In 2017, Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds took time off from touring to focus on growth and family. The band’s charismatic powerhouse frontwoman, Arleigh Kincheloe, had a son in 2017, and the group elected to go on hiatus during the end of her pregnancy and through to 2018. With a smattering of triumphant return dates thus far this year, it seems as though Kincheloe is ready to return to the road once again.The acclaimed soul-rock songstress has just announced that she’ll be releasing a new album in the fall titled Gold. Due out on October 12th, the new album was produced and co-written in collaboration with Carter Matschullat at Brooklyn’s DØØM Studio. As noted in a press release, “the LP takes the classic Dirty Birds sound and turns it into something altogether new, a soul-blasted contemporary pop approach supremely suited for Kincheloe’s immense voice and even greater vision.”In support of this new studio effort, Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds will hit the road in the fall. The band’s Gold tour kicks off in the tail end of August, with dates in Athens, New York, and Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, on August 30th and 31st. In September, the band will perform Westport, Connecticut’s Blues, Views And BBQ on September 1st ahead of a three-night run that will see the band hit Fredericton, New Brunswick’s Harvest Jazz & Blues Fest; Portland, Maine’s Thompson’s Point with Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats; and Burlington, Vermont’s Grand Point North Festival from the 14th to 16th. Sister Sparrow and company close out the month with two New York performances in Syracuse on the 21st and East Aurora on the 22nd.Next up, the band will perform a Halloween show on October 31st at Chicago’s Lincoln Hall. The Chicago show will kick off a four-night run that will also see Sister Sparrow roll through Grand Rapids and Ferndale, Michigan, as well as Millvale, Pennsylvania. Dates in Hartford, Connecticut; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and Albany, New York follow, with the run spanning from October 8th through 10th. The October dates finish strong with a show on the 15th in Allston, Massachusetts, and the 29th in Washington, DC.To close out the upcoming Gold tour, Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds will play a limited number of shows in December. On the 1st, the band will hit New York City’s Irving Plaza before closing things off with the West Coast leg of their tour—the final two-date run will see the band perform at Los Angeles’ Teragram Ballroom on December 5th, followed up by San Francisco’s The Independent on the 6th. The band also notes that more dates are coming soon.For more information and ticketing, head to Sister Sparrow’s website here. Stay tuned for more information on the upcoming Gold album, as the debut single off the new record, “Ghost”, is due out on Friday, August 3rd.Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds 2018 Gold Tour:AUGUST30 – Athens, NY- Athens Summer Concert Series31 – Bethlehem, PA – Levitt Pavilion SteelstacksSEPTEMBER1 – Westport, CT – Blues, Views And BBQ14 – Fredericton, NB – Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival15 – Portland, ME – Thompson’s Point (w/ Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats)16 – Burlington, VT – Grand Point North Festival21 – Syracuse, NY – Westcott Theater22 – East Aurora, NY – Borderland Music and Arts FestivalOCTOBER31 – Chicago, IL – Lincoln HallNOVEMBER1 – Grand Rapids, MI – Founders Brewing Co.2 – Ferndale, MI – Otus Supply – Parliament Room3 – Millvale, PA – Mr. Small’s Theatre8 – Hartford, CT – Infinity Music Hall Hartford9 – Philadelphia, PA – Theatre Of Living Arts10 – Albany, NY – Swyer Theatre, Empire Center At The Egg15 – Allston, MA – Brighton Music Hall29 – Washington DC – 9:30 ClubDECEMBER1 – New York, NY – Irving Plaza5 – Los Angeles, CA – Teragram Ballroom6 – San Francisco, CA – The IndependentView All Tour Dates
View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on June 21, 2015 Mamma Mia! Tickets are now on sale to see screen star Amanda Seyfried make her off-Broadway debut in Neil LaBute’s The Way We Get By. Directed by Leigh Silverman and also starring Thomas Sadoski, the Second Stage production will begin previews on April 28 and play a limited engagement through June 14 at the Tony Kiser Theatre.The two-character play follows Beth and Doug, two people who wake up together following a drunken wedding reception they both attended. Forced to question how much they really know about each other and how much they care about what other people think, the pair face a very awkward encounter revolving around love, lust and the whole damn thing.The world premiere’s opening night is set for May 19. Related Shows The Way We Get By
