1972 was a banner year for the Grateful Dead, as the band was at the peak of their ability to combine psychedelic jamming with legitimate and impressive songwriting. The shows they were playing throughout that whole year were truly remarkable, including the set from the Baltimore Civic Center on this day 45 years ago.The whole show rips from front to back, but the stand-out moment is certainly the 32:02 written next to “The Other One.” This is an out-of-this-world celebration of psychedelia, and we’re all invited along to ride the bus. It’s times like these that we’re thankful for tapers like Carly Wolfson and the DeadLists Project, enabling us to listen to full audio from what was just another night on the road, so many years ago.Enjoy the full stream, embedded below.
Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) JAMESTOWN – Unlike the wet and windy Halloween we had last year, this Halloween will be quiet and dry although chilly. For Today, early morning clouds will lead to some afternoon sunshine with highs in the mid to upper-40’s.If you plan on taking kids Trick-or-Treating this evening there will be no issues weather wise. Mainly clear skies tonight with highs around 40 in the evening dropping into the low to mid-30’s overnight. An upper-level trough passes the region on Sunday, returning the clouds and rain showers to the region as we flip the calander into November. It will be breezy with highs tomorrow in the upper-40’s.A cold front plows by the area Sunday evening with cold air rushing in behind it. Left over widespread rain will transition over to snow showers in the evening before tapering off.The cold air will generate a lake response of what seems to be a moderate strength lake effect snow band Sunday night into Monday morning. As of now moderate snow accumulations will be likely across the Western Southern-tier and the highest elavations. Several inches will be possible with blowing snow likely. Outside these bands cloudy skies with lows Sunday night in the mid-20’s.Off and on rain and snow showers likely for Monday, otherwise it will be cloudy with highs in the upper-30’s.High pressure and a southernly flow will take place by mid-week, allowing for a return of the sunshine and temperatures near 60.WNYNewsNow is a proud Ambassador for the NOAA Weather-Ready Nation program.
Another week, another Younger episode to dissect with emoji, Sutton Foster GIFs and statement jewelry. (Or no statement jewelry?! We don’t even know anymore!) After successful putting out a work fire last week—two if you count Charles’ Penisgate—Liza battles some personal demons while juggling her boyfriend with her old friendships. Let’s see what went down.SEASON 2, EPISODE 5: “Jersey, Sure”Emoji UpdateJosh and Liza spoon, but before they can fork, Josh gets a new Instagram follower: Caitlin, Liza’s daughter. Josh expresses concern that he doesn’t know much about Liza’s personal life (her non-millennial life). Liza says she wants to give Caitlin more time, which is an interesting way of saying she needs more time. At Empirical, Kelsey pressures Jade to turn in some pages, and we’re starting to wonder why Kelsey and Liza fought so hard for this account after they determined it was a lost cause last week. As Josh plays the washboard at a Williamsburg bar (when in Rome, right?), Liza’s New Jersey friends Michelle and Tom commend her on her “cougar”hood and invite the two over for dinner in the Garden State. Back at their apartment, Maggie explains that Liza’s building a web of lies, and while she may be the spider now, Liza’s also setting herself up to be the prey. Kelsey pesters Redmond to get Jade’s draft. In Jersey, Michelle keeps saying “truffle butter” and it’s deeply disturbing. (Do. Not. Google. It.) Kelsey and Lauren track down Jade via Instagram as the temperamental client blows through her advance. Michelle tries to convince Liza that Josh is merely post-divorce validation, but Liza believes he’s more than that. Stressed, Liza chomps down on a pot lollipop