Edit this setlist | More Dead & Company setlistsWant to win tickets to see Dead & Company next Sunday, June 26th at Citi Field? Enter below!Photos via Dave DeCrescente; check out a full gallery of images below! Throughout their first four shows, Dead & Company had yet to play a single song multiple times. The trend for tour debut songs continued on Monday night in Camden, NJ, when the Company brought out 13 tour debuts, and last night’s performance at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga Springs, NY followed suit with six more!The show opened with a rocking version of “Feel Like A Stranger,” before bringing out the first “Here Comes Sunshine” of 2016. The show featured six 2016 debuts in total, including “Here Comes Sunshine,” “Loser,” “Little Red Rooster,” “Iko Iko,” “Good Lovin’,” and a double encore that included “Brokedown Palace” and “Johnny B. Goode.”Some standout moments from the show include an emotional “Brown Eyed Women” with John Mayer on lead vocals, as well as rocking versions of both “Cassidy” and “Deal.” The latter featured some tremendous guitarwork from Mayer, as well as some rhythmic mastery from Oteil Burbridge, Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart. The second set was also jam packed with highlights, including a crazy “Estimated Prophet > China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider” that dropped into a psychedelic “Drums/Space.” “Uncle John’s Band” brought the set back to reality, and the group closed out with “Days Between” and “Good Lovin’.” “Brokedown Palace” sent fans home with an emotional farewell, before the band came back for a second encore, and closed things out with a rocking “Johnny B. Goode.” Righteous!Check out audio, video, and setlist from the show below.Full audio – taped by Bill GoldbergFeel Like A Stranger – taped by Sean RocheBrown Eyed Women – taped by Sean RocheCassidy > Deal – taped by Sean Roche Load remaining images
Chicago prog-jam quartet Mungion has announced an extensive fall tour! Following their first-ever headlining tour this winter, the four-piece will embark on a 25-date journey through the northeast and the midwest–sharing stages with The Motet and Aqueous along the way.Since their inception in Spring of 2015, Mungion has quickly made a name for themselves as rising stars of the improvised music landscape. Composed of Justin Reckamp (guitar/vocals), Joe Re(keyboards/vocals), Sean Carolan (bass/vocals) and Matt Kellen (drums/vocals), the band is rooted in their ambitious compositions and improvisational abilities, offering up a raucous and joyous sound that’s guaranteed to have you smiling ear-to-ear and leave you wanting more.Kicking off at Woodlands Tavern in Columbus, Ohio on September 26th, Mungion will hit Cativo in Pittsburgh, PA (9/27); King’s Rook Club in Erie, PA (9/28); and Meeting of the Minds in Schuylkill Haven, PA (9/29). From there, they’ll shoot back over west to Hi-Fi in Indianapolis, IN (10/1), before linking up with The Motet at El Club in Detroit, MI (10/3) and heading to Elevation in Grand Rapids, MI (10/4); Concord in Chicago, IL (10/5); and Madison Theatre in Covington, KY (10/6) with the Colorado funksters. This portion of the tour will conclude with a headlining gig at Diamond Ball Room in Louisville, KY on October 7th.On October 24th, Mungion and Aqueous will share the stage at Space Ballroom in Hamden, CT to kick off their northeast tour together. From there, the two bands will hit Higher Ground Lounge in Burlington, VT (10/25); The Sinclair in Cambridge, MA (10/26); The Hollow in Albany, NY (10/27); Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, NY (10/31); Wonder Bar in Asbury Park, NJ (11/1); Union Stage in Washington, DC (11/2); and The Foundry in Philadelphia, PA (11/3).On November 29th, Mungion will link back up with The Motet for shows at Turner Ballroom in Milwaukee, WI (11/29); First Ave in Minneapolis, MN (11/30); and the Waiting Room in Omaha, NE (12/1). From there, they’ll once again join Aqueous for a brief run through Colorado, hitting Hodi’s in Fort Collins (12/5), Old Town Pub in Steamboat Springs (12/7), and the Fox Theatre in Boulder (12/8).For tickets and more information on Mungion’s upcoming fall tour, head to the band’s official website.
