The love between Phish and Bernie Sanders is strong. The Presidential candidate recently praised Phish as “one of the great bands of this country,” as the group’s drummer, Jon Fishman, has been hot on the campaign trail from the very beginning.Apparently Fishman is so involved with the campaign, that he’ll be hosting his own event. According to NBC 10, Fishman will appear at North Bowl at 909 N. 2nd St tomorrow night, from 9pm through midnight. He’ll be greeting supporters and encouraging citizens to register and vote in the Pennsylvania primary, which is scheduled for April 26th.Monday is also the deadline for PA voters to register, in order to be eligible for the primary. Fishman has been involved with Sanders’ campaign from the getgo, as he said back in August of 2015, “This is the political equivalent of having the ability to draft Michael Jordan coming out of the University of North Carolina. It’s our turn to pick, and Michael Jordan is available.” While Fishman has performed at a number of Sanders events, this seems to be the first that he’ll be leading himself. Make sure to get out and vote!
Load remaining images Colorado-based ensemble The Motet continue to dominate the funk grooves, digging deep into the pocket and pulling out some soulful sounds at every turn. The band recently added singer Lyle Divinsky as a permanent frontman, with a fiery musical chemistry that has already produced a studio album in Totem. The funky goodness can not be denied.The band brought their wares to George’s Majestic Lounge in Fayetteville, AR, hitting the mid-country venue with a passionate musical energy. The show was also significant to regular backing singer Tanya Shylock, who lived in Fayetteville from 2001-2012. Shylock says, “This is a really special show for me… it worked out that they were going to be here, and going to sing a few songs, and all of my favorite people are going to be here to see it. It’s an absolute honor to sing with Lyle, and I’m beyond grateful.”The passionate energy of Shylock, Divinsky, and all of the Motet’s core members – Dave Watts (drums), Joey Porter (keys), Garrett Sayers (bass), Ryan Jalbert (guitar), Gabe Mervine (trumpet), and Drew Sayers (sax) – was out in full force for the performance, opening up with “Funny” and keeping things loose and dance-groovin’ for the show. Don’t miss The Motet when they hit a town near you throughout their exciting fall tour!Fortunately, photographer Jeremy Scott was on hand to capture the magic of last night’s show. Check out his photos and the full setlist, below!Setlist: The Motet at George’s, Fayetteville, AR – 9/8/16Set: Funny > Jam, Getten, Cloak > Extraordinary > Shake, Ain’t No Way, Nemesis, Danger, Tell Everybody, Handcuffs > Power, Know It, The TruthEncore: Don’t Leave Me, Own ItThe Motet In Fayetteville
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6SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) proposed rule on short-term, small-dollar loans could rob consumers of safe and affordable alternatives to the predatory lenders in the market, CUNA wrote to the bureau Wednesday in its comment letter on the proposal.In a 61-page letter to the CFPB, with an attached 21 legal support letter from the Dentons US LLP, CUNA urges the bureau to withdraw its proposal or exempt credit unions as a class due to the many consumer dangers in the proposed rule.In lieu of that, CUNA asks the bureau to consider addressing the substantial shortcomings of the proposed rule with several recommendations outlined in its letter, and asks the CFPB to publish a revised proposal for public comment. continue reading »
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Share NewsRegional Hindus greet Trinidad and Tobago on Indian Arrival Day by: – May 31, 2011 Sharing is caring! Indian Arrival Day. Photo credit: trinigourmet.comPORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — Hindus have sent greetings to Trinidad and Tobago, one of the wealthiest nations in the Caribbean, as it celebrates Indian Arrival Day on Monday.Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement on Saturday, expressed warmest greetings on the upcoming Indian Arrival Day, wishing that it brought joy, happiness, blessings and cheer to all the citizens of Trinidad and Tobago.Rajan Zed, who is president of the Universal Society of Hinduism, said that he would pray for this great country’s well-being, which is known for Carnival, mesmerizing beaches and calypso music.Indian Arrival Day commemorates the arrival of the first Indian indentured labourers from India to Trinidad on May 30, 1845, on the ship Fatel Razack. It has been an official public holiday since 1994. During 1845-1917, over 140,000 Indians were transported here, who brought with them a new culture.Celebrations this year reportedly include cultural shows, parades, patriotic songs, exhibition, chutney songs, dances, folk (Sohar, Khajari, Bhojpuri, etc.) songs, awards distribution, fashion show, concert, Bhangra-Giddah, etc., to mark the 166th anniversary of the arrival of East Indians to this country. The Indian High Commission in Port of Spain, with Malay Mishra as High Commissioner, is also said to be assisting in the celebrations.Kamla Persad-Bissessar, the first female prime minister of this twin-island nation, who took the oath of office on an ancient Hindu scripture Bhagavad-Gita (Song of the Lord) on being elected last year, will address various events during the day.Said to be settled at least 7,000 years ago, Trinidad and Tobago in the southern Caribbean is heavily influenced by petroleum industry. A $14-million Hindu temple and community center has been planned for Freeport, according to reports.Hinduism, the oldest and third largest religion of the world, has about one billion adherents and moksh (liberation) is its ultimate goal.Caribbean News Now Share 40 Views no discussions Tweet Share
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Brookville, Ind. — Several honors were handed out at the recent Franklin County FFA Banquet.Lori Kolb was named an honorary FFA member. Shelby Kolb earned the DEKALB Award and Andrew Herrmann was presented with the Bradley T. Hofer Award.Ludwig Contracting, MBC Group, Mr. Gary Bradburn, Mrs. Linda Ball, Mrs. Beth Chaddon, Mrs. Laura Frondorf, and Mrs. Marilyn Roberts were given the FFA Appreciation Award.There were 48 Greenhand Degree recipients this year, Peter Volk received the Star Greenhand Award. Twelve Chapter Degrees were awarded this year, Abrem Losekamp receiving the Star Chapter Member Award.This year there were four Hoosier Degree recipients. Ben Ball, Grace Moster, Sam Ludwig, and Luke Stirn will be receiving their Hoosier Degree at State Convention this summer. Nate Frondorf received the Oustanding Member Award and Shelby Kolb received the Outstanding Leader Award.After all of the awards were presented, the retiring of old officers and installation of new officers began. The retiring officers were: Shelby Kolb, President; Andrew Herrmann, Vice President; Grace Moster, Secretary; Ben Ball, Treasurer; Kayla Galyen, Reporter; Sam Ludwig, Sentinel; Sam Ludwig. The newly installed officers were: Grace Moster, President; Ben Ball and Kyle Seibert, Vice Presidents; Grayce Knapp, Secretary; Isaac Selm, Treasurer, Kayla Galyen, Reporter; Luke Stirn, Sentinel, Heather Stenger, Communications Manager; Nate Frondorf, Community Support Manager; Sara Weaver, Member Support Manager; Emily Wendel, Transportation Manager; Jenna Orschell and Austin Volk, Delegates.After the old officers were retired and the new officers were installed, the banquet was closed and adjourned by the newly installed officers. We are all excited to see what the next school year will bring with the help of the new officers and the Advisors, Mrs. Schneider and Ms. Stewart.