Watch Bob Weir Join Jackie Greene For Sweetwater Music Hall Celebration

first_imgLast night marked a performance from Jackie Greene, who set up shop at the Sweetwater Music Hall in Mill Valley, CA. The guitar slinger delighted with songs from his newest release, before welcoming an old friend to the stage: Bob Weir.The Grateful Dead guitarist made his appearance as part of a birthday party celebration, sticking around to perform a handful of songs for the crowd. He joined in for a cover of the Temptations’ “Standing On Shaky Ground,” which you can watch below, courtesy of Adrienna Monique:Weir stayed on for “Digging A Hole” and “Sugaree,” as well as an encore version of “West L.A. Fadeaway.” Alex Nelson also joined in the fun, only adding to the magic.Here’s “Sugaree,” via Matthew Kann:Check out the full setlist below:Setlist: Jackie Greene Band at Sweetwater Music Hall, Mill Valley, CA – 3/21/16Set: The King Is Dead, I’m So Gone, Farewell So Long Goodbye, A Moment Of Temporary Color, Spooky Tina, Mexican Girl, Light Up Your Window, When You’re Walking Away, By The Side Of The Road, Shaken, So Hard To Find My Way, Standing On Shaky Ground*, Digging A Hole*, Sugaree*Encore: West L.A. Fadeaway** – w/ Bob Weir & Alex Nelsonlast_img read more

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Comments requested on senior judges seeking service renewal

first_img March 15, 2006 Regular News Comments requested on senior judges seeking service renewal The following senior judges’ current service will expire on September 30 and they are seeking service renewal. Any persons having knowledge bearing upon the fitness or qualifications of any of the senior judges on this list to continue service as a senior judge should send written comments to Thomas D. Hall, Clerk, Florida Supreme Court, 500 South Duval Street, Tallahassee 32399, or by e-mail at [email protected], or by telephone to the chair of the appropriate review board as noted on or before April 15. Supreme Court Justices (Chief Justice Barbara J. Pariente, chair, (850) 488-8421): James E. Alderman and Ben F. Overton. Review Board One (Judge Charles Kahn, chair, (850) 487-1000, ext. 170):Russell A. Cole, Jr., Thomas R. Ellinor, Erwin Fleet, Marvin H. Gillman, R. A. Green, Jr., Mattox S. Hair, James L. Harrison, Richard L. Hood, L. Arthur Lawrence, Jr., Michael D. Miller, George H. Pierce, John D. Southwood, and Joseph Q. Tarbuck. Review Board Two (Judge Chris Altenbernd, chair, (813) 272-3430):Horace A. Andrews, Robert E. Beach, E. Randolph Bentley, William L Blackwell, Fred L. Bryson, Charles T. Carlton, Stephen L. Dakan, Paul W. Danahy, Jr., Daniel E. Gallagher, Thomas M. Gallen, John M. Gilbert, Roland Gonzalez, Oliver L. Green, Jr., Helen S. Hansel, William L. Hendry, William Clayton Johnson, Elvin L. Martinez, Robert F. Michael, Jr., Cecelia M. Moore, Jack R. Schoonover, Radford W. Smith, Ralph Steinberg, J. Tim Strickland, Kirby Sullivan, Edward F. Threadgill, David Seth Walker, and John D. Wessel. Review Board Three (Judge Gerald Cope, Jr., chair, (305) 229-3200):Jack Block, Eli Breger, Thomas M. Carney, Phillip Cook, Robert M. Deehl, John W. Dell, Charles D. Edelstein, Richard Y. Feder, Seymour Gelber, William E. Gladstone, Edward S. Klein, Gerald J. Klein, Richard V. Margolius, Joseph Nesbitt, Gerard J. O’Brien, Jr., Thomas K. Petersen, Leonard Rivkind, Stephen D. Robinson, Michael H. Salmon, Alan R. Schwartz, Raphael Steinhardt, Herbert Stettin, and David L. Tobin. Review Board Four (Judge Fred Hazouri, (561) 242-2078):Richard B. Burk, David C. Clark, Patricia W. Cocalis, Walter N. Colbath, Jr., Robert O. Collins, J. Leonard Fleet, Robert J. Fogan, Howard H. Harrison, Jr., Bernard R. Jaffe, Barbara S. Levenson, Hubert R. Lindsey, Gerald Mager, James A. McCauley, James W. Midelis, John A. Miller, Estella M. Moriarty, W. Herbert Moriarty, Robert H. Newman, William C. Owen, Jr., Jerry Pollock, Deborah Dale Pucillo, Edward Rodgers, and C. Pfeiffer Trowbridge. Review Board Five (Judge Robert Pleus, chair, (386) 947-1500):John C. Adkins, John W. Booth, Warren H. Cobb, Ted P. Coleman, S. Joseph Davis, Jr., Murray Goldman, J. Lewis Hall, Jr., Wallace H. Hall, Charles M. Harris, Fredric M. Hitt, William C. Johnson, Jr., Lawrence V. Johnston, III, Frank N. Kaney, Robert P. Kaye, Robert E. Lee, Jr., Jere B. Lober, C. Vernon Mize, Jr., Melvin Orfinger, Earl W. Peterson, Jr., Frederick T. Pfeiffer, Rom W. Powell, Charles N. Prather, Edward J. Richardson, Dorothy J. Russell, Harry Stein, Richard O. Watson, Richard G. Weinberg, J. William Woodson, and Freddie J. Worthen. Comments requested on senior judges seeking service renewallast_img read more

