Welcome to the second half of our video recap of the Summer Camp Music Festival! Our first installment featured moe., Greensky Bluegrass, and more, but the great thing about Summer Camp is the extraordinary amount of talent at any given moment. This second installment of our video series has some truly legendary acts, like Steve Kimock, Fishbone, Ani DeFranco, Summer Camp stalwarts like The Henhouse Prowlers and Family Groove Company and of course, headliners moe.Check out exclusive videos from our videographer Rex Thomson below!Steve Kimock & Friends “Bird Song”Legendary guitarist Steve Kimock brought his “Friends,” including Jeff Chimenti and Dan Lebowitz with him for a set of beautiful tunes, including this stellar version of the Grateful Dead tune “Bird Song.”Fishbone “Bonin’ in the Boneyard”Legendary punk-funk band Fishbone showed they haven’t lost a step raging across the stage and out into the audience just as they did in the beginning nearly four decades ago! Later in the day they blew folks away with their sit in with moe. for a special cover of Prince’s Purple Rain, but they got the party started much earlier with a signature freak out set on the Sunshine Stage earlier in the day. The Henhouse Prowlers “Workin’ Man Blues”Chicago’s own “Suits and Ties” bluegrass band The Henhouse Prowlers took a break from their world travels to pay their respects to Merle Haggard with this cover of “Workin’ Man Blues” from the Summer Camp Music Festival’s Campfire Stage.Family Groove Company “Instrumental – New Speedway Boogie”Illinois and Summer Camp Music Festival favorites Family Groove Company brought their feel good brand of music to the Summer Camp Campfire Stage for a grooving instrumental before segueing perfectly into a high energy rendition of the Grateful Dead‘s “New Speedway Boogie” with a few Shakedown Street” teases thrown in for good measure.moe. “Billy Goat>Stressed Out”moe. got their Saturday night Moonshine Stage headlining set going with a band thanks to a rocking “Billy Goat” then slipped into one of their odder covers of the weekend, a fun version of the 21 Pilots song “Stressed Out,” featuring the prodigious rapping skills of percussionist Jim Loughlin.The Main Squeeze “Message To The Lonely”Chicago based rockers The Main Squeeze has seen their brand of feel good funk and soul catch fire and find a well deserved national fan base. They got things going on the Starshine Stage with a righteous “Message To The Lonely.”Ani DeFranco “Careless Words”Feminist icon and beloved singer-songwriter Ani DeFranco took the Summer Camp Music Festival Sunshine Stage for a set of solo acoustic tunes that had her many diehard fan’s rapt attention from start to finish.Fruition “Labor Of Love”Portland, Oregon’s Fruition brought their fiery and heartfelt brand of Americana to the Campfire Stage at the Summer Camp Music Festival for a selection of the best loved tunes including a fun rendition of the title track from their new album, Labor Of Love.moe. “Wind It Up”Since we’ve already seen how moe. closed out the festival with a smokin’ cover of Cream‘s “White Room,” it seemed like a good way to end this video retrospective was with another of moe.’s more classic show enders, the anthemic “Wind It Up.” The song always sends the fans out into the night with a positive vibe!Another amazing year in the books for the Summer Camp Music Festival, and the most successful to boot! Fans from around the nation have helped make Summer Camp the first big salvo of the summer festival season, and if the fun to be had there is any indication, we’re in for a good year!
