arrived as the kennedy center’s composer-in-residence in the fall of 2015, it has been an uneven and varied sequence of al experiences so far, but each performance certainly has a sense of an event — and draws in a disparate crowd with a visible mix of ages and styles that seems distinctive, in my experience, among kennedy center events.[composer throws the kennedy center a great party.]for the latest one, “ravishment,






thief busted for swiping teen tourist's backpack in central park


a teenager visiting the city from michigan was robbed in central park tuesday night — but the suspect was caught a short time later, police sources said. it was the fourth robbery inside the park this year. the incident happened 7 p.m. at 108th st. and west dr. sources said the suspect, dressed in blue carrying a yellow backpack, simulated having a gun, then stole the teen’s cell phone and backpack before riding off on a bicycle.cops hunt teens suspected in string of central park robberies police were called and caught the suspect at 108th st. and east dr. charges were pending tuesday night.send a letter to the editorjoin the conver ion:facebooktweet






ngt to test cotton gl -coated ‘manja’, asks for samples


by: pti | new delhi | published:february 1, 2017 8:50 pm the national green tribunal. (express p o: tashi tobgyal)the national green tribunal on wednesday asked all the state governments and animal rights body people for ethical treatment of animals (peta) to bring samples of gl -coated cotton thread, known as ‘manja’, for flying kites to show if it poses a danger to humans, animals and birds. a bench headed by ngt chairperson swatanter kumar sought demonstration of gl -coated cotton thread after a dispute arose between the states and peta regarding the issue of harm caused by the sharp string.watch what else is making newswhile the states’ counsel argued that no harm is caused by manja and it can be easily broken into two just by using hands, the animal rights body’s lawyer contended tha






'pm narendra modi believes in systematic changes, not doles'


new delhi: the government eschewed populism in the budget ahead of a string of state polls to focus instead on the objectives that led to its demoneti ion drive and to step up public investment, particularly in agriculture, rural development and infrastructure. the move to restrict cash transactions beyond rs 3 lakh, for instance, is aimed at curbing black money and incentivising formal economy, senior officials said. the government was not under pressure to dole out populist measures, they said. “populist announcements win you praise for a single day. measures rooted in some social or economic rationale have been preferred,” said one of the officials, who did not wish to be identified. “pm modi doesn’t believe in doles. he believes in systematic changes that can result in sabka saath, sa






code golf - automate your first grade counting exercise


codegolf challengepwsshhhh! you wake up in a cryogenics lab in the year 3000. upon being escorted to the ignment office to receive your career chip, presumably that of a delivery boy, a probe detects that you are from the year 2000. because of this, and a few stereotypes, you are umed stupid compared to today's modern human and are forced to repeat gradeschool. you enter your first grade cl room and the teacher is giving an ignment. she will say or write a number up to 50. if she writes the number on the board (for example: 25) then you have to say the numbers up to that number "one, two, three, ..., twenty-five". if she says the number out loud (for example: "six") then, on your tablet, you have to write the numbers up to that number "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6"this becomes very tedious and you dec






amsmath - how to convert all fractions from the form m/n into the form\dfrac{m}{


here's a lualatex-based solution. if you are forced to use pdflatex you may be out of luck. hopefully, though, the answer may still be useful to other readers.a major issue with "in-fix" fraction notation, such as a/b and 1/2, is that by the time tex has a chance to notice the presence of a / symbol, the material that's supposed to form the numerator is already gone; back-spacing to recover the numerator would be very tedious (or maybe even impossible). a preprocessor-based approach seems more promising. fortunately, luatex provides the process_input_buffer callback, which is very suitable for pre-processing.the following example code provides a lua function that performs the infix-to-frac conversion. it requires that every numerator term be preceded by whitespace; denominator terms can be






