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Leftover Salmon Announces New Album, ‘Something Higher’, For 2018

first_img[Cover Photo: 2017 ShowLove Media || All rights reserved || Photo by John-Ryan Lockman] Leftover Salmon has plans for a new album this year called, Something Higher, which is due out on May 4th, 2018 via LoS Records. Something Higher marks Leftover Salmon’s first studio release since 2014’s High Country, though the band released a new live album, 25, in 2016. Produced by the band’s long-time producer Steve Berlin (Los Lobos), the Colorado-based Americana jamgrass act recorded the record at the famous Wavelab Studio in Tucson, Arizona, and opted to record in analog.As noted in a press release, on Something Higher, the band “taps into everything from horn-blasting R&B to reverb-drenched desert noir, from the cosmic roots music sound they helped create to neo-New Orleans-meets-Appalachia liquefaction,” with the band’s synthesis of new influences being a product of “the interactions between the founding members’ roots and the newer band members, who bring refreshingly different influences and ideas to the songwriting process.”The band’s statement elaborated on the album’s creation:Over 10 days in Tucson, Leftover Salmon laid out the new music, each songwriter bringing a songwriting kernel and letting the rest of the band work out new improvisations to craft the final song. … In crafting the new music, founding members Vince Herman and Drew Emmitt provide a foundational focus and guiding spirit, while banjo player Andy Thorn keeps the band close to their original roots in backstage picking parties. The rhythm section–bassist Garrison, keyboardist Erik Deutsch, and drummer Alwyn Robinson–was a key focus point for Berlin, who drew out members’ backgrounds in jazz and hip-hop to zero in on the heart of Leftover Salmon: the groove.You can pre-order Leftover Salmon’s forthcoming Something Higher and get more information about the band and their upcoming tour dates on the group’s website here.last_img read more

Students meet with residents

first_imgMembers of the Notre Dame student government and the South Bend area met last week at the annual Student Government Community Summit to brainstorm ways to improve communication between the campus and surrounding community. Student body president Pat McCormick said the annual Summit gives student government the opportunity to engage with South Bend residents. “In recent years, student government has worked quite aggressively to deepen partnership between community members and students at Notre Dame,” he said. “There has been an effort to really solidify our relations with the community on the basis of mutuality.” McCormick said the summit involved student government representatives from Notre Dame, Saint Mary’s, Holy Cross and Ivy Tech, advocates for local businesses, officers from the South Bend Police Department and Notre Dame Security Police and other delegates from the South Bend community. Senior Erika Hansen, director of community relations, said engaging all these people in discussion provides a basis for incoming student government’s policies on community relations. “It is a high level opportunity for students and members of the community to more broadly deepen partnerships as well as introduce incoming administration to community leaders,” Hansen said. “It sparks ideas for how to get students more motivated and more involved to go downtown and patronize local stores and restaurants.” Student body president-elect and current vice president Brett Rocheleau said incoming student government representatives listened closely to community concerns. One way student government can be of assistance to the community is spreading the word regarding student safety off-campus, Rocheleau said. “The police force mentioned that there are a lot of students walking around at night alone,” he said. “They want to make sure that students know to be safe when they’re out in the neighborhood.” Rocheleau also said student government hopes to participate in more community-wide events next year, including a possible special celebration the weekend of the Notre Dame football game in Dublin. “There was an idea floating around at the community summit to throw an Irish celebration that weekend … [and to hold] a Taste of South Bend where it would be all about local South Bend eateries,” Rocheleau said. “They talked about mimicking Chicago during St. Patty’s Day and dying the river green.” Summit attendees also discussed marketing strategies for the annual Freshman Bus Tour, an event sponsored by the mayor’s office to introduce new students to what South Bend has to offer, McCormick said. In addition, Hansen said another topic discussed was how to integrate the new housing development opening on Eddy Street into the South Bend community in the future. Each year’s summit influences the work student government does during the year, McCormick said. “One of our platform ideas had been to try to integrate the arts community more fully in advocacy in student government,” McCormick said. “Last year’s summit was an early chance to … bring the art community together at Notre Dame to advance the arts on campus and beyond” McCormick said this year’s summit also allowed him to thank those in the South Bend community who were influential in helping student government. “We are grateful for the attendance and contributions made by community members and to come together to thank community leaders who played such an important role in efforts of the student government team this year,” he said. McCormick said Notre Dame students continue to become more involved with the South Bend community and that meetings like the summit are important. “Students increasingly think of themselves as members of a shared South Bend community,” he said. “There is no longer a bubble mentality.” Rocheleau said he hopes to continue this trend by pursuing the ideas put forth at this year’s Summit. “Our main goal is to try to deepen our roots in South Bend so that we’re more than just four-year visitors, rather that we’re part of the community,” he said.last_img read more

