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Lettuce Takes Over Philly With Crushing TLA Throwdown [Gallery/Setlist]

first_imgLoad remaining images Funk band Lettuce has wasted no time getting to work in 2017, kicking off the year with a major tour that began at the Brooklyn Bowl earlier this week before traveling down to Philadelphia, PA. Lettuce and their psychedelic brand of funk took hold at TLA for an unforgettable Thursday night rager, starting the party with a new introduction that led straight into their old-school hit “Reunion.”The evening spanned across their expansive songbook, weaving in new Crush and Mount Crushmore staples, and a heart-warming cover of “Everybody Wants To Rule The World” by Tears For Fears. Few bands keep it as fresh as Lettuce does, and their tight-knit musicianship will only continue to diversify as they head out on their extensive national winter tour. See their full schedule here. Lettuce | TLA | Philadelphia, PA | 1/5/17:Set: New Intro, Reunion, Yakatori, Double Header, Pocket Change, 116th St., Rule The World, Phyllis, 4 on 6, Slippin (Do It), Sam Huffs, Lett Bobby, Get GreazyE: SlapCheck out the full gallery of images below, courtesy of Sean DiSerio.last_img read more

April 9, 2019 Police Blotter

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Students awarded scholarships for collaborative fashion proposals

first_img“It’s the diligence of the students who are willing to compensate for that huge advantage the fashion school has over a non-fashion school,” Barth said. For some of the winners, it was their first experience in the fashion industry. Irene Chen, a sophomore in IYA, had never done anything related to fashion before but said she learned a lot from the experience. “I think I definitely became more interested in fashion and what it means to me afterward,” Chen said.  “The organization looks to the competition to bring new people and new ideas into the industry to keep it innovating and to keep it alive,” Barth said.  “I have my own clothing brand and I’ve been making clothes for four or five years now,” Komolafe said. “So I just thought it would be a good opportunity to get more insight into the industry and make connections.” Without the advantage of going to an arts school but with hopes of an introduction into the world of fashion, five USC students from varying backgrounds in business, art and technology and differing levels of expertise were awarded the Fashion Scholarship Fund in January.  According to Barth, who coaches the student contestants, the scholarship looks for innovators in the fashion world.  “I noticed how much business and thought and strategy goes behind visual design, which opened my eyes to new possibilities of how to monetize design and where I might want to go with it,” Loew said. “There’s a lot that happens in one industry. There’s so many details that only fashion people know.”  Despite competing against students from schools with specialized fashion programs, Barth said USC students had no trouble finding success because of their hard work and dedication.  For his submission, Gbenga Komolafe designed a collaboration between Tommy Hilfiger and “Better Angels,” a nonprofit geared toward reducing partisan rhetoric in politics through organized debate events. According to Komolafe, applying to the fund was a way to continue paving his way in the fashion industry.  Even without a dedicated fashion design program at USC, Loew said the skills they gained in IYA courses gave them enough foundation to build a successful submission of detailed technical designs and marketing strategies. Although she has experience in different aspects of the fashion world, including serving as fashion ambassador in the Office of Admission and as visual director for Haute Magazine, a fashion- and design-oriented magazine on campus, she said the Fashion Scholarship Fund exposed her to more of the industry.  “[We’ve been taught] how to communicate new ideas,” Loew said. “We have this whole vocabulary to do it and this whole methodology to do it.”  Yuanyi Ma, a sophomore majoring in business administration, focused her collaboration between Urban Outfitters and Lays potato chips, two brands where she found an overlap in a targeted youth demographic and values. center_img The five scholarship recipients, coming from Iovine and Young Academy and the Marshall School of Business, brainstormed ideas for products that told the story of unconventional collaborations between companies such as major fashion houses and museums, or apparel brands and potato chips. Five students received the Fashion Scholarship Fund scholarship with guidance from professor Steve Barth (center). (Photo courtesy of Steve Barth) “I feel like there’s always something I could improve on,” Ma said. “So I want to know the score and hopefully make some changes next year.” “I think they really helped us, and they really motivated us because they didn’t want the 60% of us to drop before submitting,” Veksler said. “I think that they were successful with retaining [students].” Mark Veksler, a sophomore in IYA, said because of the high demand from the competition, many students don’t complete their work in time for submission. However, he said Barth and Marshall School of Business associate professor Dennis Schorr helped students with the process by providing information sessions on marketing techniques and collaborative workshops with professors from other universities. “After further research, I found that Google wants to bolster their hardware product lines, and Gucci wants to become a more accessible brand to more people without lowering their price,” Loew said. In her application, Chen proposed a collaboration between Louis Vuitton and the Smithsonian Institution because of Louis Vuitton’s previous artistic collaborations and her experiences with the Smithsonian museums from living near Washington.  Barth said he hopes to see even more students apply for the scholarship next year.  “I hope that USC’s strong performance this year will encourage more students to learn about and enter next year’s case competition,” Barth said. Ma said she wants to keep learning and exploring the intersection between business and design in the world of fashion. With the feedback and notes she received on her recent submission, she wants to improve her work in time for next year’s scholarship competition.  Sydney Loew, a sophomore in IYA, said she had an appreciation for fashion even before she was introduced to the scholarship opportunity by IYA assistant professor Steve Barth. She proposed a design partnership between Gucci and Google and said it was because of the alliteration between the brand names and the shared values of each of the companies.  Each year, the organization invites young talent to become new contributors to the industry, providing career-building, mentorship and networking events in addition to financial assistance. This year’s scholarship applicants designed and presented products such as clothes and handbags for the collaboration of two major brands of their choosing, one fashion-affiliated and one unaffiliated. last_img read more

