Widespread Panic resumed their Southern conquest with a second night of music at Mud Island Amphitheater in Memphis, Tennessee last night. To many fans, the first night was one of the most intense and tight shows of the year, so when it was with great anticipation that the band shuffled back onstage.A short and sweet “Disco” kicked the night off before John Bell led the audience through a serene stroll with a mellow “Wondering” from 1993’s Everyday. Jimmy Herring mystified through a blazin’ “Papa Johnny Road” from Ball (2003) before Dave Schools trounced a bouncy beat for “Walkin’ (For Your Love)” from their self-titled second album.Putting the pedal to the metal, the band came together nicely for a sizzlin’ “Papa’s Home”. This jam from Everyday has several tempo changes and breakdowns and had the audience stompin’ and dancin’ with a full display of the band’s collective talents. A dirty “Shut Up and Drive” from 2010’s Dirty Side Down segued into a heroic version of “Hatfield”. John Bell was in peak form and nailed the lyrics beautifully before dishing out a rousing rap with all the bells, whistles, and descriptions of “Hatfield’s mama with her two-string ukulele” intact.For only the fourth time since its debut at Panic en la Playa Siete, the band delved into a stirring rendition of “Sundown Betty” before cutting a suave cover of Bloodkin’s “Can’t Get High”. To close the set, the boys aced a frenzied “Action Man” from Don’t Tell the Band (2001), leaving the audience in a stunned stupor as they walked off the stage for setbreak.Upon returning to the stage, the band appropriately delved into a cover of Pops Staples‘ song “Hope in a Hopeless World” from Bombs & Butterflies as a homage to the missing teenager who jumped into the Mississippi River the night prior. Jimmy Herring electrified a cutting version of “Pilgrims”, another from Everyday, before JoJo Hermann took the helm for the beginning of a jam that didn’t relent until the end of the second set. An outstanding psychedelic massacre of J.J. Cale’s “Ride Me High” moved into a heavy and lively “Tie Your Shoes.” With repeating spiraling descents, the entire band came together to casually obliterate this jam.Duane Trucks commandeered the spotlight for a powerful percussive cornucopia before the band returned for the beginning of “Fishwater” with John Bell and Jimmy Herring acting as unstoppable forces. Cody Dickinson from North Mississippi Allstars came out with a washboard to supplement as Dave Schools and JoJo Hermann led the charge on “Big Wooly Mammoth”. The musicians returned from this beloved classic back into “Fishwater” with Cody Dickinson before allowing Sonny Ortiz time to wallop his drum kit with minimum help from Duane Trucks.Widespread Panic w/ Cody Dickinson – “Big Wooly Mammoth” > “Fishwater”[Video: Fred Ramadan]The band returned once more to finish “Fishwater” (this time without Cody Dickinson) before segueing into a raucous and sexy rendition of George Clinton’s “Red Hot Mama”. To conclude the second set and nearly eighty-minute sequence of nonstop jams, the boys hammered home the party-anthem “Chilly Water” complete with a night sky full of flying cups of water.For the encore’s first number, Jimmy Herring led the band through a scorching cover of Murray McLauchlan’s “Honky Red”. Before finishing the evening, John Bell said a few words to make light of last night’s tragic misfortune, “Ladies and gentlemen, this will be the ‘Last Dance’ of the evening. Please take care of each other, watch out for each other so you can live to play another day.” With that, the musicians closed with a cover of Neil Young’s “Last Dance” with a dreamy breakdown and emotionally wrought lyrics.Widespread Panic returns to the stage next on August 24th in Arrington, Virginia for the 6th annual LOCKN’ Festival. Many have speculated about with whom the band will be collaborating, and considering the band played three Neil Young covers this weekend, we can only hope that it is Ol’ Neil himself—or, at the very least, some members of his band, Promise of the Real, who are set to play LOCKN’ the same day as Panic. Until next time, my friends. Work hard, stay well. See the setlist below.For a full list of upcoming dates, head to Widespread Panic’s website.Setlist: Widespread Panic | Mud Island Amphitheater | Memphis, TN | 6/30/18Set 1 Disco, Wondering, Papa Johnny Road, Walkin’ (For Your Love), Papa’s Home, Shut Up and Drive > Hatfield, Sundown Betty, Can’t Get High, Action Man (71 mins)Set 2 Hope In A Hopeless World, Pilgrims, Ride Me High > Tie Your Shoes > Duane Drums > Fishwater > Big Wooly Mammoth* > Fishwater* > Sunny Drums > Fishwater > Red Hot Mama > Chilly Water (95 mins)Encore: Honky Red, Last Dance (18 mins)Notes * w/ Cody Dickinson on washboard (North Mississippi Allstars)
Read Full Story The National Digital Stewardship Residency Boston (NDSR-Boston) program, which focuses on developing professionals in digital stewardship through post-graduate residencies, announced their first cohort of residents. Each resident will take on a project at their host institution beginning in September 2014.The residents all have interesting and unique backgrounds with one common thread – a strong commitment to digital preservation and conservation.The NDSR Boston staff and hosts are excited to begin working with the residents. Andrea Goethals, project director and the Harvard Library host mentor, welcomed them, saying, “I know that I speak for all the Boston area hosts when I say that we are very impressed with the amount of enthusiasm, creativity and intelligence these residents are bringing to the program. We’re confident that their work at the host institutions will contribute significantly to each institution’s digital preservation program.”
We’re doing out best to live gently on the land. We would love to hear your suggestions, tips, and tricks as we continue on our adventure! What is Carbon Offsetting? This year, we’ve decided to Carbon Offset our tour. We include a lot of sustainable practices in our daily lives, but gasoline consumption is something we can’t change due to the nature of our job and living condition. When it is great for us to fly less and ‘travel slow,’ we are still using non-renewable resources. There is a lot of controversy surrounding carbon offsetting. Does the money actually get used for what it’s intended for? Can you really pay a few dollars and offset a flight across the ocean? Is this a band-aid for a larger problem? If you find the right program to support, the answer will be yes for all these questions. Yes, the money is used responsibly and goes toward any number of projects attempting to keep that amount of carbon out of the atmosphere from somewhere else (distributing efficient cooking stoves, renewable energy production, forest protection). Yes, you can buy carbon credits for a flight across the ocean (around $25) and keep that amount of carbon from entering the atmosphere somewhere else. Is this a band-aid for a larger problem? Absolutely, but it is one piece in the climate change puzzle that we can influence directly right now. We are trying to do as much as we can as two humans traveling in a van throughout the country, and this is a part of that. This is important because each of us is responsible for doing as much as we can to halt climate change and leave a healthy and happy Earth for generations to come. We have been at odds for the past two years during this tour. On one hand, we feel closer to nature living from a van. We wake up with the sun, fall asleep with the crickets, and base our days around weather patterns. On the other hand, we use fossil fuels to get around, a resource that is finite, harmful to extract from the earth, and continues to cause serious economic and political strife. We researched a lot of companies to find what programs we identified with the most. We landed on Stand for Trees and Cool Effect. It is important to put in research time before choosing a program to support. There are many that might not be as transparent. Both sites we chose have calculators so you can estimate your carbon output. You can offset a single road trip, the carbon output of living in a house, and single or multiple flights. We are personally donating $50 total each month we are on tour (we plan on continuing to donate personally when the tour is over). Blue Ridge Outdoors and Elevation Outdoors Magazine are donating $25, and we are matching their donation with our personal funds. Fifty dollars is far more than needed to cover the cost of our travels according to the calculator, but hopefully the extra will cover other trips and ways that we release carbon into the atmosphere. Who are we Purchasing Credits From? There is one way for this tour to be a reality– our sponsors! Sending a thank you shout out to all of our awesome sponsors that make this tour happen: Sea to Summit, Mountain House, Lowe Alpine, Leki, Big Agnes, Stio, Roofnest, and Franklin County, VA. Is this Controversial? Carbon offsetting is reducing carbon dioxide or other greenhouse gases made to compensate for carbon dioxide or other greenhouse gases created elsewhere (by you). Carbon offsetting is measured in tonnes of carbon dioxide-equivalent (CO2e). For every tonne of carbon you produce, you can offset a tonne of carbon by a different means. Usually, payment to a program that is working to offset carbon production.