Broadway Grosses: Hugh Jackman-Led The River Plays Full Capacity During Snowstorm

first_img UNDERDOGS (By Capacity) 5. Chicago (65.45%)* 4. Mamma Mia! (64.90%)* 3. You Can’t Take It With You (58.08%) 2. Honeymoon in Vegas (54.17%) 1. On the Town (48.51%) Here’s a look at who was on top—and who was not—for the week ending February 1: FRONTRUNNERS (By Gross) 1. The Book of Mormon ($1,423,750) 2. The Lion King ($1,337,983)* 3. Wicked ($1,291,035) 4. Aladdin ($1,119,398)* 5. The Elephant Man ($976,936) Source: The Broadway League *Number based on seven regular performances FRONTRUNNERS (By Capacity) 1. The Book of Mormon (101.74%) 2. The River (100.13%) 3. The Lion King (99.55%)* 4. Constellations (97.31%) 5. The Elephant Man (95.49%) UNDERDOGS (By Gross) 5. Honeymoon in Vegas ($369,342) 4. Chicago ($365,600)* 3. Mamma Mia! ($357,539)* 2. You Can’t Take It With You ($354,139) 1. Disgraced ($348,413) If Christmas and New Years are a Broadway box office’s best friend, a January blizzard is its greatest villain. Almost every show on the Great White Way saw a dip in attendance for the week that Snowstorm Juno hit New York. The two shows to increase in capacity over the previous week were The Lion King (which, along with a bevy of others, played only seven performances) and The River, starring Hugh Jackman. The average ticket price did drop for the latter, but the Jez Butterworth drama had no problem filling its 696-seat (plus standing room) house. The play will take its final bow at the Circle in the Square Theatre on February 8, and we expect that no amount of snow (or slush) will keep audiences from one final chance to watch Jackman cook an entire fish dinner live on stage. View Commentslast_img read more

What to expect from a cybersecurity exam

first_img 2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr NCUA will focus on two key areas: vulnerabilities and preparedness.Two key areas on which NCUA will focus during cybersecurity examinations: Vulnerabilities credit unions face and how they’re protecting member data, according to “Cybersecurity Compliance,” a white paper from the CUNA Technology Council.In a January 2015 letter to credit unions, the agency noted it would take steps to ensure credit unions were prepared for a range of cyber threats after preliminary findings from a Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) report revealed “many credit unions and banks were not taking basic cybersecurity actions.”Vulnerabilities can exist in several areas, including access and connection points and technologies such as ATMs and mobile apps.In addition to identifying how attackers can gain entry into institutions to carry out attacks, examiners also look at steps credit unions have taken to prevent attacks and prepare to act once an attack has been carried out. continue reading »last_img read more

Winterfest officials not sweating over upcoming warmer weather

first_imgBeer Tree will be present to provide drinks and the Colseville Fire Department will be cooking up hot dogs and burgers for people to enjoy. The event will have ice fishing, ice skating, games, and much more. Broome County Parks Winterfest starts at 12 p.m., with ice fishing beginning earlier, at Nathaniel Cole Park. As warmer weather approaches for the weekend, Woidt says she’s not worried about most of the activities being impacted. Meanwhile, she says her department is continuously working to make sure the event is safe with the rules and regulations it follows. She says they measure the thickness of the ice everyday to make sure it is safe for people to go fishing or ice skating. We’re not going to lose too much ice in a day like that,” said Woidt. “Maybe we will lose a little bit of the snow so sledding might be tough for people who do bring their own sleds, but other than that, everything is going to go as planned.” HARPURSVILLE (WBNG) — With temperatures rising this weekend, Broome County Parks and Recreation officials are making sure the Broome County Parks Winterfest is still a blast. Winterfest is taking place at Nathaniel Cole Park. Broome County Parks, Recreation, and Youth Services Director, Liz Woidt, says they’ve had similar events in the past, but this is the first year they will be having a big extravaganza.last_img read more

