New Orleans Jazz Fest carried on in full force yesterday, bringing top-notch sets from hundreds of artists across a wide spectrum of genres. The sun was shining as tens of thousands packed into the New Orleans Fairgrounds for the finale of weekend one.Among the many highlights from the musical celebration was a Herbie Hancock & Wayne Shorter set, jams from Royal Teeth, J.Cole, Elle King, Taj Mahal Trio, John Mayall and so many more. Oh, and did you see members of The Meters and Dumpstaphunk joining up with Red Hot Chili Peppers to close things out on the main stage.Watch below:You can check out a small gallery of photos from day three below, courtesy of Marc Millman Photos: Load remaining images
LIPAN, Texas (AP) — The final autopsy for a Texas man who sheriff’s officials believe was killed by a mountain lion found he died from neck injuries due to an animal attack, though state wildlife officials don’t believe a wild animal was to blame. The Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office ruled that 28-year-old Christopher Allen Whiteley’s cause of death last month was from neck injuries due to an animal attack. The manner of death was ruled an accident. The Hood County sheriff’s office said Tuesday that there’s still a disagreement with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department on whether Whiteley was killed by a mountain lion.