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Lennon bus rocking and rolling into city

first_imghttp://www.lennonbus.org/about_the_bushttp://www.lennonbus.org/press/JLETB_2011_Overview_Press.pdf.Magic bus? No, that was The Who. But a visit Aug. 24 to Vancouver by the big, blue John Lennon Tour Bus should be no less special.The mobile recording studio, named after the late Beatles member, is cruising the nation to give students (and some teachers) a chance to work with professionals and learn to use state-of-the-art equipment.Six students from Clark County will be chosen through an application process to produce and record a music video composition during a free, all-day session next month at the Vancouver School of Arts and Academics. As many as 60 additional students and/or teachers might attend three 2½-hour sessions inside the VSAA technology lab. They will train on ProTools recording software, Sibelius music composition software, and Avid Media composer video production software. Those sessions are free and open to 20 participants each, based on first-come, first-served registration.The production project and training sessions will be at VSAA, 3101 Main St. The school entrance is at 31st and F streets.For application information, or to register for a workshop session, email VSAA instructor David Tang, david.tang@vansd.org.last_img read more

Herrera Beutler backs listing endangered species

first_imgU.S. Rep Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Camas, joined 36 other House Republicans and voted with Democrats on Wednesday to restore funding allowing the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to list new threatened and endangered species.The vote came on an amendment to an Interior Department spending bill co-sponsored by U.S. Rep. Norm Dicks, D-Wash., the ranking Democrat on the House Appropriations Committee. Rep. Dave Reichert, R-Wash., also voted for the Dicks amendment, which passed 224-202.The amendment struck language from the bill that would have zeroed out funding for the agency to protect new animal and plant species under the Endangered Species Act, while retaining funding for delisting species.Herrera Beutler released a statement saying, “The Endangered Species Act needs to be reviewed by Congress to make sure federal agencies are using the best science in their species listing decisions, but completely prohibiting the listing of new species as endangered was not the right approach. Congress must make balanced decisions to protect species from irreversible extinction.”Earthjustice attorney Marjorie Mulhall said the fact that 37 Republicans “defied their party leadership today by voting to protect America’s wildlife and natural heritage and the Endangered Species Act” sent an important message.last_img read more

Semi spills lumber on Highway 14 in Skamania County

first_imgA semi with double flatbed trailers went on its side and dumped a load of lumber on state Highway 14 in Skamania County on Sunday night.The single-vehicle crash happened just after 6 p.m. five miles east of Washougal on Highway 14 at Belle Center Road, according to a Washington State Patrol memo.Kenneth D. Hust, 24, of Rock Springs, Wyo., was driving too fast for conditions while approaching a curve when his load shifted and the semi blew a tire, state patrol said. The semi and two trailers rolled and skidded into the jersey barrier, blocking the road.Hust was uninjured after the crash and was cited for speeding, failure to secure a load and defective tires, state patrol said.“It was a big mess,” said Trooper Ryan Tanner, state patrol spokesman. He was not on scene, but has seen a few similar crashes on that stretch of road.Westbound traffic was temporarily diverted off Highway 14 onto Salmon Falls Road, Tanner said. Crews were able to flag traffic through on Highway 14 after about 30 minutes.last_img read more

Historic cabin in Gifford Pinchot forest burns

first_img Columbian outdoor writer Allen Thomas described a winter visit to the guard station in 2007. Click here to read it.Fire on Monday night destroyed the historic Peterson Prairie Guard Station, northwest of Trout Lake on the Gifford Pinchot National Forest.Built in 1926, the rental cabin in the Mount Adams Ranger District was popular with hikers, cross-country skiers, snowshoers and huckleberry pickers.“We were all shocked when we heard this morning,” said Ken Sandusky of the national forest. He said his colleagues were “deeply saddened by its loss.”Sandusky said a renter had been in the cabin days earlier and the fire is thought to have started in the chimney.“As one of the two rental cabins in the forest, it represents a big loss to the Gifford Pinchot forest, not only for its recreation value but for its historic value, as well,” Sandusky said Tuesday night.He said the cabin is so old the forest was called Columbia National Forest when it was built. In 1949, the national forest was renamed for Gifford Pinchot, the first chief of the Forest Service.In 2007, Columbian Outdoors Editor Allen Thomas wrote, “Winter is a great time to rent the cabin to enjoy a double dose of solitude and scenery. … The guard station has a bedroom, small kitchen and living room.” Peterson Prairie Guard Station, built in 1926, burned down Monday night. It was a rental cabin in the Mount Adams Ranger District of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest.last_img read more