These are the hottest homes going to auction this weekend

first_imgWhen 68 Sydney St was renovated, an electric car charging station was added to the double garage.The double storey executive home is on a 607 sqm level block with 15 metre street frontage and blends old world charm with new age design.The indoor-outdoor zones have wowed visitors, according to Mr Gracie, with a gourmet kitchen, expansive stone island bench, Miele appliances and butler’s pantry, oversized entertainer’s dining room, motorised timber screens, bespoke brickwork and even an open fireplace in the outdoor living zone. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours agoThe five bedder has an elegant style maintaining its 1930s roots.Agent Tyson Clarke of Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty Brisbane marketed it as having been “tastefully renovated”.“Its beautiful redesign has created a marvellous base for entertaining, with a smooth flow between the contemporary kitchen with butler’s pantry, meals area, wide north-facing deck and swimming pool. A pool bar and poolside pavilion offer further outdoor options to entertain family and friends.” 15 Arinya Road, Ashgrove, was second hottest on the most viewed auction list — set to go under the hammer at 1pm Saturday September 8.Also on the hot list for auction this weekend was 15 Arinya Road, Ashgrove — “a quintessential Ashgrovian Queenslander renewed with Hamptons-style influences”.The five bedroom, three bathroom, double car space house was set to go under the hammer at 1pm (Saturday September 8). 68 Sydney Street, New Farm, was the most viewed QLD property going to auction this week.A JAWDROPPING home with its own electric car charging station, a Hamptons’ style house with a yoga room and a renovator are the hottest homes going under the hammer in QLD this weekend. The home at the top of the list is so hot that over 220 groups have gone through it in four weeks, with a lot of interest from Melbourne buyers especially, according to agent Glenn Gracie of Glenn Gracie Real Estate in New Farm.The five bedroom, four bathroom, double car space house is at 68 Sydney Street in one of Brisbane’s hottest inner city suburbs, New Farm.Designed by Fouche Architects, it’s so up to date, it even has its own electric car charging station in the double garage. Some original features have been maintained in the home.They believed that the property’s “convenient position in the ever-popular inner-city suburb of Coorparoo” a few kilometres from the Brisbane CBD made it one that would see “good rental return and future capital growth”. The backyard is a dream family zone. Mixed bag of homes to go under hammer Best place to be a renter in Australia How long to save a home deposit? He said there were already two registered bidders for the auction — one interstate, one local — which takes place at noon on site (Saturday September 8).“It’s such a great family home, from the kitchen you can see the backyard, the pool, the outdoor area, it’s great for a family home.” The home has a multi-use yoga room as well.A home ready for an upgrade at 15 Wellstead Avenue, Coorparoo, was the third hottest property going to auction this weekend.The three bed, single bath, single car space property was set to go under the hammer at 10.30am (Saturday September 8). As far as home additions go, this one is downright beautiful.The home blends old and new, maintaining its polished timber floors, ornate plaster ceilings, bay windows, stained glass, Hampton-inspired staircase and a 1930s style fireplace.It also has all the modern accompaniments like its own yoga room, a drinks bar, wine cellar, considerable space to rack bicycles and sporting gear, Di Lorenzo marble tiles, Ilve and Miele appliances, mud room, media room and an ensuited guest bedroom that could be used for an au pair or older parents.The property overlooks parkland and neighbours popular Dorrington Park, according to the listing. 15 Wellstead Avenue, Coorparoo, goes to auction at 1-.30am *Saturday September 8).Agents Cliff Tarr and Sam Palmer of Ray White Coorparoo listed it as the “perfect first home renovator or investment”.It has architect-designed plans available on request with potential for the property to be converted into a four bedroom home with study with two and a half bathrooms and a double garage. Space galore in the backyard.It already has a large rear deck for entertaining, high ceiling and polished timber floors, is fully fenced and on a 405 sqm block. Follow Sophie Foster on Facebook Hottest auctions this weekend: 68 Sydney St, New Farm 15 Arinya Rd, Ashgrove 15 Wellstead Ave, Coorparoo 43 Spence St, Mt Gravatt East 51 Wade St, Wavell Heights 4 Plumosa Court, Mermaid Waters 1 Evans St, Nundah 22 Bayview Terrace, Wavells Heights 20 Portland St, Annerley 6 Turubul Crescent, Carindale (Source: Realestate.com.au most viewed property going to auction this weekend) The double storey property has amazing indoor-outdoor flow perfect for QLD.Among family friendly features were a laundry and bag drop area with a clothes chute upstairs, an intercom system, Pay TV access, and a swimming pool with outdoor shower and pool shelter.last_img read more