On both sides of the Atlantic, the issue of conflicts of interest has often been cited as a main concern for pension fund trustees when considering, or ruling out, the use of a fiduciary manager.Despite this, in Europe, the growth of fiduciary management has been substantial, as it reaches maturity in the Netherlands and sees year-on-year growth in the UK.In the UK, the market is dominated by consultancies converting investment-consultancy clients into fiduciary management clients, in arrangements similar to those highlighted by congressman Miller.While the overall AUM in fiduciary contracts grew in the UK, most mandates still fell to traditional investment consultancies.A recent study by consultancy KPMG often found these mandates were awarded without an open tender, although this practice has begun to subside. According to KPMG, the UK fiduciary management market is worth approximately £58bn (€71.5bn), as at 30 June 2013, with around 345 mandates.However, 75% of mandates were awarded to implemented consultancies over specialist fiduciary management providers and investment managers, the latter only accounting for 3% of mandates.Further, nearly half of pension funds with fiduciary mandates make no effort to review manager performance independently.Data from IPE sister publication IP Nederland found that around 80% of pension fund assets in the Netherlands were managed in fiduciary contracts. However, the Dutch market is more accustomed to employing specialist providers compared with the UK.It is the style of fiduciary management most prevalent in the UK to which the US politician has raised concern for his own market.The Wall Street Journal recounts a similar 75% figure of pension consultants acting as both investment managers and advisers for clients, according to filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).Also, an SEC investigation in 2005 found that consultants had accepted payments from investment managers as they advised pension fund clients on which managers to select for mandates. A senior US politician has written to the federal government calling for a fresh investigation into pension fund consultants that also manage investments, particularly regarding conflicts of interest.In a letter seen by US broadsheet The Wall Street Journal, senior Rep. George Miller (Democrat, California) wrote to US secretary of state for Labour, Thomas Perez, requesting that he investigate possible conflicts of interest in consultancies that manage investments in addition to providing investment advice.In the letter, Miller claimed the growing trend of US pension funds – with $18.8bn (€13.4bn) in assets, according to Towers Watson – using consultancies to manage assets created significant and inappropriate conflicts.He called on the Labor Department to look into the practice as the government body works to create new governing rules on the role of advisers.
According to her, it is important to always engage the youth, saying this would keep them away from negative vices prevalent in the country today.”I advise youths generally to be engaged in sports festival because it is an avenue to steer the minds away from many negative vices taking the attention of the youths particularly the unemployed ones.”We want our communities beyond this competition to have successful sports men and women, and the NIPOGA is a venture that would take them to the next height in life because they would be participating as youth entrepreneurs, ” she said.Earlier, NIPOGA President and Rector Federal Polytechnic Nasarawa, Professor Abdulkadir Saidu Shetima, noted that an event such as NIPOGA must be properly organised as it could be an incubation ground to scout for both male and female talents for the country..”We want to have the NIPOGA of international standards that is why we involved professional sports men like Ambassador John Fashanu, media personalities and sports promoters like the A3 Foundation.”Our school is also putting every innovation in place to have a memorable games festival as well as ensure that NIPOGA won’t be the way it has always been,” he said.Meanwhile, Ambassador John Fashanu, emphasised the need for grassroots sports, assuring that the games will be different from those held in the past.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Senator Iroegbu in AbujaThe organisers of the forthcoming Nigeria Polytechnic Games (NIPOGA), have emphasised on the need for youths to leverage on sports to become entrepreneurs.The Founder/Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of A3 Foundation and promoters of the upcoming sporting festival, Hajiya Aisha Audu-Emeje, stated this yesterday in Abuja at a media interaction to ascertain the level of preparedness of the host school; the Federal Polytechnic Nasarawa, in Nasarawa State.Audu-Emeje said that the foundation was putting up an active social centre at the host school; the Federal Polytechnic Nasarawa, in order to produce entrepreneurship minded youths at the end of the games.
Pauline JonesPauline Lucille Jones died Thursday, May 29, 2014 at Riverview Manor in Oxford at the age of 83.Pauline was born the daughter of Walter and Grace (Thomb) Baber on Sunday, March 15, 1931 in Arkansas City.In 1967, Pauline and Lester E. Jones were united in marriage in Arkansas City. Together they celebrated over 30 years of marriage before his passing.Survivors include her daughter, Phila Storts and her husband Rick of Belle Plaine; daughter, Linda Clinkingbeard of Ponca City, Oklahoma, grandsons: Rick Storts, David Storts and his wife Mallory, Chase Clinkingbeard and Robert Clinkingbeard, granddaughters: Chalisa Lynn, Lynessa Roberts, Kristen Storts, Cheria Clinkingbeard and Shelsea Clinkingbeard along with nine great-grandchildren.She is preceded in death by her parents, husband, siblings, sons: Jerry Lynn Shelton and Dale Wood and her son-in-law, Ron Clinkingbeard.Graveside services for Pauline will be held at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, May 31, 2014 in the Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Arkansas City.A memorial has been established in her loving memory to the Riverview Manor, 200 South Ohio, Oxford 67119. Contributions may be mailed or left with the funeral home.To share a memory or leave condolences, please visit www.dayfuneralhome.info.Arrangements are by Day Funeral Home & Crematory, Wellington.