Banking on wetlands

first_imgColumbia River Wetland Mitigation BankSize: 154 acres.Location: Northwest Lower River Road, Vancouver.Property owner: Port of Vancouver.n Status: Approved and operational.East Fork Lewis Wetland Mitigation Bankn Size: 113 acres.Location: North Clark County, near Fargher Lake area.Property owner: Private landowners.n Status: Approved, not yet operational.Battle Ground Mitigation ProjectSize: 60 acres.Location: Southwest 20th Avenue/Northeast 112th Avenue, Battle Ground.Property owner: City of Battle Ground.n Status: Construction complete, accepting mitigation applicants.Sources: Washington State Department of Ecology, Habitat Banc NWWhen Woodland Public Schools made plans for a new high school in the city’s north end, it ran into a hurdle that many builders know well.There were wetlands on the site, and no getting around them.It’s a dilemma that can send any large project on a tricky path. For developers, it often means navigating a complicated regulatory maze and then building and maintaining man-made wetlands nearby. The idea is to make up for natural habitat that’s buried or destroyed by construction, following state and federal rules.The process is known as wetland mitigation. It’s unfamiliar territory for most school districts.So Woodland looked elsewhere for help — about 25 miles to the south. The district reserved credits from the Columbia River Wetland Mitigation Bank, essentially planning to buy a piece of a ready-made wetland project already established near the Port of Vancouver. Woodland Superintendent Michael Green called the option “a win-win for everybody involved.”“It really takes creation of the wetlands off of our plate,” Green said.Wetland banks are still a relatively new concept in Clark County. But they’re gaining favor among state regulators, builders and public agencies as new projects continue to encroach on sensitive natural areas. Victor Woodward, whose company built and maintains the Columbia River bank, expects that to happen more often as Southwest Washington continues to grow and develop. That’s what made the region a prime candidate for a wetland bank in the first place, he said.“Everywhere you turned, there were wetlands,” Woodward said. “Everything was just sort of stuck.”Builders like wetland banks for the added flexibility they offer new projects. State ecology officials like them for their natural benefit, often showing more success than a smaller wetland squeezed into a construction site somewhere. The result marks only the latest shift in the evolution of mitigation efforts in Clark County over the years.last_img read more

UPDATE Revised transportation revenue plan keeps 450 million for CRC

first_imgHouse Democrats today proposed a scaled-back version of the transportation tax package they unveiled earlier this session. The new version still includes $450 million for the Columbia River Crossing.The transportation revenue package is separate from the House and Senate bare-bones transportation budgets that were released recently. Those budgets included some additional planning money for the CRC, but no new construction money for the project.In contrast, the revised House transportation revenue plan would raise about $8.4 billion in 12 years through an increased gas tax, a commercial vehicle weight fee, a $5 vehicle registration fee and other fees. A 10-cent per gallon gas tax hike would phase in slowly, with a portion of the tax increase kicking in every two years. The first increase would be 5 cents, followed by two 2-cent increases, then an additional 1 cent increase. The first version of the tax package would have raised $9.8 billion in 10 years, and it also would have imposed taxes on hazardous substances and bicycle purchases. Those taxes are removed in the new version.In addition to funding the CRC, the revised transportation tax proposal would give $1.27 billion to the Puget Sound Gateway Project (which improves state Highways 167 and 509), $675 million to widen Interstate 405 between Renton and Lynnwood, and $420 million for the North Spokane Corridor project.last_img read more

