Last night, jam-grass road warriors Greensky Bluegrass continued their current tour with another sold-out stop at the Palace Theatre in St. Paul, MN, after celebrating St. Paddy’s day the night before in Milwaukee. As always, the band delivered a captivating set highlighted by top-to-bottom skilled musicianship, charismatic showmanship, and creatively ‘grass-ified takes on old favorite tunes.The band opened the show with Little Milton original “That’s What Love Will Make You Do,” followed by “Can’t Stop Now.” Next, opener Cris Jacobs joined the band onstage for a pair of covers, including Bill Monroe‘s “Working On A Building” and The Wood Brothers‘ “Luckiest Man.” You can check out fan-shot footage of “Working On A Building” with help from Cris Jacobs, below, courtesy of YouTube user Wilmon Benson:Greensky followed the sit-in with takes on “Living Over,” “Room Without A Roof,” and “Burn Them,” before closing out the set with a top-notch “Broke Mountain Breakdown” that segued into “Forget Everything” from 2014’s If Sorrows Swim before returning to the “Breakdown” from whence it came.Set two opened with a non-stop sequence that saw the band deliver sterling versions of “Doing My Time,” “Dry County,” and “Leap Year” before paying tribute to Pink Floyd with a pair of Dark Side Of The Moon tracks (“Time” > “Breath (Reprise)” and, finally, returning returning to the “Leap Year” theme. Well-played renditions of “Merely Avoiding,” “Jesus On The Mainline,” and “Windshield” came next, followed by “Just to Lie” > “Hold On.” Greensky closed the set with one of the show’s undeniable highlights–a Phish-y cover of Traffic‘s “Light Up Or Leave Me Alone” that featured a “Tweezer Reprise” tease with the lyrics to “Weekapaug Groove” sung over it.You can download this crazy “Light Up” along with soundboard audio of the entire show here thanks to nugs.net.Setlist: Greensky Bluegrass | Palace Theatre | St. Paul, MN | 3/18/17:Set 1: That’s What Love Will Make You Do (1), Can’t Stop Now, Working On A Building (2*), Luckiest Man (2**), Living Over, Room Without A Roof, Burn Them, Broke mountain Breakdown > Forget Everything > Broke Mountain Breakdown Set 2: Doing My Time > Dry County > Leap Year > Time (3) > Breathe Reprise (3) > Leap Year, Merely Avoiding, Jesus On The Mainline, Windshield, Just To Lie > Hold On > Light Up Or Leave Me Alone (4^)Encore: Drink Up and Go Home(1) – Little Milton cover(2) – w/ Cris Jacobs(*) – Bill Monroe cover(**) – Wood Brothers cover(3) – Pink Floyd cover(4) – Traffic Cover(^) – Weekapaug Groove lyrics sung over Tweezer Reprise tease (Phish)Greensky Bluegrass returns to the stage on Tuesday to begin a two-night, sold-out run at Belly Up Aspen in Aspen, CO. For a list of upcoming Greensky tour dates, or to purchase tickets, head to the band’s website.[Cover photo by Time McG Photo via Greensky Bluegrass Twitter]
Tonight, Thursday, August 16th, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead will return to Colorado’s iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre, marking the second time the band has headlined the scenic outdoor venue. Historically, as headliners, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead has had a difficult time navigating the frequently tumultuous weather at Red Rocks.In 2017, the band was scheduled to make their debut at the venue in April, though was forced to move the performance indoors to the nearby 1st Bank Center. While the 1st Bank Center show was one for the ages—and also marked JRAD’s first arena performance—later in the summer, the Grateful Dead-inspired band returned to Red Rocks yet again, performing a stellar show ahead of Phish‘s annual run at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, though bassist Dave Dreiwitz was on tour with Ween, forcing Dead & Company bassist Oteil Burbridge to rise to the occasion and sub in with the group.Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Releases SBDs From Phish-Laced RRX Headlining Debut With Oteil BurbridgeHowever, it seems that the stars have finally aligned, and Joe Russo’s Almost Dead is scheduled to perform with the entirety of their lineup (and with good weather to boot) at Red Rocks this evening. For fans unable to make it out for the highly anticipated performance, today, the band has announced that they’ll be webcasting the show via nugs.tv. The show begins at 9:30 p.m. (ET) tonight, with SD and HD formats available. Tune in!
