Hard-rock juggernauts Five Finger Death Punch give audiences four for flinching on their Share The Welt tour, a high-octane evening of nail-driving metal and chugging aural concrete. Since bursting onto the scene in 2007 with its gold-selling debut, The Way of the Fist, Five Finger Death Punch has scaled the charts and the musical food chain, gulping its competition like a possessed Takeru Kobayashi. For the tour in support of its latest effort, American Capitalist, the gang enlists an entire posse of heavy hitters. Massachusetts metal mavens All That Remains, fresh from melting soles on the Vans Warped Tour, bludgeon audiences with an arsenal of hits, and hardcore shredders Hatebreed share unkind words as they haze the speed of sound. Adding power-chord crunch to the show, Fort Wayne’s Rains sprinkles audiences with raw and emotional sonic sleet.
Once the top junior tennis player in Zimbabwe, Proform Tennis Academy director Clive Ullyett used his racquet like a divining rod for his career, following it to South Africa, the University of South Alabama, and even to the professional satellite and futures circuits. This path to professional competition is the same one he and his staff at Proform Tennis Academy hope all of their pupils will one day carve?and they do so with a savvy player development curriculum. Many players who have honed their skills in Proform's junior circuit have gone on to careers at schools such as Stanford, Yale, and Cornell.
The Rye Historical Society, founded in 1964, is dedicated to preserving and celebrating Rye's unique historic heritage. The Society has restored both the Square House and the Knapp House and serves the community through school visits, educational programs, lectures, exhibits, tours and family events.