Setlist: The String Cheese Incident at Suwannee Hulaween, Live Oak, FL – 10/29/16Set One: Rhum ‘N Zouc -> Restless Wind, I Wish, Turn This Around, Joyful Sound, Can’t Wait Another DaySet Two: Would I Lie To You?, Should I Stay Or Should I Go, Upside Down, She Blinded Me With Science, Let’s Groove Tonight, White Wedding, Sweet Child O’ Mine, Love Shack, 80’s MedleysSet Three: Colorado Bluebird Sky, Sweet Spot, Sometimes A River, Believe, Miss Brown’s Teahouse, CollidingEncore: Signed Sealed Delivered I’m Yours The String Cheese Incident returned to Suwannee Hulaween last night, playing the second of two shows at their beloved festival. The Spirit of Suwannee Music Park came alive for the festival, installing incredible art exhibits and even a floating holographic pumpkin for all to enjoy.Cheese, in turn, matched the festival’s enthusiasm with a three-set Halloween performance for the ages. While the first and third sets were certainly filled with standout renditions of The String Cheese Incident’s classic material, the band brought their A-game for a full second set of just 80’s covers.After a “Welcome To The 80’s” introduction, the band started with Eurhythmics’ “Would I Lie To You?” The band continued with The Clash’s “Should I Stay Or Should I Go,” before Diana Ross’s “Upside Down” had the fans really rocking. The song was obviously a reference to Stranger Things, which featured “The Upside Down” as a counterpart to the normal world. It was a Stringier Things performance, after all. Thomas Dolby’s “She Blinded Me With Science” came next, only adding to the madness of this fun set.Cheese took the set into a funkier direction with Earth, Wind & Fire’s “Let’s Groove,” before busting out a couple of 80’s rockers in Billy Idol’s “White Wedding” and The B-52’s “Love Shack.” Finally, a medley of 80’s covers, including Talking Heads’ “Burning Down The House,” ended the set.Watch “Burning Down The House” below, via Hulaween’s FB Page.Check out some footage from Stringier Things below via Instagram. The full show setlist follows.
Julian Pribaz of the Department of Plastic Surgery at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and professor of surgery at Harvard Medical School has been chosen as the American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery’s (ASRM) 2011 Harry J. Buncke Lecturer. The honor is known as the “Nobel Prize” equivalent in the field of reconstructive microsurgery.The award honors the memory of Buncke, a pioneer and mentor in the field of microsurgery who developed many of the techniques and instrumentation used in microsurgery. Nominated by his peers at ASRM, Pribaz is recognized for his extensive work in microsurgery. As part of his award, Pribaz delivered a lecture titled “Will the ‘Brave-New-World’ of Transplantation Be the Answer to the Limitations of Reconstructive Surgery?” on Jan. 18 in Cancun, Mexico.
