Watch Bruce Hornsby Perform With The Roots On Last Night’s Fallon Episode

first_imgIn anticipation of the release for his newest album, Rehab Reunion, both Bruce Hornsby and his Noisemakers drummer Sonny Emory sat in with The Roots on house band duties throughout last night’s episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Hornsby played the Appalachian Dulcimer, while Emory added to percussion on the washboard, as the full house band played segments of songs that appear on Rehab Reunion, which is due out this Friday, June 17th.Bruce Hornsby Offers Full Stream Of New Album, ‘Rehab Reunion’ [Listen]Fallon also brought along a co-host for the evening, former Late Night host Jay Leno. The two performed the opening dialogue together and traded jokes back and forth over the course of the show. Check out the entire show below, including a performance of the Hornsby classic “The Way It Is” at 29:30, as the show went in and out of the commercial break:last_img read more

MonoNeon, Prince’s Last Bassist, Releases Whimsical New Music Video

first_imgMonoNeon was Prince’s last bassist, working with the legend during the end of 2015 and the beginning of 2016. MonoNeon identified the mythic musician as a mentor to him, and, as one of the last musicians to work with Prince, MonoNeon has channeled his time working with Prince into new music inspired by the master. Now, the bassist has released a new music video, a trippy, technicolor video that accompanies the equally whimsical track, “Thoughts In The Morning Time.” The song is off MonoNeon’s brand spankin’ new EP, Selfie Quickie 2wooo, which is available here at a name-your-price pay scale. Check out MonoNeon’s new video below, courtesy of the artist, and keep an eye out for more from this rad dude!last_img read more

Political storms swirl around California’s Newsom amid virus

first_imgSACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom has gone from a governor in command to one lurching from one political crisis to the next as the coronavirus pandemic enters its second year. He’s recently faced questions over his decisions to abruptly lift stay-at-home orders and overhaul the state’s vaccine program, and his attempt to get kids back in school is stalled. Amid a Republican-led recall effort, some Democrats are starting to whisper about the need for a backup plan should voters decide to remove him. Newsom’s slide points to the pain facing leaders as virus fatigue takes hold, vaccines remain elusive and voters stop laying blame on the Trump administration.last_img read more

BNEF: Unsubsidized wind now competitive with gas in Minnesota

first_imgBNEF: Unsubsidized wind now competitive with gas in Minnesota FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Minneapolis Star-Tribune:The cost of deploying wind and solar energy continued to decline significantly in Minnesota last year, and wind — even without federal tax subsidies — may be the state’s cheapest source of new electricity.Those conclusions were included in a report released Monday by Bloomberg New Energy Finance, which annually surveys the U.S. power generation sector for the Business Council for Sustainable Energy, an industry-led group.The cost of new wind and solar power facilities in Minnesota fell by 16 percent and 23 percent respectively in 2018 over the previous year, the report found.The “levelized cost” of new, unsubsidized wind energy came in at $38 per megawatt hour (MWh), which takes into account the cost to build a power plant and its total power output, according to the Bloomberg analysis. Bloomberg didn’t have a state-by-state breakout of the levelized cost of natural gas. But wind in Minnesota is particularly cheap.“Minnesota has access to some of the best wind resources in the U.S.,” the Bloomberg report said. “As a result … new wind build in the state is likely already at parity with new combined-cycle natural gas plants even without incentives.”More: Cost of adding new wind, solar energy continues to fall in Minnesota, report sayslast_img read more

