On Tuesday night, Gov’t Mule performed at Jessye Norman Amphitheater in Augusta, Georgia. With Galactic as an opener, the concert opened the door to various moments of excellence. It was also the birthday of Jerry Garcia, who would have turned 75 on the date. In celebration of such, frontman Warren Haynes opened the show with his original tune “Patchwork Quilt,” which he wrote when the Grateful Dead frontman died in 1995.The theme was immediately set, and Galactic drummer Stanton Moore joined the group for a rhythmic version of “Dark Star,” then “Morning Dew.” Gov’t Mule isn’t shy to incorporate fist fulls of covers into their setlist, and Tuesday night proved a good reason why. Especially with Warren Haynes’ association with The Dead, Phil Lesh & Friends, and more, these songs are especially meaningful for the former Allman Brothers Band guitarist to perform–and especially on “Jerry Day.” On the heels of Mule’s most recent album release, the set contained plenty of originals, including “Sarah, Surrender” and “Revolution Come, Revolution Go.” Toward the end of the set, Moore returned to the stage to complete “Dark Star” with a “Drums” jam with Matt Abts. Saxophonist Ben Ellman joined for the set-closing “Blind Man In The Dark,” before the band played a “Dear Prudence Encore.”You can listen to the full show audio below, as recorded by David Dyche.Setlist: Gov’t Mule | Jessye Norman Amphitheater | 8/1/17Patchwork Quilt > Dark Star* > Morning Dew*, Larger Than Life > Sco-Mule (with Smoke on The Water Tease), Inside Outside Woman Blues, Steppin’ Lightly, World Boss, Traveling Tune, Sarah, Surrender > Dark Star * > Drums *, Revolution Come, Revolution Go, Kind Of Bird ^, Blind Man In The Dark #E: Dear Prudence ** w/Stanton Moore on Drums# w/ Ben Ellman on Sax^ In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed Jam read more
As a continuation of Notre Dame’s commitment to sustainability, the fifth annual Green Summit showcased a trade show focused on green transportation, said Sara Brown, program and intern director for the Office of Sustainability. “Transportation is something we get a lot of questions about in the community,” she said. “It is something we want to get people talking about, whether it is human powered transportation, hybrid fuels and electric cars or public transportation.” The summit, which took place in the Stepan Center on Wednesday, featured various purveyors of green transportation, including bicycle shops and car dealerships that distribute electric and hybrid cars. Brown said the event gave students and the rest of the Notre Dame community more information about green transportation than they might otherwise have access to. “This event is a great way to show examples of what the University is making strides (in) and the options students have after graduation,” she said. “It spans what you can use today and what is offered after you graduate.” John Hall, owner of Avenue Bike Station in South Bend, said riding a bike is a popular form of green transportation. He said he strives to make his store sustainable, recycling salvageable parts of bikes restored at the shop. “At our shop, we don’t believe in throwing much of anything away,” he said. “We recycle what we can [when restoring bikes] and replace what needs to be replaced.” The Transpo bus system offers students another green way of travelling. Jeanette Panceast, a Transpo representative, said public transportation offers people an easy and efficient way to live more sustainably. “Public transportation is very green and our new building is LEED certified,” she said. “We are also trying to make our routes more efficient by decreasing stops to designated stops only, which will help save fuel.” Transpo switches to a hybrid fuel blend to cut down bus emissions, Transpo representative Mike Stahy said. “We use a B-5 and B-20 hybrid soy ethanol mix with the diesel,” he said. McCormick Motors in Nappanee, Ind., sells the Chevy Volt, an innovative electric car. Bernie Beer, McCormick’s principal dealer, said the Volt promotes green living by eliminating the need for gasoline. “We’ve got about 1,800 miles on [the showroom model] and so far, we have only used 5 gallons of gas,” Beer said. “That comes out to roughly 300 miles to a gallon.” Beer said owning an electric car adds the same amount of electricity needed to run a refrigerator to his electricity bill. Along with selling green vehicles, McCormick Motors is committed to being sustainable, vice president Gordon Moore said. “Since 1998, we have recycled or used 10,000 gallons of liquid waste, and had an annual reduction of 62 tons of solid waste sent to land fills,” he said. read more
Governor Peter Shumlin will urge his counterparts in the Northeast to support a meaningful carbon cap and renew their commitment to the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), particularly in light of the New Jersey decision to withdraw from the environmental agreement, at a meeting in Nova Scotia that gets underway on Sunday. The governor will focus on the issue at the 35th Meeting of the Conference of New England Governors and Eastern Canadian Premiers taking place in Halifax on July 10-12. On the official agenda are meetings to discuss the economic realities facing the U.S. and Canadian region; enhancing trade between New England the Canadian provinces; maximizing the potential of each region’s energy resources; and confronting shared environmental challenges. In addition, Shumlin will discuss efforts to bring a high-speed rail route through New England to Montreal with his counterparts. The governor said he will urge his counterparts in the New England states to join him in asking the