Next Wednesday, June 8th, a Frank Zappa-themed super group called Cosmik Playground will get together for a tribute show at St. Rocke in Hermosa Beach, CA. With Joel Cummins (Umphrey’s McGee), Kris Myers (Umphrey’s McGee), Arthur Barrow (Frank Zappa) and Marcus Rezak (Digital Tape Machine) holding it down, this show looks to be one of the most tight-knit tributes to the late Zappa around.For those of you who can’t make it to Hermosa for the webcast, there’s still hope. LiveList, a group that provides quality streaming services for various shows, has announced a promotion. If 500 people sign up to watch the webcast, then LiveList will provide a free stream! All you have to do is register here for the show, and of course you can browse their massive database of live streamed shows in the process.If you like what you see, then be sure to check out Cosmik Playground at the Putnam Den in Saratoga Springs, NY on July 3rd, as the band will be performing post-Phish at SPAC. While the July 3rd lineup will feature different players, it’s looking like a great time playing some of the best music around. For tickets and more details, you can head here.
11SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Keeping up with regulatory compliance changes and updates isn’t an easy task.In fact, it’s the biggest struggles many credit union professionals at the CUNA Regulatory Compliance School cited as their biggest compliance challenge.“I struggle to keep up with new regs and how fast they come out. I have no time to implement a new process before it changes. It is very hard to keep up,” one attendee said Monday.Other key challenges attendees face:• Lending. “It is so complex, from different loan product offerings to ‘target’ groups to mortgage loan officer annual training to questions on rate sheets [in-house versus outside brokers]. There’s so much to know and monitor.” continue reading »
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