Zac Brown Band Tributes Walter Becker With Steely Dan Cover In Pennsylvania [Video]

first_imgZac Brown Band performed at Pennsylvania’s Hersheypark Stadium on Sunday night. Just hours after news broke that Walter Becker had passed away, Brown and his band took the opportunity to pay tribute to the Steely Dan guitarist and co-founder with a performance of one of their greatest hits. After a few words of acknowledgement, Zac Brown Band impressively dug into a brief, harmony-centric version of “Reelin’ in the Years” that highlighted the song’s inimitable guitar riff. It was the first time the band played the Steely Dan classic. The tribute launched into the band’s original “Sweet Annie.”The Zac Brown Band set also included covers of Kings of Leon, Travis Tritt, the Allman Brothers Band, Brandi Carlile, Guns N’ Roses, John Prine, and Metallica. Special guest Caroline Jones also joined the band for “Tomorrow Never Comes.”Watch Zac Brown Band cover Steely Dan’s “Reelin’ in the Years” below, courtesy of Jim Powers.Listen to the original “Reelin’ in the Years” below:Setlist: Zac Brown Band | Hersheypark Stadium | Pennsylvania, PA | 9/3/17Keep Me In Mind, Homegrown, Use Somebody (Kings of Leon), As She’s Walking Away, Family Table, It’s a Great Day To Be Alive (Travis Tritt), Real Thing, Loving You Easy, Tomorrow Never Comes w/ Caroline Jones, Whipping Post (Allman Brothers), Beautiful Drug, Reelin in the Years (Steely Dan), Sweet Annie, Day That I Die, Toes, The Eye (Brandi Carlile), Start Over, Colder Weather, Paradise City (Guns N’ Roses), Chicken FriedE:All The Best (John Prine), Guitar Battle, Enter Sandman (Metallica)last_img read more

Explore the Best Urban Trails in the Country

first_imgEvent Information About Blue Sky Fund Blue Sky Fund leads school-based, after-school, weekend, and summer programs. Elementary school students can explore the great outdoors through the Explorers program, which helps students engage in their core science requirements through hands-on, field trip experiences in nature. Outdoor Adventure Clubs for middle school students builds character as students are immersed in outdoor activities such as rock climbing, hiking, backpacking, canoeing, kayaking, and camping. Through the organization’s Outdoor Leadership Institute, a diverse set of high school students bond together to meet the challenges of a week-long wilderness trip and year-round community service opportunities as a team. Think back to your last outdoor adventure, and the mind-blowing wonder you experienced in exploring a new environment. Many young people growing up in Richmond’s public housing neighborhoods have not ever experienced the magic of the James River, though they live just a mile or two away. We believe that the outdoors should be a part of every child’s life. By participating in the 2019 Dominion Energy Hike For Kids, you have the power to help connect thousands of inner city kids with the transformational power of nature. As you challenge yourself to a 3-, 8- or 14-mile loop around the river, know that with each step you’re paying it forward. In true peak-bagging fashion, toast the end of your hike with an exclusive Väsen Brewing Company brew that kicks back proceeds to getting Blue Sky Fund kids outside. The Dominion Energy Hike For Kids is made possible by community sponsors, including  Dominion Energy, Capital One, Genworth Financial, the Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU, One Digital, Outdoor Access, Riverside Outfitters, and Väsen Brewing Company. Register for eventCheck out trail maps:3.6 Mile Family Hike8.3 Mile Hike14.2 Mile HikeDonate to eventcenter_img Blue Sky Fund makes it possible for kids living in Richmond’s high poverty neighborhoods to experience the joys of our natural world. With both in-school and after-school programming starting in elementary school all the way through high school, Blue Sky Fund provides transformative experiences in nature to over 3,000 students each year. All of the proceeds from the Dominion Energy Hike For Kids directly supports this outdoor education programming for Richmond’s urban youth. © Photography Bridget Williams Calling all outdoor lovers, adventure seekers, and do-gooders! What if your outdoor adventures could also make a BIG impact on a kid’s life? We know you love to hit the open road in search of your next epic adventure to enjoy all that the Great Outdoors has to offer. What if we told you that some of the best trails can be found right in your own backyard? On October 26th, hundreds of hikers will join forces with Blue Sky Fund for their annual Hike For Kids event in the heart of downtown Richmond, Virginia, to discover the beauty of the James River Park System while supporting inner city kids accessing and learning in the outdoors. Within steps of the concrete jungle of downtown, hikers will be treated to scenes of River City’s natural heartbeat: rushing whitewater rapids, winding wooden trails, and ospreys flying overhead.last_img read more