federal Environmental Protection Agency to recognize the success of RGGI, design any national greenhouse gas regulations consistent with its innovative approach, and allow state participation in RGGI to serve as an alternative method to meet any new federal regulatory requirements. RGGI was created through a Memorandum of Understanding in 2007 that requires a program review to be conducted in 2012. It is the first market-based regulatory program in the United States to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Ten Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic states have capped and will reduce CO2 emissions by 10 percent in the next seven years (Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland).Under RGGI, states sell nearly all emission allowances through auctions and invest proceeds in consumer benefits: energy efficiency, renewable energy, and other clean energy technologies. RGGI is spurring innovation in the clean energy economy and creating green jobs in each state. The carbon cap went into effect on Jan. 1, 2009 and applies to all fossil fuel-fired power plants with production of 25 Megawatts or greater. As part of this program review there is an opportunity to make RGGI more effective in capping greenhouse gas emissions by lowering the cap level. The Governor is also committed to ensuring there is an adequate public process in the program review and that the modeling that is done for the review looks at a variety of scenarios relating to future emissions.HALIFAX, Nova Scotia ‘ read more
continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Today’s board members don’t want to carry around reams of paper or wait until a few days before the meeting to start reviewing the board packet.They also aren’t always able to attend a meeting in person, but would be willing to attend remotely.It’s a mindset that’s becoming more common: One-third of organizations surveyed by Corporate Secretary say they have at least one board member participate in meeting remotely on occasion and 32% report having a completely paperless board packet.Technology allows board members to carry out their responsibilities, whether they attend meetings in person or remotely. And using a board portal allows the board members to have the most up-to-date information in their hands with ample time to review and prepare before the meeting. read more
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Comment Advertisement Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterFriday 29 Nov 2019 1:16 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Freddie Ljungberg has been appointed interim Arsenal manager following the sacking of Unai Emery (Picture: Getty)Former Arsenal striker John Hartson has criticised Freddie Ljungberg for failing to offer any help to Unai Emery during last night’s defeat against Eintracht Frankfurt.Defeat against the Bundesliga side, played out in front of a half empty Emirates Stadium, ultimately proved to be the final straw for Emery who was sacked on Friday morning.Ljungberg, who was promoted to the Spaniard’s first team coaching staff in the summer, will take interim charge and will pick the team for Sunday’s Premier League match against Norwich.Hartson, however, was critical of the Swede’s passiveness in the dugout on Thursday evening as a beleaguered Emery failed to inspire a recovery following Daichi Kamada’s quickfire second half double.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTHe wrote on Twitter: ‘Ljungberg was a great help to Emery last night.. sat down for 90 mins.. surely you get in the managers ear if you can see what’s going wrong.. Emery had to go.’The former PSG and Sevilla coach was effectively given a vote of confidence in the wake of the defeat to Leicester ahead of the most recent international break.Arsenal chiefs were reluctant to make a change and believed Emery was still capable of instigating a recovery, especially given what appeared to a winnable run of fixtures.However, Arsenal were booed off following Saturday’s 2-2 draw at home against relegation threatened Southampton, before last night’s first home defeat of the season.Speaking on behalf of the Arsenal board Josh Kroenke said: ‘Our most sincere thanks go to Unai and his colleagues who were unrelenting in their efforts to get the club back to competing at the level we all expect and demand.‘We wish Unai and his team nothing but future success.’Who should be Unai Emery’s permanent replacement at Arsenal?Freddie Ljungberg0%Mauricio Pochettino0%Mikel Arteta0%Carlo Ancelotti0%Nuno Espirito Santo0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsMORE: Granit Xhaka accused of lying to Arsenal boss Unai Emery about injuryMORE: Granit Xhaka accused of lying to Arsenal boss Unai Emery about injury Former Arsenal star John Hartson takes dig at Freddie Ljungberg for failing to help Unai Emery read more