Hansi Flick’s Bayern are eager to continue the trend and again assert their dominance over Dortmund, who they routed 4-0 in Munich last November.”We’re looking forward to Tuesday – I hope that we can show what makes us strong and leave Dortmund’s stadium with a smile,” added Mueller.Signal Iduna Park would normally be packed with 82,000 fans for a visit of Bayern, but the terraces will remain empty on Tuesday.”It will still be a hard day’s work,” Mueller added.”We’re marching, Dortmund is marching.”Dortmund winger Raphael Guerreiro is in form with three goals in his last two games and was on the scoresheet in Saturday’s 2-0 win at Wolfsburg. The Portugal star also netted twice in the 4-0 rout of arch rivals Schalke the previous weekend in the Ruhr derby.Dortmund are waiting on the fitness of key defender Mats Hummels, who injured his Achilles’ tendon at Wolfsburg.In the Bayern camp, midfielder Thiago Alcantara has a groin strain while centre-back Jerome Boateng picked up a leg knock on Saturday.Having beaten Bayern 2-0 at home in the pre-season Super Cup match last August and 3-2 in the league in November 2018, Dortmund are eager to again send the Bavarians home disappointed.”I hope we can get the next victory,” said Dortmund’s Swiss centre-back Manuel Akanji.”Since I’ve been here, we’ve always lost to Bayern away, but won at home. I want to keep this series going.”Tuesday’s showdown will also pit the league’s top-scorer Robert Lewandowski, 31, who has scored 27 goals in 25 games for Bayern, against his former club.For the hosts, Norwegian sensation Erling Braut Haaland, 19, has scored ten goals in as many league games since joining Dortmund in January from Salzburg.Haaland and Lewandowski have exactly the same record – 41 goals from 35 games in all competitions this season.England winger Jadon Sancho came off the bench to set up Achrif Hakimi for the second goal in Wolfsburg.Dortmund coach Lucien Favre has hinted the 20-year-old could start against Bayern.On Wednesday, third-placed RB Leipzig host Hertha Berlin in the day’s key game.Germany striker Timo Werner warmed up with a hat-trick in Sunday’s 5-0 thumping of Mainz.He had also scored a hat-trick in an 8-0 mauling of Mainz last November.Topics : Bayern Munich aim to continue the Bundesliga’s current trend of teams winning on the road behind closed doors when they face Borussia Dortmund in a potential title decider on Tuesday.Leaders Bayern arrive at second-placed Dortmund four points clear and on course for an eighth straight title.”For us this is a very decisive week,” insisted Bayern forward Thomas Mueller. “We’ve clearly set ourselves the goal of three victories this week and taking a giant step forward” towards the league title. Bayern warmed-up by beating Eintracht Frankfurt 5-2 at the weekend and also host relegation-threatened Fortuna Duesseldorf this Saturday.Since the Bundesliga resumed ten days ago, behind locked doors due to the coronavirus, home advantage has counted for little with 10 of the 18 games played won by the away team.Bayern and Dortmund are among only three clubs — the other being Hertha Berlin who thrashed neighbours FC Union 4-0 on Friday — to have won at home since the restart.