Risks for credit unions can take many forms, and it’s hard to know which risks to prioritize in one’s training schedule. Our Regulatory Compliance team talks to credit union professionals all day – and we know how varied their circumstances are. That’s why no one – not us, not the NCUA, nor anyone else – can give you a pre-fab risk management program that will solve all your risk problems. However, we can help you figure out how to develop a program that will work for your unique situation.I’ve learned that credit unions must take into account their special circumstances. Who are your members? What products and services do you offer? Have you updated your technology recently? What are your future plans – and how might those alter your existing risk level?One thing every credit union can expect in this area is a risk-focused exam from the NCUA. During these exams, the examiners focus on seven risk factors: credit risk, interest-rate risk, liquidity risk, transaction risk, compliance risk, strategic risk and reputation risk. Some of these can be measured objectively, like interest-rate and liquidity risks, and others are more subjective, like compliance and reputation risks.Something you can do to stay ahead of the game is pay very close attention to the agency’s yearly list of supervisory priorities. This past January, the agency said it would focus on fraud prevention, cybersecurity risk management, commercial lending and consumer compliance issues, among other things, in 2017.It is paramount that credit union professionals consider these priorities in their risk management efforts. It’s like getting the answers to a test ahead of time. When the priorities come out, make sure the heads of the appropriate departments are made aware of them – you don’t have to be in compliance to benefit from knowing what the NCUA is focusing on.Once you have that heads up, prepare like you would for any test. For instance, to prepare for the NCUA’s focus on cybersecurity, check out NAFCU’s interactive workbook tool that helps credit unions do self-assessments of their cybersecurity risk management strategies with the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council’s Cybersecurity Assessment Tool (CAT). The workbook is a self-tallying version of the CAT, which saves valuable time in the assessment process.Another option is to attend NAFCU’s Risk Management Seminar, set for July 24-26 in Denver. The Risk Management Seminar takes a broad look at risk. The conference will offer sessions on digital threats, the latest in cyber security and how to integrate data security and cyber security with an institution’s enterprise risk management (ERM) system. It will also cover fraud analytics, regulatory ERM expectations, creating an ERM charter and working with third parties. At the end, attendees will have the opportunity to earn NAFCU Certified Risk Manager designations.Risk is an ever-changing element of running a credit union – you can’t just “set it and forget it.” That’s why we at NAFCU want to offer you the best-specialized training available for all your risk needs, so you can find the solutions and strategies that fit your credit union best. I hope you’ll take a look at what our conference has to offer, and I look forward to seeing you in Denver. 33SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Devon Lyon Devon Lyon, a NAFCU Certified Compliance Officer (NCCO), was named director of education in August 2015. In this newly created position, Lyon oversees the development and administration of content for … Web: www.nafcu.org Details
Log in with your social account Forgot Password ? Facebook Women in Indonesia earn less money on average per month than men as the gender pay gap stood at nearly 23 percent in February, official data show, as female workers face undervalued work and inflexible working conditions.Women earned on average Rp 2.45 million (US$166.39) per month in February, marking an annual increase of 5 percent, according to survey data from Statistics Indonesia (BPS). Men earned higher on average at Rp 3.18 million per month, an increase of 4.3 percent over the same period.The inequality has slightly narrowed as the gender pay gap, the difference between the average wages of men and those of women as a percentage of men’s wages, was slightly higher at 23.44 percent in the same month last year. However, the wage gap has not improved very much from the level seen in February 2010 at 23.64 percent.The gender pay gap was estim… Google Topics : Linkedin LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here gender-equality workforce-in-indonesia labor-issues UN-Women ILO BPS data employment
