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Music, food and more: Here's what you can do at BottleRock this weekend
There are other experiences you can enjoy such as a spa and a hidden bar inside a "porta potty."
The three-day music and food festival BottleRock Napa Valley 2023 kicks off on Friday.
NAPA VALLEY, Calif. (KGO) -- BottleRock Napa Valley, the three-day music and food festival, kicks off this weekend.
The lineup includes Lizzo, Post Malone, Duran Duran and so many more.
But there are other experiences you can enjoy at the festival, such as the food and wine scene.
There's even a spa where you can get a massage, IV hydration or hair cut.
Plus, there are some unique bars. One is even hidden inside a porta potty. Once you go inside, it's actually a speakeasy.
The Monkey Shoulder Whisky porta potty bar will have DJ's performing, people dancing and it'll just be a big party. It'll be decorated with plants.
RELATED: Find a festival of food, drink, and fun at BottleRock 2022 in Napa Valley
Part of the fun is figuring out where it's at and which porta potty is actually a bar.
"And if you are lucky enough to open that door and get inside when you go in from, we have DJs spinning all throughout the three days of the festival," said Anna Mains, of Monkey Shoulder.
"We have some really cool lineups. They keep them as a surprise. So you never know who you're going to see when you pop in. But I can say this year, I think I'm most excited about a couple of the guys that we have confirmed. So you get to see some of the people that are spinning on the big stages sometimes come in this little intimate space. We've got great cocktails."
This will be Monkey Shoulder Whisky's third year with the speakeasy there.
They're looking at taking this speakeasy to other festivals, though now they're only doing it at BottleRock.
Hendrick's Gin will have a three-story bar at the festival. They'll have some special cocktails there, along with a floral photo wall and giveaways.
Other unique experiences at BottleRock include a cannabis-inspired lounge , wellness experience with music, meditation, and sound healing, culinary stage , silent disco activity and a musical event geared towards children .
The California Highway Patrol says attendees should anticipate an increase in traffic into Napa Valley. Several roadways will have restrictions from 8 a.m. -11 p.m. near Napa Valley Expo. Please allow addition travel time and be cautious of pedestrian traffic.
BottleRock kicks off Friday, May 26 and goes through Sunday, May 28.
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'I was wrong': Shemy Schembechler contrite in statement after resignation
Glenn “Shemy” Schembechler, in a lengthy statement, said he has promoted “Black excellence” throughout his career in football, and that the Black players he has known are among the “great influences” in his life.
Schembechler, the son of the late former Michigan football coach Bo Schembechler, resigned Saturday, three days after he announced on social media he had been hired as assistant director of Michigan football recruiting. His Twitter timeline featured a number of posts and “likes” of multiple offensive and insensitive comments, including several suggesting slavery and Jim Crow were a positive to strengthen Black individuals and families.
By Saturday afternoon, he had scrubbed more than 2,000 “likes” and retweets from his Twitter timeline, and by Saturday night he had deactivated his account.
In his statement released by a PR firm late Sunday, Schembechler said any commentary that diminishes the “suffering and long-term economic and social inequities that hundreds of years of slavery and the ‘Jim Crow’ era caused for Black Americans is wrong. I was wrong.”
He went on to say he was “disappointed” in his “flippant behavior on Twitter,” then cited individuals, including Pierre Woods, a former Michigan football player who is Black, “will confirm what they know to be true in my heart and head.”
“By inexplicably and irresponsibly liking things on social media I owe an unabashed and unequivocal apology to my hundreds of friends and fellow coaches in the Black community, all communities,” Schembechler said in the statement.
It is unclear how these actions slipped through any pre-employment check Schembechler went through at Michigan. Michigan’s Standard Practice Guide Policy regarding hiring to the university indicates every employee is subject to a background check. According to the guide: “This policy is intended to support the verification of credentials, criminal history, and other information related to employment and appointment decisions that assist the University in meeting its commitments.”
Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh and athletic director Warde Manuel issued a joint statement late last Saturday announcing Schembechler had resigned his position with Michigan Football.
“We are aware of some comments and likes on social media that have caused concern and pain for individuals in our community,” the joint statement read. “Michigan athletics is fully committed to a place where our coaches, staff and student-athletes feel welcome and where we fully support the University’s and Athletic Department’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.”
Schembechler had spent the previous 25 years as an NFL scout, including a decade with Washington. He most recently worked for the Las Vegas Raiders, before he reportedly was fired in February.
His late father, Bo Schembechler, for whom Michigan’s football building is named, has been linked to controversy since a report surfaced in 2020 regarding sexual abuse during physical examinations from football team doctor Robert Anderson. Schembechler allegedly did not properly address complaints from his players. A year ago, Michigan agreed to a $450 million settlement with Anderson's victims.
