Last year, Catskill Chill said farewell to their longtime home at Camp Minglewood with an exceptional celebration, bringing out artists like Lotus, moe., Zappa Plays Zappa and a whole lot more. Among the many performers to grace the beloved festival’s stages was Twiddle, who played both a Dead Set and traditional set on the main stage.The Vermont jammers rocked hard during their hour and a half allotment from 2:30-4 AM, welcoming out guitarist Wiley Griffin and keyboardist Todd Stoops during various moments of their jam-heavy set. The set was a sweet one, with Twiddle playing outside the box for a truly memorable set of music. TFortunately, thanks to Catskill Chill, we now have full video of the set! Watch the magic as it unfolds, below.Setlist: Twiddle at Catskill Chill, Hancock, NY – 9/19/15Zazu’s Flight, Beehop (w/ Wiley Griffin on guitar), Wasabi Eruption > The Box > Star Wars Theme > The Box, Brown Chicken Brown Cow (w/ Todd Stoops on keys), Jamflowman>FrankenfooteFull A/V credits for the video below:Video Directed by John DeeneyCamera Operators:Brian OcchipintiJeremy SchanielMichael MooreJared HannaBrian BlaireAudio Engineer – Joe Mango
26 August 2013 Deputy Trade and Industry Minister Elizabeth Thabethe is in Mozambique this week with a delegation of South African business people taking part in the Feira Internacional De Maputo (Facim). The Maputo trade fair draws around 50 000 visitors and exhibitors from around the world every year. It runs from Monday through to Sunday. The South African National Pavilion at the fair aims to showcase South Africa’s trade and investment potential while attracting potential buyers, distributors and agents for the participating companies. According Thabethe, relations between South Africa and Mozambique are very close, underpinned by growing ties in trade, investment tourism, migration and security. The two countries signed a memorandum of understanding on economic co-operation in 2005. In 2012, exports from South Africa to Mozambique stood at R18.9-billion while South Africa’s imports from Mozambique stood at R10.4-billion. South African sectors targeted for the Maputo trade fair include agriculture and agro-processing, mining and capital equipment, electro-technical equipment, automotive components, security equipment and protective gear, and boat-building. SAinfo reporter
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The 44th episode of the Ohio Ag Net Podcast, brought to you by AgriGold, brings in a number of topics and guests. Matt Reese has love advice ahead the upcoming National Farm Machinery Show which lands on Valentine’s Day. Ty Higgins is joined by Jeff Moyer of the Rodale Institute, keynote speaker of this week’s OEFFA Conference. On the them of organic, Joel hears from Dale Nordquist of the University of Minnesota, comparing conventional and organic dairy production from a financial standpoint.
Sign up for a free trial and get instant access to this article as well as GBA’s complete library of premium articles and construction details. Start Free Trial Already a member? Log in Energy myths are persistent, in spite of the fact that energy experts spend a good deal of time performing debunking duty. Many energy experts collect misguided energy-saving tips as a hobby, and pick the myths apart with the dedication of an 18th-century amateur scientist.In a previous blog, I presented my own list of ten energy myths. My collection included these old chestnuts:Two other myth-collecting hobbyists are Rick Diamond and Mithra Moezzi, researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. They presented their list of energy myths in a paper, “Revealing Myths about People, Energy and Buildings.” Here are some myths they shared:While many writers have assembled similar lists, one myth debunker stands head-and-shoulders above his peers: Michael Blasnik. A researcher and statistician with a steel-trap mind, Blasnik takes nothing on faith. His approach is always the same: “Show me the data.”A featured speaker at many conferences, Blasnik has presented different versions of his energy-myths collection over the years. Although GBA has highlighted Blasnik’s myth list before (see, for example, Rob Moody’s August 2009 blog, “How Not to Save Energy”), the myths that Blasnik mentions keep popping up regularly and therefore bear repeating.Here’s a selection from Blasnik’s myth list:Blasnik has several other examples of energy-saving recommendations that result in zero or trivial savings. These include:At most of his presentations, Blasnik balances myth-debunking with a list of energy retrofit measures that are actually useful. He recommends:Some energy-saving tips are simple actions that don’t require any retrofit work. According to Blasnik, the following actions are well worth considering:Calling all myth collectors: if you have some myths you’d like to share (and debunk), post them below.[Author’s note to classical scholars: Yes, I know that the word “myth” is not synonymous with… This article is only available to GBA Prime Members
