Today, the String Cheese Incident has shared an old-school video from the vault, a 16-minute “Black and White” from Mt. Shasta Ski Park on July 29th, 2000. The jam-grass veterans started off with some theatrics, as drummer Michael Travis parasailed in from a nearby mountain, running as fast as he could to the stage. SCI appropriately opened the show with a “Waiting for Travis Jam”, with bassist Keith Moseley took the reigns on behind the kit. The band then dove head first into a monster sequence of “Miss Brown’s Teahouse”> “Dudley’s Kitchen”> “100 Year Flood”, before closing the set with another extended jam segment of “Bigger Isn’t Better”> “Flashlight”> “Bigger Isn’t Better”> “Mouna Bowa”.However, perhaps the highlight of the night was a deep 16-minute multi-faceted “Black and White” jam. String Cheese Incident opened the set with the Michael Kang led tune, as the mandolin extraordinaire worked through an impressive scatting section, before an extended silent-pause, which gave way to a massive peaking jam, as keyboardist Kyle Hollingsworth exchanged fierce solos with Kang and guitarist Bill Nershi.The remainder of the set was highlighted by another extended segue of “Don’t Say”> “Jam”> “Climb, Jam”> “Johnny Cash”> “Hoseguy Jam”> “Johnny Cash”, as Nershi invited a random Mt. Shasta, CA resident he had met earlier in the day up onstage, playing a garden house fitted with a mouthpiece from a trumpet, while the band vamped around him. “Outside and Inside” served as the encore for the exploratory SCI show. Today the String Cheese Incident has released video of their jammed-out “Black and White” from Mt. Shasta Ski Park on July 19th, 2000. Check it out below:String Cheese Incident–”Black and White”[Video: The String Cheese Incident]For the String Cheese Incident’s upcoming tour dates and ticket info, head to their website!Setlist: The String Cheese Incident | Mt. Shasta Ski Park | Mt. Shasta, CA | 7/19/2000Set one: Waiting for Travis Jam* > Mrs. Brown’s Teahouse, Dudley’s Kitchen > 100 Year Flood > Lester Had a Coconut, Want, Bigger Isn’t Better > Flashlight > Bigger Isn’t Better > Mouna BowaSet two: Black & White, Blackberry Blossom, Hey Pocky Way, The Old Home Place, Don’t Say > Jam > Climb, Jam > Johnny Cash** > Hose Guy Jam*** > Johnny CashEncore: Outside InsideNotes:* Travis parasailed in from a nearby mountain and ran to the stage. Keith played on Travis’ set.** with Rainy Day Women (Bob Dylan) vocals.*** Jam featuring Tim Donlan, someone Billy met after the first Mt. Shasta show. He played a garden hose fitted with a mouthpiece from a trumpet while the band vamped around him.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Long Islanders should make the most of the warm and sunny Wednesday before more torrential downpours move into the region, making for a wet start to the second weekend in a row.A low pressure system is expected to intensify over the mid-Atlantic region on its way north and pass LI to the southeast Thursday into Friday, bringing up to 4 ½ inches of rain, prompting the Upton-based National Weather Service meteorologists to issue a flood watch for the tri-state area from Thursday through Saturday mornings.Showers and a possibility of a thunderstorm bringing gusty winds and heavy rains start Thursday afternoon as temperatures hover in the upper 60s.The forecast is similar for Friday before clearing up overnight and giving way to a sunny Saturday and Sunday with highs in the mid-70s.
