Jam rockers McLovins are doing things big in 2016! The band not only has a new album coming out, but they’re backing it up with a “Road To Late Night” tour throughout the spring. The dates will see McLovins start in Colorado before working their way to the East Coast, playing venues up and down the shoreline and performing at Domfest, CukoRakko Music & Arts Festival and more.The band is also celebrating their new album with an album release party, centered at Toad’s Place in New Haven, CT on March 26th With support from Hayley Jane & The Primates, fans will dig into the band’s self-titled new release McLovins for a great night of music. You can find out all about that show right here.Check out the full tour schedule, and get your fill of all things McLovins on the band’s official website.McLovins “Road To Late Night” Tour DatesMar 9 Fort Collins, CO: Aggie Theatre Mar 10 Denver, CO: Cervante’s Other Side Denver DowntownMar 11 Boulder, CO: Lazy Dog Live MusicMar 24 Worcester, MA: Electric HazeMar 26 New Haven, CT: Toad’s Place – Toads PlaceApr 8 Providence, RI: Providence CollegeApr 14 Arlington, VA: Sehkraft BrewingApr 22 Boone, NC: Boone SaloonApr 29 Savannah, GA: Barrelhouse SouthApr 30 Athens, GA: Georgia Theatre RooftopMay 7 Sommerville, MA: Thunder Road Music Club & Rock n’ Roll Bistro May 12 Virginia Beach, VA: Doc Taylor’sMay 14 Steele, AL: CukoRakko Music & Arts FestivalMay 19 Bedford, PA: Domefest
Phil Lesh and The Terrapin Family Band will headline CMAC in Canandaigua, New York on Saturday, July 21 for a night marketed as Unbroken Train. Vermont jammers Twiddle are billed as special guests, along with Grahame Lesh (son of Phil Lesh)’s own Midnight North.Twiddle has collaborated with the Grateful Dead bassist once before, at their own annual festival Tumble Down in 2017, when Phil and Grahame Lesh, and Midnight North’s Elliott Peck, joined the band for fiery renditions of the Grateful Dead’s own “Eyes of the World” and Twiddle’s “When It Rains, It Pours” and “Subconscious Prelude”. With so much family and familiarity scheduled to be on stage at Unbroken Train, fans can certainly expect to see more exciting collaborations.Tickets to Unbroken Train go on sale next Friday, April 27, at 10am local time. Check out the art below, and head to the venue’s website for more information.Watch Twiddle, Phil Lesh, Grahame Lesh, and Elliot Peck perform “Eyes of the World” at Tumble Down:
Eric Krasno has announced a last-minute show at the Blue Note in New York City, NY with his E3 Organ Trio on Saturday, December 1st at 12:30 a.m. The jazz trio consists of drummer Eric Kalb and organ player Eric Finland, with Krasno on guitar and vocals. Special guest John Scofield, one of Krasno’s “all time heroes,” will also join the late-night show.Eric Krasno’s E3 Organ Trio debuted earlier this year with two shows in New York, May 31st at Rockwood Music Hall and June 2nd at Garcia’s at The Cap. Both shows were met with overwhelmingly positive reviews from Krasno’s diverse following, who have long enjoyed his body of work with a variety of different musicians including virtually every member of the Grateful Dead as well as funk bands Lettuce and Soulive, blues rockers Tedeschi Trucks Band, hip-hop heavyweights 50 Cent and Talib Kweli, and so many more.Eric Krasno’s E3 Organ Trio setlists have varied with covers of The Beatles, Allman Brothers Band, and the Grateful Dead as well as old-school funk and jazz standards, but there’s no telling what he has in store for this weekend’s show.Tickets to Eric Krasno’s E3 Organ Trio with special guest John Scofield are on sale now.For a taste of what’s to come, check out this live recording from E3’s last performance at Garcia’s on June 2nd, 2018.Eric Krasno’s E3 Organ Trio – Garcia’s – 6/2/18[Audio: iamhammered]
