ARISE Music Festival has announced the initial lineup for their 6th annual event, set to take place at the picturesque Sunrise Ranch in Loveland, CO on August 3rd – 5th, 2018.ARISE has become Colorado’s fastest growing summer music festival, anchored in the state’s strong live music-loving community. The multi-genre music festival includes 5 stages showcasing a diverse mix of top-notch performers from the worlds of funk, reggae, bluegrass, jam, hip-hop, rock, electronic, folk, conscious roots music, and beyond. This year’s eclectic lineup will feature sets from Slightly Stoopid, Thievery Corporation, Trevor Hall, Pepper, Living Legends, Ott, Quixotic, Everyone Orchestra, The Lil Smokies, Dumpstaphunk, Con Brio, Kitchen Dwellers, Shook Twins, ProbCause, and more. The announcement also iterated that there will be two more major headliners announced in April and May, respectively.All in all, this year’s 6th Annual ARISE Music Festival will feature well over 200 scheduled performances and presentations throughout the weekend. The 2018 edition of ARISE will also be conscious of the local environment: the festival will continue its long-standing commitment to plant one tree for every ticket sold, in addition to maintaining unwavering leave-no-trace ethos. As always, ARISE aims to be a “vehicle for community-building and creating a festival experience which inspires positivity, joy and active engagement in issues of social justice.”Other audience attractions and amenities at ARISE include yoga, workshops, art, film, activism, and a renowned Children’s Village, in addition to all the usual fun, creativity, and community of a three-day camping festival. Head to the festival website for more information.ARISE Music Festival 2018 Initial LineupSlightly StoopidThievery CorporationTrevor HallPepperLiving LegendsOtt.QuixoticEveryone OrchestraThe Lil SmokiesStart Making SenseDumpstaphunkKitchen DwellersCharlestheFirstBass PhysicsAyla NereoCon BrioShook TwinsThe Dustbowl RevivalProbCauseDustin ThomasFriends And FamilyEminence EnsembleBridget Law – Artist At LargeDYNOHUNTERPlantraeThe WooksTubby Love &∙Amber LilyDragondeerEthan TuckerMagna CardaGasoline LollipopsThe Peace PoetsSkydyedRoots of Creation’s Grateful DubOld Salt UnionMikey ThunderDead FloydTrevor GreenJyemo ClubLunar FireXiuhtezcatlSpectacleTIERRO w/ Bridget LawThe BurnedKatie GrayDubSkinMeadow MountainThe JaunteeIntuitBijay Shrestha & Andy SkellengerMegan HamiltonGuerrilla FanfareLey LineIndigenous Sisters of Hip-Hop featuring Lyla June, La Marea and Katrina BenallyFunkStatikTelemetryProximityTotemAndrew SturtzFierce le FeyMountainUsRhythm Sanctuary[Cover photo: Eric Allen Photography/ARISE Facebook]
Related Shows At each performance Katie Dufrense, TJ Mannix, Nicole C. Hastings, Andrew Knox, Tessa Hersh, Matthew Van Colton and Douglas Widick hit the stage without scripts or rehearsals to perform a brand new musical that audiences help create. Those in attendance use their smartphones to choose a title, write lyrics and compose a score. View Comments Blank! is co-created by Michael Girts, Mike Descoteaux and T.J. Shanoff. The production is a collaboration between Uprights Citizens Brigade and Livecube, a mobile technology app that will be utilized by theatergoers during the show. Perhaps the “next-generation theatrical sensation” was too ahead of its time. Blank! The Musical will close off-Broadway on November 30. The production began performances on November 1, officially opened on November 17 and had been set to play a six-week limited engagement. Blank! The Musical Show Closed This production ended its run on Nov. 30, 2014
June 18, 2018 Press Release, PSA, Weather Safety Harrisburg, PA – To help workers and businesses impacted by the severe tornadoes that struck the Wilkes-Barre area of Luzerne County and multiple townships in Bradford County last week, Governor Tom Wolf announced the Department of Labor & Industry (L&I) has activated its Rapid Response Coordination Services.“The unsettling sight of damaged businesses is a reminder of the workers’ lives this affects and the families their paychecks support,” said Governor Wolf. “Within hours after the storm hit, we began preparing to help the workers and employers to get back on their feet.”A team of specialists from the department’s Rapid Response Coordination Services (RRCS) is already working with local officials and businesses. They are meeting with the employers and affected workers to provide information about and access to services, including unemployment insurance, health and pension benefits, financial credit counseling, training programs, job search activities, education services, and social service programs, among others.“Whenever natural disasters create sudden changes in employment, it is a difficult and uncertain time for employees and their families,” said Oleksiak. “Labor & Industry stands ready to help mitigate the hardships and stress displaced workers go through when dealing with an unanticipated loss of income, whether that be from a natural disaster or a mass layoff event.”RRCS activities are typically triggered by a layoff or closure, but can also be activated in response to job or business loss from natural disasters. The RRCS coordinator contacts the company to schedule a meeting, and outline services available. The coordinator will then provide customized and on-site services, in conjunction with the PA CareerLink® network. When rapid response services are complete, affected employees are referred to PA CareerLink® for post-layoff services.Services are state and federally funded, and are provided at no additional charge to the employers and employees, regardless of the reason for the layoffs.The department recently created the Rapid Response Information Guide, which provides a thorough break-down of the program as well as a list of services, resources, and regional contacts for easy referencing. To view the guide, visit Rapid Response Information Guide. Wolf Administration Assisting Workers and Businesses Impacted by Tornadoes in Northeastern Pennsylvania SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Kohli has gotten going with a boundary off Starc. The scoring rate has increased in the last couple of minutes and India are making a move on. Uh oh! The rain is back just as the players were coming on the field. It looks like we will have an early lunch. Yes, we will have an early lunch. 13:43 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In We may have to wait for the start of day 3. It is drizzling at the moment in Adelaide and the main pitch is under covers. However, it will not be a long delay. 13:33 (IST) India’s lead is now past 50. This is a major boost for Virat Kohli’s side and they will be eyeing a major lead. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 12:49 (IST) 05:50 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In That will be tea on day 3 of the Adelaide Test. India have stretched the lead past 100 and Australia will need a monumental effort to take the remaining wickets. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Pujara has been given out LBW this time. He reviews it and would you believe it, he gets away with it again. He comes down the track and the ball hits the pad, but hawkeye shows the ball is going over the stumps. Great reviews by Che Pujara. Rahul and Pujara are slowly blunting the opposition pace attack and they are all set to take the lead past 100. Australia need some quick wickets. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 06:35 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 07:12 (IST) Lyon finds the boundary again, this time he sweeps Ravichandran Ashwin to the fine leg fence and the deficit is now just 22 runs. The tail has once again stung India and this is a vital passage of play. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 05:36 (IST) 08:01 (IST) 10:41 (IST) 08:59 (IST) New Delhi: Travis Head and his partnerships with the tail helped Australia reduce the deficit to 15 runs on a raqin-interrupted day in Adelaide. KL Rahul and Murali Vijay strung a solid opening stand while India were boosted by another gritty stand between Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli. The Indian skipper went past 1000 runs in Australia in Tests but his dismissal for 34 stalled India’s momentum. At stumps on day 3, India’s lead has reached 166 and Pujara will hold the key if they are to reach a total in excess of 300 on day 4. (SCORECARD) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 12:55 (IST) 12:12 (IST) Hazlewood and Starc are getting plenty of movement and the bounce is also true. India have started off very slowly. One feels it is the right move. Here come the players. Big task for India as they look to take the remaining wickets quickly. 12:22 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 11:14 (IST) Brilliant shot from Rahul as he lofts Pat Cummins inside-out over deep cover for a magnificen six. The opening partnership is now worth 50 and Australia are under severe pressure now. WICKET! Oh no, just four overs remain in the day and Nathan Lyon has gotten the massive wicket of Virat Kohli for 34. Good ball. Offspinner lands on the rough and kicks off the deck, it spins back in and Kohli gets a big inside edge onto the pad and Finch at short leg takes the catch Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 11:03 (IST) Pujara gets going in style with a magnificent square cut off Starc. He rode the bounce well and cracked it between the gap at deep backward point Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In WICKET! Finally, India have managed to get the wicket of Head. Ends a superb knock. Shami comes round the wicket and gets the length ball to straighten outside off, it bounces a bit more and Head edges it to Pant. Great knock and this has given Australia a toe-hold in this game. Travis Head c Pant b Shami 72 Finally, Australia get the breakthrough. Mitchell Starc angles a full ball across off and Vijay pokes at it, the edge flies to second slip where Peter Handscomb latches onto it. Australia need a lot of wickets if they have to restrict India. 