Last night, Twiddle played the second show their four-night Halloween run at Brooklyn Bowls. The run will see the Vermont quartet play three shows at Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg, before they head to the west coast to finish with a bang on Halloween night at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas.After welcoming Brandon “Taz” Niederauer for night one (watch here), the band continued the sit-in trend by bringing in the famed Matisyahu during the second set. Matisyahu and Twiddle guitarist Mihali Savoulidis recently released a single called “Storm Tossed,” and the two played the song for the Brooklyn Bowl crowd. Watch fan-shot videos of Matisyahu’s sit-in below, courtesy of YouTube user Josh: Matiysahu would stay on stage for a cover of Bob Marley’s “Exodus.” Guitarist Aaron Dugan of Matisyahu’s band also joined in on the Marley cover. The band would close the set with “Cabbage Face” and end the night with their classic “Mamunes The Faun.”Thanks to taperchris, you can stream the full audio below!Check out a gallery from the show courtesy of photographer Andrew Scott Blackstein, and check out the full setlist below via PT.Setlist: Twiddle at the Brooklyn Bowl, Brooklyn, NY – 10/28/16Set 1: Second Wind, Polluted Beauty, Brick Of Barley, JamflowmanSet 2: Gatsby The Great, Storm Tossed*, Exodus*^, Cabbage FaceEncore: Mamunes The FaunNotes: *: with Matisyahu; ^: with Keith Allen (The Mantras) on guitarTwiddle At Brooklyn Bowl, Night 2 Load remaining images
There are 25 gates through which thousands of people enter Harvard Yard every day, but with the completion of the Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center, the Cambridge campus will have a new way for them to experience the University.Thanks to the generous support of the Moise Y. Safra Foundation, the Moise Y. Safra Welcome Pavilion at the entrance of the Smith Campus Center will make the renewed facility an invaluable resource for students, faculty, the local community, and visitors when it reopens in 2018.“The family of Moise Safra has provided the University with a true front door,” said Drew Faust, president of Harvard University. “Thanks to their generosity, aspiring students and their families, as well as visitors from around the world, will come to know Harvard, in part, through a welcoming point of departure at the heart of our campus. We look forward to celebrating the opening of a new common space for the entire community to enjoy.”Safra, a prominent Brazilian philanthropist whose career spanned the worlds of finance and real estate, and his wife, Chella, had three children attend Harvard College and were longtime supporters of the Harvard College Fund. The family also established a chair of economics in 2005, currently held by Professor Jeremy Stein.“Our father always felt that Harvard improved the world and welcomed our entire family. It was a relationship he cherished for so much of his life. What could be a more fitting tribute to his legacy than to return that warm welcome for generations to come?” said his sons Jacob Safra ’92, M.B.A. ’95, and Edmond Safra ’98, members of the foundation’s board.The Moise Y. Safra Welcome Center, and the Smith Campus Center more broadly, are part of Faust’s Common Spaces program. Started in 2009, the program has converted areas across campus — such as Science Center Plaza, the Porch at Memorial Church, the Dudley House patio, and Harvard Yard itself — into informal gathering places.
