lFats & OilsWith bakers under pressure to reduce sat fats and use sustainable oils, what are the options? lFree-fromWe look at why sales of gluten-free breadshave gone through the rooflThe Big InterviewThe resurgence of Hovis’ market share has been the big story in wrapped bread. We ask brand boss Jon Goldstone how they did it
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Check out the full schedule of upcoming shows on the L4LM LiveList Channel, and be sure to head to LiveList and discover more live streaming concerts!L4LM’s LiveList Channel Schedule (all times local) For years, singer Ben Harper has made quite the impact on the music scene. Between working his own band, The Innocent Criminals, to performing with Charlie Musselwhite and more, there’s just nothing quite like Harper’s iconic sound. With a new album, Call It What It Is, due out on April 8th, Harper has been gearing up with some prime performances, including this session at the Skype Live Studio in Portland, OR.With Harper’s smooth vocals leading the way, this is sure to be one for the books!You can enjoy the Ben Harper’s performance beginning at 2 PM Eastern on the L4LM LiveList Channel, via the player below:
Grateful Dead Performs “Truckin”, “Morning Dew” From ‘Europe ’72’, On This Day 48 Years Ago [Listen]
48 years ago tonight, the Grateful Dead closed out their infamous Europe ’72 Tour with the final show as part of a four-night run at the Lyceum Theatre in London on May 23rd-26th, 1972. It was during the tour’s final show when the band performed a pair of songs in “Truckin’” and “Morning Dew” which would go on to be featured on the Dead’s Europe ’72 live double-album.Related: Grateful Dead’s “Sugar Magnolia” Featured On ‘Europe ’72’ Performed In Paris On This Day in 1972The performances of both Grateful Dead fan favorites came at the start of the show’s second set. Following a loaded first set which included early-Dead setlist staples like “Sugaree”, “Mr. Charlie”, “Playing In The Band”, and “Jack Straw”, the band returned to open the second half of the show with “Truckin’”. As fans who’ve heard the show’s recording already know, guitarist Bob Weir introduced the song by proudly stating its position atop the radio charts in Turlock, CA. Their performance of “Truckin’” that night would also go on to be stretched out to an impressive 18-minute jam. Following a performance of “The Other One”, the band slowed things down to emerge from the psychedelic jam into their cover of Bonnie Dobson‘s indie-folk tune, “Morning Dew”.The band’s longtime recording tech Betty Cantor-Jackson recently shared her wild memories of the tour’s final performance during a Reddit AMA, as she stated:I was in Europe ’72 at the Lyceum in London. It was one of the last nights and everybody was very high. I was out in the truck recording, and all of a sudden the truck starts rocking and banging. I was in this metal box, with people banging on the side the truck, and I’m higher than crap. So, I called out to the stage for help.Buddy Cage with the New Riders saw what happened. He said Rex went over to the big fire door, it was like four inches thick, he ripped that door right off and wiped out the five guys out who were beating on the truck. He rescued me. That was fun memory.Listen to the entire show featuring a second set “Truckin’” and “Morning Dew” below.Grateful Dead – Lyceum Theatre – 5/26/1972[Video: Jonathan Aizen]
In a ceremony last month in Oviedo, Spain, King Felipe VI presented Harvard political philosopher Michael Sandel with the 2018 Princess of Asturias Award for Social Sciences. The Asturias Awards, the most prestigious in the Spanish-speaking world, recognize outstanding achievement in eight categories, including science, literature, the arts, and concord.Sandel, the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of Government, received the award along with filmmaker Martin Scorsese (Arts), Swedish geneticist Svante Pääbo (Science), and oceanographer Sylvia Earle (Concord).In conferring the Social Science award on Sandel, the King cited his “extraordinary ability” to promote “dialogue and public debate [about] justice and the common good,” and to make these questions part of “people’s daily life.”Michael Sandel is recognized for his work “on the normative foundations of liberal democracy as well as the defense of civic virtues and the diverse ways of conceiving good in our societies.”Sandel’s books — on justice, democracy, ethics, and markets — relate the enduring questions of political philosophy to the most vexing issues of our time and have been translated into 29 languages.The award ceremony, held in the resplendent Belle-Époque Teatro Campoamor, was televised live on Spanish national television. Cheering crowds serenaded by bagpipe players in traditional garb lined the streets of Oviedo, a regional capital in northern Spain, as the laureates and their royal hosts made their way to the theater.In his speech accepting the award, Sandel explained how his interest in political philosophy came late, during graduate school, and grew out of a long-standing fascination with politics and economics.“What attracted me to philosophy was not its abstraction but its inescapability, and the light it sheds on our everyday lives. Understood in this way, philosophy belongs not only in the classroom but in the public square, where citizens reason and argue about the common good,” he said. Read Full Story