business news roundup, feb. 1


slack goes after big companiesslack technologies, a fast-growing startup trying to wean businesses off email by hooking employees on its more informal messaging service, is now hoping to snare the world’s biggest companies as customers.its new enterprise grid is designed to enable workers in different departments to communicate more easily with each other. slack has become a popular way for teams of employees to communicate, but workers haven’t been able to quickly connect with other departments. enterprise grid will let workers in different slack groups message each other more easily.deliverywalmart altersshipping ruleswalmart is replacing a program that offered free shipping but had an annual fee with one that has a lower free shipping threshold and faster delivery.it’s one of the first






persistence is undervalued – signal v. noise


1999 was a huge year for our filmaker. his movie was nominated for awards at all the major award ceremonies, winning a handful. through 2005 he made more movies that received warm attention, but never like his debut.and his metacritic scores (a number 0–100 aggregating top critics’ reviews) kept sliding.but he kept going.from 2006 through 2013 he went through the longest string of awards for “worst director”, “worst movie”, “worst screenplay” i’ve ever seen. winning raspberry after raspberry.but he kept going.in 2015, a tv show he produced got some attention. in 2016, a new movie of his got glowing reviews. and now in 2017, his latest movie has hit theaters, and it has the highest metacritic score his movies have ever accrued, which includes… the sixth sense.m. night shyamalan has gone fro






see it: ball python gets lodged in the earlobe of an oregon woman


a python recently got stuck in the gauged earlobe of portland, ore. resident ashley glawe. glawe’s pet ball python, bart, found his way into her ear when she placed him around her shoulders this week, cnn reports. before glawe could pinpoint what was going on, she believed bart was attacking the side of her head. “what (it) felt like (was) he struck at my ear — i like froze instantly. i didn’t move because i really thought he was like attacking the side of my head,” glawe told jeanne moos of cnn. it soon be e clear that the python did not attack her — they are just drawn to holes. (the snakes are not venomous and constrict their prey.)(ashley glawe/facebook) glawe applied cooking oil to try and slip him out of the earlobe, but it was not successful. she was worried the animal would ultima






8-vehicle accident blocks i-45 gulf freeway near 610 south


p o: houston transtar image 1of/3captioncloseimage 1 of 3a six-vehicle accident at i-45 gulf freeway northbound near the 610 south loop was blocks traffic heading toward downtown early tuesday, nov. 15, 2016.a six-vehicle accident at i-45 gulf freeway northbound near the 610 south loop was blocks traffic heading toward downtown early tuesday, nov. 15, 2016. p o: houston transtar image 2 of 3a six-vehicle accident at i-45 gulf freeway northbound near the 610 south loop was blocks traffic heading toward downtown early tuesday, nov. 15, 2016.a six-vehicle accident at i-45 gulf freeway northbound near the 610 south loop was blocks traffic heading toward downtown early tuesday, nov. 15, 2016. p o: houston transtar image 3 of 3a six-vehicle accident at i-45 gulf freeway northbound near the 610






israel approves 3,000 new colony homes


netanyahu says his regime is building on occupied territory and will continue doing sooccupied jerusalem: israel has unveiled plans for 3,000 new homes for jewish colonists in the occupied west bank, the fourth such announcement in the less than two weeks since us president donald trump took office.the late tuesday announcement e as security forces were preparing to evict the hardline occupants of a wildcat colony outpost in line with a high court ruling that determined the homes were built on private palestinian land.the planned eviction has been deeply unpopular with hardliners within the government, widely regarded as israel’s most right-wing ever, and the new building plans were widely seen as a sop to their supporters.dozens of security personnel were seen approaching the amona outpos






falcons’ 2010 emails show concern over ‘excessive’ painkiller use


a string of emails that began in 2010 with the atlanta falcons’ head trainer and reached all the way to owner arthur blank showed a franchise worried about its “excessive” reliance on painkillers to treat players and the potential embarr ment that could cause the team and the nfl. one topic raised in the email chain concerned the review by an outside agency that found the team spent $81,000 on prescriptions for medications for players in 2009 — nearly three times the league average. nearly every recipient on the email chain — from blank, president rich mckay and general manager thomas dimitroff to then-head athletic trainer marty lauzon — is still with the team, which plays new england in the super bowl on sunday.“that’s being litigated now. that’s not something we’re going discuss right n






