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Jefferson Waful Talks Umphrey’s, Collaborating With Chris Kuroda On New Inside Out WTNS Podcast Mini-Episode


first_imgOur newest episode of Inside Out With Turner And Seth is in fact the first of a limited amount of miniature “Tweener Episodes.” These episodes will feature snippets from interviews conducted for The Podcast in advance of its partnership with us at L4LM. The “Tweener Episodes” will essentially be appetizers for your ears to keep you satisfied until the next full episode of this biweekly Podcast. You can expect two fresh, full episodes a month moving forward.In keeping with the Umphrey’s McGee theme this month, after running a two part interview with Brendan Bayliss, this mini-episode features an interview with UM lighting director, Jefferson Waful. He reveals how a collaboration with a veteran lighting and laser director at Wanee Festival was inspired by Jefferson’s collaboration with Chris Kuroda, just weeks before that festival.You can listen to the new episode, streaming below.Umphrey’s month on the Podcast will continue next week with a full episode, which features an extended interview with front-of-house sound engineer Chris Mitchell.The long-running Inside Out With Turner And Seth podcast brings you a fresh take on the music scene by combining behind-the-scenes and fan perspectives. Each episode features engaging interviews with your favorite artists and insightful commentary from genre veterans sprinkled with comedy. For more Inside Out With Turner And Seth episodes, head to their SoundCloud or their page on iTunes. You can also email the Podcast here (insideoutwtns@gmail.com), to submit feedback that may be read on future episodes!last_img read more


Part & Parcel Host Guest-Filled Corduroy Classic Ft. Members Of Railroad Earth, Kitchen Dwellers, & More [Photos]


first_imgIn 2016, up-and-coming bluegrass act Part & Parcel thought it would be fun to get some local Colorado-based artists together and host a charitable night of musical collaborations, during a night dubbed the “Corduroy Classic.” On Friday night, Denver, CO’s Cervantes’ Other Side hosted the third annual Corduroy Classic, which saw performances from host band Part & Parcel, in addition to Railroad Earth’s Tim Carbone, Emily Clark, members of the Kitchen Dwellers, Sweet Lillies, Tenth Mountain Division, Analog Son, and the Wilkolak Brothers. Local Colorado band Liver Down By The River handled the evening’s opening duties.Part & Parcel’s third annual Corduroy Classic helped raise money on behalf of RIP Medical Debt. The nonprofit makes it easy for donors to make an impactful difference in the lives of those struggling with medical debt. Due to the fact that they are able to purchase debt for pennies on the dollar, RIP Medical Debt allows donors to maximize the value of their contribution. For every $1,000 Part & Parcel raised, RIP Medical Debt will be able to eliminate nearly $10,000 worth of medical debt.Following a set of Part & Parcel’s original tunes, the five-piece opened up their collaborative “Corduroy Classic” set with a cover of Pink Floyd’s “In The Flesh?”, as Tenth Mountain Division’s Campbell Thomas lent a helping hand on keyboards. Up next was a take on Sturgill Simpson’s “Keep It Between The Lines”, which included Thomas and bandmate Andrew Cooney, as well Matt Wilkolak, Mark Wilkolak, and Mama Magnolia’s Alex Cazet on horns.Part & Parcel continued with their spot-on song selection, delivering a cover of Cake’s “Love You Madly”, with Emily Clark leading the way on vocals. The five-piece then invited up the Sweet Lillies’ Becca Bisque for “Waiting For A Superman”, before the Kitchen Dwellers’ Shawn Swain joined on a cover of Modest Mouse’s “Paper Thin Walls”. Railroad Earth’s Tim Carbone joined the party for “Get No Better”, and stayed onstage to help with “Hammer and Nails”, “New Speedway Boogie”, and “Canned Heat”. Part & Parcel brought the collaborative set to a close with Little Feat’s “On Your Way Down” into the Talking Heads’ “Girlfriend Is Better”. The band came back out to encore a cover of Tyler Childers’ “Whitehouse Road”, before ending the evening with the Grateful Dead’s “And We Bid You Goodnight”.Luckily, photographer Alan Westman was there to capture mesmerizing images of Part & Parcel’s Corduroy Classic. Check out a gallery of photos below.Setlist: Part & Parcel’s Corduroy Classic | Cervantes’ Other Side | Denver, CO | 11/16/2017Set: In The Flesh?, Keep It Between The Lines, Love You Madly, Waiting For A Superman, Paper Thin Walls, Get No Better, All Apologies > Wayfaring Stranger, Hammer and Nails > New Speedway Boogie, Canned Heat, Take Me Out > Robot Rock > Take Me Out, On Your Way Down > Girlfriend Is BetterEncore: Whitehouse Road, And We Bid You GoodnightPart & Parcel’s Corduroy Classic | Cervantes’ Other Side | Denver, CO | 11/16/2018 | Photos: Alan Westman Load remaining imageslast_img read more