The start of a new year brings a renewed focus on the future and a renewed commitment to what we do best. In 2017, our focus remains on leading the digital transformation. That means providing our customers with innovation that’s not simply ahead of the curve, but will help them innovate and thrive for the next 3, 5, and 10 years.This begins with tools that turn ideas into reality, create new and better ways of working, and allow employees to stay actively engaged in the success of the business. From modernizing end-user technology with beautiful, innovative devices designed specifically for the way people work, to creating new ways of working with digital workspaces that deliver easy, secure access on any device, we’re powering workplace transformation with seamless, user-centric experiences.With mobility at the core of today’s workplace, it’s essential to invest in next-generation wireless solutions at the network edge, as well as the switching components that support them. One of the latest technologies, referred to as multi-gig Ethernet or IEEE P802.3bz, enables delivery of 2.5Gbps and 5Gbps data rates and Power over Ethernet via widely deployed standard Cat5e cables.In 2016, Dell EMC introduced wireless access points that embrace the 802.11ac Wave 2 standard, designed to provide high capacity access and easy integration into campus environments. Our latest W-Series 330 series access points take that wireless innovation even further by enabling 2.5Gbps uplink connections, utilizing the multi-gig Ethernet technology for maximum data throughput and efficiency between wireless users and the wired network. </p><p>Today, we’re introducing the N3132PX-ON and N2128PX-ON* switches featuring multi-gig Ethernet ports. In addition to enabling multi-gig connections over existing Cat5e and Cat6 cabling, the N3132PX-ON and N2128PX-ON switches bring Open Networking (ONIE) to the campus; enabling support for third-party operating systems as well as shipping with Dell OS6. The N3132PX-ON and N2128PX-ON switches offer up to 32 PoE 60W connections and 10GbE ports, with 40GbE uplinks on the N3132PX-ON.The simplified scalability and OS flexibility offered by the N3132PX-ON and N2128PX-ON continues the legacy of investment protection that our customers expect from our N-Series line of L2/L3 switches, as well as the tools they need to confidently grow their business.Read more about the next-gen features and benefits of the N3132PX-ON and check out the complete family of N3000 switches at dell.com/N3000.*The N2128PX-ON supports 1/2.5GbE connections and is expected to be available in Spring 2017.
View Comments Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today.Andrew Rannells Throws ShadeStage and screen fave Andrew Rannells will appear in the final season of HBO’s Girls beginning on February 12. Since Falsettos closed, we’re excited to have a weekly dose of the Tony nominee. He recently stopped by Watch What Happens Live, where host Andy Cohen had Rannells take questions from Little Shady Frannie (think Little Orphan Annie, only shady and nasty). Frannie slung shade left and right (“What’s the worst Hamilton song? I know there are so many!”), but Rannells remained like class in a glass—save for one amazing zinger. When asked about the worst person to play Hedwig on Broadway, Rannells threw out a legendary quip. Take a look below! Andrew Rannells (Photo: Charles Sykes/Bravo) John Lithgow & Anna Kendrick Are Hanging OutVariety reports that two-time Tony winner John Lithgow will appear in Pitch Perfect 3, set to hit theaters on December 22. As reported, Skylar Astin and his aca-awesome guy gang will not appear in this installment, but original stars Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Anna Camp and Brittany Snow are back at it. So the question is: Will Lithgow sing? We hope he gives the people what they want!Carol Burnett Returns to the Small ScreenCarol Burnett is joining forces with Amy Poehler to produce a pilot for ABC, Variety reports. Created by Michael Saltzman and titled Household Name, the comedy focuses on a family that has the opportunity to live in the house of their dreams—along with its batty previous owner, an over-the-top actress to be played by Burnett. Basically, it sounds like one of our wildest dreams come to life, so we can’t wait.Once Upon a Time Gets a Musical EpisodeThe play’s musical’s the thing! Following in the footsteps (or perhaps cape flaps) of Supergirl and The Flash, ABC’s Once Upon a Time will air a musical episode during its sixth season. According to Entertainment Weekly, further details about the episode are slated to come out in the spring, but stars Jennifer Morrison, Josh Dallas and Ginnifer Goodwin apparently have musical backgrounds. Once Upon a Time’s new season premieres on March 5.Neil Simon’s Plaza Suite Inspires FilmThree-time Tony and Pulitzer Prize winner Neil Simon’s play Plaza Suite will serve as the inspiration for Paramount’s The Villas, Deadline reports. Dan Hernandez and Benji Samit will pen the film, which will chronicle several relationships taking place at the same hotel, or in this version, a collection of villas in Las Vegas.P.S. The Book of Mormon Tony nominee (and Beauty and the Beast star) Josh Gad has made another musical number for Donald Trump’s campaign manager turned White House advisor Kellyanne Conway. This time, he’s reverting back to his Elder Cunningham persona to put a political twist on “Making Things Up Again” from the Tony-winning show. I’m a man of my word. #youremakingthingsupagainconway NSFW Enjoy before the state department pulls it down. pic.twitter.com/LRlfxQ8XUu— Josh Gad (@joshgad) February 3, 2017