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Chelsea vs West Ham TV channel, live stream, time, odds, team news and head-to-head

first_img23 Sep 2018 – West Ham 0-0 Chelsea – Premier League08 Apr 2018 – Chelsea 1-1 West Ham – Premier League09 Dec 2017 – West Ham 1-0 Chelsea – Premier League06 Mar 2017 – West Ham 1-2 Chelsea – Premier League26 Oct 2016 – West Ham 2-1 Chelsea – League Cup Comment West Ham’s Declan Rice made his England debut last month (Picture: Getty Images)When is Chelsea vs West Ham?AdvertisementAdvertisementThe match is on Monday 8 April with kick-off at 8pm at Stamford Bridge.What TV channel is Chelsea vs West Ham on and is there a live stream?Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League will be showing the game live with coverage starting at 7pm.Subscribers can stream the action on Sky Go or watch on the Sky Sports app.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityTeam newsMarcos Alonso, Pedro and Ruben Loftus-Cheek have all been struggling for fitness but should be available, at least from the bench.Willian, Ross Barkley and Gonzalo Higuain were all left out of the starting line-up on Wednesday against Brighton and could return.West Ham’s long term absentees – Andy Carroll, Andriy Yarmolenko, Carlos Sanchez, Winston Reid and Jack Wilshere all remain out – but Felipe Anderson and Marko Arnautovic should be available.What are the odds? (Courtesy of Betfair)3/10 Chelsea5/1 Draw10/1 West Ham Advertisement Head-to-head in last five meetings Chelsea vs West Ham TV channel, live stream, time, odds, team news and head-to-headcenter_img MORE: Alan Shearer snubs Man City as Premier League legend names his favourite to win Champions LeagueMORE: Manchester United told to prioritise Toby Alderweireld transfer over summer swoop for Barcelona’s Philippe Coutinho Phil HaighMonday 8 Apr 2019 8:22 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Chelsea are coming off back-to-back Premier League wins (Picture: Getty Images)Chelsea have the opportunity to go third in the Premier League on Monday night, if they can beat West Ham at Stamford Bridge.Maurizio Sarri’s side have won their last two league games and can leapfrog both Arsenal and Tottenham with three points against the Hammers.West Ham have been wildly inconsistent of late and will remain in the bottom half of the table whatever the result, where they are currently residing in 11th.The Blues have not beaten their London rivals in their last three meetings in the Premier League, with two draws and one victory for the east Londoners.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisementlast_img read more

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Green House Club seeking to build community centre of plastic bottles, tyres

first_imgThe Non Pareil Green House Club, a beneficiary of last year’s Youth Innovation Programme of Guyana (YIPoG), is hoping to secure financial grants for its idea of building a community centre almost entirely of plastic bottles and used tyres.Project Officer Romel Putulall on Friday told Guyana Times about the club’s vision.He said the club last year had received partial funding of $4 million from the Education Ministry, but the money is being used to install a fence and a washroom facility for security purposes.The Community Centre at Non Pareil under construction“We are hoping that for this year’s Youth Innovation Programme, we can bid for the remaining money to hopefully complete the building,” he advised.According to him, the overall projected expenditures run up to $9.5 million, but that is really a ‘cheap’ price, because many youths, primarily between the ages of seven and 15 years, have volunteered to lend a helping hand to see the project completed.He stressed that this project is not an ordinary idea, but is one which aligns with the vision of President David Granger.“It is also common (knowledge) everywhere that climate change is on the rise and global warming and environmental issues are becoming more popular in Guyana, like flooding and so on. So I think that we can show people one way to recycle, especially these plastic bottles which are a major pollutant. In our community, when there is a flood and we look at the trenches, the first thing we find is plastic bottles, so our aim is to show people that they can recycle these things to reduce the environmental issues that we are faced with, and even create an employment for young people, because through these initiatives they can do other crafts and sell their products,” Putulall explained.This is what the fence is expected to look like with the tyresHe told this publication that work on the project began in February of this year, since he received the financial grant for the initiative only in December 2017.The idea was birthed, he said, while he was sitting on his veranda thinking of all the environmental issues facing the community and county at large.“Seeing the community ground as a swamp every day, especially when it rains, had given me the drive to come up with this idea; and luckily, the Ministry of Education at that point (in) time had the funding available for the Youth Innovation Project. So I went ahead and wrote my proposal, formed a group and established a management committee, and submitted the proposal.”Putulall was keen to note that, upon receiving the funding, the group registered at the Guyana Revenue Authority, established a bank account, and employed three ‘trustees’ who manage the money so as to eliminate any possible financial misunderstandings.He reported that tyres are currently being used to erect the fence, which also includes four rows of blocks.Once completed, the ground will host a training centre for single parent mothers, unemployed early school leavers, and others, who would be taught to use discarded tyres and other materials to recycle and create items that can be sold at low cost, so as to earn an income.last_img read more

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