Gold Coast house prices have tripled over the past 20 years

first_img Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:50Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:50 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. 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 Rate1xFullscreenDifferences between building in new or established estates01:50 MORE NEWS: QLD now more expensive than NSW Gold Coast properties are worth a lot more today than they were 20 years ago.HOMEOWNERS who bought a house on the Gold Coast two decades ago could sell it today for triple the price they paid.New data from property market research firm Propertyology shows the city is one of 111 Australian locations where median house prices have tripled over the past 20 years.The research was conducted between December 1998 and December 2018 on more than 180 towns and cities across the country with a population of 10,000 or more.Propertyology head of research Simon Pressley said the Coast’s median house price had jumped from $185,000 to $632,000 in the 20-year period — an increase of $447,000. The Gold Coast was one of more than 100 cities across Australia where median house prices have tripled in the past two decades.“I doubt too many of those who purchased Gold Coast real estate 20 years ago would complain about the asset increasing 3.4 times,” he said.“It highlights why residential real estate has always been such a popular asset class.“An annual average capital growth rate over the last 20 years of 6.3 per cent plus a median rental yield of 4.3 per cent is a stellar result.”He said regional markets had generally performed better long term.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa11 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago“Generally speaking, locations with a more affordable median house price have more upside potential for capital growth,” he said.“For that potential to be realised, the real skill is being able to identify the locations with positive leading economic indicators.” MORE NEWS: Ellen buys pop star’s epic Beverly Hills home Ray White Broadbeach principal Mitch Palmer backed Mr Pressley’s comments, explaining the high growth was possible because the Coast had such a low median house price 20 years ago.To expect it to triple again in another 20 years was “a little bit less likely”.“It’s easier when you’re coming off a low median,” Mr Palmer said.“Coming off a high median and expecting it to still triple is a considerable amount.“It would be logical to think it’s going to grow another $400,000 over 20 years though — property is a great long term investment.”He put the growth down to the city’s strong and growing economy.last_img read more

Tokyo 2020: Organisers may be forced to move offices following postponement

first_img Loading… Promoted Content7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made7 Reasons It’s Better To Be A VeganBest Car Manufacturers In The World6 Most Unforgettable Bridges In The WorldCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?8 Fascinating Facts About CoffeeThe Adorable Model For Simba In The Lion King RemakeA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of ArtA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This Day Tokyo 2020 organisers are on the lookout for new office space after the postponement of the Olympic and Paralympic Games. The IOC and 32 international sports federations held a teleconference where it was decided to respect the qualification process for the delayed Tokyo Olympics New dates for the Games in 2021 were confirmed last month, with the Olympic Opening Ceremony taking place on July 23 and the Paralympic Opening Ceremony set to be on August 24. Organisers had planned to reduce office space following the scheduled conclusion of the Games in September 2020, but now need more office space for longer – and may need to move some staff to a new location as a result. Tokyo 2020 confirmed to insidethegames that it may be unable to extend its lease on certain floors in Harumi Triton Square, so is looking for new office space to replace those areas. This is one of many logistical hurdles for organisers to overcome after the Olympics were postponed for the first time.Advertisementcenter_img Postponement came as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and the situation has worsened both inside and outside of Japan since Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe announced the decision on March 24. Abe has now called a state of emergency for Tokyo and six other prefectures, resulting in Tokyo 2020 staff now working from home where possible and the Olympic Flame being taken off public display. Some Olympic facilities may now be used to house coronavirus patients with mild symptoms. read also:Tokyo Olympics: FIFA raises age limit for men’s football to 24 The number of cases in Japan – now above 4,500 – is accelerating but is mild in comparison to many other nations, with the global death toll in excess of 82,000. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

Picked On

first_imgDo you get the feeling that the referees are trying to get even with Vontaze Burfict of the Bengals?  In the last 2 weeks, I think he has had 3 personal fouls called on him even though the hits were perfectly legal according to football rules.  Not only do the announcers say that, but the rules makers have said it as well.I know Burfict has had stupid plays in the past, especially when the Bengals have been playing the Pittsburgh Steelers.  Burfict has been trying to clean up his image, but certain referees seem to have their own agenda whenever he is involved in a tackle.  Pro football is a violent sport, and the best defensive players are encouraged to make a defensive impact whenever possible.  It is hard for some players to differentiate between hard play and rule violations.last_img read more

Championship Night is Saturday at Park Jefferson

first_imgJEFFERSON, S.D. – Championship Night has arrived at Park Jefferson Speedway, as this Satur­day, Aug. 19 the track will crown its six IMCA champions.In addition, drivers in the IMCA RaveSaver Sprint Car division will compete for their Road to the Iron Cup event with a draw/redraw format paying $500 to win along with $25 drawings for posi­tions 2-5 and 6-24.Point battles have been very close all season in all divisions but no more so than in the J & J Fit­ting IMCA Stock Car class, which has seen a myriad of competitors hold the top spot with Greg Taylor leading by just two points.The SignMasters IMCA Mods see Bob Moore 15 points over Ricky Stephan, Todd Boulware 10 points over Rusty Montagne, and David Bates eight points over Luk Jackson.Craig Clift clings to a five point advantage over David Miller and six over Aaron Shearn in the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks while Colin Smith has assured himself the first-ever IMCA RAC­ESaver Sprint title at Park Jefferson with a 73-point lead.Gates open Saturday at 5 p.m. with hot laps set for 6:30 p.m. Adult tickets are $12 seniors 70 and over are $5, children ages 6-16 are $2 and under six are free. The Budweiser Clubhouse will be open for an additional $12 upgrade to any ticket. For more information, go to www.parkjeff.com or call 712 202-5540.last_img read more