As any Dave Matthews Band fan will tell you, the band’s September 24th, 2003 performance on the Great Lawn in New York’s Central Park will go down in DMB lore as one of the band’s benchmark moments. The concert, which benefited music programs in New York City schools, was recorded and released as a live album, The Central Park Concert, and then as a live DVD. Today, for the first time ever, it can be watched on the band’s YouTube channel for free.Joined by 85,000 strong, the Central Park concert features some of the strongest material out of the DMB cannon, including a crushing “Don’t Drink The Water” opener, the classic combo of “Dancing Nancies” > “Warehouse” as well as an explosive, set-closing cover of Bob Dylan‘s “All Along The Watchtower”. Matthews & Co. were also joined by a very special guest, Warren Haynes, who sat in on Neil Young’s “Cortez The Killer” (a rare cover at the time) as well as DMB’s “Jimi Thing.”Watch and listen to Dave Matthews Band’s The Central Park Concert in its entirety here.Setlist: Dave Matthews Band | Central Park | New York, NY | 9/24/03Don’t Drink The Water, So Much To Say > Anyone Seen The Bridge > Too Much, Granny, Crush, When The World Ends, Dancing Nancies > Warehouse, Ants Marching, Rhyme & Reason, Two Step, Help Myself, Cortez The Killer*, Jimi Thing*, What Would You Say, Where Are You Going, The Star-Spangled Banner > All Along The WatchtowerEncore: Grey Street, What You Are, Stay (Wasting Time)* = w/ Warren Haynes
Written and directed by J. C. Chandor (Margin Call, All Is Lost), A Most Violent Year is set in New York City in 1981, statistically one of the city’s most violent years, and follows a struggling immigrant family that collides with the city’s underbelly. Richardson will play one of the daughters of Jessica Chastain (Zero Dark Thirty) and Oscar Isaac (Inside Llewyn Davis). Albert Brooks, David Oyelowo (Lee Daniels’ The Butler), Catalina Sandino Moreno and Christopher Abbott (Girls) are also featured in the film. Looks like the role of little orphan Annie has become the new launching pad to Hollywood! Following in the footsteps of Lilla Crawford, who plays Little Red Ridinghood in the upcoming Into the Woods film, successor Taylor Richardson has landed a role in the now-filming drama A Most Violent Year. Richardson opened in the 2012 Broadway revival of Annie in the role of Duffy. After play that feisty orphan for almost nine months, she began sharing the lead role with co-star Sadie Sink on July 30, 2013 and eventually took it over completely prior to Annie’s closing earlier this month. Like Into the Woods, A Most Violent Year is expected in theaters before the end of 2014 for award season contention. Go Annies! Check out our fun video interview with Richardson from 2012! View Comments
Amanda Wilbanks, owner of Gainseville’s Southern Baked Pie Company, baked her way to the grand prize with her caramel pecan pie in the University of Georgia’s 2016 Flavor of Georgia Contest. The annual contest, conducted by the UGA Center for Agribusiness and Economic Development, is a chance for food businesses to showcase their new products. A team of food industry experts and grocery buyers chose Wilbanks’ caramel pecan pie as the best of 33 finalists. They rated the products on qualities including innovation, use of Georgia theme, market potential and flavor. In addition to the grand prize, Wilbanks also won first place in the confections category. Governor Nathan Deal, Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black and UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Dean and Director Sam Pardue congratulated the category and grand prizewinners as part of Georgia Agriculture Awareness Day at the Georgia Freight Depot in Atlanta. “We had over 100 products submitted this year and some of the toughest competition we’ve seen in the contest’s 10 year history,” said Sharon P. Kane, Flavor of Georgia contest coordinator. “The 33 products represented are truly the best of the best.” For more information about Southern Baked Pie Company, formerly known as Buttermilk Pie Company, visit www.buttermilkpieco.com.The winners are listed below by prize name, product name, company