Messam Jr makes perfect fit for St George’s

first_imgGregory Messam Jr has been given the responsibility of spearheading St George’s College’s attack this FLOW/ISSA Manning Cup season, and the second-generation national footballer started the campaign with a bang, as he led the North Street-based school with a hat-trick in their 9-0 rout against Kingston Technical High School (KTHS) in their opening Group C game at Winchester Park yesterday.St George’s only scored one goal in the first half.Messam Jr netted in the 21st, 57th and 64thminutes, while Alex Marshall got a brace (90, 90+7) and Shevon Stewart (59th), Jevoun McKellar (68th) and Stephen Gilzene (90+6) one each.Kingston Technical were reduced to 10 players when Dejeun Hayle was red-carded midway the second half.Last season, Messam Jr played on the flank with much success, but, according to assistant coach Marcel Gayle, the departure of central striker Amoy Brown left a big void, and Messam Jr was the obvious replacement.testimony of ability”He is a fantastic player, a kid every coach would want in their team,” Gayle commented. “But we were looking for a number nine, and we were looking, looking, and he was right in front us, and today is testimony of his ability.”I hope he can get a hat-trick every game, even though that’s not possible. I hope he gets better as the competition goes on,” he added.The star-studded St George’s, which boast players like Paul Young Jr, Gilzene, Dominic James, Stewart, Marshall, McKellar, and Messam, controlled the game from the start, but wasted countless opportunities to go ahead until Messam capitalised on a pass from Marshall to put the hosts ahead 1-0.After the interval, the Neville ‘Bertis’ Bell-coached team ran riot, and two early strikes sealed Messam’s three-timer. His second-half goals were sandwich by a Stewart strike, which was followed by another from McKellar.Kingston Technical were reduced to 10 men when Hayle saw red for handball, when the ball appeared to come off his face.Stewart added two late goals, and Gilzene netted in between his strikes to seal the biggest win of the schoolboy football season thus far.In other Group C games, Innswood stopped Ardenne 2-0 with goals from Akeem Gibbons and Steve Harris, while Denham Town edged Eltham 1-0.In Group B, Greater Portmore held Hydel to a 1-1 draw, Dunoon edged Haile Selassie 1-0, while Papine drew 1-1 with eight-man Cumberland.In Group F, Excelsior beat Ascot 4-0, Jonathan Grant turned back Norman Manley 3-2 with a brace from Geovanni Shorter, and Vauxhall defeated Spanish Town 2-0.Yesterday’s ResultsGroup BPortmore 1 Hydel 1Dunoon 1 Haile Selassie 0Papine 1 Cumberland 1Group CSt George’s 9 KTHS 0Innswood 2 Ardenne 0Denham Town 1 Eltham 0Group FExcelsior 4 Ascot 0Jonathan Grant 3 Norman Manley 2Vauxhall 2 Spanish Town 0Today’s gamesGroup DPenwood vs Charlie SmithSt Mary’s College vs STATHSGroup EKingston High vs BridgeportSt Jago vs MonaGroup GJose Marti vs CampionCamperdown vs WaterfordAll games start at 3:30.pm.last_img read more