Stories and storytelling are today in tourism more than ever an imperative for the development and branding of a tourist destination. Pričajmo priče, naše autentične i originalne priče. How to actually interpret the heritage through the story, develop special forms of tourism, create added value, how to turn potentials into a resource and complete the whole process? The new great tourist story from Kaštela is on a great track to give the answers to the above. Priča je fenomenalna, originalna i drugačija te odličan temelj za danji razvoj. Može li se napraviti oznaka kvalitete i brendirati obiteljski smještaj kao što je recimo Kvarner Family oznake kvalitete, te time podiči kvalitetu smještaja na puno viši nivo? Projekt uključuje slikovnicu Biseri prosuti morem, informativnu web stranicu, audio priču i ilustriranu kartu grada. Slikovnica Biseri prosuti morem nositelj je projekta, tiskana je u dvojezičnom izdanju na hrvatskog i engleskom jeziku, a kao takva predstavlja turističko edukativni proizvod koji poziva na učenje i istraživanje Kaštela. The town of Kaštela is located on the shores of Kaštela Bay, and the uniqueness of the town lies in the fact that it developed around seven places: Kaštel Sućurac, Kaštel Gomilica, Kaštel Kambelovac, Kaštel Lukšić, Kaštel Stari, Kaštel Novi, Kaštel Štafilić, ie seven forts – castles. And each fort has its own story. Može li galeb Bepo postati sinonim za Rivijeru Kaštela? Ne samo kroz turizam, nego i kao lokalni ambasador djece koji će educirati o ekologiji, održivom razvoju itd…da postane “živ” i primjer djeci koji će ih usmjeravati. Da, svakako to bi bilo više nego pametan potez, no za to je potrebna šira podrška cijelog projekta. Prvenstveno lokalne samouprave i razmišljanja van okvira tj. strateški. Slikovnica „Biseri posuti morem“ istkana je od prekrasnih lokalnih priča, kulama i dvorcima, staroj maslini, legendi o Miljenku i Dobrili, Kozjaku, kaštelanskim vinima i posebnoj kulturno vrijednoj baštini Kastela, govori Tomislava Vidović Baran, dio tima iza cijelog projekta te dodaje: “Priča je pisana na engleskom i hrvatskom jeziku te predstavlja i zanimljiv vodič kroz grad kako domaćim tako i stranim gostima. Ovaj kaštelanski izvorni suvenir objedinjuje svu ponudu grada Kaštela te je odličan izbor za poklon domaćim ili stranim gostima, ali i našoj djeci kako bi se bolje upoznala sa svojim gradom.” ističe Vidović Baran te dodaje kako se cijeli tim iza ove priče vodio da projekt upoznaje najmlađe populacije s kulturnom baštinom i bogatom povijesti, a s druge strane da postane i zanimljiv turistički proizvod. Ako ste jedan od domaćih iznajmljivača, ne bi bilo loše da slikovnicu „Biseri posuti morem“ imate u svojem smještaju. Da ispričate priču o svojem gradu, prođete sa svojim gostima sve lokacije, no dovoljno je i da im samo “bacite udicu” i zagolicate maštu te ih pustite da sami istraže svih sedam priča. Tako direktno utječete na razinu zadovoljstva gosta, jer ne zaboravite, motiv dolaska nije smještaj, nego destinacija. Ako vam je naravno stalo kako će gosti doživjeti vašu destinaciju i hoće li se opet vratiti. A tu je i ambasador cijele priče – simpatičan Galeb Bepo koji priča priču i vodi čitatelje kroz multimedijalni projekt 7 bisera. The story goes something like this…. Više informacija o ovoj priči saznajte na www.7kastela.hr It is a project of 7 pearls of Kaštela and the seagull Bepo. U svakom slučaju, ovo je jedan primjer kako se kreativnošću i domišljatošću , može doprinijeti promociji lokalnog turizma i razvoju destinacije. Tako se pričaju i valoriziraju priče u turizmu, sada je samo pitanje realizacije i produkcije, te održivosti cijelog projekta. Ovaj turistički proizvod je prepoznat i kod privatnih iznajmljivača koji ga koriste kao poklon svojim turistima, te predstavlja svojevrsni vodič kroz Rivijeru Kaštela. While the whole world invents various stories, which are often not credible, do not have some historical sources and do not have strong foundations, but due to excellent production they are alive and sold around the world, on the other hand Croatia can boast of incredible diversity and authenticity, both through rich history, culture, way and culture of living, all the way to gastronomy. We have a great foundation for telling stories, and most importantly of all these stories are true, credible and unique. Authentic and original stories are key words, and when they are, then they are not inclined to be copied, thus creating differentiation from others through the originality of the story. No copy. Sadržaj uključuje priču o 7 Kaštela sa spominjanjem stvarnih lokacija, kaštelanskim kulama, tradicionalnim delicijama ovoga kraja, vinom – kaštelanskim crljenkom, ilustriranom mapom grada sa stvarnim lokacijama, prikazano na bajkovit način, a opet uključujući veliku ponudu kaštelanskog turizma. “Napravili smo i Bepo naljepnice koje smo stavili na Bepo friendly mjesta, tj.na lokacijama na kojima se može besplatno prolistati proizvod i upoznati s Kaštelima” ističe Tomislava Vidvić. Of course, there are some stories and “only” legends, village