The movie itself, in addition to presenting the glory that is Tedeschi Trucks Band live in concert, will also contain behind-the-scenes footage from the band and interviews with Marc Maron and David Fricke. Clearly, we are not the only one’s excited about this new project, as David Fricke noted that Live From The Fox Oakland is “an authentic, widescreen group portrait . . . simply the truth of what happened, in all of its shared glory” within the liner notes.Live From The Fox Oakland is due out on March 17th. You can watch the band’s performance of Derek and the Dominos’ “Keep on Growing” from The Fox to get stoked on this upcoming live release.The full trailer for the release can also be watched below.Pre-order information can be found here, and the full tracklist and album artwork can be seen below.Live From The Fox Oakland Tracklist1. Don’t Know What It Means2. Keep On Growing3. Bird On The Wire4. Within You, Without You5. Just As Strange6. Crying Over You7. Color Of The Blues **Film only8. These Walls (featuring Alam Khan)9. Anyhow10. Right On Time **CD only11. Leavin’ Trunk12. Don’t Drift Away13. I Want More (Soul Sacrifice outro)14. I Pity The Fool15. Ali ** CD only16. Let Me Get By17. You Ain’t Going Nowhere **film only Tedeschi Trucks Band recently announced Live From The Fox Oakland, the film and audio were recorded on September 9th during the band’s two-night stand at The Fox Theater in Oakland, CA. Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi duo will be guest DJ’ing on SiriusXM’s Jam_On (channel 29) to preview this new release (due out March 17). The husband and wife duo will play through all 17 tracks, in addition to some of the music that has inspired theirs over the years. Hear their Live Album Jam weekend starting Friday 3/10 at 4 pm ET and through Sunday 3/12. More information here.This album has been in the works for a long time coming, as Derek Trucks had mentioned it on several occasions in interview conversations. Trucks explains in the new press release, “we’ve been wanting to properly document the progress of this band for a while and it really felt like we were hitting our stride and firing on all cylinders last fall.” Susan Tedeschi adds, “it was special capturing the live performance from Oakland. The audience was great and the band played with passion. I am thankful we captured the band at this moment in time.”
Today, Yonder Mountain String Band detailed the dates for their upcoming 2018 winter tour with special guests The Southern Belles. Yonder’s winter tour kicks off on January 10th at State Theatre in State College, Pennsylvania. Over the next four nights, the band will perform in Baltimore, Maryland; Carrboro, North Carolina; Asheville, North Carolina; and Knoxville, Tennessee. After a one-off stop in Charlottesville, Virginia, on January 16th, the band heads south, picking up dates in Columbia, South Carolina; Atlanta, Georgia; and Nashville, Tennessee, from January 18th through 21st. For the second leg of their tour in February, Yonder Mountain String Band and The Southern Belles return to the road. A back-to-back string of five dates from February 6th through 10th will see the tour hit Fayettesville, Arkansas; Lawrence, Kansas; Madison, Wisconsin; St. Louis, Missouri; and Huntington, West Virginia.You can check out Yonder Mountain’s recently announced 2018 winter tour dates below, or head over to the band’s website for more information.