As the leader of Dell’s in-house financing provider, every day I see businesses grapple with the difficulty of keeping up with rapidly evolving technology trends while managing tight IT budgets.In fact, a recent Techaisle survey showed that budget constraints are the top IT challenge for small and medium business owners. That’s why customers of all sizes need a financing partner with the knowledge and flexibility to offer a custom solution that will lead to more savings for the business.With the variety of options available, financing can be just as important as the choice of technology solution.Here are just a few of the benefits customers tell us they get from working with Dell Financial Services (DFS):Preserving cash and beating budget constraints: Financing, rather than paying for a solution outright, offers far more advantages than basic capital preservation. It can allow a business to take a holistic strategic approach to addressing their technology needs for today and tomorrow. Plus, financing with an in-house partner like DFS can offer more flexible terms and conditions than other sources of financing, enabling you to meet specific budget and cash flow requirements.Accelerating ROI and increasing operational efficiency: In that same Techaisle survey, 58% of small and medium business respondents said they agree or strongly agree that the role of technology is to “improve operational efficiency.” DFS works with businesses to reduce complexity and risk, spreading costs over multiple budget cycles. We also offer flexible terms and conditions customized to your technology solution and the needs of your business. This can help you grow with your technology instead of out of it.Flexible consumption options: DFS offers flexible consumption options that give businesses the most flexibility possible as they respond to changing technology needs. These payment options allow businesses to scale their usage based on demand (pay-per-use), plan for technology refresh cycles as the business grows, or evaluate new technology before purchasing it outright.Beyond the products, there is a unique advantage to working with dedicated DFS account teams embedded in the sales motion for a complex IT purchase. We can finance the total solution through one sales motion, and that can make life much easier for customers like Watershed Addiction Treatment Programs.When Watershed needed to implement a new IT infrastructure within a limited budget, they turned to Dell for a new private cloud solution based on Dell servers, storage and networking. Whit Baker, Watershed’s IT Director, said in addition to Dell providing the best deal, he valued the peace of mind offered by the financing expertise of the dedicated DFS account teams:“…because the Dell Financial Services guys already knew everyone working in sales and infrastructure, the communication between them freed me up from having to convey this information to another financing facility. I would be spending my time all day long trying to describe all this equipment to them and why we need to purchase this. I’ve been relieved of that burden, because DFS is doing that work for me.” </p><p>Every year, DFS helps hundreds of thousands of Dell customers and channel partners like Watershed acquire $4 billion of Dell (and non-Dell) hardware, software and services. That’s a lot of conversations with businesses of all shapes and sizes. In those conversations, we’ve seen time and again how the right financing solution, paired with the right technology, can really help a business grow and thrive.
Extended IT features:Optional, automatic over-the-air updatesExpanded telemetry to provide insight into collaboration space usageDynamic display for smarter rooms Refreshed User Interface: Intel Unite® solution has updated its look and feel and is now touch-enabled. Users can:Annotate on touchscreen for both hubs and clientsUtilize dynamic the room display optionAccess plugins seamlessly on mobile devices Make IT Easier to Manage – If Intel® vPro™ platform is already part of the existing infrastructure, then Intel Unite® solution should be a breeze to integrate. Make greater use of current IT monitoring and control capabilities to help reduce costs and improve manageability.Manage remotely – Use Intel Unite® solution’s admin portal, along with the full capabilities of Intel vPro