David Crosby will embark on an 18-date North American tour later this year. Hitting theaters in both the U.S. and Canada, Crosby will be joined on the road by his son, pianist James Raymond.Crosby, famous for his days as a singer-songwriter in The Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash, will be playing material from throughout his storied career. He also has a new solo album in the works, which will see production from Snarky Puppy’s Michael League.See below for the full list of David Crosby tour dates!David Crosby Summer Tour DatesAugust 18 – South Orange PAC – South Orange, NJAugust 20 – Bardavon Opera House – Poughkeepsie, NYAugust 21 – Musikfest Cafe – Bethlehem, PA August 23 – The Birchmere – Alexandria, VAAugust 24 – The State Theatre – State College, PA August 26 – Palace Theatre – Greensburg, PAAugust 28 – Victory Theatre – Evansville, IN August 29 – Uptown Theater – Kansas City, MOAugust 31 – Thalia Hall – Chicago, ILSeptember 2 – Centre in the Square, Main Hall – Kitchener, ONSeptember 4 – Danforth Music Hall – Toronto, ONSeptember 6 – Community Auditorium – Thunder Bay, ONSeptember 8 – Winnipeg, MB – Burton Cumming TheatreSeptember 9 – Casino Regina Show Lounge – Regina, SK September 11 – Jack Singer Concert Hall – Calgary, AB September 12 – Winspear Centre for Music – Edmonton, AB
Load remaining images On Thursday night in Worcester, MA a talented group of musicians came together from various acts and provided an improvisational jam set for fans at Electric Haze. Everyone Orchestra, conducted by Matt Butler, featured Al Schnier of moe. on guitar, Aron Magner of The Disco Biscuits on keys, Alan Evans of Soulive on drums, Natalie Cressman of the Trey Anastasio Band on trombone, Karina Rykman of Marco Benevento on bass, and Mike Gantzer of Aqueous on guitar.For those unfamiliar with the premise behind Everyone Orchestra, the concept is quite simple. Conductor Matt Butler leads a group of musicians for an entire show, with each tune being entirely impromptu and pulled together on the fly. No rehearsal. No foresight as to what is to come, and entirely no rhyme or reason. Throughout the show, Butler would write on a wipe board with hints for the band, such as “whole notes” or “back to A,” as examples. Audience participation was well received as the crowd joined in with lyrics at various times during the evening.Butler, in his unmistakeable colorful top hat, coupled with matching tails, danced around the energy in the room, conducting the highs and lows of each individual jam, and willfully drawing out the magic of each musician one by one. Thursday night’s performance featured a showdown between Schnier and Gantzer on guitars early on in the set, as they threw the jams back and forth, egging each other on to take it to a more unique level with each toss. Butler would jump on vocals at varying points during the evening.It should also be noted that Thursday night featured the debut performance with Everyone Orchestra for Rykman. She was visibly having an incredible time on stage, as the smile never left her glowing face. Towards the end of the evening, Cressman and Magner created a beautiful, otherworldly tone as the notes from their instruments gracefully danced around each other, helping to bring the evening to a close but not before Butler introduced each musician that joined the band during an upbeat, rocking jam led by Schnier. After the last notes dropped, the audience chanted heavily, “one more song!” and not wanting the evening to end.If you haven’t seen Everyone Orchestra, do yourself a favor and check out this impromptu gathering of musicians from around the scene. You never know what magical creations will entice your ears during the evening. For more information on Everyone Orchestra, along with tour dates, please check out their web site.Photos and words by Sarah Bourque.Everyone Orchestra | Worcester | 11/9/17 | Photos by Sarah Bourque
On “Gardening in Georgia” this week, host Walter Reeves’ assignment is to design a pleasing plant combination in a pot for his wife’s garden club meeting. He shows how the simple, silly phrase, “Uppy, Downy, All-aroundy,” can help you quickly design a pot or a flower bed.”Gardening in Georgia” will air Wednesday, Aug. 15, at 7:30 p.m. and will be rebroadcast Saturday, Aug. 18, at 12:30 p.m. on Georgia Public Television.On this week’s show, guest David Bradshaw from Clemson University guides Reeves through his collection of heirloom vegetables, some hundreds of years old.’Turkey Gizzard’ Bean’Turkey Gizzard’ bean was discovered in the gizzard of a gobbler. Indian pumpkin was selected by swamp-dwelling Native Americans for its long keeping ability. Snake bean produces beans that look like a nest of snakes as they droop to the ground.Reeves also looks at powdery mildew, a plant disease with a perfectly descriptive name. Powdery mildew affects many landscape plants, and Reeves shows how to diagnose and manage it.”Leaves of three, leave it be.” Reeves shows how to identify common vines by counting the number of leaflets on each leaf. It really helps to know which is poison ivy.”Gardening in Georgia” airs each Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. and is rebroadcast every Saturday, usually at 12:30 p.m. Learn more about the program at the show’s Web site.The show is designed specifically for Georgia gardeners. It’s produced by the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and GPTV. UGA CAES File Photo Walter Reeves
