It’s a big day for Mountain Jam fans, as the beloved Hunter Mountain festival has shared yet another major announcement. From June 2-5, Hunter, NY will host the 12th annual Mountain Jam, and now fans can know what to expect for each day of the music. The festival has not only shared their daily schedule, but they’ve also revealed one additional performance.At this year’s Mountain Jam, the band Train will perform the album Led Zeppelin II. The “Drops of Jupiter” band will dig into the Led Zeppelin catalog, pulling out hits like “Whole Lotta Love,” “What Is And What Should Never Be,” “Ramble On,” and more. Nice.Check out the full daily schedule below, and head here for more information.Mountain Jam Daily LineupsTHURSDAY, JUNE 2 Umphrey’s McGee Train plays Led Zeppelin II Marco Benevento & Superhuman Happiness: A Tribute to David Bowie Donna The Buffalo Cabinet Wild Adriatic Jane Lee HookerFRIDAY, JUNE 3 Wilco Gov’t Mule Jason Isbell Courtney Barnett Chris Robinson Brotherhood The New Mastersounds (late night) Nahko And Medicine For The People Turkuaz And The Kids Love Canon Marcus King Band Copious Jones Madaila Suitcase Junket The Movement Upstate RubdownSATURDAY, JUNE 4 Beck Thievery Corporation (late night) Gary Clark Jr. Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats Lettuce Houndmouth Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds The Record Company Son Little Con Brio Darlingside The Paul Green Rock Academy Ratboy Jr.SUNDAY, JUNE 5 The Avett Brothers Brandi Carlile Michael Franti & Spearhead Third World The London Souls The Ballroom Thieves with Maine Youth Rock Orchestra Quilt Elijah Wolf Scott Sharrard The Paul Green Rock Academy Bari Koral’s Yogarama
Last night, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real got some help from Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir at the second night of their two-show stand at San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall. The performance came as part of Promise of the Real’s stretch with singer-songwriter Tyler Childers on the ongoing “Stagecoach Spotlight Tour.”Following sets by Childers and tour supporting artist Lillie Mae, Nelson and Promise of the Real came out for their headlining performance with Weir in tow. The band opened with a rendition of the Dead’s “Althea” sung by Nelson, before Bobby took over on vocals for “West L.A. Fadeaway”. Finally, Bobby stayed at the mic for a rendition of Bob Dylan‘s “Maggie’s Farm”, a latter-day live Dead cover and a staple of various post-Jerry Garcia projects. While Weir battled sound issues with his instrument throughout the sit-in, his presence at the Bay Area performance was nevertheless appreciatively received.As JamBase notes, Weir and Nelson first performed together at a pair of recent tributes to Weir’s longtime friend and songwriting partner, John Perry Barlow, including Barlow’s free “Graduation From Meatspace” at The Fillmore and an additional event at Weir’s SweetWater Music Hall.You can watch full crowd-shot video of Weir’s sit-in below, via Facebook user Doug Clifton:Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real w/ Bob Weir – “Althea”, “West LA Fadeaway”, “Maggie’s Farm”Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real continue their leg of the Stagecoach Spotlight Tour tonight in San Luis Obispo, CA. From there, they head to the Big Easy, where they’ll play the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival on Friday, April 27th, followed by a set a Stagecoach Festival in Indio, CA on Sunday, April 29th. For more information on Lukas Nelson & Promis of the Real’s upcoming tour dates, or to grab tickets to any of the shows, head to the band’s website.[H/T JamBase]
App users, tap here to watch video report.JAMESTOWN – A Jamestown man is facing multiple charges after Jamestown Police say he led them on a vehicle pursuit Wednesday morning. Jamestown Police say they were called to help a citizen who was following a vehicle that had allegedly committed a burglary in the Town of Kiantone. Police say they tried to stop the driver, Stephen C. Dean, 41, on the City’s west side.Police say Dean failed to comply and began to flee, traveling onto West Second Street where he collided with several construction signs at West Second Street at Lafayette Street. From there, the vehicle continued through the downtown area passing several red lights. Police say the vehicle then drove up Potters Alley and onto East Fifth Street where it collided with an east bound vehicle. Dean allegedly attempted to flee on foot and was arrested in the 7/11 parking lot.Image by Justin Gould / WNY News Now.An occupant of the eastbound vehicle that was struck was taken to UPMC Chautauqua via ambulance. The condition of that occupant is not known but police say it is not believed to be serious.Dean was not injured and is facing multiple charges including failure to comply, obstructing governmental administration, and numerous traffic infractions.This investigation is continuing and additional charges are expected. The New York State Police are also investigating the burglary that had occurred in the Town of Kiantone and charges from that incident are expected via the NYSP. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window),Way Stevie why can’t you just be a normal person I love you the whole family dose.
