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Remember Jones Announces Tribute Tour To Amy Winehouse With 15-Piece Band

first_imgIn honor of the five-year anniversary of the tragic loss of Amy Winehouse, Remember Jones is bringing his 15-piece orchestra to five venues across five cities down to the week of her passing this July. As part of a “5 Cities, 5 Shows, 5 Years Gone” tour, the national soul sensation will be blazing through Brooklyn, Chicago, Detroit, Pittsburgh, and Philadelphia, to honor the 10th anniversary of the pop star’s critically-acclaimed album Back To Black. In this one-of-a-kind tribute, the band will recreate the 2006 Grammy-award winning record and include a horn section, strings, a backing choir, and other special guests. Fronted by one of the most enthusiastic, fiercely passionate powerhouses in the game, Remember Jones will lead the ensemble through 17 songs, including the hit singles “Rehab,” “Tears Dry On Their Own,” “You Know I’m No Good,” “Love is a Losing Game,” and the title track, “Back to Black.”The commemorative celebration, dubbed “Back To Back To Black,” has sold out all previous engagements, and is sure to deliver an unforgettable musical experience for all Amy Winehouse fans and beyond. Don’t miss out on the opportunity, and catch Remember Jones in a city near you! Here’s a glimpse from their last tribute performance:Tears Dry on Their Own / Ain’t No MountainFor more information on Remember Jones, visit the band’s website. Ticket prices vary at all venues, so check out the links below for additional details.Saturday, July 16th: Brooklyn Bowl, NYC // tickets Tuesday, July 19th: Lincoln Hall, Chicago // ticketsWednesday, July 20th: Tires., Detroit // ticketsFriday, July 22nd: The Altar Bar, Pittsburgh // ticketsSaturday, July 23rd: The Ardmore Music Hall, Philadelphia // ticketslast_img read more

Employees unprepared for retirement can hurt your credit union

first_imgAlmost half of American workers say that financial challenges cause them the most stress in their lives. Part of this stress comes from concerns about saving for retirement.Are your employees able to successfully save for a financially secure retirement? Are they prepared to retire on time? If you don’t know the answers to these questions—or worse, you know the answers are “no”—you could be costing your credit union. Not only can delaying retirement be a stressful situation for your workers, it may also negatively impact your bottom line.Problems in Retirement PreparationConcerning trends are emerging in employee retirement readiness. For example, less than half of workers are confident that they will reach their retirement goals. Even more alarming, 20 percent of those people said they don’t think they’ll ever reach their retirement goals.Surprised? Your workers’ current financial situation may be the culprit. Some employees are so challenged by their current financial situation that they aren’t able to focus on saving for retirement. In fact, 42 percent of employees find it difficult to meet their household expenses every month. For these workers, saving for retirement might not even be an option. 16SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »last_img read more