Creative Habitat at Ben Franklin, formerly known as Ben Franklin, has a new name and a new face. What remains, is the tradition of quality and customer satisfaction, the store’s independence, and the successful co-ownership of Mark and Michael Dowling.“Our neighborhood has had a significant facelift in the last year,” Michael Dowling explained, “Mark and I decided it was the appropriate time for us to further develop the potential of our store, using our experience in the industry and the latest industry trends.”“The new colors we chose, indigo blue and lime green, are those that are best representative of the vibrant and lively direction of the home décor industry,” added Mark Dowling. “Kehoe & Kehoe Design of Burlington worked with us to develop our new look.”Originally called Ben Franklin, the Dowlings have co-owned the store since 1991. Six years ago, the Ben Franklin parent company went into bankruptcy, leaving the store with no product supplier. They immediately joined with other Ben Franklin stores to continue buying the product their customers wanted.In the last six years, the store has evolved to reflect the desires of its customers, the knowledge of its staff, and the commitment of the same two owners, Mark and Michael Dowling. “We are a local store, owned, operated and staffed by local people,” Mark Dowling said.Creative Habitat is the name that both Mark and Michael decided upon, as it best describes the store. “We have always been the area’s leader in custom framing and crafts,” continued Mark. “Now, we have added product vignettes that reflect the trends popular with today’s consumers.”New product vignette examples at Creative Habitat are the latest trends in framing, crafts for the home, knitting, beading, quilting, and scrapbooking. “Scrap booking is extremely popular right now. We frequently have in-store demonstrations of scrap booking for our customers,” Mark explained. “Customers can also view home décor ideas and in-store design display ideas to help them decorate their home for holidays, special occasions, or for their own enjoyment.”Creative Habitat at Ben Franklin, formerly Ben Franklin, has been owned and operated by Mark and Michael Dowling since 1991. Creative Habitat is an independent store in the Burlington community, continuing in the family tradition of quality home design, crafts, and framing. Creative Habitat at Ben Franklin is located on Shelburne Road in South Burlington, telephone 802-862-0646. You may also visit them on the web at: www.creativehabitatvt.com(link is external).PRESS CONTACT: Gloria Salvanelli, 802-734-2878
A submersible capable of carrying 8 tons of cocaine was seized by Colombian National Navy units, with the support of the Technical Investigative Corps, in an estuary of the Guandipa River, in a jungle area in the department of Nariño. Units of the Drug Trafficking Task Force located the submersible, approximately 20 meters long and 4 meters wide, amid the vegetation along a channel of the Guandipa River. The vessel is made from fiberglass and is capable of sailing autonomously at the waterline, for which reason it does not submerge entirely. Its propulsion system consists of two diesel motors, and it incorporates new stealth forms in order to reduce radar detection. The construction costs of this vessel are estimated at around 1 million dollars. The submersible, which apparently belonged to the “Los Rastrojos” [The Stubble] criminal gang, will be transported to ARC Málaga Naval Base. This is the second submersible seized by units assigned to the Drug Trafficking Task Force in 2012, after an unmanned submersible was found in the waters of the Cajambre River, approximately 65 kilometers from Buenaventura, on May 28. The Colombian Pacific continues to be the most widely used region by drug traffickers for the creation of improvised workshops where these illegal vessels are manufactured, due to its marshy areas with constant rain, low tides that enable the production and storage of drugs, and high tides that facilitate the departure of the vessels. Since 1993, when the first seizure of a submersible used by drug traffickers was recorded, 77 illegal vessels have been neutralized, 60 of them in the Colombian Pacific, two of which were fully submersible vessels that could sail entirely under water. By Dialogo June 27, 2012
