Check out the full setlist below, via moe.’s Facebook:Setlist: moe. at PlayStation Theater, New York, NY – 3/18/16Set One: Yodelittle > Blue Jeans Pizza, Puebla > Bullet, Calyphornya, Gone, Queen Of EverythingSet Two: Cosmik Debris, Silver Sun >(nh) Kyle’s Song > Opium, She, Suck A Lemon#Encore: Bodhisattva##, Mexico# LTP 11/07/14## LTP 10/02/03 Last night marked the second night of moe.’s three-night stand in New York, NY. Shifting from the intimate Stage 48 to the larger PlayStation Theater in Midtown Manhattan, moe. came prepared to throw down with some serious rock and roll. The group opened with a pair of classics, “Yodelittle > Blue Jeans Pizza,” and never stopped rocking. “Puebla > Bullet” came next, with tunes like “Calyphornya,” “Gone,” and “Queen of Everything” keeping fans on their toes throughout the first set.The group opened up set two with a cover of Frank Zappa’s “Cosmik Debris.” Watch video below, thanks to the band: Cosmik Debris ~ #moe. ~ 3/116 ~ PlayStation TheaterPosted by Moe. on Friday, March 18, 2016 “Silver Sun” came next, from the group’s recent No Guts, No Glory album, followed by “Kyle’s Song” and “Opium.” After a potent “She” with some great Al Schnier-led vocals, the band capped off the set with their first “Suck A Lemon” since 11/07/14.And while we’re talking about bust outs, the first song of the encore was the biggest bust out of the night. The band brought back “Bodhisattva,” the beloved Steely Dan song, for the first time since 2003. The thirteen year gap made for quite the excitement! The group closed out with “Mexico,” set to perform one more show, tonight (3/19).Watch some of the show, as captured by Bruno Bill: Load remaining images
2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Anthony Demangone Anthony Demangone is executive vice president and chief operating officer at the National Association of Federal Credit Unions (NAFCU). Demangone oversees day-to-day operations and manages the association’s education, membership, … Web: https://www.cuinsight.com/partner/nafcu Details In a crisis like COVID-19, it can be tempting to sit back and wait for the dust to settle before making any decisions on how to proceed. But now more than ever, it’s important to focus on the hard data and build a plan for how your credit union will thrive in the new normal.Virtual eventsOrganizations big and small around the globe are pivoting from the traditional in-person conference to online events. You and many credit union employees may be teleworking, but that doesn’t mean you aren’t still looking to understand the most important upcoming trends and data so you can position your credit union to successfully power through the pandemic.For many of us, this may be the first bite of the virtual conference apple. I can assure you that our complimentary virtual event, NAFCU’s State of the Industry, contains all the elements you’d recognize from a traditional conference: fantastic speakers, solutions providers, and even a networking happy hour.Branches reopeningNo matter where you’re located in the country, as you begin to reopen branches, you’re going to make some changes. It could be as simple as reducing the number of staff in a location, or as significant as shifting to more teleworking on a permanent basis.Questions that credit unions are grappling with include:How do we ensure our employees know we’re there to support them?What will job applicant screening look like in a virtual environment?Should credit unions enforce daily health checks of staff and members?Can staff and members be required to wear face masks?Are there implications for credit unions not reporting COVID-19 cases?First of all, don’t make assumptions. Don’t assume your colleagues know what changes are coming. It’s important to manage fears and do your best to meet expectations. As we’ve all discovered while teleworking full-time, there’s no harm in over-communicating. Provide employees with up-to-date facts from the executive team to ensure staff know what to expect going forward.Carefully review state- and locality-specific orders as requirements vary from state to state and continue to change as the country moves through reopening phases.Delve into these issues in depth with Carlos Molina, senior risk consultant with CUNA Mutual Group in NAFCU’s complimentary webinar Reopening the Branch: Rules for Safety, Security & Experience.Learning from each otherAs you’re looking for guidance, so are other credit unions. NAFCU members can take advantage of our free NAFCU Networks to share and discuss how you’re handling these and other issues — especially the ones none of us have had to deal with previously.
The ‘’7th Sarajevo Half-Marathon 2013’’ will take place on Sunday, 15 September beginning at 9:00 in front of BBI Center, announced at today’s press conference.The half-marathon will be 21 kilometers long and will pass through three parts of the city.Erol Mujanović, President of the Association ‘Marathon’, thanked the City of Sarajevo for its partnership since the beginning of the organization of this half-marathon.‘’This year, we expect 1.000 participants from 25 countries. This sports project is organized on the occasion of the international day without automobiles, and in this way we are contributing to the strengthening of ecological awareness’’, said Mujanović.