Show Closed This production ended its run on July 10, 2016 View Comments Jane Krakowski Related Shows She Loves Me Star Files After 13 years, Jane Krakowski is back on Broadway in She Loves Me, and according to the Tony winner, it’s not quite like riding a bike. “It’s a little bit like childbirth,” she said during her Today Show appearance on March 15. “You forget how hard it is, but you remember all the joy and all the fun that comes out of it.” From the sound of it, there’s plenty of fun to go around at Studio 54, where Krakowski has transformed her dressing room into a “mirrorball heaven” in a nod to the venue’s infamous past. Krakowski also teased the second season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, saying “it’s even better than season one.” It drops on April 15, but while you wait, go ahead and catch Krakowski, alongside Laura Benanti, Zachary Levi and Gavin Creel at Studio 54. Jane Krakowski
On Tuesday, Oct. 24, approximately 900 fourth-graders from Georgia’s Tift and Cook counties will convene on the University of Georgia Tifton campus for this fall’s Agricultural and Environmental Awareness Day.Students will move between stations set up at the event, which will run from 9 a.m. until noon.Since 2001, the campus has held an event in the spring during which elementary school students learn to plant crops. The students return in the fall to see those crops harvested. Presentations and hands-on demonstrations at these events provide students with modern agricultural knowledge.Research technician Benjie Baldree established these Agricultural and Environmental Awareness Days. He handed the reins over to Katie Wilson, an administrative associate in the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Department of Animal and Dairy Science, three years ago.“Benjie saw the love I have for this industry when I was a presenter in high school and college,” Wilson said. “My favorite part is seeing the kids light up when you tell them that their clothes are made of cotton or that milk comes from cows.”At the events, students also learn about the process of turning plants into plastic and other recyclable materials.“We teach them how to improve the environment,” Wilson said.They also learn the importance of simple machines in agriculture. Every year there’s an “elephant,” or barrels covered in a gray tarp, that students must figure out how to move as part of a contest. Some students attempt to move the elephant through strength, while others use a simple machine.Most of the event’s presenters are UGA staff and faculty members, including Lola Sexton, an agricultural research assistant in the college’s Department of Crop and Soil Sciences. She uses a microgin to demonstrate the process of ginning cotton and teaches students about the plant’s uses in certain products, such as jeans and money. Other presenters include U.S. Department of Agriculture and Georgia Forestry Commission representatives.Wilson hopes students enjoy their experience and gain a knowledge of and love for agriculture.“We want to teach them that there are many opportunities in agriculture,” Wilson said.Julie Jernigan is an intern at UGA-Tifton.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Matthew CalicchioA Holbrook teenager has been accused of recently posting student records illegally downloaded from the Sachem school district’s computer system to a local Internet message board.Suffolk County police arrested Matthew Calicchio last week. He pleaded not guilty Saturday to a charge of computer trespass.“This egregious violation of the personal privacy of certain students is of grave concern to us,” James Nolan, superintendent of the school district, said in a statement. “The recent news leaves us with very mixed emotions.”Police said the 17-year-old, who was a Sachem North student at the beginning of the 2013-14 school year, posted information from the Sachem school district’s records to www.1Apps.com and www.Sachemunspun.com.The district alerted authorities when they discovered the illegal download. Nolan said the FBI is also involved in the investigation and New York State Attorney General has been notified.“The district …is in the process of making direct notifications to any individual who it knows or reasonably believes was subjected to this breach of security and exposure of private information,” Nolan added.He said a district analysis found that its data systems were not breached from the outside.Posted to the message board earlier this month were a list of 15,000 names and student IDs of students from the early 2000s as well as another list of 12,000 names and student ID numbers that included 900 students not included in the first list.It also included records of 360 students who graduated from Sachem High School East in 2008 and a report regarding 130 students who attended Sachem High School North who were receiving instructional services in an alternative setting in the 2010-2011 school year, the district said.Calicchio was released without bail and is due back in court Dec. 9.Computer Crimes detectives are continuing the investigation and ask anyone with knowledge of this incident to contact them at 631-852-6572.
ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » We’re living in an unprecedented time where doing ‘business as usual’ is hard, if not impossible. Globally, we are facing a pandemic that has quickly changed daily life as we know it.As financial business leaders, COVID-19’s impact is being felt as we navigate how best to maintain services to support consumers, protect our employees, and do our part to limit the virus’ spread throughout our community.Things are changing daily, which can make decisions hard to reach and even tougher to act on. In this blog, we’re sharing 10 ways credit unions, banks, and other financial institutions are adapting during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on for trends we’re noting in the industry and helpful resources to help your institution establish next steps for business continuity.1. Evaluating and Acting on Coronavirus HardshipsFederal and state financial regulators are asking institutions to be flexible and responsive to customer needs. Some actions institutions have taken include allowing skipped loan payments, lowering credit card interest rates, providing emergency personal loans, and offering resources to help educate consumers about how they can work past this uncertain time. Additionally, businesses may feel a financial crunch as they face possible lay-offs, loan repayments, and other financial burdens. Many institutions are focused on helping their members through this unprecedented time and are showing a willingness to explore exceptions to policies and procedures to help alleviate economic stress.
Foreign visitor arrivals to the country plunged by 86.9 percent year-on-year (yoy) in May to 163,646, according to Statistics Indonesia (BPS) data. From January to May, Indonesia recorded just 2.9 million foreign tourist visits, a 53.56 percent drop from the same period last year.In total, the government has allocated Rp 695.2 trillion as part of its COVID-19 response. This includes Rp 120.61 trillion allocated by the government to provide tax relief for individuals and businesses affected by the pandemic.Meanwhile, in addition to the financial stimulus, the government is also attempting to kickstart the industry by instructing government institutions and agencies to resume their business trips and set up meetings in tourist destinations.The Coordinating Maritime Affairs and Investment Ministry issued a letter on July 6 instructing agencies and ministries under its leadership to spend their remaining business trip budget of Rp 4.1 trillion in eight designated tourist destinations starting from July to November.The designated destinations are Banyuwangi, East Java; Bali; Borobudur Temple in Central Java; Toba Lake in North Sumatra; Riau Islands; Labuan Bajo in East Nusa Tenggara; Likupang in North Sulawesi; and Mandalika in West Nusa Tenggara.“The business trips could help spur national economic growth and have a positive impact on the regions relying on tourism,” the letter reads.In the same event, Coordinating Maritime Affairs and Investment Minister Luhut Pandjaitan encouraged stakeholders to boost domestic tourism in the third quarter of the year.“Let’s work together to increase the number of domestic tourists by 70 percent in the third quarter,” he said.He acknowledged that so far, more than 180,000 workers in the tourist sector had been affected by the pandemic, while an estimated 2,000 hotels have stopped operating.PHRI chairman Hariyadi Sukamdani previously told lawmakers during a hearing on July 14 that the government’s tax incentives were not sufficient to stop the bleeding.“Banks will need to extend the debt-restructuring program and they will need to provide working capital loans” to rescue businesses in the tourist sector, he said.Read also: Pandemic erases $5.9b of Indonesia’s tourism revenue as businesses seek helpTopics : The minister also proposed to increase the limit for working capital loans from state-owned banks for tourism businesses from the current cap of Rp 10 billion (US$684,000), adding that the plan was being discussed with the Finance Ministry and the Association of State-Owned Banks (Himbara).The government has guaranteed working capital loans worth Rp 100 trillion for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) that cover loans with a ceiling of Rp 10 billion and a tenor of three years, as part of the COVID-19 relief package, aside from loan restructuring.So far, the government’s debt-restructuring program for pandemic-hit firms has led to Rp 124 trillion of restructured bank loans for tourism firms, while the restructured loans from the lending and multifinance sector amount to Rp 3.1 trillion, according to Wishnutama.Indonesia’s tourist sector has seen its revenue dry up amid the COVID-19 pandemic, as fears of the disease and international border closures brought the industry into a screeching halt. According to Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI) data, the pandemic had wiped out an estimated Rp 85 trillion of Indonesia’s tourism revenue as of mid-July. Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Wishnutama Kusubandio has proposed a full exemption from corporate income tax for all firms in the tourist and creative economy sectors, as well as the provision of additional working capital loans, to aid the hard-hit industry during the global health crisis.Wishnutama said he was currently in talks with Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati regarding the proposal. The tourist sector is currently eligible for a 30 percent discount on corporate income tax to cushion the COVID-19 pandemic impact.“We have proposed an additional tax cut of PPh Article 25 [corporate income tax] from the previous 30 percent to 100 percent. However, it is still under negotiation with the Finance Minister,” he said in a discussion held at the Coordinating Maritime Affairs and Investment Ministry on Wednesday.