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 16-year-old Freeport girl was arrested for allegedly stabbing another teenage girl to death during an argument that escalated in front of the suspect’s home over the weekend, Nassau County police said.Jasmine Copeland was charged with first degree manslaughter and assault.Police said Copeland got into an argument with 17-year-old Abigail Thomas and two other girls ages 16 and 9 outside of her West Side Avenue home, when Copeland allegedly stabbed Thomas and the 16-year-old victim shortly after 8 p.m. Saturday.The two victims were taken to a local hospital, where Thomas was pronounced dead of a stab wound to the lower back and the 16-year-old victim was treated for a laceration to the upper left side of her chest, police said.The 9-year-old girl, who was not injured, was released to a family member.Bail for Copeland was set at $500,000. She is due back in court Thursday.
Log in with your social account West-Java bogor nutmeg agriculture agriculture-tourism Linkedin Topics : LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here In a bid to boost urban farming and promote tourism, the Bogor administration in West Java has turned a local village into a center for nutmeg production and hopefully, a popular tourist destination for the City of Rain.Many residents of Kampung Buntar in Muarasari subdistrict, South Bogor district, have already been running home-based industries that produce processed nutmeg. Inspired by their efforts, the city administration decided to tap into their potential and expand their businesses.According to Bogor Deputy Mayor Dedie A. Rachim, Bogor could one day be known and visited for its processed nutmeg with the help of Kampung Buntar.“We want to [expand] Kampung Buntar as a nutmeg village and hopefully, nutmeg can become Bogor’s signature product, especially in our efforts to bolster urban farming,” Dedie said at the initiative’s official launch in Kam… Google Forgot Password ? Facebook
Arsenal to make new move for Daniele Rugani with Samuel Umtiti set to stay at Barcelona Rugani has fallen down the pecking order at Juventus (Getty Images)Paratici has also been in talks with Manchester United for Romelu Lukaku, although that move could be scuppered after the Premier League club pulled the plug on their negotiations with Paulo Dybala, who was offered as part of the transfer.AdvertisementAdvertisementArsenal are now expected to hold further talks with Paratici over a potential move for Rugani, who Juventus are trying to offload having signed Matthijs de Ligt in a £67.5 million deal from Ajax earlier this summer.Rugani, who has been capped seven times by Italy, made just 15 appearances in Serie A last season. Comment Advertisement Advertisement Daniele Rugani is on Arsenal’s shortlist (Getty Images)Arsenal are set to hold new talks with Juventus over a potential deal for Daniele Rugani, according to reports in Italy.Unai Emery is desperate for the Gunners to sign a new central defender before the transfer window closes on Thursday.Arsenal have already had a two-year loan offer for Rugani rejected by Juventus last month.But according to Alfredo Pedulla, Arsenal have retained a ‘strong interest’ in Rugani and will make a new push to sign the 25-year-old before the deadline.ADVERTISEMENTJuventus’ sporting director Fabio Paratici is currently in London to complete the deal which will see Joao Cancelo join Manchester City, with Danilo moving in the opposite direction. Samuel Umtiti is set to stay at Barcelona (Getty Images)Arsenal were also linked with a move for Samuel Umtiti and it was claimed that the Gunners’ head of football Raul Sanllehi could discuss a potential move for the France international as he attended the club’s match against Barcelona at Camp Nou on Sunday evening.But Umtiti appears to be staying at Barcelona as he travelled with the squad to Miami on Monday for their friendly against Napoli on Wednesday evening.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 CityAsked if Arsenal will complete any more signings before the deadline, Emery said after Arsenal’s defeat to Barcelona on Sunday evening: ‘Only if we can sign a player who really, really can improve our squad, then we are going to do that.‘If not, then not. We have good competitive players to achieve or try to achieve our target this season and we are going to be looking at something if we can sign someone, but with this idea.‘Only, and only, if we can improve.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Metro Sport ReporterMonday 5 Aug 2019 1:30 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link20Shares