bill nye the science guy and buzz aldrin hit the runway as models


p o: jp yim/getty images for nick graham image 1of/43captioncloseimage 1 of 43>>keep clicking to see more p os of bill nye the science guy and former astronaut buzz aldrin as they vogue down the runway in nick graham's fashion show titled, "life on mars.">>keep clicking to see more p os of bill nye the science guy and former astronaut buzz aldrin as they vogue down the runway in nick graham's fashion show titled, "life on mars." p o: jp yim/getty images for nick graham image 2 of 43bill nye walks the runway at the nick graham nyfw men's f/w '17 show on january 31, 2017 in new york city. bill nye walks the runway at the nick graham nyfw men's f/w '17 show on january 31, 2017 in new york city.  p o: jp yim/getty images for nick graham image 3 of 43buzz aldrin walks the runway at






cafe di stasio forced to repay $35,000 after exploiting foreign staff


one of melbourne's most celebrated restaurateurs has been forced to repay $35,000 to staff after the fair work ombudsman found st kilda fine-dining establishment, cafe di stasio, had systematically underpaid and exploited six overseas workers.the fair work ombudsman launched an investigation in march last year after fairfax media revealed claims that ronnie di stasio had forced an italian waitress to pay kickbacks of $500 to the restaurant once a week in order to keep her work visa, while another foreign worker had only been paid holiday entitlements after taking legal action. an fair work ombudsman investigation found that ronnie di stasio's cafe di stasio underpaid and exploited six overseas workers.  the investigation found mr di stasio had underpaid four chefs and two bar staff between






capitals stumble out of the break with 3-2 loss to islanders


new york — the washington capitals returned to the barclays center visiting locker room after their 3-2 loss to the new york islanders, packed up their gear and then attempted to explain where things had gone wrong for them tuesday night.some players thought the overall play was sloppy, perhaps to be expected in the first game back for both teams after the all-star break. “i wouldn’t categorize that as a crisp game for either team,” capitals forward daniel winnik said. others thought both teams played pretty well, with not much separating them. “i thought actually it was a good game with good speed,” capitals center nicklas backstrom said.in the end, the capitals headed home to washington with a collective shrug. the islanders played better, and so the capitals lost. the luxury of their le






soundtrack for unsettling times at kronos festival


p o: wojciech wandzel image 1of/2captioncloseimage 1 of 2the kronos quarteth works that embody the kronos ethos of thinking globally and collaborating locally, including five pieces commissioned via the quartet’s fifty for the future project, which makes new works available to young ensembles. lessthe kronos quarteth works that embody the kronos ethos of thinking globally and collaborating locally, including five pieces commissioned via the quartet’s fifty for the future project, which makes new works ... more p o: wojciech wandzel image 2 of 2the kronos quartetthe kronos quartet p o: evan neff soundtrack for unsettling times at kronos festival1 / 2back to galleryoriginally embled to perform george crumb’s caustic antiwar opus “black angels” in 1973, kronos quartet has spent some four dec






florida woman says she was thrown off spirit flight for cleavage


a south florida woman claimed she was booted from a spirit airlines flight from new orleans to fort lauderdale because of her cleavage-baring blouse. “it’s not even about money,” the unidentified 21-year-old told local 10 news. “i was really embarr ed.” but airline staff said she wasn’t removed from her flight because of her wardrobe, but rather because she was drunk and bothering other p engers. “nobody was taken off a plane because of cleavage,” spirit spokesman paul berry told the news station. “people are taken off planes because of their behavior.” he said the flight attendant, while she was addressing the woman's alleged intoxication, did mention her blouse, but more in p ing.a south florida woman claims she was kicked off a spirit airlines flight from new orleans to fort lauderdale






