Associated Press Written by Tags: Boston Celtics/NBA/Utah Jazz FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Jayson Tatum had 33 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Boston Celtics over the skidding Utah Jazz 114-103.Jaylen Brown added 20 points and Marcus Smart had 17 for Boston. All five starters scored in double figures to help the Celtics finish 3-1 on a road trip out West.Donovan Mitchell scored 37 points to lead the Jazz, who lost their fourth straight game. February 27, 2020 /Sports News – Local Celtics beat Jazz 114-103 to hand Utah 4th straight loss
Waitrose achieved its highest week of trading, bar Christmas and Easter, over the Jubilee weekend. Sales were up 19.8% on last year, for the week ending 2 June.Melton Mowbray Pork Pies, sausage rolls and Scotch eggs featured among the picnic food favourites, with sales up 76% for each. Trifle was also up 28% year-on-year.Tubes of red, white and blue icing also rocketed, with growth in sales up 637%.Mark Price, managing director, Waitrose, said: “The prospect of a long weekend and a wonderful focus for celebration spurred shoppers into action. Many people clearly welcomed having a great reason to step away from day-to-day budgeting to stock up on fabulous food and drink for Jubilee parties and entertaining.”Related news:>>Little Waitrose targets food-to-go market
The Vegabonds are a force to be reckoned with. Their gorgeous harmonies and impressive instrumental skills make for a perfect combination. They know how to showcase their sound to the fullest, which they accomplished in spades on their 2016 release What We’re Made Of. The album came as the result of seven years of touring, songwriting, and a dedication to making their band the best that it can be. Their hard work has surely paid off, as they delivered a solid record that combines complex lyrics with soaring music in a way that’s reminiscent of My Morning Jacket and The Black Crowes.Back in 2016, The Vegabonds brought their high-octane live show to Aisle 5 in Atlanta, where they performed an awesome combination of “Georgia Fire” into “The Hammer” that truly shows off the best of their talents. “Georgia Fire” is from their 2012 record Southern Sons, and it was written after the tragic fire that hit the Georgia Theatre in 2009. The video shows off the emotional, power chord-driven rock anthem, with spot-on guitar playing and tons of energy from the band, before they drop into the equally epic What We’re Made Of track “The Hammer.”Lead-singer and rhythm guitarist Danny Allen explains, “‘Georgia Fire’ is about a group of our friends who frequented the Georgia Theatre where they caught some of their favorite shows. The song is based on the emotions they felt when they heard that a massive fire nearly burned the Theatre to the ground in June 2009. We love Athens, GA, and will be playing GATH on April 12th.”See below for our exclusive premiere of “Georgia Fire” into “The Hammer” by The Vegabonds, as well as a list of upcoming tour dates from the band.The Vegabonds Tour Dates:3/9 – Clemson, SC – 3563/10 – St. Simons, GA – Palm Coast Coffee3/14 – Gulf Shores, AL – Florabama3/16 – 30A, FL – The Hub3/17 – Pensacola, FL – World of Beer3/24 – Blacksburg, VA – 622 North4/12 – Athens, GA – Georgia Theatre4/13 – Black Mountain, NC – Pisgah Brewing Company4/14 – Lexington, KY – The Burl4/22 – Atlanta, GA – Aisle 5 (Official Sweetwater 420 After-Party)5/5 – Greenville, SC – Gottrocks5/6 – Columbia, SC – Rosewood Crawfish Festival5/18 – Destin, FL – Funky Blues Shack5/19 – Gulf Shores, AL – Florabama6/10-11 – Chattanooga, TN – Riverbend Festival6/13 – 7/11 – Europe Tour
Burton Signs Letter of Intent to Acquire Forum, Special Blend, Jeenyus andFoursquare Snowboard BrandsBURLINGTON, Vt., July 15 /PRNewswire/ — Four Star Distribution has agreedto sell all four of its snowboard brands to Burton. Both parties haveagreed on terms and are in the due diligence period of the acquisition,which is expected to be complete by August 15th, 2004. Four Star’s brandswill stay on the West Coast but will move from its current location.The acquisition represents a new day for Burton to add to its existingportfolio of brands, which includes Burton, Analog, Gravis Footwear, REDHelmets & Impact Protection and Anon Optics. “We feel that the acquisitionof Forum, Special Blend, Jeenyus and Foursquare presents an excellentopportunity to reach out to a company that has great brands and a strongconsumer following, but has not been able to reach its market potential,”said Laurent Potdevin, Burton’s President. Markus Bohi of Four StarDistribution went on to say, “Selling off these brands is a very difficultdecision for the company. We felt that we needed to concentrate on C1RCA’sfootwear and apparel business in order to be successful in the long-term.Over the years, we have been approached many times about selling thesebrands, but the fit and timing never worked. The timing is now right, andwe could not place the brands’ future in better hands than Burton, theclear global market leader.””I think I speak for all of us at Burton when I say that we have gottentired of watching ski companies buy up snowboard brands,” says JakeBurton, founder and owner of Burton. “Forum is a company we have alwaysrespected, and it is a brand that needed to stay in the hands ofsnowboarders. We will do our best to see that Forum and its sister brandscontinue to grow and develop.”