Emergency personnel Prepare for wild fires before they happen

first_imgWith an impending fire season, emergency personnel is asking residents to be proactive in defending their property from wild fires. The Washington Southwest Region Incident Management Team, made up of 33 members from 14 jurisdictions, met in Fern Prairie today to prepare for wildfires, which are expected to be very active this year. There will be no live fire, but the team staged at the East County Fire and Rescue Station 91 to work on a wild fire scenario in the area surrounding the Springbrook Village housing development in east Clark County.Citizens are encouraged to contact their local fire agency for preparation tips and more information.last_img read more

Vancouver Farmers Market seeks new board members

first_imgTwo non-vendor, community positions are expected to open in the Vancouver Farmers Market board of directors in December.The positions are three-year terms and will work to craft a vision and long-term plan for the Farmers Market, according to executive director Jordan Boldt.If you are interested, contact Boldt by Nov. 6 at director@vancouverfarmersmarket.com to discuss the positions and to schedule a meeting with the nomination committee.The Farmers Market has scheduled its annual General Membership Meeting for 6-8 p.m., Nov. 21, the Water Resource Education Center, 4600 SE Columbia Way. Board members will be elected at the meeting.last_img read more

Cracked Columbia River dam not anchored in bedrock

first_imgBEVERLY — Repairing Wanapum Dam will likely require anchoring the entire spillway to bedrock, not just one section where a crack was discovered, a utility official said.The $61 million repair estimate includes the cost of installing anchors on each of the spillway’s 12 monoliths or massive concrete sections, Grant County Public Utility District chief financial officer Kevin Nordt said Tuesday.Engineers have said when the Columbia River dam was built in the early 1960s, designers believed its mass alone would be enough to hold it in place, The Wenatchee World reported.The reason for the 65-foot crack has not been officially determined, but officials have suggested it could have been caused by water pressure. The reservoir was lowered after the crack was discovered Feb. 27 at the dam, which is just south of the Interstate 90 bridge near Vantage.The utility is working with federal dam authorities, state agencies, tribes and a panel of independent experts to study the damage and plan repairs.last_img read more

CenturyLink expanding its services in Clark County

first_imgVancouver and Clark County had a low profile in CenturyLink’s Tuesday announcement that the company is expanding its gigabit service in Portland. But a top company official said Wednesday that the company is also aggressively expanding its ultra-fast Internet service on this side of the Columbia River.Chris Denzin, CenturyLink’s general manager for the Portland-Vancouver area, told The Columbian that the service is already widely used by large businesses and government agencies and is now increasingly available to small and midsized Clark County businesses. He noted that CenturyLink is installing gigabit services in new housing developments, including the Erickson Farms subdivision in Felida and the Prestige Plaza apartments in downtown Vancouver.The ongoing business expansion will broaden CenturyLink’s business offerings beyond large users into smaller professional users, strip malls, and small and emerging businesses. “Not every business will have access to our service, but thousands of businesses can call today and have access today,” Denzin said. He said companies can find out if the service is availably simply by calling CenturyLink.Typical residential users in Clark County will have to wait longer for gigabit service. But Denzin emphasized that high-speed fiber service, at speeds still fast but less than a gigabit, is increasingly available in Clark County neighborhoods.“We’ve had to dig up the streets around Vancouver and digging up throughout the region,” he said of the fiber cable service expansion. “Vancouver is pretty well covered.”last_img read more

Hotels sprouting in east Vancouver

first_imgConstruction is expected to wrap up this summer on a new Candlewood Suites hotel on 192nd Avenue in east Vancouver. Over the next two years, hundreds of new hotel rooms will be added to Clark County. Construction is quickly moving along at a new Candlewood Suites in east Vancouver, one of several new hotels that will add hundreds more rooms to the city in the next two years.Crews broke ground on the hotel at the corner of 192nd Avenue and 20th Street in 2014, aiming to wrap things up this summer. Just a short drive away on Mill Plain Boulevard, construction is also ready to take off on a new TownePlace Suites by Marriott. Meanwhile, plans are also in the works for a 10 story hotel on Vancouver’s waterfront and a new Red Lion hotel as part of a larger project to redevelop Terminal 1, where the Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay stands today. Construction on the 10-story hotel is projected to begin this year. Altogether, the developments reflect positive trends for Clark County hotels over the past year, said Jacob Schmidt, a spokesman for the Vancouver USA Regional Tourism Office. In 2014, the county’s hotel occupancy rate climbed to 70.2 percent, a roughly 5 percent increase from 2013 that outstrips the current statewide occupancy rate by nearly two percent. “Clark County hotels have seen an increased demand as the area’s economy has recovered,” Schmidt said in an email to The Columbian. “In 2013, visitor spending to Clark County increased by 5.1 percent, outpacing counties of similar population sizes such as Spokane County, which posted a visitor spending percentage increase of 1.7 percent over the same time period.”last_img read more