Barnett continued by asking what Biden thinks of President Trump, who is 74, making his opponent’s mental state an issue for voters.Biden replied, “Look, man, I know you’re trying to goad me, but I’m looking forward to having an opportunity to sit with the president or stand with the president in the debates. There’s going to be plenty of time.”He continued, “I am very willing to let the American public judge my personal and mental fil– my physical as well as my mental fil– my fitness and to make a judgment about who I am.”Meanwhile, President Trump has also has gone to great lengths to prove that he is up to continuing in the job. He has repeatedly described a test that doctors reportedly gave him, while calling on his opponent to take the same exam. Former Vice President and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden snapped at a reporter on Wednesday, when an interviewer asked whether he had taken a cognitive test.The response? Biden became defensive, asking the interviewer, CBS correspondent Errol Barnett, if he was a junkie and had been tested for cocaine use.“No, I haven’t taken a test. Why the hell would I take a test?” Biden asked. “Come on, man. That’s like saying to you, before you got on this program, if you had to take a test where you’re taking cocaine or not. What do you think, huh? Are you a junkie?”The 77-year-old’s response contradicted remarks he made last June at a press conference, when he said he was “constantly tested” for mental decline, in response to a reporter’s question.During that encounter, he said, “All you gotta do is watch me and I can hardly wait to compare my cognitive capability to the cognitive capability of the man I’m running against,” after calling the reporter a “lying dog face.”“Why the hell would I take a test?”@JoeBiden scoffs at idea of taking a cognitive test.Suggests @realDonaldTrump “can’t figure out the difference between an elephant and a lion.”Full interview at @NABJ @NAHJ virtual convention Thursday 8am [email protected] pic.twitter.com/rGNJpjfbF6— errol barnett (@errolbarnett) August 5, 2020
26 Jul 2018 Top amateurs follow their golfing dreams Tags: Formby, Hesketh, Lancashire, Mens Amateur Image copyright Leaderboard Photography Top players from across the country will head to Lancashire next week, following their golfing dreams to the English men’s amateur championship.The six-day championship starts on Tuesday, 31 July, when the 288 competitors begin two rounds of stroke play qualifying at Formby and Hesketh Golf Clubs.After Wednesday’s second round the leading 64 players and ties will go head to head in the match play stages of the championship, which will be played at Formby. The 36-hole final will take place on Sunday, 5 August.It’s an opportunity to see some of the country’s finest golfing talent, with notable players including Gloucestershire’s Mitch Waite (Filton), who currently leads the England Golf order of merit.He’s been runner-up in the European amateur and the Lytham Trophy, a semi-finalist in the British amateur, the winner of the Hampshire Salver – and helped England to a European silver medal.Another member of the European team was Yorkshire’s Nick Poppleton (Wath) who will seek a rare double, having already won the English men’s open stroke play – the Brabazon Trophy.Other names to watch include Yorkshire’s David Hague (Malton and Norton), who was also in the silver-medal winning European team. Meanwhile his county colleague Bailey Gill (Lindrick) and Dorset’s Tom Plumb (Sherborne) are both in the top five on the order of merit.There’s plenty of young talent too, with Joe Sullivan (Chartham Park) and Dubai-based Josh Hill among those moving straight on from this week’s Carris Trophy, where they are making a low-scoring impact.The courses will be both a treat and a challenge for the players. Formby (pictured) is one of the world’s top championship links courses and has hosted the Amateur Championship on more than one occasion, the Curtis Cup and the Arnold Palmer Cup. Hesketh is also highly regarded and has hosted Open qualifying, the Junior Open and co-hosted the Amateur Championship.
