Colorado’s Big Gigantic is about to head out on their Got The Love Tour in a little over a week’s time, which will see the duo of Dominic Lalli and Jeremy Salken head down to Atlanta, GA for a show at the Coca-Cola Roxy on Saturday, February 10th with support from Shallou (purchase tickets here). To compliment their musical stylings, Big G’s performance is enhanced by state-of-the-art production and set designs which have helped make the group a must-see headliner and top tier festival act across the board, at venues and events such as Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Coachella, Bonnaroo, Ultra Music Festival, Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits, and more.In 2016, the electronic, hip-hop, and jazz-influenced group dropped their hit album Brighter Future, which debuted at #1 on iTunes Electronic charts and #2 on Billboard Dance / Electronic chart. The album features guest spots from the likes of Waka Flocka Flame (“Highly Possible”), GRiZ (“C’mon”), as well as Trey Anastasio Band’s two leading ladies Jennifer Hartswick (“I’ve Gotta Know” and “Got The Love”) and Natalie Cressman (“No Apologies”), to name a few. A few months back, Big G released the remix compilation of the album, Brighter Future Remixed, which finds the likes of Kasbo, Manic Focus, Kill The Zo (Matt Zo and Kill The Noise), Naderi, and more.“Got The Love” ft. Jennifer Hartswick:[via Big Gigantic]Big Gigantic are firm believers in music with a purpose, as the duo has been involved in various charities and non-profit organizations from day one, including Conscious Alliance and their own A Big Gigantic Difference Foundation. In an interview with Dancing Astronaut, Lalli discussed the group’s charitable endeavors, specifically with Youth On Record, an orgnaization that aims to “empower 1,000 teens in some of Denver’s most vulnerable communities to make life choices that positively impact their future by teaching them to develop the coping tools, inspiration, and wherewithal to succeed in today’s world and to become leaders.”“It’s great to help out the community we live in,” Lalli explained. “If we are giving instruments to kids that are in our community, that’s just passing the torch on to the next generation. It’s great to be able to do it locally, because we’re able to come down and help in person.”Joining Big G in the support spot is Shallou, an indie-electronic producer based out of Chicago, IL. Downtempo, ambient, ethereal beats and vocals highlight the sounds of his 2017 debut EP All Becomes Okay. Shallou has also released a beautiful cover of Radiohead‘s “Motion Picture Soundtrack,” honoring the group that provided early inspiration for the artist. Shallou is the perfect compliment to Big G’s bangers, with a style that will get the crowd grooving early and often.Shallou “You and Me”:[via Soundcloud]Big Gigantic recently released their Winter Chill Mix Vol. 4, which sees Lalli and Salken re-create tracks from artists that have been on their own personal playlist as of late, such as Jaw Gems, Hayden Gems, Flamingosis, Portugal. The Man, Point Point, and Anderson .Paak, among others. Take a listen below:Big Gigantic Winter Chill Mix Vol. 4:[via Soundcloud]Big Gigantic Winter Chill TracklistHeatweaver – Jaw GemsNumb (feat. GRACE) – Hayden JamesStay Close – Anth MFeel It Still – Portugal. The Man (Nikö Blank Remix)Braindrain – Sun ParadePromises (feat. Noah Slee) – Ben EsserFlight Of The Flamingo – FlamingosisListen To Soul, Listen To Blues – SAFIACloser (feat. Jennie A.) – LemaitreBring The Funk Back – Big Gigantic (The Geek x Vrv Remix)Electric (feat. Khalid) – Alina Baraz (ID remix)No Fear – DeJ LoafHands (feat. Denai Moore) – Point PointC’mon (feat. GRiZ) – Big Gigantic (Cloudchord Remix)South Of The River – Tom MischAm I Wrong (feat. Schoolboy Q) – Anderson PaakWalk With Me (feat. KUČKA) – Cosmo’s MidnightOver & Under – Party PupilsSide King – Jaw Gems (Dom Sax Outro mix)Tickets for the show are currently on-sale and can be purchased here. For event updates and additional information, join the Facebook Event page.[Cover photo via Nathan Bakken]Enter To Win A Pair Of Tickets:<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span>
Community Capital is one of 41 organizations nationwide to recieve a Technical Assistance Award from the U.S. Department of Treasury’s CDFI Fund. CDFIs – Community Development Financial institutions – are specialized organizations that respond to financial gaps in their local markets.Totaling $50,000, this grant will be used by Community Capital over the next two years to fund a variety of activities that will improve Community Capital’s ability to offer flexible and affordable financing and technical assistance to new and growing businesses that do not yet have access to traditional bank financing.Specific activities include: a tri-county market assessment for Orange, Lamoille, and Washington counties to identify unmet demand for alternative commercial financing, an internal organizational assessment conducted by CDFI industry leaders, board and staff training, strategic planning, and technology upgrades.Founded in 1995 as the Central Vermont Revolving Loan Fund, Community Capital has lent over $1.5 million in flexible and affordable loans to 58 micro and small businesses that are not yet able to qualify for a traditional bank loan. Almost half of those businesses have in turn benefited from over 1,000 hours of specialized post-loan business counseling, a unique program available only to borrowers of Community Capital.Other funding for Community Capital comes from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the Vermont Community Development Program, and a variety of local bank and other private donations. For more information, contact Emily Kaminsky at 802-479-1053, ext. 263. Or, visit our website at www.cvcapital.org(link is external). Community Capital is a partner of Central Vermont Community Action Council.
47SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Will you make financial resolutions for the new year?If so, you’re not alone. According to a study done by Fidelity Investments, financial resolutions are the most popular kind of new year self-improvement. Not only that, but they’re also the most successful, with 29% of people surveyed reaching their financial goals and 74% getting halfway there. Compared to the 12% success rate for resolutions concerning health and fitness, planning to get your finances in order seems like the way to go in 2016!You don’t want to just make resolutions, though — you want to be part of the 29% that stick with them all the way through the year. To set yourself up for financial success in 2016, you first need to understand your relationship with your finances. continue reading »
Nov. 13 from 3:30pm – 3:45pm Target in Vestal Nov. 13 from 2:30pm – 3:15pm Tops in Owego Owego Kitchen The health department says anyone who becomes symptomatic is encouraged to contact their doctor and the health department. Visions Federal Credit Union in Owego If you were at the following locations, the department asks you quarantine for 14-days from the date you were exposed to the virus. Nov. 13 from 11:45am – 12:00pm TIOGA COUNTY (WBNG) — The Tioga County Health Department released a public health statement Saturday regarding four locations where people visited that later tested positive for COVID-19. Nov. 13 from 12:00pm – 2:00pm
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‘Never any doubt’ – Dani Ceballos explains why he rejected Real Madrid offer and opted to return to Arsenal Ceballos enjoyed working with Arteta last term (Picture: Getty)Ceballos became a fan favourite with his performances in Arsenal colours, particularly towards the end of last season, and he admits the love and appreciation he’s received from supporters played a major role in his decision.‘I think everyone will have seen last season that from the moment I joined I bought into the club completely and always gave 100 per cent both on and off the pitch,’ Ceballos continued.‘The fans repaid me for that by showing me a lot of love… when I was at home they were sending messages asking me to come back and saying they needed me here.‘I think they’ll be as happy as I am that I’m back and I’m sure we have a great year ahead of us this season. When the coach, the club, the players and everyone is asking you to stay for another year, you realise they see you as a good team-mate and a good player.‘I feel proud that the club, the coach and, most importantly, the fans wanted me to stay, I didn’t doubt it for a second.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalArteta says he’s ‘delighted’ to have Ceballos on board again as the Gunners prepare for their opening Premier League clash away at Fulham on September 12.‘Dani was an integral part of our team last season and finished the season in excellent form,’ the Arsenal head coach said.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘I love Dani’s passion and commitment and he’s a highly skilful player. ‘We’re all delighted to welcome him back and we look forward to seeing him pick up where he left off.’Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page.MORE: Man Utd cult hero Rafael da Silva fires dig at Alexis Sanchez over Arsenal claimMORE: Kai Havertz reveals the major role Frank Lampard played in him joining Chelsea Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 5 Sep 2020 12:22 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link5.8kShares Advertisement Ceballos turned down offers in Spain to return to north London (Picture: Getty)Ceballos had several alternative options back home in Spain but insists a return to Arsenal was always his favoured move this summer. ‘It’s true that I had other options, such as staying at Real Madrid and going back to the Spanish league, where there were teams interested in me,’ he added.‘I spoke to the coach last year, before the FA Cup final, and told him that I wanted to stay at Arsenal and win titles. I’d been really happy with what Mikel [Arteta] had built at the club since I came in.‘I had a great time at this club last season and there was never any doubt in my mind that I wanted to come back.’ Comment Real Madrid have loaned Dani Ceballos to Arsenal for a second successive season (Picture: Getty)Dani Ceballos says there was ‘never any doubt’ in his mind about wanting to come back to Arsenal, despite offers from Real Madrid and other La Liga sides to stay in Spain for the forthcoming season. The 24-year-old midfielder impressed after being loaned from Madrid to Arsenal last season and made no secret of his desire to return to north London ahead of the 2020/21 campaign. Zinedine Zidane made Ceballos wait over his future before sanctioning a second successive temporary move to the Emirates this week and the Spain international is clearly delighted to be back with the Gunners once again. The Spaniard was adamant about wanting to return this summer (Picture: Arsenal)‘I’m very pleased to be back with Arsenal where I had such a good time last season,’ Ceballos told the club’s official website after his second loan was confirmed on Friday night.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘I’m very happy to have come back to a club where I feel important.’ Advertisement
