Load remaining images Umphrey’s McGee‘s annual UMBowl run has become the most highly anticipated event of the year for fans of one of the most creative and interactive bands out there. With four “quarters” consisting of various themes including a “choose your own adventure” set, the sixth annual UMBowl set at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas did not disappoint, and we’ve got stunning photos to prove it.Check out our in-depth review and setlist here. Photos by Jake Plimack – full gallery at the bottom.
Sugoi has taken night-riding visibility to a whole new level with “Visual Technology” called Pixel. Bid adieu to any “subtle, reflective accents,” say hello to blinding brightness. Flash past the break to be stunned and impressed…(batteries not included, or needed) Don’t let the already-established model name fool you. The 2014 version of the Zap jacket employs Pixel fabric tech; it’s Sugoi’s full re-think on nighttime visibility. Pixel comprises the entire base fabric of the Zap line; no longer are reflective capabilities constrained to discrete piping or accent strips.Pixel fabrics create “explosive illumination” when reflecting, and that verbiage appears to not be over-hype – just check out the video for proof.The Pixel technology is not being limited to the Zap jacket. Sugoi’s new shoe covers (Zap booties) almost eclipse the jacket in their stunning brightness. Keep your cadence high enough and motorists will think they’re seeing a superhero blow by in a blur of light.As Sugoi says, the Pixel fabric “only reveals its hidden power when it’s struck by artificial light.” My two take aways: a) there is hidden superhero power in this tech, and b) we no longer have to wear those crazy, road-sign, hi-vis colors. Yay! (Projected availability is not till September, US price TBD.)
The Castle Triathlon Series has confirmed that Wiggle, the UK’s number 1 online cycle and tri-sports retailer, is now its official retail partner for the 2012 and 2013 race seasons. Having won 220 Triathlon magazine awards for an incredible seven years running, Wiggle has become a leading one-stop-shop for triathletes.The Castle Triathlon Series has built up momentum in recent years and has grown dramatically since its conception in 2009. The series attracted over 5,000 participants for all of last year’s events, held at three castles in the UK and one in France.Expanding into 2012, all Castle Tri series events are held at some of the finest and most breathtaking locations across the UK and Europe. Featuring Lough Cutra Castle, Cholmondeley Castle, Castle Howard, Chateau de Chantilly and Hever Castle, the series provides diverse backdrops for both participants and spectators.“Wiggle is a fantastic brand and this partnership will bring together the very best in racing and retail for the ultimate triathlon experience,” said Brian Adcock, Race Director of the Castle Triathlon Series. Martin Talbot, Marketing Director at Wiggle added, “Wiggle is absolutely fired up and raring to go with the Castle Triathlon Series! We want to develop Wiggle’s triathlon event activity and this is a perfect opportunity.“For a feel good factor, the locations alone are worth the visit. Combine this with the endorphin rush from competing and the atmosphere will be electric! It’s going to be two years full of fantastic, unique and inspiring triathlon events.”The Castle Triathlon Series enables adults to compete individually or as a relay of two or a relay of three. Mixed relays are encouraged! and the series aims to include families, so that children and parents can race on the same day, making a great family day out. Children from eight to 15 years can compete to win medals and prizes.As an all-inclusive event series for both novice and experienced triathletes with varying race distances from sprint to Olympic, the Castle Triathlon Series is always marked by its motivational atmosphere. Over the coming two year partnership, both Wiggle and Castle Triathlon are keen to make triathlon events accessible for keen sportspeople to experience and enjoy.www.wiggle.co.uk www.castletriathlonseries.co.uk Related
Scouts from the area have collected supplies to donate to the SMSD Department of Family Services and Shawnee Mission Area Council PTA Clothing Exchange. Photo credit Lynne Milum.SMAC Clothing Exchange is happening today. The Shawnee Mission Area Council’s Clothing Exchange is set for Wednesday. The exchange takes place from 9 to 11 a.m. and 5 to 7 p.m. at the SM Early Childhood Center, 6701 W. 83rd St., Overland Park. Entry is at Door #7. Several groups and schools have donated hundreds of new pajamas, and each child within SMSD can receive five new pairs of socks and underwear per semester. Identification with proof of address will be needed to ensure that the Shawnee Mission community is being served.