In spending time with our customers, there is a consistent theme that I hear time and time again. Traditional businesses seek a digital transformation strategy, recognizing their long-term viability depends on it.Yet, research shows many businesses remain stuck in the transformational gap. They want to transform but are unsure how to begin.The second Dell Technologies Digital Transformation Index*, which measures the state of digital transformation in more than 40 countries, confirmed this reality: 91% of businesses still face significant hurdles in achieving digital transformation. The image below reveals respondents’ top 10 barriers, all of which customers have voiced to me at one time or another.Ultimately, customers return to two simple questions – “How do we start?” and “How can we transform faster?”Dell Technologies Consulting has cracked the code to realizing transformation with the launch of ProConsult Advisory services. Our new offer, the first under the “ProConsult” banner, enables customers to break through the inertia of getting started with easily consumable, globally-consistent consulting services that deliver a dedicated transformation roadmap in six weeks or less.ProConsult Advisory services help customers determine where and how to get started with their transformation initiatives. They help customers address nearly half of the top ten barriers to transformation in The Digital Transformation Index*:Lack of the right in-house skills and expertiseInformation overloadLack of senior support and sponsorshipLack of a coherent strategy and visionGaining stakeholder consensus and alignment for IT, application, or workforce transformation initiatives is challenging. Each stakeholder brings their own perspective, based on each person’s role in the organization. Business executives and technology executives often “don’t speak the same language.” The different views result in no “big picture” vision, or a complete view in which all stakeholders agree upon the end state.ProConsult Advisory services use our proven, proprietary AS-IS/TO-BE metholodgy to gain consensus across an organization’s siloed stakeholders and deliver and easy-to-reference pictorial transformation plan, complete with a roadmap and business benefits, in six weeks or less.More detailed information about our AS-IS/TO-BE methodology can be found on InFocus – the Dell Technologies Services blog.ProConsult Advisory services are available in three sizes – Base, Core, and Plus – across the Dell Technologies Consulting portfolio of IT, Application and Workforce transformation. Each size is designed to meet the needs of organizations, from the simplest to the most complex while addressing:Lack of the right in-house skills and expertise – Our most senior consultants leverage best practices and experiences developing transformation programs for similar firms in the customer’s industry.Information overload – We filter out the noise to provide the customer with a concisely documented deliverable with AS-IS and TO-BE states, concrete next steps, and the business benefits.Lack of senior support and sponsorship – We bring siloed stakeholders together to build consensus.Lack of a coherent strategy and vision – Our AS-IS/TO-BE deliverable provides a ‘big picture’ view upon which all organizations can agree and track statusExpectations of IT organizations are ever increasing whereas IT leaders watch their budgets remain flat or even decline. The digital future is here and requires more than technology. It requires a thoughtful, multi-year strategy that takes into consideration people, process and technology. Learn more today on how Dell technologies Consulting can help you get started by visiting dellemc.com/ProConsultAdvisory.*Source: Dell Technologies Digital Transformation Index
This year’s first Soup and Substance lecture, presented by student-led initiative Take Ten, explored the educational achievement gap in minority students with a discussion titled, “Soup and Substance: The Racial Achievement Gap in the U.S.”Notre Dame’s Center for Social Concerns provides opportunities for discussion of important social justice issues while also providing food at Soup and Substance.At the discussion, members of Take Ten, a group dedicated to educating young students about methods of conflict resolution, examined the nuances of the racial achievement gap, particularly the socioeconomic factors and institutionalized racism that can lower academic achievement.Abby Balmert, a sophomore and member of Take Ten, said several studies demonstrate how poverty and lack of school resources are present at early stages of childhood, and these effects carry over to affect later academic achievement.“In America, not only does the racial achievement gap start before students even enter school, but over time, it gets more extreme,” Balmert said.Senior Megan Fuerst said scholars debate whether “racial achievement gap” is the correct term. Many educators and researchers argue it still implies inherent intellectual differences between minority students and affluent white students, as opposed to emphasizing the widespread poverty minority students face.