Private equity funds usually charge management fees based on assets including cash yet to be invested, and lock that cash in for several years. However, the new investment platform said that, if not all committed assets were used during the year due to a lack of available deals, assets would be returned.The pension fund clients of the three asset managers have invested 3-5% of their entire portfolio on average in private equity, most of which is allocated to pooled funds.Achmea IM has allocated 10% of its private equity holdings to co-investments and, according to Van Gisbergen, the company aimed to double this allocation in the coming years. Van Gisbergen said that the fund for 2019 comprised more than €100m, which would be largely invested in small and medium-sized companies with a market value of between €200m and €300m.Achmea, Blue Sky and SPF are to jointly take a minority stake, which would be scaled up to majority holdings through co-investment by a private equity fund.The three players expected that their combined clout would make them qualify sooner for co-investment deals.Van Gisbergen said: “In the past, we had little access to deals, as the large players, such as the €215bn PGGM, would be involved earlier.”Blue Sky Group runs €22bn for three schemes sponsored by Dutch airline KLM, while SPF Beheer manages €20bn for clients including the railways scheme SPF and the public transport pension fund SPOV.Achmea IM is the €130bn asset manager for institutional investors, insurer Achmea and general pension fund Centraal Beheer APF, part of the Achmea group. The Dutch asset managers Achmea IM, Blue Sky Group and SPF Beheer have established a joint platform for co-investments in private equity.The companies, which jointly manage €172bn, said the collaboration aimed to significantly reduce costs.“Although an external specialist would be needed for the adequate implementation of the programme, costs could be more than halved,” said Jos van Gisbergen, senior portfolio manager for private equity at Achmea IM.Pension fund clients would be able to decide each year how much they each wanted to invest.
It looks like it’s in the treetops from the inside. It has a contemporary style with modern features. The bathroom is like a rainforest spa retreat. MORE NEWS: NRL captain’s push for side hustle The 15m cantilevered wing was the most complicated part of the build.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa12 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoIt was passed in at auction before a $1.875 million price tag was attached to it.Mr Lamb said it attracted plenty of interest, including multiple offers, but many people who inspected it weren’t serious buyers.“We had so much interest in it but … a lot of people came through just because they loved the design of the home,” he said.“We were really shooting for a premium price.” MORE NEWS: Glitter Strip among world’s best for luxury property No wonder it’s called the ‘tree house’. A local buyer splashed almost $2 million on the striking Tallai property.A striking Tallai house designed to look as though it is perched in the treetops has been snapped up for almost $2 million.The Grandview Tce property, appropriately named the ‘Tree House’, changed hands in a $1.8 million deal just before Christmas but settled yesterday.Kollosche agent Rob Lamb, who marketed the property, said the local buyers were so keen to move in that they had almost unloaded all their belongings hours after the sale settled.The cleverly designed house hit the market in October. He said the buyer wasn’t looking for a new property but couldn’t ignore the opportunity after stumbling across the unusual house. The property hit the market in October before being snapped up just before Christmas.“They just didn’t want to miss out,” he said.Sellers Simon and Janine Newitt designed and built the four-bedroom house.The most complicated part of the build was 15m cantilevered wing, which has floor-to-ceiling windows framing sprawling bushland views.“The tie down construction was extensive to lock the cantilevered wing down to the earth,” Mr Newitt said.“This included 9m-deep rock anchors set below the primary footing. “We also drilled and blasted three rock sockets that support the cantilevered building laterally.”The couple lived in the house with their three children for almost two years. Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:51Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:51 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD576p576p432p432p270p270pAutoA, 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 Rate1xFullscreenStarting your hunt for a dream home00:51