Germanys Hossein Ensan wins 2019 WSOP Main Event

first_imgGerman poker pro Hossein Ensan has won the 2019 World Series of Poker and its US$10 million first prize after outlasting a massive field of 8,569 at the Rio in Las Vegas.The 55-year-old, who entered the final table as a dominant chip leader and maintained his lead for all but a few brief moments on the last day, edged out Italy’s Dario Sammartino heads-up to secure his place in history as winner of the 50th Anniversary Main Event. Sammartino pocketed a tidy US$6 million for his efforts. VIP, slots growth at Tigre de Cristal sees Summit Ascent profits soar in 1H19 RelatedPosts Macau GGR tumbles 8.6% in August Genting Malaysia enjoys improved 2Q19 showing on better luck at Resorts World Genting Load More Ensan’s success saw him become the oldest player in 20 years to win the world’s most prestigious poker tournament – a performance made even more memorable by the fact that this year’s Main Event was the second biggest of all time, behind only the 8,773 entrants who took part in 2006.It took 13 straight days of play to whittle down the monster field and determine this year’s champion, completing a record breaking series in which 187,298 players competed across 89 events, with a total of over US$293 million in prize money awarded.last_img read more

Makinohara City in Shizuoka pulls out of Japans IR race

first_imgMakinohara City in Shizuoka Prefecture has announced it will no longer be pursuing an IR bid. The city was hoping to cooperate with Shizuoka Prefecture in investment impact research and formulating an IR Basic Plan, but according to the Nikkei was unable to achieve the consensus of the local area and therefore did not proceed with the required basic research.The city held briefings in March and April where it received feedback from residents that they wanted to see the “specific advantages and disadvantages” of developing an IR. The city had subsequently hoped to encourage consensus building with residents by demonstrating these factors after conducting the basic research.Bidding for an IR was advocated by a committee comprising members of local business organizations. The city had originally announced its intention to pursue an IR bid in January 2019.last_img read more

Stephenson Harwood reports a 247 mean gender pay gap

first_imgLaw firm Stephenson Harwood has reported a 24.7% mean gender pay gap for fixed hourly pay as at 5 April 2017.The organisation has reported its gender pay gap data in line with the government’s gender pay gap reporting regulations and ahead of the private sector submission deadline of 4 April 2018.The gender pay gap reporting regulations require organisations with 250 or more employees to publish the difference between both the mean and median hourly rate of pay for male and female full-time employees; the difference between both the mean bonus pay and median bonus pay for male and female employees; the proportions of male and female employees who were awarded bonus pay; and the proportions of male and female full-time employees in the lower, lower middle, upper middle and upper quartile pay bands.Stephenson Harwood’s median gender pay gap for fixed hourly pay as at 5 April 2017 is 39.8%.Its mean gender pay gap for bonuses paid in the year to 5 April 2017 is 48.2%, and the median gender pay gap for bonus payments is 62.4%. Over this period, 30.1% of female employees received a bonus payment compared to 40.1% of male employees.Less than half (45%) of employees in the highest pay quartile at Stephenson Harwood are female, compared to 51% in the second quartile, 66% in the third quartile and 77% in the lowest pay quartile.Stephenson Harwood attributes its gender pay gap to the distribution of women and men within different types of roles across the business. For example, 21% of female employees at Stephenson Harwood work in lower-paid secretarial roles. However, the firm’s analysis also shows a more balanced gender split in its upper and middle pay quartiles, with its mean gender pay gap reducing to 4.1% if only fee earning roles are considered. The median gender pay gap for fee earning positions is 0%.To address its gender pay gap, Stephenson Harwood is maintaining its focus on inclusive career progression. This includes promoting its female career progression programme and She Networks, which hosts educational and networking events, continuing its agile working policy and encouraging unconscious bias awareness training. The law firm has also introduced a parental partners programme, which uses a group of partners as rolemodels to provide support and guidance before, during and after maternity and parental leave.These measures also form part of the law firm’s commitment to people, which is one of its three key pillars that was introduced in 2017 as part of Stephenson Harwood’s five-year strategy.Sharon White, chief executive officer at Stephenson Harwood, said: “Realising the potential of all our talented people is fundamental to our continued success. Supporting everyone’s performance, development and progression, regardless of gender, is a key priority for us.”last_img read more

