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ADITC Set Times

Set Times:


1:00                                         Gates Open.

1:30 – 2:00pm                 Jordan Rager (Bud Light Side Stage)

2:20 – 2:50pm                 High Valley (Bud Light Side Stage)

2:55 – 3:25pm                 Canaan Smith (Main Stage)

3:30 – 4:00pm                 Lauren Alaina (Bud Light Side Stage)

4:05 – 4:50pm                 Jana Kramer (Main Stage)

5:20 – 6:05pm                 Wade Bowen (Main Stage)

6:35 – 7:35pm                 Kip Moore ( Main Stage)

8:05 – 9:05pm                 Easton Corbin (Main Stage)

9:35 – 11:00pm               Dwight Yoakam ( Main Stage) 



Red Cross Shelters

FORT BEND COUNTY, Texas - The American Red Cross will open a new shelter at River Pointe Church in Fort Bend County at 4 p.m. Wednesday. Beginning at 5 p.m., the Red Cross will be distributing essential supplies such as clean-up kits, tarps, rakes and personal hygiene supplies at the First Baptist Church in Richmond and Shepherd Community Center in Shepherd.

The full list of shelters and addresses is below:

AUSTIN COUNTY: St. John Lutheran Church, 520 North Holland Bellville, TX, 77418

BRAZORIA COUNTY: Christ Lutheran Church, 86 Plantation Drive, Lake Jackson, TX, 77566

FORT BEND COUNTY: First Baptist Church, 502 S. 5th St, Richmond, TX, 77469 River Pointe Church, 5000 Ransom Rd., Richmond, TX 77469

HARRIS COUNTY: New Light Christian Church, 1535 Greens Mark, Houston, TX, 77067

LIBERTY COUNTY: Calvary Baptist Church, 816 North Blair Ave, Cleveland, TX 77327

MONTGOMERY COUNTY: First United Methodist Church, 4308 West Davis, Conroe, TX 77304

SAN JACINTO COUNTY: Shepherd Community Center, 10251 Hwy 150, Shepherd, TX, 77371

TYLER COUNTY: True Vine Baptist Church, 26 US Hwy 69, Doucette, TX 75942

WALLER COUNTY: Bible Fellowship Baptist Church, 1214 FM 359 Brookshire, TX, 77423

WHARTON COUNTY: Boys and Girls Club, 2120 Newton St, Wharton, TX, 77488 These shelters will be open 24 hours a day, providing a warm, dry place to stay, food and emotional support for area residents who are not able to remain at their homes due to storms and flooding.

WHAT TO BRING TO A SHELTER: Anyone evacuating to a Red Cross shelter should bring the following essential items for each member of the family: • Prescription and emergency medications • Foods that meet unusual dietary requirements • Identification and important personal documents • Extra clothing, towels, hygiene supplies and other comfort items • Supplies needed for children and infants, such as diapers, formula and toys • Special items for family members who are elderly or disabled • Certified service animals are permitted.

PETS: The SPCA has partnered with the American Red Cross to help the pets of those seeking shelter. The SPCA will provide a Pet Setup for the pet of an owner who seeks shelter at an American Red Cross shelter. A setup includes a cage kennel, food and water bowls, and pet food. Thanks to the SPCA, dogs and cats are welcome at American Red Cross Shelters.

FOR HELP: Those with flood-related needs are urged to call the American Red Cross at 1-866-526-8300 - option 1.

TO DONATE: Those who wish to donate to flood relief may do so at redcross.org/donate. TO VOLUNTEER: Every single day, the American Red Cross helps people in emergencies. Whether it's one displaced family, thousands of disaster victims, or providing care and comfort to an ill or injured service member or veteran or support to a military family member, our vital work is made possible by people like you. It is through the time and care of ordinary people that we can do extraordinary things. Sign up today at redcross.org 2016 Click2Houston/KPRC2

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Lauryn Hill apologizes to fans after 2-hour delay at Atlanta concert

Fans, musicians and media all weighed in on Lauryn Hill’s tardiness to her recent concert in Atlanta, causing the singer’s name to trend on Twitter for much of the day Saturday.

But the one person who remained silent was the singer herself.

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On Sunday, in a message posted to Facebook, Hill said she is "figuring out a plan" to make it up to fans who waited more than two hours to see her perform at Chastain Park Amphitheatre on Friday. Due to her late arrival and the venue’s 11 p.m. curfew, the singer only performed for less than 40 minutes before her sound was cut off.

“I have nothing but love and appreciation for the fans in Atlanta, and regret not being able to give you a full show,” the Facebook message reads.

Hill, who's show was scheduled to start at 8 p.m. ET, took the stage around 10:20 p.m. She was forced to stop singing during her set because of a strict curfew that the venue, which is located in a residential area, enforces.

The crowd booed the singer when she first started the show and when she was forced to stop singing.

While a fan video seems to show Hill blaming her driver for her tardiness, her Facebook message makes no mention of the driver. 

Hill said she will announce details about how she plans to make it up to fans as soon as she has them.

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Daddy Days: A letter for Mother’s Day

In honor of Mother’s Day, I thought I’d share a letter the 1-year-old wrote to my wife.

A couple weeks ago he pulled me aside and said he had jotted down some thoughts for a Mother’s Day card. He knew I had some writing experience, so he asked if I could look it over. This sounded reasonable, so I obliged.

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I had to polish it up a bit (man, kids can babble on), but here’s the finished product:

Dear Mom,

We’ve been close since the beginning. For whatever reason, we just seemed to click. I’m hungry, you have food. I want to sleep, you put me in bed. I need a clean diaper, and you detect this through some magical power — I’m convinced is hidden inside your nose — and give me a fresh diaper.