Facebook95Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Washington State GovernorGov. Jay Inslee Thursday announced the extension of proclamation 20-25, Washington’s Safe Start Phased Reopening plan.This extension changes guidance and regulations for activities shown to provide a higher risk of COVID-19 exposure, including restaurants, bars, and fitness centers, as well as weddings and funerals. The changes will also affect family entertainment centers, movie theaters and card rooms.Guidance for restaurants/taverns and card rooms are being issued today; the remaining guidance will be issued early next week.The proclamation also adopts the updated facial covering order, 20-03.1, issued today by the secretary of Health.The proclamation, which is effective until amended or rescinded, is available here.Read updated guidance for restaurants/taverns here.Read updated guidance for card rooms here.Inslee also announced the extension of the eviction moratorium as COVID-19 continues to impact the finances of Washingtonians statewide.The extension makes modifications to the prior moratorium, including:Makes minor clarifications to existing restrictions, such as clarifying that law enforcement may serve eviction orders that include findings required by the proclamation; andCreates a workgroup to help inform potential changes to the moratorium in the short-term and the long-term, if needed. The workgroup is specifically asked to consider how future extensions could address options to increase rent.The moratorium is extended through October 15.Read the full proclamation here.
Image Courtesy: AFPAdvertisement x6NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs2g1gaWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Expc( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) q5jhWould you ever consider trying this?😱2uzcmrCan your students do this? 🌚3scg6gRoller skating! Powered by Firework back in 2016, former Indian cricketer MSK Prasad was appointed as the chief National Selector of the Indian men’s senior cricket team by BCCI. Today, BCCI has announced former Team India superstar Sunil Joshi as the new chairman of the national selection panel, replacing Prasad and ending his tenure of four years. Advertisement Image Courtesy: AFPSunil Joshi was suggested for the post of Chief Selector by BCCI’s Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC), consisting of Madan Lal, RP Singh and Sulakshana Naik. CAC also recommended former pace bowler Harvinder Singh to be appointed in the selection committee.“The committee recommended Mr Sunil Joshi for the role of Chairman of the senior men’s selection committee,” BCCI Secretary Jay Shah was quoted in a recent official statement.Advertisement A former talisman of Karnataka cricket team in domestic cricket, Joshi earned 15 Test and 69 ODI caps for Team India between 1996 and 2001. He also played in the first two IPL seasons for Royal Challengers Bangalore. Joshi announced his retirement from all formats of the game in 2012. Harvinder, 42, has appeared for the Men in Blues in three Tests and 16 ODIs from 1997 to 2001.Joshi and Harvinder were chosen out of a five member interview session by the CAC. The two former bowlers were interviewed alongside ex national cricketers Venkatesh Prasad, Rajesh Chauhan and L S Sivaramakrishnan. The five were chosen out of a list of 40 candidates.Advertisement Joshi was chosen from the South zone to replace Prasad, while Harvinder was picked from the central zone, replacing Gagan Khoda in the panel.“We picked them (Joshi and Harvinder) because they were clear in their views,” Ratan Lal told PTI after the interview.Lal also specifically praised Joshi, who has experience in coaching Assam, Hyderabad and Jammu & Kashmir in Ranji, and also worked as a spin bowling consultant of Bangladesh cricket team. The 49 year old was also appointed as a spin bowling coach for Omar and United States cricket teams.However, the other three members of the panels have remained unchanged. Jatain Paranjpe from West zone, Devang Gandhi from East zone and Sarandeep Singh from North zone will retain their selection panel memberships to work alongside the newcomers Joshi and Harvinder, until their terms finish by the end of this year.Also read-What will happen to IPL 2020 if Coronavirus hits India? Advertisement