Jennifer Hartswick Announces Tour With Nick Cassarino In Support Of New Solo LP, ‘Nexus’

first_imgJennifer Hartswick Upcoming Tour Dates*newly announced dates bolded8.5Jen Hartswick & Nick CassarinoNewport Jazz FestivalNewport, RI8.8New Orleans SuspectsNarrows CenterFall River, MA8.9New Orleans SuspectsBrooklyn BowlBrooklyn, NY8.10New Orleans SuspectsThe HamiltonWashington, DC8.11New Orleans SuspectsArdmore Music HallPhiladelphia, PA8.15Shaun Martin’s Go Go PartyWoodlands TavernColumbus, OH8.16Shaun Martin’s Go Go PartyHi-FiIndianapolis, IN8.17Shaun Martin’s Go Go PartyMartyr’sChicago, IL8.18Shaun Martin’s Go Go PartyFounders BreweryGrand Rapids, MI8.19Shaun Martin’s Go Go PartyOtus SupplyFerndale, MI8.28Nth PowerTerminal WestAtlanta, GA8.29Nth PowerCedar Street Social ClubMobile, AL8.30Nth Power / Umphrey’s McGeeJoy TheaterNew Orleans, LA8.31Nth Power / Umphrey’s McGeeMoody TheaterAustin, TX9.1Nth Power / Umphrey’s McGeeHouse Of BluesDallas, TX9.2Nth PowerLast Concert CafeHouston, TX9.7Jennifer Hartswick & Nick CassarinoIdea WorksMansfield, OH9.8Jennifer Hartswick & Nick CassarinoDavid Shaw’s Big River Get DownHamilton, OH9.15Jennifer Hartswick & Nick CassarinoJazz On 2nd AveNiwot, CO9.20Jennifer Hartswick & Nick CassarinoRoyal RoomSeattle, WA9.21Jennifer Hartswick & Nick CassarinoJack London RevuePortland, OR9.22Jennifer Hartswick & Nick CassarinoTalent BarTalent, OR9.23Jennifer Hartswick Band w/ Bobby Vega & Nick CassarinoSweetwater In The SunNovato, CA9.25Jennifer Hartswick & Nick CassarinoBoom Boom RoomSan Francisco, CA10.9Jennifer Hartswick & Nick CassarinoWorld Cafe LivePhiladelphia, CA10.10Jennifer Hartswick & Nick CassarinoCutting RoomNew York, NY10.11Jennifer Hartswick & Nick CassarinoAcoustic CafeBridgeport, CT10.12Jennifer Hartswick & Nick CassarinoRed RoomBoston, MA10.28Jennifer Hartswick & Nick CassarinoSuwannee HulaweenLive Oak, FLView Upcoming Tour Dates Today, the powerfully versatile Jennifer Hartswick (Trey Anastasio Band) has announced an upcoming fall tour with frequent collaborator Nick Cassarino (The Nth Power) in support of her upcoming solo album, Nexus.The tour will make stops at various clubs and festivals across the country this September and October including newly confirmed performances in Ohio, Washington, Oregon, California, Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts in addition to previously scheduled stops at David Shaw’s Big River Get Down, Sweetwater In The Sun, and Suwannee Hulaween.Nexus, Jennifer Hartswick’s latest solo LP, features contributions from Cassarino as well as six-time Grammy Award-winning jazz bassist Christian McBride. As the album announcement noted, on Nexus, Hartswick delivers “a powerful and vulnerable performance from the depths of her soul.” The album’s official release will coincide with the tour’s opening night on September 7th at Idea Works in Mansfield, Ohio. Nexus is available for pre-order now via Jennifer Hartswick’s website on vinyl along with various custom merch packages.See below for a list of Jennifer Hartswick tour dates with Cassarino and a variety of other projects. For more information, head to Hartswick’s website.last_img read more

New York-Bound The Play That Goes Wrong Extends in London

first_img View Comments New York-bound hit comedy The Play That Goes Wrong has extended again in London’s West End and will now play through February 14, 2016. Co-written by Mischief Theatre’s Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields, the production is playing at the Duchess Theatre, where it opened in September 2014.Directed by Mark Bell, The Play That Goes Wrong introduces The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society, a group attempting to put on a 1920s murder mystery. As the title suggests, what can go wrong does go wrong as the accident-prone thespians battle on against all odds to get to their final curtain call.Lewis, Sayer and Shields also star in the play, along with Charlie Russell, Dave Hearn, Greg Tannahill, Nancy Wallinger and Rob Falconer.last_img