“I love it. It’s something that I look forward to because it gives me energy,” he said.Though Brown only played two games for the Beermen, it was enough to leave a lasting memory on him.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutHe had his moments in his short stint, making game-winning putback to lift the Beermen over Meralco back in the 2011 PBA Commissioner’s Cup before getting replaced by David Young.And what made his return to the country more special was the same electric energy the crowd had at Mall of Asia Arena on Sunday. LATEST STORIES “I remember the energy the crowd gives and it was great to be back and play in the Philippines,” he said.Unfortunately for Brown, Japan remained winless in the first round of the Asian qualifiers following an 84-89 loss as the Japanese saw their comeback bid fall short against Jayson Castro and Co.“I thought we were in the game,” shared Brown, who tallied 16 points and eight rebounds for his side.Despite his solid numbers, the 6-foot-4 forward rued his free throw woes, going 2-of-10 from the charity stripe as the Akatsuki Five also missed 15 free throws as a whole in the game.“That’s terrible,” admitted Brown, who now faces an uphill climb if he wants to lead Japan to the second round of the Asian qualifiers. “I can’t do that if we want to beat teams especially on the road. I gotta do better job at that.”ADVERTISEMENT LOOK: Iya Villania meets ‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ cast in Mexico Lesnar set for WrestleMania rematch after 7-man Elimination Chamber Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. AFP official booed out of forum Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles01:35U.S. urges Japan, South Korea to share intel00:50Trending Articles01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netIt felt like a homecoming of sorts for Ira Brown when Japan flew to Manila to face Gilas Pilipinas for the second time in the 2019 Fiba World Cup Asian qualifiers.Now playing as a naturalized player for Akatsuki Five, the 35-year-old forward’s memories came rushing back to him as he recounted his days playing in the PBA in front of the Filipino fans as a reinforcement for San Miguel.ADVERTISEMENT Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Google honors food scientist, banana ketchup inventor and war hero Maria Orosa MOST READ Pussycat Dolls set for reunion tour after 10-year hiatus Families in US enclave in north Mexico hold sad Thanksgiving View comments John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Read Next
Bad blood marred an otherwise absorbing day of cricket on Tuesday with South African left-arm spinner Paul Harris accusing Indian pacer S Sreesanth of making personal remarks on home side captain Graeme Smith during an altercation in Durban.2nd Test: India fancy their chance at DurbanSreesanth and Smith appeared to exchange words and the South African captain pointed his bat at the Indian pacer shortly before his dismissal for 37 just before the tea break on the third day of the second Test at Kingsmead.”We all know that normally Smith never reacts on the ground but I am sure he must have something personal. If Sreesanth has done that it’s not great for him to do that. If he wants to do that he can do that,” Harris said at the post-match press conference.”The series is being played in good spirit. Remember number one and number two teams are playing against each other so you have to play hard, but you should not get personal,” he added.Indian batsman VVS Laxman, who hit a brilliant 96 on Tuesday, said he was not sure what had happened but defended Sreesanth, saying that South African bowlers had also done the same to the visiting batsmen.”It is a series between two top teams and in a tussle like that it’s bound to happen,” Laxman said.”It’s not only Sreesanth saying something to Graeme Smith but their bowlers have come at us hard. Both teams want to win badly. The intensity at which the game is being played is high.”advertisementWith inputs from PTI
zoomImage Courtesy: Préfet de la Martinique The anchor handler tug supply (AHTS) vessel Bourbon Rhode, that was hit by a category four hurricane in the Atlantic Ocean, has sunk.Mobilized rescue teams have recovered a lifeboat with 3 crew members inside, according to the French offshore vessel owner Bourbon.“The 3 crew members are currently taken in charge by the medical support team onboard the commercial vessel, which provided assistance, and are currently placed under medical observation,” the company earlier said.Search efforts for the remaining 11 crew members are in full swing, with support of Cross AG (Regional Operational Center of Surveillance and Rescue) and the French navy, under the authority of the Prefect representing the French national maritime authority.Five commercial vessels have changed course in order to assist the rescue teams. A Falcon 50 of the French navy as well as the aircraft of the American National Hurricane Center (NHC) conducted numerous overflights of the search area. The French navy’s surveillance frigate and helicopter were scheduled to intervene on September 30.Bourbon Rhode developed a water ingress in the rear part after it was hit by the category four hurricane while headed for Guyana. At the time, the unit was some 1,200 nautical miles off Martinique Island and 60 nautical miles south-south east from the eye of the hurricane Lorenzo in the Atlantic Ocean.#OpérationSauvetageEnMer #Falcon50 a repéré un radeau de sauvetage avec 3 hommes à bord. @ag_cross continue les recherches des 3 autres radeaux avec un avion USA et 4 navires. Le Ventôse et son hélico arriveront sur site dans la nuit de dimanche à lundi https://t.co/kBHrXEuGya pic.twitter.com/gimCcsm2VP— Préfet de la Martinique (@Prefet972) September 28, 2019