The Growlers have announced a 20-date tour that will take them coast-to-coast across North America, kicking off with two-nights in Denver, Colorado and wrapping with a three-show Texas run in Houston, San Antonio and Dallas.The psychedelic rock will make their debut at several new venues on this tour, including the Stone Pony in Asbury Park, New Jersey; CrossroadsKC in Kansas City, Missouri; Agora Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio; Asbury Hall in Buffalo, New York; and the Neighborhood Theatre in Charlotte, North Carolina. In addition to their headlining dates, the psychedelic rock band will team up with The Flaming Lips at Ogden Amphitheater in Ogden, Utah on Thursday, July 28th. After Texas, the band will travel to the UK to debut at Green Man in Brecon Beacons, Wales to play alongside Sharon Van Etten, Khruangbin, Idles and more.Tickets for The Growlers upcoming summer tour are on sale now on the band’s website.The Growlers Summer 20197/17 The Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ7/18 Ogden Amphitheater, Ogden, UT7/19 Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO7/20 Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO7/21 CrossroadsKC, Kansas City, MO7/23 Agora Theatre, Cleveland, OH7/24 Club XL Live, Harrisburg, PA7/25 Asbury Hall, Buffalo, NY7/26 Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, ON7/27 Rialto Theatre, Montreal, QC7/28 Skyloft, Albany, NY7/31 The Stone Pony, Asbury Park, NJ8/1 Elevation27, Virginia Beach, VA8/2 Neighborhood Theatre, Charlotte, NC8/3 Variety Playhouse, Atlanta, GA8/4 Music Farm, Charleston, SC8/7 Varsity Theatre, Baton Rouge, LA8/8 White Oak Music Hall, Houston, TX8/9 Paper Tiger, San Antonio, TX8/10 Granada Theater, Dallas, TX8/18 Green Man, Brecon Beacons, Wales, UKView All Tour Dates
Andrew Sullivan, political commentator and blogger with The Daily Beast, gave the 2011 Theodore H. White Lecture on Press and Politics at the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum Thursday.In his lecture, “Conservatism and Its Discontents,” Sullivan argued that conservatism today is in a “crisis” and is “unrecognizable” from its traditional heritage. Sullivan said that he “does not recognize the Republican Party as a conservative force.”True conservatism, Sullivan said, is concerned with the “paradox of progress” and recognizes that “society is not a formula” and that “culture matters.” He went on to point out that the state is not the only danger to free society. “The accumulation of power by bankers and corporations is also a threat, and should be subject to conservative critique,” he told his forum audience.Preceding the lecture, the seventh annual David Nyhan Prize was awarded to Thomas Frank, author of “What’s the Matter With Kansas?” and a columnist for Harper’s Magazine. In his remarks upon receiving the award, Frank said, “We are living in an age of catastrophic intellectual malfunction.”Recalling political policies over the past decade, he said, “The consensus was wrong all along,” but added, “my views were outside the consensus.”Thomas Frank was the winner of the 2011 David Nyan Prize. Frank is the author of “What’s the Matter With Kansas?”
# # # The other four winners of the EPA award are:Winner, Best Overall App: Light Bulb Finder by Adam Borut and Andrea Nylund of EcoHatchery, Milwaukee, Wis.Winner, Best Student App: EarthFriend by Ali Hasan and Will Fry of Differential Apps and Fry Development Company, Mount Pleasant High School in Mount Pleasant, N.C. and J.H. Rose High School in Greenville, N.C..Runner Up, Best Student App: Environmental Justice Participatory Mapping by Robert Sabie, Jr. of Western Washington University, Bellingham, Wash.Popular Choice Award: CG Search by Suresh Ganesan of Cognizant Technology Solutions, South Plainfield, N.J. Winners demonstrated their submissions at the Apps for the Environment forum Nov. 8 in Arlington, Va. The forum included panels on business, technology and government initiatives, breakout sessions by EPA’s program offices, upcoming developer challenges, and future directions about environmental applications. All contestants will retain intellectual property rights over their submissions, though winners agree that their submissions will be available on the EPA website for free use and download by the public for a period of one year following the announcement of the winners.More information about the winners and other submissions: http://appsfortheenvironment.challenge.gov/submissions(link is external)More information about EPA’s Apps for the Environment forum: http://www.epa.gov/appsfortheenvironment/forum.html(link is external)(Boston, Mass. ‘ November 9, 2011) A computer mapping program that lets you calculate your carbon footprint and that was developed by a company in Shelburne, Vermont, was recently recognized in a national challenge by the US Environmental Protection Agency.Hootroot, developed by Brighter Planet, was given the overall runner-up award in EPA’s Apps for the Environment challenge, which encourages the development of innovative environmental applications.. The mapping program provides directions and carbon footprints for driving, transit, flight, and human-powered transportation options on any route.According to Brighter Planet’s website, Hootroot ‘helps you navigate efficiently from point A to point B’ and is powered by web services from Brighter Planet, Google Maps, and HopStop. Data for the footprint calculations comes from the EPA’s US Greenhouse Gas Inventory and eGRID database, as well as from other sources. As a web app, it requires no installation.Hootroot was one of five winners in EPA’s challenge, which aimed to engage the software developer community to create new and innovative uses of EPA’s data to address environmental and public health issues. Applications covered a range of topics such as local air quality, contaminants in fish, and games to learn environmental facts. “I am not at all surprised to see a Vermonter create such a useful and innovative application that will help people make good environmental decisions about their everyday actions,” said Curt Spalding, regional administrator of EPA’s New England office. “New England has a long history of smart, creative citizens who care about how to protect our environment and apply green thinking to their lifestyle. This is another link in that long chain.”‘We are witnessing a revolution in finding ways to harness massive amounts of data to empower individuals, companies and governments to make smarter decisions,’ said ‘Andy Rossmeissl, the lead designer on HootRoot. ‘The EPA has emerged as a leader in the push for opening government data and engaging the developer community in creating apps that are innovative as well as user-friendly. This competition really showcases these efforts and we are very honored to be among the winners.’