florida woman says she was thrown off spirit flight for cleavage


a south florida woman claimed she was booted from a spirit airlines flight from new orleans to fort lauderdale because of her cleavage-baring blouse. “it’s not even about money,” the unidentified 21-year-old told local 10 news. “i was really embarr ed.” but airline staff said she wasn’t removed from her flight because of her wardrobe, but rather because she was drunk and bothering other p engers. “nobody was taken off a plane because of cleavage,” spirit spokesman paul berry told the news station. “people are taken off planes because of their behavior.” he said the flight attendant, while she was addressing the woman's alleged intoxication, did mention her blouse, but more in p ing.a south florida woman claims she was kicked off a spirit airlines flight from new orleans to fort lauderdale






news in 90 seconds for thursday february 2, 2017


good morning canberra! thank heavens for a bit of cool, wet weather. after an almost endless string of balmy nights we can all tick off one good night sleep. a top of 31 degrees is expected today. in fact, your thursday is forecast to be awesome... and if not power on to the weekend. let's check out the news. curtin developers deny playing hardball bully or straight-shooter? that is the question on canberrans lips as they see the community tussle over development of curtin shops unfold.owners of a 50-year-old block in curtin square have vowed to hoard up the building indefinitely if an application to redevelop it into a six-storey mixed use building is rejected.katie burgess looks into whether the move bullies opponents of the project or is rather an attempt to put an end to an expensi






may bartlett moved into this rozelle cottage 90 years ago, when life was very di


this is old news, but many of you won’t have heard it before. in fact, most readers weren’t born when may bartlett moved into 1 callan street rozelle as a 7-year-old.it was 1927 and may’s grandparents had come into a small inheritance – just enough to pay £430 for the one-bedroom cottage.“my grandfather divided the front room to make a bedroom for me,” may told domain. “callan street was a dirt road with no formed footpaths, just dirt and rubble. the bottom of callan street was a dairy with cows feeding on the gr field, and victoria road was called weston road and was a two-lane road with tramlines up the middle.”we often write about the gentrification of sydney’s working cl suburbs, but few of us stay put long enough to watch it unfold before our eyes. may lived in this humble cottage for






falcons were concerned about 'excessive' painkiller use


a string of emails that began in 2010 with the atlanta falcons head trainer and reached all the way to owner arthur blank showed a franchise worried about its “excessive” reliance on painkillers to treat players and the potential embarr ment that could cause the team and the nfl. one topic raised in the email chain concerned the review by an outside agency that found the team spent $81,000 on prescriptions for medications for players in 2009 — nearly three times the league average. nearly every recipient on the email chain — from blank, president rich mckay and general manager thomas dimitroff to then-head athletic trainer marty lauzon — is still with the team, which plays new england in the super bowl on sunday. “that’s being litigated now. that’s not something we’re going discuss right






falcons were concerned about 'excessive' painkiller use


a string of emails that began in 2010 with the atlanta falcons head trainer and reached all the way to owner arthur blank showed a franchise worried about its “excessive” reliance on painkillers to treat players and the potential embarr ment that could cause the team and the nfl. one topic raised in the email chain concerned the review by an outside agency that found the team spent $81,000 on prescriptions for medications for players in 2009 — nearly three times the league average. nearly every recipient on the email chain — from blank, president rich mckay and general manager thomas dimitroff to then-head athletic trainer marty lauzon — is still with the team, which plays new england in the super bowl on sunday. “that’s being litigated now. that’s not something we’re going discuss right






the resistance to trump is big, diverse and ferocious


just one full week into donald trump’s presidency, the dizzying pace of news has left many of us feeling a sense of political vertigo — and dread. the new administration began with a poorly attended inauguration that led a wounded trump to lash out at the media in a bizarre speech at the cia’s headquarters. as millions of women and men marched in washington and cities around the world, press secretary sean spicer summoned reporters to the white house briefing room and, defying clear evidence to the contrary, brazenly and falsely claimed that trump drew “the largest audience ever to witness an inauguration — period.” a day later, trump adviser kellyanne conway went on national television and rebranded spicer’s bald-faced lies as “alternative facts.” later in the week, white house chief stra