Sensor Placement

first_img“When we create management zones, the typical rule of thumb in precision ag is a range of somewhere between three and four management zones,” Porter said. “If we get much lower than that, then we’re not showing much variability in the field. If we get higher than five management zones, it can be higher than what we can actually manage.” The use of sensors in management zones allows farmers and researchers like Porter and Vellidis to make better irrigation decisions, he said.For more information about irrigation practices or techniques, see Knowing the best place to install soil moisture sensors in fields, and how many, helps farmers optimize their water use, says University of Georgia Cooperative Extension precision agriculture and irrigation specialist Wes Porter. “Basically, what soil moisture sensors are giving us is a point reference in that field, or a one-point measurement from a particular area in that field,” he said. “If we take a bad measurement somewhere in the field, that’s going to affect our entire area.”Sensors are placed in the ground to provide farmers with accurate assessments of the soil quality. With the help of soil moisture sensors, questions of whether the soil is too dry, too saturated or whether certain areas are drier than others can be answered, Porter said.Two different kinds of sensors are typically used for measuring soil moisture. The most commonly used type is called “capacitance,” and it indicates the amount of water available to use. The other type, tensiometric soil moisture sensors, determines the soil moisture that’s available and measures how much energy a plant must exert to extract moisture from the soil. Once this level gets too high, the plant can no longer extract moisture from the soil.Porter, an advocate of sensors, says that to be effective agricultural tools, sensors have to be strategically placed throughout a field to provide accurate readings of the soil. If only one sensor will be used, he suggests picking an area that best represents the entire field. However, multiple sensors may be needed to get the best irrigation recommendations.Making hasty or bad decisions, like installing a sensor beside the road because it’s easily accessible, can cause ramifications later.“If we place the sensor in sandy soils, we might overirrigate the rest of the field. If we place the sensor in an area that has a slightly higher water-holding capacity and the rest of the field is mostly dominated by sand, it’s more than likely that the rest of the field will be underirrigated,” Porter said. “If we pick a lower area, in most cases, it’s going to be wetter. That means we’re not going to irrigate as often as we should. If we pick a higher area, it may be a little drier, so we would irrigate the field more than we normally would.”Porter also stresses the importance of realizing that all fields are not created equal. Soils in the Southeast have extremely high levels of variability. A farmer may have multiple fields physically located near each other but with very different soil types. “My advice is to invest a little bit more money and put a couple of sensors out in the field. If you’ve got a couple of sensors throughout the field, they will better represent the field. Then one can average those and better target what the entire field needs,” he said.Porter and UGA precision agriculture specialist George Vellidis use another management strategy with soil moisture sensors: management zones. They divide the field into zones and place multiple sensors in each zone. The sensors provide accurate information about the soil moisture in their respective zones.last_img read more

FERC chairman vows fuel neutrality on grid resilience

first_imgFERC chairman vows fuel neutrality on grid resilience FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享S&P Global Market Intelligence ($):A rapid decline in costs and growing customer demand will continue to drive the expansion of renewable energy, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission member Neil Chatterjee said Sept. 26. As FERC looks at ways to define and value grid resilience, the Republican commissioner vowed that any new FERC policy will be “fuel-neutral,” even as nuclear and coal power advocates seek financial support for those plants.Chatterjee delivered his comments at the National Clean Energy Week Policy Makers Symposium in Washington, D.C. He repeated estimates from Bloomberg New Energy Finance that onshore wind and solar energy costs fell 18% in the first half alone, fueling the swift expansion in U.S. renewable-based power. He also highlighted the results of an Xcel Energy Inc. resource solicitation in 2017 in which median offers for wind and solar power were $18/MWh and $29/MWh, respectively, for contracts starting in 2023.The federal wind production tax credit expires before that year, yet Chatterjee said the offers Xcel received were still at or below the Midcontinent ISO’s average locational marginal price of energy in 2017. “This means that we are on the cusp of a future where renewables can compete on cost and make money on the open market even without subsidies.”For its part, FERC has worked to “level the playing field” for renewables, including through the commission’s Order 841issued in February and various proposals FERC has approved from regional grid operators to better integrate renewable power, Chatterjee said. Order 841 requires regional market operators to facilitate the participation of energy storage in competitive markets.Chatterjee said his past in coal country and support of nuclear power do not play a role in his decisionmaking at FERC. The GOP commissioner joined four other FERC members in unanimously rejecting a September 2017 proposal from Energy Secretary Rick Perry that sought to require regional grid operators to ensure full cost recovery for plants in wholesale markets that stored at least 90 days of fuel on-site. Perry said the rule was needed to ensure grid resilience and reliability, but critics said it would force consumers to pay for uncompetitive and unneeded coal and nuclear plants.More ($): US Republican policymakers tout clean energy progresslast_img read more

