Mike Gantzer and Rob Houk from Aqueous and Craig Brodhead from Turkuaz have an exciting new side project on the horizon. While Aqueous is rooted in the more traditional jam band genre and Turkuaz is currently one of the most buzzed-about funk acts on the scene, this new project dubbed SYNCPULSE will allow the three musicians to explore more electronic side of music. As Craig Brodhead described in a Facebook post, “I’ll be doing live sequenced synths and loops with Mike and Rob on guitar and drums! It’s gonna be fun and weird and awesome.”SYNCPULSE makes its debut on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, November 25th, at the Grog Shop in Cleveland, Ohio. To check out this exciting new electronic-inspired project from Gantzer, Houk, and Brodhead, you can purchase tickets here.
In October, The Claypool Lennon Delirium announced their second album together, South of Reality, due out February 22 via ATO. South of Reality is the follow-up to 2016’s Monolith of Phobos, the band’s debut record that displayed their fascinatingly raw authenticity, and 2017’s Lime And Limpid Green EP, which featured psychedelic covers of Pink Floyd, The Who, King Crimson, and Flower Travellin’ Band. Along with the duo’s exciting album announcement, The Claypool Lennon Delirium shared the album’s first single, an epic, 6-minute and 30-second composition, “Blood and Rockets (Movement I, Saga Of Jack Parsons – Movement II, Too The Moon)”. On Wednesday, Les Claypool and Sean Lennon shared a new psychedelic video to accompany the song’s two movements. Created by Rich Ragsdale, the animated masterpiece cleverly follows the song’s lyrical narrative, with splashes of explosive color and light sprinkled in. Watch The Claypool Lennon Delirium’s new video below:The Claypool Lennon Delirium – “Blood and Rockets (Movement I, Saga Of Jack Parsons – Movement II, Too The Moon)”[Video: TCLDeliriumVEVO]For a full list of The Claypool Lennon Delirium’s upcoming tour dates and ticketing, head to the band’s website.
Record flooding in West Virginia has killed at least 24 people, destroyed hundreds of homes, and stranded thousands. Parts of West Virginia received 10 inches of rain, swelling mountain creeks and rivers across the region. West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin has declared a state of emergency for 44 of West Virginia’s 55 counties as boats, helicopters, and National Guard troops rescue people from rooftops and cars.In the aftermath, several local and regional organizations have stepped up to help. The Ohio Valley Environmental Council (OVEC) have established drop-off locations for supplies that will be distributed across West Virginia. A complete list of drop-off locations can be found at their website. Items most in need include bottled water, nonperishable food items, clothing, toiletries, diapers, and flashlights. OVEC is also seeking volunteers to help load and distribute emergency supplies: ohvec.org.Relief supplies can also be donated at the State Capitol in Charleston, W.Va. from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.West Virginia American Water is supplying tankers of water while they work to restore water service to the region. Residents should bring their own containers to fill. Tanker locations can be found at facebook.com/wvamwater.The Kanawha-Charleston Humane Society is coordinating the search for lost and missing pets: 304-342-1576.For those outside the area wishing to help, donations to the Red Cross is the best and most reliable way. Donate by visiting redcross.org, calling 1-800-RED CROSS or texting the word REDCROSS to 90999.Interested in lending a hand? The Red Cross also needs on-the-ground volunteers: volunteerconnection.redcross.org.West Virginia University is also leading donation and volunteer efforts. Its Dollars for Disaster West Virginia Flood Relief is partnered with the American Red Cross and United Way; donate here.
April 1, 2005 Regular News Ad rules, no new fees budget on the agenda Board of Governors also to take up revenue splits and gay adoptions at its Tallahassee meeting Proposed new advertising rules and a possible alteration of how revenues are split between the Bar and its sections are on the agenda for the Bar Board of Governors’ April 8 meeting. The board is also expected to revisit the gay adoption issue, although in a somewhat different form.And if that won’t keep it busy, the board will get the 2005-06 budget — which calls for no increase in annual fees — to consider and pass on first reading.The Advertising Task Force 2004 has been working since early last year reviewing Bar ad rules and taking public testimony. The task force presented its final recommendations to the board at its January 28 meeting.Among the recommendations, the task force proposed a voluntary ad screening program. That would give lawyers immunity from prosecution if they submit their ads for review and don’t publish until the Bar approves them, and then a rule violation was later discovered. The task force also recommended against a proposal that would have extended the 30-day waiting period for direct mail solicitations to criminal and traffic cases.Board members, though, have said they may consider alternatives to both of those proposals. One would be a requirement that all ads that contain more than basic, approved information be submitted to the Bar for approval before those ads are published or aired. Some also favored extending the direct mail solicitation waiting period to criminal and traffic cases.Another potential point of debate is the task force’s recommendation that lawyer Internet Web sites be treated as information provided at the request of a potential client. That would exempt the sites from the ad rules, although they would still be bound by general rules that prohibit them from being false, misleading, or deceptive.But some board members have said they favor regulating Web sites, likening them to Yellow Pages ads and saying in a technological age they could be even more heavily used by consumers in the future.The issue with the sections is over how revenues for CLE courses are split and how the Bar supports section operations in other ways. A report to the board in January noted that the Bar loses hundreds of thousands of dollars annually in direct and indirect administrative support for the sections, more than is made from CLE profits. The report also noted that a couple years ago, the Bar lost more than $200,000 on section CLE operations, although policies have been changed to make that less likely.Section officials have advocated that there be no change, noting that the Bar — not sections — controls the administrative expenses it is worried about.Board members in January said they are interested in a solution amenable to the sections, but want the Bar to lose less money in supporting sections. They noted that most Bar members do not belong to sections and it’s not fair to use their membership fees to extensively subsidize sections.No less contentious is the issue of gay adoption. At its December meeting, after extensive debate, the board rejected 31-13 a request by the Family Law Section, Public Interest Law Section, and Equal Opportunities Law Section to support the repeal of a state law that bans homosexuals from adopting.Under Bar policies, once a proposed position has been rejected, a section cannot again request it during that legislative year.But the Family Law Section is now seeking permission to lobby for a more limited bill that has been introduced in the House. Instead of repealing the ban, it would provide that the statute did not apply in the case where a foster parent or parents had cared for the child for 36 months, had formed a bond, and a judge found it was in the best interests of the child.A similar bill has been introduced in the Senate, but without the 36-month requirement.Under Bar policies, sections — which have a voluntary membership and use their own money — are given a wide latitude on issues they want to lobby. Sections, though, must identify that they are representing only the section and not the entire Bar and cannot take a position opposite a Bar-wide position.Another legislative issue, tabled at the last meeting, is a proposal from the Bar’s Special Committee on Constitutional Amendments. The committee recommended that all amendments, whether proposed by amendment or by initiative petition, be reviewed by the Supreme Court to ensure they belong in the state’s basic governing charter. According to the committee’s motion, those amendments should deal with existing sections of the constitution, with the structure of state government, or basic rights of citizens.On fiscal matters, the board will get its first look at the 2005-06 budget. Tentative numbers project that no increase in annual fees will be needed. Tentative numbers project that the Bar will have an income of around $30.5 million with a budget surplus of around $500,000.The board will pass the budget, with any amendments, on first reading and then publish in the Bar News. Any comments from Bar members will be considered at the board’s June 3 meeting, when the budget will receive final approval and then be forwarded to the Supreme Court.Activities related to the April 8 meeting will include the Supreme Court’s annual pro bono awards, presented at the court the day before the board meeting. Also, Supreme Court Chief Justice Barbara Pariente is expected to make brief remarks at the board meeting. Ad rules, no new fees budget on the agenda
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A Kings Park woman has been indicted on upgraded charges that include vehicular homicide for allegedly driving drunk and causing a crash that killed a 59-year-old man in Smithtown two months ago.Natalia Simons pleaded not guilty at Suffolk County court Wednesday to that count and 11 other charges, including vehicular manslaughter, assault, reckless driving, speeding and failure to maintain lane. She was initially charged with driving while intoxicated.Prosecutors said the 36-year-old woman was driving a Nissan Rogue northbound on Route 25A when her vehicle crossed over into the opposite lane of traffic and struck a southbound Toyota Camry shortly after midnight Friday, March 13.The other driver, Larry Garwood, of Island Park, was taken to St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead. The victim was employed at the hospital as a radiology supervisor.Judge Fernando Comacho set bail for Simons at $50,000.