“A week after the blast, the World Health Organization is still concerned about the health and wellbeing of people who were injured, lost loved ones, or became homeless, and it’s expected (that) recovery from the psychological pain from the blast will last much longer,” said Rana Hajjeh, WHO’s regional programme director.”In particular, we are concerned about the return of COVID-19 in Lebanon. We have launched an appeal for $76 million, and ask the international community to support the Lebanese people and show solidarity with them in every way possible.”The loss of hospital beds had “clear implications for the management of COVID as well as other medical conditions”, said Richard Brennan, WHO’s regional emergency director.Initial results from an assessment of 55 primary healthcare clinics and centers across Beirut showed just over half are not functioning, with the remainder functioning at varying levels, Brennan said.The WHO has so far brought in 25 tons of personal protective equipment (PPE), distributed trauma and surgical supplies to 2,000 patients at 10 hospitals, and is working with at least 11 emergency medical teams that have arrived from overseas, officials said. Topics : The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday it had appealed for $76 million in aid for Lebanon after last week’s massive explosion in Beirut destroyed or damaged hospitals, clinics and medical supplies.Lebanon was already struggling with a financial crisis and a rise in the number of new coronavirus cases before the Aug. 4 explosion in the capital’s port area that left at least 171 dead and injured some 6,000.The blast put three hospitals out of operation and has left three others working at partial capacity, reducing the number of beds in public and private hospitals by 500-600, WHO officials told an online press conference.
77-81 Beenleigh Redland Bay Road.An acreage property south of Brisbane has hit the market with a very unique advantage, an annual $50,000 pay cheque.And the best part is the owner does not have to do a thing to get the money.The 2.05ha property at 77-81 Beenleigh Redland Bay Road in Loganholme goes to auction next month, complete with a four-bedroom home, pool, shed and a mobile phone tower.The tall tower might not appeal to everyone, but for the owners it has meant a steady stream of income from the telcos over the last 20 years – and their phone reception is always at crystal clear.The tower is located behind a workshed.In November the owner of the property will get a cheque for just over $50,000 from the three telecommunication companies that use the tower.The payment started out at $15,500 when the tower was constructed, but has steadily increased in the subsequent years.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:02Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:02 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD576p576p360p360p270p270pAutoA, 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 Rate1xFullscreenAndrew Winter: How to flaunt your Unique Selling Point01:02AUSTRALIA’S BIGGEST BACKYARD WATERSLIDE1918 COTTAGE RESTORED TO FORMER GLORY GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HEREThe four-bedroom home has air-conditioning and solar panels.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoElders Shailer Park agent Simon Buchan said the tower, and the sizable revenue it generated, made it difficult to determine just how much the property was worth.“I even had a valuer out there and he said he didn’t even know where to start,” Mr Buchan said.The acreage property could be perfect for truckies or people with horses.Without the tower, he estimated the property would be worth under a million, but the addition of the tower it was very unique.For the current owners, a retired couple, the payments from the tower has easily surpassed the $140,000 they paid they originally paid for the property.There is no problem with phone reception at this property.“I would like to get that 50 grand in my bank account each year,” he said.Several groups had been through the property, and although the tower did not appeal to everyone, most people liked the idea of collecting a big cheque each 12 months.“And your mates will never get lost trying to find your place, you’ll just say follow the mobile tower,” he said.It also comes with a pool and a large shed with three phase power.The property will go under the hammer on Saturday, February 10 at 3pm.FOLLOW BARCLAY WHITE ON TWITTER
The fourth round of offshore wind leasing in the UK will not take place until after the summer, The Crown Estate announced after assessing the latest market feedback.The Crown Estate has updated the plans for the new offshore wind leasing summarising the received feedback from developers since the November engagement events and confirming how it will be taken forward.A new tender requirement has been introduced to ensure that projects are awarded across a minimum of three seabed regions, to help facilitate greater geographic diversity of the pipeline.In addition, refinement has been made to the proposals on the number of project bids per bidder, to provide the option to bid for up to five variations of site boundaries, anchored at each of five locations, totaling a maximum of 25 possible site options.The lease terms have been increased from 50 to 60 years, which, as the UK authority said, is sufficient for two project cycles.Alternative options for the commercial assessment phase at the Invitation to Tender (ITT) are being explored in order to introduce greater transparency for bidders and help inform decisions on project location and option fee bid price.“These latest refinements to Round 4 come as a direct result of listening closely to the hugely valuable feedback we’ve received, supporting our ongoing work to meet the needs of an ambitious wind energy market, while balancing a wide range of other interests in the marine environment,” said Jonny Boston, Business Development Manager at The Crown Estate.“While the additional work we are committing to at this stage requires us to revise our timescales for the launch of Round 4, we are confident that developers and stakeholders will value the time we are investing now to address their feedback, ensuring our final designs offer a robust and attractive proposition, supporting the continued growth of the UK’s world leading offshore wind sector.”The Crown Estate said it will share a further market update once the work required to develop and stress test the new element of the tender design is completed Ongoing stakeholder engagement will continue simultaneously.