knicks-nets rivalry peaked six years ago over carmelo anthony


we've been through this before with carmelo anthony, under similar circumstances and with common themes: he held the power, or most of it, and held the spotlight, which is where he's always comfortable. as the knicks get ready to face their brooklyn neighbor on wednesday, it's relevant to recall that the peak of this fizzled rivalry occurred six years ago — and it was all over anthony. it can also provide hints about what's in store for the knicks and their star heading into the trade deadline on feb. 23. "melo-drama," ep. 1, pitted mikhail prokhorov and james dolan against one another, and included a drive-by appearance from jay z and one of the more bizarre press conferences from an nba owner. it involved a canceled meeting that may or may not have taken place anyway. there was another






knicks-nets rivalry peaked six years ago over carmelo anthony


we've been through this before with carmelo anthony, under similar circumstances and with common themes: he held the power, or most of it, and held the spotlight, which is where he's always comfortable. as the knicks get ready to face their brooklyn neighbor on wednesday, it's relevant to recall that the peak of this fizzled rivalry occurred six years ago — and it was all over anthony. it can also provide hints about what's in store for the knicks and their star heading into the trade deadline on feb. 23. "melo-drama," ep. 1, pitted mikhail prokhorov and james dolan against one another, and included a drive-by appearance from jay z and one of the more bizarre press conferences from an nba owner. it involved a canceled meeting that may or may not have taken place anyway. there was another






falcons were concerned about 'excessive' painkiller use


a string of emails that began in 2010 with the atlanta falcons head trainer and reached all the way to owner arthur blank showed a franchise worried about its “excessive” reliance on painkillers to treat players and the potential embarr ment that could cause the team and the nfl. one topic raised in the email chain concerned the review by an outside agency that found the team spent $81,000 on prescriptions for medications for players in 2009 — nearly three times the league average. nearly every recipient on the email chain — from blank, president rich mckay and general manager thomas dimitroff to then-head athletic trainer marty lauzon — is still with the team, which plays new england in the super bowl on sunday. “that’s being litigated now. that’s not something we’re going discuss right






where did the radical right come from? television tries to make sense of it.


timothy mcveigh in custody after the murrah federal building bombing in oklahoma city in 1995. (courtesy of the oklahoma city national memorial and museum)the title of the documentary “oklahoma city” is a little misleading. the movie isn’t just about the april morning in 1995 when timothy mc­veigh parked a ryder truck full of explosives next to a federal building and killed 168 people. it also tracks the events that prompted mcveigh’s homegrown terrorism. the movie, which airs next tuesday night on pbs, revisits the bloody siege at ruby ridge in 1992, not to mention the showdown the following year near waco, tex., that led to the deaths of david koresh and his branch davidians.“there’s a tendency to see these sorts of events as one-offs,” said the movie’s director, barak goodman, “these an






on the death of the senate and its long history as the world’s greatest delibera


president trump’s first supreme court nomination has the potential to do more than reshape the nation’s judicial branch for years to come. it could end the senate’s long history as the world’s greatest deliberative body.liberal and conservative activists are girding for a fight that, under current rules, gives democrats the power to block any court nomination. but in this week’s environment, with democrats delaying cabinet nominations and both sides calling each other names largely unheard of in the history of the senate’s genteel discourse, republicans could take steps to eliminate that power.if such a showdown occurs, it would be about more than ending senate tradition of allowing an entrenched minority to stymie legislation and nominees through the filibuster.it would be about forever c






kings of leon, luke bryan coming to woodlands pavilion


p o: dave hogan/mtv 2016/getty images image 1of/70captioncloseimage 1 of 70kings of leon >>keep clicking for a look at other great shows coming to the houston area kings of leon >>keep clicking for a look at other great shows coming to the houston area  p o: dave hogan/mtv 2016/getty images image 2 of 70roots rocker dave alvin is joined by jimmie dale gilmore at the heights theater on jan. 6.roots rocker dave alvin is joined by jimmie dale gilmore at the heights theater on jan. 6. p o: yep roc image 3 of 70the red chili peppers get funky at toyota center on jan. 7 with new orleans great trombone shorty opening.the red chili peppers get funky at toyota center on jan. 7 with new orleans great trombone shorty opening. p o: theo wargo/filmmagic image 4 of 70locash do brocountry at






