On Saturday, December 30, an all-star tribute to Phish will take place just down the road from Madison Square Garden at the Cutting Room. Before the band from Vermont takes the main stage for the third of four nights of their New Year’s run, a group of celebrated musicians will come together to honor their music for a pre-show party. The Chase Brothers–Adam and Matthew Chase–will lead Natalie Cressman (Trey Anastasio Band), Chris Bullock (Snarky Puppy), Felix Pastorius (The Mu’tet), and Jamar Woods (The Fritz) through an instrumental, jazz fusion tribute to Phish.Jazz Is Phsh Releases “He Never Spoke A Word,” An Instrumental Album Tribute To PhishWith the music of Phish being both largely improvised as well as highly composed, the framework of Phish’s music is the perfect vehicle for exploring in an instrumental setting. The compositions are both challenging and adaptive. Jazz IS PHSH provides an exploration of Phish music unlike anything else. Don’t miss out on this Phish Pre-Party at The Cutting Room, starting at 4pm. Tickets are available here. Jazz Is PHSH An All-Star Tribute to Phish Ft. The Chase Brothers w/ members of Trey Anastasio Band & Snarky PuppyNatalie Cressman (Trey Anastasio Band)Chris Bullock (Snarky Puppy)Felix Pastorius (The Mu’tet)Jamar Woods (The Fritz)Adam Chase (James Brown Dance Party)Matthew Chase (The Chase Brothers)Tickets are available here.
MIAMI, Florida – For more than 20 years, School Board Chair Perla Tabares Hantman, who represents District 4, has been championing the promotion of the annual college fair.This past December, the Miami-Dade School Board voted for the 22nd time to promote and encourage participation in the 2020 Miami National College Fair, which is scheduled for Sunday, February 23rd, from noon to 4 p.m., at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Miami Airport & Convention Center. The Center is located at 777 N.W. 72nd Ave., Miami, FL 33126. Admission to the College Fair is free.“The College Fair provides parents and students with excellent information about educational opportunities and choices,” said Ms. Hantman, who has co-chaired the fair’s local committee for many years. “It is a wonderful way for them to become informed and discover their options for post-secondary education.”Representatives from nearly 200 colleges and universities will meet with students and parents on subjects such as financial aid, college planning, admission and testing requirements.For more information, visit the fair’s website, www.nacacnet.org or call the College Fair Hotline at 305-995-1739.
On average, 1000 Irish people die every year as a result of alcohol consumption based on a new study done by the Health Research Board.The new study also showed that in 2014, Irish people consumed 11 litres of pure alcohol. As stated by the Irish Times this is equivalent to 116 bottles of wine, 445 pints of beer or 29 litres of vodka.The report by the Health Research Board expressed that Ireland’s alcohol abuse dilemma is responsible for nearly 10% of the health budget every year.Ireland are fourth in the OECD for the heaviest drinkers, the alcohol consumption is also responsible for three deaths a day here in Ireland and also was related to 17,000 hospital discharges in 2013. The most shocking statistic taken from the report is that 1 in 3 cases of self-harm in 2014 was related back to alcohol, also alcohol is to blame for over 160,000 assaults every year on this island.IS ALCOHOLISM TURNING INTO AN EPIDEMIC HERE IN IRELAND? was last modified: June 23rd, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:alcohol consumptionhealth research boardIrish Times
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest At the January FFA Meeting the Miami East-MVCTC FFA Chapter held its annual Chili Cook-Off Competition. Members were given the challenge of working in teams to create a chili to submit to the judges for evaluation. They had to provide their recipe and were evaluated on taste.Winners of the competition included two categories. The Judges Choice Winner was a tie between the team of Aliegha Ulsh and Blake Snyder with their bean-based red chili and Ashley Hawkins and Bailey Buck with their tomato based chili. The People’s Choice Winner was Emma Linn and Alex Isbrandt with their stewed tomato chili. Additional contest participants included Jessica Copeland, Zach and Colton Kowalak and Carly Gump.All winning teams and participants received an FFA T-Shirt . Judges for the event were the Miami East High School custodial staff of Les Kinder, Richard Hague and Hannah Ivey.