Dangerous pathogen research should be stopped — for good


first_imgResearch on extremely dangerous pathogens — on “pause” in the U.S. as scientific panels consider whether or not to continue federal funding for such work — should be stopped altogether, says Marc Lipsitch, professor of epidemiology and director of the Center for Communicable Disease Dynamics at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.Research on so-called potential pandemic pathogens (PPPs) is “exceptionally risky and has little public health benefit,” Lipsitch wrote in a January 20, 2015 article in Scientific American. PPPs are virus strains for which we have no natural immunity and no vaccines. If such strains are accidentally released it could cause “a global catastrophe” claiming millions of lives, Lipsitch said.Before extremely risky research is allowed to continue, “objective, credible, disinterested and quantitative risk-benefit analysis is needed,” Lipsitch wrote. Read Full Storylast_img read more


Glee Makes the Move to New York for the Rest of Season Five


first_img It was previously reported that after the musical comedy celebrates its 100th episode that will feature Gwyneth Paltrow, Kristin Chenoweth, and most of the original cast, the show would do several episodes in New York City focusing on Rachel (Lea Michele), Blaine (Darren Criss), Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Sam (Chord Overstreet). Kristin Chenoweth Star Files With the change of scenery Glee will get some cast revamps but details are still unclear. “Some are going to be graduating and moving; creatively, it would be ridiculous that everybody moves to New York,” Reilly said. “There will be some that will graduate and move on and they’ll arc back in when we do special episodes. They’ll always be a part of it… But for this season, there will be a graduation, several of the cast members will move on and a few others will go to New York.” Darren Crisscenter_img Lea Michele View Comments Bye bye McKinley High, hello Broadway! Glee is set to film the remainder of season five in New York, according to Entertainment Weekly. At a Television Critics Association panel on January 13, Fox entertainment chair Kevin Reilly confirmed the long-rumored plans that the rest of this season will be set entirely in the Big Apple.last_img read more


Analysts doubt business value of Zinke’s military base plan for coal exports


first_imgAnalysts doubt business value of Zinke’s military base plan for coal exports FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享S&P Global Market Intelligence ($):A proposal being considered by the Trump administration to use U.S. West Coast military installations for exporting coal and liquefied natural gas would face significant bureaucratic, economic and national security obstacles before it could become a reality. Even if it cleared those obstacles, the proposal would likely fail in its aim to circumvent environmental opposition in Western states, according to numerous experts.“It doesn’t seem to make sense from a business perspective, from a permitting perspective, and from a national security perspective,” said Tom Hicks, a former acting undersecretary of the U.S. Navy who is now a principal at the Mabus Group, a firm that consults on matters including energy. “… You just wouldn’t do it for all kinds of reasons.”U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke described the proposal in a recent interview with the Associated Press as a way to advance national security by boosting exports of U.S. fuels to Asian markets.However, a move to site export facilities on military bases would require government agencies and developers to address security and safety concerns, including concentrations of people, the presence of ammunition depots, and critical infrastructure and assets such as nuclear-powered aircraft carriers. Experts were also skeptical about how much red tape the idea would actually cut, because developing export facilities would still require state and federal approvals that opponents could contest.“If you are looking at exports off the West Coast, whether it’s LNG or coal or oil or any other energy commodity, you are just going to get resistance from the local population,” Bob Ineson, executive director of global LNG research at IHS Markit, said about the Trump administration proposal. “And I’m not sure that using a federal site is going to change that. You’ve still got to go through the approval process. You’ve still got to get rail or pipe in there.”More ($): Proposal to export gas, coal from US military bases faces major obstacleslast_img read more


The Most Colorful Time to Get Tucker’d


first_imgStep outside, take a deep breath and let your lungs fill with paradise. This is fall at its very best, when autumn’s early arrival transforms Tucker County, West Virginia into an explosion of color. Loyal leaf peepers joyfully make their annual pilgrimage here and are rewarded with hues of blazing intensity. The legendary Leaf Peeper’s Festival, September 23rd – 25th, just might be the ultimate celebration of fall color. From the rugged beauty of the Blackwater Falls State Park to the pristine backcountry of the Dolly Sods wilderness and the breathtaking views at Lindy Point, this is a world untouched, unhurried, and unrivaled. Endless outdoor adventure makes getting “tucker’d” in Tucker County irresistible. Enjoy activities in the National Forest with epic mountain bike trails or gentle and scenic rail trails. A vast network of well-maintained trails allows firsthand access to a world of natural wonder. The Canaan Valley chairlifts run throughout the fall season, and just might be the best way to take in the colors of the valley and surrounding mountains. You’ll also find some of the East’s wildest areas here, including two Federal Wilderness Areas and Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge.canaanvalley-weisler-0022 Fall in Tucker County brings with it plenty of fairs, festivals and friskiness. Sip a craft beer, an espresso, or a hot chocolate, and savor the folksy warmth and spirited music of the season. Raise your mug with an “ale to autumn” at one of the area’s three microbreweries—Mountain State Brewing Company, Blackwater Falls Brewery and the newest addition, Stumptown Ales. Explore the charming nooks and crannies of the quaint small towns of Davis, Thomas and Parsons where lively street pubs, corner cafes and eclectic shops provide a warm welcome. Make fall more colorful than ever with a visit to Tucker County, West Virginia. To learn more or for a free Travel Guide, visit canaanvalley.org or call 800-782-2775.last_img read more