stories to tell, but if they are alive and if the local population identifies with them, then they are also a great tool for implementation. An excellent example is Istra Inspirit, which tells stories about Istrian legends. But, as it happens in Croatia, we are constantly talking about potentials, and unfortunately little about the resources that are in the service of tourism. Bepo naljepnica kao potvrda kvalitete, od smještaja do raznih proizvoda. Organsko proizvedeno jaje, salata, sladoled bez glutena i šećera, plaže za djecu…nastavite niz…a sve s potvrdom kvalitete koju nosi naljepnica Bepo. However, although we are still revolving around great potentials in Kaštela, one Kastela woman, Nataša Jukić, saw her opportunity for interpretation and told a new great story in a different way. Of course, everything is connected to the seven castles, the storytelling concept, tourism, history, heritage, culture, all beautifully packaged and woven from local stories. Projekt se širi kroz razne ekstenzije, a definitivno može postati i određena oznaka kvalitete za smještaj obitelji s djecom. Great foundation for tourism, storytelling and branding, right? 7 places, 7 castles, 7 stories, all of which make up one rounded story about the town of Kastela. Riječ je o proizvodu koji je za početak rađen kao dječja slikovnica o Kaštelima prema tekstu spisateljice Nataše Jukić za koji je ilustracije radila umjetnica Dona Tomić. S vremenom su se nove ideje rađale, pa je slikovnica dorađivana i prevedena na engleski jezik te je tako nastao odličan turistički proizvod, priča i suvenir.
Residents in parts of West Donegal have been without water in recent days – and some homes have not had water since Saturday.The community of Mín Doire Dhamh in Gaoth Dobhair has been struggling without water for the past three days.Doire Chonaire, Machaire Rabhartaigh and Glaise Chú have also been affected by outages. One Montessori in Machaire Rabhartaigh did not get their supplies restored until this morning.Irish Water crews have been working on the burst water main in Mín Doire Dhamh today and expect to have supplies restored by 2pm.Local Councillor Michael Cholm MacGiolla Easpuig said he has called for an emergency meeting with Irish Water on the issue.“Irish Water refuse to meet on request,” Cllr Mac Giolla Easpuig said. “These issues are a clear indication of the failure of the previous governments to invest into water infrastructure. Especially at the time of the so-called Celtic Tiger, when there was a surplus of money, they were ignorant to the needs of the infrastructure, or they actually didn’t care. “What needs to happen now is huge investment needs to be made into water infrastructure.“In the best interests of the community, the State needs to return the water service so the Council can deliver,” he said. West Donegal residents hit by lengthy water outages was last modified: August 27th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
In 72 hours College of the Redwoods men’s basketball has matched its win total from the previous two seasons, combined.Thomas Nelson hit four 3-pointers in the first-quarter and finished with five and 36 points, leading Redwoods to a 75-66 win over Monterey Peninsula College Saturday morning on the final day of the San Jose Tipoff tournament in San Jose.Nelson scored 23 of his 36 points in the first-half, 18 of them coming in the first-quarter.“We knew as soon as he woke up that (Nelson) was …
Most, like the white mischiefgirls, don’t seem to mind.Last year, Indian Premier League (IPL) parties were big, glitzy, open house affairs where film stars danced with cricketers and cheerleaders. IPL after-parties, titled IPL Nights, were broadcast on TV and the media was invited. Mehr Jessia Rampal organised fashion shows organised, top-flight players put,Most, like the white mischiefgirls, don’t seem to mind.Last year, Indian Premier League (IPL) parties were big, glitzy, open house affairs where film stars danced with cricketers and cheerleaders. IPL after-parties, titled IPL Nights, were broadcast on TV and the media was invited. Mehr Jessia Rampal organised fashion shows organised, top-flight players put in an appearance and the then IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi preened. It’s another story that last year’s dos were blamed for the poor performance of several cricketers. So much so that when Chirayu Amin took charge of the IPL after Modi’s exit, the first thing he objected to was the ‘specially ticketed event’ leading to a ban on after-parties.In IPL Season 4, the parties have been banned-not for cricketers or the sponsors, but for the media. And for cheerleaders as well, ever since Gabriella Pasqualotto, 22, blew the whistle on the seamier side of the game, describing cheerleaders as “walking porn” and certain cricketers as “naughty”. Most top Indian cricketers now take the party elsewhere, smoking and drinking discreetly behind closed doors-away from the prying eyes of the fans and fanfare. The foreign players hang around disconsolately.Take the IPL