and gets her as high as a flag on the Fourth of July. Once they’re back in Brooklyn, Liza and her beau consider the imminent progression of their relationship.Biggest OMG Moment:The sheer amount of times the term “truffle butter” was used in this episode (seven!), and when Sutton Foster perfectly emulated the initial reactions of all of those sadder but wiser girls out there who know what it is, aside from the item found at Whole Foods and in Ina Garten’s kitchen. Millennial Glossary:Thirsty:(adjective) Excessively eager—almost desperately so. Primarily used in referent to a desire for sexual activity, or if your Kelsey Peters, a desire for a first draft of Jade’s book. For further examples, please see Broadway.com’s tweets about Aaron Tveit.Moment That Made Us Go:We called Liza out last week for making too many decisions like a 26-year-old, but when her friend Michelle reduces her relationship with Josh as a reaction to her divorce, it just sounds harsh. Like “when you say the truth out loud” harsh.Diana’s Statement Jewelry Update!For the second consecutive episode, Diana Trout did not sport a statement necklace. Is it possible we set the bar too high after last season? If we keep demanding insane jewelry, will Miriam Shor ultimately develop spinal damage? While Shor got a break from her neck workout, she did show off some sizable gold earrings that dangle ever so perfectly as she masters the art of the shady eyebrow raise. View Comments Sutton Foster & Nico Tortorella in ‘Younger’ (Photo: TV Land)
Looking for a low-budget vacation with lots of beautiful scenery? Consider visiting a public or historical garden. This is a great way to get outdoors, hike, breathe fresh air and, of course, borrow (or steal) some new landscape and gardening ideas. Also, you’ll save on fuel costs because a weekend garden vacation can be as close as Atlanta, Rome or even Athens. Fun for young and oldVisiting public or historical gardens can introduce you to new plants and trees. Often, botanical gardens and arboretums have theme gardens that are fun and entertaining for adults and children of all ages.Examples of theme gardens include sensory gardens that have interesting plants with various tastes, colors, textures, sounds and smells. Other gardens focus on mimicking certain climates such as tropical gardens or succulent gardens. Others may focus on certain cultural aspects like Japanese tea or bonsai gardens. There are also herb gardens, culinary gardens, vegetable gardens, water gardens, children’s gardens, butterfly gardens, shade gardens, rose gardens, native plant gardens, rain gardens and drought tolerant or xeriscape gardens, just to name a few.Small and large, all across the statePublic and historical gardens can be found across the state in every possible shape and size. State botanical gardens and arboretums can provide an entire day of entertainment. Small demonstration or trial gardens offer a taste of local garden possibilities and plants adapted to particular areas. Many state universities have excellent teaching and educational gardens that are open to the public. They often have their own version of a botanical garden or arboretum, too. A few examples are Georgia Perimeter College Botanical Garden in Decatur; Georgia Research and Education Garden at the University of Georgia campus in Griffin; the State Botanical Garden of Georgia or the UGA Arboretum both on the UGA campus in Athens; Georgia Southern Botanical Garden in Statesboro; and Waddell Barnes Botanical Garden at Macon College in Macon.View a well-manicured stadium, tooTaking a tour of your favorite college football stadium can be an added bonus for sports lovers. These visits also expose teenagers to future college choices.Many UGA Cooperative Extension offices have demonstration gardens at or near their offices, too. Call your local Extension office at 1-800-ASK-UGA1 for information on gardens in your county.So, why not soak up some sunshine, learn something new and visit a public garden this summer?