Crestron announced updates Tuesday to its DM NVX AV-over-IP platform. The new DM-NVX-360 and DM-NVX-363 models enable support for the latest industry standards and formats, including AES67, Dolby Vision, HDR10+, and POE+. The DM NVX platform also added encryption and security updates, too.The latest evolution of the DM NVX platform supports HDR10+ and Dolby Vision. Crestron’s Pixel Perfect Processing technology is able to process and send 4K over IP, too.The updates to the DM NVX platform will be available on September 30, 2020. Two new options include the DM-NVX-360 with an MSRP of $1,800, and the DM-NVX-363 including downmix and Dante support with an MSRP of $2,400.Here are more specs: crestron.com/nvx
Prime Minister Céant has had a long involvement in Haitian politics and was a presidential candidate in 2016. Sep 27, 2018 President Moise announces new prime minister(PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, CMC) – President Jovenel Moise Tuesday announced Jean Michel Lapin, who once served as a courier in the public administration, to be the new prime minister of this French-speaking Caribbean Community (CARICOM) country. Lapin, who had been serving as acting prime minister ever since 93 of the 103…April 10, 2019In “CARICOM”Haiti names new prime ministerPORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, Feb 23, CMC – President Jovenel Moise says he has appointed Dr. Jack Guy Lafontant , a professor of gastroenterology at the Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy of the State University of Haiti (UEH) as the country’s new Prime Minister. He replaces Enex Jean-Charles, who submitted…February 24, 2017In “CARICOM”PM Holness Congratulates Haiti’s new Prime MinisterOPM, Kingston, Jamaica – Prime Minister Andrew Holness this afternoon expressed his congratulations to the Honourable Jean-Henry Céant on his appointment as Prime Minister of the Republic of Haiti. In his capacity as Chairman of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Mr Holness, in an official letter expressed CARICOM’s commitment to continued partnership with…September 20, 2018In “CARICOM”Share this on WhatsApp Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… Haiti’s new Prime Minister Jean-Henry Céant has been sworn into Office. President Jovenel Moise on Tuesday led the official swearing-in ceremony at the National Palace in Port au Prince. The Ceremony followed the President’s announcement on Sunday that he had selected Céant after consultations with the two branches of Parliament. The announcement came three weeks after former Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant resigned amid violent and deadly protests sparked by a proposal to significantly increase fuel prices. Au Palais national pour prendre part à la cérémonie de présentation officielle à la Nation du Premier Ministre nommé, @jeanhenryceant, à qui je présente tous mes vœux de succès. pic.twitter.com/h74JIz9q8A— Président Jovenel Moïse (@moisejovenel) August 7, 2018 You may be interested in… UNGA – President Jovenel Moise of Haiti (Summary of…
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Quinn will be installed as AAPA chairman for a one-year term on the final day of the association’s 104th annual convention, which takes place in Miami from November 2-4, 2015.He will assume the chairmanship from Port of Hueneme ceo and port director Kristin Decas, who began her term as chairwoman in October 2014.www.aapa-ports.org
On the day in history November 18, 1977, Ku Klux Klan member Robert Chambliss was convicted in the Birmingham, Alabama, church bombing that killed four little Black girls.A witness identified Chambliss as the man who placed a box of dynamite underneath the stairs of the 16th Street Baptist Church, where the girls and dozens of others were attending Sunday school services. Carole Robertson, 14, Denise McNair, 11, Cynthia Wesley, 14, and Addie Mae Collins, 14, all died in the blast and 23 others were injured.Chambliss was arrested and tried with murder on Oct. 8, 1963, but was cleared on the murder charges and sentenced to six months in jail for having the dynamite and $300 fine. Civil rights leaders rallied for justice for the little girls, and with the help of Alabama Attorney General Bill Baxley, the FBI reopened the case to reveal evidence against Chambliss not used in the original trial.In November 1977, at 73 years old, Chambliss was re-tried and convicted of the murders and sentenced to life in prison. He died on Oct. 29, 1985. Bet.com