Shemy Schembechler, in his statement, frequently referenced his “dad” and family as he offered apologies “profusely” to anyone offended, said, “we all have made mistakes” and is hoping for "forgiveness based on my expansive life’s work, and not any moment of indiscretion.”
This is the latest in a number of issues the football program has navigated in recent months. Michigan received a draft of an NCAA Notice of Allegations in January for alleged violations including a Level I — the NCAA’s most severe — against Harbaugh for allegedly misleading investigators looking into violations during a COVID-19 recruiting dead period.
Later that month, Matt Weiss, who had been co-offensive coordinator and quarterback coach, was fired after the UM Police Department opened an investigation into alleged computer crimes at Schembechler Hall, the football building. The investigation remains ongoing.
Last October, running back Donovan Edwards released two statements after he was found to have retweeted an antisemitic comment in a Kanye West video. Edwards later tweeted he is "unequivocally against racism, exploitation & oppression in all forms, including stereotyping and trafficking in hate.
Paris Jackson Rocks Out In Crop Top As She Performs At BottleRock Napa Valley Festival: Photos
The daughter of Michael Jackson had a bundle of energy as she sang and played a guitar during the San Francisco-area gig.
Paris Jackson , 25, made a lasting impression when she performed with her band at the BottleRock Napa Valley Festival over the weekend. The daughter of Michael Jackson rocked a sleeveless white graphic crop top and light and dark red plaid pants as she sang her heart out and played guitar to the supportive crowd. She also had her long hair, which was dyed different colors, down and put her arm tattoos on full display.
Her energetic first performance, which lasted 45 minutes and was seen in a video she shared, was reportedly followed by a second one on the Jam Cellers Jampad. That one was shorter, lasting only 20 minutes, but was just as great. Other performers at the festival included Duran Duran , Lizzo , Nile Rodgers , Carly Rae Jaspen , Leon Bridges , Tove Lo , Cautious Clay , Lupe Fiasco , Dogstar , and many more.
Paris’ performance at BottleRock comes shortly after she released her new single, “Bandaid.” Before that, she released her single “Just You” in 2022, and doesn’t seem to be backing down when it comes to her love for music.
When the talented singer is not making headlines with her performances and music releases, she’s doing so with her casual outings. Last month, she was photographed wearing an Iggy Pop crop top and denim shorts as she walked her dog in Los Angeles, CA. She also added brown boots with black soles to her look as her hair was down and she accessorized with sunglasses.
Just two weeks prior to that outing, she showed up to a Coachella party hosted by Lucky. She wore a black bikini top with jeans that had flannel pieces attached to them. She also added black heeled boots with red shoelaces and had her hair up in a high bun as she again accessorized with sunglasses.
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Ex-college student charged in California stabbings to get psychiatric exam
WOODLAND, Calif. (AP) — A judge on Monday ordered a psychiatric review of the former University of California, Davis student charged with two fatal stabbings and an attempted murder that shook the normally serene community outside Sacramento.
An attorney for Carlos Dominguez said in Yolo County Superior Court that his client is not mentally competent to stand trial.
Dominguez, 21, sat next to his court-appointed public defender and tried to speak several times during the short proceeding, The Sacramento Bee reported . Before he left, Dominguez said he did not want an attorney.
Relatives of the second victim, Karim Abou Najm, a 20-year-old UC Davis student, attended the hearing, some wearing T-shirts with the young man’s image.
Police have not disclosed a motive for the stabbings, which took place over a span of days and rattled the community . Students stayed at home or ventured out in pairs, and some businesses closed early.
Dominguez had been a third-year student majoring in biological sciences until April 25, when the university let him go for academic reasons.
The body of the first victim, a 50-year-old homeless man well known in the community as the “Compassion Guy,” was discovered on April 27. Abou Najm was killed on April 29 as he walked through Sycamore Park. A homeless woman survived being attacked in her tent.
Dominguez was caught by police after more than a dozen people reported seeing him in the neighborhood where the second victim was killed, wearing clothes recognizable from the third stabbing.
A competency hearing is scheduled for late June.
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Schembechler had spent the previous 25 years as an NFL scout, including a decade with Washington. He most recently worked for the Las Vegas Raiders, before he reportedly was fired in February.
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WOODLAND, Calif. (AP) — A judge on Monday ordered a psychiatric review of the former University of California, Davis student charged with two fatal stabbings and an attempted murder that shook the normally serene community outside Sacramento.. An attorney for Carlos Dominguez said in Yolo County Superior Court that his client is not mentally competent to stand trial.