GatenbySanderson trains mental health first aiders to support staff wellbeing

first_imgExecutive search organisation GatenbySanderson has trained 10 of its 140 employees to be mental health first aiders.The training was completed on 10 and 11 July 2019 in partnership with mental health charity Mind. The programme aimed to equip staff to spot the early warning signs of deteriorating mental health, understand the importance of early intervention in these cases and know how to respond to crisis points, such as panic attacks or the intention to self-harm or commit suicide.The introduction of mental health first aid training aligns with the organisation’s wider aims to embed the principles of good mental health within the business and create a more inclusive work environment that actively supports employees’ mental wellbeing.This is a particular business concern because of the high-stress industry that GatenbySanderson operates in; with offices across Birmingham, Leeds and London, the organisation supports the recruitment and development of boards and leaders within public service organisations.Other actions GatenbySanderson is taking to promote and create an inclusive workplace include establishing a diversity and inclusion working group to review internal processes, running an insight programme to help build a pipeline of diverse talent, conducting a recruitment campaign to attract talent from different social, economic and education backgrounds, reviewing its approach to flexible working and setting up a Your Voice working group, to capture employee feedback on diversity and inclusion across the business.GatenbySanderson has also adopted the Mental Health Foundation (MHF) as its chosen charity for fundraising efforts.Sam Ellis (pictured), board director and mental health first aider, said: “We have made a commitment to work together as a group to introduce initiatives across the business and keep sharing knowledge to develop our learning beyond the course.“Our newly formed group of mental health first aiders are equipped to provide support to any [employee] that experiences emotional distress or mental health issues. They will provide a non-judgemental ear, support [staff] in accessing ongoing emotional support and help them engage with self-help strategies.”last_img read more

FLL MIA flights back on schedule after power outage caused ground stop

first_imgFORT LAUDERDALE-HOLLYWOOD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, FLA. (WSVN) – Airplanes have begun to take-off after a power outage temporarily grounded flights out of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International and Miami International Airport, Thursday afternoon.The FAA issued the ground stop due to a power problem at the Miami Terminal Radar Approach Control center. According to an FAA official, the Miami Air Route Traffic Control Center took over the airspace normally handled by the TRACON and is safely handling flights that are in the airspace. Flying in or out of a South Florida airport (MIA/FLL) today? You’re gonna have a bad time due to an FAA power outage pic.twitter.com/84MxHS2EcV— Jason Rabinowitz (@AirlineFlyer) August 25, 2016At around 11:45 a.m., NYC Aviation tweeted that flights were ground stopped until at least 12:45 p.m. “due to a power outage at Miami Approach.”Besides the two major airports in South Florida, there are others being affected by the tower outage, such as Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport and North Perry Airport.The power outage delayed all arriving and departing flights. More than a dozen in-air flights were diverted to other airports. For a full list of affected airports, visit the Federal Aviation Administration’s official website.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