The Vermont Attorney General’s Office filed two civil lawsuits yesterday on behalf of the State of Vermont in Vermont Superior Court, Washington Unit, against the Republican Governor’s Association (’RGA’) and Green Mountain Future (’GMF’) seeking enforcement of Vermont’s campaign finance laws.The Complaints filed by the Attorney General’s Office allege that, during the current general election cycle, RGA and GMF have acted as political committees under Vermont law without complying with, and indeed, while refusing to comply with, the requirements of Vermont’s campaign finance laws for such entities. Specifically, GMF has run political advertisements or ‘electioneering communications’ which did not contain the identification information required by law, and it has also failed to properly register with the Secretary of State’s Office and to file campaign finance reports. Similarly, RGA has engaged in election advertising while ignoring Vermont’s reporting and registration requirements, and it has also accepted contributions in violation of Vermont’s contribution limits for political committees. Source: Attorney General’s office. October 25, 2010
7SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr At NAFCU, we’re all gearing up for our 50th Annual Conference next week in Honolulu, Hawaii.I’m going through my pre-conference checklist. What to pack. Drop off and pick up the dry cleaning.Also on that list?Smile.That’s right. I am reminding myself to smile.Conferences are wonderful. They are fun! But if you are the host, conferences can throw you a few curveballs.On more than one occasion, I’ve had attendees walk up to me and ask if everything was OK.Nothing was wrong – I just seem to have a sour thinking face. Sour enough that friendly attendees wanted to come to my rescue. Frowns are powerful. But in the wrong direction.It is just another reminder of the importance of body language. Your posture and expression convey so much information. But my frown was sending the wrong message. continue reading »
(This story is for CNBC Pro subscribers only.)Longtime market bull Jeremy Siegel told CNBC on Tuesday that equity investors should be able to look past the current intensification of the United States’ coronavirus outbreak, with daily cases frequently setting new record highs and hospitalizations also rising. Health experts warn it’s about to get worse, too.“The next three months are critical, but remember … stocks are the longest-lived assets, and they look years and years into the future,” Siegel said on “Closing Bell.” “Three tough months, four tough months, once you have a brighter future, which I think 2021 is, boy that is really powerful.” Jeremy SiegelDavid Orrell | CNBC – Advertisement – – Advertisement – – Advertisement –
On 11 September, a group of economic and energy ministers and senators of five northern German states, together with representatives of the coastal cities and the industry, signed the Cuxhaven Appeal 2.0, calling for an expansion goal of at least 20 gigawatts in the North and Baltic Seas by 2030, and at least 30 gigawatts by 2035.The 11-point paper is urging the Federal Government to improve the framework conditions for the expansion of offshore wind energy, in light of the latest tender results in Germany.The cap of 15 gigawatts of offshore wind power installed by 2030, introduced in 2014, should now be looked into with the most recent tender results in mind, according to the paper signatories.“With the first Cuxhaven Appeal in 2013 and the “united force of the north”, we have succeeded to significantly advance the conditions and the expansion of offshore wind industry as well as to clearly position the market. For the offshore industry, the second Cuxhaven Appeal is of enormous importance,” said Ulrich Getsch, Lord Mayor of Cuxhaven.
Image Courtesy: HHIC PHILHong Kong-based shipowner Seaspan Corporation has taken delivery of the fifth and final SAVER design containership under bareboat charter to Mediterranean Shipping Company.The 11,000 TEU MSC Yashi B will commence a bareboat charter with the Swiss carrier for a period of seventeen years.Upon completion of the bareboat charter period, MSC is obligated to purchase the vessel for a pre-determined amount.Constructed at Hanjin Subic shipyard in the Phillippines, MSC Yashi B is Seaspan’s first vessel delivery in 2018, expanding Seaspan’s operating fleet to 90 vessels.The company took delivery of the fourth ship from the batch just last month. The 330-meter-long MSC Madhu B was bareboat chartered to MSC under the same conditions.Back in September 2017, Seaspan added the third SAVER vessel, MSC Nitya B.The company’s managed fleet comprises 110 containerships with a total capacity of around 900,000 TEU, including 4 newbuilding containerships on order scheduled for delivery to Seaspan and third parties by the end of 2018.
Greensburg, IN—The Greensburg/Decatur County Chamber of Commerce has announced that Leslie Thackery of Gilliland-Howe Funeral Home in Greensburg, has been honored with the Glenn Shepard Servant Leadership Award.The award was created in 2010 to recognize people who practice servant leadership with character and integrity by walking the walk (instead of talking the talk like so many people do). It is a way to edify and honor the recipient by recognizing their service to others.Leslie also received $1,000 from Glenn Shepard to help further her service to others in any way she chooses. Thackery has been the Manager of Gilliland-Howe Funeral Home since 2013.Thackery is a member of the Greensburg Breakfast Optimist Club, VFW Ladies Auxiliary #5584, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Community Action Coalition, Greensburg Prevention Group, Greensburg Women in Business, and a Board Member of the Greensburg/Decatur County Chamber of Commerce. In 2008, after the Working Women in Business organization closed its local chapter, Leslie picked up the reigns of a program that turned into Reality Check, a program for 8th-grade students to give them a sample of real-life experiences such as budgeting, purchasing a home, car, and necessities for life as an adult. That program continues today. Leslie also organizes and leads the efforts for the annual Veterans Day parade event, and she organized the local effort for the National Wreaths Across America, an event in December dedicated to remembering the sacrifices veterans have made in wars since the American Revolution. In 2015, the local effort of Wreaths Across America effort laid seven military wreaths. In 2016, 413 wreaths were laid; 2017 saw 426 wreaths laid; 2018 had 585 wreaths laid and in 2019, there were 1,035 wreaths laid at the graves of veterans locally.