Multinational Exercise PANAMAX 2011 Begins Next Week

first_img More than 3,500 civil and military personnel from 17 countries will participate in PANAMAX 2011, a 12-day multinational exercise focused on ensuring the security of the Panama Canal, beginning on 16 August. PANAMAX 2011 is one of the largest multinational training exercises in the world and will take place off the coasts of Panama and locations in the United States from 16 – 26 August with participation from Argentina, Belize, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, United States, the United Nations and NATO. Approximately 22 vessels and several aircraft will take part in the exercise. Participants are focusing on a variety of responses to any request from the Government of Panama to protect and guarantee safe passage of traffic through the Panama Canal, ensure its neutrality, and respect national sovereignty. Additional goals for PANAMAX 2011 include developing and testing command and control of forces at sea. Training during this exercise will insert participants into the spectrum of maritime, air, land, space, and cyber operations. Specifically, PANAMAX 2011 will include scenarios addressing visit, board, search and seizure (VBSS), entry control Point training, littoral operations, open water diving operations, counter drug interdictions and simulated riverine operations. PANAMAX began in 2003 with the sole participation of Panama, Chile and the United States, but participation has greatly expanded every year By Dialogo August 12, 2011last_img read more

Closing the awareness gap and communicating the credit union difference

first_img“Credit unions are small and less secure than banks.” Credit unions do not have the federal insurance that banks do, which has caused misconceptions among consumers about credit unions for some time. Deposits with credit unions are insured by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), which offers the same type of coverage that banks have. Credit unions are held to the same regulations as banks and often times face more restrictions on their investments and loans. “Credit unions are primarily for people in need.” Contrary to this belief, anyone can join a credit union. As mentioned above, each credit union has a commonality between its members. However, this does not mean that members have to be in need of financial, medical or professional support. Through education and awareness, the goal is to help debunk misconceptions about credit unions for non-credit union members and to shed light on the truth about the credit union difference. Credit unions can take part in the effort to “close the gap” through every interaction with members and non-members alike.The entire webinar was recorded and is available for viewing by all registered subscribers of Engagement Builder at engage.pscu.com. One-third of all U.S. citizens are currently members of a credit union. However, most have little to no idea what a credit union actually is and cannot correctly articulate how a credit union differs from a bank. For non-members, the lack of awareness is more acute.CUNA recently launched a Consumer Awareness Initiative to conduct nationwide research and help the industry create top of mind consumer awareness of and belief in credit unions as the best option in financial services. Myles Bristowe, vice president of marketing strategy and leader of Engagement Builder for PSCU, was invited to sit on the Consumer Awareness Advisory Group made up of a diverse cross-section of marketing leaders from various sectors of the credit union system.  The findings from the consumer research revealed a number of surprises and glaring inconsistencies in the way credit unions have been positioning themselves. These findings undoubtedly contribute to the sub-10 percent market share numbers credit unions are working to improve, despite having over 110 million U.S. members.On March 8, 2017, the Engagement Builder team hosted a webinar to share the provocative findings of the research with special guest speakers, Douglas Kiker, chief strategic communications officer for CUNA, and Graeme Trayner, vice president of the Brands and Communications practice at Greenberg, Quinlan and Rosner. Over 400 credit union leaders and marketers participate in the webinar.The research findings shared during the webinar revealed that credit unions are widely trusted by consumers and are best known for good rates, especially on car loans. However, there are several “myths” that consumers believe about credit unions:“I am not eligible to join a credit union.” The biggest difference between banks and credit unions is that a credit union serves a specific group of people or community. Criteria can include where someone lives, their profession, college affiliation or religious beliefs. With so many credit unions available today, non-members need to understand that eligibility guidelines are much broader than they might think. Consumers should conduct their own research to find a credit union that would be the best fit for their needs. center_img “Credit unions have limited ATMs and branches, which translates into limited access to money.” Credit unions are cooperative in nature, meaning they work together to provide the best options for all members. Credit union members have access to shared banking networks without incurring fees and can utilize sister credit unions to perform banking activities at other locations. The options are not limited, just simply different from those offered by a traditional bank. 158SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Duane Hogg Duane Hogg is a digital strategist and credit union storyteller, creating content that compels Millennials to not only think but also act. In addition to content marketing for the Make … Web: www.pscu.com Detailslast_img read more