name, company representatives and town. Grand Prize Winner and Confections: Southern Baked Pie Company (formerly Buttermilk Pie Company, Caramel Pecan Pie, Amanda Wilbanks, Gainesville People’s Choice Award: Carroll’s Sausage and Meats, Medium Smoke Link Sausage, Johnny Walker, Ashburn Barbecue Sauces: Joe Kem’s BBQ, Joe Kem’s Barbecue Sauce, Joe Kem Lacey, MoultrieBeverages: Paulk’s Pride 100 percent White Muscadine Juice, Muscadine Products Corporation, Erin Boettger, WrayDairy Products: Revolution Gelato, Nekkid Espresso Dairy-Free Gelato, Revolution Gelato, Jared Olkin, Atlanta Honey: Bruce’s Nut N Honey Farm/The Honey Shack, Papa’s Private Selection Honey 100 percent Pure, Raw, Unfiltered; Ben Bruce, Homerville Jams and Jellies: Wisham Jellies, Wild Mayhaw Pepper Jelly, Eric Wisham, Tifton Marinades, Sauces and Rubs: The Salt Table, Leek, Chive and Onion Dip and Seasoning Blend, David and Carol Legasse, SavannahMeat and Seafood: Hunter Cattle Company, Hot Georgia Night Sausage, Del Ferguson, BrookletMiscellaneous: Beautiful Briny Sea, Pocketful of Starlight Vanilla Sugar, AtlantaSalsas, Chutneys and Condiments: Abby J’s Gourmet, Abby J’s Blackhawk Field to Fork Sweet Fire Pickles, Abby Jackson, ClarkesvilleSnack Foods: Marsh Cabin Bakery, Kim’s Cheese Straws—Pecan Cheddar, Kim Kaiser, Statesboro Showcase events like the 2016 Flavor of Georgia competition help entrepreneurs spread the word about their products. Many participants have landed spots in regional and national grocery chains like Whole Foods, Ingles, Fresh Market, Earth Fare, Kroger and Harvey’s. Category winners received an award and membership in the state Department of Agriculture’s Georgia Grown program, statewide notoriety and bragging rights. All winners and finalists earn the right to have their products stamped with the 2016 Flavor of Georgia logo. They also gain exposure to grocery buyers and food industry professionals who judge the final round of the contest. The Flavor of Georgia food product contest is sponsored by the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Center for Agribusiness and Economic Development in partnership with Gourmet Foods International, Georgia Center of Innovation for Agribusiness, the Office of the Governor, Walton EMC, the Georgia Department of Agriculture and the Georgia Agribusiness Council. More information about this year’s contest can be found at flavorofga.com or by following @Flavor_of_GA on Twitter. For photos of the event, visit www.flickr.com/photos/ugacommunications/albums/72157663387726954.
7SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr by: Jeff FalkWhen it comes to understanding and using reloadable prepaid cards, Millennials lead the way.A recent survey polled more than 1,300 American consumers — including some who currently use reloadable prepaid cards and some who don’t — to gain insight into consumers’ attitudes toward and experiences with the cards.Twenty-five percent of consumers polled either currently use or have used a reloadable prepaid card in the past two to three years. Interestingly, among Millennials (ages 18-34), this proportion jumps to 33 percent. continue reading »
ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » Advances in digital marketing have opened up many avenues for engaging with credit union members. The multitude of channels at your disposal today necessitates formulating an effective content and communication strategy for interacting with existing credit union members and for attracting potential members to your website.Strong digital member engagement strategies foster brand growth and loyalty. Credit unions that focus on facilitating member engagement are committed to real value creation, whether through an exceptional end-to-end service experience, great content or strong member support beyond the traditional sell.So how do you engage with your target audience, give them the information they are looking for and make them aware of the opportunities you have to offer?Start by outlining the goals.Before tackling the question of how to engage with members, it is imperative to define what engagement actually means and how to quantify it.