“Some people say that racial achievement gap is sort of a misnomer and more of a poverty factor,” Fuerst said. “However, the influence of [racial] stereotypes that scholars have divided into direct influences and single influences is still important.”Fuerst said that, although the term racial achievement gap might be misinterpreted, the effect of institutionalized racism should not be ignored, as racism remains a prominent part of the debate over the educational achievement gap.“What’s most important to remember is that while many people would attribute it directly to income level and socioeconomic status, there’s so many more nuances to it than that,” Fuerst said.Senior Kwame Nuako said the racial achievement gap first became prevalent with the advent of eugenics and standardized testing. Nuako said developers of standardized tests during the early 20th century developed tests in order to “weed out” students who were deemed less capable, specifically minority students, immigrants and poor students.Nuako said that, although some of the racial biases of standardized testing are not as explicit today, ideas of “inherent differences in intelligence between certain minorities,” such as African Americans and Latinos, persist.Nuako said the racial achievement gap is an issue that demands greater awareness and discussion. He said partnerships between educators and the community are important in order to develop solutions.“I think it’s great to explore this topic because growing up, you realize it’s such a pervasive issue no matter what background you come from,” Nuako said. “I think it’s good, no matter your background, to explore this topic. There’s a lot of incorrect information out there, and once you actually get to analyze this critically, you can start to analyze these problems. As Notre Dame students, we have the ability to make a difference.”Tags: abby balmert, Center for Social Concerns, kwame nuako, megan fuerst, notre dame center for social concerns, soup and substance lecture, soup and substance the racial achievement in the U.S., take ten
By Dialogo June 19, 2009 Guatemala, June 18 (EFE). – Official sources informed today that the security forces of Guatemala seized a pseudoephedrine shipment valued at 17.2 million quetzals (approximately 2.2 million dollars), the second this week. A spokesperson of the Civil National Police (PNC) told EFE that the antinarcotics agents of that institution seized the drugs Wednesday night in a warehouse at La Aurora International Airport in Guatemala city. It is a cargo of 148,400 pseudoephedrine tablets, which is believed to be shipped from Bangladesh. “We are investigating the source and destination of the cargo, as well as the way in which it entered the country,” he indicated. Last Monday, antinarcotics agents seized a cargo of 17, 562,000 pseudoephedrine tablets in the port of Quetzal, on the Pacific coast. It was found in a container carried in the boat “Libra Rio”, coming from India. The cargo was valued at approximately 32,48 million dollars. The police spokesperson said that no arrests were made when both cargos were seized. Last February, the Guatemalan government prohibited the import of pseudoephedrine because of its use in the manufacture of synthetic drugs such as ecstasy.
By Dialogo July 13, 2010 The Guatemalan Navy has captured a narco-submarine loaded with five tons of cocaine headed for the United States, Guatemalan authorities said Sunday. The navy, in collaboration with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), intercepted the seventeen-meter-long vessel Friday, in Pacific coastal waters, and arrested four Colombians who were on board. “There was a compartment for sleeping, another for the machinery, and a cargo compartment full of cocaine,” Guatemalan armed forces spokesperson Byron Gutiérrez said at a press conference. The four men arrested remained in the custody of the DEA. Every year, the drug cartels traffic hundreds of tons of South American cocaine to the United States. In October 2009, a similar submarine was found about 175 kilometers from the Guatemalan coast, with ten tons of cocaine on board.
Uniline, a leading Croatian tour operator and the Faculty of Economics and Tourism “Dr. Mijo Mirković ”(FET) from Pula, by signing a cooperation agreement, they started the implementation of a series of activities of long-term common interest, and the main goal is to facilitate and accelerate the inclusion of students in the labor market through Uniline.”The beginning of the cooperation was marked in November last year with a guest lecture by the President of the Management Board of Uniline Boris Žgomba, and now we are continuing to intensify our activities. The goal is to establish cooperation between Uniline and FET, to improve the quality of educational programs and to facilitate and accelerate the inclusion of graduate students in the labor market, to which the Faculty pays special attention. By opting for the vision by which we see FET as a socially responsible center of excellence in higher education and science and a center for fostering innovation and entrepreneurial culture, we have clearly defined our future development. Cooperation with the economy is one of the key areas of action that are indispensable in achieving this vision, and connecting with Uniline as one of our largest partners will significantly contribute to this.”, Says the Dean of the Faculty, Assoc. Robert Zenzerović.Internships