don’t condemn super bowl players for not speaking out if they have nothing to sa


houston — at super bowl li, athlete activism is taking the week off. the concerns bombarding the nation register mostly as distractions here, and you know how much football teams hate real life infringing upon their preparation. if coaches bill belichick and dan quinn can’t even figure out how to greet each other — handshake or bro hug? — forget about their teams using this international platform to say anything profound, or honest, about president trump’s chaotic agenda.“what’s going on in the world?” new england patriots quarterback tom brady asked. “i haven’t paid much attention. i’m just a positive person.”it was an insincere and callous comment from one of sports’ greatest icons, but to be fair, the answer was more the result of media fatigue than ignorance. brady was tired of being p






don’t condemn super bowl players for not speaking out if they have nothing to sa


houston — at super bowl li, athlete activism is taking the week off. the concerns bombarding the nation register mostly as distractions here, and you know how much football teams hate real life infringing upon their preparation. if coaches bill belichick and dan quinn can’t even figure out how to greet each other — handshake or bro hug? — forget about their teams using this international platform to say anything profound, or honest, about president trump’s chaotic agenda.“what’s going on in the world?” new england patriots quarterback tom brady asked. “i haven’t paid much attention. i’m just a positive person.”it was an insincere and callous comment from one of sports’ greatest icons, but to be fair, the answer was more the result of media fatigue than ignorance. brady was tired of being p






carlos vives sets sugar land date


p o: dave rossman, for the chronicle image 1of/82captioncloseimage 1 of 82carlos vives performs at the toyota center friday oct. 16, 2015.(dave rossman p o)carlos vives performs at the toyota center friday oct. 16, 2015.(dave rossman p o) p o: dave rossman, for the chronicle image 2 of 82dave matthews and tim reynolds play the smart financial centre on jan. 25.dave matthews and tim reynolds play the smart financial centre on jan. 25. p o: chris mckay, contributor image 3 of 82mike doughty used to front alternative band soul coughing, which broke up in messy fashion. he plays white oak hall jan. 25.mike doughty used to front alternative band soul coughing, which broke up in messy fashion. he plays white oak hall jan. 25. p o: paradigm agency image 4 of 82reba mcentire brings a bunch of fan






trump picks colo. appeals court judge neil gorsuch for supreme court


president trump nominated colorado federal appeals court judge neil gorsuch for the supreme court on tuesday, opting in the most important decision of his young presidency for a highly credentialed favorite of the conservative legal establishment to fill the opening created last year by the death of justice antonin scalia.gorsuch, 49, prevailed over the other finalist, thomas hardiman of pennsylvania, also a federal appeals court judge, and trump announced the nomination at a televised prime-time event at the white house.the bonhomie of the ceremony was in stark contrast to the reaction of democrats, who are ready for a pitched battle over the future of the supreme court. senate minority leader charles e. schumer (d-n.y.) said gorsuch will have to win over some democratic senators to get t






trump picks colo. appeals court judge neil gorsuch for supreme court


president trump nominated colorado federal appeals court judge neil gorsuch for the supreme court on tuesday, opting in the most important decision of his young presidency for a highly credentialed favorite of the conservative legal establishment to fill the opening created last year by the death of justice antonin scalia.gorsuch, 49, prevailed over the other finalist, thomas hardiman of pennsylvania, also a federal appeals court judge, and trump announced the nomination at a televised prime-time event at the white house.the bonhomie of the ceremony was in stark contrast to the reaction of democrats, who are ready for a pitched battle over the future of the supreme court. senate minority leader charles e. schumer (d-n.y.) said gorsuch will have to win over some democratic senators to get t