From vicious vacuums trying to eat me to loud noises coming from the radio, you’ve saved me so many times. I love that.

I also love that you understand how challenging walking can be. And how any shirt I’m wearing might as well be a straight jacket when it comes to me trying to remove it.

I love that you appreciate my prowess at climbing the two steps to the top of the 24-inch slide in the backyard. And also how you celebrate my slide down every time as if I just scored a perfect 10 in the high dive event at the Olympics.

I’m sorry about the whole splashing in the toilet thing and that “code brown” situation in the bathtub. I should know better. But I’m thankful you were there to handle it, because that Dad guy doesn’t know what he’s doing when it comes to bathroom situations.

(Just between us, he totally asked me if I could just “hold it until Mom gets home” the first time he was watching me while you were gone.)

I have to admit I was confused by people patting your tummy and saying, “the baby will be here soon.” I thought I was the baby. I did some research into the subject and it appears I’m going to be an older brother. I’m assuming this isn’t going to impact your ability to protect me from the vacuum.

But this isn’t about me. It’s about how wonderful you’ve been. No one has made sure I was more completely taken care of than you, and I know my baby brother is going to be just as well taken care of.

In the 15 months I’ve been in this world (and the two years we’ve been together), no one has more thoroughly shown me what love is than you. I love that.

I hope you have a great Mother’s Day. You’re certainly a great mother.

The midnight surprises in this basket will make a new mom laugh on Mother’s Day

Middle of the night diaper changes are no fun. This clever gift idea will keep new moms laughing at midnight.

At first glance, it looks like a regular gift basket filled with diapers and other necessities. But take a closer look, and you’ll see that each diaper is pre-stuffed with a little message. Use these tiny notes to encourage the new mom or tell her a joke. Even the silliest of jokes can be funny to someone who is sleep deprived.

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You can also include a little extra pampering for the mom like a pair of soft slippers. Anything to make those late night moments a little more enjoyable.

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Five facts about Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo is here. Many will be celebrating the holiday with margaritas and Mexican food. Here are five facts about the Mexican holiday that you can use to impress your friends.

1)      Despite a common misconception, Cinco de Mayo is not Mexico’s Independence Day. The holiday celebrates the Battle of Puebla, where, against all odds, the Mexicans made a stand against an invading French army in 1862.

2)      Cinco de Mayo is celebrated more in the United States than it is in Mexico, with the exception of the city of Puebla. Mexico holds more of a celebration on its Independence Day, September 16, than it does on Cinco de Mayo.

>>5 Cinco de Mayo deals and steals

3)      The holiday means big business for the avocado industry. The California Avocado Commission says that Americans consume around 81 million avocados during Cinco de Mayo.

4)      Chandler, Ariz., has a unique way of celebrating Cinco de Mayo. It hosts a Chihuahua race every year. The event has been cancelled for 2016.

>>Quiz: How much do you know about Cinco de Mayo?

5)      The 2010 U.S. Census estimates that about 31.8 million U.S. residents are of Mexican origin. The largest concentration of Mexican-Americans is in Los Angeles, the city that holds the largest Cinco de Mayo celebration in the U.S.

Don’t waste money on expensive gifts when these 5 DIY decorations will make Mom feel so special

With these easy DIY projects, you will have everything you need to transform Mom’s space into a beautiful wonderland of pretty flowers and thoughtful details.

Set the tone for Mother’s Day by surprising her with a decorated kitchen or dining room for the full effect. She will be so overjoyed with the bright happy transformation.

Floral initial

This pretty statement piece is easy to make with a few supplies from the craft store. Transform fake flowers and a paper letter into this gorgeous decoration by simply cutting the stems from the flowers and glueing them inside the letter. Paint the outside of the letter for a finished look. Find the full tutorial on LuLu’s blog.

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Mother’s Day Banner

A customized banner will brighten up any wall and make Mom feel super special. This one from Modern Beautiful is so simple to make. It’s designed to be printed at home. Then just cut out the circles, string onto a ribbon and hang.

Paper flower centerpiece

Make this pretty centerpiece for your Mother’s Day table from paper. Paper flowers are easy to make once you get the hang of it. They look beautiful and will last forever. Plus, Mom will appreciate the time you took to make them. See how to make these out of crepe paper on Creative Jewish Mom.

Painted Vase

After you’ve made some pretty paper flowers in Mom’s favorite color, you’ll need a vase to put them in. This gold and white striped vase starts as a tin can. Paint pretty stripes and voila you’ve got a centerpiece. Find step by step directions on Two Delighted.

Hand-painted table runner

Your centerpiece will look perfect on this colorful runner. The kids will have tons of fun making this one for Mom because its finger painted. Use brightly colored craft paint to make these polka dots in whatever arrangement you like. Mom will love the creativity of this one! HGTV shows us exactly how to make it.

Forget everything else, these are the 5 things moms want for Mother’s Day

Let’s not beat around the bush here. It’s Mother’s Day, but I don’t want flowers or crafts or a box of chocolates … all I really want is for someone to give me a break!

Show this to your husband. Show this to your kids. Show this to everyone … these things will help Mom even when it’s not her special day.

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What Mom really wants:

1. Do this one simple chore for her. (Hint: it’s laundry. Everyone hates laundry.)

2. Forget breakfast in bed, just make the bed. (But watch this video because you’re probably doing it wrong.)

3. Win your way to her heart through the kitchen … give her a night off and make this simple dinner surprise.

4. Leave her alone: Pack this spa basket and give her a nice morning of peace and quiet.

5. NO CRAFTS. Seriously, put down the paintbrush.

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