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Continue Reading Previous ST: single-shunt BLDC motor controller saves space, time, and BOMNext Sensirion: miniaturized CO2 sensor The R&S CMX500 radio communication tester from Rohde & Schwarz brings extensive device testing capabilities to the market, covering standalone, non-standalone, TDD, FDD, FR1 and FR2.ETS-Lindgren is integrating the R&S CMX500 radio communication tester to offer turnkey 5G test solutions to its customers. Pairing the R&S CMX500 with ETS-Lindgren’s CTIA-compliant EMQuest Antenna Measurement software and regulatory-compliant TILE! emissions and immunity software will provide comprehensive 5G OTA and EMC/EMI test capabilities.The R&S CMX500 provides support for all 5G NR modes including FR1 (sub6 GHz) and FR2 (mmW), non-standalone and standalone, for both FDD and TDD. The R&S CMX500 works seamlessly with the R&S CMW500 wideband radio communication tester, the industry standard for cellular (LTE, C-IoT, 3G, 2G) and connectivity (WLAN, Bluetooth) testing. The combination of the R&S CMX500 with the R&S CMW500 provides complete coverage of all major commercial wireless technologies.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Tools & Software
Bomb threat at Stratford Festival cancels opening night, causes theatre evacuationOpening night of the Stratford Festival’s 2018 season has been cancelled – and the 1826-seat Festival Theatre was evacuated just half an hour before a full-house performance of The Tempest was set to begin because of a bomb threat against the theatre.Ann Swerdfager, publicity director at the festival, said on Monday that police had asked for the building to be evacuated.In a news release, Ms. Swerdfager said the festival cancelled the opening performance of The Tempest “on the advice of police” owing to a bomb threat. READ MORE Advertisement Stratford Festival opening night cancelled following bomb threatA bomb threat forced the cancellation of the opening night of the Stratford Festival on Monday evening and prompted an evacuation of as many as 2,000 people from the Festival Theatre.Police in Stratford, Ont., say they were called at approximately 6:45 p.m. about explosives being placed at the festival.Staff at the festival were immediately advised, police said. As many as 1,830 theatregoers at the Festival Theatre were affected along with actors and staff, said festival spokesperson Ann Swerdfager. The nearby Avon Theatre was also ordered evacuated, though few if any people would have been inside. READ MOREBomb threat cancels Stratford festival opening night for the first time in 65 yearsIn an unprecedented move, the Stratford Festival’s opening night was cancelled Monday after police evacuated the Festival Theatre over an “explosives threat” just after 7 p.m.Just half an hour before the sold-out opening night performance of The Tempest was set to begin, police officers asked the hundreds of well-dressed patrons to immediately evacuate the theatre, telling them to go as far from the building as the Avon River and Water Street.Police, with the help of Stratford firefighters, set up a perimeter around the Festival Theatre, blocking off Queen Street, Water Street and Lakeside Drive. READ MOREOPENING NIGHT OF THE STRATFORD FESTIVAL CANCELLED AFTER BOMB THREATThe show will go on at the Stratford Festival, with increased security.Monday night’s opening of the festival’s 2018 season, a performance of “The Tempest” at the Festival Theatre, was cancelled after Stratford Police say they received a phone call around 6:45 p.m. from an unknown man who made a bomb threat against the festival.Police then advised festival officials about the threat and both the Festival Theatre, filled with just over 18 hundred people gathered for the show, and the Avon Theatre, which had workers getting it ready for shows, were evacuated with police then searching the grounds both inside and out. READ MOREOpening night of Stratford Festival cancelled, theatre evacuated after ‘bomb threat’The opening night of the Stratford Festival was cancelled Monday after a bomb threat.Spokesperson Ann Swerdfager told Global News that the event at the Festival Theatre in Stratford was evacuated after a “bomb threat” at approximately 6:45 p.m.No one was injured in the incident.Stratford Police said they “received a call that explosives have been placed ‘at the Stratford Festival.’ Both the Festival Theatre and the Avon Theatre were evacuated as a precaution. READ MOREStratford Festival theatres evacuated on opening night due to threatHundreds of people were forced to leave two theatres on the opening night of the Stratford Festival in Stratford, Ont., after police responded to a threat.Stratford Mayor Dan Mathieson told CTV Kitchener that a call to police prompted them to ask theatregoers to leave the Festival Theatre, where more than 1,800 had gathered Monday night to watch “The Tempest.” The festival’s Avon theatre was also evacuated.Stratford Police Acting Deputy Chief Sam Theocharis later told reporters that a threat had been made over the phone at approximately 6:45 p.m. READ MOREStratford Festival opening night cancelled after bomb threatFor the first time in the Stratford Festival’s history, the opening night was cancelled Monday after a bomb threat was issued.Around 6:45 p.m, Stratford police received a call saying explosives had been placed at the festival. The Festival Theatre was evacuated and the Avon Theatre, where staff were working, was also evacuated as a precaution. About 1,830 people were forced to leave the grounds.Officers were searching the scene Monday evening and advised the public to stay away. READ MORE Twitter Login/Register With: Facebook LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Advertisement
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Join 100.1 Moose FM, the Alaska Highway News, and CJDC-TV at the Lido Theatre tonight (October 2) as candidates for Fort St. John city council debate the issues facing the city over the next four years.Twelve candidates have put their names forward for six council seats and will debate their ideas on the progress they want to see made by 2022, and how they plan to get there. The forum promises to be a mix of policy and personality, with topics on the economy and development, taxes and social challenges, the arts and sports, and plenty more to help voters get to know the candidates.“After hosting separate forums for candidates in past elections, we’ve partnered to maximize our resources to cover this year’s race for council, and ensure residents get out to the polls,” said 100.1 Moose FM news director Chris Newton. Newton will moderate the debate with Matt Preprost, managing editor of the Alaska Highway News.The event is open to the public and free to attend, and questions will be taken from the audience.“We’re challenging candidates to bring forward their opinions on the last four years of city development, and their ideas for the next four,” said Preprost.The debate will be broadcast live on Facebook through Alaska Highway News, Moose FM/EnergeticCity.ca, and CJDC-TV. It will also be broadcast live on the radio through 100.1 Moose FM and 98.5 Sun FM.Voter turnout in the 2014 election was just 15 percent in Fort St. John, the lowest of all municipalities in British Columbia.The forum is being sponsored by the BC Northern Real Estate Board and Lido Theatre, with support from the Fort St. John & District Chamber of Commerce. Doors open at 6 p.m. for a candidate meet and greet, with the debate to begin at 7 p.m. Seats can be reserved by calling the Lido at 250-785-3011.The election will be held October 20, with advanced voting opportunities on October 10 and 17. Voting will take place at the Fort St. John Legion from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.