deep purple and alice cooper, chainsmokers, kings of leon, los lobos


deep purple and alice cooper poster.(p o: live nation) deep purple’s long goodbye tour is headed to phoenix with the legendary alice cooper and special guests the edgar winter band.tickets are $33-$97.50, going on sale at 10 a.m. friday, feb. 3, at livenation.com, ticketmaster.com and on the live nation app. citi card members can take a ntage of a special pre-sale opportunity beginning at 10 a.m. tuesday, jan. 31, at citiprivatep .com. at 10 a.m. thursday, feb. 2, there will also be pre-sales via livenation.com, the live nation app and on facebook.deep purple’s new studio album, “infinite,” is set for release on april 7. produced by the legendary bob ezrin (pink floyd, cooper, kiss), “infinite” features 10 tracks they say were recorded “in the spirit of the ’70s.” finally inducted just las






deep purple and alice cooper, chainsmokers, kings of leon, los lobos


deep purple and alice cooper poster.(p o: live nation) deep purple’s long goodbye tour is headed to phoenix with the legendary alice cooper and special guests the edgar winter band.tickets are $33-$97.50, going on sale at 10 a.m. friday, feb. 3, at livenation.com, ticketmaster.com and on the live nation app. citi card members can take a ntage of a special pre-sale opportunity beginning at 10 a.m. tuesday, jan. 31, at citiprivatep .com. at 10 a.m. thursday, feb. 2, there will also be pre-sales via livenation.com, the live nation app and on facebook.deep purple’s new studio album, “infinite,” is set for release on april 7. produced by the legendary bob ezrin (pink floyd, cooper, kiss), “infinite” features 10 tracks they say were recorded “in the spirit of the ’70s.” finally inducted just las






deep purple and alice cooper, chainsmokers, kings of leon, los lobos


deep purple and alice cooper poster.(p o: live nation) deep purple’s long goodbye tour is headed to phoenix with the legendary alice cooper and special guests the edgar winter band.tickets are $33-$97.50, going on sale at 10 a.m. friday, feb. 3, at livenation.com, ticketmaster.com and on the live nation app. citi card members can take a ntage of a special pre-sale opportunity beginning at 10 a.m. tuesday, jan. 31, at citiprivatep .com. at 10 a.m. thursday, feb. 2, there will also be pre-sales via livenation.com, the live nation app and on facebook.deep purple’s new studio album, “infinite,” is set for release on april 7. produced by the legendary bob ezrin (pink floyd, cooper, kiss), “infinite” features 10 tracks they say were recorded “in the spirit of the ’70s.” finally inducted just las






deep purple and alice cooper, chainsmokers, kings of leon, los lobos


deep purple and alice cooper poster.(p o: live nation) deep purple’s long goodbye tour is headed to phoenix with the legendary alice cooper and special guests the edgar winter band.tickets are $33-$97.50, going on sale at 10 a.m. friday, feb. 3, at livenation.com, ticketmaster.com and on the live nation app. citi card members can take a ntage of a special pre-sale opportunity beginning at 10 a.m. tuesday, jan. 31, at citiprivatep .com. at 10 a.m. thursday, feb. 2, there will also be pre-sales via livenation.com, the live nation app and on facebook.deep purple’s new studio album, “infinite,” is set for release on april 7. produced by the legendary bob ezrin (pink floyd, cooper, kiss), “infinite” features 10 tracks they say were recorded “in the spirit of the ’70s.” finally inducted just las






nickelback, deep purple and alice cooper, chainsmokers, kings of leon, los lobos


chad kroeger of nickelback performs on stage at the special announcement and live performance at the house of blues on the sunset strip november 5, 2014 in west hollywood, california.(p o: mark davis/getty images) the nickelback feed the machine tour is headed to ak-chin pavilion in phoenix on urday, sept. 9, with daughtry.tickets are $25-$125, going on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. urday, feb. 11, at livenation.com and ticketmaster.com. a fan club presale starts at 10 a.m. monday, feb. 6 on the live nation app and livenation.com. fans who pre-order the forthcoming “feed the machine” album today from nickelback’s official online store will receive a code for early access to tickets as well as a digital copy of first single “feed the machine.”nickelback will offer a limited number o