Prospecting Upsells with Behavioral Analytics

first_imgThis post is republished with permission and originally appears here.  In paid content, one of the challenges for corporate sales is finding demand for content that can be monetized – finding a good lead. Our research shows one of the best sources for leads is within existing individual subscribers where several individuals are sharing the access to the paid content. The charts below show a typical example of how to identify an individual subscriber that is a lead for an up-sell to a corporate or group agreement.The first chart shows the daily use profile for two different individual subscribers by graphing the total number of reports accessed over a 90-day period. Each daily use profile is color coded based on the unique devices used to access the reports. The daily use profile with just the blue color shows how one subscriber’s account accessed reports via a single device. The daily use profile with multiple colors shows how the other subscriber’s account accessed reports via five devices (each color representing a distinct device). Whereas the daily use profile with one color represents a loyal subscriber, the daily use profile with five colors is a prospect for an up-sell because of unmonetized demand of multiple users sharing one subscriber’s account. But how can you be sure the multi-color profile isn’t simply a raving fan?The number two is a good start. In the hourly use profile for each account, the shared account has twice as many active hours as the individual account. Additionally, some devices are active earlier than other devices (e.g., purple vs. orange) but overlap on their activity which means they are used in different time zones. Also, note the individual account profile shows inactivity for lunch in the middle of the day. There are no low activity hours for the shared account rather it peaks at the periods of most overlap between devices.Looking at the quarterly use profile, it becomes clear that each of the shared account devices were active throughout the period. Unlike the individual account which had ten inactive work-days during the period, the shared account had no inactive days.  Digging deeper into the quarterly profile, the shared account consumes three times the content as compared to the individual account.The ImplicationThe shared account exhibits usage profiles with monetizable demand for content. Corporate sales has a number of avenues to pursue the lead either directly, through procurement, or even through compliance. Properly engaged, this lead will convert with high probability.last_img read more

Fresh Off a Print Relaunch ALIVE Reveals Ambitious Expansion

first_img Last week’s announcement that Emmis Communications was offloading its print assets heralded a troubling trend in the regional magazine space of investors fleeing for safer bets in digital media.  This article was updated on Tuesday, August 30th at 12:13pm. “Eventually,” adds Tucker, “We’d like to be in every major market across the U.S., providing a perspective from the middle of America.” In a regional magazine space challenged by diminishing print revenues, one lifestyle publisher is bucking the trend. According to Tucker, not only has the ALIVE’s overall audience — including an influx of print subscribers — doubled since last year, but ad rates have increased 30 percent, indicating that advertisers are just as willing to pay for the higher quality print product as readers. “We have had our sights on expanding our concept into additional markets, but we wanted to see how the St. Louis audience responded first,” Tucker tells Folio:. “Once we saw an overwhelmingly positive response around the rebrand, we had the validation we needed to expand into other markets.” According to ALIVE co-founder and publisher Elizabeth Tucker, the move is an affirmation of the print rebrand and the enduring vitality of a high-quality regional magazine that can serve its community with integrity.  In March, ALIVE Media Group announced the bold step of reinvesting in its print product, reducing frequency but increasing quality, converting to a bookazine format and instituing a paid subscription model. Now, the company is doubling down on that investment, revealing plans to expand distribution beyond Missouri to seven additional markets throughout the Midwest. In selecting the new markets for expansion, Tucker says ALIVE valued cities in the middle of America with growing communities of 28-to-58 year-olds who are interested in design and culture. But the brand’s ambitions don’t end there. “Over the last few years we’ve seen the middle of America give birth to important movements and work in arts, culture, music, style and activism,” adds ALIVE editor-in-chief, Attilio D’Agostino. “We felt it was time for an elevated publication to honor these makers, artists, creators, activists and communities — to connect them to each other and show their energy and creativity to the world.” Another key to ALIVE’s extra-regional growth, says Tucker, is continuing to expand the company’s brand strategy agency, which launched in 2014 and has since doubled its revenues year-over-year. This year, St. Louis Fashion Week, which ALIVE launched in 2006 and ALIVE Agency now produces, is expanding into a full, ten-week fashion season. Late last year, the company launched EQ, a quarterly magazine focused on the St. Louis tech start-up scene, which has since been spun off as a separate entity. For a brand that relies heavily on an intimate knowledge of its local community and the sensibilities of its residents, expanding into new and unfamiliar markets may present a daunting challenge. To that end, ALIVE has enlisted influencers who already have deep ties to each of the local communities targeted for expansion. Beginning in 2017, ALIVE will attempt to bring the authoritative fashion, design, art, and culture voice it’s spent the last 14 years cultivating in St. Louis to communities in Cincinnati, Detroit, Indianapolis, Louisville, Minneapolis, Nashville, and Omaha. The growth doesn’t stop there. Just last week, ALIVE relaunched its website, ALIVEmag.com, complete with mobile optimization and a revamped user experience that allows readers to navigate from story to story through a variety of tags based on topics or even moods.  “We started the expansion six months ago by launching stories in select markets that are tied to important influencers,” Tucker continues. We look forward to expanding our relationships with key influencers in each market, meeting new and interesting artists and makers, learning about the entrepreneurs and small businesses that make each community tick and telling the stories of art, culture, style, and civic progress.”last_img read more