platform, to manage conference room mini-PCs from any location: everything from basic upkeep and patching to remote repairs.Keep meetings secure – To join the meeting, participants are required to enter a rotating PIN code. Outside guests can be granted access with as many (or few) network permissions as are chosen to be allowed.Safeguard sensitive data – Using Intel Unite® solution, meetings are protected with the enterprise-grade TLS 1.2 data encryption. What happens in smarter meetings stays in smarter meetings.Optimized for Dell Technologies Unified Workspace: IT admins can manage their OptiPlex devices seamlessly using Unified Workspace through a flexible, predictable usage model while leveraging the Dell Technologies portfolio. Unified Workspace allows the IT professional to deploy, manage, support and secure data and devices across operating systems, devices and cloud environments on a global scale.At Dell Technologies, we have spent the past few decades innovating and changing and that will continue into this decade. But the one thing that will never change is our commitment to delivering the solutions our customers need to lead their respective industries.Here’s to another 25 years of leading the industry with OptiPlex! Let us know what features you’re most excited about in comments below. Beating the Meeting Blues with Better Technology, Forrester Opportunity Snapshot: A custom study commissioned by Intel, January, 2018 Welcome to the new decade! As with any new year, we all have the opportunity to redefine ourselves. Maybe you will become a yogi or a world traveler or a coder, the possibilities are endless. Just like you, here at Dell, we are working to redefine how our customers work and with Dell + Intel Unite® solution, we are proud to give them a solution that will redefine user-friendly meeting spaces.With Dell + Intel Unite® software on OptiPlex 7070 Ultra, we are combining the flexibility of choice our customers love from the Ultra with the breadth of business plugins and UCC applications available on Intel Unite solution, to deliver an innovative work experience built for a new decade.Meetings are an everyday part of our customer’s lives. From large enterprises to small learning spaces meetings to the healthcare industry, meetings are a must, but Forrester recently found that over 82 percent of IT decision-makers cite integration challenges with their meetings tools. This can leave customers feeling frustrated, meetings delayed and productivity severely limited. With Intel Unite collaboration solution, we are bringing a better user interface and extended IT features to our customers. From allowing meetings to begin faster via PIN, a meeting link, ultrasonic meeting join, or badge scan access to the ability for attendees to switch presenters instantly, share high-quality images, audio and video, or feature up to 4 simultaneous presenters per monitor, all with real-time annotations, this solution works as hard as you do.We are proud to introduce this breakthrough collaboration solution, with the new OptiPlex 7070 Ultra driving Intel Unite collaboration software. This allows users to experience an all new way to meet with a powerful and secure collaboration solution. Available to customers now, Intel Unite® 4.0 offers several new features, including:Native Touch and Touch Back: Users can control the Intel Unite® App from a touch display and access plugins from a meeting room display. They can also control Windows 10 devices from the front of the room.
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — The company that owns the salvage rights to the Titanic shipwreck has indefinitely delayed plans to retrieve and exhibit the vessel’s radio equipment because of the coronavirus pandemic. The company announced the delay in a court filing made Friday in a federal admiralty court in Norfolk, Virginia. RMS Titanic Inc. cited difficulties of international travel and health risks to the expedition team. The company has also lost revenue after virus-related restrictions closed exhibits of its vast collection of Titanic artifacts. Even without the pandemic, the expedition is far from guaranteed. The firm has been in an ongoing court battle with the U.S. government over whether the undertaking is legal.