View Comments Well, this is certainly one way to celebrate a Broadway opening. Something Rotten! star Heidi Blickenstaff tied the knot with Nicholas Rohlfing on April 23—the day after the musical comedy opened on the Great White Way. The two were wed in an intimate ceremony in their backyard.Blickenstaff, who plays Bea in the new musical comedy, has also appeared on Broadway in The Addams Family, [title of show], The Little Mermaid and The Full Monty. Rohlfing, who also started out as an actor and director, now owns an entertainment law firm.Congratulations to the newlyweds! We hope that between a backyard wedding and a Great White Way opening, you’re right in the middle of what you love with the craziest of company—having a kick-ass time. Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 1, 2017 Something Rotten! Related Shows
By Myriam Ortega/Diálogo March 30, 2017 The training was held in Colombia from February 3rd to 24th with the cooperation of U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM). Its achievements included addressing the training priorities of the Colombian Armed Forces, improving skills in different operations, and sharing best practices with highly qualified military staff from the United States. Some of the courses were taught at the air base of the Military Transport Air Command (CATAM, per its Spanish acronym), while others, including parachuting exercises, airdrops, and medical training took place at the Tolemaida Military Fort. The 24-member work team, which included technicians and logistical support, arrived in a U.S. Army Hercules C-130 aircraft. The group was coordinated by the Mobility Support Advisory Squadron (MSAS), which designed the program and organized the group comprising instructors from the squadron itself and from six squadrons from five U.S. bases. “The MSAS is a squadron that trains Central and South American countries. We maintain a relationship to support the requirements of SOUTHCOM and the U.S. Embassy,” Lieutenant Colonel Ángel “Mango” Santiago, MSAS-Colombia mission commander, told Diálogo. “Normally, the air forces request the type of support they need for each course from the embassy, and the embassy looks at what kinds of teams from the U.S. can do that mission.” Based on Colombia’s needs, a training program was designed that consists of five courses: C-130 Personnel and Airdrop Team, C-130 Medevac Operations, Medical Intelligence, C-130 Maintenance: Propeller Balancing, and Load Preparation: RAMZ (inflatable boats). A total of 92 students from the Colombian Air Force (FAC, per its Spanish acronym), and the Colombian Army attended each course in small groups. During the training program, they used the C-130 aircraft, which can take off and land in rough terrain and has a pressurized cargo hold that can quickly be adapted for passengers, stretchers or troop transport. “The fundamental goal is to improve the capacities of FAC in its tactical mobility platforms, especially [the] C-130 and its capacity to airdrop personnel and cargo,” Major Marcus J. Rodríguez, director of operations of the 571st MSAS Squadron, told Diálogo. The experience of sharing knowledge and joint exercises provides a chance to improve technical capabilities. “We also have this aircraft, as do 69 other countries around the world. So it is an international platform,” said Lt. Col. Santiago, who also pilots that type of plane. The students’ experience Since 2012, this type of training has been offered every six months, more or less, in either Colombia or the United States. This continuity strengthens bi-national bonds of cooperation between partner nations. Participants experienced different styles of training based on the method used and subjects covered. The mass evacuation course gave students the chance to do a drill simulating the transport of injured people at the Tolemaida air base. “We did the drill using a helicopter provided by the Colombian Army. Four wounded individuals were evacuated (…) and transferred immediately, with the engines running, from the helicopter to the U.S. Air Force’s C-130, as the operation would be done,” described participant First Class FAC Technician Boris Polanco, assigned to the Hospital Engineering Division of the Health Department. “That moment was an intense adrenaline rush.” Service Technician Leady Karolina Castro, operator at CATAM’s engine workshop, also attended the course. “This is the first time I’ve taken the propeller course. The Hercules is our mainstay and the propeller course we just took can be applied every day. It’s practically our bread and butter here at the base,” she said. Participants also showed interest in the theory sessions since the content and method were tailored to each group’s needs. “This course, [with] the explanations they gave us, and the hands-on implementation reinforces our experience at work and in the workshop,” added Pastor Ramos Dumar, a junior technician at CATAM’s engine workshop who participated in the training. These courses will help ensure a timely response in a broad range of operations, including responses to natural disasters, humanitarian aid operations, and military operations, which may involve interaction between members of the Colombian Special Forces, Army, Air Force, and Navy.