Dear Thumbs Up,While hitchhiking is generally never considered a “safe” activity, in many paddling communities picking up kayakers happens often. Other paddlers stop, knowing that it’s just good shuttle karma to give someone a ride – after all what goes around comes around. Even locals accustomed to seeing paddlers to offer rides. Assess the area and decide for yourself whether you think it’s safe to hitchhike.You don’t have to take every ride offered to you. If a ride makes you feel uncomfortable, just say no thanks. When all else fails, a river knife strapped to your PDF might prevent unwanted advances.Setting shuttle can be part of the adventure. There’s something about the anticipation of waiting for a ride, sizing up every passing car to see if the driver will stop. Connecting with the driver provides the random connection that can result in a new paddling friend or an interesting conversation.Besides, a heated car is always warmer than the cozying up with paddling gear at the put-in. Appeal to your man’s sense of chivalry. Praise his toughness for being able to guard the kayaks and withstand the cold temperatures.Thumbs Up, trust your gut to determine whether a particular area and a ride feel safe for hitchhiking. Use common sense when considering what to wear. Paddling gear sends a different message than a bikini. But by all means, get out there and figure out every aspect of paddling for yourself. Feeling comfortable hitching a shuttle will come in handy when you paddling without your man. And remember to return the favor when you have the opportunity to help other paddlers set their shuttle.Cheers!Mountain Mama Dear Mountain Mama,My boyfriend is teaching me to kayak and often we only take one car. He normally drives me to the put-in and I wait there with our kayaks and gear while he drives to the take-out and then hitches a ride. Last time we went paddling, it took him forever to get a ride. I froze waiting for him and told him next time I’d do the hitching, since I’ve got better odds of getting a ride. He told me it wasn’t safe for a woman to hitchhike and he wouldn’t “let” me put my life at risk in order to shave a few minutes off of the time it takes to set shuttle.We’re still arguing. Is it safe for a woman to hitchhike the shuttle?Yours,Thumbs Up
Colombia acquired eleven new radar systems to shield the Colombian coast, announced the Minister of Defense Juan Carlos Pinzón on August 18, during the inauguration of the new Coast Guard station Coveñas. “The country will be shielded in the coming years, the Colombian coast will be reinforced with the acquisition of eleven radar systems, which willl monitor the coast and vessels at sea,” said Pinzón. The Minister explained that these new monitoring and control capabilities, not only will combatt drug trafficking better, but also smuggling and arms trafficking, among other crimes. “In the next two years, this will allow the Colombian coasts to be under a radar system, which will locate any irregular behavior at sea and on the coasts,” said the senior official. He added: “This also improves the civil navigation, because having good radar systems functions the same as air traffic control in identifying navigation routes and which ships are sailing.” Finally, the Minister of Defense, Juan Carlos Pinzón, announced the strengthening of the Coast Guard’s capabilities, with the acquisition of three new coastal patrol boats and new Midnight-class speedboats. By Dialogo August 21, 2012
The next generation of leaders, who may have not yet reached executive level, are becoming more influential in organizational success. Recognizing that young professionals are proving to be the lifeblood of successful organizations; State leagues and associations offer an artillery of benefits and resources to get them where they want to go.At the Louisiana Credit Union League (LCUL), we recognized early on that not only was there a void in the industry for young professionals to network, but our industry also lacked a platform to help with their overall understanding of the movement. As a result, LCUL took the lead in creating one of the most dynamic networks of young credit union professionals – more than 400 members strong! We are proud to join a long list of state trade associations who have formed similar communities that strive to expose young professionals to credit union values with the goal of developing them into credit union champions.What we’ve learned…A successful paragon of our industry’s philosophy of cooperation and collaboration, leagues and associations regularly share best practices. A hot topic of late is the key components to successfully grooming the next generation of leaders. Some of the things we collectively agreed on:Use them as a resource…and vice versa. An environment where they can learn from industry leaders is ideal, but young professionals also want to share their ideas and opinions. Create an environment where conversations can be beneficial for everyone. This helps establish a level of respect for one another and what each has to offer. In my personal experience, they are a great sounding board during strategic planning as trends move at rapid pace. They also served as a lightning rod to help seasoned professionals like myself reconnect with why I love what I