View Comments As reported, Ariana Grande, John Legend, Audra McDonald, Celine Dion and Josh Groban are just a few of the stars lending their voices to the Beauty and the Beast soundtrack. Disney’s live-action remake of the beloved animated film hits theaters on March 17, and we’re so excited to see Emma Watson and Dan Stevens take on the title roles. The best way to get hyped up before the release date? Listen to Ariana Grande and John Legend’s velvety smooth vocals on repeat! Start perfecting your butter-to-popcorn ratio for the big day, and enjoy the full “Beauty and the Beast” track below. Ariana Grande(Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images)
Why ‘Clean Coal’ Remains out of Reach FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Robert Rapier for Forbes:Since the coal industry and utilities that use coal want to continue to exist, they have pushed the clean coal narrative for many years. After all, if there is some hope that this dream is achieved, perhaps the EPA could cut them some slack while they work out the kinks.It’s not so hard to imagine how it would be done. In fact, it’s already been demonstrated many times at a pilot scale. The exhaust from the power plant stack is captured, compressed, and stored underground — either in a cavern or an old oil or gas field.The key challenge has always been one of economics. The capital cost of capturing and compressing those emissions is very high, and the power consumed in compressing the carbon dioxide places a parasitic load on the power plant. Just to compress the emissions can require the electric power requirements of 10% of the plant output, and then it must still be transported to an appropriate site and pumped into the ground. All of these factors drive up the costs to the point that coal power with carbon capture is prohibitively expensive relative to competing ways of producing power.The prohibitive costs are amply demonstrated by the FutureGen project in Illinois. This project was a partnership between the United States Department of Energy (DOE) and an alliance of coal mining and electric utility companies. The project was to be located at the 275 MW Meredosia Power Station in Illinois.FutureGen won $1.1 billion in federal money in 2009, and the project cost was estimated to be $1.65 billion. The DOE spent $202 million on the project, but missed project deadlines and unresolved technology challenges ultimately caused the DOE to pull the plug on the project in 2015.While there are a number of other pilot projects underway around the world, they all suffer from the same basic problem. The costs of competing technologies are close enough to coal that when you try to capture the carbon dioxide emissions it pushes the cost of coal-fired power beyond the competition.Thus, in reality there aren’t any commercial clean coal technologies. It’s very likely there won’t be any. So for countries that have committed to reducing carbon emissions, the pressure to phase out coal will continue to be intense.Full item: The Elusive Search For Clean Coal
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York ONGOINGThe Lyon, the Which and the Warhol @ David Filderman Gallery at Hofstra UniversityPhotographs by photojournalist Danny Lyon and visionary pop artist Andy Warhol are contextually linked to works in other media by Chuck Close, Jim Dine, and Lisbeth Firmin. An illustrated brochure accompanies the exhibition and additional interpretive materials are available on a touch-screen gallery kiosk. Hempstead Turnpike, Hempstead. www.hofstra.edu. Through May 19.MARCH 1Swedish House Mafia @ Madison Square Garden4 Penn Plaza, Manhattan. www.thegarden.com. Also March 2, 3 & 4 @ Barclays Center, 620 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn. www.barclayscenter.com. $125.50, $40. 8 p.m.Fat Joe @ B.B. King Blues Club & Grill237 W. 42nd St., Manhattan. www.bbkingblues.com. $30, $26.50. 