Are you ready to be a #Trailsetter

first_img When we say we have trails for everyone inVirginia’s Blue Ridge, it includes those who want to check out our local food& drink scene! Virginia’s Blue RidgeCheers Trail is a collection of nearly 30 breweries, wineries, and craftspirits producers located in our region. Each one features their own uniqueflavors and atmosphere that serve as great spots for a post-adventure drink. You’ll love taking advantage of the newovernight lodging options at Roanoke County’s Explore Park. Located just off the Blue Ridge Parkway at Milepost 115, the park offers primitivecamping sites, RV sites, yurts, bell & canvas tents, canvas and pod cabins.Surrounded by trails and with easy access to the Roanoke River, this is theperfect spot for the outdoor enthusiast. Stay Go Outside & Play A #Trailsetter can make Virginia’s Blue Ridgetheir personal outdoor playground with all the amazing options for hiking,biking and paddling. Lace up your hiking boots and conquer the Virginia Triple Crown. The three hikesalong the Appalachian Trail that make up the Triple Crown – Dragon’s Tooth, McAfee Knob, and TinkerCliffs – feature some of the most beautiful views in Virginia. If you’dprefer to explore the region on two wheels, check out the awesome mountainbiking at Carvins Cove and Mill Mountain Park, one of the besturban trail systems in the nation! For paddling, the Upper James River Water Trail, RoanokeRiver Blueway, and Pigg RiverBlueway are beautiful waterways for a relaxing float or paddle. Twin River Outfitters and Roanoke Mountain Adventures are localoutfitters with rentals, guide & shuttle services to help you plan youradventure. Are you ready to be a #Trailsetter and planyour next metro mountain adventure in Virginia’s Blue Ridge? With over 1,000miles of trails, Virginia’s Blue Ridge is the ultimate destination for outdoorrecreation. We’re the only IMBA Silver-Level Ride Center on the East Coast,which makes us America’s East CoastMountain Biking Capital, and there’s also incredible hiking on theAppalachian Trail and fun paddling on the Upper James River Water Trail. Chooseyour own path. Be a #Trailsetter.center_img Photo courtesy of Matt Ross & Franklin County Parks & Recreation Virginia’s Blue Ridge Cheers Trail last_img read more

Cairns real estate agent Joan Robb in top 3 sellers in Australia

first_imgREMAX agent Joan Robb, and principle of REMAX Tony Wiliamson. Joan was awarded the REMAX number 3 in Queensland and Australia for individual settled sales PICTURE: ANNA ROGERSAFTER just four years with the company, RE/MAX Cairns real estate sales associate Joan Robb has been listed among its top three sellers in the country.Owner Tony Williamson said the achievement was impressive with Cairns’ median house price much lower than that of capital cities. Ms Robb believes building trust and working hard were behind her successful career.“I am proud to be ranked so highly in a network that continues to be a leader in market share, agent productivity and international expansion,” she said.More from newsCairns home ticks popular internet search terms2 days agoTen auction results from ‘active’ weekend in Cairns2 days ago“I am also proud to see Cairns represented in the top ranks. This office has a truly great team, and we are part of a leading global network of more than 120,000 agents.Managing Director Michael Davoren agreed the acknowledgmentedgement was a “very positive message for Cairns, and a testament to the market to have a regional centre produce a top performer in the network”.“Joan is clearly a property specialist who excels in customer service, marketing, negotiation and other critical real estate skills.”Ms Robb joined RE/MAX in 2014 but has a real estate career spanning more than two decades.“Joan is a multi-award winner with RE/MAX, as she was with the other real estate names she’s been associated with,” Mr Williamson said.‘She’s a winner in the eyes of RE/MAX, and a winner in the eyes of her vendors and the buyers. “Joan’s market knowledge is phenomenal.”last_img read more

Child Youth and Family takes baby of child abuser into care

first_imgRadio NZ 2 Feb 2013The Ministry of Social Development says a decision to remove the baby of a woman involved in an horrific child abuse case was supported by the rest of her family.Audio Player00:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.