The future of Croatian tourist destinations is based on sustainable development and promotional activities

first_imgThis year’s Days of Croatian Tourism, which are held on Mali Lošinj this year, bring together more than 1.300 participants, mostly tourism workers and workers from related industries who participate in a series of thematic lectures, workshops and round tables.Certainly the gathering that aroused the greatest interest on the second day of this tourist event was the one on the development of Croatian tourism, which brought together representatives of the Government of the Republic of Croatia and tourist workers. Conceived as an interactive discussion between government representatives and tourism workers, this meeting answered a number of questions, including the most current ones; where there are a number of record seasons, what is the limit of sustainability and the limit of tourists that can receive certain parts of our coast, how to get closer to elite tourism and with an equal number of arrivals to generate higher revenues, how to extend the three months of the season to the whole year to be interested in the interior of the country, where to find a skilled workforce and how to activate Croatian capital.The round table was moderated by TV and radio host Mislav Togonal, and in addition to Minister Cappelli, the round table was attended by Minister of Regional Development and EU Funds Gabrijela Žalac, State Secretary at the Ministry of State Property Tomislav Boban, State Secretary at the Ministry of the Sea, Transport and infrastructure Maja Markovčić Kostelac, State Secretary of the Ministry of Labor and Pension System Katarina Ivanković Knežević and Deputy Director of the Tax Administration Marijana Vuraić Kudeljan. The meeting emphasized the importance of the joint connection of the mentioned ministries and announced some joint projects that will be followed by changes in the accompanying legal frameworks related to the law on tourist land, the law on providing services in tourism and the law on concessions. The main challenges facing tourism today are the lack of adequate workforce, the need to strengthen continental and health tourism, expansion throughout the year and unresolved ownership of existing brownfield facilities. As channels for solving these challenges, legal changes have been announced, the establishment of regional centers of competence aimed at educating the workforce and new Job Days to be organized early next year with the aim of connecting the workforce.The work program of the second day of the Croatian Tourism Day also gave rise to guidelines for the implementation of Croatian tourism, which according to experts gathered at this tourist event must be based on sustainable development and management and building a strong brand identity and its promotion on the market. Croatia is one of the recognizable tourist destinations in the world, and how much space there is for improvement and even better promotion on the global market was discussed at the round table “Tourist destinations – management, marketing and branding”. How close it is or how far the Croatian tourist brand stands out from neighboring Slovenia or the tourist superpower of Great Britain was discussed by the participants of this round table; Director for Strategies and Communications of the British National Tourism Organization Visit Britain Patricia Yates, Director for Strategic Projects and Communication in the Office of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Great Britain Campaign Representative Daniel Walpole, Director of the National Tourism Organization of Slovenia, Maja Pak Director of the Austrian Tourism Office Lech-Zürs, Hermann Fercher and the director of the Croatian National Tourist Board, Kristjan Staničić.Thus, Patricia Yates emphasized the importance of understanding the needs of tourists, ie their demand, and on the basis of which it is necessary to create a tourist offer and quality promotion of the same. Maja Pak presented a new strategy for the development of Slovenian tourism, within which, in terms of marketing, four macro regions and 34 top destinations have been defined, while the importance of the brand’s strength was especially emphasized by Hermann Fercher. Director of the CNTB Head Office Kristjan Staničić announced a new package of laws that will provide the system of tourist boards with new frameworks of action with emphasis on activities related to strengthening the national tourist brand, but also on the activities of destination management organizations. At the end of the discussion, the presentation was given by Daniel Walpole, who introduced the audience to the Great Britain campaign, which he said has the main goal of generally increasing the prosperity of the United Kingdom and which will be implemented in 144 markets in the coming years.Sustainable tourism is necessary for the sustainable development of the destination. That is why the lecture on sustainable tourism from the Hrvoje Carić Institute for Tourism attracted the interest of representatives of the tourism industry. The record tourist results that have been following Croatian tourism since the beginning of the year, in addition to increasing the number of arrivals and overnight stays of visitors and higher incomes, also bring challenges that are important to deal with according to the principles of sustainable development.The impact of tourism on the natural heritage, the ratio of the number of inhabitants in tourist destinations and the extremely large number of tourists who visit the destination, especially during the summer months, are challenges faced by many tourist destinations around the world. destination management was highlighted in the lecture. Related news:TOURIST AWARDS AWARDED FOR THE TEN BEST AT THE DAYS OF CROATIAN TOURISMTOURIST AWARDS AWARDED WITHIN THE CROATIAN TOURISM DAYlast_img read more