8 p.m. The Allman Brothers Band @ Beacon Theatre2124 Broadway, Manhattan. www.beacontheatre.com. $150.99, $50.99. 8 p.m. Also March 2, 9, 12, 16 & 17. Greg Allman will sign copies of My Cross to Bear on March 4 at Barnes & Noble, 555 Fifth Ave., Manhattan. 12:30 p.m.Live’s Ed Kowalcyzk @ City Winery155 Varick St., Manhattan. www.citywinery.com. $28, $20. 8 p.m. Susie EssmanSusie Essman @ Governor’s Comedy ClubCurb Your Enthusiasm’s Susie Greene is coming to Long Island to hurl insults and curse us out and we couldn’t be happier. The comedian known for throwing expletive-filled tantrums targeted at Larry David will perform three shows in Levittown. If you live under a rock—or don’t get HBO—go to YouTube right now and type in “Susie Greene.” Your welcome. 90 Division Ave, Levittown. www.govs.com. $64, $34. 8 p.m. Also March 2, 7 & 10 p.m.Ari Shafir @ Brokerage, also 3.4 @ McGuire’s Comedy ClubStandup comedian and actor Ari Shaffir describes his comedy as a puppet show, but way filthier and without the puppets.2797 Merrick Rd., Bellmore. www.brokeragecomedy.com. $22. 8 & 10:30 p.m.MARCH 2Jodi Picoult @ Huntington High School AuditoriumBestselling author Jodi Picoult will speak about and sign her new book, The Storyteller. 188 Oakwood Rd., Huntington. www.bookrevue.com. $28, $5. 7 p.m.Jason Aldean @ Madison Square Garden4 Penn Plaza, Manhattan. www.thegarden.com. $85, $49.75. 7:30 p.m. En Vogue @ NYCB Theatre at WestburyOne the best selling female R&B Grammy nominated groups of all time with chart toppers “Hold On” and “My Love (Never Gonna Get It),“ En Vogue bring their sophisticated sass and flawless harmonies to Long island along with R&B Crooner Lillo Thomas, the Brooklyn-born vocalist who ruled the ‘80s airwaves with hits “You’re A Good Girl” and “I’m In Love ( I Surrender).” With D-Train and Cherelle. 960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. 877-598-8694.$49.50, $39.50. 8 p.m.The Skatalites @ Brooklyn BowlWith Van Gordon Martin Band & Subatomic Sound System. 61 Wythe Ave., Brooklyn. www.brooklynbowl.com $10. 8 p.m.MARCH 3Suzanne Vega @ The Bell House149 Seventh St., Brooklyn. www.thebellhouseny.com. $35. 8 p.m. The Break Contest @ Revolution Bar & Music HallThe official contest for your band to play the Skate and Surf Festival.140 Merrick Rd., Amityville. 516-208-6590.Visit www.thebreakcontest.com for details. Chili Cook Off @ The Lark Pub & Grub93 Larkfield Rd., East Northport. www.thelarkpubandgrub.com. $10. 1 p.m.Hinder @ The Emporium9 Railroad Ave., Patchogue. www.theemporiumny.com. $25, $20. 7:30 p.m. Roller Rebels Annual Pancake Breakfast @ Mr. Beery’s4019 Hempstead Tpke., Bethpage. www.mrbeerys.com. $10. 10 a.m.-2 p.m.Collect –i-Bowl Record Show @ Brooklyn Bowl61 Wythe Ave., Brooklyn. www.brooklynbowl.com. Free admission. 11 a.m.MARCH 5New York and How It Got That Way @ LIU Post Hutton HouseThrough Robert Henri, George Bellows, John Sloane, Everett Shinn, Edith Wharton and others, meet the characters and events that shaped the city between the turn of the century and the First World War. 720 Northern Blvd., Greenvale. $20. 1-3 p.m.Edward Albee Evening Reading @ Queens CollegeAlbee (The Zoo Story, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?) is widely regarded as one of the greatest living playwrights in the English language. He is the recipient of three Pulitzer Prizes, three Tony Awards, and the National Medal of Arts. 65-30 Kissena Blvd., Flushing. www.qc.cuny.edu. $20. 7 p.m.Deftones @ The Paramount370 New York Ave., Huntington. www.paramountny.com. $68.50, $42.50. 8 p.m. Also March 9 @ Terminal 5, 610 W. 56th St., Manhattan. www.terminal5nyc.com. $33.50. 8 p.m.MARCH 6Aaron Carter @ Revolution Bar & Music HallWith Ali Kramer, Corey Balsamo, Persona, Six Stories Told, Nikki Flores & Petrel. 140 Merrick Rd., Amityville. www.revolutionli.com. $20. 5:30 p.m. MARCH 7T.I. @ Best Buy Theater1515 Broadway, Manhattan. www.bestbuytheater.com. $45. 