Shaky Beats Fest 2019 Martin Garrix And Rufus Du Sol To Headline

first_img Twitter Shaky Beats Fest 2019 Lineup Announced shaky-beats-fest-2019-martin-garrix-and-rufus-du-sol-headline News Email Shaky Beats Fest 2019: Martin Garrix And Rufus Du Sol To Headline center_img Facebook San Holo and Fisher Big Gigantic are among other acts bringing the beats to the two-day festival happening May 10–11Jennifer VelezGRAMMYs Jan 9, 2019 – 12:21 pm Shaky Beats Fest has brought EDM, indie and hip-hop artists to Atlanta since 2016, and now, for its 2019 edition, the festival has announced that powerhouse DJs Martin Garrix and Rüfüs Du Sol will headline.  San Holo, Fisher Big Gigantic, Ekali and Boogie T are among the other acts bringing the beats to the two-day festival, happening May 10–11. The fest will return to Central Park, its 2018 location.   The beats festival makes a point to highlight some of Atlanta’s own artists; local acts include Mantis, Eddie Gold, Movin’ Keyz, DJ Zoe Gray, and Airwolf.In October, San Holo spoke with the Recording Academy about fan energy at his live shows, including festivals:”Honestly, sometimes people [are] at the show and they are just standing there, listening, and I first start to think “Oh, they’re bored” or something, or like, I should be more energetic, I have to jump around, but I still have to realize [that there are some] people that really don’t, they just listen, might actually be the biggest [kind of] music fans there are [at] festivals. They just stand there in the back, just listening and I really appreciate those people because they don’t care if I really scream, “One, two, three, jump,” or something, they don’t care about that stuff. They just want to hear me play guitar and like do my thing. But, honestly, actually, everyone at the shows … whatever you want to do, if you want to jump that’s fine, if you want to dance around that’s fine, if you want to do nothing that’s fine, as long as you feel something.”For more information, visit the festival site here.Coachella 2019 Lineup Revealed With Extended YouTube Live-Stream Partnershiplast_img read more

NOW HIRING 10 New Job Openings In Wilmington

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below are some of the newest job openings in Wilmington:Full-Time Project Manager at SOVOS ComplianceFull-Time Customer Successor Advisor at SOVOS ComplianceFull-Time Customer Marketing Manager at SOVOS ComplianceFull-Time Certified Preschool Teacher at Little SproutsFull-Time IT Business Analyst at World Travel HoldingsFull-Time Customer Service/Insurance Representatives at Serur AgenciesFull-Time Drivers at West Springfield Auto PartsFull-Time SW Test Engineer at Randstad TechnologiesFull-Time Field Service Technician at Industrial Protection ProductsFull-Time Senior Manufacturing Engineer at MKS Instruments(NOTE: Wilmington businesses — Feel free to send me your job postings at wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedNOW HIRING: 10 New Job Openings In WilmingtonIn “Business”NOW HIRING: 10 New Job Openings In WilmingtonIn “Business”NOW HIRING: 50 New Job Openings In Wilmington (Week of April 21, 2019)In “Business”last_img read more