Indonesia has seen e-wallet platforms grow significantly over the last five years, but there is still room for domestic and international e-wallet players to enter the market given its size, an industry group says.Indonesian E-Commerce Association (idEA) digital economy head Bima Laga said many local e-wallets could compete with existing platforms on a national scale.“There is an e-wallet that is popular in Bali that focuses on payments for hotel and leisure. I think it is very possible that such a local player could scale up and capture a wider market,” he said during a webinar hosted by MarkPlus on Wednesday. He added that increasing internet penetration rates and the integration of e-wallets with e-commerce payment could help other e-wallet platforms emerge and grow.According to Statista, almost half of Indonesian online shoppers will use an e-wallet by 2023, compared to only about 6 percent of shoppers in 2017.A 2019 JP Morgan report noted that e-wallet payments made up 20 percent of online payments, just after card payments at 34 percent.“During the pandemic, e-wallets are becoming increasingly popular,” Bima said. “I think the industry can grow further if they tap into payments for travel and leisure, as well as payments of hospital bills.” Institute for Development of Economics and Finance (Indef) researcher Bhima Yudhistira added that digital wallets should cater to the growing edutech and e-health services.He agreed that there was room for more e-wallet platforms to operate in Indonesia, including foreign platforms.“Foreign e-wallets, such as Facebook Pay, have already begun trials in Asia. I think it is only a matter of time before they enter Indonesia,” Bhima said.He added that in the future, new domestic digital wallets would choose to merge with existing e-wallets or work with banks because such collaborations would make it easier for e-wallet platforms to capture a wider share of the market, obtain consumer data and adopt existing technology.“But industry players need to keep in mind the market competition. We do not want the industry to be concentrated in only a few platforms and create market domination,” he said.Bank Indonesia noted that 38 e-wallet platforms were licensed in the country but that only a few were well known.A recent MarkPlus survey showed that ShopeePay had outperformed other e-wallet platforms during the last three months. The company captured 26 percent of the digital wallet market, while GoPay, OVO, DANA and LinkAja captured between 8 percent and 24 percent of the market.MarkPlus high-tech, property and consumer goods industry head Rhesa Dwi Prabowo said ShopeePay’s success was a result of its vigorous discounts and marketing, as well as its integration with e-commerce platform Shopee.Shopee Indonesia director Handhika Jahja said on Wednesday that the company had seen a threefold year-on-year (yoy) increase in the number of customers using ShopeePay in the second quarter. He predicted continuous growth in transactions as the company rolled out online shopping promotions such as 9.9 Super Shopping Day.Bhima of Indef, however, noted that e-wallets should find a more sustainable method than widespread discounts to retain users.“In the beginning, people wanted to try e-wallets because of the discounts, but we are entering a phase where people are more concerned about their safety and efficiency,” he said, adding that investors would be wary of strategies that “burned money”.A 2019 survey by market research firm Ipsos showed that most first-time e-wallet users were motivated by promotions. However, as people have integrated cashless payments into their lives, convenience and safety have become the top reasons for using e-wallets.The survey also found that millennial e-wallet users wanted their payment applications to be connected to their savings accounts, while most Gen-Z users wanted more “pay later” options.Digital payments in Southeast Asia are expected to reach $1.1 trillion in value by 2025, according to the 2019 e-Conomy SEA report by Google, Temasek and Bain & Company. Accounting for just over $22 billion in 2019, e-wallet transactions are likely to grow more than fivefold and to exceed $114 billion by 2025, the study found.Topics :
The Batesville High School varsity track team traveled to the University of Indianapolis Saturday to compete in the indoor state qualifier meet. The Bulldogs had many great performances as they competed with over 20 teams who were mostly 4A-5A schools. This wasn’t a team scored meet, but a chance for the kids to compete to get times and distances to try and qualify for the indoor Hoosier State Relays meet, which is this coming Saturday, March 23rd at IU in Bloomington. This meet is split into 1A-3A schools and 4A-5A schools competing against each other. Athletes will know in a few days if they have made the cut to compete in this meet. After all results are reported, they will need to be one of the top 24 times/distances in the state of their event to qualify.The Bulldogs had two 1st place finishes on the day and they were Ean Loichinger in the 3200m run, beating the field by 9 seconds as he crossed the finish line at a person best time of 9:48.85 and the girls 4 x 400m relay of Katie Olsen, Liz Loichinger, Stephanie Nobbe and Carley Pride racing through at 4:28.78.Other top performance of the day were:Carley Pride-3rd in high jump with a PR jump of 4’10”Girls 4 x 800m relay of Liz Loichinger, Lily Pinckley, Trysta Vierling and Katie Olsen-3rdGabby Gibbs-4th in high jumpGirls 4000m DM Relay of Lily Pinckley, Carley Pride, Katie Olsen and Liz Loichinger-4thStephanie Nobbe-5th in pole vaultKent Meyers-5th in high jump PR jump of 5’8″Boys 4 x 800m relay of JJ Kuisel, Benjamin Moster, Nathan Villani and Adam Moster-5thBoys 4000m DM Relay of Adam Moster, JJ Kuisel, Benjamin Moster and Ean Loichinger-5thRoxy Hund-8th in the 60m hurdlesOther personal bests for the day were:4 x 800 splits-Katie Olsen, Nathan Villani, Benjamin Moster4 x 400 splits-Carley Pride, Kavin Saravanan, Johnathon Lynch, Benjamin MosterHigh Jump-Carley Pride, Kent Meyers, Gabe GunterLong Jump-Isaiah RiffleCongratulations to everyone who competed! A list will be provided in a few days of who has qualified for the indoor state meet.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Lisa Gausman.
“That works out at an average of 96 minutes per goal or assist.“Auba is the Gabon captain and all-time top goalscorer, and became the first Gabonese winner of the African Footballer of the Year award in 2015.” London, United Kingdom | AFP | Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has joined Arsenal for a record fee for the Gunners, a reported £56 million ($79.2 million, 63.7 million euros), from Bundesliga outfit Borussia Dortmund, both clubs confirmed Wednesday.The 28-year-old Gabon striker, who has scored 141 goals for Dortmund since joining in 2013, signed a long-term contract with the storied London club.His transfer fee outstrips the £46.5 million that Arsenal paid for French striker Alexandre Lacazette last August. Aubameyang’s arrival is likely to lead to the departure of veteran marksman Olivier Giroud.“Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has joined us from Borussia Dortmund on a long-term contract for a club-record fee,” the statement from Arsenal said.The club described him as “one of the world’s most highly-rated strikers”.“He scored 98 goals in 144 Bundesliga games for Dortmund and had a hand in 172 goals in 213 matches in all competitions for his former club,” it continued. Share on: WhatsApp
Now is the time to prepare for hurricane season to ensure the safety of you and your loved ones.Be sure you have these supplies on hand:~Store a supply of bottled water and easy-to-prepare, non-perishable foods. (The National Hurricane Center recommends havingenough to sustain your family for up to seven days.)~Keep cell phones and mobile devices charged, but also use mobile phones sparingly to conserve battery life.~Customers with landlines should keep a corded phone handy. That way, if your cell phone dies or your cordless landline phone runs out of battery, you can still report a power outage or call for help in an emergency.~Have a flashlight with fresh batteries on each floor of your home.~Utilize a battery-operated radio and monitor local weather forecasts. (Tune it to 850WFTL)~Also be sure to have plenty of other hurricane essentials on hand, including vital medications and a first-aid kit.Click HERE for our Hurricane Supplies ChecklistListen to interview with Scott Ranck of Florida Public Utilities for advice on how to prepare your home for a storm.SFS FPUC
Facebook0Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Saint Martin’s University Distinguished alumni Armandino “Dino” A. Batali ’59 and Terence Monaghan ’62 will share the Commencement speaker role when they address the Class of 2016 during the graduation ceremony Saturday, May 7, at Saint Martin’s University, 5000 Abbey Way SE., in Lacey.“Both Dino Batali and Terry Monaghan have excelled as Saint Martin’s alumni. Their gift of time, their incredible talent, and their amazing courage have helped make Saint Martin’s an outstanding university,” says President Roy F. Heynderickx, Ph.D. “ We thank them for their generosity and for their leadership and service on our Board of Trustees and as active alumni. They exemplify what it means to be called a ‘Saint.’”Armandino Batali is one of the keynote speakers at the 2016 Saint Martin’s commencement.Armandino Batali graduated from St. Martin’s College in 1959 with a Bachelor of Arts in Pre-Medical studies. His career spanned three years in the pharmaceutical industry and then some 32 years at Boeing, primarily in the field of Process Engineering and Quality Engineering. He spent about 15 years in Europe, living in Spain and England in Senior Management. He developed sources for the Boeing Commercial Unit, providing technical support to the many European and Middle East countries production facilities that were contracted to produce parts and assemblies for Boeing. He retired in 1996. It was time for a second career.Batali and his wife, Marilyn, a nurse practitioner, opened Salumi, a small restaurant and deli in Pioneer Square in Seattle some 100 yards from where his grandfather Angelo Merlino opened the first food import business in the Northwest, in 1903. The intent of this second career was to provide real homemade Italian Foods and specialty cured meats enhanced by his experiences working with butchers in Italy and Spain.The couple’s son, Mario, is a renowned chef who is co-host of ABC’s Emmy Award-winning “The CHEW” and operates approximately 30 restaurants around the world, in conjunction with his partner, Joe Bastianich. Dino Batali supported Gala, Saint Martin’s University’s signature fundraising event for scholarships, for the past 5 years, serving as chair of the event and providing several top chefs as Gala highlighters, including his son, Mario.Terence Monaghan joins Armandino on the stage for Saint Martin’s Commencement.Terence Monaghan graduated in 1962 with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Saint Martin’s College. His career in engineering included serving as President of VECO Engineering, a multinational firm based in Anchorage, Alaska, with offices worldwide. He retired in 2000.A member of the Saint Martin’s University Board of Trustees since 2003, Monaghan has served the board in various capacities, including as president and as a member of several board committees, including the Facilities Committee, Institutional Advancement, Executive Committee, as chair of the Committee on Trustees and as co-chair of the Engineering Campaign Committee. His honors and awards include receiving the Saint Martin’s College Distinguished Alumni for Professional Achievement in 1996, the Utility Contractors Association’s Engineer of the Year recognition and the Engineers Council’s National Award. Monaghan served in the military with the U.S. Marine Corps.The Monaghans have owned homes in Lacey, Washington and Beaux Village, Washington, where he once served as mayor, Blaine, Washington and Anchorage, Alaska. For a time, Monaghan and his wife, Mary Louise ’60, lived in and owned a farm in Ireland. Proceeds from the sales of their various properties and investments have been donated to Saint Martin’s. They continue to be active financial supporters of the University. The Monaghans have three children and six grandchildren, three of whom currently attend Saint Martin’s University.Both speakers will be recipients of a Doctor of Humane Letters, honoris causa.