Charlie Nicholas makes Europa League predictions for Arsenal and Manchester United Comment Nicholas assessed the Europa League matches (Picture: Getty)‘I do not think this is a certain win for Arsenal,’ Nicholas told Sky Sports. ‘Mikel Arteta will sit and read into the fact that they let in two against Everton. Bernd Leno gets Arsenal out of a lot of holes but he did slip up for the second goal.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘Joe Willock and Alexandre Lacazette will come in I think. You have to keep Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in for his goals. Will Nicolas Pepe get another run? Probably. Does he deserve it? Probably not. I would probably look at Gabriel Martinelli.‘The game against Manchester City has been postponed as they are in the Carabao Cup final, which means Arsenal can go at it and get into the last 16.More: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errors‘You can still see the mess at the back, but Arteta will change things again. Sokratis Papastathopoulos may come in, while Hector Bellerin may drop out.‘You have to play Bukayo Saka at the back. This side has got its attacking side back and got its mojo back in that respect.’United only picked up a draw when away in Bruges a week ago, but Nicholas expects them to win 2-0 at Old Trafford. Charlie Nicholas Europa League predictions Braga vs Rangers (2-3): Braga 2-1 (5-5) RangersEspanyol vs Wolves (0-4): Espanyol 2-1 (2-5) WolvesArsenal vs Olympiakos (1-0): Arsenal 3-1 (4-1) OlympiakosMan Utd vs Club Brugge (1-1): Man Utd 2-0 (3-1) Club BruggeCeltic vs FC Copenhagen (1-1): Celtic 2-0 (3-1) FC Copenhagen Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 25 Feb 2020 2:56 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.3kShares Solskjaer and Arteta will lead their troops into European action (Picture: Getty)Charlie Nicholas has backed Manchester United and Arsenal to progress to the last-16 of the Europa League, although he expects both sides to have to dig deep to win their respective second leg ties against Club Brugge and Olympiakos.Arsenal return to the Emirates with a 1-0 lead and are the heavy favourites to progress, having progressed from all 17 of their European ties when winning the first leg away from home.They were forced to dig deep to beat Premier League rivals Everton at the weekend and Nicholas is expecting them to beat the Greek outfit 3-1. ‘Manchester United are getting a pat on the back after victory against Watford but I still think there are issues,’ Nicholas added.‘Jesse Lingard is back in training, as is Scott McTominay, while Paul Pogba is on the verge of returning – does that disrupt things again? I do not think Pogba gets back in.‘Anthony Martial is in good goalscoring form, Juan Mata has been their best creative player as of late and young Mason Greenwood has been getting on the scoresheet too. Bruno Fernandes has been brilliant since coming in.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‘Their next few league games are tremendously tough – Everton, Manchester City, Tottenham, Sheffield United – so it will be good to get past this one and keep another clean sheet. I’m backing them to do that.’While Nicholas is backing fellow British outfits Wolves – who won 4-0 against Espanyol last week – and Celtic – who drew away to FC Copenhagen – to progress, he expects Rangers – who pulled off a stunning comeback from 2-0 down to Braga in the first leg – to go out.Will all the British teams reach the last-16 of the Europa League?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsMORE: Ray Parlour disagrees with Gary Neville over Arsenal ace Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Advertisement Advertisement
Press Release, Public Safety, Statement Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today released the following statement on House Bill 2060, which seeks to protect domestic violence victims from violence at the hands of their abusers:“I want to congratulate the many domestic violence and gun safety advocates, who have worked year after year just to get a vote on this commonsense reform. Those advocates and the victims who have told their stories have my thanks for their fortitude and commitment to make our communities safer for victims and families. I have long championed this reform and will sign this bill when it reaches my desk.“However, it is imperative that this not be the end of the legislature’s work to improve community safety and protect our citizens from gun violence. It is essential that Pennsylvania enact reforms to strengthen gun safety, including universal background checks and a mechanism to keep guns from other dangerous individuals.” SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Governor Wolf Statement on Advancement of House Bill 2060 September 26, 2018