There are polished timber floors, VJ walls and arched fretwork.Mr Finney said the home was one of the oldest in the area, believed to be built in 1892 — something which was evident through the character of the residence. The home at 11 The Promenade, Camp Hill, will go under the hammer.Place Bulimba lead agent Shane Hicks said the home at 11 The Promenade, Camp Hill had one of the most impressive wardrobes he had ever seen.“It’s not just a walk-in robe but a dressing room,” Mr Hicks said.“It’s actually one of the best robes I’ve ever seen.“The master is very luxurious, it’s like checking into the Marriott.” The bathroom is classic and has a claw foot bath.“It’s got all the charm of the era with a decorative archway between the lounge and dining,” he said.“You can see the city lights while sitting on the couch in the lounge.” The pool has a water feature and can be seen from the kitchen.Downstairs is a study, media room, laundry, powder room, and an open-plan kitchen, living and dining which opens out to an alfresco dining area and an inground pool.Upstairs is the home’s four bedrooms, including the master suite, a third living space and a second bathroom. The home has bay views.“It’s a unique colonial home and it has bay views from two levels,” Mr Myers said.“It’s unusual as it is a close walk to the esplanade with views.“A lot have views from up on the hill but then it’s not the easiest walk to the water.” The living space is open-plan.Mr Hicks said the home would be suited to a family and those looking for easy living.“The way it’s laid out could cater for both young children or teenagers,” he said.“It would also be good for people who want a low-maintenance lifestyle.”The home will go under the hammer on July 28 at 11am.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours ago The kitchen at 68 Kingsley Tce, Wynnum.The abode has polished timber floorboards, VJ walls and raked ceilings, as well as the opportunity to provide an income or dual living.“It has a separate area which is used as and Airbnb and is usually occupied for 95 per cent of the month,” Mr Myers said.The auction is on July 28, at 2.30pm. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenJuly 20: Liz Tilley talks dream homes06:36 The home at 39 Stoneleigh St, Albion, will go to auction at noon on July 28.Later in the day, a home at Albion will go to market for the first time in more than three decades.Ray White Albion sales executive Jon Finney said the area had been becoming more hip and the 39 Stoneleigh St home was on a 810sq m block — which was rare for the inner-city.“It’s an emerging area, its in no small part due to the gentrification that’s is happening now and continuing to happen, with the $750-odd million redevelopment happening around the Albion train station,” Mr Finney said.“It’s on the verge of going off (and) the owners have loved being able to walk to the train station to get into the city.” The home at 68 Kingsley Tce, Wynnum, will go under the hammer.It’s not the only century old home going under the hammer on Saturday, with 65 Kingsley Tce at Wynnum joining it.Ray White Manly sales agent Richard Myers said the home was across three-levels, and had views out to the ocean. The kitchen is modern.The agent said the vendors had lived there since they got married 33 years ago and it was now time for them to downsize.The home will go to auction on July 28, noon. The dressing room at 11 The Promenade, Camp Hill is every fashionista’s dream.A CENTURY old home with bay views, a charming residence on a rare-sized inner-city block and a new build with a wardrobe set to be the envy of any fashionista will all go under the hammer this Saturday. The ensuite has a soaker tub and a shower and toilet that can be closed off from the room.The two-level home sits on a 405sq m block, and is in the sought after blue-chip area named The Avenues. read more
Italian oil and gas company Eni has received approval from Australian authorities for the environment plan for the Woollybutt field decommissioning project located offshore Western Australia. Eni submitted the revised environment plan for the Woollybutt field management and plug and abandonment to NOPSEMA in November 2018 and the plan was accepted last Friday.The Woollybutt field is located approximately 80 km off the northwest coast of Western Australia in Lease Area WA-25-L. It is approximately 25 km west of the Barrow Island Marine Management Area and Marine Park boundary, and more than 50 km south-west of the proposed Montebello Commonwealth Island Marine reserve.The Woollybutt field is presently shut-in. The scope of the EP covers passive field management activities and plug and abandonment activities (including well intervention) on four to seven wells within permit WA-25-L.According to NOPSEMA, field management activities that may be undertaken in accordance with this EP include cathodic protection surveys and visual ROV inspections. ROV surveys will be conducted at least annually until the wells are plugged, and each survey is 3-7 days in duration. Only one project vessel will be in the operational area at any one time undertaking field management.Well intervention of WB4 will be completed using a Light Well Intervention Vessel prior to P&A and will take approximately 7-15 days. Only one project vessel will be in the operational area at any one time during well intervention activities.Plug and abandonment will take approximately 20-30 days per well and will be completed within 5 years of EP acceptance. A maximum of three support vessels will be utilized to support the MODU during plug and abandonment activities. read more
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Salvador died on the spot, policesaid. The 50-year-old Roberto Salvador diedof gunshot wounds on the head, a police report showed. Officers of Police Station 2 have yetto identify the suspects and the motive in the shooting./PN Tipon sustained gunshot wounds on thebody, the police added. BACOLOD City – An alleged drug suspectwas killed while his live-in partner was wounded in a shooting incident inBarangay 2. Wounded was 30-year-old ChristineTipon of Barangay 4, the report added. According to police investigation,Salvador and Tipon were walking when two unidentified suspects peppered themwith bullets around 7:10 p.m. on Monday. She was brought to the Corazon LocsinMontelibano Memorial Regional Hospital here for medical treatment.
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