Last year, ODESZA brought their incredible electronic display to Red Rocks Amphitheatre, amazing fans with their production in both the visual and musical realms. By incorporating live instrumentation into their otherworldly compositions, ODESZA has captured the hearts of dance music purists across the world. Now, they’re coming back for another round of fun.The band has just revealed plans to perform at Red Rocks again, this time on May 27th, 2017. You can find the announcement video and more information about ticket sales in the embedded Facebook post below.To get a taste of what this event will be like, check out the band’s exciting wrap up video from Red Rocks 2016 below.
Father John Misty is a man of simple taste and robust opinion. Known for writing ballads relevant to the present moment, he shares his newest single “Ballad of the Dying Man” from Pure Comedy due out April 7. The new song explores the human relationship with social media, and how we are brought down by our obsessive tendencies. “Eventually the dying man takes his dying breath/ But first checks his news feed to see what he’s ’bout to miss,” he sings.The lyrics read: “So says the dying man, ‘Once I’m in the box, just think of all the overrated hacks running amok/ All the pretentious, ignorant voices that will go unchecked/ The homophobes, hipsters and one-percent.’” Listen to the new track below:Listen to “Two Wildly Different Perspectives” from earlier this week: read more
36 Views no discussions Tweet LifestyleRelationships Can Separate Vacations Be GOOD For Your Relationship? by: – August 12, 2011 Sharing is caring! Share Share Share Question: Dear Dr Greer, is it bad if me and my husband take separate vacations?Answer: It’s ok to take separate vacations as long as it isn’t something you are doing in anger or resentment. Lots of times couples just have different preferences and pleasures when it comes to fun and relaxing.One person’s ideal vacation is lying on the beach all day , reading a book and just soaking up the sun. Their partner, on the other hand, loves traveling to new places, checking out all the different foods and sightseeing. Paradise for one is a prison sentence to the other.If you like to go to new places but your partner loves to go to the same island each trip, you love to play tennis in a warm sunny climate and he loves to ski in the cold, you like to sleep in and get up whenever you feel like it and he likes to wake up with the sunrise and get a jump on a day of activity…. it may be time to consider doing your own thing.When you have these kind of differences, it can be like the gap in the Grand Canyon and lead to constant arguing. In these cases, separate vacations can be the ideal answer.They allow each person to truly look forward to and enjoy their passion without imposing it on their partner who, if they really don’t want to be there, can actually be a fun spoiler.While compromising is always a great way to go, sometimes to really have the vacation you desire, the best option is to go your separate ways and then reunite to share all the interesting highlights with one another.Who knows, the recap may sound so appealing that each of you may be more inclined to give each other’s “vacation” a try next time round.GalTime read more
“Existing stocks might be releasedfirst since our target is to zero-out the stocks subject to reconditioningbefore issuing to ensure good quality,” he said. (With a report from PNA/PN) Under the joint agreement, 4Psbeneficiaries will be provided with rice which costs P30 per kilo. According to Canoy, should the millingof the procured palay (unhusked rice)will not be in full swing yet, NFA’s existing import buffer stocks can beutilized for the 4Ps requirement. Under the program, the NFA will supply20 kilograms of “quality” rice to all 4Ps beneficiaries in Negros Occidentalevery month, which translates to a monthly requirement of 47,350 bags or almost2.4 million kilograms. The program is expected to start thismonth, but NFA-Negros Occidental has yet to receive the final guidelines ondistribution, storage, among others. “Local farmers will be encouraged toplant and sell their produce to the NFA because there’s already a buyer,” headded. NFA provincial manager Frisco Canoysaid they would need almost 2.4 million kilograms of rice to meet therequirement of 4Ps beneficiaries in the province.“We’re just waiting for the guidelines from the central office so we canstart supplying the 4Ps beneficiaries,” Canoy added. The distribution of actual rice instead of cash for the rice subsidycomponent of the program is a collaboration among the Department of SocialWelfare and Development (DSWD), Department of Agriculture (DA), and NFA. During the implementation, the P600 monthlyrice subsidy for each 4Ps beneficiary will be downloaded to the NFA and will nolonger be included in the cash transfer through the bank’s automated tellermachine. In southern city of Kabankalan, forinstance, there is no available warehouse that can accommodate its requirementof about 3,000 bags. Canoy said storage can be a problemgiven such a huge volume of rice needed. Western Visayas is one of the sixpilot-regions of the program. BACOLOD City – The National Food Authority (NFA) will soon startsupplying rice to over 118,376 beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang PilipinoProgram (4Ps) in Negros Occidental. He further said that local governmentunits can also establish warehouses. “The market retail price of NFA riceis only P27 per kilogram so the excess might cover the delivery and storagecosts although we don’t know yet,” Canoy said. ABS-CBN NEWS NFA might hire job order workerssince, Canoy added, saying the agency has no logistical and employee componentfor the new program. Canoy said the program will help ricefarmers as it will provide a sure market for their produce. read more
Nate Jones won a second straight IMCA Modified feature Friday at Tri-City Motor Speedway. (Photo by Amanda Scott)By Roger WilliamsAUBURN, Mich. (May 18) – Despite his 10th place start, Nate Jones was quickly in the lead and on his way to a second straight Main Street Seed and Supply IMCA Modified victory Friday at Tri-City Motor Speedway.Twenty-two Modified drivers took the green flag for their 20-lap main event with Don Sautter leading the opening laps. It only took IMCA rookie and former pro stock champion Jones three laps to go from 10th to the lead.Once there, he checked out from the field as everyone else would fight for second. A late caution bunch the field for one last shot for hard-charging Chad Wernette to snatch away the lead and possibly the win. However, Wernette’s bid fell short as Jones picked up his second win in a row by two car lengths.Craig Vance had a stellar run marching from 13th to third. Toby Steele and Matt Szecsodi rounded out the top five.A regular season record of 129 cars poured into the pits Friday at Auburn. read more
Rachel A. Hedinger, 31, of Greensburg, passed away Saturday, May 2, 2020. Rachel was born October 11, 1988, in Greensburg, IN., to Tim Hedinger and Kelly Mills Anderson. Rachel was a 2007 graduate of Greensburg High School. She is survived by her father, Tim (Becky) Hedinger, of Greensburg; mother, Kelly (Frank) Anderson, of Knightstown, IN; sons, Phoenix, Boone, and Rhett; brothers, Patrick Hedinger, James Anderson; sisters, Staci Wynn, Khari (Terry, Jr) Hulen, and Skye Anderson. Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home in Greensburg has been entrusted with the arrangements. Online condolences can be made to the family at www.popfuneralhome.com read more