Civil groups sue Jokowi’s letter on resuming deliberation of job creation bill

first_imgThe groups demanded in the lawsuit that the court declare the letter as legally flawed in both substance and procedure. The groups also asked the judicial panel to order the government to revoke the letter from the House and end any ongoing deliberations on the bill.Lawyer Arif Maulana from the plaintiffs’ legal team said that the focus of the lawsuit was the Surpres that green-lighted the House to resume deliberating the job creation bill.”We demand that the court annul the Surpres because it was made without [reference to] the principles of good governance, prudence and public participation,” Arif told a virtual press conference on Sunday.He noted specifically that the groups that were likely to be affected by the bill, such as workers, fishermen, farmers and indigenous communities, were not involved in drafting the bill. Civil society groups have filed a lawsuit against a presidential letter (Surpres) that President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo sent to the House of Representatives to resume deliberation on the controversial omnibus bill on job creation.The letter also listed the names of ministers the President had appointed to represent the government in the bill’s deliberation.Arguing that the bill was made without public involvement, the Indonesian Legal Aid Foundation (YLBHI), environmental group Mining Advocacy Network (Jatam), the Agrarian Reform Consortium (KPA) and the All-Indonesia United Workers Confederation (KPBI) as the plaintiffs filed the lawsuit on April 30 with the Jakarta State Administrative Court (PTUN). Arif said that if the court granted the lawsuit and annulled the letter, any deliberations on the bill must cease automatically, as the legal basis for the process would be proved legally flawed.KPBI deputy chairwoman Jumisih said that labor unions were not invited to participate in drafting the bill with the task force, despite the government’s claim that the unions had been involved and had agreed to the contents of the bill.A task force consisting of businesspeople and experts and headed by Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin) chairman Rosan P. Roeslani had been set up to consult the public, inventory problems and input suggestions in drafting the bill.Read also: Omnibus bill on job creation: Labor articles to be discussed last amid public protestsThe government had previously planned to set up a separate team comprising state officials, businesspeople and union representatives to  coordinate deliberations and public consultations on the bill. However, the labor unions had declined to join the coordination team, as they were not permitted to make changes to the existing draft bill.“The draft bill was completed suddenly and the government submitted it to the House along with the Surpres. We [workers] are not allowed to provide any input [to the draft bill],“ she said.The House resumed deliberation of the problematic bill in early April despite the public outcry, that it neglected workers’ protection, and during the COVID-19 epidemic that had additionally strained the people’s lives, especially workers.Students, workers, activists and experts lambasted the government and the House for pushing ahead with their intent to endorse it, saying that the bill would harm Indonesian democracy, the environment and workers, particularly when the world was battling a pandemic.House Legislative Gody (Baleg) chairman Supratman Andi Agtas said that he would respect the rights of civil society to sue the Surpres, but he questioned whether such a lawsuit was permissible.“I’m not sure that the letter [can] be sued at the PTUN, but we are waiting for a decision from the judges,” said the Gerindra Party politician.Baleg is scheduled on Tuesday to resume its series of expert hearings on the bill.Topics :last_img read more

The secrets to a happy marriage

first_imgTelegraph (UK) 27 January 2012Research among 2,000 happily married couples has identified the main ingredients for a successful union. It shows that couples benefit from taking a short break away together twice a year and eating out in restaurants at least three times a month. And it pays to be affectionate, as wedded folk tend to share a lingering kiss six times a week, have sex twice a week and say “I love you” up to nine times a fortnight. But it doesn’t need to be sweetness and light the whole time – as the average happy couple has at least one healthy argument a week. Catherine Crone, spokeswoman for walking holiday specialist http://www.headwater.com, said: “The research indicates that marriage is all about give and take, and making time for one another.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/9044415/The-secrets-to-a-happy-marriage.htmllast_img read more

Arsenal camp in disarray after ‘player tested positive for coronavirus

first_img Promoted ContentPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D GraffitiBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too Much7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s Hysterical7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your PhoneSome Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That Exist According to The Athletic, two other people “came in close contact” to the infected individual. That meant, going by the government guidance, the player would have to self-isolate for seven days. But the two individuals who had been in contact with the player would have to quarantine for 14 days. The club reportedly held their own testing for the unnamed star and both came back negative, therefore believing the first test was a ‘false positive’. But “the in-house process is not approved by the Premier League” meaning that the Gunners had to wait for the next round of official testing. That came just two days before Arsenal’s game against Manchester City – and the player provided a negative test for infection.Advertisement Arsenal preparations for the resumption of the Premier League season were reportedly thrown into chaos when one player tested positive for coronavirus. The three players missed a total of four days training during the process, only returning for sessions the day before the City game. And it is being reported that the trio all featured in the 3-0 defeat to Pep Guardiola’s title-chasers. Boss Mikel Arteta tested positive for coronavirus back in March following the postponement of the Manchester City game. That put the whole first-team squad, coaches and support staff into isolation. The 37-year-old revealed he started to feel unwell shortly after his side’s Europa League game with Olympiacos. The Greek club’s owner, Evangelos Marinakis, later tested positive for the killer bug – sparking a panic amongst a host of clubs, including Nottingham Forest. After that, Arteta revealed everything happened “very quickly” and it took a while for him to fully recover having tested positive for Covid-19. Arteta admitted to feeling “unwell for three or four days” and admitted it all “happened very fast”. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… last_img read more

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