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December 30, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img 3:46 Bottom of the Barrel Forlorn Strangers Copy and paste this code to your site to embed. I’ll Go Ben Millburn Where Do You Want It Dale Watson Ryley Walker’s second record on the Dead Oceans label, Golden Sings That Have Been Sung, drops later this month, and the August edition of Trail Mix is thrilled to include “The Roundabout,” the first song from the new release to be shared. This new collection of songs from the 27 twenty-seven year old Illinoisan is an admirable follow up to last year’s Primrose Green, an album once described to me by a friend as the most perfect soundtrack for lying outside and gazing at the sky.It’s always exciting when an artist you stumble upon the first time around releases a second record and, by good fortune, a track ends up on Trail Mix. Such is the case with Ryley Walker, and the mix is happy to have featured him now for a second time.Trail Mix is also excited to feature a song from world renowned folk musician John Gorka. Last month, Gorka released Before Beginning: The Unreleased I Know – Nashville 1985, which includes previously unreleased studio takes from the tracks that became his debut record, the seminal I Know. Featured this  month is an early cut of the record’s title track.Returning to Trail Mix this month is Dale Watson, the undisputed (in our mind) King of Honkytonk. Check out “Where Do You Want It,” a brand new track from Watson’s live album, Live At The Big T Roadhouse.Other alumni making their return to the mix include Hymn For Her, The Stray Birds, Jonah Tolchin, and The Coal Men.Be sure to check out new tunes from Ben Millburn, Simon Linsteadt, The Chairman Dances, Miss Tess & The Talk Backs, Courtney Marie Andrews, Kelsey Waldon, Michael Logen, Matt Brown, and Evening Bell.Stay tuned to the Trail Mix blog this month. Chats with Chelle Rose, Forlorn Strangers, B.J. Barham, and Thomas Cassell are on tap.And, of course, make sure you head out to your local record store and snatch up some albums from the great artists featured on Trail Mix this month. Spread the word. Buy a concert ticket. Support these artists that are so generous with their music. 3:04 4:45 4:05 Ride that Train Miss Tess 3:21 3:54 2:35 I Know John Gorka 3:24 Pushed To The Side The Coal Men False King Kelsey Waldon 4:42 Thousand Mile Night Jonah Tolchin Ready Or Not Michael Logen The Roundabout Ryley Walker Photo by Tom Sheehan.Please note that “Thousand Mile Night,” by Jonah Tolchin, is available for stream only. Chief Benge’s Saddle Thomas Cassell 3:52center_img Third Day In A Row The Stray Birds Nostalgia Simon Linsteadt 3:27 3:53 Rockingham BJ Barham 4:36 3:41 Devil’s Train Hymn For Her Audio PlayerRyley WalkerThe RoundaboutUse Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.00:000:00 / 4:42 3:10 Paintsville Table Chelle Rose 4:04 Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin The Chairman Dances 2:33 2:49 How Quickly Your Heart Mends Courtney Marie Andrews 3:44 Strange Mamma Evening Bell Embed Love Is Not Enough Matt Brown 1:49last_img read more

December 19, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img July 15, 2002 Regular News FLA sets annual workshop FLA sets annual workshop Florida Lawyers Assistance has set its 16th annual workshop for the Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club July 26 – 27, with the theme of “Substance Abuse and Impairment Issues: Legal and Scientific Viewpoints.”Speakers will include Barry Rigby, The Florida Bar’s chief headquarters disciplinary counsel, Michael J. Keane, a member of the Florida Board of Bar Examiners, and Kevin Tynan, former Florida Bar branch staff counsel in the Ft. Lauderdale office. The workshop’s primary speaker will be Dr. Carlton Erickson of the University of Texas Addiction and Science Research Center. Dr. Erickson is an expert on neurophysiology and addiction and will discuss “The Problem is not in the Bottle – It’s in the Brain: The Latest Research on the Neurobiology of Addiction.”The workshop will be held at the family-oriented and newly renovated Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club on Naples beach.The workshop fee is $130 (before July 5, 2002) and includes all seminars (8.5 CLEs in substance abuse applied for), Friday night dinner, and Saturday morning buffet breakfast (guest fee for meals is $60). Seminars begin at 1 p.m. on Friday afternoon and conclude at 1 p.m. Saturday afternoon.Hotel reservations can be made by calling the hotel directly at (800) 237-7600. A print and mail workshop registration form can be found at: read more