Naomh Conaill remember the late Manus Kelly on emotional night in Glenswilly

first_imgTHE NAOMH CONAILL GAA club made a donation in memory of the late Manus Kelly on a highly-emotional evening in Glenswilly.The gesture was made before Glenswilly’s first All-County League Division One game since the tragic death of the popular father-of-five, who lost his life while competing in the 2019 Donegal International Rally.Naomh Conaill players funded a donation of €250, which will go towards Donegal Down Syndrome – a charity that was close to Manus’s heart. Naomh Conaill Chairman David Kelch presented a cheque to Manus’s parents, Donal and Jacqueline at Pairc Naomh Columba.Glenswilly’s team included Leon and Caolan Kelly, while members of the Kelly family were among the large attendance at a game won by Naomh Conaill 3-19 to 0-13. Naomh Conaill remember the late Manus Kelly on emotional night in Glenswilly was last modified: July 9th, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:2019 All-County Football League2019 Donegal International RallyCaolan KellyDonal KellyglenswillyLeon KellyManus KellyNaomh Conailllast_img read more

Defender Taiwo being linked with move to Portugal

first_imgBenfica are being linked with a move for Taye Taiwo.The Nigerian left-back, who spent the second half of last season on loan at QPR from AC Milan, expects to leave the San Siro on a permanent basis this summer.“If Benfica are considering signing me for the next season, then I can only thank them for showing an interest in me,” Taiwo was quoted as saying by O Jogo.“My plan is to develop and improve myself every year and next season it will also be like that. Benfica would be a good club for me to develop and improve myself.”This page is regularly updated.Follow West London Sport on Twitter Find us on Facebooklast_img read more

Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast, May 8, 2019

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Not many changes in the near term forecast, but from this weekend forward, our outlook is trending just a little wetter. However, the extended period is up for grabs, with models flip-flopping quite badly. Here is our look this morning. Today will be rain-free over nearly all of Ohio. South and south west flow will allow temps to climb to normal and above normal levels today. This will increase the instability in our atmosphere as we head in to tomorrow. That is where we see the best moisture potential out of this current system. Showers arrive in western Ohio around midday, and then spread east through the balance of the afternoon. Showers and thunderstorms will be in through the overnight tomorrow night into early Friday morning, triggering .25”-.75” rains over a 80% of the state. The heaviest rains will be mostly south of I-70 where we have the best chance of thunderstorms, both strong and garden variety. Friday afternoon we will have plenty of clouds and some limited sun, although we may be able to see those clouds give way to more sun before sunset. Colder air returns behind the Thursday frontal complex. We keep sunshine into Saturday as well, but mostly in the morning and midday. Clouds increase again late Saturday afternoon. We have not been able to shake that concern about thunderstorms Saturday night into Sunday, and in fact the complex looks to be strengthening this morning. We expect rain and thunderstorms overnight Saturday overnight through all of Sunday with rain totals expected from .5”-2.5” and 90% coverage. The heaviest action again will be in southern Indiana. Clouds mix with some sunshine the rest of Sunday afternoon. Next week then is mostly dry. Partly to mostly sunny skies will be in over the region Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. A new wrinkle in the forecast allows for scattered showers next Tuesday. The amount of moisture is not that big of a story…we could see up to .3” and perhaps 40%-50% coverage through Wednesday morning.  The story, though, is the fact that the moisture in the area interrupts a potential stretch of dry days and slows drying substantially. Hopefully this moisture dissipates, but right now is looking strong enough to hang around. Another cluster of rain and thunderstorm action comes in late next week for Thursday overnight through Friday morning. Rain potential come in around .25”-.75” with 80% coverage. Friday afternoon starts to see some clearing. The map at right shows total 10 day rainfall potential, if things come together as outlined above. The bulk of the moisture shown on this map would develop Saturday overnight through Sunday. For the extended 11-16 day window, we start dry for Saturday the 18th. Models then try to bring moderate to heavy rain in for the remaining 5 days of the extended window. We are not making those kinds of changes to our forecast this morning, though, as the dramatic change in model solutions just came on quickly, out of nowhere. Instead, we will continue to look for scattered showers around Monday the 20th into Tuesday the 21st, with potential of .25”-1.5”.  We will monitor the extended period going forward, and when a true pattern shows itself, we will adjust our forecast accordingly. However, we don’t feel it is prudent to make any changes of significance this morning.last_img read more

Navigating the space between our personal and professional roles.