173 Stewart Rd, Clagiraba.A SPRAWLING Clagiraba property with countryside vistas and two impressive homes has sold for $3.45 million.The sale of 173 Stewart Rd marks a record for the suburb, which was set by the same property in 2004 when it sold for $2.14 million.Ray White Prestige Gold Coast agent Josh Thomas said a local family snapped up the property on Wednesday. 173 Stewart Rd, Clagiraba. 173 Stewart Rd, Clagiraba. 173 Stewart Rd, Clagiraba. 173 Stewart Rd, Clagiraba.Coomera River and Guanaba Valley offer stunning views from the property.Mr Thomas said the sellers, brothers John and Carlo Tuminello, were “excited for what the future holds”.The brothers and their young families have lived on the property for the past 13 years.They said in October that it was the perfect property for their shared love of motor cross but they were looking for a larger estate.“It’s one of the nicest properties on the river in the Guanaba Valley,” John Tuminello said.“We’ve had camp-outs and bonfires – the kind of stuff you just can’t do in most backyards.”Mr Thomas said more and more buyers were looking for property in Clagiraba and Guanaba.“It’s becoming quite a sought after part of the Gold Coast because you can get really luxurious properties that give you the real country-style living, but are still just half an hour from the beach,” Mr Thomas said. 173 Stewart Rd, Clagiraba. 173 Stewart Rd, Clagiraba.“I think they were looking at property in general for a year, but they did see this when I first marketed the (home),” Mr Thomas said.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa18 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoThe 14ha property was listed in June last year before Mr Thomas took over the marketing in September.He said it attracted a lot of interest but nothing solid until now.“There were multiple offers on the property and some of those offers had settlement periods that weren’t agreeable to the owners,” Mr Thomas said.There are two houses on the property as well as a separate two-bedroom caretaker’s cottage.One of the houses has five bedrooms and features a formal lounge, fireplace, gym, office and second kitchen.The second house has four bedrooms, a media room, and open-plan kitchen and family room.It also has irrigated and fenced horse paddocks with eight shelters while a stable compound has one bedroom, a bathroom and kitchen.
Share #24 West Florida Out-Slugged #11 Pittsburg State 30-22, 30-24, 30-22 Oct. 14, 2007 Box Score JOPLIN, Mo. – Only eighteen hours earlier, the West Florida volleyball team lost to Missouri Southern in three straight games, but a whole different looking team showed up against Pittsburg State. The Argos setter Madeline Gonzalez set up the offense with 53 assists, as three different hitters had double digit kills. Kimberly Clark led all hitters with 19, while Luciana Rapach had 14, and Isabela Gualberto added 13. Meanwhile, Linda Igbinigie paced the Gorillas with 13 kills.During the first game, Rapach and Igbinigie traded monster kills, until back to back kills from Jamie Nichols and Gualberto gave the Argos a three point lead that they never let go. Rapach and Gualberto ended game one with back to back kills, as UWF finished the first game with 21 kills and only four errors.Early in game two, there was a flourish of nice defensive plays. One particular point included spectacular sprawling digs by Ashlee Maple of Pittsburg State, Jerica Carter, and Jamie Nichols of West Florida, before the point ended with a big block by Rapach and Gualberto. Game two was very tight until Nichols and Clark had back to back kills to put the Argos up 24-19. Sammie Williams and Klaudia Grelowska countered big strong kills for Pittsburg State to close the gap, but Gualberto and Clark recorded back to back kills to close out the game.Game three was the Kimberly Clark show, as the Junior Outside Hitter put away 11 kills in the third game alone. Igbinigie and Grelowska matched her early in the game, and after a Pamela Cartagena kill, the Gorillas were ahead 15-13. Danielle Spitzer tied the score moments later with a powerful kill down the middle, and then a Rapach kill gave the Argos the lead at 18-17. Clark then took over down the stretch with four kills in the last six points for West Florida. Fittingly, Clark then pummeled a kill along the left sideline to end the match.West Florida Head Coach Melissa Wolter was pleased with the performance. “We were firing on all cylinders today, and to beat an outstanding team (Pittsburg State) you have to have multiple players play well, and we did. I was happy with the way our team responded to last night’s loss (3-0 to Missouri Southern). Today, we were very disciplined and stuck to our game plan. This was a great win for us against a solid team.”With the victory, West Florida improved to 24-3 on the season, while Pittsburg State dropped to 22-5 with the loss. West Florida had won 14 straight before losing to Missouri State on Saturday. Pittsburg State had won five straight matches before the loss. Both teams are ranked in the top four in the South Central Region.Jerica Carter lead all players with 24 digs, while Nichols added 10 for West Florida. Williams and Maple each had 13 digs for the Gorillas. Gualberto had five blocks for the Argos to lead all players with net defense. Spitzer hit an impressive .500 with 8 kills and only two errors for UWF. The Argos outslugged the Gorillas in kills by a 63-40 margin. West Florida’s next two matches are at home. Friday, October 19th, West Georgia comes to town for a 7:00 pm match, and Eckerd College takes on the Argos on Sunday, October 21st at 2:00 pm. The Sunday match is a breast Cancer Awareness Event, with T-shirts for the first 500 fans. Print Friendly Version