Don’t just install tech, integrate it

first_img 48SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Tim Klatt As the Director of Retail Strategies for La Macchia Group, Tim Klatt brings over 15 years of experience in geographical market analysis, strategy development and large scale retail deployments for … Web: www.lamacchiagroup.com Details Credit unions are rooted in community and thrive on highly personal, relationship-driven service. These attributes are – and should remain – the core of a credit union’s mission. That increasingly means enabling technology with a purpose: creating high-touch, personalized relationships through smart technology integrations.According to Deloitte, today’s consumers expect their financial institutions to act and interact more like top technology brands. In an age where credit unions need to do all they can to avoid being “Rocket Mortgaged,” and consumers seek a fast, frictionless financial experience across various mediums, technology integration must be a top priority for credit unions of all sizes.If you’re not thinking about technology, you’re in the minority. In 2018, 78% of financial executives believed their work was going to change in the next five years because of new digital business trends. But investing in technology for your credit union is about more than “keeping up with the Joneses.” It is not simply installing screens blandly showcasing your most recent auto loan rate, or CD or using ITMs in your branches. To achieve the maximum return on investment, technology must serve a purpose. It must be integrated into your member’s journey, identifying, addressing and easing friction points for your members and acting as a seamless expression of your brand.So, what is the right kind of technology to focus on? There is no cookie-cutter, one-size-fits-all approach to technology integration for credit unions. It’s important to leverage community and demographic insights to determine what your members care about and use available technology to help you connect with them. How do you know when it’s time to consider an update? If you’ve found yourself or your team saying any of the following, it’s time:“My branch feels out-of-date and out-of-touch.”Technology integration enables you to create a customized, personalized environment that is adaptable, modern and experiential. It is not about digital display, it’s about digital engagement. Taking your brand digital means you can quickly and creatively deploy custom content that instantly rejuvenates your brand and your message. Where in the past, you invested in static signage and it was “one and done,” a one-time investment in technology integration unlocks a plethora of opportunities to engage with members through meaningful, timely and relevant content.“I don’t know what my members want and need.”No one expects you to be a mind-reader. A critical first step of technology integration is to conduct demographic and member research to discover what, if any, points of friction currently exist within a member’s user financial experience. We then determine how best to leverage technology to address those issues. This is not a guessing game; it’s rooted in data and actionable insights and should clearly demonstrate a return on investment.“I need to do more with less.”How members use branches is changing. As branches become a key place for conversation and consultation, technology can supplement existing staff to ensure that while your employees are guiding individuals and families through some of life’s bigger moments like mortgages and loans, your members can still quickly and efficiently carry out their day-to-day transactional needs in a way that provides a user-focused, individualized experience.The topic of technology is hot right now – in just about every industry. But it must be more than a “hot topic” – it must be an intentional, purpose-driven business investment. The ROI is clear. True technology integration will drive business growth, profitability and member engagement, and set your credit union up to evolve alongside its members.last_img read more

Wallabies great Stephen Moore is building his Brisbane dream home

first_imgMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours agoAn artist’s impression of the house Graya Construction is building for former Wallabies skipper Stephen Moore. Pic supplied.He’ll have more time on his hands after retiring from rugby in October last year after playing in the Bledisloe Cup match between the Australian Wallabies and the New Zealand All Blacks at Suncorp Stadium.Records show Moore bought the original, two-bedroom house on the site in 2009 for $1.4 million. NEW YORK CHEAPER THAN BRISBANE IS THIS QUEENSLAND’S MOST EXPENSIVE KITCHEN? AUSSIE HOME BUYERS LURED OVERSEAS The original house that Wallabies’ veteran Stephen Moore bought in Brisbane has been demolished to make way for his dream home. Pic supplied.Located on the high side of Howard Street — next door to former Bronco Darren Lockyer’s old house — the property offers panoramic views of Brisbane city and surrounds.The new house has been designed by Tim Stewart Architects and will include five bedrooms over three levels, all boasting views of the city. An artist’s impression of the house Graya Construction is building for Wallabies’ veteran Stephen Moore. Pic supplied. Stephen Moore farewells fans after playing his last match for the Wallabies after the Bledisloe Cup match between the Australian Wallabies and the New Zealand All Blacks at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane. Photo: Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images.FORMER Wallabies hooker and captain Stephen Moore is busy building his dream home in one of Brisbane’s most sought-after suburbs. The brothers behind Graya Construction have been busy tearing down a rundown, character house on a high block in arguably Paddington’s best street — Howard Street — to make way for a modern masterpiece for Moore and his young family. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE center_img Work has started on Wallabies’ veteran Stephen Moore’s dream home in Brisbane. Pic supplied. Stephen Moore and Rob Gray of Graya Construction on the site of Moore’s new home. Pic supplied.Features will include a wine cellar, PGH brickwork, concrete Caesarstone benchtops, Wolf appliances and a Sub-Zero refrigerator.Moore owns a number of other properties in Brisbane, including a house in Red Hill and units in South Brisbane and Alderley.last_img read more

