Though the Dave Matthews Band is on a hiatus, their two leading men Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds are anything but. The two have made regular appearances at benefit performances in the latter half of 2016, and will continue that trend this Sunday, November 27th with a Stand With Standing Rock benefit concert that will feature Neko Case, Graham Nash, Ledisi, and Lakota Thunder, as well as Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds.Set to take place in Washington D.C. at the DAR Constitution Hall, organizers have teamed with Ben & Jerry’s to provide a full length live stream of the event. Though the stream is free, fans are encouraged to donate to the Stand With Standing Rock cause. You can find more information about this event here, and tune in via the YouTube player embedded below.We’ll be sure to share this again on Sunday, so you don’t forget!
NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger discussed the current political landscape, giving a recap of the composition of the 114th Congress and looking ahead to possible outcomes of the 2016 elections during a delegate breakfast at the association’s Congressional Caucus Tuesday.Berger encouraged credit union attendees to talk about the regulatory burden they face with all their lawmakers, Republicans and Democrats, to make sure their story is heard. He told attendees to be specific with lawmakers on how issues affect their credit union members – lawmakers’ constituents.Berger also provided attendees with data on federally insured credit unions’ mortgage lending, auto lending, member business lending and other credit union trends to assist them in their meetings with lawmakers.Credit unions are known for their culture of trust, Berger said during the breakfast. He encouraged attendees to embrace and market that culture – both to their members of Congress and future credit union members. continue reading » 9SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
In their last home game of the season, Greensburg played host to the Lawrenceburg Tigers (ranked 20th in class 2A) and fell 3-1. The Pirates played Lawrenceburg tough throughout the game, despite allowing 3 first half goals, 1 off of a penalty kick. Senior Mason Ponsler had 18 saves on the game and made several athletic plays in order to keep the Tigers from extending the lead. The second half saw the Pirate defense shut out Lawrenceburg, largely in part due to Ponsler’s effort. With less than 10 minutes left to play, the Pirates found the back of the net when Lawrenceburg saved a shot from Nicholas Zapfe and freshman Grayson Newhart followed and finished off the deflection (Newhart’s fourth of the season). The shut out half was the 3rd of the season from the Pirate defense, and the goal scored was the first goal scored against Lawrenceburg in DeVolld’s 4 years as head coach.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat KingsPolice were continuing the investigation. The suspect, whose identity has not yet been released, turned himself in around 2 a.m., Smith said. Formal murder charges were pending, Smith said. For more news and observations about crime in Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley, check out the Daily News’ crime blog by clicking here. A 27-year-old man turned himself in to police early this morning after allegedly shooting his brother-in-law to death following a Thanksgiving celebration, according to a detective. Mario Gutierrez, 37, died after being shot in the chest around 8:40 p.m. as he left a family gathering in 4400 block of Verdemour Avenue in El Sereno, said Los Angeles Police Department Detective Scott Smith. Gutierrez was declared dead at the scene, Smith said. The shooting followed a dispute that took place as the victim was leaving the party, the detective said. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!