Cooperation between Guatemalan and U.S. authorities is proving to be an effective tactic in the fight against international drug trafficking. For the third time since March, Guatemala has extradited a drug trafficking suspect to the United States: Byron Linares Cordón, who was delivered into U.S. custody September 23. There, federal prosecutors in the District of Colombia have charged Linares Cordón with trafficking massive amounts of cocaine into the United States. And federal prosecutors in Florida have charged him with conspiracy to import drugs into the country. The U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency places him as second in command under Otto Herrera García – another narco-trafficker who, in 2008, was extradited from Guatemala to the U.S.. In the spring, prior to Linares Cordón’s departure from Guatemala, the country extradited two other alleged major drug traffickers to the United States: Juan Alberto Ortíz-López – also known as “Chamale” and “Juanito” – and Waldemar Lorenzana Lima. Lorenzana Lima, also known as “The Patriarch,” was captured in April 2011 by Public Ministry anti-narcotics agents and National Civil Police (PNC) agents. The arrest came after an extradition request from the United States. The Patriarch filed multiple motions to avoid delivery to the U.S., but a Guatemalan appeals court denied the last in July 2013. The Patriarch conspired with the Sinaloa Cartel, a Mexican transnational criminal organization, to traffic large amounts of drugs. He pleaded guilty in the U.S. to conspiring cocaine to the United States. No sentencing date has been sent. “For years, members of the Lorenzana family smuggled cocaine to the United States with impunity,” Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Acting Special Agent in Charge Robert Patterson said after The Patriarch’ guilty plea. Meanwhile, two of The Patriarch’s children – also alleged members of his drug trafficking organization – have been captured by Guatemalan security forces and are awaiting extradition to the U.S. A third remains at large. The other suspect recently extradited to the U.S., Chamale, faces a possible sentence of life in prison if he is convicted of drug trafficking charges in Florida. Guatemalan soldiers and police captured Chamale at his home in the city of Quetzaltenango on March 30, 2011. At the time, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration alleged that Chamale led one of the largest drug trafficking organizations in Guatemala. His organization allegedly transported multi-ton shipments of cocaine from Guatemala through Mexico and into the U.S., according to the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). U.S. federal prosecutors have charged Chamale with “conspiring with other persons, to possess with the intent to distribute five kilograms or more of cocaine” as well as “knowing and intending that such substance would be unlawfully imported into the United States,” according to an FBI press release. The best of the best it is already signed By Dialogo September 26, 2014
The National Credit Union’s (NCUA’s) fixed-assets final rule is effective as of Oct. 2, and the agency has provided several pieces of guidance for credit unions. In a supervisory letter (SL-15-03), the NCUA’s Office of Examination and Insurance provides information for agency field staff, while a letter to credit unions (15-CU-06) provides information on examination priorities.The fixed-assets rule was finalized by the NCUA in July. It removed the 5% cap on fixed assets and established a six-year time period of partial occupancy of premises. CUNA generally supported the proposal, but urged the NCUA to provide guidance.The final rule also eliminated existing and pending waivers of the 5% limit on fixed assets. Waivers associated with other parts of the rule, such as the occupancy requirements, remain in effect.According to its letter to federally insured credit unions, examiners will no longer focus on fixed assets, unless any of the following conditions occur: continue reading » 13SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) – Two Rivers Church was in the full swing of holiday celebrations on Sunday as hundreds gathered to worship and enjoy the countdown to Christmas. Two Rivers Church will have a Christmas Eve service at 5 p.m. for those wishing to attend. The church says all are welcome. “Just really fun to sing with everybody and just worship. It was just a celebration there today and it was a really good time,” Snider said. “It’s really not about the gift of presents, so much as the gift of presence [of Christ].” Amidst all of the holiday mayhem, Snider was thankful for being able to enjoy a day of celebration with his community. A similar celebratory event was also held at the church’s other locations in Corning, Cortland and Ithaca. “We just love celebrating with our community,” Snider said. “It’s just an honor and a pleasure to host everyone here today.” Binghamton community pastor John Snider told 12 News between 500 and 600 people came to the church, taking part in a hot cocoa bar, cookie decorating, pictures with Santa Claus, hay rides, and worship.