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Forecastle Festival Welcomes Largest Crowd Ever For The Avett Brothers, Alabama Shakes & More [Gallery]

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first_imgLoad remaining images Louisville’s Forecastle Festival had a record breaking year this past weekend, welcoming more than 65,000 attendees over the course of three days at scenic Waterfront Park. Major acts from all over the map including The Avett Brothers, Alabama Shakes, Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals, Gary Clark Jr., Brandi Carlile, Big Gigantic, Grouplove, Dr. Dog, Ghostland Observatory, and Shakey Graves fronted the bill, drawing in fans of all genres for three days of music, art, and family-friendly activities.Check out some of our favorite highlights from the weekend, by John J Miller Photography.Death Cab for CutieDanny BrownAlabama ShakesBrandi CarlileSpeedy OrtizGrouploveBen Harper & The Innocent CriminalsThe Avett BrothersAndrew McMahon In The WildernessMoon TaxiFull Gallery:last_img read more

Scott Sharrard Hosting Stevie Ray Vaughan Birthday Tribute Benefitting Hurricane Relief Efforts

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first_imgOn October 3rd, Garcia’s at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York, will be hosting a hurricane relief benefit in honor of the late Stevie Ray Vaughan. Dubbed “Texas Flood: A Stevie Ray Vaughan Birthday Benefit For Victims of Hurricane Harvey,” the concert falls on the birthday of the late guitar legend and will see Scott Sharrard and friends performing Vaughan’s first album, Texas Flood, in its entirety in addition to a classic blues performance by Ryan “Shwizz” Liatsis and his trio. In addition to a full night of music, the proceeds from the concert will go toward the Houston Food Bank, which has been hard at work in recent weeks following the destruction caused by Hurricane Harvey.Tickets for the upcoming benefit are available here, with more information about the night available on The Capitol Theatre’s website here.last_img read more

Rebuild, repair, recover: Affinity Plus helps the Twin Cities heal

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first_img continue reading » On May 25, 2020, a 46-year-old Black man named George Floyd was killed during an arrest in Minneapolis. The next day, protests against police violence began in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul and have since spread to hundreds of cities across the United States and around the globe.In some instances, peaceful protests turned into rioting and looting. According to a Star Tribune article published on June 6, more than 500 shops and restaurants in Minneapolis and Saint Paul have reported protest-related damages. Owners and insurance experts estimate those damages could exceed $500 million.The protests occurred in the backyard of Affinity Plus Federal Credit Union ($2.6B, Saint Paul, MN). For the Twin Cities-based cooperative, the demonstrations underscored two truths. First, it could and should do better on matters of race and equality, inside its walls and out. And, second, it needed to help those affected by the protests. In addition to taking a corporate stand against racial injustice and discrimination, the credit union launched Twin Cities Healing, a fund that coordinates contributions to 10 certified 501(c)3 nonprofits working to address racial injustice, rebuilding efforts, and basic needs. The credit union is distributing $136,000, and members are voting on how to distribute the funds among the approved organizations. To further address these issues, Affinity Plus also created an employee directed fund called Affinity Plus Gives, which made available an additional $200,000 in funding for organizations dedicated to making an impact.In this Q&A, Affinity Plus CEO Dave Larson discusses the current atmosphere in the Twin Cities, his credit union’s response in the weeks that followed George Floyd’s death, lessons learned in leadership, and more. Minneapolis, MNcenter_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

First trauma conference holds in Lagos

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first_imgRelatedPosts First ever trauma conference holds in Lagos The first ever trauma care conference in Nigeria holds in Lagos on November 19, 2019, with the theme: “Trauma Care: The Way Forward.”In a statement issued in Lagos on Friday, the Director of the convening NGO, Trauma Care International Foundation, Dr. Deola Philips, said it has become imperative to begin to find ways to address the menace of trauma, which has become a public health burden in Nigeria.With the theme: “Trauma Care: The Way Forward,: Dr. Philips said the objective of the conference is to provide a platform for debate and stimulation of inter-disciplinary discussions in the fields of trauma care and emergency response management.Also, the conference will provide a platform for policy makers, senior government officials, the academia, media practitioners, corporate organizations, professional associations, scholars and volunteers from various health and trauma-related disciplines to come together and discuss how their various disciplines can collectively contribute towards the development of workable ways to address trauma as an emerging public health challenge in our society.”According to the statement, the conference will also be used as a platform for the formal introduction of TCIF to all key stakeholders in Trauma Management in Nigeria and a launch of the TCIF Trauma Stakeholders’ Forum.The main focus of discussion at the conference will include: the National Health Act and its provisions for Emergency Care; Improvements in Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Systems; Delivering Advanced Trauma & Emergency Care in Low-Income Settings; Transforming Health Care in Nigeria through Trauma Network; Building Sustainable Trauma Care Systems in Nigeria and in West Africa; Securing Health Care Financing For Trauma And Emergency Services: National Basic Health Care Provision Fund; and Voluntary Blood Donation as a worthy cause.The Special Guest of Honour is Dr. Osagie Ehanire,Minister of Health.The conference has as its Keynote Speaker, Senator Ibrahim Oloriegbe, Chairman Senate Committee on Health, and under the Distinguished Chairmanship of Prince Julius Adewale Adelusi-Adeluyi, Chairman Juli PLC and former Health Minister.On-site participation is strictly by invitation and to register online visit: www.traumacareinternational.org/conference. Tags: Trauma Care International FoundationTrauma Care: The Way ForwardTrauma conferencelast_img read more

NFL injury news: Ravens place RB Alex Collins on IR, activate RB Kenneth Dixon

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first_imgDixon, in his second season, has not played since suffering a knee injury in Week 1.The Ravens could be thin at running back Sunday against the Falcons. Rookie Gus Edwards, who rushed for more than 100 yards the past two games, is listed as questionable (ankle) even though he practiced Friday. Related News A third-year pro, Collins rushed for 973 yards in 15 games last season, his first with the Ravens. This season has been a disappointment, though. Collins rushed for 411 yards in 10 games, and at 3.6 yards per carry, averaged a full yard less than he did in 2017. The Ravens have placed running back Alex Collins (foot) on injured reserve and activated running back Kenneth Dixon, the team announced Saturday. Steelers WR JuJu Smith-Schuster welcomes attention Antonio Brown receives from opponents Antonio Brown says Ben Roethlisberger’s criticism is not personal: ‘I can take it’last_img read more

Help wanted: Part time/full time bookkeeper at Theurer Auction/Realty

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first_imgPart Time/Full Time Bookkeeper – Experience in Accts Receivable/Payable, Payroll, Taxes, Quickbooks & Excel, phone support. Non-smoker please. Flexible Hours. Mail resume & references to Theurer Auction/Realty, PO Box 601, Wellington, KS 67152 or Email to info@theurer.netlast_img