December 19, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img June 1, 2006 Regular News Lawyers needed as mentors Gov. Jeb Bush recently applauded the efforts of Jacksonville mentor Donald Wiliford and mentee Adam Hutchinson. The pair was one of six awarded the first annual Spotlight Award by MENTOR, the National Mentoring Partnership in Washington, D.C., last week.“I am proud Florida continues to lead the nation in mentoring gains and program innovation, and congratulate Donald and Adam on receiving this wonderful award,” Bush said. “They are a testament to the tremendous impact a mentor can have on the life of a child or young adult.”Wiliford and Hutchinson were matched more than two years ago through the State Attorney’s Office Jailed-Juvenile Mentor Program of Jacksonville. When they first met, Hutchinson was incarcerated. During weekly visits, Wiliford encouraged Hutchinson to study for his GED, which he completed. Wiliford has opened doors for Hutchinson in the construction industry. Hutchinson now works for a plumbing contractor.“The Jailed-Juvenile Mentor program is a critical component of the State Attorney Office’s comprehensive effort to reduce juvenile crime,” said Fourth Circuit State Attorney Harry Shorstein, adding the program has linked hundreds of juvenile offenders prosecuted as adults with caring adults in the community.Tallahassee attorney Steve Uhlfelder, chair of the governor’s Florida Mentoring Partnership, encourages more lawyers to become mentors.“Mentoring not only changes the child’s life, it changes the mentor’s life,” said Uhlfelder, who has been involved as a mentor or a tutor in the schools or with at-risk children for more than 20 years. “A lot of times, you haven’t seen what children outside of your neighborhood deal with.”Uhlfelder believes mentors are a vital presence in a young person’s life.The FMP’s purpose, according to its Web site — — is to “promote collaboration among state agencies, municipalities, businesses, nonprofit organizations, individuals, and schools.”“I feel like if you have the time and you can do something, helping a child is the most important thing you can do,” said Uhlfelder. “The difficulty is that everybody recognizes the importance of what we’re doing but the problem is getting people to commit the time.“All we encourage people to do is to go to their local schools and ask the principal anything: ‘Can I get involved with a child? Can two or three people from our office help one or two children in a classroom? Can our office adopt a classroom?’ I mean, there’s all different kinds of ways to do this,” said Uhlfelder.To learn more about mentoring opportunities contact Uhlfelder at Lawyers needed as mentorslast_img read more

December 18, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgBusiness-owned life insurance, or BOLI, has been used by financial institutions since the early 1980s as an alternative “investment.” As of June 30, banks and credit unions together reported owning $163.7 billion in cash surrender values, with over 70 percent of banks with more than $100 million in assets and almost 30 percent of credit unions with more than $50 million in assets owning BOLI. With such a well-worn path, use of this asset should continue to rise, even if expected new guidance on BOLI is put in place by the National Credit Union Administration in the near term.BOLI is a life insurance policy purchased on the credit union’s key employees. Such a policy is typically purchased with a single premium, and the credit union is both the owner and beneficiary. BOLI is permissible by NCUA under Rule 701.19, and is carried as an “other asset” on the balance sheet. The growth in cash surrender value of the policy is considered non-interest income.If the key employee dies, the credit union receives the death benefit from the policy. While nearly all credit unions share some of the life insurance gain in excess of cash surrender value with the key employee’s designated beneficiaries, BOLI provides no direct cash or retirement benefit to the key employees themselves.One of the most frequent reasons more credit unions don’t adopt BOLI is the misunderstanding that many boards often harbor about it. As noted above, BOLI is not an executive benefit, but an alternative for the traditional investment portfolio. What makes BOLI attractive is the ability to efficiently invest in an insurance carrier’s balance sheet. What does this mean, exactly? continue reading » 3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

December 8, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgI have traversed the state for over 10 years attending hundreds of town board meetings on the subject of property rights, all forms of energy pro and con. I  stood against the woman’s health care act, and bail reform, speaking out against it before it was announced warning others of what was coming.I am for total repeal of Cuomo’s Safe Act.I am running on transparency, my goal as a legislative elected will be to let my constituents know what Albany is planning before they make Law not after, so that people can speak out or in favor of or against. My hope will be to disrupt the flow of misinformation among the legislature on subjects as important as Energy and the misinformational campaign Albany politicians have been Subjected too, to be the loud and knowledgeable voice of the people in my district.Victor Furman (WBNG) — There’s another person looking to represent New York’s 122nd district in the state assembly. In a statement sent to 12 News, Furman said the following: The current state representative, Clifford Crouch, is not running for reelection after 25 years in the assembly.center_img Victor Furman, the president of the Land Owner Advocates of New York, joins Nick Libous and Joe Angelino in the race. He served in the US Army from 1972 to 1976. He says he wants to create more transparency in Albany. last_img read more