By Kay Valle/ Diálogo September 15, 2016 On August 9th, the Honduran Attorney General’s Office (MP, per its Spanish acronym) conducted a joint effort with the collaboration of multiple security force institutions. The action was planned in order to execute outstanding arrest warrants for people accused of various crimes. The institutions cooperating with the MP through special and regional public prosecutors’ offices were the Police Investigations Department, the National Anti-Extortion Force, the Military Police of Public Order, the Honduran Air Force, the National Preventive Police, the Anti-Drug Trafficking Directorate (DLCN, per its Spanish acronym), and the Technical Criminal Investigation Agency (ATIC, per its Spanish acronym). “This multi-disciplinary effort is historic because it was carried out simultaneously in 17 departments and 28 cities across the country. Also, 1,000 MP personnel participated for the first time in a joint effort with regional and special prosecutors as well as several security forces,” said Yuri Mora, spokesperson for the Attorney General’s office. In addition to Tegucigalpa, Operation Thunder was carried out in the cities of San Pedro Sula, Choluteca, Trujillo, La Ceiba, Roatán, Santa Bárbara, La Esperanza, La Paz, El Progreso, Catacamas, Ocotepeque, Valle, Danlí, and Siguatepeque. The MP’s spokesperson added that this operation sought to capture individuals who were trafficking in wood and endangered wildlife, as well as individuals who were still roaming free but had arrest warrants for various crimes. Dealing a blow to common criminality and organized crime, 113 simultaneous raids were executed throughout the country during this nationwide operation. This multi-disciplinary effort also allowed for the seizure of stolen automobiles and motorcycles, used mainly for committing crimes. For Mora, the operation had positive results, “because over 100 people were arrested, the majority of them with gang connections. Fifty-five automobiles that had been reported stolen were recovered, and firearms and lumber were seized.” Strengthening the MP as the basis of success The success of these operations is at the heart of strengthening the MP. “The MP has been strengthened in this administration. We have an ATIC that is showing very good results. The DLCN has new officers, a bigger budget, and more technology, and 200 new public prosecutors are bolstering the work of regional and local prosecutors. All of this is strengthening the institution, and the results are apparent,” Mora said. This strengthening is also rooted in planning. Mora gave the example of Operation “Avalancha” (Avalanche), which took one year to plan. It was set up to strike the MS-13 gang. However, he stressed that they had never coordinated so many security forces, and that Operation “Trueno” only took some months of planning. The institution is also strengthened by the increase in society’s trust. “Citizens have more trust from the work that has been done. Trust in the institution is coming back little by little. And one point to highlight is that many of the operations have been conducted based on complaints received from citizens,” Mora stated. Another complaint tool that citizens have at their disposal is the “Dilo aquí Honduras” [Say it Here Honduras], app that was jointly created with the Association for a More Just Society (ASJ, per its Spanish acronym). This platform was designed for citizens to report acts of corruption. The app can be downloaded at ASJ’s website http://asjhonduras.com/webhn/tag/denuncias-de-corrupcion-honduras/. It is available for Android and iOS systems. Protecting life and property Meanwhile, the Secretariat of Security reported that the role of the police consisted in, “protecting people’s lives and property, preventing crimes from being committed, and creating an atmosphere of peace and security, for which some 113 raids were carried out, including saturation patrols, police checkpoints, investigative activities, and the tracking of criminal organizations. The goal was to deter a series of unlawful acts against the citizenry, such as vehicle theft, extortion, drug trafficking, and murders and homicides, among other crimes.” “These operations are significant, and the blows they deal to common criminality and organized crime are decisive. Similarly, the directives coming down from the Attorney General and his corps of public prosecutors are changing the face of the MP,” Mora concluded.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 22-year-old Bellmore woman was among two people fatally struck by a car while they stood on the side of Interstate-95 to report an earlier car crash in Westchester County this week.New York State police said Kayla Ann Donnelly-Smith and 61-year-old Winter Krzysztof had pulled over and called 911 after their vehicles collided before a third vehicle lost control and struck them both, killing them instantly in the City of Rye at 1:14 p.m. Monday.“We are deeply saddened by the loss,” the Southern Connecticut State University cheerleading team, which she coached, posted on their Facebook page Tuesday. “Her motivation and drive brought this team together and we will continue to fight in honor of her for the rest of the season. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of Kayla’s friends and family during this difficult time.”The third driver, 46-year-old Tai Zhoa of Queens, was driving northbound when he struck both victims and their vehicles near exit 22 of I-95, police said. Zhao’s vehicle then veered back into traffic, where it struck a commercial bus that then sideswiped another northbound vehicle, causing minor damage, police said.Zhao was taken to a local hospital, where he was treated for minor injuries. No other injuries were reported. Troopers are continuing the investigation into the cause of the crash.Donnelly-Smith was a W.C. Mepham High School graduate.