Advertisement MORE: Phil Neville hails Liverpool’s Andrew Robertson as the best left-back in EuropeMORE: Matteo Guendouzi and Alex Iwobi duck down so Arsenal fans can watch penalty against Manchester United Arsenal boss Unai Emery can’t handle big name players like Mesut Ozil, says Michel Salgado Ozil and Emery work in training (Picture: Getty Images)‘He needs a squad with team-work players, players that he can shape, that he can develop, that he can get into his system.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘Then if he’s got depth in his squad and the right players to work for him during the season and they follow him and are ready for it, then he can get results like he did in Sevilla, winning three Europa Leagues back-to-back because the players were ready for him.‘They were great players, but no big egos, no big names. I think he needs to learn how to deal with egos. He’s still learning.‘I know in PSG it was difficult for him because those were really big egos.’ Míchel Salgado won 53 caps for Spain (Picture: Getty Images)43-year-old Salgado singled out Mesut Ozil as a player Emery may struggle with at Arsenal, but highlights the importance of getting the best out of the German.‘I think, here, the squad is quite big for him. Ozil can be the only one who is a special player because he’s a talented player.More: FootballChelsea 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 CityBruno Fernandes responds to Man Utd bust-up rumours with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer‘It’s the job to try to get him into the system because he will need him.‘A team like Arsenal needs sometimes a different player, a talented player, that’s Ozil for sure.’Ozil started in the victory over United at the Emirates, but it was only his 15th start of the season in the Premier League.He then got in the Arsenal fans’ good books by trolling Jesse Lingard after the match for his ‘dancefloor celebrations when scoring at the Emirates earlier this season.Dancefloor huh!? 🤨🤫😉 Superb performance! 💣 Brilliant result! 💥 Thank you Emirates Stadium! 👏🏼 Proud to be a Gunner! ❤❤ #YaGunnersYa #M1Ö #WeAreTheArsenal @Arsenal pic.twitter.com/EHn7CoHh2O— Mesut Özil (@MesutOzil1088) March 10, 2019 Comment Phil HaighMonday 11 Mar 2019 10:06 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link133Shares Unai Emery has not got the best out of Mesut Ozil this season (Picture: Getty Images)Arsenal boss Unai Emery ‘cannot handle big egos’ according to former Real Madrid player Michael Salgado.The Gunners moved back into the top four on Sunday with a 2-0 win over Manchester United and are now just one point behind Tottenham in third.Rio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starSalgado described Emery as a ‘special’ manager, but believes he still has a lot to learn if he is to succeed at the top level.‘He’s a special manager like [Rafa] Benitez,’ the Spaniard told Malaysian network Stadium. ‘He needs a squad with no big names, with no big egos. He cannot handle big egos.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisement
20 Huntington Drive, Maudsland is set to go to auction in February.SPRAWLING over 800sq m, this luxurious family home, owned by a local couple, offers spectacular mountain views.The two-storey residence is spacious and contemporary, featuring high ceilings, glossy timber and tile flooring and an open-plan kitchen at the heart of the home. The poolside cabana. Picturesque surrounds.As well as the multiple entertaining areas, the home also offers dual living, with a separate two-bedroom, self-contained apartment downstairs. There’s also plenty of workspaces, storage and grassed areas, suitable for a children’s play area or an additional barbecue area. The 4736sq m property will go to auction on Thursday, February 22, at 11am, at the Gold Coast Turf Club. Hinterland views. The kitchen is “at the heart of the home”.“It’s a superb property that takes full advantage of its hillside location with fantastic views to the mountains and has a really gorgeous, contemporary design,” marketing agent Josh Thomas said. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach Northless than 1 hour ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa20 hours ago The house has five bedrooms and four bathrooms.The property is set up to entertain, with a unique poolside cabana exuding rustic luxe and equipped with a barbecue and bar area. “The owners have also got some elevated entertainment areas up the back of the property,” Mr Thomas said.