Tonight, the opening ceremony of the 53rd Vinkovci Autumns

first_imgTonight at 20 pm, the Opening Ceremony of the 53rd Vinkovci Autumns begins.On the stage in the center of the city, see A Handful of Truth, otherwise the theme of the opening for which the script is signed by Ana Cvenić. Cvenić found inspiration in the works of the famous Slavonian writer Mare Šverl Gamiršek, and the story itself studies the problems and life situations of Šokadija from the end of the 19th century through seven scenes.The topic is related to its most important literary period, which we classify as “shocking issues”, and it is related to the area between Županja and Morović. In the period between the two wars, Švelova first of all established herself as a distinct shocking writer, for whom documentary is the strongest decision. This is the time when the Military Border was abolished, the Šokac cooperatives disintegrated and foreigners came to Slavonia.In the meantime, there is no need to worry about it. ”The script will be based on the embodiment of the characters from the novels in the work Forest and Shocks.You can watch the opening ceremony of the 53rd Vinkovci Autumns on the main stage in the center of the city live from 20:00, but also on the live broadcast of HRT. Take a look at the entire rich program of the 53rd Vinkovci Autumns on the official ones websites.Solemn procession on SundayThe most beautiful part, the ceremonial parade and show of horse-drawn carriages is on Sunday, September 16, when we have 4.5 thousand participants in the streets of Vinkovci. This year there will be 76 folklore societies, 30 carriages, 20 riders, antecedents and everything that gives beauty to the event.* Portal HrTurizam.hr is a proud media sponsor of Vinkovci Autumns.last_img read more

PREMIUMTaxation bill allows government to ‘cut’ tech firms’ access

first_imgLog in with your social account Linkedin The government will be able to cut the internet access of foreign technology companies such as Netflix and Spotify, which are considered as having “significant presence and transactions”, if they do not pay local taxes, according to the omnibus bill on taxation.The sweeping bill will consider foreign e-commerce and digital companies with significant economic presence in the country, regardless of where they are based, as permanent establishments, and thus subject to local income and value-added tax (VAT).The “significant presence” will be determined by gross circulated product, sales and/or active users in Indonesia.The concept of significant economic presence falls under the first of two pillars in the OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework on BEPS (base erosion and profit shifting), which was developed by a working group that brings together more than 125 coun… Google Facebook Topics : Forgot Password ? LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here omnibus-bill taxation technology digital-economy finance-ministry Communications-and-Information-Ministry Netflix Spotify Google Facebooklast_img read more