October 19, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgTopics : The government also added collective leave on Oct. 28 to commemorate the birth of Prophet Muhammad.“Shifting the collective leave to the end of the year was done in consideration that COVID-19 would be handled properly [by then]. In addition, at the end of the year, children will be on school break and families will have had enough time to plan vacations,” the statement continued.Two of Indonesia’s largest Islamic mass organizations, Nahdlatul Ulama and Muhammadiyah, have also advised people against participating in the mudik. The government, however, has not prohibited the mudik due to economic considerations. The government will instead disburse social aid to low-income families in hopes of dissuading people from taking part in the exodus. As of Thursday, the Health Ministry confirmed 3,293 cases of the pneumonia-like illness in Indonesia with 280 fatalities and 252 recoveries. Jakarta, the country’s outbreak epicenter, has confirmed 1,706 cases, with 142 fatalities and 82 recoveries. The government will push back Idul Fitri collective leave to December due to concerns that the annual exodus could cause further transmission of the novel coronavirus.Ramadan is expected to take place on April 23 to May 23. It has become customary for most Indonesians, especially those living in big cities, to visit their hometowns and gather with family during the long holiday near the end of the holy month.center_img The country expects some 20 million people to participate in the yearly tradition, with several having already left the capital for their hometowns despite the warnings of public health experts. While Idul Fitri will be observed, Coordinating Human Development and Culture Minister Muhadjir Effendy has moved the four-day Idul Fitri collective leave to Dec. 28-31, from May 26-29, nearing other year-end holidays.“This policy is a follow up to a directive from the President […] related to the no mudik appeal and the altering of the 2020 Idul Fitri collective leave,” Muhadjir said in a statement on Thursday.Read also: COVID-19: Jokowi considers adjusting Idul Fitri break, orders regions to be obedientlast_img read more

September 28, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgThe NSW Department of Industry has just released this very interesting video update on the Eden Breakwater Wharf Extension Project.Dredging of the birth pocket and fabrication of the scour protection, conducted by the contractor Heron Construction Company Ltd., is currently underway. Environmental performance is better than expected, the department said in their announcement.The construction of the wharf extension will include dredging of up to 230,000 cubic meters of material to improve access, extending the existing wharf by approximately 110 meters, installation of berthing and mooring dolphins, installation of landside bollards and installation of minor services (lighting, power and potable water).When completed, the Breakwater Wharf Extension project will allow cruise ships up to 325 meters to berth at the wharf.The Eden Breakwater Wharf Extension project is jointly funded by the NSW Government ($32 million), Australian Government ($10 million), and the Bega Valley Shire Council ($2 million).last_img read more