first_imgFriends eating pizza.By Dr. Kristen DiFilippoRecently, I listened to a physician talk about various leadership roles health professionals take on. One portion of her talk, leadership within the community you live in, struck a chord with me. Through my training as a dietitian, I felt prepared to lead my patients, but navigating what it means to be a dietitian in my own personal life has been a journey of trial and error. Early on, I tried to give my dad unsolicited dietary advice. He gently yet firmly reminded me that I am his daughter, not his dietitian. In contrast, I’ve been asked for advice that I don’t feel comfortable giving without a full nutrition consult. I’ve also been told that people, who I have never discussed food with, are nervous to have me over for dinner because of my profession. As professionals, it can be complicated to draw the line between our professional expertise and our personal lives, especially when are the profession is so closely tied to something as personal as eating. This leads me to wonder, is there a difference between our personal and professional identities? Below are some of my thoughts on how to navigate the space between our personal and professional selves.Avoid unsolicited advice. It can be hard when those we really care about are making lifestyle choices that aren’t optimal, but the key word here is choices. We can encourage, cheer, and answer questions when asked, but I’ve learned that preaching nutrition advice at an unwilling audience only leads to frustration from everybody.Know your own boundaries. For me, this means that I don’t mind a general nutrition question in conversation or from a close friend, but I am not comfortable providing nutrition advice in social settings. It is ok to say when you don’t feel comfortable answering. One strategy I use is to recommend the person the name of a dietitian who is really good in that area.Be gracious to those who have to cook and eat with you, and to yourself. I’ve had people ask me not to look at their plate, to which I usually respond that I won’t, as long as they don’t look at mine. Proper nutrition is important, but so is enjoying food. We can lead others by making healthy choices, but also by showing others that there is no such thing as perfection in nutrition.What about you, how do you navigate the space between your personal and professional self?Additional resources:https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2787942http://jandonline.org/article/S2212-2672(15)00451-7/pdfThis blog was posted by Robin Allen, a member of the Military Families Learning Network (MFLN) Nutrition and Wellness team that aims to support the development of professionals working with military families.  Find out more about the MFLN Nutrition and Wellness concentration on our website on Facebook, on Twitter, and LinkedIn.last_img read more

Corey Brewer to sign with Thunder

first_imgJohn Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university PLAY LIST 01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City The Lakers agreed to a buyout with the 6-foot-9 Brewer on Wednesday. He will help fill the void Andre Roberson left for the Thunder when he ruptured his left patellar tendon and was lost for the season. The Thunder have started multiple players with limited results since the injury.Brewer, 31, averaged 3.7 points in 54 games with the Lakers this season. He averaged 11.9 points per game for Houston during the 2014-15 season and has career averages of 8.8 points and 2.8 rebounds per game.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutBrewer played for Thunder coach Billy Donovan on Florida’s 2006 and 2007 national championship teams. LOOK: Iya Villania meets ‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ cast in Mexico Read Next Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Brazil’s Neymar sidelined for up to three months with foot surgery View comments Pussycat Dolls set for reunion tour after 10-year hiatus Families in US enclave in north Mexico hold sad Thanksgiving MOST READ Typhoon ‘Tisoy’ threatens Games Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES Corey Brewer #3 of the Los Angeles Lakers walks to the bench as the Lakers play the Dallas Mavericks in the second half at American Airlines Center on February 10, 2018 in Dallas, Texas. Ron Jenkins/Getty Images/AFPOKLAHOMA CITY — Former Los Angeles Lakers guard Corey Brewer will sign with the Oklahoma City Thunder after he clears waivers.The move was confirmed by Brewer’s agent, Happy Walters, on Thursday.ADVERTISEMENT Google honors food scientist, banana ketchup inventor and war hero Maria Orosalast_img read more

8 Great Tips From An Email Marketing Maven

first_img Email Marketing Originally published Nov 3, 2008 4:10:00 PM, updated October 30 2019 Don’t forget to share this post! AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to Email AppEmail AppShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to MessengerMessengerShare to SlackSlack Scott Kirsner from The Boston Globe posted a video interview on his blog today with Gail Goodman, CEO of Constant Contact .  We’re really big fans of Gail here at HubSpot.  She is, as we say in Boston, “wicked smart” and an exceptional entrepreneur (ConstantContact went public last year).  HubSpot is fortunate enough to have Gail on our board of directors. Oh, and by the way, Gail knows a thing or two about email marketing.  ConstantContact has over 200,000 customers. Quick Tips From An Email Marketing Maven 1.  It’s all about relevance.  Be interesting.  Don’t be self-serving.2.  Keep it short and sweet so people read it immediately.  “I’ll get to it later” is the kiss of death.3.  Don’t revert to your “formal” voice when writing.  You’ve got a personality, show it.4.  Put a teaser in the email, and a link back to your website.  Engage them there.5.  Links in the email are great because they’re trackable.  You can figure out what’s working.6.  Once a month is about the right level of frequency for most small businesses.7.  Two things that get your email opened: #1:  “From” and #2 “Subject”. 8.  Most important:   Be Empathetic!   If you “listen between the lines” in the video, you’ll see several times where Gail suggests asking yourself “how would you react?”All things considered, we’d rather you focus on inbound marketing .  But, if you’re spending some energy on email marketing, you might as well do it well and get your messages read. Topics:last_img read more