Summer Camp Confirms Their Return To Three Sisters Park In 2017

first_imgLongtime fans of the Summer Camp Music Festival have been on edge this years, with rumors circulating that the beloved Chillicothe, IL festival would change locations from the Three Sisters Park to the Kennekuk County Park, site of the former Phases Of The Moon Festival, and roughly two hours driving from the festival’s current location. The festival’s Founder and Director released a statement to address the concern, assuring that the rumors of consideration were true but a decision had not yet been made.Today, the festival excitingly confirms that the 17th annual Summer Camp Music Festival will take place at Three Sisters Park on May 26, 27, and 28 of 2017. Here is the official statement from Summer Camp Music Festival Founder and Director, Ian Goldberg, which opens the door to potential future ventures at the Kennekuk County Park.Dear Summer Camp Fam,I am pleased to announce that we have come to an agreement with Three Sisters Park. Summer Camp Music Festival 2017 will again take place at its longstanding home in Chillicothe, Illinois.I know the past couple weeks have been a bit unsettling, and I greatly appreciate all the support we received from you.It was refreshing and inspiring to feel all your love. It again renewed my faith and commitment to doing what we do.I would like to thank the great people at Kennekuk County Park, The Vermillion County Conservation District, and the community in Danville, who, knowing the uncertainty of the situation, put untold hours into helping us devise a plan to move should it have become necessary. As I stated before, I am hoping that relationship will turn into fruitful ventures in the future.But again, most of all I must thank you, our loyal fans, for continuing to support this crazy journey we embarked on 16 years ago and for continuing to show that know matter the turns and twists, it all comes down to a love for the music and community that we have grown together.Much Love – Can’t wait to see you at Summer Camp 2017!!Ian Goldberg Founder and Director Summer Camp Music FestivalThe Summer Camp Music Festival will feature over 100 artists on 8 stages, including 3 days of moe. and 3 days of Umphrey’s McGee. On top of all the live music, festival-goers have access to on-site camping, late night shows, musician workshops, a non-profit village, unique arts & craft vendors, and tons of great food and beer.Advanced Early Bird 3-Day GA Tickets go on sale Wednesday, December 14th at 10 AM CST right here. There will be a limited number of tickets available at this price, and once they sell out, the ticket price may go up without notice, the festival warns.last_img read more

KDTU’s Tribute To The Stones, Worship My Organ, And More Hit Jazz Fest Late Nights [Photos]

first_imgThe last weekend of this year’s New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival is in full swing, with the Fairgrounds packed with performances by dozens of artists each day and the city alive with late-night performances running well beyond after the sun comes up. Yesterday, saw an abundance of incredible musicians grace the various stages across the Crescent City on Cinco De Mayo following the end of Friday’s official Jazz Fest performances for the day, and luckily, photographer Dave Vann was there to capture some of the action as it went down.As always, Jazz Fest Late Nights are expansive, and no amount of coverage could truly do the bounty of musical collaborations across the city justice, so we’ll just give you a taste of the musical insanity that was going down across the city. At the Orpheum Theater, Austin’s four-piece rock group White Denim took to the stage early, putting on a lively performance that got folks primed for Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe. Denson and his Tiny Universe compadres planned a special performance in store—their tribute to The Rolling Stones’ Exile On Main St. (a fitting tribute considering that Denson himself joined The Rolling Stones as a touring member back in 2014) with the group’s take New Orleans take on the classic album dubbed Exile On Bourbon St.—for the fans who made it out.Across the way, The Howlin’ Wolf was going off with the 15th Annual Bayou Rendezvous underway since 9 p.m. and no plans of stopping until after breakfast was served this morning. In addition to the all-star super-groups gathered for the evening to headline the event—Dr. Klaw featuring the Shady Horns and the Bayou Rendezvous All-Stars—a number of other big names were rounding out the other seven performance slots across the event’s two stages. In the wee hours of the morning, Orgone and Lebo And Friends—brought together by Dan Lebowitz of ALO and Steve Kimock fame and featuring Steve Adams (ALO, Nicki Bluhm), Stu Allen (JGB Band, Phil Lesh), and Jay Lane (Ratdog, Primus)—were just starting their night around 4 AM. Photo: Dave Vann Orgone | Howlin’ Wolf | New Orleans, LA | 5/5/17 | Photo: Dave Vann Load remaining images The 15th Annual Bayou Rendezvous Takes Over The Howlin’ Wolf For Jazz Fest [Photos]A favorite of Jazz Fest Late Nights was also happening over at The Maison, Worship My Organ, a late-night tradition that brings together world-renowned organ players to team up and get into. Continuing again tonight, this year’s iteration featured organ wizards John Medeski of Medeski, Martin, & Wood, Marco Benevento of the Benevento Russo Duo, and Robert Walter of the Greyboy Allstars all holding it down on the Hammond B3. These three virtuosos were complimented by saxophonist Skerik (Les Claypool), drummer Daru Jones (Jack White), and DJ Logic (John Popper Project).Check out our photo coverage of these awesome event below, courtesy of Dave Vann, and stayed tuned as a bunch more of Live For Live Music’s Jazz Fest coverage is coming your way. Load remaining images Load remaining images Load remaining images Lebo And Friends | Howlin’ Wolf | New Orleans, LA | 5/5/17 | Photo: Dave Vann White Denim | Orpheum Theater | New Orleans, LA | 5/5/17 | Photo: Dave Vann Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe – Exile On Bourbon Street | Orpheum Theater | New Orleans, LA | 5/5/17 | Photo: Dave Vann Worship My Organ | The Maison | New Orleans, LA | 5/5/17 | Photo: Dave Vann Load remaining imageslast_img read more