The Germany international recently insisted Aubameyang was not a good role model because he donned a mask – inspired by the film Black Panther – after he scored against Rennes in the Europa League back in March 2019.Aubameyang had previously pulled out a number of different masks to celebrate goals during his time at Borussia Dortmund. Image:Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang celebrated his second goal against Rennes in the Europa League in March by wearing a mask of the Marvel Comics character Black Panther The Gabon delegation were told they were not allowed to leave the airport because of an administrative problem and were forced to sleep on the floor before being allowed to leave in the morning after government intervention.No reason was given for not allowing the team to exit the airport and head to their hotel after arrival. Gabon’s federation posted pictures of the incident to its Facebook page but without any comment.“Nice job CAF, it’s as if we were back in the 1990s,” Aubameyang posted on Twitter in a reference to previous foibles blamed on the Confederation of African Football.- Advertisement – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and his Gabon team-mates were forced to spend the night sleeping on the airport floor ahead of their vital Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Gambia.Aubameyang used social media to highlight their plight after arriving at Banjul airport on Sunday, ahead of Monday’s Group D clash in the Gambian capital.- Advertisement – Kroos, speaking on the Einfach mal Luppen podcast via Sport Bild, made the comment: “Aubameyang once celebrated and took out a mask. That’s where it ends with me.“I don’t think that’s a good role model either. What nonsense.”While initially reluctant to respond to Kroos, Aubameyang then took aim at the World Cup winner.Aubameyang said: “By the way. Does this @ToniKroos have Kids? Just to remember I did it for my son few times and I will do it again.“I wish you have Kids one day and make them happy like this Junior School pupils. Talk and don’t Forget #maskon #staysafe.” “This will not demotivate us but people need to know and CAF need to take responsibility. [It is] 2020 and we want Africa to grow but this is not how we will get there,” the Arsenal striker added later.Gabon are top of the group standings, three points ahead of Gambia, who are seeking to reach the Nations Cup finals for the first time. The top two teams in the group, which also includes Angola and the Democratic Republic of Congo, advance to the finals in Cameroon in early 2022.Aubameyang hits back at Kroos for mask criticismLast week Aubameyang hit back at Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos for criticising his choice of celebration.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
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Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF) has announced a partnership with Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) promote and develop sustainable capital markets through a focus on social bonds.IDB’s social bonds are issued in alignment with Social Bond Principles, which are administered by the International Capital Market Association (ICMA), a statement said.GPIF last year invested in green, social and sustainability bonds totalling more than $3bn (€2.7bn).The fund tweeted this week that to further promote environmental, social and governance (ESG) integration in fixed income investments, it had over the past year entered into partnerships with 10 multilateral development banks, IDB being the latest.. It had inked partnerships with key institutions that include the Washington-based World Bank, its subsidiary, International Finance Corporation (IFC), the Asian Development Bank, Nordic Investment Bank and the European Investment Bank.GPIF said its arrangements with the various banks opened the door to asset managers investing on behalf of GPIF to access ESG bonds.These bonds provided investment opportunities for GPIF asset managers to contribute to a more sustainable society.Announcing its partnership with IDB, Hiro Mizuno, GPIF’s executive managing director and chief investment officer, spoke of IDB’s “life cycle” approach towards solving the challenges of poverty and inequality in Latin America and the Caribbean through commitments to improve the quality of child education and the provision of greater employment opportunities.Claudia Bock-Valotta, vice president for finance and administration at IDB, said the arrangement with the bank followed its initiative with the Council of Europe Development Bank (CEB).In addition to conventional bonds, GPIF has formed a partnership with the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) to promote and develop sustainable capital markets through a focus on green and sustainable sukuk.Sukuk are the Islamic equivalent to bonds. However, unlike conventional bonds, which simply confer ownership of a debt, sukuk grant the investor a share of an asset, along with commensurate cash flows and risk.The financial instrument adheres to Islamic laws, sometimes referred to as Shariah principles.Zamir Iqbal, vice president and chief financial officer of IsDB, said at the signing of the agreement with GPIF last month that IsDB was a natural partner for GPIF in an initiative that would catalyse investments into the ESG fixed-income space and further develop socially resposible investment markets.