Record smashing suburbs of 2019 The home at 141 Oceana Tce, Lota. Picture: supplied.This bayside Queenslander at 141 Oceana Tce, Lota is packed with character while offering a floorplan that suits modern living. Owner Alisen Rudkin has lived in the property for 25 years after falling in love with the charm of the home. “We moved in and fully renovated the cottage,” she said.“There is a lot of character in the house and we left as much original as we could. “The house was once lived in by the cook of Lota House and the minister from the neighbouring Presbyterian church.” The upstairs living area at 141 Oceana Tce, Lota. Picture: supplied. MORE NEWS: Robyn Bailey sells Queensland home Southside stunner up for grabs Ms Rudkin said her children were raised at 141 Oceana Tce and the house expanded with the family.“We put a large deck on the back. We decorated downstairs and made it a liveable area,” she said. A gantry-style footbridge leads to the front deck and second floor of the home where there are timber floors, high ceilings and a fresh colour scheme. There is a beautiful living room and an open-plan dining and kitchen area with timber cabinetry and stainless steel European appliances. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours agoThe big deck looks out over the private backyard. Picture: supplied.A short hallway leads to the sunroom, bathroom and separate toilet, and out to the spacious covered timber deck. There are also two bedrooms on this floor with one having direct access to the front deck. Internal stairs lead down to a second living area that opens to the big rear patio. The two downstairs bedrooms have built-in wardrobes and there is also a study, laundry, bathroom and storage space. The home sits on a 455sq m block with establish gardens. The property is walking distance to Manly State School, St John Vianney’s Catholic School and both Manly and Lota train stations. It is also close to the esplanade, the Manly boat harbour and the Manly village. The property is going to auction on Saturday, December 14, and is being marketed by Gordon Walters of Remax Advantage.
Batesville, In. — Nominations are now being accepted for the “Heroes of Character” awards due on May 15. Several local students and adults will be recognized at the “Heroes of Character” Celebration on October 25, 2018. The Celebration is being hosted by the Southeast Indiana Coalition of the Character Council of Greater Cincinnati.“This will be our seventh “Heroes” Celebration. What a delight to celebrate outstanding individuals whose stories of overcoming obstacles, career-long service to the community, and generosity to others provide hope and inspiration. We honor them for their role as models and leaders of character in the community,” said Mary Andres Russell, Board of Directors’ member of the Character Council. The Character Council is currently seeking nominations for children and adults who embody the spirit of their positive character qualities. Nominations may be submitted by teachers, co-workers, friends, or a coach. The council is asking for a brief description which conveys examples of his or her exemplary behavior, how their behaviors and dispositions show character qualities in action, and obstacles they have overcome. Nomination forms are available on the Character Council website. Proceeds from the benefit will support Character awareness campaign via multiple media platforms, Character training for schools, non-profits, and government organizations that would otherwise be unable to afford training, and general operations which includes support of “Communities of Character.”The Character Council serves Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, and Southeastern Indiana. It is a non-profit organization whose mission is to foster character development in children and adults as a foundation for success.Through seminars, events, consulting, books, emails, and media promotions, the Character Council encourages the development of 49 positive character qualities, helps individuals discover the best in themselves, and helps business, education, government, and faith-based organizations facilitate positive cultural change.The Council is working to create “Communities of Character” across Greater Cincinnati where businesses, schools, government agencies, faith organizations, and the media work together to promote good character. Partner schools, businesses, and non-profits see results in improved behavior and outcomes. In 2017, the Council reached over 202,575 people with inspiring messages through partnerships with more than 75 organizations.For more information, please click here. visit http://charactercincinnati.org.
JAMESTOWN, N.D. – Jamestown Speedway rolls out the red carpet this Saturday, June 6 for the first of five appearances this season by IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modifieds on the ¼-mile high-banked clay oval.The feature pays $500 to win. IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National, Belleville Motorsports North Central Region and Allstar Performance State Points will be awarded.“We like bringing the IMCA Modifieds here because it gives our fans a chance to see popular drivers they know and remember but don’t get to see race often,” said promoter Tim Baldwin.Pit gates open at 4 p.m. and the grandstand opens at 5 p.m. Racing starts at 7 p.m.; the IMCA feature will be the second main event on the evening’s program.There is no entry fee and pit passes are $25.Grandstand admission is $11 for adults, $6 for kids ages 61-14 and free for ages five and under. A family pass (two adults and their children) runs $30.IMCA Modifieds are also at Jamestown for the Kupper Chevrolet Dakota Classic Tour finale on July 10, on July 11 and Aug. 15.The sanctioned class is also part of the Sept. 25-26 Stampede. That event now pays $2,000 to win and is a qualifier for the 2016 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot.Hank Berry was the IMCA Modified winner last fall when the division made its Stampede debut. Car count that evening was 43.More information is available from Baldwin at 701 527-2467, on Facebook and at the track website.