and Uniline Wednesday are the first in a series of agreed activities on connecting the economy and higher educationFET students will be able to implement the acquired knowledge and gain practical experience through professional practice, which is one of the important steps towards improving the competencies that students acquire during their education. ”This shows how much we support young, educated and ambitious people. It is part of our systematic and permanent orientation aimed at recognizing and developing human resources, which today more and more in higher education institutions can be called – talents. As part of this, the “Semester of Uniline Experts” begins, every second Wednesday from today onwards with a wide range of topics on the conduct of business processes within our company. We are organizing the Uniline Open Day for all interested students at the end of April this year, the possibility of doing student internships during the spring and summer and in September in cooperation with the Ministry of Tourism of the Republic of Croatia I invite young colleagues to accept the challenge we are sending them and give our best. “Boris Žgomba emphasized and added that he would know how to appreciate the knowledge, enthusiasm and energy of students, and that he hoped that in the near future they would be the bearers of the development of the Croatian economy.By getting to know the business processes and organizational culture in the leading Croatian tour operator, students are enabled to participate in the realization of Uniline’s recently promoted vision to develop and operate as a leading content travel company in designing and offering innovative experiences in Southeast Europe.Related news:UNILINE OPENS NEW BUSINESS HEADQUARTERS AND PRESENTS NEW BUSINESS PHILOSOPHYCOOPERATION BETWEEN ECONOMY AND HIGHER EDUCATION – UNILINE AWARDS SCHOLARSHIPS TO STUDENTSCOMING SOON // Knowledge is power by HrTurizam.hrEDUCATION AND POPULARIZATION OF SCIENCE IN TOURISM – GET INVOLVED IN THE PROJECT “KNOWLEDGE IS POWER”
Among the announced lines for Split are Austrian Airlines flights from Austria, Luxairtours, Transavia and easyJet from Benelux, Transavia and easyJet from France, Condor and Eurowings from Germany, easyJet and Wizz Air from Great Britain, etc., and Croatia Airlines flight is confirmed which will connect Split with Rome from mid-June. For Dubrovnik Austrian Airlines flights from the markets of Austria, Luxairtours, TUI, easyJet and Brussels Airlines from the Benelux, Transavia and easyJet markets from the French market have been announced, as well as flights from the markets of Germany, Hungary, Norway, Sweden and Denmark. According to the announcements, Ryanair, Luxairtours and easyJet will connect Zadar with the Benelux market, while Ryanair will also connect this Croatian destination with German destinations, including Stuttgart, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Karlsruhe and Cologne. Pula According to the announcements, it will, among other things, be connected with Ryanair, Luxairtours and easyJet flights with the Benelux market, and flights from Paris, Frankfurt, Düsseldorf and London have also been announced. For airports Rijeka i Zagreb flights from the markets of Germany, Great Britain and Benelux have been announced. Although air traffic is slowly opening and recovering, positive news is still coming in the context of the announcement of airlines that will connect Croatian destinations with key emitting markets during the main summer months. “Most tourist traffic in Croatia is realized through road traffic, ie through arrivals by car, which, with a share of about 75 percent, is the most common way to come to our country. However, in recent years, Croatia has positioned itself as an air destination, and this is especially important in the current circumstances in which our offer, safety, but also transport accessibility must fight for its share in the tourist market. Awakening of air traffic again will help Croatian destinations, especially Dubrovnik and Split, to be more accessible to many travel enthusiasts”, said the director of the CNTB, Kristjan Staničić. According to information gathered by the Croatian National Tourist Board through its representative offices, most flights have been announced for the second half of June and the beginning of July for airports Split i Dubrovnik, as well as for Zadar, Pula, Zagreb i Rijeka. Most flights to Croatian destinations have been announced from the market Germany, Benelux i France. Despite the global coronavirus pandemic, which still has a strong impact on international tourism trends, Croatia has additionally positioned itself as a safe and desirable tourist destination due to its excellent epidemiological situation on the international market. Croatia Airlines, in addition to the existing international routes from Zagreb to Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Zurich, will also offer flights connecting the Croatian capital with Brussels, Munich, Sarajevo, London and Rome from June 15, while flights will be offered from June 16. from Zagreb to Dublin, and from 18 June to Vienna. Although it is only about flight announcements, or how changes are possible, we are certainly looking forward to positive interest from the market.