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, the energy ministry expected four new smelters to start operations this year.However, only two smelters – a ferronickel smelter and lead bullion smelter – are slated for completion in 2020, energy ministry mineral director Yunus Saefulhak told The Jakarta Post on Wednesday.The remaining two smelters – a nickel pig iron (NPI) smelter and a ferromanganese smelter – have had their expected operational dates pushed back to 2021 from 2020.“We have to be realistic. We will help those facilities that proceed with their development,” he said, adding that his office continued to find investors and electricity suppliers, among other things, for the delayed smelter projects. Investment in the mining industry is expected to fall short by US$4.74 billion this year, 40 percent of the initial target, as a result of delays in several smelter projects, the Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) Ministry has said.Lockdowns at various levels applied in many countries around the world to contain the spread of COVID-19 have disrupted material and labor supplies for the projects, adding more issues to developers’ financial problems, said the ministry’s coal director, Sujatmiko.“Smelter construction will only resume in July 2020,” he said during a webinar hosted by Cerah Foundation on Tuesday. Topics : The pandemic-led investment shortfalls have added further delays to Indonesia’s ambitious smelter-development plan, which is part of a larger plan to transform the mineral-rich country from a commodity-driven economy to an industrial economy.Among the bigger smelter projects facing delays are those being developed by state-owned mining holding company MIND ID, officially PT Indonesia Asahan Aluminium (Inalum), and its subsidiaries.“Our partners cannot operate [normally] so that automatically means there will be delays whether we like it or not,” said MIND ID president director Orias Petrus Moerdak on Tuesday.Some of the projects are expected to fully resume in October, added Orias, who was speaking before House of Representatives lawmakers in Jakarta. Meanwhile, the other projects resumed early work this month.MIND ID subsidiary PT Aneka Tambang (Antam), a diversified miner, has put on hold a 98 percent complete $289 million ferronickel smelter in East Halmahera, Maluku, because of a lack of electricity.Antam president director Dana Amin said the miner initially enlisted private consortium BGP to develop a power plant for the smelter but ended the deal because of “financial problems”.“There was a lack of risk management,” he said.Meanwhile, fellow subsidiary PT Timah, a tin miner, has brought in construction equipment to the site of its $80 million tin smelter in West Bangka, Bangka Belitung province.“They are still waiting for an opportunity for the contractors to enter Bangka,” said Orias, adding that developers were focused on designing the facility in the meantime.PT Freeport Indonesia, a gold and copper miner, has requested a one-year delay in the completion deadline of its $3 billion smelter in Gresik, East Java, to 2023.
The postponement of the Games has caused major logistical problems and extra expense for organizers.As a result, organizers have been forced to identify a raft of cost-cutting measures, that will include smaller vehicle convoys for the torch relay and a simpler launch event.The postponed Games are scheduled to open in Tokyo on July 23, 2021. The relay will now start on March 25, 2021, beginning in the Fukushima region hit by nuclear disaster after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami.The relay, which will see the flame travel to all 47 prefectures of Japan, is being organized under the slogan “Hope Lights Our Way” and was intended to highlight reconstruction in areas devastated by the 2011 disaster.”In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, it will additionally symbolize the light at the end of the dark tunnel; a beacon of hope for the world in the run-up to the Tokyo 2020 Games, themselves a symbol of the resilience, the unity and the solidarity of humankind,” organizers said in a statement.The route and the schedule for the relay will remain the same “in principle,” though the statement noted that the route and celebration venues “may be reviewed in light of the COVID-19 situation.” The Tokyo 2020 torch relay, which was put on hold when the Olympics were delayed over the coronavirus, will start next March from Japan’s Fukushima region, organizers said Monday.The Olympic flame had already arrived in Japan from Greece and the relay was days from beginning earlier this year when organizers and Olympic officials took the historic decision to postpone the Games by 12 months.The flame is currently on display in Tokyo. Topics :
