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first_imgWidespread Panic continues its mine of the archives with a pair of video releases including footage of “Tallboy” from the band’s 10/5/13 concert at Family Circle Stadium, along with a clip of “Action Man” from the band’s concert film Live from the Backyard. Filmed live at The Backyard in Austin, TX on 7/20/02, the performance came less than three weeks after founding guitarist Michael Houser‘s last show on July 2nd.This is merely the latest in an ongoing content dump from the Georgia rock outfit. Over the weekend, the band also shared videos of “Tipitina” and “Driving Song” taken from the 2002 documentary The Earth Will Swallow You.The video of “Action Man” delivers a blast from the past from Panic’s transitional period following Houser’s departure and untimely death shortly thereafter. Here fans fan find George McConnell filling in on guitar and adding his own flavor of blues licks to the songs. Rather than trying to emulate Houser’s iconic lingering lead, McConnell instead puts in his own blend of spices into the pot while still giving reverence to the band’s founding guitarist and musical guidepost. Also on hand during this cut from the second set closer is Randall Bramblet on saxophone who helps drive home this impassioned version of the Don’t Tell the Band track.Related: The Lame Ducks Ft. Bob Weir, Dave Schools, Jay Lane, & Jeff Chimenti Bring Grateful Dead Spirit To Georgia Comes Alive [Watch]The October 2013 performance of “Tallboy” at Family Circle Stadium took place during the second of two nights at the Charleston, SC venue as part of the band’s annual run with Umphrey’s McGee. This adrenaline shot of a band staple came as the set two opener, and prior to launching into the beloved fan-favorite the band took a moment to introduce Edie Jackson who serves as an ASL interpreter or, as John Bell put it, “For people who are easy of seeing.”Revisit Widespread Panic’s performances of “Tallboy” in Charleston, SC on 10/5/13, and “Action Man” in Austin, TX on 7/20/02 below.Widespread Panic – “Tallboy” – Charleston, SC – 10/5/13[Video: Widespread Panic]Widespread Panic – “Action Man” – Austin, TX – 7/20/02[Video: Widespread Panic]last_img read more

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first_imgThe state has sensible options to pay for childcare expansion and other smart investments while making Vermont’ s tax system more equitable. That’ s the focus of a new report released by Public Assets Institute. The report suggests getting rid of some state tax deductions, which would then lead to a significant increase in revenue.Most agree that expanding childcare is a good idea: good for children, workers, and the economy. The report (CLICK HERE) identifies five options that could pay for this expansion or other state investments by increasing revenue from the state income tax without raising rates and without hurting low-wage workers.‘ We need to make public investments in order to prosper,’ said Public Assets Institute President Paul Cillo. ‘ Vermont can make smart investments in people, programs, and infrastructure that provide opportunity and ensure the wellbeing of all Vermonters.  And we can do it in a way that makes Vermont’ s tax system more equitable.’One option discussed in the report is elimination of the state income tax deduction for state income taxes paid. The vast majority of states that allow itemized deductions do not include state and local income taxes. Vermont currently caps the deduction at $5,000. Eliminating it would generate about $16 million in new revenue. Another option, eliminating itemized deductions in favor of a higher standard deduction for all filers, could raise $25 million. The revenue estimates were prepared by the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy in Washington, DC.The governor’ s proposal to cut the state’ s Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) increases income tax revenue by about $17 million without raising rates. However, that revenue comes from the poorest working Vermonters, making the state’ s tax system more regressive.The report, ‘ Vermont Has Options to Raise Revenue for Smart Investments,’ is available at publicassets.org.Public Assets Institute is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that promotes sound budget and tax policies to benefit all Vermonters. Additional information is available at www.publicassets.org(link is external).The Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-partisan research organization that works on federal, state, and local tax policy issues. ITEP’s mission is to ensure that elected officials, the media, and the general public have access to accurate, timely, and straightforward information that allows them to understand the effects of current and proposed tax policies. Additional information is available at www.itep.org(link is external)last_img read more

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first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr NAFCU witness David Clendaniel, president and CEO of Dover Federal Credit Union in Dover, Del., will discuss the impact of overregulation on his institution July 15 during a hearing of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit.Clendaniel will talk to the panel about various regulatory relief proposals, the impact of new rules on his credit union’s operation and members since enactment of the Dodd-Frank Act and rules yet to come, including NCUA’s proposed risk-based capital rule. The hearing is set for 2 p.m.The hearing, titled “Examining Regulatory Relief Proposals for Community Financial Institutions, Part II,” follows a similar one held last December and will be led by panel Chairman Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va. continue reading »last_img read more

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first_imgTens of thousands of people have been unable to assert their workplace rights due to the massive hike in employment tribunal fees, the Law Society has said, accusing the government of being ‘wilfully blind’ to the impact of the controversial measures.Responding to the Ministry of Justice’s review of the impact of tribunal fees, Chancery Lane said the ’oppressive’ fees must be removed to ensure justice is upheld for those who need it.Society president Robert Bourns said: ’In the face of plummeting numbers of cases going to the tribunal, falling settlement rates, and thousands of people saying they could not take their cases to the tribunal due to high fees, only by being wilfully blind can the government claim there is “no evidence” that fees are stopping people enforcing their rights.’An estimated 14,000 people per year have unsuccessfully attempted conciliation for their employment dispute but were unable to take their case to the tribunal because of fees.Bourns said: ‘With employment tribunal cases having fallen by around 70% immediately after the fees were introduced, these 14,000 people are the tip of the iceberg.’Tens of thousands of other cases have simply disappeared from the system, to be written off by the government as somehow unmeritorious or unworthy, adding insult to injury for those whose employment rights have been ignored.’Although justice minister Sir Oliver Heald said the current system is ‘generally working effectively and is operating lawfully’, the ministry will consult on proposals to extend support to people on low incomes.People over 25 earning up to £1,250 a month (gross) would be exempt from fees, up from £1,085 now. There will be additional allowances for people living as couples and those with children. Fees will be remitted for certain proceedings related to payments made from the National Insurance Fund.However, Bourns said: ’The solutions the government now proposes are little more than tinkering around the edges, which can never address the tens of thousands of individual workers effectively barred by these fees from asserting their rights.’If the government is genuine about workers being able to defend their rights at work it must restore access to the employment tribunal. This means removing oppressive fees to ensure that justice is upheld for those who need it.’last_img read more

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first_imgAnalog Devices has introduced a low power, high performance, radio transceiver for battery powered applications. This new transceiver enables more reliable wireless radio connections with fewer retries and packet losses as well as longer battery lifetime. The ADF7030-1 features a highly sensitive receiver and superior immunity to signal interferences as well as low power modes, including the industry’s lowest current in sleep mode. Designed with their advanced radio technology, it is ideal for Internet of Things (IoT) devices, smart metering, security and building automation, industrial control, and wireless sensor networks.This sub-GHz integrated radio transceiver supports narrowband and wideband operation across sub-GHz ISM bands with data rates from 0.1 kbps to 300 kbps using 2GFSK modulation. It also supports Wireless M-Bus (WMBUS) and IEEE 802.15.4g-based protocols. The chipset offers excellent receiver sensitivity that maximizes link budgets and support for larger cell sizes with a high immunity to interference, the new transceiver also improves system reliability. This transceiver features a smart wake mode that provides low overall power consumption enabling long lifetime in battery operated systems while maintaining excellent RF performance. It can enter a low power sleep mode consuming only 10 nA with memory retained.With an emphasis on flexibility and ease of use, this radio transceiver features an on-chip ARM Cortex-M0 radio processor that performs radio control and calibration, including time sequencing that reduces engineering development time. A highly programmable packet handler saves more valuable time by simplifying programming interfaces and code development on the host microprocessor. Comprehensive testing by ADI allows engineers to deploy network settings confidently without spending additional time optimizing settings to maximize performance.View Product Specifications.last_img read more