City records 145 dengue cases with one death

first_img“We saw how difficult the situation was last year when there was a dengue outbreak. This year it could be doubly hard. We are already dealing with the coronavirus disease 2019,” said Treñas. * Jaro II – 25 with one death * Cover the holes around the house with soil or sand. The age range of the dengue patients were between one month old to 43 years old. The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, tiredness, and dry cough. * City Proper (Sto. Rosario) – 13 * City Proper (Tanza) – 10 The City Health Office bared the following breakdown of cases: ILOILO City – From Jan. 1 to May 16 this year this city recorded 145 dengue cases with one death – 74.2 percent lower than the 562 cases with five deaths reported in the same period last year. * Clean and replace the water in flower vases once a week. * Flip over empty bottles, jars, tin cans and other items that can collect water. Treñas stressed the importance of keeping the surroundings clean. The day-biting dengue mosquitoes Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus breed in clean, stagnant water. * Seek and consult with the nearest health facility if you already have fever for two days. * Bo. Obrero (Lapuz) – 10 On the other hand, COVID-19 is the infectious disease caused by the most recently discovered coronavirus. This new virus and disease were unknown before the outbreak began in Wuhan, China in December 2019. The mortality was recorded in February yet, Mayor Jerry Treñas said. Seek early consultation Dengue is a severe flu-like illness that could sometimes be fatal. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), individuals should suspect dengue when a high fever (40 degrees centigrade) is accompanied by two of the following symptoms: severe headache, pain behind the eyes, nausea / vomiting, swollen glands, muscle and joint pains, and rash. * La Paz – 18 The mayor is wary of a possible surge in dengue cases. * Molo – 24center_img Some patients may have aches and pains, nasal congestion, runny nose, sore throat or diarrhea. These symptoms are usually mild and begin gradually. Some people become infected but don’t develop any symptoms and don’t feel unwell. For severe dengue, the warning signs to look out for are: severe abdominal pain, persistent vomiting, rapid breathing, bleeding gums, blood in vomit, fatigue, and restlessness. * Arevalo – 18  The city government is campaigning for the 4S strategy to combat dengue. These are the following: Search and destroy Self-protection measures Two simultaneous disease outbreaks could strain hospitals, he stressed. * Remove or pierce old tires used as roof support, also those tires placed around the house that might hold water. * Fogging should only be done when there is an impending outbreak and during an outbreak./PN * Cover drums, pails, and other waste containers at all times. * Clean and remove water from dish racks and other household items that can hold water. * Use mosquito nets when sleeping at daytime. * Mandurriao – 15 * Use mosquito repellants to avoid mosquito bites. Say “yes” to fogging only during outbreaks * Jaro I – 12 People can catch COVID-19 from others who have the virus. The disease can spread from person to person through small droplets from the nose or mouth which are spread when a person with COVID-19 coughs or exhales. * Wear long sleeves or cloth that will protect your skin from mosquito bites. Most people recover from the disease without needing special treatment, according to WHO. However, older people, and those with underlying medical problems like high blood pressure, heart problems or diabetes, are more likely to develop serious illness.last_img read more

Tennessee Tech scorer Henderson transfers to Syracuse, team announces

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on June 20, 2014 at 12:21 pm Contact Sam: sblum@syr.edu | @SamBlum3 Diamond Henderson is transferring to Syracuse from Tennessee Tech, SU head coach Quentin Hillsman announced in a SU Athletics release on Friday. Henderson, a guard, averaged 19.7 points per game last season for the Golden Eagles, and was the team’s leading scorer by more than nine points per game. She has one year of eligibility remaining and can play immediately. “Diamond is a very explosive scorer and a tough defender with the ability to change a game on both ends of the floor,” SU head coach Quentin Hillsman said in the release. “Her skill set and experience at the Division I level will make her an immediate impact player this upcoming season.”Henderson also averaged 3.5 rebounds and 3.2 assists in 2013-14. She was named to the All-Ohio Valley Conference First Team after ranking third in the conference in scoring. With Brittney Sykes’ status still in question after tearing her ACL and meniscus in the team’s NCAA tournament first-round game, Henderson’s scoring ability will begin to fill the potential void. AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“I am honored and excited to be a part of the Syracuse family,” Henderson said in the release. “I am delighted to be able to contribute to the women’s basketball program while furthering my education at this prestigious university.” Commentslast_img read more