Pixabay Stock Image.JAMESTOWN – The average price for a gallon of gas continues to drop.According to AAA, the demand for gas is going down with summer vacations wrapping up.Virtual learning has also contributed to a lesser need for gas since fewer students are actually going to school facilities due to the pandemic.The average price of gas across the Unites States is $2.19, a drop of three cents since last week. New York’s average price of gas is also going down, as it currently sits at $2.28. That’s one cent last than last week.One year ago, the national average was $2.57, while the state’s was $2.73.In Jamestown the average price for a regular gallon of gas is $2.35, according to GasBuddy.com. 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)
Odfjell Drilling is investing in Oceanwind AS with an aim to acquire a stake that would ensure a controlling position in the Norway-based floating wind company. “In 2001, as founders of SWAY, we initiated the game-changing technology for floating offshore wind turbines. Almost twenty years later we have decided to enter the business of owning and operating such assets and become an important contributor to the reduction of fossil fuel emissions”, said Oceanwind Founder Jon Erik Borgen and CTO/Founder Eystein Borgen. “Developing solutions to connect our rigs to offshore wind installations is one possible road to zero emission drilling. With ownership in Oceanwind, we are well positioned to make it a reality”, said Per Lund, EVP Technology & Sustainability of Odfjell Drilling. A long-term goal for Oceanwind is “to own and operate harsh environment floating offshore wind turbines” and, according to the two companies’ press release from 27 August, both believe that partnering is a winning combination for further commercialising offshore wind energy. Oceanwind AS has been founded by a team that was part of Sway, a Norwegian technology developer that tested the Sway turbine in 2010/2011. “Our objective is to create value for our shareholders and society by leveraging almost five decades of competence in operating floating assets in harsh environments to develop a solid concept within offshore wind together with Oceanwind’s founders. I hope this day is the beginning of a new chapter, and another major milestone in the company’s history”. “In 1971, Rederiet Odfjell made the final investment needed to complete the first floating drilling rig design ever created in Norway. This was the beginning of what we now recognise as Odfjell Drilling. I believe we are in a similar situation today”, said Simen Lieungh, CEO of Odfjell Drilling AS. According to the Norwegian offshore drilling contractor, the move will support it on a path to zero-emissions drilling through projects that would connect its rigs to floating wind farms. Odfjell Drilling’s buy-in is now subject to successful completion of the contemplated equity tranches, according to the company.
Stephen Brian Sembach, 56, of Osgood passed away Tuesday, June 9, 2020 from pancreatic cancer with his family around him. Steve was born in Decatur County Hospital in Greensburg, Indiana, on Wednesday, October 23, 1963, the son of the late Carl A. and Alvena I. Sembach. Steve was a 1982 Jac-Cen-Del High School graduate and an Ivy Tech graduate. Steve worked for Hill-Rom for over 26 years. Steve attended Bethany Baptist Church where he was a humble servant of God driving the church bus for many years. Steve loved gardening, always planting and harvesting enough fresh vegetables (especially those beautiful potatoes) to share with family, co-workers, as well as his church family. Steve loved to hunt and was quite excited to be named in the Fair Chase Magazine of the year having hunted the largest buck in Ripley County, Indiana, scoring in at 194 4/8. Steve was very proud of his sons and shared his quick wit and values. Steve worked tirelessly every year since the time he was a youngster at the Sheets’ Christmas Tree farm during the holidays and passed this tradition onto his sons. Steve was never boastful and quite content to be a homebody.Steve was the proud father of two sons and daughters-in-law: Brian A. (Paige) Sembach and Tyler (Marissa) Sembach; and one grandson, Matthias all of Madison; two brothers: James (Gail) Sembach and Kevin Sembach; two sisters: Bonita (James) Sweeney and Sharilyn (Robert) Shearer; eighteen nieces and nephews.A service celebrating his life will be held 2 PM Friday, June 12, 2020 at Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home in Milan with Pastor Billy Cloud officiating. Steve will be laid to rest next to his parents in Mud Pike Cemetery, Osgood, Indiana. Family and friends may gather to share and remember him 12 Noon – 2 PM Friday also at the funeral home. Memorials may be given in honor of Steve to Mud Pike Cemetery. Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, 707 S Main Street, Box 243, Milan, IN 47031, (812) 654-2141. Please reach out to the family through our website at www.lawscarrmoore.com to leave an online condolence message or memory of Steve for the family.
One of African football’s most powerful figures Kwesi Nyantakyi has been banned from the sport for life for breaking bribery and corruption rules.Ex-Ghana Football Association (GFA) president also broke conflict of interest rules, FIFA announced yesterday.Football’s world governing body launched an investigation after Nyantakyi was pictured taking $65,000 from an undercover reporter. FIFA fined Nyantakyi 500,000 Swiss francs (£390,000).Nyantakyi was also vice-president of the Confederation of African Football and a member of the FIFA Council.He stepped down as GFA president in June after film of him allegedly accepting a “cash gift” was made public.The film was captured by journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas and BBC Africa’s investigations unit, Africa Eye, received exclusive access to the footage.Nyantakyi later resigned his CAF and FIFA posts but claimed the footage had been doctored to falsely incriminate him.The adjudicatory chamber of FIFA’s ethics committee said the ban for life applied to “all football-related activities at both national and international level”.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram