Vulfpeck is known for catering to their hardcore fans. Their videos are fun, playful, and funny, but there’s always an undertone of musical appreciation that helps them connect with their audience. Vulfpeck’s crowd simply loves music; they love to listen, appreciate, and replicate their favorite band. Vulfpeck has published several instructional videos in the past, teaching their fans how to play certain songs on the piano, and also how to create the band’s now-iconic “Vulfify” look. The band has even released stems to some of their more popular songs—such as or “Poinciana”, “Dean Town”, and “Back Pocket”—so their fans could make authentic remixes of their material.Cory Henry & The Funk Apostles Announce New Year’s Eve In NYCOver the weekend, the band continued with their new stem trend, releasing individual tracks from their take on Mocky‘s “Birds Of A Feather, We Rock Together”—the lead single from their new album Mr. Finish Line. There are 7 tracks in total, each of which represents a different track from the recording of “Birds Of A Feather”. You can isolate Joe Dart‘s bass line, Antwaun Stanley‘s soulful vocals, Woody Goss‘s beautiful organ, Theo Katzmann‘s spot-on falsetto, Joey Dosik‘s keys and vocal skills, and, of course, Jack Stratton‘s pancakes as percussion. Now, any fan can create their own mix of “Birds Of A Feather, We Rock Together” with that authentic Vulf sound!The stems are available as an album and also as individual tracks, so fear not if you really have your heart set on using that pancake stem in a future remix and none of the other tracks. Each track is available for $1.00, with the full album available for the low price of…$1.00! To check the tracks out and make your own musical masterpiece, head to Vulfpeck’s stem Bandcamp page. To refresh your memory, check out the awesome music video of Vulfpeck and Antwaun Stanley’s “Birds Of A Feather, We Rock Together”.
Kristin Chenoweth Kristin Chenoweth’s voice will soon soar through the Amazon in Rio 2, in movie theaters April 11. The Tony and Emmy Award winner this time doesn’t just wear pink but is actually pink, playing Gabi, a poison dart frog who is madly in love with the villainous cockatoo Nigel. Chenoweth told USA Today that her character isn’t evil, just “misunderstood.” Hey, Glinda, that sounds a lot like your BFF Elphaba! Take a listen below to Chenoweth performing the song “Poisonous Love” from the Rio 2 soundtrack. Without fail, the Broadway baby once again lets out some of those signature high notes. View Comments Star Files
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Long Island is under a flash flood watch as thunderstorms are forecast to bring heavy rains to the area, possibly bringing as much as two inches per hour through Tuesday evening.Showers are likely to intensify after noon with possible accumulations of up to four inches of rain in some areas, according to Upton-based National Weather Service meteorologists.“Flash flooding is a very dangerous situation,” NWS warned in a statement.A flash flood watch means that conditions may lead to flash flooding. NWS may issue a flash flood warning if that likelihood increases.Scattered thunderstorms are expected to continue through Wednesday morning before the skies clear up giving way to mostly sunny forecasts in the 80s through the weekend.
