Tedeschi Trucks Band has just closed out their six night stand at the beloved Beacon Theatre in New York City. During their run, the 12-piece ensemble welcomed a bevy of special guests, including Jorma Kaukonen, Dave Mason, Eric Krasno, Luther Dickinson, Junior Mack, Warren Haynes, Doyle Bramhall II, Tash Neal and more.Staying in NYC for two weeks gives the band a chance to relax, make themselves comfortable, and really dive deep into their catalogs. The freedom of having six nights of the stage to themselves welcomes the opportunity for them to push the envelope and explore territories otherwise unchallenged. This year’s residency proved that Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi are truly an unstoppable duo. To relive these exceptional moments, scroll through the audio of each night below, courtesy of taper edtyre2.Tedeschi Trucks Band Live at The Beacon Theatre on 9/30/16:Tedeschi Trucks Band Live at The Beacon Theatre on 10/1/16:Tedeschi Trucks Band Live at Beacon Theatre on 10/4/16:Tedeschi Trucks Band Live at Beacon Theatre on 10/5/16:Tedeschi Trucks Band Live at Beacon Theatre on 10/7/16:Tedeschi Trucks Band Live at Beacon Theatre on 10/8/16:
At Wednesday night’s Student Senate meeting, the group once more addressed the ongoing student government response to sexual assaults on campus. During the Oct. 9 meeting, Siegfried senator Rohan Andresen proposed the dorm in which the alleged assault occurred have a meeting to talk about how it will move forward in response to sexual assault reports. At the end of that meeting, student body vice-president Nancy Joyce asked the senators to discuss the proposal with their respective dorms during hall council this week. Wednesday’s Senate discussion focused largely on feedback from the dialogues within the residence halls. “The O’Neill guys said that they felt if there were no girls present during the conversation, then the same thing would just be said over and over again … One thing we may need is some help facilitating this conversation,” O’Neill senator Kyle McCaffery said. “Maybe someone from the GRC [Gender Relations Center] could help with that.” Senior class president Carolina Wilson agreed. “I think they should have some sort of questions in case things go awry, or the conversation stops,” she said. Several senators expressed the concern that students, especially incoming freshmen, didn’t have an understanding of what rape means. “A view held by most guys, especially freshmen, is that rape is what you see on Law and Order. … Non-consensual sex induced by alcohol is not always seen by them as malicious rape,” Andresen said. McCaffery, as well as Lewis Hall senator Dotty Schleuter, said they doubted whether making a mandatory meeting for each hall was feasible. “The Lewis girls said that, to be successful, they thought the conversation should be had in section-sized groups,” Schleuter said. “Our hall president asked if mandatory meetings were even something that the student government could mandate.” According to Andresen, Siegfried Hall rector Fr. John Conley said rectors would be all for making the discussion mandatory and, in his opinion, “wouldn’t be hesitant to follow through with this.” “The discussion we had was that they would be mandatory,” Andresen said. “If it were to be optional, then the people who would go would not be the people most inclined to be involved in such an incident.” Although, he added, “enforcing this would be difficult.” The discussion was then tabled for further discussion after fall break. The Senate also welcomed a new senator from Lyons Hall, Mary Susan. Student body president Alex Coccia and vice-president Nancy Joyce will present the student government report to the University’s Board of Trustees on Thursday. Contact Margaret Hynds at [email protected]
The 27th Annual Vermont Travel Industry Conference will be held on April 7 & 8, 2010 at the Stoweflake Resort in Stowe, Vermont. The event will feature compelling keynote speakers, pertinent workshops on industry topics and trends, and a trade show featuring over 30 exhibitors who sell products or services to the tourism industry.On Wednesday April 7th at 9:00 am, keynote speaker James Chung of Reach Advisors will educate the tourism industry on the Four Macro Trends and the Implications on Travel. Chung will discuss the major trends that will reshape the consumer market as it relates to the tourism industry including: generational shifts, gender differences, health and wellness behaviors, outdoor recreation trends, and household purchasing power.Thursday April 8th at 9:00 am, Steve Richer of the National Tour Association will enlighten attendees on the future of the tourism industry through his keynote presentation the Tourism Industry Crystal Ball: Where We Are, Where We Are Headed. Richer will pull from his experience working on the legislation that will become the Travel Promotion Act to discuss current border and public land issues, and provide attendees with a glimpse into the future and what we can do.The Vermont Travel Industry Conference will feature workshops from five educational, industry related tracks: Management, Miscellaneous Marketing, Media Relations, Social Media & Marketing, and Web Marketing. Some of the hot topics this year will include How to Effectively Publicize Your Business Through New Media Tools with Nicole Ravlin of PMG Public Relations, Sustainability and the Triple Bottom Line: People, Planet and Profit with Hans van Wees of Van-Wees, Inc., and How to Recognize, Evaluate, and Seize Money-Making Marketing Opportunities with Chris Diaz of Redpoint Marketing.If you are part of a tourism-related business or have an interest in the Vermont travel industry, this conference is for you! Registration is now open. For more information on participating in the event and to register, please visit the Vermont Travel Industry Conference website at www.vtic.org(link is external) and receive instant updates by becoming a fan on the Vermont Travel Industry Conference Facebook page. Source: VTIC. 2.16.2010
Franklin County High School Girls Varsity Golf beat East Central High School 182-211.It was another win for the Lady Wildcat golf team tonight at home against East Central. The team posted a solid score of 182 on the more difficult back nine holes of Brook Hill Golf Club.Medallist for the night was Senior, Maggie Brack, with a score of 40.They will be back in action on Thursday night against South Dearborn.Maggie Brack – 40, Gracie Graf – 49, Camryn Brewer – 46, Taylor McCreary – 48, Ashlan Hill – 48, Sam Ebrens – 57, Kelsie Brackney – 51.Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Marisa Mears.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisToday’s ‘Photo of the Day’ was sent in by Mary Lightner. Mary captured this photo of some American goldfinches at a bird feeder. She said the American goldfinches are returning due to warmer weather. If you have a photo that you would like to send us, email [email protected] Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: American Goldfinch, Bird Feeder, Birds, Photo of the DayContinue ReadingPrevious Meetings on what you need to know about bovine TBNext ‘Sam’s Gift’ provides 21 scholarships for future Alpena Community College students