NCUA headquarters 2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The National Credit Union Association outlines basic requirements for business continuity planning, but are they stringent enough to protect your credit union? At Ongoing Operations, we believe that a business continuity plan should cover all contingencies, and below are just a few of our suggestions.All credit unions must adhere to the NCUA standards for business continuity planning, but those guidelines are a bare minimum for operations. While some jokes about bare minimums come to mind (e.g. “Q: What do you call the person who graduated last in their class in medical school? A: Doctor”), it bears noting that the punchlines indicate a certain lack of trust placed in the expertise of those doing the bare minimum. If credit unions wish to gain the trust of their members and their board, they should expect to go above and beyond the minimal requirements set forth by the NCUA.Testing Your Continuity PlanWhen you’re testing your business continuity plan, whether it be through a tabletop exercise involving your employees or disaster recovery testing for your technology and processes, it’s important to remember that the NCUA guidelines mandate only general solutions for general problems. At Ongoing Operations, we recognize that not all risks to your credit union will fit under that general mandate umbrella. continue reading »
Arsenal closing in on £5m Cedric Soares as Southampton contract expires in the summer Comment Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 29 Jan 2020 2:59 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link11.5kShares Cedric Soares is close to completing a move to Arsenal (Picture: Getty Images)Arsenal are close to securing a surprise move for Southampton right-back Cedric Soares who is expected to complete a £5m move this week.The 28-year-old’s contract at St Mary’s runs out at the end of the season and he appears to have no intention of extending it.The Gunners are looking to strengthen their defensive options, having suffered a string of injuries at the back this season and Soares presents an affordable and ready-made option.The Portugal international, who was born in Germany, moved to the Saints from Sporting in June 2015 for a fee of just under £5m.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTHe has gone on to make over 100 Premier League appearances for Southampton, while he also spent a brief spell on loan at Inter Milan in January 2019, but returned and has started 16 Premier League games this season.Soares has picked up 33 caps for Portugal and was part of the squad that won Euro 2016.Southampton are set to loan right-back Kyle Walker-Peters from Tottenham, which will pave the way for their north London rivals to bring in Soares.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityThe signing will not solve Arsenal’s defensive woes entirely as they still have significant injury concerns at left-back, with Kieran Tierney and Sead Kolasinac still out.Bukayo Saka has been filling it at left-back, while Mikel Arteta is also missing Callum Chambers and Shkodran Mustafi in central defence through injury.Pablo Mari has been brought in to ease the concerns at centre-back, with the Spaniard arriving on loan from Flamengo on Wednesday.‘I’m a very professional player. I like working hard every day to achieve objectives,’ he said.‘One thing I can control is working hard on a daily basis to help my team-mates to win football matches and repay the faith that Mikel and Arsenal have shown me by signing me to play here, so that’s my main objective.‘I want to take it one day at a time and achieve big things at Arsenal.’MORE: Pablo Mari confident of Arsenal success after facing Liverpool duo Mohamed Salah and Sadio ManeMORE: Pablo Mari sends message to Arsenal fans after becoming Mikel Arteta’s first signing Advertisement Advertisement
Regional Director, Mr. Paul Boyle addressing the press conference yesterday.Regional Director of ChildFund Caribbean, Paul Boyle has described the decision to replace Francis Joseph as National Director, as part of the strategic developmental plan for the organization.Dominican, Francis Joseph, who worked with the organization for fifteen years as National Director was fired about four months ago, and replaced by a Philippine national Ana Maria Locsin.Mr. Boyle at a press conference yesterday announced that Mr. Francis made an important contribution however the organization is changing.“The decision to part ways with Mr. Francis a few months ago was taken in the light of this new strategy. Mr. Francis has had an important contribution to the development work of ChildFund; he has had fifteen years National Director of the organization here in the Caribbean but the organization is changing. The organization is going in a different direction as he has been leading the organization during those fifteen years and I think that comes with any organization those types of strategy changes,” he said.Meantime Mr. Boyle described Ana Maria Locsin’s knowledge and experience will help in the development of children and youth in the Caribbean.“Ana Maria brings something new to ChildFund Caribbean. ChildFund is an international organization with worldwide presence in thirty countries, existing for almost seventy years, with a huge knowledge on what are issues that affect the lifestyle of children and youth and what are the best and most effective solutions to those,” he said. Dominica Vibes News 13 Views no discussions Sharing is caring! Share Tweet Share LocalNews Appointment of New Director in line with strategic development of ChildFund Caribbean by: – August 6, 2011 Share
Officials for the Town of Palm Beach are planning to close all public beaches for Labor Day Weekend to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.The announcement was made Monday on the Town’s website:“Considering the fact that Labor Day weekend traditionally attracts very large crowds of beachgoers, the decision to close the beaches was made to avoid ‘ super spreader’ events,” the statement said.The closures will begin on Friday and run through the Tuesday after Labor Day.Palm Beach has seen a 7.1% increase in Covid since last week according to numbers provided by the Florida Department of Health.
THE residence of the president of the Guyana National Dominoes Federation (GNDF) Faye Joseph will be a hive of activity on Sunday when the entity stages a grand Champion of Champions Part 2, commencing promptly at 14:30hrs.According to a release from the GNDF, only teams who won tournaments during the 2017 season are allowed to participate and among those vying for supremacy are Mix Up, 300, All Seasons, PH, Gold For Money, TNT, Turning Point, Thunder, Gangster, Beacons, Masters, Rage, Angels, Medicare, Strikers, Assassins, Transport, GT and Frankie’s.The guest teams are Delta Force, National Insurance Scheme (NIS), Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA), NA Killers, Scramblers, Determine and Orange Walk.The tournament will be played on a two-in one-out knockout basis with an entrance fee of $15 000 per team.The winners will walk away with a whopping $175 000, the second-placed team $75 000 and third-placrd $40 000. There’s also an incentive prize of $10 000 for the Most Valuable Player (MVP).All GNDF rules will be in effect at the 1223 Gaulding Place, South Ruimveldt venue.For more information teams are asked to contact Mark ‘Jumbie’ Wiltshire on 665-5855.