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first_imgThe Michigan-based Hoxeyville Music Festival has released its festival lineup for this summer and as always, it is primed with some of the finest string musicians around, both national and local. Hoxeyville will be spearheaded by Kalamazoo’s own Greensky Bluegrass this year, who will be playing two sets at the festival. Others slated to play include Railroad Earth, Luke Winslow King, Billy Strings, Sweet Water Warblers, Airborne Or Aquatic, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades and The Crane Wives.Held on 100+ acres of farmland and surrounded by the hardwoods of the Manistee National Forest, Hoxeyville will be a great intimate getaway for any music lover. Wristbands to the event are on sale now and can be found at the festival’s website here. Check below for the festival’s complete lineup:last_img read more

first_imgEarlier in the year, The Peach Music Festival dropped the highly anticipated lineup for its 2018 edition, which will take place at Montage Mountain in Scranton, Pennsylvania, from July 19th through 22nd (almost a full month earlier than it has in previous years). At the time of the original announcement, the festival revealed that it would host Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band, two sets of Gov’t Mule (including a “Dark Side of the Mule” set), two sets of Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, the return of Dickey Betts and his band (marking the Allman Brothers Band original member’s first announced show since ending his retirement), two sets of moe., the annual “Wake Up with Warren Haynes”, two sets of Twiddle including “Twiddle & Friends”, the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Blackberry Smoke, and many moreFamily And Friends Of The Allman Brothers Reunite At Peach Fest For Gregg & Butch Tribute [Audio]Today, The Peach Music Festival added to their already enviable list of headlining performers, announcing that now Umphrey’s McGee has joined the ranks of acts who will perform at the event. In addition to this truly impressive list of headliners, the festival has also tapped Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Turkuaz, Spafford, The Marcus King Band, Leftover Salmon, Dumpstaphunk, Anders Osborne & Jackie Greene, Nicki Bluhm, Aqueous, BIG Something, Ghost Light (featuring Tom Hamilton & Holly Bowling), and The Main Squeeze to appear during the event. The impressive lineup is rounded out by Brandon “Taz” Niederauer Band, Organ Freeman, Driftwood, The Magic Beans, Midnight North, Litz, Mo Lowda & The Humble, The Blue Stones, Soule Monde, Gatos Blancos, Flux Capacitor, JP Biondo, Bobby Lee Rodgers, Bishop Gunn, Funky Dawgz Brass Band, and Juice.Check out an updated lineup card for The Peach Music Festival below, and head to the Peach Fest website for more details and tickets.[Photo: Phierce Photo]last_img read more

first_img 24SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Fraudsters have been busy “skimming” ATMs since at least the last holiday season, as fraudsters have sought to take advantage of magstripe readers before adoption of more-secure EMV chip card-compatible ATMs becomes widespread.Skimming refers to fraudsters using a device to steal credit or debit card information in an otherwise legitimate card transaction. Skimming devices are often placed on ATMs. When a card is run through a skimmer, the device stores the information. Thieves then use the stolen data to make fraudulent charges either online or with a counterfeit credit card.The ATM fraud resulting from these skimming incidents is often local to the cardholder’s residence and is known as “footprint fraud.” As fraud is perpetrated where a cardholder might normally frequent, illegitimate transactions become harder to detect.For example, a case study prepared by CO-OP Financial Services reported on a card skimming scam discovered by Elevations Credit Union in Boulder, Colorado. In this case, all of the skimming took place at the same local supermarket. A few days later, the thieves used the information skimmed from the store’s self-checkout units to steal money with fraudulent cards from ATMs within the same several block area in nearby Denver. continue reading »last_img read more

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first_img“It’s very heterogeneous,” said Marcelo Gomes, of leading public health research institute Fiocruz.Brazil’s 27 states are all facing different epidemics. Even within states, “things can change a lot from one region to the next,” he told AFP.Nationwide, the curve of daily COVID-19 deaths in Brazil has been in a long plateau since June, albeit in a very high range.At the state level, things are murkier. Brazil is being battered by the coronavirus crisis, but the damage is uneven across the sprawling South American country, where experts say chaotic policy-making has only made a complicated situation worse.Like the United States — the only country that has recorded more infections and deaths in the pandemic — Brazil is a continent-sized giant with myriad regions and sub-regions, held together by a federal system that can breed a confusing cacophony of national, state and local policies even at the best of times.The national statistics on the new coronavirus — more than 2.3 million infections and 85,000 deaths — mask a varied panorama across the country of 212 million people. On average over the past seven days, four states posted declining daily death tolls, including once-devastated Amazonas in the north and Ceara in the northeast.Ten had rising numbers, including in the south and west-central regions, which had been less affected until recently.And 13 were basically stable, including Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, the two hardest hit states.In some states, including Ceara and Rio de Janeiro, there is talk of a “second wave, even though the first wave never really tapered off,” said Gomes.President Jair Bolsonaro has downplayed the pandemic, comparing the virus to a “little flu” and the reaction to it “hysteria.”The far-right leader, who regularly defies social distancing guidelines, tested positive for the virus himself on July 7 after developing a fever and fatigue.On Saturday, after spending nearly three weeks in self-isolation at the presidential palace, he said he had tested negative for the virus — crediting his controversial use of the anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine, whose efficacy against COVID-19 has not been proven.Amid Bolsonaro’s attacks on stay-at-home measures to contain the virus, the Supreme Court gave state and local authorities the final say in the matter.But states and municipalities have imposed an inelegant hodge-podge of quarantine measures, with little in the way of enforcement and a widespread lack of adherence.That has been followed, in some cases, by poorly designed policies to reopen the economy, which many experts have deemed premature.Brazilians are also split by huge socioeconomic and regional divides. Private hospitals in the wealthy industrial cities of the southeast look nothing like public ones in the poor north and northeast.The World Health Organization said last week Brazil finally appeared to have reached the plateau, urging it to use the occasion to take control.”We’re still a long way from that. It’s not that we’re not seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. We can’t even see the tunnel,” said Jose David Urbaez, an infectious disease specialist at Asa Norte Regional Hospital in Brasilia.”If Bolsonaro’s attitude were different, if there were a coordinated central response, the situation would be a lot different,” he added.”This diversity of situations is more down to management chaos than the actual epidemiological picture. We could have had a single quarantine for everyone, with different layers and timing adapted to each region.”Topics :last_img read more

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first_imgLNG World News Staff Image courtesy of NakilatDragon LNG import terminal at Waterston, Milford Haven is scheduled to receive a cargo of liquefied natural gas from Qatar next week.According to the shipping data from the Milford Haven Port Authority, the 217,591-cbm Al Ghashamiya is scheduled to deliver the cargo on June 28.The Q-Flex LNG carrier built in South Korea by Samsung Heavy Industries is wholly-owned by Nakilat and chartered by LNG producer Qatargas.Gas transmission data from National Grid shows that gas flows into the national gas transmission network from the Dragon LNG terminal were at 5.50 mcm per day on Thursday, June 22.The Dragon LNG terminal, owned by Shell and Petronas has a maximum gas send out rate to the NTS of 7.6 billion cubic meters of gas per annum. The terminal can supply up to 10 percent of the UK’s energy needs.last_img read more

first_img Loading… World Rugby chairman Bill Beaumont has confirmed he will run for a second term in charge of the global game’s governing body. Beaumont has led World Rugby since 2016 and the former England international will be up for re-election in May. Promoted ContentYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes20 Photos Of Kendall Jenner That Force You Love Her Even MorePortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D GraffitiBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldThe Best Cars Of All TimeHere Are The Top 10 Tiniest Mobile Phones On The Planet!Who Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreShe Managed To Change The Lives Of Pakistan Women10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do Read Also:Australian Open: Coco Gauff, 15, stuns title-holder Osaka Beaumont set out his priorities, if re-elected, as strengthening “unions outside of the Six Nations and Rugby Championship” as well as women’s rugby, governance reform and boosting “the financial sustainability of the game”. If elected Beaumont’s second term in charge would cover the next rugby union World Cup in France in 2023. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img The 67-year-old has picked French Rugby Federation (FFR) president Bernard Laporte as his vice-chairman candidate to replace Agustin Pichot. “Having consulted with my union and region colleagues and my family, I can confirm that I will be seeking re-election as World Rugby chairman at the council meeting in May,” Beaumont said in a statement on Friday. “I will be standing with Federation Francaise de Rugby president Bernard Laporte as my candidate for vice-chairman. “Bernard is a great servant of the game and shares my vision for a strong, sustainable and inclusive game that provides even greater opportunity for expansion and growth.Advertisement “Serving the game is a privilege and while we have made great, game-changing progress over the last four years and accelerate into a new decade in excellent shape, there is much work to be done.”last_img read more

first_imgCongratulations to Rushville, South Ripley, and Jac-Cen-Del for winning the local girls’ sectionals.  In 3A Rushville defeated Lawrenceburg 53-31.  Both Greensburg and Batesville lost tough semi-final games to be eliminated from the tourney.In 2A South Ripley defeated Austin 50-33.  The Lady Raiders breezed through the tournament. Jac-Cen-Del repeated as 1A champs by defeating the Oldenburg Academy Twisters 68-30.  The Lady Eagles will be trying to win a second state championship.Good luck to all the area teams in their regionals this Saturday!last_img read more