Music Festival, Road Work And Rain Could Cause Traffic Mess This Weekend

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For more information and ticket prices, visit Other weekend events include the PGA Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club, the Georgia Tech-North Carolina football game at noon Saturday at Bobby Dodd Stadium and the Georgia State-Jacksonville State football game at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Georgia Dome. In Athens, the University of Georgia plays North Texas at Sanford Stadium, with kickoff at 12:21 p.m. Construction crews will be placing beams on the I-85 and Ga. 400 Interchange project this weekend, according to the Georgia Department of Transportation. The project will close two lanes on I-85 northbound from Piedmont Road to Ga. 400 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. There also will be work associated with the project on Sidney Marcus Boulevard, Cheshire Bridge Road, Lenox Road and Buford Highway. Construction crews also will be closing single lanes on I-285, I-75 and I-20 to conduct drain cleaning and shoulder sweeping. Motorists are being encouraged to operate with caution this weekend, particularly on Saturday, when rain will likely compound traffic problems.

Cambridge Audio’s Minx Xi music streamer packs built-in amp and 24-bit DAC (video)

There’s no want for input sources, either. The Minx Xi takes local music from both Cambridge’s mobile apps as well as devices with Bluetooth, optical output, UPnP and USB support; by itself, the hub streams services like BBC iPlayer, Pandora and Rhapsody. The Minx Xi isn’t cheap at $899, but it’s also one of the few networked audio devices that could be a true complement to high-end speakers. Show full PR text Cambridge Audio Debuts Minx Xi Streaming Digital Music System Minx Xi streams Bluetooth, high resolution music stored on your home network, thousands of internet radio stations, Pandora and Rhapsody in crisp, Hi-Fi sound On display at CEDIA September 25th-28th at booth #3306 LONDON September 18, 2013 Cambridge Audio, a world-class acoustic design team with decades of Hi-Fi audio innovations, announces Minx Xi, the digital music system designed not only to do it all, but to sound great doing it. Developed by Cambridge Audio’s experts in the heart of London, Minx Xi is a seriously accomplished yet versatile music player, ideal for hi-fi enthusiasts as well as the more casual music lover. Want to stream music from a smartphone or tablet? Minx Xi features Bluetooth connectivity, compatible with any brand of Bluetooth device. Want to play high resolution music stored on your home network? Minx Xi can wirelessly play back music stored on any UPnP server, NAS drive or computer. Want to enjoy internet radio? Tune into your favorite stations in seconds or discover new ones from around the world. Plus, there’s built-in support for many streaming services including BBC iPlayer Radio, Pandora and Rhapsody. However you store your music, Minx Xi plays it to the highest level of quality. Seamlessly combining an unlimited choice of music with a powerful and punchy amplifier in a compact and stylish package, Minx Xi is a brilliant sounding all-in-one player.

Justin Timberlake Previewing ‘More Dangerous’ Music This Weekend

Justin Timberlake

Well I have not put the set list together yet because, as you know, I procrastinate on things like that. We’re looking at playing some new material from the second half of this record,” the “Take Back The Night” singer said of the follow-up to March’s The 20/20 Experience in an interview with Ryan Seacrest on Thursday. Timberlake has already teased to MTV News that the second half will be the “more dangerous” older sister, saying, “The first half the sun is out the second half the moon is out, I don’t know.” In addition to new music, Timberlake will soon hit the big screen in “Runner Runner” alongside Batman himself, Ben Affleck. “It’s an exciting movie it’s a lot of fun too. I got excited when I first read the script because it reminded me of a certain genre of thriller that you and I probably grew up with,” he said of the film, which hits theaters on October 4. “The characters are really intelligent. It just felt like a nice little twist but also an homage to the thrillers that I love growing up. And then Ben Affleck signed on. We had a lot of fun shooting it. It’s smart and it’s got a lot in it.” The same day he appeared on Seacrest’s radio show, the “Today” show teased a part of their upcoming interview with the pop star, where he weighs in on Miley Cyrus’ headline-making VMA performance, which he previously likened to performances from Britney Spears and Madonna . “I don’t know that I have definitive thought in one direction or the other about it. I think she’s really smart, and I think she’s really talented.