Thank you for tuning in to episode 84 of The CUInsight Experience podcast with your host, Randy Smith, co-founder of CUInsight.com. This episode is brought to you by our friends at PSCU. As the nation’s premier payments CUSO, PSCU proudly supports the success of more than 1,500 credit unions.The credit union industry is headed into an exciting period of innovation and digital transformation. As such, I’m chatting with Chuck Purvis, President and CEO of Coastal Credit Union in North Carolina, on this week’s episode about what credit unions can and should do to stay relevant, grow, and prosper in the coming years. Chuck and I also talk about the challenges he and his team at Coastal have had to overcome these last few months. During the episode, Chuck and I discuss shifts in member service and the long-term implications, as well as the need for credit unions to collaborate as an industry on new and innovative digital platforms. Chuck also shares what he feels needs to change to keep credit unions relevant from now on and how he’s grown as a leader through this crisis. In the leadership and life hacks portion of the show, Chuck and I talk about some of the leadership lessons he’s picked up along the way, as well as what he’s learned from a few of the setbacks. We discuss his path to Coastal, what it took to build a phenomenal executive team, and how the inspiration has changed over the years. He shares that “Git ‘er done” is his favorite saying, that leaders aren’t always the smartest people in the room, and that when he has a day off he loves to be at his lake house or on the water relaxing. We finish up with the rapid-fire questions and find out that Chuck wanted to be an architect when he was young. He also loves any song by Rascal Flatts. He also shares that spending quality time with his family at the lake house has become more important, while things, stuff, and trips have become less. Chuck shares some very insightful final thoughts that you don’t want to miss! Enjoy! Find the full show notes on cuinsight.comSubscribe on: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher Books mentioned on The CUInsight Experience podcast: Book List How to find Chuck:Chuck Purvis, President and CEO of Coastal Credit [email protected] | LinkedIn | Twitter | InstagramShow notes from this episode:A big shout-out to our friends at PSCU, an amazing sponsor of The CUInsight Experience podcast. Thank you! Check out all the outstanding work that Chuck and his team at Coastal Credit Union are doing here. Shout-out: CUNA Governmental Affairs ConferenceShout-out: CO-OP Financial ServiceLearn more about Constellation hereShout-out: US Central Credit UnionShout-out: Carolinas Credit Union LeagueShout-out: Raleigh, North CarolinaShout-out: Chuck’ wifeShout-out: Jill NowackiAlbum mentioned: Greatest Hits by Rascal FlattsShout-out: Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut CreekShout-out: Chuck’s sonShout-out: Elon MuskShout-out: Steve JobsShout-out: TeslaShout-out: The Boring CompanyShout-out: SpaceXPrevious guests mentioned in this episode: Jill Nowacki (episodes 4, 18, 37, 64 & 82)In This Episode:[02:17] – Welcome to the show, Chuck![03:50] – Chuck shares some things they had in place before the pandemic that has helped them during the crisis.[05:15] – What has been the biggest change your credit union has made?[07:35] – Chuck speaks about what they have in place to help their members.[08:49] – Listen, as Chuck discusses how he thinks the pandemic will change the way members do business with credit unions.[09:44] – Chuck shares whether they will keep the remote workers once the pandemic is under control.[11:20] – Chuck believes that it is hard to develop trust over a phone call.[12:45] – What do you think credit unions need to do to stay relevant to the disruption that is going on?[14:01] – Chuck speaks about how he has grown as a leader through this pandemic.[16:55] – Chuck shares what he will be most proud to have accomplished over the next year.