UW men’s hockey secures first win of season

first_imgThe Wisconsin men’s hockey team has had a lot of learning moments since the season began, but had not translated those lessons into a win before this weekend.However, a loss away from tying the worst start in program history, the Badgers (1-8-1 overall) finally overcame their slow start and knocked off Ferris State 5-3 Saturday night at the Kohl Center.Like the first nine games of the season, the series finale against the Bulldogs (7-7-1) featured its fair share of ups and downs and adversity for UW to battle through. After trailing twice in the first period-and-a-half and giving up a third period lead for the second night in-a-row, Wisconsin seized an opportunity five minutes and 29 seconds into the final period to take the lead for good.In the final seconds of a power play, UW’s Grant Besse entered the zone along the right wing boards. Besse had the puck swept off his stick, but Joseph LaBate retrieved it on the right goal line and backhanded a pass into the slot. Badgers’ freshman defenseman Jack Dougherty was the only one in the vicinity of the puck and blasted a slap shot over the left shoulder of Bulldogs goaltender CJ Motte for what ended up being the game-winning goal.“It was a really weird play, I saw a rolling puck and I figured I could somewhat put it where I wanted to,” Dougherty said of his goal. “I just let it go, and there was a guy kind of close so I figured I might as well put a little quick release on it, and it happened to go in.”Wisconsin dug itself an early hole in the game, allowing a goal just three minutes and 54 seconds into the opening frame. But as was the occasion throughout the contest, UW fought back and scored its inaugural first period goal of the season to tie the game at one a little more than eight minutes later courtesy of Besse, who had two goals in the game.As head coach Mike Eaves discussed after the game, Wisconsin benefited from winning smaller battles throughout the game.“The thing that our guys did is they built on little victories during the course of the game, and we kept building and we got stronger as the game went on,” Eaves said. “You could feel the energy on the bench increase as the game went along.”Wisconsin went into the second period with the score knotted at one, but again Ferris State struck back and took the lead at the 7:22 mark of the second. This time though, the Badgers answered the goal immediately with one of their own when freshman Corbin McGuire netted his first career goal on assists from Matt Ustaski and Jake Linhart just 37 seconds later.Wisconsin notched another goal with just one minute and 44 seconds left in the second to take the lead into the locker room going into the third period for the second consecutive night.However, the Bulldogs scored first in the final period just like they had done in the previous two to tie the score for the third time. But after that goal two minutes and nine seconds in, Wisconsin answered yet again with Dougherty’s goal three minutes later to gain the lead along with the highest scoring output of the season to date.Besse would seal the Badgers’ first win with an empty netter in the final two minutes, while UW goaltender Joel Rumpel tallied 30 saves to earn his 50th career victory.“You watch a lot of pro athletes that when they haven’t scored for a while and they get that goal, they reach back and drop the monkey off their back,” Eaves said. “We can do that collectively as a group tonight because of the win.”Despite not registering a win Friday night, the Badgers ended their season-opening losing streak at eight with a tie against the Bulldogs.Unlike Saturday night’s high scoring affair, the first game of the series featured a goaltending battle between Wisconsin’s Rumpel and Ferris State’s Motte.Wisconsin outshot the Bulldogs 8-7 in the opening frame, and Motte made several impressive saves, including one with the toe of his right pad to keep the game scoreless after the first 20 minutes.Then in the second, Ferris State took control of the game and had 11 shots on Rumpel, which included several quality scoring chances. Rumpel, a Hobey Baker award finalist a season ago, came up big for his team with saves on each of those 11 shots and had some big glove stops to keep up his end of the shutout.Wisconsin took the lead a little more than two minutes into the final period, but the Bulldogs seized control of the game for the remainder of regulation into overtime. The Badgers mustered just three more shots after their goal, and although Ferris State scored at 7:29 to tie the game at one, Rumpel came up huge to help the Badgers salvage the tie.After the series finale Saturday, Eaves assessed the senior netminder’s play over the two games.“It was good all weekend,” Eaves said. “You can just put an A+ for his efforts this weekend. He was there when we needed him. Again, Joel is going to cover up a lot of mistakes that we make in front of him and he did that a lot tonight for us. He was a big part of the equation in asserting the victory.”Not only did Rumpel stop the 17 shots between the third period and overtime to give the Badgers their first non-loss of the year, but he also stonewalled each of the Bulldogs’ three chances in the shootout to conclude one of his better performances of the season.With an all-around effort from Rumpel and what had been an anemic offense, UW finally got into the win column this weekend, hoping to build off the triumph and make another turnaround from a slow start to the season.“It’s been a long time coming,” forward Matt Paape said. “I know we’ve got a young team, but hats off to the young guys and the older guys for sticking through it, staying together, keep battling against each other each week in practice. It was definitely a good win for us, and it was nice to be able to earn it.”last_img read more