do.Volunteer Opportunities. They’re looking to be a part of something bigger than themselves. This is the perfect opportunity for younger employees to interact with the community while engaging with the credit unions core values all at the same time. It’s a win-win.Networking is everything. We must keep them engaged year-round. The constant connection helps build their relationships as well as their skill set and industry knowledge. And not just networking with peers, but anyone in the business arena that can build their personal brand.Resources for overall development. Yes, it is important to establish what the credit union philosophy is all about and the critical issues that we face. However, it’s just as important to help them grow in the general business arena, such as resume writing and business etiquette.From Ideas to Actions…Leagues play a formative role in engaging young professionals in a variety of ways, providing essentials that will grow our young professionals into credit union champions.The Louisiana Credit Union League flipped the CRASH concept, holding a “reverse crash” at the annual YP conference. A handful of ‘seasoned’ conference attendees had the chance to weigh in on the discussions. Reverse crashers learned just as much, if not more, than from the young professionals in attendance.The Carolinas Credit Union League developed the CUaware Protégé Mentor program, providing credit union professionals in the Carolinas an opportunity to be paired with a mentor from a league-affiliated credit union.YP Leads is open to Northwest Credit Union Association member credit union employees who identify as young professionals. Official YP Leads serve as ambassadors for the movement over a year by committing to serve as a strong credit union advocate by attending an advocacy event or championing local advocacy efforts. More than just a social networking initiative, program participants are exposed to the real issues affecting our industry.Volunteering is the core of all young professional communities and is nearly impossible to list them all. One special example is Oregon’s Pack for Parents. Often parents are blindsided by unexpected and indefinite stays at the hospital. To help alleviate the stress, they packed 300 “overnight” packs to help make their extended stay a little more tolerable.Need a little guidance? The League of Southeastern Credit Union provides a young professional resource page that includes YPG Networking Events Guide and YPG Community Outreach Guide.Like many other leagues, the Virginia Credit Union League hosts an annual YP Workshop strictly dedicated to young professionals. While they discuss issues and topics that matter most within the credit union system, the event also provides guidance for overall professional development applicable in any profession.Cornerstone Credit Union League has their young professionals“takeover” a local chapter meeting, volunteering not only their time, but their ideas, in front of a mixed audience.These are just a few examples of league efforts facilitating engagement and development. You can see that our young professional collaboration initiatives offer just about everything they need to rally around the credit union movement.If you are a seasoned credit union executive, I urge you to make the investment in your young professionals like your associations have. I promise you will see their passion firsthand as they play a significant role in championing issues that impact the future of our industry. Reach out to your league and ask how they can help you in this effort.If you are a young professional reading this, congratulations on finding yourself in what I believe to be an incredibly special industry! I encourage you to visit your League’s website or contacting a League representative to learn more about young professional initiatives. And don’t be shy about asking the appropriate executive at your credit union to support your participation; my experience tells me they will appreciate your imitative and commitment to credit unions.Regardless of your tenure in the movement, you can help our efforts to retain talent within our movement for the long-term prosperity of credit unions. 91SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Bob Gallman Bob Gallman, a native of Jackson, Mississippi, is the President/CEO of the Louisiana Credit Union League.With extensive credit union career experience, Bobhas an established and significant body of … Web: https://www.lcul.com Details
Shooting in Croatia This festival awards films in 18 categories, and the best is selected by an international jury composed of representatives of various sectors – the tourism industry, urban marketing, artists, representatives of professional associations and others. Last year, two films produced by Baludiči film won awards, second place for the film Dubrovnik Riviera and third place for the film VISIT LIKA. A new film from the production Baluduči film entered the competition for one of the awards at the jubilee 20th festival The Golden City Gate in Berlin. For the purposes of promoting Croatia and in support of foreign film productions, HAVC has created a website Filming in Croatia, as well as a brochure Little Black Book with contacts of various Croatian partners regarding support for film production.