09:17 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In WICKET! Oh dear. Bad shot from Starc and Jasprit Bumrah has his wicket. Full ball and holding it’s line outside off, Starc is tempted into the drive and the edge is taken by Pant. As soon as the wicket falls, the rain comes and the players walk off the field. 07:58 (IST) KL Rahul and Murali Vijay have weathered the storm against Starc and Hazlewood. Rahul gets going with a boundary off Cummins and both openers are closing in on a fifty-run stand. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In A warm welcome to day 3 of the Adelaide Test. This is normally the time in the Test match where the result is more-or-less determined. Australia trail by 59 but only three wickets remain. Travis Head holds the key for the hosts. 10:08 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In The second session was supposed to begin but a mid-lunch downpour has delayed the start again. Play will resume at 9:15 AM. The fans are being entertained by Shikhar Dhawan who is dancing near the long off fence. 11:07 (IST) Although run-scoring is very difficult, both batsmen are prepared to grind it out. The Australian bowlers have also maintained their discipline. Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara are nearing fifties and India are making rapid progress. Australia are now in that zone where they are becoming deflated. 10:53 (IST) 07:41 (IST) 13:23 (IST) Once again, the tail is hurting India. The last two wickets have added 93 runs. Here is an article that has summed up India’s overseas woes. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 08:12 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 06:41 (IST) That is stumps on day 3 in Adelaide. Yet another sluggish day in which run-scoring was difficult. India are ahead by 166 runs and Cheteshwar Pujara has once again stamped his class with a magnificent 40*. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 13:19 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 09:37 (IST) India have finally managed to take the lead. It is 15 runs but it is a crucial 15 runs. The tail has gotten Australia very close to the total, with Travis Head scoring a gritty 72. 12:28 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Play to resume at 7:30 AM IST. We will have an update on the revised session timings. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Kohli has finally scored a run against Pat Cummins. Can you believe that he did not score a run in two Tests against him!!! 07:51 (IST) Lyon gets a boundary to third man and the deficit comes down even further. There is an LBW appeal in the next ball as Bumrah spears the yorker in but the batsman got an inside edge. The latest update from Adelaide Oval is that play will start at 6:15 AM IST, which is 11:15 AM Australia time. Lunch session will be at 8:15. No overs lost 13:59 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In We are all ready to start. Play can be extended till 1:30 PM IST. Mitchell Starc will open the bowling and KL Rahul gets off the mark 05:36 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Cheteshwar Pujara is given OUT and he decides to review. He was given out caught behind but hot spot and real-time snicko shows nothing. The batsman will survive. The final hour will now begin. Australia will be aiming for some quick wickets but India are in the driver’s seat. Cricket Australia have given us the latest update and it says the sun is breaking through and the rain has stopped. We might not have to wait that long for the match to begin. 06:15 (IST) 10:21 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Pujara smashes a four and he is nearing a fifty. The lead is also now 150. This is the session which could swing the result India’s way. Poor shot from KL Rahul. Full ball in the zone outside off, it holds it’s line as Rahul goes for the booming drive without any feet movement, the edge is taken by Paine. In comes King Kohli. KL Rahul c Paine b Hazlewood 44 (67). 05:29 (IST) Virat Kohli has become the fourth batsman to hit 1000 runs in Tests against Australia. India are making slow progress but both batsmen have ensured that India have a sizeable lead. 10:15 (IST) The bigger covers are coming on and the groundstaff are expecting some more rain. Looks like the delay will be a bit longer. 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