Jack Johnson & Stephen Colbert Duet On The Late Show [Watch]

first_imgOn Tuesday night, Jack Johnson stopped by The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. The show’s host, Stephen Colbert, was so elated by the experience that he joined in on the first two songs of the musical guest’s performance before leaving Johnson to perform a third song with his band, Bahamas.“Folks, this is the best job in the world because I got what I wanted,” Colbert stated before joining the singer/songwriter on the title track from his 2008 album, Sleep Through The Static, which had never been performed on television. The two traded sat on a couple of stools surrounded by Johnson’s Band as they traded verses before impressively joining up for the chorus. From there, Colbert stuck around for a second duet on a cover of “I Love You and Buddha Too”, a 2008 Mason Jennings track to which Johnson contributed vocals. Halfway through the performance, Colbert excused himself and left Johnson and his band to finish off the song. The highlight of the evening came next, as Jack Johnson performed “Big Sur” from his 2017 album, All the Light Above It Too.You can watch all three of the performances below:Jack Johnson & Stephen Colbert – “Sleep Through The Static”Jack Johnson & Stephen Colbert – “I Love You And Buddha Too”Jack Johnson w/ Bahamas – “Big Sur”[Videos: The Late Show With Stephen Colbert]Earlier in the week, David Byrne took the stage at the iconic Ed Sullivan Theater for an incredible, beautifully choreographed Late Show performance of “Everybody’s Coming To My House” with an identically-dressed ensemble that moved throughout the theatre during the performance–often around Stephen Colbert himself, who played along with amusement. Colbert also chatted with Byrne about the theatrics of modern-day politics and spoke about the time in college when he skipped Talking Heads‘ Stop Making Sense tour to write a term paper. You can watch Byrne’s whole appearance on The Late Show here.last_img read more

Sea Star voted among the best festivals in Europe!

first_imgIn the official selection for the best festivals in Europe (European Festival Awards) in which over 350 festivals from 35 countries from all over the European continent participate, Umag’s Sea Star was voted among the top ten in the “Best New Festival” category!This recognition came after the award for the Best New Festival in Croatia went to Umag, and this time Sea Star is at the European level in the company of new festival stars such as the winter version of German metal giant Wacken, Belgian Cactusfestival or highly acclaimed Portuguese Waking Life.SEA STAR FESTIVAL GENERATES MORE THAN 60 MILLION HRK TOURIST CONSUMPTIONThe results of the research conducted by the regional research center “TIM” from Novi Sad, confirmed that the premiere edition of the Sea Star Festival in Umag this year has contributed to the Croatian tourism industry more than 60 million kuna.The new festival organized by Exit from the first announcement to the final opening, due to great interest has tripled the initial capacity and doubled the number of festival zones in the Umag resort Stella Maris, while according to official data of the Tourist Board of Umag, all accommodation facilities in the city and surrounding places , were filled. Thus, according to the data of the Umag Tourist Board, in relation to the pre-festival weekend in Umag and its surroundings, the number of visits increased by as much as 220%!The festival was visited by more than 25 fans from 28 to 50.000 May, and as many as 93% of them came from outside Umag, and the host city in hospitality is followed by the Istrian County, which was visited by as many as 85% of guests from abroad! The survey also found that each of these visitors spent an average of 292 euros during the festival, according to organizers, which was conducted on a representative sample of visitors with purchased tickets. The research of visitors also shows that they stayed in Umag for an average of three days, and the list of about 40 countries from which guests came to the festival includes Great Britain, the Netherlands, France and most countries on the European continent. from nearby Slovenia and Italy. Visitors from Western Europe spent a bit more, with 310 euros in the end, or 103 euros per day, and it is interesting that visitors from the countries of the region with an average of 305 euros, or slightly more than 100 euros, did not lag behind. Daily.Research also shows that the highly educated make up as much as two thirds, and the average age of the Sea Star festival audience is 26,2 years, which puts them in a higher pay group. Visitors were mostly accommodated in apartments, private accommodation and hotels. The research also showed that the vast majority, over 80%, visited Umag exclusively because of the Sea Star festival, while over 95% of respondents said that their opinion about Umag improved or remained equally positive after the festival! Also, as many as 95.3% of respondents estimated that the Stella Maris complex is an excellent or good location for holding festivals.<br />
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Lynton ponders investor offer

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Zoom sued for fraud over privacy, security flaws

first_imgZoom Video Communications was sued by a shareholder and accused of fraud amid mounting security concerns over the popular video-conferencing app.In a complaint filed Tuesday in San Francisco federal court, the company and its top officers were accused of concealing the truth about shortcomings in the app’s software encryption, including its alleged vulnerability to hackers, as well as the unauthorized disclosure of personal information to third parties including Facebook Inc.Investor Michael Drieu, who filed the suit as a class action, claims a series of public revelations about the app’s deficiencies starting last year have dented Zoom’s stock price — though the shares are still up 67 percent this year as investors bet that the teleconferencing company would be one of the rare winners from the coronavirus pandemic.Zoom Chief Executive Officer Eric Yuan has apologized for the lapses, acknowledging in a blog post last week that the company had fallen short of expectations over privacy and security.Topics :last_img read more

Governor Wolf Hosts Roundtable Discussion on Jobs that Pay Tour at University City Science Center

first_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Governor Wolf Hosts Roundtable Discussion on Jobs that Pay Tour at University City Science Center Economy,  Jobs That Pay,  Press Release Philadelphia, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today joined representatives of University City Science Center and Reps. Vanessa Lowry Brown, Jim Roebuck, and Michael O’Brien for a roundtable discussion with companies supported by the Science Center’s incubator program. The discussion centered around the companies’ goals and successes and how Redevelopment Capital Assistance Program (RACP) funding is helping the Science Center expand and add jobs in Philadelphia.“University City Science Center has a long and successful track record of incubating businesses that go on to achieve tremendous success for their employees, communities, and customers,” Governor Wolf said. “The high-tech and health care innovations by companies here in Philadelphia are changing lives through their work.”Company leaders from FirstHand Philly, Invisible Sentinel, Integral Molecular, PolyCore Therapeutics LLC, The One Health Company, DreamIt, CIC, Telesis Therapeutics, Fitly, Spark Therapeutics, University of Pennsylvania, and Wexford Science & Technology participated in the roundtable discussion at University City Science Center’s headquarters on Market Street.The Science Center’s expansion project was funded in part by RACP. The $2.5 million in RACP funds will help the Science Center complete three components in the 14-story, 345,000 square foot space under construction at 3675 Market. The site will house new space for Quorum, an “entrepreneur’s clubhouse” currently housed with the Science Center at 3711 Market; the Science Center’s new offices, and the labs and classrooms of FirstHand, the Science Center’s youth STEM education program.“3675 Market represents the future of the Science Center and the innovators we serve,” Stephen S. Tang, Ph.D., MBA, President & CEO, University City Science Center said. As I watch the steel rise, I like to imagine the discoveries that will be made there, the bright minds inspired to pursue science, and the communities that will be introduced to the power and promise of technology. 3675 Market truly marks a new era for innovation, access, inclusion and discovery here in Philadelphia. Thanks to this generous funding support from the Commonwealth, the Science Center will be able to support more of the exciting companies that are transforming our state – and the world – one discovery and one job at a time.”Find more information on the University City Science Center here.center_img August 02, 2017last_img read more

Ocean Installer lands Johan Sverdrup subsea installation work

first_imgNorway-based subsea company Ocean Installer has been awarded a contract for subsea installations and tie-in operations for Statoil on Johan Sverdrup, as well as Utgard and Bauge fields, off Norway. The award is part of Statoil’s Marine Wave 2 program and means that Ocean Installer will continue to have a role in the Johan Sverdrup subsea works, initiated under the Marine Wave 1 umbrella, the subsea company explained on Thursday.The complete work scope encompasses umbilical installation at Johan Sverdrup, Bauge and Utgard, as well as spools, cover, tie-in and manifold installation at Utgard.Ocean Installer CEO, Steinar Riise, said: “Ocean Installer is conducting widespread work for Statoil under the Marine Wave 1 program this year and we are truly pleased to have been selected as a key contractor also for the second phase of this Statoil scheme in 2019.”The company also said that project management and engineering will be based at its headquarters in Stavanger and start with immediate effect.Offshore operations will take place in 2019 and Ocean Installer will use a combination of the construction support vessels (CSVs) Normand Vision and Normand Reach.last_img read more