[18:37] – What inspired you to take the gig with Coastal Credit Union?[21:47] – Chuck speaks about how the inspiration has changed with time on the job.[23:25] – Get er done is something Chuck’s team has heard him say repeatedly.[23:59] – Chuck shares that he came by the ability to make hard decisions naturally.[26:57] – Is there a myth about leaders you want to debunk?[28:06] – Chuck discusses some mistakes he made and mistakes he sees young leaders make.[31:28] – Listen as Chuck shares advice he was given early in his career.[32:52] – Chuck likes to be at the lake house if he has a day off.[34:59] – Chuck was shy and nerdy in high school, but he still got into a bit of trouble.[36:52] – When he was growing up, he wanted to be an architect.[39:37] – Chuck speaks about his daily routines.[40:44] – What is the best album of all time?[41:37] – Do you have a favorite book that you think everyone should read?[42:35] – Spending quality time with his family has become more important, and things and stuff have become less important.[44:01] – Elon Musk is the person who comes to mind when he hears the word success.[45:26] – Chuck shares some final thoughts.[46:36] – Thank you so much for being on the show! 28SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Randall Smith Randall Smith is the co-founder of CUInsight.com, the host of The CUInsight Experience podcast, and a bit of a wanderlust.As one of the co-founders of CUInsight.com he … Web: www.CUInsight.com Details
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Thanks to negotiations between Dubrovnik Airport and American Airlines, Croatia is once again directly connected to the United States through Dubrovnik Airport after 28 long years. And three times a week, until September 29, 2019. American Airlines Boeing 767-300 Last year, 20% more Americans visited Croatia than the year before, and the space for growth is large. And certainly one of the facts we must use is how the Republic of Dubrovnik was the first to recognize the United States. And we know how patriotic Americans are and connected to their flag and anthem. Philadelphia is the largest U.S. hub in the northeastern United States with over 420 daily flights to more than 120 destinations across the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean. Now it is as it says Dubrovnik Herald, American Airlines announced that it will introduce daily return flights between Philadelphia and Dubrovnik from June 1 next year.
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Linda Ryle 67 of Farmers Retreat passed away Monday April 2 at her home. Linda was born Tuesday April 25, 1950 at Bonnieblue, Virginia the daughter of Charles and Jewell (Chasteen) Huddleston. She married Lucian “Sonny” Ryle December 21, 1968 and he preceded her in death November 4, 2011. She had been employed as an assembly worker at Grote Industries at Madison. She was a member of Cedars of Lebanon Church at Dillsboro, and was active in the fellowship and women Bible studies at the church. She enjoyed her flowers, cooking, gardening, canning, her animals and her grandchildren. She enjoyed going to car shows with her husband, was a big NASCAR fan and also enjoyed fishing, and the fishing derby for the church.Linda is survived by her sons Tony and Tim (Kelly) Ryle both of Dillsboro, brothers James and Bobby Huddleston both of Bright and Chuck Huddleston of Versailles, and grandchildren Luke, Shawn and Miranda Ryle.Funeral services will be 2PM Friday April 6 at Cedars of Lebanon Church 11685 Station Hollow Road, Moores Hill near Dillsboro with Pastor Charles Hill officiating. Burial will follow in Oakdale Cemetery at Dillsboro. Visitation will be 3-7PM Thursday April 5 at the church. Memorials may be made in her memory to Cedars of Lebanon Fellowship. Filter-DeVries-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, Box 146 Dillsboro, In., 47018; (812)432-5480. Go to filterdevriesmoorefuneralhome to leave an online condolence message for the family.