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first_imgDeretan Awak Kabin Norwegian Airlines. Sumber: Paddle Your Own Kanoo Jika selama ini Anda kerap melihat awak kabin maskapai berbalut polesan make-up yang cukup tebal, dan sepatu hak tinggi, maka lain halnya dengan awak kabin dari Norwegian Airlines. Ya, maskapai terbesar di Norwegia ini ternyata tidak terlalu menuntut para awak kabinnya untuk menggunakan sepatu hak tinggi ketika tengah bertugas.Baca Juga: Inilah 14 Tugas Awak Kabin Pesawat Yang Jarang DiketahuiSebagaimana yang dilansir KabarPenumpang.com dari laman simpleflying.com (4/5/2019), kebebasan yang coba diterapkan oleh Norwegian Airlines terhadap awak kabinnya ini merupakan salah satu wujud untuk menghargai usaha yang telah mereka lakukan dan ternyata merujuk kepada pernyataan salah satu dokter yang menyebutkan bahwa penggunaan sepatu hak pendek dinilai lebih sehat ketimbang sepatu hak tinggi. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… Related Bagi awak kabin perempuan (pramugari), mereka diperkenankan untuk menggunakan make-up seadanya saja – riasan mata, foundation tipis, dan pelembab kulit. Sementara awak kabin yang berjenis kelamin pria (pramugara) tidak diperkenankan untuk menggunakan make-up dalam bentuk apapun. Sudah barang tentu, para awak kabin ini akan berdandan semaksimal mungkin, dengan perlengkapan seadanya. Bukankah mereka juga akan tetap ingin terlihat sempurna di depan ratusan penumpang kendati hanya menggunakan make-up tipis saja?“Kami selalu memperbolehkan awak kabin kami untuk mengenakan flat shoes ketika tengah bekerja – setidaknya dua centimeter yang ditujukan untuk keselamatan dan kenyamanan mereka selama bertugas,” ujar Director of Communication Norwegian Airlines, Anders Lindström.“Tidak hanya sebatas membebaskan awak kabin kami untuk berdandan seadanya, tapi kami juga terus berusaha untuk berkomunikasi dengan mereka perihal seragam yang mereka kenakan, apakah sudah cocok dengan pedoman atau belum,” lanjutnya.Baca Juga: Adakah Yang Berbeda Antara Pramugari dan Awak Kabin?Memang, kedengarannya ini seperti tidak ada aturan baku mengenai cara berdandan bagi awak kabin Norwegian Airlines, namun ternyata ini berdampak pada kepercayaan diri mereka untuk mengekspresikan apa yang mereka rasakan.“Tidak hanya pedoman baru ini menawarkan tingkat kenyamanan yang bertambah, mereka juga memberi tim kami lebih banyak pilihan tentang bagaimana mereka ingin mengekspresikan diri di tempat kerja,” lanjut Anders.last_img read more

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first_imgBy David Smith, Jr.OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – Don’t forget it is a special Friday night edition of Sprint Series of Okla­homa presented by Smiley’s Racing Products action coming up on Friday, April 21 as the series makes its second straight appearance at Southern Oklahoma Speedway in Ardmore.Once again, the event will be co-sanctioned with the Sprint Series of Texas.The tour opened its second season at the Southern Oklahoma speedplant back on March 25 and that night saw Wichita Falls, Texas driver Chad Koch pick up his first-ever SSO feature victory, over a strong field of 31 IMCA RaceSaver Sprinters.With Koch’s victory at the season opener, he became the 11th different SSO feature winner in the past eleven events held dating back to last year’s inaugural season.John Carney II won the first two events of 2016 and since then Brandon Long, Carney, Jake Mar­tens, Michelle Melton, Chad Wilson, Joe Wood Jr., Andy Shouse, Luke Cranston, Marcus Thomas, Austin Mundie and Koch have all reached victory lane.Gates will open at 5 p.m. with racing action slated for a 7:30 p.m. start time. Grandstand admis­sion will be $20 for adults and $15 for kids ages 6-12, with all pit passes $30.last_img read more