Metro Sport ReporterFriday 21 Jun 2019 1:29 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link289Shares Comment Arsenal transfer target Yannick Carrasco suspended by Dalian Yifang Yannick Carrasco has been suspended by Dalian Yifang (Picture: Getty)Arsenal transfer target Yannick Carasco has been suspended by Dalian Yifang.The 25-year-old returned late from international duty with Belgium last week and subsequently missed his side’s match against Hebei CFFC.Carrasco issued an apology on Twitter after he missed a connecting flight but has failed to escape disciplinary action.‘Yannick Carrasco of the Dalian Football Club was absent from the away game against Hebei China Fortune and missed training,’ the club wrote in a statement.ADVERTISEMENTMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea 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 City‘The club now imposes the following penalties on him: Order Carrasco to apologise to the team within three days and stop training.‘The club has always attached importance to the team’s discipline construction, and no individual is above the collective. The club treats everyone equally.’AdvertisementAdvertisementEarlier this week one of Carrasco’s teammates accused the former Atletico Madrid winger of deliberately incurring a suspension to avoid having to play for his club.Speaking on Chinese social media platform Weibo, Yu Ziqian said: ‘You’re a star and you play well, but you can’t win a game by yourself.‘When we played Shanghai Greenland Shenhua you deliberately got a fourth yellow card (in the season) and got a suspension to avoid playing Shanghai SIPG; and then you went back to Europe ahead of schedule.‘When we played Hebei China Fortune you told the club your plane was late. If you came back one day earlier, how could you be late?‘Now you are back, but you don’t even move in training. When we play training matches you just you just stand around the pitch, you do not attack and do not defend.‘The atmosphere of team training has been ruined. As a professional football player, training and games are as important as life.‘No matter how important a person is, he cannot override the team. I really hope we can say a nice goodbye to you just like we welcomed you at the beginning!’Unai Emery is keen to bring Carrasco to north London, while the player is desperate to return to Europe in order to boost his chances of making Belgium’s Euro 2020 squad.Arsenal, who failed in their attempts to sign Carrasco in January, are, however, struggling to agree a fee with Dalian who are yet to decide whether or not to cash in on their prize asset.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Advertisement Advertisement
227 Dewar St, CorindaMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor2 hours ago“I think I fell in love with the library with the brick fireplace. Once we started renovating, we realised it was easier just to practically demolish the whole back of it, we were just going to keep this, keep that, keep the roof, but we ended up virtually keeping none of it except for the library and a front feature brick wall, which I went to great pains to retain.’’Ms Barnhill said she went to great trouble to have the front gate, front door and the door to a wine room made in steel, glass and brass and those accents picked up the home’s glazed brick.“And the library is just a beautiful, warm, lovely room, it has still got that sixties feel,’’ she said.The home is on a large 1867sq m block. The renovation is in a California Modernist style. 227 Dewar St, CorindaIt was the library that Lee-Anne Barnhill fell in love with when she bought her home at 227 Dewar Tce, Corinda, 10 years ago.Her plans then were to renovate the property and turn it into a large family home, but it was something they put off and have just recently done.The result is an almost complete rebuild of the home and a decision that, as their children have now grown up, they would sell it instead. 227 Dewar St, CorindaThe floor plan is split level and is built around central living areas. A number of the rooms open to the outdoor spaces.The outdoor area has a fireplace, barbecue area and a wine fridge.This area has river views and a terraced garden area and swimming pool. There is also a boat pontoon. 227 Dewar St, Corinda“The kids grew up and a family home as such wasn’t required at all,’’ Ms Barnhill said. “It really presents as a brand new home.“Honestly, I bought the house because I fell in love with the sixties retro, funky look. It was dark brown, glazed brick which everyone poo-pooed in those days, but now of course everyone wants it because it is so fashionable. “I loved the joinery and just the feel of it and the library. 227 Dewar St, CorindaThe kitchen has Bianco Venato benchtops with three ovens, two dishwashers, and a separate butlers scullery with foldback windows.There is pure wool carpet in the main bedroom and a walk-in robe. The ensuite has Elba Stone marble, a freestanding bathtub and double shower.There are six bedrooms and four bathrooms throughout the house.Ms Barnhill said the house was close to public transport and within walking distance to some of the best known private schools in the area, and would suit a large family. DETAILS 227 Dewar Tce, CorindaAgent: Sarah Hackett Place BulimbaAuction: Saturday August 26, 1pm