Save $200 on spring compliance school until Friday


first_img continue reading » 10SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Early-bird registration savings of $200 end Friday for NAFCU’s spring Regulatory Compliance School, March 19-23 in Arlington, Va. Credit unions can save with the code SCHOOLSAVINGS until 11:59 p.m. Eastern Jan. 26.The Regulatory Compliance School gives credit unions a comprehensive understanding of the regulations and federal agencies that impact day-to-day operations. The conference will begin with a welcome address by NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger.During the five-day conference, attendees have the opportunity to earn credits to become a NAFCU Certified Compliance Officer (NCCO), which has earned ASAE’s 2017 Power of A Gold Award. Leading compliance experts will also provide updates on regulatory issues most important to credit unions, an overview of NCUA supervision and examinations and much more.last_img read more


Ministry of Agriculture Unveils Coronavirus Food Production Plan for Food Security


first_img Tweet CoronavirusLifestyleLocalNews Ministry of Agriculture Unveils Coronavirus Food Production Plan for Food Security by: – April 1, 2020 Share 388 Views   no discussions Sharecenter_img Sharing is caring!                     Ryan Anselm A Coronavirus Food Production Plan is being used by the Ministry of Agriculture to ensure that locals will continue to have access to fresh produce although much of the country is closed.The Government of Dominica spent EC$162,000 to procure seeds and produce seedlings and planting materials to be distributed island wide.The plan with guidelines outlined by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Ministry of Health, Wellness and New Health Investment concentrates on food production as an apparatus to prepare, mitigate and respond to and recover from the COVID19 pandemic with special emphasis on national Food Security.Technical Officer for Projects and Services in the Ministry of Agriculture, Ryan Anselm detailed, “We are propagating seedlings at our agricultural stations and we are also producing some of the food.”He says at the Laplaine Agricultural Station, crops like corn, beans and sweet potatoes are being grown for use by the essential services including the hospitals and prison.Some of those seedlings are being propagated at the One Mile Agricultural Station in Portsmouth which has the capacity to produce hundreds of thousands of plants.The Chinese Agricultural Mission has been based at that station and is providing support to that project.A greenhouse has been retrofitted at the Botanic Gardens for the purpose of growing seedlings.“We’ve started sowing tomatoes, lettuce, pumpkin and cucumber,” Anselm revealed. “We are doing 10,000 lettuce and cabbage seedlings and 5,000 sweet peppers, tomatoes and pumpkin.”Farmers with the capacity to propagate their own seedlings will be provided with seeds to do so.Farmers are encouraged to contact their extension officers but the Ministry is putting together a mechanism for distribution.Backyard gardeners and hobbyists will also form part of the process upon completion of distribution of commercial and subsistence farmers.– / 7 Sharelast_img read more


Antique execs back anti-terrorism bill


first_imgThe resolution stated: “Ang local na pamahalaan ng Antique ay lubos na sumusuporta sa panukalang batas na Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020 para matugunan at masugpo ang matagal ng paghihimagsik at paghahasik ng karahasan ng terrorismo. Ito ay nagdudulot ng malaking problema na kung saan ang karapatang indibiwal ay naisasangwalang bahala at naisasakripisyo sa kadahilanan ang mananaig ay ang ipinaglalaban at pansriling kapakanan ng mga terorista.” The bill carries provisions imposing life imprisonment without parole on those who will participate in the planning, training, preparation, and facilitation of a terrorist act; possess objects connected with the preparation for the commission of terrorism; or collect or make documents connected with the preparation of terrorism. ILOILO City – Local chief executives in Antique province have expressed support for House Bill 6875, or the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020. Pancito said the support of the local government units (LGUs) for the bill shows they want to end terrorists’ activities in their respective areas.   In Iloilo province, only the municipality of Janiuay has expressed support for the bill. It also calls for 12 years imprisonment to persons who shall threaten to commit terrorism and those who will propose any terroristic acts or incite others to commit terrorism. The people have nothing to fear from this bill. It is only the terrorists and their supporters who should fear it,” says Philippine Army’s 3rd Infantry Division spokesperson Major Cenon Pancito III. PIA “We are happy that the LGUs expressed their support. We in the army and other law enforcement service firmly believe that this bill can help us in the performance of our duties maintaining the whole 3ID area of responsibility. Anything that will be accorded to help us do our job will be much appreciated,” said Pancito. Gov. Rhodora Cadiao and all the 18 mayors of Antique passed a resolution though their Provincial Peace and Order Council to express their full support for bill that is now in the hands of President Rodrigo Duterte for a review, said Major Cenon Pancito III, spokesperson of the Philippine Army’s 3rd Infantry Division (3ID). Kung ninanais natin ang isang bansang maunlad, ito na ang panahon upang magkaroon ng mabisang panangga sa kriminalidad, terrorismo, droga, at korapsyon,” it added. “The people have nothing to fear from this bill. It is only the terrorists and their supporters who should fear it,” he added./PNlast_img read more