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first_imgChris Simpson held off Cayden Carter in winning the IMCA Modified feature, and $1,000, at Ben­ton County Speedway’s opener Sunday night. The checkers put Simpson on the ballot for the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational. (Photo by Jim Wittke) The IMCA Sunoco Stock Car feature was another nailbiter. Leah Wroten led early as she has shown that she will be a force to be reckoned with. Steve Meyer took the lead on lap 16 of the 20 lap feature and went on to take the checkers, just nipping Damon Murty at the checkers. Wroten held on to finish third.  Defending national champion Tyler Soppe scored the Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod win. He chased down early leader Ben Chapman and made the winning move as the race slipped past the midway point.  The headliner of the night was the 25-lap IMCA Modified feature, which provided great racing on the perfectly prepared track and a battle to the checkered flag. Simpson, driving a Doug Cue-owned car, started on the pole position, led the race early and appeared to have control of the race until fourth starting Carter began to reel him. Carter raced to the white flag on the rear bumper of Simpson and set up a side-by-side drag race down the back chute as the checkered flag was about to be waved. Simpson shot off the high side of turn four and held off Carter at the finish line taking the win by half a car length. Ethan Braaksma followed across the stripe in third.  By Jerry Mackey  center_img Simpson’s victory paid $1,000 and put him on the ballot for the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational. Kaden Reynolds got to the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock stripe first, ahead of Nathan Ballard and Bret Vanous.  VINTON, Iowa (May 24) – With fans watching on big and small screens, Chris Simpson held off Cayden Carter in winning the IMCA Modified feature on opening night Sunday at Benton County Speedway. The Bullring had a stellar field of 120 race cars in attendance. While the Covid-19 pandemic has played havoc with the scheduling of racing events, perseverance and innovative thinking got the season officially underway. The grandstands were closed on Sunday night but fans were allowed into the parking lot where they could view the races on a drive-in style large movie screen and the races were broadcast on IMCA.TV.last_img read more

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first_imgPhil Cawse (11) had a day to remember, returning a superb 41 points to win the A Flight by six from Jeff North (9) and Phonsie McGahan (6) who both finished on 35 points to take second and third places in that order.Friday’s flight winners, Ben Findon, left, and Jeff North, right, pose with the staff at the Caddyshack.The B Flight scores were somewhat lower with Colin Gregg (27) taking the win with 32 points ahead of Bruce Tollitt (19) and Greg Ritchie (19) who had to be separated by count-back after they both returned with 31 points – Bruce getting the verdict.Damien Trant, Phil Sharple and Phonsie McGahan all collected ‘2’s to share the pot.Friday, Nov. 19, Green Valley – StablefordA large posse of twenty seven took on Green Valley on Friday separated once more into two flights.The scores were generally excellent and Jeff North had the best of the bunch with an A Flight winning 42 points off his 9 H/cap.  Phonsie McGahan (6) finished second on 37 points and Ted Gardner (8) and Helmut Hebstreit (12) took third and fourth respectively on 36 points after undergoing the count-back procedure.Ben Findon (20) was the top man in the second flight with his 39 points ahead of Keith Johnson (22) and Les Hall (18) who both returned level par 36’s, with Keith getting the count-back nod.  Bernard Channing (21) meanwhile took fourth spot on 35.Ben Findon, Les Hall, Helmut Hebstreit, Bill Collis, Bruce Tollitt and Phonsie McGahan split the ‘2’s pot. PSC golf from the CaddyshackWednesday, Nov. 17, Bangpakong – StablefordA group of twenty players split into two flights took the trip north to Bangpakong to tackle this testing course.last_img read more

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first_img(818) 713-3607 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “Winning is obviously the best part,” Long Beach State coach Mike Weathers said. “But getting to see so many guys this weekend was also nice.” The Dirtbags (2-1) used seven true freshmen in the three-game series against a USC lineup that didn’t have any starters back in the same positions from a year ago and featured eight newcomers throughout the weekend. The questions about the newcomers were quickly put out of the way, and the initial answers were more pleasing for LongBeach State. In a matchup of teams loaded with youth and uncertainty, Long Beach State put many of its newcomers to use in defeating USC 5-1 Sunday at Dedeaux Field in the deciding game of the season-opening series. center_img Senior left-hander Omar Arif (1-0) got the win in his Long Beach State debut. Arif, a transfer from Texas Christian, where he was a reliever, was on a tight pitch count, but held USC to twohits in four shutout innings in the start against Trojans newcomer Anthony Vasquez. Vasquez (0-1), a sophomore transfer from Texas A&M who had started in the outfield during the Trojans’ first three games, went six innings. The left-hander allowed two runs on six hits and four walks with three strikeouts. The biggest blow of the afternoon came from one of the few established Dirtbags. Shortstop Danny Espinosa, lastyear’s BigWest Conference Freshman of the Year, hit a three-run homer on the first pitch from USC reliever Shawn Olsen to cap the scoring in the seventh inning. Designated hitter J.J. Owen, who was 2 for 3, was the only USC player with multiple hits. [email protected] last_img read more

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