As the Senate works on coronavirus emergency funding packages, NAFCU joined with other financial trade groups Tuesday to keep lawmakers informed of how credit unions and other financial institutions are stepping up to support consumers during the coronavirus pandemic.“As this virus spreads, banks and credit unions will continue to get a better sense of the needs of their customers, members and communities,” the trades wrote. “While some states thus far have been more impacted than others by the virus, this is a situation that is changing quickly. It is important that regulatory agencies continue to work closely with banks and credit unions to assist borrowers.“We are pleased that agencies have been proactive and responsive to bank and credit union efforts to work with customers and members, and it is reassuring that the regulators will support the good judgment of lenders as they prudently work with borrowers.” ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »
While Harris’s nomination is historic and meaningful, Black women’s overwhelming interest and commitment to casting a ballot is not a new feature in American politics. In 2008 and ’12, Black women voted at the highest rate of any race and gender subgroup. […]The passage in 1920 of the 19th Amendment, which granted voting rights to all women in theory but only white women in practice, had little effect on Black women’s lives. Through an array of legal and extralegal strategies, white Americans worked to keep Black people from practicing the constitutional right to vote.Black women passionately resisted these efforts. During the 1960s, for example, civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer led a nationwide movement to expand the voting rights of Black Americans. It was a bold act of defiance—and a matter of life and death. As Hamer explained in a 1964 interview with The Nation, “We’re tired of all this beatin,’ we’re tired of takin’ this. It’s been a hundred years and we’re still being beaten and shot at, crosses are still being burned, because we want to vote.” Fully aware of the consequences of her actions, Hamer refused to capitulate. “I’m goin’ to stay in Mississippi,” she added, “and if they shoot me down, I’ll be buried here.” […](You can learn more about Fannie Lou Hamer from this excerpt of Drawing the Vote: An Illustrated Guide to Voting in America, a graphic novel on the history of voting rights, by author Tommy Jenkins and illustrator Kati Lacker.)THREE OTHER ARTICLES WORTH READINGTOP COMMENTSQUOTATION“The vote is the emblem of your equality, women of America, the guarantee of your liberty. That vote of yours has cost millions of dollars and the lives of thousands of women. Money to carry on this work has been given usually as a sacrifice, and thousands of women have gone without things they wanted and could have had in order that they might help get the vote for you. Women have suffered agony of soul which you can never comprehend, that you and your daughters might inherit political freedom. That vote has been costly. Prize it! The vote is a power, a weapon of offense and defense, a prayer. Understand what it means and what it can do for your country. Use it intelligently, conscientiously, prayerfully.” ~~Carrie Chapman CattTWEET OF THE DAYBLAST FROM THE PAST- Advertisement – At Daily Kos on this date in 2018—If Democrats succeed on Election Day, women will be one big reason:There has been a lot of reporting on the phenomenon of white college-educated women moving away from Republicans and, in some cases, running toward Democrats due to how repulsed they are by Donald Trump. Some of this has been anecdotal, but the polling on women is telling. In a Washington Post/ABC news poll, Trump enjoys 48 percent support among men compared to just 33 percent support among women. And check out the trend lines from the same poll on female party identification over the last eight years, which is moving increasingly toward Democrats and away from the GOP. […]Democratic gains among women start around the end of 2014, when just over 50 percent of female voters identified as Democrats, and get a nice little bump when Trump becomes pr*sident, reaching 58 percent now. And in the eight-year period between 2010 and 2018, Republicans lost fully 7 points among women who identify with the party. – Advertisement –
Feb 16, 2006 (CIDRAP News) – If the next influenza pandemic imitates past ones and plays out in waves, the first wave might serve as a warning that gives the world a little time to prepare for the worst, a leading expert on the pandemic of 1918 told business leaders at a Minneapolis meeting this week.John M. Barry, author of the 2004 book The Great Influenza, an account of the 1918 pandemic, said the first phase of that pandemic, in early 1918, was mild. The disease didn’t strike with full ferocity until the second wave about 6 months later, in September and October.”The first wave was so mild that you could read in a scientific journal article that this disease looked like influenza and acted like influenza but it can’t be influenza because it was, so far, absent the usual complications of influenza,” Barry told a luncheon audience on the first day of the “Business Planning for Pandemic Influenza” meeting at the Minneapolis Convention Center.”At first it wasn’t great at infecting people in large numbers,” he said. “Over a period of about 6 months, it was becoming more and more and more efficient, and then suddenly seemed to erupt simultaneously all over the world on three continents.”On the basis of pandemic planning meetings he has attended, Barry said planners don’t seem to be figuring on “the wave phenomenon.” “I think it’s important to take that into consideration, because you may well have 6 to 8 months after the first identified human [case],” before the worst phase hits, he said. “There may be an opportunity there.”The 1918 pandemic had three waves, as Barry recounts in his book. The last wave, in the winter of 1918-19, was milder than the second, though still much worse than the first.Barry said that in the pandemic of 1889, which also was severe, the third wave was the most lethal. If that happened in the next pandemic, “it would be good news for us, because by that time we would be fully protected by vaccine,” he said. Once a pandemic flu virus emerges, it is expected to take at least 6 months to develop and begin producing a vaccine precisely matched to the virus.US Army data make clear how fast the 1918 virus evolved in the course of the pandemic, according to Barry. At the first five major army camps affected, 20% of the troops who caught the flu suffered pneumonia, and 37% of the pneumonia patients died. At the last five camps hit by the virus, an average of just 3 weeks after the first five, only 7% of flu patients had pneumonia, and 17% of them died.”You have to understand that this is going to be a constantly changing enemy,” Barry said.If Barry sounded faintly reassuring on the subject of pandemic phases, he was the opposite on other points.He cited the prediction of other experts at the 2-day meeting that even if the next pandemic is severe, about 98% of people will survive. Though he didn’t take issue with that overall, he said the toll could be much worse in certain places or among certain groups. In 1918, about a third of the populations of Alaska and Labrador perished, and in Western Samoa the toll was 22%. In Fiji, 16% of the people died in just 2 weeks. And among young adults in general—the hardest hit group—an estimated 4% to 8% succumbed.In addition, today’s population is “clinically more vulnerable” to flu than the population in 1918, Barry said. The reason is the many people with weakened immune systems, including the elderly, HIV/AIDS patients, and cancer patients.To drive home the importance of preparedness, Barry talked about the widespread failure of public officials in 1918 to level with the public about the influenza threat. In an atmosphere of rigid wartime censorship, enforced by laws that “make the Patriot Act look like a resolution of the ACLU,” any utterance that could have been construed as harmful to public morale was punishable, he explained.Hence, public officials mostly downplayed or lied about the pandemic, saying things like, “This is ordinary influenza by another name,” Barry said. Rather than allaying fear and panic, this approach increased them.But there were a few places “that sort of did prepare and did tell the truth from the beginning,” he said. “In San Francisco, the city from day 1 told the truth about the disease.” As a result, “you didn’t get the panic and social breakdown that you got elsewhere.”The lesson is that when people are told the truth about a danger, they can prepare and deal with it, he said. “So preparation does make a difference.”Barry, of Washington, DC, is a distinguished visiting scholar at Tulane University in New Orleans.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)Team newsMan City’s Vincent Kompany remains on the sidelines while Benjamin Mendy is also a doubt for today’s fixture.Laurent Koscielny returned to full training this week after recovering from his jaw injury and could be included in today’s line-up.Manager Unai Emery could also give Denis Suarez his Arsenal debut after signing on loan from Barcelona.Herikh Mkhitaryan could return to the side, but they will be without Hector Bellerin, Danny Welbeck, Rob Holding and Sokratis Paspastathopoulos.Who are the referees in today’s match?Martin Atkinson will be refereeing today’s game.He will also be joined by assistant referees Stephen Child and Lee Betts, as well as fourth official Craig Pawson. Comment Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette (Photo by Marc Atkins/Getty Images)When is Manchester City vs Arsenal?The match is on Sunday 3 February with kick-off at 16.30 at the Etihad Stadium.AdvertisementAdvertisementWhat TV channel is Manchester City vs Arsenal on and is there a live stream?Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League will be showing the game live with coverage starting at 16.00.Subscribers can stream the match on Sky Go, watch on the Sky Sports app, or non-subscribers can buy a Now TV Sky Sports day, week or month pass.What are the odds? (Courtesy of Betfair)Manchester City – 2/7Draw – 11/2Arsenal – 10/1 Sergio Aguero of Manchester City (Photo by Robbie Jay Barratt – AMA/Getty Images)Manchester City host Arsenal later today as they try to close the gap on league leaders Liverpool.Rio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starIt will also be an important game for Arsenal as they try to stay ahead of Manchester United who are trying to move into fourth in the table.Man City will be keen to bounce back from their disappointing 2-1 defeat against Newcastle on Tuesday night.When the two teams last met in the league Pep Guardiola’s side managed to secure a 2-0 victory thanks to goals from Raheem Sterling and Bernardo Silva.ADVERTISEMENT Daniel MackrellSunday 3 Feb 2019 1:40 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link MORE: Manchester City planning £80 million summer raid on English defensive duoMORE: Ilkay Gundogan ‘surprised’ by Unai Emery’s decision to drop Mesut Ozil for Arsenal Advertisement Manchester City vs Arsenal kick off, TV channel, odds and team news Advertisement Head-to-head in last five meetings 12 Aug 2018 – Premier League Arsenal 0-2 Manchester City01 Mar 2018 – Premier LeagueArsenal 0-3 Manchester City25 Feb 2018 – League CupArsenal 0-3 Manchester City05 Nov 2017 – Premier LeagueManchester City 3-1 Arsenal23 Apr 2017 – FA CupArsenal 2-1 Manchester City
37/34 Duffield Road, KallangurShe said one and two-bedroom townhouses and units in the area were ideal for buyers with a low budget.“It’s not everyone’s cup of tea because of the size (but) they’re a good little investment as well,” Mrs Burke said.She said it was rare that they sold for less than $300,000 but there were still bargains to be found like the Duffield Rd property.According to the latest CoreLogic market trends data, the median sale price for an apartment in Kallangur was $290,000. 37/34 Duffield Road, KallangurA MODERN one-bedroom townhouse in Kallangur has sold for $180,000.David Deane Real Estate sales consultant Lee-Ann Burke said smaller properties were often difficult to sell but the one at 37/34 Duffield Rd was snapped up a month after being listed on the market.It was the cheapest sale in the Moreton Realestate area within the past two weeks.Mrs Burke said it sold for such a low price because it was only a one-bedroom home.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019However, she said the location was ideal, with public transport and shops close by.“It’s a cracker location,” Mrs Burke said.
Loading… Vanessa Bryant announced plans for a public celebration of life for her late husband Kobe Bryant and daughter Gianna on February 24 in a touching Instagram post on Friday.Advertisement ”#2, #24 #20 years as a Laker,” the bereaved wife and mother wrote in the post, confirming that a memorial service would be held at Staples Center arena that Monday morning at 10:00 (1800 GMT). She said more details were to come.Gianna Bryant wore No. 2 for her school basketball team and Kobe Bryant wore No. 24 in the later stages of his iconic 20-year career with the Los Angeles Lakers.Kobe Bryant, 41, and 13-year-old Gianna were among nine people killed in a helicopter crash in the rugged hills west of Los Angeles on January 26.The event will fall on a day between two Lakers home games, but the rival Los Angeles Clippers will host the Memphis Grizzlies in an NBA game at the arena in downtown Los Angeles that night.Lee Zeidman, president of Staples Center, told the Los Angeles Times that getting the court ready for the game won’t be a problem.“Staples Center has hosted over 220 doubleheaders in its 20-year history,” Zeidman said. “While this is going to be a very emotional day for the Bryant family, the Los Angeles Lakers, the city of Los Angeles, as well as for the men and women who work at Staples Center, we are very confident we will be ready for 6 pm doors opening for the Clippers-Memphis game following the ceremony.”Staples Center, also the home of the NHL’s Los Angeles Kings and venue for concerts and events such as the recent Grammy Awards, has hosted memorials for recording artists Michael Jackson and Nipsey Hussle.Fans mourning Bryant had made the area outside Staples a spontaneous shrine, leaving mountains of flowers along with basketballs, jerseys, stuffed animals and other mementoes.Those items have been cleared away, with thousands of them being sent to Vanessa Bryant at her request.The Lakers themselves paid emotional tribute to Bryant