Advertisement Jose Mourinho’s entourage urge him to choose Arsenal over Real Madrid Metro Sport ReporterSunday 3 Nov 2019 2:00 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.2kShares Mourinho is ready to return to management (Picture: Getty)Mourinho, for his part, feels he has unfinished business in England following the manner of his departure from Old Trafford and is open to taking charge at Arsenal.AdvertisementAdvertisementHowever, the 56-year-old will not rush into any decision and has long felt a return to Real Madrid was on the cards.Mourinho retains a strong relationship with president Florentino Perez and the pressure on Zinedine Zidane’s position is growing after a difficult start to the season.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalBut according to the Times, Mourinho’s entourage believe Arsenal would represent the better choice should the Special One be faced with a direct decision between the two teams.The expectations at the club are not as high as they are in Madrid, while Mourinho would also be faced with winning round supporters that turned against him during his first stint in the Spanish capital between 2010 and 2013.There’s also a belief that Mourinho could eek out more from this Arsenal side than Emery currently is. The Portuguese was full of praise for the Gunners’ front three of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Alexandre Lacazette and Nicolas Pepe earlier this season during a punditry stint with SkySports. Jose Mourinho has been advised to join Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Those closest to Jose Mourinho have encouraged the Portuguese coach to opt for Arsenal instead of Real Madrid as he eyes a route back into management.Reports this weekend claim Mourinho held talks with the Arsenal heirachy over the possibility of replacing Unai Emery at the Emirates.Raul Sanllehi is said to have dined with Mourinho last week to ascertain his thoughts on Arsenal’s squad and what his plans would be for the Gunners.Mourinho’s previous relationship with Mesut Ozil and his public praise of record signing Nicolas Pepe are both said to be pivotal elements of the Gunners’ desire to hire the former Manchester United coach, while they also want a manager with a better grasp of English than Emery.ADVERTISEMENT Mourinho has praised Arsenal’s front three (Picture: Getty)‘I think they are very good players and normally they should be on the pitch all three together,’ said Mourinho.‘I think Aubameyang probably he likes to play in the middle because he feels if he’s in the middle he can score more goals. But maybe he can score as many goals playing on the left. What happens at Liverpool is [Roberto] Firmino drops back, drops in between the lines, and then he gives more space for [Mohamed] Salah and [Sadio] Mane to attack these diagonals. I would see Aubameyang playing on that left side of Liverpool and scoring a lot of goals.‘At Arsenal, Lacazette doesn’t have that quality, but they have two options. One is to play, instead of like today with three midfield players almost in a straight line, to play how they played in the last 10 or 20 minutes with two [sitting midfielders] and one No.10 that can feed the three without bringing Lacazette in between the lines’.MORE: Paul Pogba reacts to Manchester United’s defeat to Bournemouth Advertisement Comment
Share Share 19 Views no discussions InternationalNewsPrintRegional Venezuelan Youth Symphony Orchestra donates $38,000 to UN fund against torture by: – October 10, 2011 Share Venezuela will donate US 38,000 dollars to the United Nations Voluntary Fund for Victims of Torture. This amount was collected during a concert performed by the Simon Bolivar Youth Symphony Orchestra in Geneva, Switzerland, on the occasion of the UN Universal Periodic Review of human rights, Venezuela is participating in this review next October 07. Venezuelan Foreign Minister, Nicolás Maduro, thanked to all those who made possible the particpation on the Venezuelan orchestra in the concert labeled “Let’s have a more human humankind”, performed on the current Tuesday 04 and Wednesday 05 in Geneva.“We believe in the construction of a human homeland, in the construction of a great Latin American homeland. Thus, we bring you a little bit of the deepest love and the sensibility of our people, through our youth” said Maduro.Press ReleaseEmbassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in the Commonwealth of Dominica Sharing is caring! Tweet
The Batesville Lady Bulldogs traveled to Greenfield Central to take on the Cougars Friday night. Batesville held strong through 3 innings with an exceptionally power hitting Cougar team, but let down in the fourth with 4 errors finally conceding with a 13-2 loss.Highlights for the Bulldogs were Kylie Paul hitting 2-2 with a single and a triple, Madeline Cook 1-1, Kelsey Huffner 1-2, and Sarah Meyer 1-2.The Bulldogs drop to 3-7, 2-4 in conference play. They will host Connersville on Tuesday.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Todd Reed.