8 p.m.MARCH 8The Saw Doctors @ The ParamountFormed in 1988, Irish rock band, The Saw Doctors, celebrating their quarter of a decade together with a 17-date tour and their latest album, 2525, which traces the Galway band’s career from their ground-breaking debut single ‘N17’ to last year’s chart topping hit, ‘Downtown’ featuring the legendary Petula Clark and filmed on the streets of Galway. 370 New York Ave., Huntington. www.paramountny.com. $35, $20. 8 p.m. Also 3.15 @ Irving Plaza,17 Irving Pl., Manhattan. www.irvingplaza.com. $65, $38.50. 8 p.m.Gloria Gaynor @ The Emporium9 Railroad Ave., Patchogue. www.theemporiumny.com. $25. 8 p.m.MARCH 9Spring Craft Beer Festival @ Nassau ColiseumMore than 50 brewers and 100 beers.1255 Hempstead Tpke., Uniondale. www.nassaucoliseum.com$55, $45, $12 designated driver. Session 1: 12:30-4 p.m.; Session II: 5:30-9 p.m. Martin Short @ NYCB Theatre at Westbury960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. $79.50, $49.50. 8 p.m.Scott Weiland (Stone Temple Pilots) @ Irving PlazaCelebrating STP Core and Purple in their entirety. 17 Irving Pl., Manhattan. www.irvingplaza.com. $75, $35. 8 p.m. Matchbox Twenty @ The Paramount370 New York Ave., Huntington. www.paramountny.com. $125, $75. 8 p.m. Black and White, Dark and Light @ Ripe Art GalleryBy The National League of American Pen Women. Reception 3 – 6 p.m., poetry reading at 4 p.m. 67A Broadway, Greenlawn. www.ripeartgal.com. 3 p.m.MARCH 10Itzhak Perlman & Yitzchok Meir Helfgot @ Tilles CenterWith Eternal Echoes, this master violinist collaborates with one of the great cantors of all time. 720 Northern Boulevard, Greenvale.516-299-2752. www.tillescenter.org. $150, $60. 7 p.m.Queensryche @ The Emporium9 Railroad Ave., Patchogue. www.theemporiumny.com. $35, $32. 6 p.m.MARCH 12Dropkick Murphys @ Terminal 5On the heels of their latest studio album Signed and Sealed in Blood, Boston-based rock band the Dropkick Murphys hits the road for their 2013 St. Patrick’s Day Tour. The album is their second with producer Ted Hutt (Gaslight Anthem), and mixed by Joe Chiccarelli (The White Stripes). “We had such a great time writing our last album Going Out In Style, we were excited to get back into the studio right away,” says bassist/co-lead singer Ken Casey. “Where Going Out in Style was a concept album – kind of intricate and difficult – this one is catchy, fun, and as sing-along as can be.” 610 W. 56th St., Manhattan. www.terminal5nyc.com. 7:30 p.m. $38.50, $33.50. Also March 13.Jessica Alba @ Book RevueThe actress speaks and signs her new book, The Honest Life: Living Naturally and True to You. 313 New York Ave., Huntington. www.bookrevue.com. 7 p.m.Jamaica Kincaid @ Queens CollegeWriter Jamaica Kincaid (At the Bottom of the River) will read from her work and speak with Leonard Lopate. 65-30 Kissena Blvd., Flushing. www.qc.cuny.edu. 7 p.m.MARCH 13JewelJewel : Greatest Hits Tour @ The Paramount370 New York Ave., Huntington. www.paramountny.com.$79.50, $35. 8 p.m.Adrenaline Mob @ The Marlin Room at Webster Hall125 E. 11th St., Manhattan. www.websterhall.com. $15. 7 p.m.Ringling Bros and Barnum and Bailey Circus @ Nassau Coliseum1255 Hempstead Tpke, Uniondale. www.nassaucoliseum.com. Through March 17.MARCH 14John Nolan (Taking Back Sunday/Straylight Run) & Geoff Ricklyn (Thursday) @ Revolution Bar & Music Hall140 Merrick Rd., Amityville. www.revolutionli.com. $15, $13. 7 p.m.MARCH 15Drew Carey @ Governor’s Comedy Club90 Division Ave, Levittown. 516-731-3358. www.govs.com. $66, $36. 8 p.m. Also March 16 at 7 & 9:30 p.m.MARCH 16Coheed and Cambria @ Radio City Music Hall1260 Sixth Ave., Manhattan. www.radiocity.com. $69.50, $35. 7 p.m. Ron White: A Little Unprofessional @ NYCB Theatre at Westbury960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. 877-598-8694. $201.75, $52.75. 8 p.m.Roseanne Cash @ Patchogue Theatre71 E. Main St., Patchogue. www.patchoguetheatre.com. $58, $28. 8 p.m.MARCH 17Jefferson Starship @ B.B. King Blues Bar & Grill237 W. 42nd St., Manhattan. www.bbkingblues.com. $45, $35. 8 p.m.MARCH 21P!nk with The Hives @ Madison Square Garden4 Penn Plaza, Manhattan. www.thegarden.com. $125, $39.50. 