Arteta reveals Arsenal concerns over Coronavirus

first_imgMikel Arteta has admitted that the families of his Arsenal players are “concerned” by the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta set to bring Pablo Mari in Fixtures on the continent have already started to fall foul of the virus as countries battle to contain it. Five Serie A games will be played behind closed doors this weekend, while the Swiss Super League has postponed their matches. English football has yet to suffer but some clubs have instructed players not to shake hands while the likes of Arsenal and Tottenham have issued forms to visitors to their training ground in an attempt to prevent potential cases. Arteta said he and his squad will continue to follow medical advice but did concede there are worries from the families of those players who are based overseas. “(We are) not anxious, obviously we read the information, it’s all the time in the media,” he said. “Our families are concerned, we have a lot of foreign players with foreign families in different countries so it’s something that is on a daily basis. “The club and the authorities are in contact every day. We are following all the instructions from the club doctor. “So far the protocols we have been doing are enough but obviously don’t know to what stage it is going to develop. “We’ve seen in other countries the difficult decisions they have to make around it to protect the situation so we have to wait and see and be guided by them.” Sheer fixture congestion seems to be more of a pressing worry for Arteta as he prepares his side for their FA Cup fifth-round clash at Portsmouth on Monday night. Loading… After crashing out of the Europa League to Olympiacos after extra-time on Thursday night, Arteta knows the pressure is on to take the club into European competition for next season. A report claims planned summer moves for three players may have to be scrapped as a result of their early elimination from the competition. Sitting ninth in the Premier League heading into the weekend’s fixtures, the FA Cup could yet be the tournament to provide Arteta with a route to the Europa League. Setup Timeout Error: Setup took longer than 30 seconds to complete. With the FA Cup ties being moved to midweek there is a level of congestion in the coming weeks after the first-ever Premier League winter break earlier in the year. Arteta believes, with Carabao Cup fixtures also in the mix, there is too much strain being placed on the modern player. “We’re not going to please everyone with the decisions that have to be made,” the Spaniard replied when asked about fixture congestion. “What is for sure is that for players it’s an enormous amount of games. The intensity is rising every single year, the level of pressure too, and sometimes it’s too much for them. Read Also:Arteta calls on Arsenal to put Euro pain behind them “Something has to be done because you can see players are cracking and cracking every season. “You can sustain that for one season, two seasons, but after three or four seasons you end up paying the price and I think the quality at some stage will drop. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Promoted ContentWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?The Best Tarantino Movie Yet10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreWhy Go Veg? 7 Reasons To Do This13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hoot5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?The Most Exciting Cities In The World To VisitFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Art9 Iconic Roles Nobody Wanted To PlayPretty Awesome Shows That Just Got Canceledlast_img read more


first_imgHave we over reacted to concussions in every level of sports?  I am not in any way questioning the need for quick and complete care for anyone who suffers a concussion.  I think the problem has become that all hits on the field of play now are considered concussions.  I am not advocating going back to the old football saying “he just got his bell rung”, but is it necessary to keep a student athlete from attending school for 3 weeks after a concussion?  Yes, it is, if it is truly a concussion.  I understand they now are not allowed to use computers during this concussion recovery time which makes it difficult for them to keep up with their studies.  I am sure that the medical field is just as perplexed as the rest of us because if they decide a bump on the head is not serious and some kind of delayed reaction occurs, the legal ramifications would get out of hand quickly.  Herein lies the dilemma.  Have they given the medical personnel a concrete set of guidelines for them to follow or is it left up to the individual person to decide?  Again I stress, I do not want any athlete on the field if they have any form of concussion.  We don’t need all of the complications that seem to have cropped up after years of not taking concussions seriously.  One of the solutions might be to add helmets to more sports than football.  Soccer and pole vaulting are two of the areas I think consideration for the helmet must be given.  We still want kids to want to play and not be afraid that serious health problems will occur if they do get hit.  Another solution might be to delay some sports until the kids are a little older and a little more coordinated.  I certainly do not have all the answers.last_img read more

Coach Crean

first_imgIn an article that I read in the Indy Star, IU basketball coach, Tom Crean, will have roles for his players this year–not positions.  His 5 top players are Pharrell, Blackmon, Johnson, Williams, and Bryant.  They will all find themselves located on the floor where they can produce the highest number of shots, and thus, produce the most points.This theory worked very well for Crean in the past.  His offensive production produced 1.17 points per possession last year.  This translated into 77.4 PPG which was tops in the Big Ten.To play for IU you must be very versatile.  No player stays in one area of the floor.  It is constant movement.  You might play the post on one possession and as a shooting guard on another.  Unfortunately for IU, they played very little defense and lost way too many games to satisfy their fan base.  If you are an IU fan, you have hopes that Crean has figured out a dense for these versatile players.last_img read more

Operation Christmas Child Underway

first_imgHOLTON, Ind. — For many area churches, the Christmas season has begun.Collections for Samaritan’s Purse, Operation Christmas Child have begun.Audio Playerhttp://wrbiradio.com/wp-content/uploads/Vonda-1.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.That’s Vonda Miller, Coordinator of Operation Christmas Child at the Hopewell Baptist Church in Holton.Miller says that collection have been under way since the beginning of the year at the church.Audio Playerhttp://wrbiradio.com/wp-content/uploads/Vonda-2.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.If you would still like to get involved it’s not too late.Audio Playerhttp://wrbiradio.com/wp-content/uploads/Vonda-3.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Additional information and drop off locations in the area can be found at https://www.samaritanspurse.org/operation-christmas-child/drop-off-locations/last_img read more