Court Rejects Bid to Re-do Appeal of Ex-NCPD Commander’s Conviction

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York The highest court in New York State has denied a motion requesting a re-do of arguments in an appeal of a former Nassau County police commander’s conviction for covering up a burglary.The ruling Tuesday came three months after the state Court of Appeals upheld a lower appeals court’s prior confirmation of a Nassau jury’s 2013 verdict convicting William Flanagan, the ex-Nassau police second deputy commissioner, of misconduct and conspiracy.“A jury convicted William Flanagan of official misconduct and that conviction has been upheld all the way to the state’s highest court,” Nassau County District Attorney Madaline Singas said. “I commend our investigators and prosecutors for their outstanding work holding this defendant accountable for the criminal betrayal of the trust placed in him as Deputy Police Commissioner.”Prosecutors have said Flanagan helped quash a burglary committed by Zachary Parker, the son of his friend, Gary Parker, who volunteered for and donated to the nonprofit Nassau County Police Foundation. Zachary, who was a Nassau police Ambulance Bureau intern at the time, had stolen thousands of dollars worth of electronics from his alma mater, John F. Kennedy High School, shortly before his ’09 graduation, authorities have said.Parker wasn’t arrested for the theft despite school officials repeatedly insisting that they wanted to press charges. The theft and cover-up were the subject of a ’11 Press expose, which sparked an investigation by the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office.Parker was subsequently convicted of burglary, sentenced to prison after violating his probation, and has since been released.Flanagan was among three former police officials charged in the cover-up. John Hunter, the retired Deputy Chief of Patrol, and Det. Sgt. Alan Sharpe both pleaded guilty to misconduct and were sentenced to probation in connection with the case. They were spared jail time in exchange for their pleas.Judge Mark Cohen—a Suffolk judge brought in after two Nassau judges recused themselves from the case—had sentenced Flanagan to 60 days in jail, but execution of that term had been repeatedly stayed pending the appeal. Cohen also sentenced Flanagan to five months of probation.After the February ruling, Flangan began serving his jail term and was released March 31, jail officials said. He served his time at Suffolk County jail in Riverhead because of his ties to Nassau.His attorney, Donna Aldea, declined to comment.last_img read more

Pundits to examine political climate

first_imgPolitical pundits Stephanie Cutter (left) and Nicolle Wallace The 2020 presidential election campaign is unlike any before, according to political pundits Nicolle Wallace and Stephanie Cutter.“The way we communicate is changing so rapidly, and the 2020 campaigns are facing that challenge in different ways,” says Cutter, founding partner at Precision Strategies and a former Obama administration adviser.Cutter and GOP strategist Nicolle Wallace, special assistant to the president and director of media affairs at the White House under President George W. Bush, will address the 2020 CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference Feb. 23-27 in Washington, D.C.Troy Stang, CUNA Board vice chair and president/CEO of the Northwest Credit Union Association, will lead the discussion. continue reading »center_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

HUB: It is not logical that banks, which do not perform a registered tourist or service activity, are expected to be subject to the Law on Tourist Membership Fees

first_imgWe received the first reactions to the proposal of the new Tourist Membership Act from the Croatian Banking Association (HUB), since according to the proposal of the new Tourist Membership Act, banks should become liable to pay tourist membership fees.The new proposal reduces the number of rates for calculating membership fees from the current 28 to 5 and deletes part of the membership fee: activities such as maritime and coastal transport of goods, operation of sports facilities, computer programming, information services, translation and interpreter services, artistic creation , hairdressing and other beauty treatment.While on the other hand, with the new proposal, banks become liable to pay membership fees in the part for income in the balance sheet from the group “income from fees and commissions” “ In the field research, we noticed that banks directly benefit from tourist traffic, because in July and August they recorded a drastic increase in ATM turnover, and the turnover of cardholders also increased. Given that their income in this segment of business increases significantly during the heart of the tourist year, it was decided to put banks on the list of activities that will pay tourist dues. pointed out the Minister of Tourism Garri Cappelli and added that the goal is a fairer model of coverage of taxpayers as well as the distribution of funds paid from membership fees.HUB: Banks in Croatia already pay the fee based on the income from exchange operations realized in the tourist place, and the new law would also pay the fee based on the total income from fees and commissions.As they point out from HUB until the moment of publication, they did not have information about the details of the new Bill on membership fees in tourist boards or that a new increase in fees for the banking industry is planned. “In principle, we can say that we do not consider it logical that banks, which do not perform a registered tourist or service activity, are expected to be subject to this levy. For a longer period of time, the tax relief of the economy has been discussed, and this Act introduces an additional levy on one branch of the economy. Banks in Croatia already pay the fee on the basis of income from exchange operations realized in a tourist place, and the new law would pay the fee on the basis of total income from fees and commissions. The law clearly implies that the legislator is a person who permanently or seasonally income from the provision of catering services, services in tourism or performing activities directly related to tourism. By extending the base to the total income from fees and commissions of banks, it would unjustifiably burden banks for those activities that are not related to the provision of services related to tourism (such as fees and commissions for credit, guarantee and similar transactions). stand out from the Croatian Association of Banks, which brings together 19 leading Croatian banks, which make up more than 97 percent of the total assets of all Croatian banks.They add that this would drastically increase the base for banks, and thus the total amount that banks pay based on the performance of their core business. According to the first calculations of HUB, the total cost of the tourist membership fee would increase 10-15 times, and consequently the regulatory cost for the banking industry would be significantly higher. As a result, the banking industry would have less room to lower interest margins and make the most favorable offer for its consumers. “Generally speaking, a long-term sustainable approach to stimulating the growth of the entire Croatian economy should primarily go in the direction of creating adequate preconditions and frameworks that will enable even better use of existing potentials of a well-capitalized, liquid and strong banking system, ie financing as many quality and profitable Instead of adopting additional measures and levies that could potentially reduce the overall credit potential of the financial sector, the creation of such an entrepreneurial framework and, consequently, the growth of the real economy will have a positive effect on revenue growth generated by the state. ”  conclude from the Croatian Association of Banks.GET INVOLVED IN THE PUBLIC HEARING / / / Law on Tourist Boards and Promotion of Croatian Tourism, Law on Tourist Tax and Law on Membership Fees in Tourist Boards at Public Hearinglast_img read more

Benchmark shares plummet after 16% NAV fall

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Warner closes on ‘Project Clay’

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Bulldog Indoor State Track State Meet Qualifiers

first_imgResults are finally in and Batesville High School has qualified quite a few events to the indoor state meet which will take place this Saturday at Gladstein Feildhouse on the Indiana University Campus.  Small Schools (1A-3A) will take place after the large school meet and we are schedule to begin our competition at 4pm.Events we have qualified for…3200-Ean LoichingerPole Vault-Stephanie NobbeHigh Jump-Carley PrideShot Put-Katie BedelBoys and Girls 4 x 800 relay, 4 x 400 relay, 4000M DM Relay.THIS IS THE MOST EVER THAT ANYONE CAN REMEMBER TO QUALIFY FROM BHS TO THIS MEET IN ONE YEAR! THIS IS AWESOME! WAY TO GO EVERYONE!!!Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Lisa Gausman.last_img

Power restored after outage in Greensburg

first_imgGreensburg, IN—Decatur County REMC is back on the grid after experiencing an outage for roughly an hour this morning, affecting a large portion of their service territory north and east of Greensburg.  St. Mary’s and Greensburg schools were included in the power outage. Roughly 400 members were affected in the outage according to Decatur County REMC representatives.It appears that a circuit down from Center substation located on Barachel Lane, but crews were close by to identify the issue quickly.last_img

Coutinho out for weeks after ankle surgery

first_imgRelatedPosts Italy introduces compulsory virus testing for travellers from France Nigeria records new COVID-19 infections, more deaths as figures rise to 57,242 Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ Bayern Munich midfielder Philippe Coutinho underwent minor surgery on his right ankle on Friday and will start his rehabilitation programme in about two weeks.The 27-year-old Brazil international, on loan from Barcelona for one season, could be back fit for the remainder of the Bundesliga campaign, which has been suspended since mid-March due to the coronavirus outbreak. Chelsea are one of the clubs that have been offered the chance to sign on-loan Coutinho from Barcelona.Coutinho’s agent, Kia Joorabchian, this month told Sky Sports News his client would “love” to come back to the Premier League, but questioned what the financial conditions of all clubs would be following the coronavirus pandemic.The Bundesliga is expected to restart some time next month with games played without spectators, though an exact date will likely be decided next week at a government meeting.Bayern is four points clear at the top of the table and in the hunt for a record-extending eighth straight league crown.— Tags: CoronavirusKia JoorabchianPhilippe CoutinhoPremier LeagueSky Sports Newslast_img read more