Axis Scoops Two UK Clean Tech Awards

first_imgAberdeen’s Axis Energy Projects has won two national awards for its innovative Tension Leg Buoy technology that is being developed for deployment in the floating offshore wind sector.The Axis TLB is a substructure and mooring system that provides controlled stability, roll and pitch for wind turbines. It comprises a subsurface buoy that supports the wind turbine. The buoy is fixed, by tensioned tethers, to a modular gravity base anchor / foundation on the seabed.The TLB additional benefits are its off-site pre-cast fabrication, a relatively small seabed footprint, no need for piling or jack-up vessels and a simple decommissioning process. It also offers the potential for wave power.The two awards (wind and natural energy categories) were made at the Rushlight Show in London on January 30. Rushlight brought together cleantech developers with the investment community and businesses looking to source suppliers and partners.John Baross, founder and managing director of Axis, said: “It’s fantastic news that our technology has been recognised by an independent panel of experts at the Rushlight Show. It’s a great boost for the Axis team as we take forward our technology for commercial deployment in UK and overseas waters. We have used our experience and technical knowledge of working in the offshore oil and gas sector for 20 years to design the TLB™ for use in the floating offshore wind sector.”A 2018 study by Strathclyde University’s Department of Naval Architecture concluded that Axis’s Tension Leg Buoy technology, compared with other Floating Offshore wind concepts, “demonstrates better stability performance, flexibility in installation and transportation, reduced requirement for water depth, lowered tether/tendon tension fluctuation with free flooded central column and possibility of integrating a wave energy device to form a multi-energy complimentary system.”last_img read more

Tottenham chase Emre Can

first_imgJose Mourinho is keen on signing another midfielder this month and, according to TuttoJuve, Spurs have emerged as contenders for Emre Can. Loading… Read Also:I’m now 100% Tottenham, says Jose Mourinho PSG are also reportedly interested in Can. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Promoted ContentPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body7 Of The Best Top Models From IndiaA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread ArtWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?Who Earns More Than Ronaldo?Ever Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterThe Best Cars Of All Time6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way The German appears to have fallen out of favour at Juventus and the report states that Tottenham could offer £26m for him.Advertisementlast_img read more

Updated: I-74 exit ramp closure now in effect

first_imgBatesville, In. — Indiana Department of Transportation’s contractor for the $61 million pavement replacement project on Interstate 74 between Exit 143 at New Point and Exit 156 at State Road 101 will delay scheduled ramp closures at Batesville one week because of weather delays impacting paving operations.  The eastbound I-74 off- and on-ramp closures at Exit 149 accessing S.R. 229 are now slated to begin at 11:30 p.m. Sunday, October 7.This closure is expected to be in effect for 15 days.  Eastbound motorists should use S.R. 46 as an alternate route—accessing I-74 via open ramps at New Point and S.R. 101.During the closures at Batesville, Milestone crews will remove existing asphalt pavement at the ramp area, pour new concrete lanes and place asphalt wedges to compensate for grade differences where new pavement connects with temporary median crossover lanes.Eastbound I-74 thru-traffic has been routed to a single lane on the north side of the interstate while the I-74’s south side is rebuilt during this year’s construction season.  In 2019, all traffic—both eastbound and westbound—will be routed to south-side lanes while crews remove and replace I-74 pavement on the north side.All I-74 lanes will be open during this winter’s hiatus.last_img read more

Cleverley keen to silence doubters

first_imgAston Villa newcomer Tom Cleverley wants to “prove a few people wrong” as he begins a new chapter of his career following a sad exit from Manchester United. Cleverley has clear objectives in his mind, which he hopes to achieve by securing regular football under Villa boss Paul Lambert. “Firstly, I’ve got to get into the team,” he said. “Secondly, I’ve got to play well. “Thirdly, I want to help get Aston Villa back up in the top half of the table where they belong. “Then hopefully as a product of those three things I can get back into the England squad. That’s exactly what Fabian Delph has done, so I want to follow in his footsteps.” Cleverley could make his debut in the claret and blue colours when Villa travel to Anfield to face Liverpool on Saturday. “I’m motivated to prove a few people wrong,” said the 25-year-old. “Hopefully that will also increase my performance levels too. First of all I’ve got to get into the team and hopefully play some part in a successful day at Liverpool on Saturday.” Cleverley has taken some stick on social media networks in recent weeks, not least during a Premier League question and answer session on Twitter. But the former Bradford trainee is happy to shrug off such abuse. I’m sure one season doesn’t turn you into a bad player,” he said. “That’s football for you. The year before last I won the Barclays Premier League title and played 20-odd games, so it’s swings and roundabouts. “I probably wasn’t the only player to get it last year and for as long as Manchester United aren’t winning trophies, players will get criticised. “I’ve still got a league title and 13 England caps. You don’t turn into a bad player just because somebody says so on Twitter.” Press Association Midfielder Cleverley joined Villa in a last-minute deadline day loan transfer just over a week ago following a difficult year at Old Trafford last season. His departure was welcomed quite vocally by some United fans, but the some-time England midfielder is eager to silence his critics and eventually return to international football by impressing at Villa Park. last_img read more