8 p.m.Also March 25 @ Nassau Coliseum, 1255 Hempstead Tpke., Uniondale. www.nassaucoliseum.com. $125, $39.50. 7:30 p.m.Harlen Coben @ Book RevueCobenwill speak and sign his new novel, Six Years. 313 New York Ave., Huntington. www.bookrevue.com. 7 p.m. Boeing Boeing @ John W. Engeman Theater at Northport250 Main St., Northport. www.johnwengementheater.com. $55. Through May 5.MARCH 22Garbage @ Terminal 5610 W. 56th St., Manhattan. www.terminal5nyc.com. $40, $35. 8 p.m.MARCH 23Coffee & Tea Festival @ 69th Regiment ArmoryThis international extravaganza offers two days of programming including classes, lectures and demonstrations. Sweet treats from chocolate to cake will offer a wonderful complement to the spectacular collection of coffees and teas available to sample and purchase. 68 Lexington Ave., Manhattan. www.sixtyninth.net. Also March 24. $30, $20. 11 a.m.-5 p.m.MARCH 24Emmylou Harris @ The Paramount370 New York Ave., Huntington. www.paramountny.com. Also March 27 @ Beacon Theatre, 2124 Broadway, Manhattan. www.beacontheatre.com. $149, $59.50. 8 p.m.Joan Osbourne @ YMCA Boulton Center37 W. Main St., Bay Shore. www.boultoncenter.org. $65, $60. 7 p.m.MARCH 25Sigur Ros @ Madison Square Garden4 Penn Plaza, Manhattan. www.thegarden.com. $56. 8 p.m. Caroline Manzo (Real Housewives of New York) @ Book Revue313 New York Ave., Huntington. www.bookrevue.com. 7 p.m.MARCH 26Bad Religion @ Terminal 5Preeminent punk band Bad Religion deliberately revisits and refines the powerful and melodic Southern California sound they helped to define, in their latest album, True North. “We went back to our original mission statement of short concise bursts of melody and thought,” co-songwriter and guitarist Brett Gurewitz explains. “The intent was to record stripped down punk songs without sacrificing any conceptual density.” The album’s first single is a propulsive anthem succinctly called “F*ck You.” As the band’s singer and co-songwriter Greg Graffin explains, “If any band should have a song with that title it should be us. It just sounds like a perfect Bad Religion song.” 610 W. 56th St., Manhattan. www.terminal5nyc.com. $32, $28.50. 7:30 p.m.Kate Nash @ Bowery Ballroom6 Delancey St., Manhattan. www.boweryballroom.com. $20. 9 p.m.MARCH 28Cradle of Filth @ The Paramount370 New York Ave., Huntington. www.paramountny.com. $40, $26. 7:30 p.m.Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds @ Beacon Theatre2124 Broadway, Manhattan. www.beacontheatre.com. $69.50, $39.50. 8 p.m. Through March 30. MARCH 29Lisa Lisa @ The EmporiumSinging all her ’80s hits including “Lost in Emotion” and “Can You Feel the Beat.”9 Railroad Ave., Patchogue. www.theemporiumny.com. $15. 4:30 p.m.The Pie Tasters and Big D & The Kids Table @ Highline Ballroom431 W. 16th St., Manhattan. www.highlineballroom.com. $19, $16.50. 7 p.m.The Breeders @ The Bell House149 Seventh St., Brooklyn. www.thebellhouseny.com. 9 p.m.Lita Ford Featuring Faster Pussycat @ Revolution140 Merrick Rd., Amityville. www.revolutionli.com. $20. 8 p.m.
CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle wrote to Tresaury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Thursday, thanking him for conducting a roundtable discussions with credit unions earlier this month, and providing additional information about how regulations can be more manageable for credit unions. Treasury conducted the roundtable to gather information as it prepares a paper in response to President Donald Trump’s executive order on core financial regulation principles issued in February.“Credit unions’ ability to provide safe and affordable financial services has been significantly impeded in the last several years by a regulatory scheme rigged to favor the large banks and non-bank financial services providers that can afford to absorb regulatory changes,” Nussle wrote.The letter includes recommendations to streamline regulations for credit unions regarding:Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) procedure and oversight; continue reading » 13SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr