Marshmello drops electrifying beat at Abu Dhabi Grand Prix opening

Marshmello opened the F1 weekend on a high note. (File/AFP)
Updated 29 November 2019

Marshmello drops electrifying beat at Abu Dhabi Grand Prix opening

  • Concert goers also enjoyed a performance from Syrian-Palestinian rapper Moh Flow
  • The after race concert series will also feature Lana Del Ray and The Killers

ABU DHABI: Loud and stylistic beats vibrated through the du Arena on Friday night as US DJ Marshmello kicked off the Abu Dhabi F1 Grand Prix.
The 27-year-old music producer opened the exciting weekend with his electrifying set of dance-pop tunes including “Friends,” “You and Me,” and “Keep it Mello.”
Concert goers also enjoyed a performance from Syrian-Palestinian rapper Moh Flow – a star in the UAE hip-hop community – who was there as a support act, performing his own tracks “Dead One” and “Do Enough.” 
The after-race concerts will continue throughout the weekend with rappers Future and Gucci Mane on Friday, Nov. 29, and Lana Del Ray and The Killers on Sunday, on Dec. 1.


What We Are Reading Today: Reptiles and Amphibians of New Zealand

Updated 28 February 2020

What We Are Reading Today: Reptiles and Amphibians of New Zealand

Authors: Dylan Van Winkel, Marleen Baling, and Rod Hitchmough

With more than 400 extraordinary color photographs and richly informative text, Reptiles and Amphibians of New Zealand is the definitive field guide to all of the country’s tuatara, geckos, skinks, frogs, marine turtles, and marine snakes.

From the ancient tuatara, the sole surviving member of its order, to the world’s largest collection of long-lived and live-bearing lizards, New Zealand’s reptiles and amphibians represent an extraordinary part of the country’s biodiversity. 

The only field guide to cover all of New Zealand’s 123 currently recognized species, the book features authoritative and up-to-date species accounts, including names and description, as well as information on distribution, variation and similar species, habitat, and natural history.

The book also provides a general introduction to these species, offering an overview of evolution, conservation, observing and collecting, ecosystems, and geographic history.

It contains more than 400 stunning new color photographs.