September 25, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgILOILO City – Flights from Singaporeto Iloilo and vice versa must be temporarily halted, too, according Mayor JerryTreñas, as a precautionary measure against the spread of the novel coronavirus(2019-nCoV). In letters to three airlines, he pointed out the “rising cases ofthe novel coronavirus globally.” The Iloilo Airport services twointernational flights – Iloilo to Singapore and vice versa, and Iloilo to HongKong and vice versa. Yesterday, Treñas wrote letters toCebu Pacific Air, Philippine Airlines and Air Asia that they “voluntarily ceaseyour international flights to and from countries positive with the 2019 novelcoronavirus immediately.” Treñas did not mention theSingapore-Iloilo flights in his letter to the three airlines but in mediainterviews he pointed out such service. Itseems to start with a fever, followed by a dry cough and then, after a week,leads to shortness of breath. Thethermal scanner has also been activated to detect passengers with fever – oneof the symptoms of those infected with the 2019-nCoV. Cebu Pacific already halted its HongKong-Iloilo flight beginning Feb. 4. This would stretch up to March 29,according to the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP). “Konmag ginutok to sila sa Kalibo kag may magmasakit, waay man na sila ibannga kadtuan kundi diri man gihapon sa aton. We are concerned. Ginaproteksyunan ta ang aton pumoluyodasun sige ila pa pasulod,” Treñas lamented. Both Hong Kong and Singapore havereported 2019-nCoV infections (18 and 28, respectively). PAL and Air Asia actually have noSingapore and Hong Kong flights from and to the Iloilo Airport in Cabatuan,Iloilo. Only Cebu Pacific has. Hospitalauthorities would be contacted for an ambulance that would take the passengersto the hospital for further examination. “Thesuspected cases won’t be passing the passenger terminal but through the ramp ingoing to the waiting ambulance,” Parreño stressed. Yesterday, Singapore raised itsDisease Outbreak Response System Condition (Dorscon) level from yellow toorange. This means that the nCoV infection is deemed severe and spreads easilyfrom person to person but has not spread widely and is being contained. “Feverishpassengers would be ushered to an isolation room,” said Parreño. At the Iloilo Airport, CAAP’s Parreñosaid hisagency tightened medical quarantine protocols. Bureau of Quarantine personnelhave been posted on Aerobridge 3, the designated passageway of passengers arrivingfrom Singapore. From Wuhan City, China, the 2019-nCoVhas now spread to more than 25 countries. There have been more than 28,000cases worldwide but only two of the deaths have been outside mainland China(one in the Philippines and one in Hong Kong). He also expressed concern over thecontinued entry of international flights at the Kalibo International Airport,although those from China have been temporarily stopped. Thefast-moving infection, which causes pneumonia-like symptoms, has been declareda global emergency by the World Health Organization. However, the airline is maintainingits Singapore to Iloilo flights and vice versa, according to Iloilo Airportterminal supervisor Arthur Parreño. Butin more severe cases, infection can cause pneumonia, severe acute respiratorysyndrome, kidney failure and even death. Areport on the early stages of the outbreak by the Lancet medical journal saidmost patients who died from the virus had pre-existing conditions. (BBC/PN)last_img read more

September 24, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img Loading… Brazil legend Ronaldinho has been accused of breaching terms agreement for his house arrest after hosting parties with models after he was arrested in Paraguay for attempting to enter the country with false documents. The former Barcelona playmaker served a month in prison and has been in luxurious hotel ever since, after his 1.6-million-dollar bail fee was paid. According to the HOY newspaper in Paraguay, Ronaldinho has been hosting parties with a group of women seen arriving in the early hours of the morning.Advertisement Promoted ContentBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More7 Reasons It’s Better To Be A Vegan10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?The Highest Paid Football Players In The World6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black HolesCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?The Best Cars Of All Timecenter_img Read Also: Joshua reveals why he visited Nigeria as a non-champion “I think they are models because they have all the looks,” a newspaper source commented. “Those who are known enter directly into the car park, whereas those who are unknown get out in front of the hotel and then a car picks them up.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The report states that in addition to receiving gifts, the girls are also given high-quality drinks, with some occasions even seeing two women arrive at the same time.last_img read more

September 20, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img Willie Mullins’ charge has shown most of his best form over two miles, however, and tackles the two-mile-six-furlong trip for the first time. Usuel Smurfer may strip fitter after his return in Galway and will appreciate the good ground on offer. Bishops Road looks the likely front-runner in the race and is capable of making a bold show on the pick on his chase form. The Richard Power Private Client Betting Handicap Hurdle has attracted a good-quality field, with Beckwith Star aiming to complete a hat-trick in the 17,500 euro contest. The Henry de Bromhead-trained gelding was a game winner at Galway, following on from another narrow success over fences at Wexford previously. He still enjoys a mark 7lb lower over timber, despite a 7lb rise for his victory at Ballybrit. Patsio claimed a handicap hurdle at the May meeting in the south-east and was far from disgraced in a hot novice hurdle at Galway. He looks on a competitive mark returning to handicap company now. Coldstonesober has already been in action at the Festival, finishing fourth over fences on Thursday night. The nine-year-old takes his racing well and is sure to produce another big run for connections. Collen Beag, who won her maiden here in May, was due to try handicap company for the first time on Friday night, while the consistent Swantykay, a winner here last year, reverts to hurdles having unseated over the larger obstacles last time. There is also a good conditions chase on the card with a few smart performers lining up for the Comeragh Veterinary Kilmacthomas Chase. Upazo sets the standard off a mark of 137 and looks well treated by conditions as he gets weight from a couple of likely rivals. Five former course-and-distance winners do battle in the final-day feature at Tramore on Sunday. Press Associationlast_img read more