Police search for woman believed to have stolen jewelry from the Aurora store.Authorities are investigating an alleged jewelry theft from the Aurora Walmart.Police Chief Josh Daugherty said his agency is seeking assistance from the community in identifying suspects they believe to be involved in the theft on Wednesday, Jan., 29, around 6:30 p.m.Approximately $375 worth of jewelry was stolen, Daugherty added.Police are searching for a dark haired, white female who reportedly took numerous items. Other suspects arrived with the female and may have assisted in the theft.It’s been a difficult month for the Aurora Walmart. Autorties are also searching for two men they believe stole $6,5000 worth of iPhones from the store on Thursday, Feb. 13.If you recognize any of these individuals, please contact the Aurora Police Department at (812) 926-1101.Multiple suspects are being sought for alleged involvement in a Walmart jewelry heist.(Image: Aurora Police Department)(Image: Aurora Police Department)
SPC Jacob Lyerla was severely injured in September 2009 serving in Afghanistan. (Image: Homes for Our Troops)MILROY – A local wounded warrior will be honored this weekend for his sacrifice and service to the country.Home for Our Troops, a non-profit organization builds specially adapted homes for disabled veterans.Along with local supporters, the nationwide group will break ground on a new handicapped accessible home in Milroy on Saturday.Army SPC Jacob Lyerla, of Milroy, was severely injured on September 21, 2009 when he was thrown from the turret of his vehicle during an enemy attack in Kandahar, Afghanistan.While driving past a bus station and following up on suspicious activity, members of the 4th Engineers unit were hit by an improvised explosive device (IED).The subsequent blast ejected SPC Lyerla, causing multiple injuries to his right leg and rendering him a paraplegic upon impact.SPC Lyerla was just 19 at the time of his injury and on his first deployment.Now medically retired, Lyerla calls the prospective home another step in his recovery.“This is going to push me to the next level of being independent. Maybe I will find a job or go to college, or just find something to help me keep on-keeping on,” Lyerla said.The mortgage-free home will provide the veteran with an opportunity to live in his own specially designed home modified to fit his needs.Community members are invited to attend the official groundbreaking ceremony at 800 West State Road 244 in Milroy at 11 a.m. Saturday.Organizers say it’s a chance to learn how you, your family, your company and friends can support Lyerla, and this project throughout construction.For those interesting in attending the ceremony RSVP here >>PG Gentrup, of Rising Sun, helped with the Homes for our Troops project for wounded Lawrenceburg soldier Brett Bondurant earlier this year.“Jacob Lyerla, and Brett Bondurant, these are true American heroes. They came really close to losing their lives on the battlefields in Iraq and Afganistan,” Gentrup commented.“We need to remember that and help keep take care of them. Let’s show this young man, who was badly injured at age 19, that the people of Indiana support him.”
Lawrenceburg, In. — State Representative Randy Frye has been an advocate of adding a fourth Indiana port in the Lawrenceburg area.Currently the 725-acre site, formerly a coal-fired power plant, is being cleaned up by the Commercial Development Company, Inc. “CDC has tremendous experience with redevelopment and remediation projects, which coupled with our team’s maritime and logistical expertise, creates a unique opportunity to pursue development of a port at this location,” Rich Cooper, CEO for the Ports of Indiana, stated in a news release.Site mitigation is scheduled to be complete by December 30, 2018.The Ports of Indiana operates three existing ports at Mt. Vernon, Burns Harbor and Jeffersonville. The organization employs 15,000 people and generates $4 billion annually in revenue for the state.Frye says if site mitigation is on schedule some construction activity could begin in the summer of 2019.