Women who are cheated on win in long term, while ‘other woman’ loses, say scientists

first_imgThe Telegraph 27 April 2016Family First Comment: No surprises in this study. “Women report that they are more attuned to cues of infidelity, dishonesty, and other ‘low mate value’ signals following having their mate ‘poached’ by another woman. Women also report that they are now more aware of their female friends and associates behaviour regarding their significant other.”Interested to know whether they studied what happens when the woman cheats on their husband. Or doesn’t that happen?!Women who lose their partner to a love-rival are better off in the long term, the biggest ever study of break-ups has found.Although being cheated on might initially seem devastating, in fact, it leaves the victim with a ‘higher mating intelligence’ which helps her to choose a more faithful partner in the future.In contrast, the ‘other woman’ ends up with a partner with a track record of being deceptive and a cheat, meaning that she is the long-term loser, according to psychologists.The study involved an anonymous online survey of 5,705 participants in 96 countries.The researchers from Binghamton University in the US and University College London looked at how happy men and women were before, during and after a breakup.The study showed that if a woman is cheated on, the lessons she learns can be ‘evolutionarily adaptive’ helping her select a much better mate.READ MORE: up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.last_img read more

Gas prices: ‘Most expensive February ever’

first_img 100 Views   no discussions NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Gas prices jumped 6 cents overnight, as the recent spike in oil prices begins to hit filling stations across America. The national average price for a gallon of regular gas rose 5.9 cents to $3.287, motorist group AAA said Friday. That marks the third day in a row that prices have risen, and brings the national average to the highest level since October 2008. Prices at the pump can vary widely among states, due in large part to vastly different levels of gasoline tax. So far this week, gas prices have increased nearly 12 cents a gallon. And analysts expect prices to continue higher in the next few days following a sharp rise in the price of crude oil. Gas prices were highest in Hawaii, where drivers paid $3.757 a gallon, on average. Wyoming had the lowest gas prices at roughly, $3.014 a gallon. Tom Kloza, chief oil analyst at the Oil Price Information Service, said the jump in gas prices reported Friday was the largest since at least 2008. “This will definitely be the most expensive February ever,” he said, adding that gas prices are typically lower during the winter months. The jump in pump prices follows a surge in prices for crude oil, the main ingredient in gasoline. Oil prices were holding near $98 a barrel early Friday morning, one day after prices hit a high of $103 a barrel — the highest since October 2008. Analysts expect prices to continue rising over the next few days, since gas prices typically lag trends in the oil market. The spike in oil this week could translate to an increase in gas prices of 37 cents per gallon in the coming weeks, according Moody’s Analytics economist Chris Lafakis. He estimates that for every $1 increase in the price of oil, retail gas prices typically rise 2.5 cents a gallon. Economists warn that an energy price shock could hurt the economic recovery in the United States. In general, every $1 increase in the price of oil costs consumers $1 billion over the course of a year. That’s concerning because consumer spending makes up the bulk of U.S. gross domestic product, the broadest measure of economic growth. The government said Friday that GDP was revised lower to an annual growth rate of 2.8% in the three months ending in December. The initial reading had been for a 3.2% growth rate in the period. Oil prices have been driven higher by political unrest in North Africa and the Middle East, where much of the world’s oil comes from. Despite the surge in prices this week, the amount of oil that has been taken off the world market has been relatively minimal. Share Sharing is caring! Sharecenter_img Share LifestyleMoney Gas prices: ‘Most expensive February ever’ by: – February 25, 2011 Tweetlast_img read more

The Kalinago Chief says poverty level in his community is still at a low

first_img Share LocalNews The Kalinago Chief says poverty level in his community is still at a low by: – May 23, 2011 Photo credit: dominica.dmKalinago Chief Garnet Joseph says though some attempts have been made to reduce the level of poverty in the Kalinago territory, there has been no sign of significant change.The country poverty assessment study showed last year that there has been a reduction in poverty in the territory.The Kalinago chief says he is hoping to see improvements in the lives of his people.“They said the last survey showed massive reduction in poverty but we have not been able to see this. Government has assisted in some areas like providing transportation for the Territory and this has had some positive impact because we save money,” he said.He said apart from that there is room for improvement.Dominica Vibes News Tweet Sharing is caring!center_img Share Share 43 Views   no discussionslast_img read more