View Gallery (2 Photos)In early November 2010, College Hockey, Inc. director Paul Kelly and NHL commissioner Gary Bettman helped organize a meeting between NHL officials and a number of college coaches including, among others, Wisconsin’s Mike Eaves, Minnesota’s Don Lucia and Boston University’s Jack Parker.A flight cancelation resulted in Eaves missing the summit, which he described as the first time the NHL got to hear college coaches’ grievances regarding early departures.Much like junior hockey leagues provide a place for college recruits to bide time before joining an NCAA program, college hockey essentially acts as a feeder system for the NHL. The allure of earning money and finally playing in the NHL is hard to resist for many kids.“Playing in the NHL’s been my dream since I was five years old,” former Badger Kyle Turris said in a phone interview. “Having the ability to play in the NHL after the first year of university, as it was, it’s my dream and what I always wanted to do.”Also considerable is the impact of the major junior route in the Canadian Hockey League. Made up of three member leagues, major junior features the same age group as other junior leagues, but the NCAA considers the CHL to be professional, eliminating college eligibility.CHL is generally considered the top developmental hockey league in North America and many of the NHL’s top players – guys like Sidney Crosby, Steven Stamkos and Eric Staal – played major junior instead of NCAA hockey.While those teams are often more talented, a player can only play until he is 20 years old. Not every kid is physically ready to play professional hockey at that point and could potentially find himself stuck with nowhere to go.But the NHL has leverage and isn’t in any position to give it up. Part of the appeal of college hockey is being able to stay for one year or four, depending on the needs of the individual. Forcing kids who want to play NCAA hockey to stay three years might push more of them to go the major junior route instead.And given the NCAA and major junior are equal feeder systems for the NHL, any agreement would need to appeal to not just one, but two other parties.All in all, it makes for a tricky situation.“I think that the simple answer would be, much like football, you can’t leave until after your junior year,” Eaves said. “The problem is, major junior kids are done when they’re 20. So we’re looking at two different levels, and how do we make those two work. And I don’t have the answer to that right now.”Former Badger Derek Stepan left after two years of college hockey and said what makes the situation difficult is how much a player’s individual needs can vary. One player might be physically ready at age 19, while another might not fill out until he turns 23. In short, there’s no catch-all solution.“I’m not quite sure if I was put into that situation, what I would do. There’s different situations for every player,” Stepan said in a phone interview. “I definitely think I still would have gone to college regardless. At the time [I] went into college, I was still a couple years out from even being close to being ready for the NHL.But forcing players to stay a minimum of three years could backfire as well.“There’s also guys on the other end saying this is the way it works, guys can come in and leave early and you can’t really change the rule,” Stepan said. “If you do, they’re just not going to go to college anymore.”While there has only been discussion rather than rule-drafting so far between representatives from college hockey, the NHL and major junior, Eaves said that is the first step toward an eventual policy change.Whether it involves changing draft ages, how long athletes need to stay in college or even how much conversation and persuasion NHL teams can have over their college-bound prospects, Eaves said in the end, something has to be done.“These are little details, but ultimately there’s got to be a policy that the National Hockey League, major junior and college hockey will be able to work together with,” he said.Eaves said another chance to discuss the issue could come when the NHL general managers meet during the Stanley Cup Finals in June.“The first step is getting together in the same room and having dialogue,” Eaves said.“There’s a lot of bright people that are in that room and hopefully they can hear our concerns. We know what the concerns of major junior [are] and we can come up with some kind of solution.”Visit badgerherald.com/blogs/sports for additional quotes and notes.