there in their first game after the club legend’s death, when they hosted the Portland Trail Blazers five days after the accident.People gather around a makeshift memorial for former NBA and Los Angeles Lakers player Kobe Bryant, who was among nine people killed in a January 26 helicopter crashRead Also: Clippers land Morris for playoff push at NBA trade deadlineGianna’s teammates Alyssa Altobelli and Payton Chester, Alyssa’s parents John and Keri Altobelli, Payton’s mother Sarah Chester, basketball coach Christina Mauser and pilot Ara Zobayan also died in the crash, which remains under investigation.A memorial service was scheduled for Monday at Angel Stadium in Anaheim for the Altobelli family. John Altobelli, 56, was a longtime coach of the Orange Coast College baseball team.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeWhy Do So Many Digital Assistants Have Feminine Names & Voices?Who Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Top 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All Time12 Celebrities Who Almost Ruined Their Careers With One Movie7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value10 Outrageous Ideas That Made People Ridiculously Rich
Mr. Larry Wayne Boggs, age 75, of Vevay, Indiana, entered this life on February 7, 1943, at home in Switzerland County, Indiana, the loving son of the late, Edward Sinclair and Hazel Juanita (Sigmon) Boggs. Larry was a 1960 graduate of the Vevay High School and earned his associates degree from Miller Business School in Cincinnati, Ohio. Larry was inducted into the United States Army on March 26, 1964, in Madison, Indiana, serving during the Vietnam War. Larry earned the marksman badge and was honorably discharged with the rank of Specialist 4th Class on October 31, 1969 in Fort Knox, Kentucky. Larry was united in marriage on December 27, 1968, at the Quercus Grove United Methodist Church, to Janet E. Cook. This happy union was blessed with two sons, Michael and Mark. Larry and Janet shared nearly 50 loving years of marriage together until his death. Larry owned and operated Boggs Tax Service in Vevay, Indiana, for over 50 years. Larry was employed as an auditor for the Indiana Department of Revenue, from 1965 – 1979. He owned operated the Swiss Supermarket in Vevay, Indiana, from 1979 – 1985. Larry owned and operated the Benedict Coal-Oil Business in Vevay, Indiana, from 1974 – 1979. Larry was a member of the Switzerland Baptist Church, Vevay American Legion Post #185 and the Scottish Rite Valley of Indianapolis. He was a member of the Switzerland Masonic Lodge No. 122 F&AM, for 49 years. Larry resided all of his life in the Switzerland County community. Larry enjoyed attending sporting events, spending time with his children and grandchildren, tinkering on his F150 pickup truck in his garage, playing euchre, bowling, boating and skiing. Larry passed away at 12:27 p.m., Monday, March 26, 2018, at the Highpoint Health in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. Larry will be deeply missed by his loving wife of nearly 50 years, Janet E. (Cook) Boggs of Vevay, IN; his sons, Michael Boggs and his wife: Christy of Johnson City, TN and Mark Boggs and his wife: LeeAnn of Vevay, IN; his grandchildren, Austin Boggs, Kyle Neubert, Katy Neubert, Alec Boggs, Carlee Boggs, and Claire Boggs; his great-granddaughter, Amelia Boggs; his brother, Jerry Boggs and his wife: Linda of Bonita Springs, FL; his sister, Dawn Elston and her husband: Dillion of Pendleton, IN; his sisters-in-law, Donna Johnson and her husband: Ernie of Rising Sun, IN, Lois Cook of Sellersburg, IN and Shirley Cook of Lawrenceburg, IN and his numerous nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews.He was preceded in death by his parents, Edward Sinclair Boggs, died November 24, 1982 and Hazel Juanita (Sigmon) Boggs, died June 4, 1993; his nieces, Damita Elston, died December 20, 1973 and Jennifer Lynn Boggs, died September 17, 1995; his nephew, Edward Grant Boggs, died December 12, 2009; his great-nephew, Trevor Kyle Boggs, died June 28, 1996; his sister-in-law, Mary Ann Scudder and his brothers-in-law, Delbert Scudder, William Cook and Harold Cook.Friends may call 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm, Friday, March 30, 2018, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043. Masonic Services will be conducted at 7:30 p.m., Friday, March 30, 2018, at the funeral home.Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, March 31, 2018, at 11:00 am, by Rev. C. Martin Justice at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043. Full military rites and interment will be conducted by the Honor Guard of the Vevay American Legion Post #185 and the Vevay VFW Post #5396 at the Vevay Cemetery, Vevay, Indiana. Memorial contributions may be made to the Switzerland Baptist Church or Mr. Larry W. Boggs Endowment Fund % CFSCI. Cards are available at the funeral home.