Any Grateful Dead fan who has visited New Orleans Jazz Fest knows Voodoo Dead, the annual late night show that mixes New Orleans influences with Grateful Dead music. This year, an elite group of all-star musicians are taking Voodoo Dead to the Northeast as part of a four-night run that hits venues in Washington DC, New York, and the Philadelphia area.Last night began the tour with Steve Kimock and Jackie Greene on guitars, Oteil Burbridge on bass, Jeff Chimenti on keys and Wally Ingram on the drums at The Hamilton in Washington, D.C. NOLA guitarist/vocalist Papa Mali was also on deck to sit in on a few favorites.Thanks to taper Alex Leary, you can listen to the full show below:Furthermore, YouTube user Tom Libera was on site to record some video.Big Railroad BluesBerthaCassidy > New Speedway BoogieI Know You RiderVoodoo Dead returns to The Hamilton tonight, before heading on to Irving Plaza in New York, NY on February 10th and the Ardmore Music Hall in Ardmore, PA on February 11th.Setlist: Voodoo Dead | The Hamilton | Washington D.C. | 2/8/17Philadelphia Mambo, Big Railroad Blues (JGe), Bertha* (JGe on keys w/ JC), That’s What Love Will Make You Do* (JGe) > Cassidy* (JGe) > New Speedway Boogie* (PM) > I Know You Rider* (PM)Encore: I Shall Be Released (JGe)* – w/ Papa Mali[H/T JamBase]
A celebration of the life and mission of Martin Luther King Jr. will be held on Monday (Feb. 7), from 7 to 8 p.m., in the Memorial Church in Harvard Yard. In connection with Harvard Interfaith Awareness Week, Feb. 7-11, members of the Harvard College Interfaith Council will be reading selections from King’s speeches.The Rev. Gregory Boyle, executive director of Homeboy Industries in Los Angeles, will deliver the keynote address. The title of his address is “Social Transformation Through Compassion.”The Kuumba Singers will perform during the service. A reception, sponsored by the Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations, will be held immediately following the service in the Buttrick Room in the basement of the Memorial Church.
2 Ridgewood Crt, Ferny Hills.Mr Bowerman said that either a family with three or four children would suit the property, or a multi-generational family. “This home could be perfect for older parents and their children and grandchildren all co-habit-ating under the one roof,” he said.“The home can be as separate as you want it to be.” 2 Ridgewood Crt, Ferny Hills.Renovations to the home over the years include completely painting the house, painting the deck, and putting ceramic tiles in the downstairs area.Mr Bowerman hopes the next family enjoys the back deck as much as he does.“It looks out to the totality of the property and there’s views of trees and the boundary borders the national park.“It’s a great lifestyle out here,” he said. 2 Ridgewood Crt, Ferny Hills. 2 Ridgewood Crt, Ferny Hills.The five-bedroom, three-bedroom home is nestled amid trees and is the perfect family retreat.A major highlight of the property is the lower level two-bedroom guest apartment that has a private “no-stairs” entry.Inside, the home has a large low maintenance floorplan with flowing open interiors and modern finishes throughout. More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019There are three double bedrooms, including a guest bedroom with an ensuite.There are two further bedrooms, plus a separate office, designer Caesarstone kitchen and large alfresco decks for entertaining. 2 Ridgewood Crt, Ferny Hills.After three years at Ferny Hills, Michael Bowerman is making the trek back to Victoria for his son’s schooling.After that amount of time at 27-35 Ridgewood Crt, Mr Bowerman said he would no doubt miss the tranquillity and serenity of the home.“It’s such a peaceful place, there’s so many native birds,” said Mr Bowerman, who sells fish and works from home. FREE: Get the latest real estate news direct to your inbox here.
LeoVegas hits back at Swedish regulations despite Q2 successes August 13, 2020 Share Related Articles Share Kambi and DraftKings agree on final closure terms July 24, 2020 Submit StumbleUpon Kambi takes full control of LeoVegas sportsbook portfolio August 26, 2020 Kambi has completed a deal with Swedish horse racing operator AB Trav och Galopp (ATG) for the provision of its multi-channel Sportsbook and services.The agreement follows a competitive tender process, with Kambi’s strong track record in regulated markets, cutting-edge technology and powerful operator empowerment capabilities helping secure its selection.The multi-year deal comes as Sweden prepares to adopt a new regulatory framework on 1 January 2019, one which will give ATG the ability to complement its horse racing product with a full sports betting offer for the first time.Kambi has emphasised it belief that the addition of its premium Sportsbook to ATG’s popular horse racing and trotting product will deliver a market-leading experience to ATG’s established customer base.Confirmation of the deal comes after Kambi had earlier this month announced the two companies were taking part in final stage commercial discussions.Kristian Nylen, Kambi Chief Executive Officer, commented: “Since launching in 1974, ATG has become a leading brand within its home market of Sweden and is a company which has, over time, built a vast and loyal customer base.“So as the operator prepares for its next phase of growth in a re-regulated Swedish market, Kambi is proud to have been chosen as ATG’s multi-channel Sportsbook provider and we look forward to forming a strong partnership.”