party after the Bangalore match, where Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) beat Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) on May 13. It was the day after Pasquolotto had been sent off to Johannesburg, South Africa, for writing an all-too-frank blog. There were no young girls in hot pants. Cricketers Virat Kohli, Abhimanyu Mithun, Brett Lee, Jacques Kallis and Mark Boucher walked in a good three hours after the match and stuck together. Tilakaratne Dilshan and Chris Gayle didn’t dance with the girls as they did after the win on May 8.advertisementGabriella Pasqualotto has described cheerleaders asAnd it’s all thanks to “Gabby”, aka Pasquolotto, who is now fielding offers of a Bollywood movie and an Indian reality TV show. “We’re as good as grounded. Like little schoolchildren,” says a cheerleader referring to her former teammate from Mumbai Indians. In Bangalore, the girls missing from the party were the White Mischief cheerleaders, named after the vodka brand that belongs to Vijay Mallya’s United Spirits Limited. “We are in a country where we don’t know anyone. Why would we not want to go to a party and have some fun? What Gabby did was very unprofessional,” says a cheerleader for Mumbai Indians.”We do have people to look after us, but that doesn’t mean the odd sponsor won’t paw us at a party. All this ogling in public can be unsettling, but you get used to it after a bit,” says a cheerleader from Kings XI Punjab. IPL has sourced most of its cheerleaders from South Africa, thanks to their familiarity with cricket. “We all love cricket and that’s one of the reasons we were chosen,” says Denise Schoeman, 24, a White Mischief girl. Schoeman is a beauty pageant winner back home and this is her second season with IPL. Cheerleaders are reportedly paid 8,000 rand (Rs 52,000) a month.What about the ogling by the Indian spectators? “We have received so much warmth. We go shopping and buy saris, or go out for a meal, escorted of course, and I cannot tell you how much fun we have. We have absolutely no cause for complaint,” says Schoeman.Neither does Pasqualotto, who will return to India to attend the inaugural Formula 1 event in October. “My agent will talk later,” she said in an e-mail to India Today. “I cannot divulge details,” Amanda, her mother, said when asked if Pasqualotto had already landed film role. Who knows, she just might make it to the IPL Season 5 after-party as a star guest.
Laurie Hamelin APTN National NewsNext month the federal government will have to decide if the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline gets the go-ahead to expand or not.At the moment, the pipeline that runs from Alberta to Vancouver, carries about 300,000 barrels of oil a day.The proposal to expand the pipeline sparked a number of protests in British Columbia.And in Vancouver, thousands of people marched through the city’s downtown to continue to voice their opposition to the [email protected]
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Georgetown, Guyana June 7, 2017 – The Caribbean Community (Caricom) has reaffirmed its support of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change following the US decision to withdraw from the accord. US President Donald Trump announced the withdrawal last Thursday saying that a renegotiation of terms was in the works. The US is one of only three countries not to sign the agreement which seeks to reduce greenhouse gas emissions globally. The decision is unpopular both within and outside of the US. Individual US states are working to comply with the accord outside of the federal government.In a statement, Caricom Chairman and Guyana President David Granger said although Caricom was disappointed by the withdrawal, the region remained encouraged by the many nations who have signed the agreement. “The need for global action to combat this phenomenon is past urgent…Our own commitment will never waiver. Our existence is at stake,” he said. Granger added that Climate Change is an “existential threat” to the Caribbean which is made up of Small Island and Low-Lying Development States or SIDS. He also noted that the Paris Agreement on Climate Change was “more than just another international agreement on another complex international issue.” According to Granger, “it reflects the acknowledgment and acceptance that climate change is a global issue requiring global solutions.”Individual nation states have also denounced the decision. The Bahamas Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the withdrawal was a cause for concern and pledged to continue working towards ending Climate Change.#MagneticMediaNews#ParisAgreement #ClimateChange Bahamas to take 15-member delegation to CARICOM meeting set in Mo’Bay, Jamaica Recommended for you CARICOM Inter-Sessional Meeting discussions conclude on high note Related Items:#magneticmedianews, CARICOM, climate change, donald trump, Paris Agreement Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp UN SG is Special Guest at Opening Ceremony for CARICOM Heads Meeting Wednesday