String Cheese Shares Pro-Shot James Brown Cover From Vegas Run

first_imgJust a few weeks ago, The String Cheese Incident hit the Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas, NV for three glorious Sin City Incidents. The run was jam-packed with tons of highlights, including a glorious cover of James Brown’s soul anthem, “Cold Sweat.” Cheese has brushed up on their soul covers during last year’s Halloween “Ghoul Train” set at Hulaween, and were primed and ready to deliver the classic in Vegas.Thankfully, the band has shared some pro-shot footage of the “Cold Sweat” cover, which was played right out of the group’s original “Turn This Around.” Dig it below:Cheese’s next performance is at the Rothbury, MI festival, Electric Forest. Check out the setlist from the Sin City performance below: Setlist: The String Cheese Incident at Brooklyn Bowl, Las Vegas, NV – 3/19/16Set One: Sweet Spot, Rhum N’ Zouc, Eye Know Why, Midnight Moonlight, Smile, Turn This Around > In a Cold Sweat > Turn This AroundSet Two: Desert Dawn, Bumpin’ Reel, I Wish > Piece of Mine, Until the Music’s Over, Miss Brown’s Teahouse > I’m Your Boogie Man > Miss Brown’s Teahouse > Colorado Bluebird SkyEncore: Shaking the Treelast_img read more

Greyser wins Sports Marketing Lifetime Achievement Award

first_imgStephen A. Greyser, Harvard Business School’s (HBS) Richard P. Chapman Professor of Business Administration Emeritus, has received the 2010 Sports Marketing Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Marketing Association in recognition of his “distinguished career contributions to the scientific understanding of sports business.”A member of the HBS faculty for more than 40 years, Greyser is an expert on sports management, brand marketing, advertising, corporate communications, and nonprofit management. He has authored or co-authored 16 books, more than 300 case studies, and numerous articles. Greyser developed and taught the first course on the business of sports offered at a leading business school and co-authored the field’s principal text and casebook.He continues to supervise M.B.A. student field studies and serve as faculty adviser to the HBS Business of Sports Club. He now teaches his course at Harvard Extension School. Greyser has also been editorial board chairman of Harvard Business Review, executive director of the Marketing Science Institute, and president of the American Academy of Advertising.last_img read more

College alumna receives Opel Award

first_imgThe 2013 Jane Rainie Opel Award was presented to Christin McConnell ’03 during a ceremony on Radcliffe Day. Since graduating from Harvard College, McConnell has devoted herself to international development work, including working with the Peace Corps, completing a master’s degree in development economics and international education policy from the Fletcher School, and consulting with the World Bank on educational reform in Malawi. This year’s ceremony was particularly poignant as Opel passed away this past spring.The Jane Rainie Opel Award, given to a woman celebrating her 10th reunion, was created to honor the long time service of Opel ’50 as the executive director of the Radcliffe College Alumnae Association. The award is presented by the Alumnae and Friends of Radcliffe College Shared Interest Group and the Harvard College Women’s Center.last_img read more

New Dell Professional Displays Offer Customer-inspired Innovations to Maximize Productivity

first_imgThe world’s first height-adjustable 42.5-inch 4K monitor4 also features USB-C connectivity that delivers up to 90W power. Better resolution and more immersive monitors are said to increase overall productivity while reduced clutter and better connectivity drives a better employee experience5.The Dell UltraSharp 43 4K USB-C Monitor (U4320Q) will be available worldwide on January 30, 2020 starting at $1,049.99 USD.Dell UltraSharp 27 4K USB-C Monitor (U2720Q) – We know better than anyone that creators need technology that can produce rich, accurate color. In fact, 67% of employers2 consider wide color coverage, accuracy and calibration to be high priorities in their consideration of monitor investments. With wide color coverage including 95% DCI-P3, users can experience true color reproduction on this 4K UHD resolution monitor with VESA DisplayHDRTM 400, making it the perfect choice for users who value content displayed in accurate color and striking clarity. Dell has been the world’s number one monitor company for 6 years running1. Being number one encapsulates our commitment to delivering the best across our full portfolio from our high-end UltraSharp line including a CES Innovation Award Honoree to everyday displays like our P and E series, which enable you to do more at your desk more effectively.Today at CES 2020, my team is excited to introduce a dozen new monitors that deliver on the industry-leading reputation of which we’re so proud. We’re rolling out higher-resolution displays on larger sized screens, wide color coverage and better connectivity optimized for an excellent user experience – from the essential 19” to large-format 86”. And with 96% of employers sharing the belief that monitors are the number one driver for employee productivity2, doing our job better means the easier it will be for you to do yours.  Here are the new displays we are introducing at CES today:Dell 86 4K Interactive Touch Monitor (C8621QT) – In today’s fast-paced workplaces, collaboration is paramount and central to the culture and workflow. Dell has innovated for this collaborative environment an impressive 85.6-inch interactive touch display, digitizing yesterday’s whiteboards. The Dell 86 4K Interactive Touch Monitor is designed to connect users and increase collaboration in real-time, featuring 4K UHD resolution, 20-point multi-touch, USB-C connectivity, and Dell’s exclusive Screen Drop Feature which helps improve accessibility and reachability for users of different heights. With a small, compact base and virtually borderless InfinityEdge, this monitor offers an almost uninterrupted view in a multiple screen setup for added productivity. Also available in 25-inch with QHD resolution – Dell UltraSharp 25 USB-C Monitor (U2520D).The Dell UltraSharp 27 4K USB-C Monitor (U2720Q) and Dell UltraSharp 25 USB-C Monitor (U2520D) will be available worldwide January 30, 2020 starting at $709.99 USD (U2720Q) and $479.99 USD (U2520D).P series & E series Monitors (P2421D/DC, P2720D/DC, E19/20/2220 H & E24/2720H/HS) – We are reimagining affordable, everyday monitors with the refresh of our P series and E series monitors. Screen sizes vary from 19” to 27” to meet the needs of all users in the workplace. P series Monitors offer improved resolution (from FHD to QHD), seamless connectivity with USB-C and new multitasking features. E Series Monitors offer integrated speakers as well as height adjustability to help with improved ergonomics designed for better productivity. A recent study found that 92% of employees believed that ergonomically optimized monitors help improve their well-being and overall performance5. The Dell 86 4K Interactive Touch Monitor (C8621QT) will be available worldwide on April 10, 2020. Starting price to be shared near availability date.Dell UltraSharp 43 4K USB-C Monitor (U4320Q) – Workers can maximize productivity with the power to connect up to four PCs and view the content from each computer simultaneously3– ideal for professionals in finance and engineering requiring multi-monitors with high resolution for details. Dell 27 Monitor (P2720D) and Dell 27 USB-C Monitor (P2720DC) are both available now at $449.99 and $479.99 USD respectively. Dell 24 Monitor (P2421D) and Dell 24 USB-C Monitor (P2421DC) will be available worldwide on February 27, 2020. Starting prices to be shared near availability date.The Dell E-series Monitors will be available worldwide on Jan.8, 2020 starting at $109.99 USD (E1920H), $119.99 USD (E2020H), $139.99 USD (E2220H), $169.99 USD (E2420H), $209.99 USD (E2420HS), $249.99 USD (E2720H) and $289.99 USD (E2720HS).All the new monitors also include improved multitasking features enabled by the updated Dell Display Manager — featuring remote management and quick access keys, along with more preset layouts to make the viewing experience customizable for each user.CES badge holders are invited to visit the #DellExperience at SUGARCANE on restaurant row of The Venetian. For more information on Dell Commercial monitors, see the press kit/press release here.# # #[1] Source: IDC Worldwide Quarterly PC Monitor Tracker, Q3 2019[2] Source: Based on IDC Infobrief – Future of Work Embracing New Dynamics, Creating New Experiences, sponsored by Dell, September 2019.  Full report [3] 4K in single screen mode; Full HD in multi-screen mode via Picture-by-Picture.[4] Based on Dell analysis of publicly available data, July 2019.[5] Source: “Exploring The Role Of Monitors In Improving Employee Experience” A Forrester consulting paper commissioned by Dell, July 2019.  Full reportlast_img read more

XOXO! Of Mice and Men Star Leighton Meester Weds in Clandestine Ceremony

first_img View Comments Of Mice and Men Meester will begin performances March 19 in Of Mice and Men as Curley’s Wife, taking the stage alongside James Franco and Chris O’Dowd, who are both also making their Broadway debuts. The new mounting of Steinbeck’s masterpiece will officially open April 16 at the Longacre Theatre and play a limited engagement through July 27. Show Closed This production ended its run on July 27, 2014 He knows he loves her. XOXO! Gossip Girl and soon-to-be Broadway star Leighton Meester has wed The O.C. alum Adam Brody in a clandestine ceremony. According to Us Weekly, the nuptials have been confirmed by multiple sources. Related Shows The lovebirds worked together on the movie The Oranges back in 2011. The pair has been determined to keep their relationship on the DL, but are rumored to have been dating for a year, becoming engaged this past November.last_img read more

Jonathan Groff Joins BFF Lea Michele at Her Book Signing

first_imgBroadway besties Jonathan Groff and Lea Michele do everything together—they starred in Spring Awakening, they played romantic rivals on Glee… Groff even has a goat named Lea Michele! So it’s no surprise that the Looking star was on hand to celebrate the release of Michele’s first book, Brunette Ambition. Michele, who dedicated a whole section to her best bud in her new book, brought him up on stage at Barnes & Noble in New York City on May 21 to chat with fans, answer questions and chat about their amazing friendship. Check out this Hot Shot of the adorable pair! Lea Michele Star Files Jonathan Groff View Commentslast_img read more

Raise a Toast to the Cast of Skylight on Opening Night

first_imgStars flocked to the Great White Way on April 2 to celebrate the official opening night of Skylight, starring Carey Mulligan, Bill Nighy and Matthew Beard. After an acclaimed run in London, the Broadway production of David Hare’s drama will play through June 21 at the John Golden Theatre. After taking their first official bows, the trio headed to a swanky opening night party at the Bowery Hotel. Check out this Hot Shot of the cast by Erin Baiano, then see the stars shine in Skylight on Broadway! Related Shows View Comments Skylight Show Closed This production ended its run on June 21, 2015last_img read more

Bradley Cooper & Sienna Miller Eye Return to B’way in The Philadelphia Story

first_imgBradley Cooper & Sienna Miller(Photo: Bruce Glikas) View Comments After playing hubby and wife in American Sniper and amorous chefs in Burnt on screen, it looks like Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller will be bringing their chemistry to the boards. According to Showbiz 411, the pair will return to Broadway this fall or in the spring of 2017 for a Roundabout production of The Philadelphia Story. The pair recently took part in an industry reading of Philip Barry’s play.Cooper won a Audience Choice Award for his Main Stem debut in Three Days of Rain; he received a Tony nomination for his 2015 return in The Elephant Man. Miller has appeared on Broadway in Roundabout’s After Miss Julie and Cabaret.The Philadelphia Story is a romantic comedy set in high society Philadelphia in the 1930s. Tracy Lord, an overly dramatic socialite, finds her wedding plans thrown into disarray by the arrival of her ex-husband and a tabloid magazine journalist.The play premiered on Broadway in 1939 at the Shubert Theatre. A popular film adaptation starring Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn and James Stewart was released in 1940. The story also serves as the basis for the Tony-nominated 1998 musical High Society. A 1980 Broadway revival presented by Lincoln Center starred Blythe Danner, Frank Converse and Edward Herrmann. Alex Timbers was rumored to be directing a revival of the play for Roundabout back in 2013, however it never came to fruition.last_img read more

Life after debt?

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COVID-19: Police disperse thousands of gatherings nationwide since last week

first_imgPolice in Bolang Mongondow regency in North Sulawesi also forced couples to hold off their wedding receptions.Supandri Damogalad of the Bolaang Mongondow Legislative Council said that at least five couples — including his relatives — in the regency’s Lolak village had cancelled their weddings in the past week, even though they had invited guests and set up tents for the events.”Of course we are disappointed but on the other hand we can understand the urgency,” Supandri said on Friday, “It’s better for us to make this sacrifice rather than to sacrifice public interest.”Adj. Comr. Hanny Lukas of the East Dumoga Police said he had also approached a couple and their families in the regency’s Mogoyungung village to cancel their planned wedding this week, as the public should understand the urgency of maintaining physical distancing to stem COVID-10 transmission.”I call for the public not to organize any more large gatherings because [the police] will ensure the gatherings are dispersed,” Hanny said.Furthermore, Argo went on to say that ensuring public health was the top priority for the police at the moment, including by taking actions against the spread of false information about COVID-19 that could risk the safety of the public.By Thursday, the police had identified 46 individuals who had allegedly disseminated false information about the disease. However, Argo did not confirm whether all of them had been named suspects.Wrongdoers could face a maximum penalty of six years’ imprisonment and fines of up to Rp 1 billion as stipulated in Article 28 of the 2016 Information and Electronic Transaction Law if convicted.“We hope that the public can filter any information before sharing it,” he added. (glh)Topics : Police have dispersed up to 1,371 gatherings nationwide within a week since National Police chief Gen. Idham Azis issued an edict banning the public from collecting into crowds to curb the spread of COVID-19.“This number is an accumulation of all reports coming from our regional units. We have been helped by regional administrations and the Indonesian Military when disbursing those gatherings,” National Police spokesperson Sr. Comr. Argo Yuwono said in a press conference on Thursday.In the edict, dated March 19, Idham urged the public to refrain from organizing mass gatherings in public places or private properties, including social meetings, workshops, music festivals, carnivals, sports events, fairs, mass protests and family receptions. The police also plan to press charges against those who persist in gathering in large numbers despite the warnings. The violators would face up to 16 months’ imprisonment or fines of up to Rp 900,000 (US$56.25) as stipulated in articles 212, 216 and 218 of the Criminal Code.However, Argo said the police had so far not filed charges against those who had been involved in mass gatherings, adding that they had been very cooperative when warned by officers.“It is because we took a persuasive approach first when asking them to stop the gatherings. We also warned them that the spread of COVID-19 would spread rampantly if they continue their activities,” he added.Ever since the edict came into force, police officers have started dispersing gatherings and crowds during their patrols in various places across the country.Read also: COVID-19: Local authorities scramble to prevent wider transmission as ‘mudik’ starts earlyIn East Java’s Blitar city, for instance, authorities dispersed crowds of people hanging out in cafes and told them to go home, while calling for the public to take their food and drinks back to their homes instead of eating outside.last_img read more