Watch Full Sets From The Nth Power And Jen Hartswick On ‘Jenth Power Tour’ Opening Night

first_imgPowerhouse quintet The Nth Power and esteemed jazz vocalist and trumpet player Jennifer Hartswick (Trey Anastasio Band) opened a five-show run together at The Acoustic in Bridgeport, CT last night. Dubbed the “Jenth Power Tour,” Hartswick and her band featuring keyboardist Rob Marscher, bassist Dezron Douglas as well as Nth Power members drummer Nikki Glaspie and guitarist Nick Cassarino opened the evening’s festivities with several selections from Hartswick’s upcoming new album before giving way to the Nth Power’s set.Hartswick’s ties with the Nth Power run deep, as it was her late night show at Jazz Fest in 2012 that first breathed life into the band that now includes Glaspie, Cassarino, bass player Nate Edgar, West African master percussionist Weedie Braimah and keyboardist Courtney “Jay-Mel” Smith. During last night’s performance at The Acoustic, the Nth Power ran through several songs from the band’s soulful 2015 album Abundance, including “Walk On Water,” “Soul Survivor,” “Right Now” and “Holy Rain.” In addition, Glaspie dedicated the encore to Daryl Coley, an acclaimed gospel singer who had died earlier in the day.Watch complete show footage of the Jennifer Hartswick Band and The Nth Power last night via TheAcoustic:Be sure to catch The Nth Power at Fool’s Paradise, hosted by Lettuce, from April 1-2 at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre in St. Augustine, FL. Lettuce and The Nth Power will perform, alongside GRiZ, Vulfpeck, Chris Robinson’s Soul Revue, Goldfish, Break Science and more! Info can be found here.[H/T JamBase]last_img read more

Georgetown’s Porter named Big East Player of the Year

first_img Published on March 12, 2013 at 7:47 pm Contact Chris: [email protected] | @chris_iseman Facebook Twitter Google+ Otto Porter was named the Big East Player of the Year on Tuesday. Big East coaches voted unanimously to give the honors to Porter, and they could not vote for their own players.During conference play, Porter is second in the Big East with 18.1 points per game. He’s also fifth in rebounding and tied for third with steals with an average of 1.8 per game. In all games, Porter’s averaging  16.4 points per game.He’s shooting just over 50 percent from the field, and 44 percent from behind the arc.Porter was a major reason why Georgetown was able to go fro being unranked to being ranked fifth in the Associated Press Top 25 Poll. He also led the Hoyas to a tie for the Big East regular season championship. Georgetown is also a possible No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament, especially if the Hoyas claim the Big East Tournament championship.Porter’s head coach, John Thompson III, was named the Big East Coach of the Year. Thompson guided Georgetown to a 24-5 record, including a 14-4 record in conference play.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSt. John’s forward JaKarr Sampson took the Big East Rookie of the Year award. He’s the second member of the Red Storm to win the award in the last two years, as Moe Harkless won it last season.Sampson is averaging 14.9 points per game to go along with his 6.6 rebounds per contest. Commentslast_img read more

Hall of Champions

first_imgJoseph Chen | Daily TrojanHeritage Hall is officially open to the public beginning today, Feb. 3, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The 80,000 square foot, $35 million renovation project took a little more than a year to complete. The building will house five teams, and connect to the John McKay Center through a bottom floor corridor. On Saturday evening, a private gala was thrown to honor the new building’s debut.last_img

Fancy a career in Reflexology? New courses start at The Base

first_imgEDUCATION: This September the Irish School of Reflexology is going to branch off and start teaching their Diploma in Reflexology at the Base Enterprise Centre in Stranorlar. There are only a few weeks left till the 24th and 25th of September when the first class will take place.This is going to be a great opportunity for the people from the area who are interested in Complementary therapies, want to change their career or expand their skills, to get involved and enroll for the new term. Tatiana Grosso Lawless, Principal of the ISR, told Donegal Daily, “This is our first year teaching our Practitioner’s Diploma in Reflexology in Co. Donegal and we are very excited about this new adventure.“We are very proud of our school and the level of preparation we provide during the class and one to one teaching we supply during the year. The sequence we teach is the Eunice Ingham’s sequence and it has proven to be very effective.”The Irish School of Reflexology provide professional training in traditional reflexology, which enables students to build their own practice or add to their existing health care practice. Tatiana added, “The school aims to offer students a fulfilling learning experience and build confidence in their ability to help others. Our overall mission is to promote healing through the benefits of reflexology.“The diploma course consists of 150 hours of tutoring plus 60 hours of practical work, and covers different aspects of reflexology, including theory, anatomy, physiology and practical application.“At the ISR we are very proud of the standard of our teaching and the level of preparation that we provide. We are constantly getting great feed back about the effectiveness of the treatment that we teach, the syllabus and that makes us even more proud to be part of the ISR.“The year is a great opportunity for the students to get to know new people but also themselves . We see it constantly in our students. They change throughout the year, they discover their true potential, meet new friends and settle in very well in the classroom.”At the end of the term students will be required to complete case studies and the examination will be held approximates two months after.After their Graduation students are eligible for Membership with the National Register of Reflexologists (IRL). It will open up many opportunities for them: start their own Practice, work in beauty salons, Hotel , hospitals and many more. The course is designed to enable students to develop the skill and in-depth knowledge required for effective treatment and evaluation of a client, by having good techniques, by taking good consultation notes and keeping accurate records; by using good listening skills and by an overall caring attitude; to help students gain confidence and experience through supervised work; to understand the holistic approach – mental, physical, spiritual and social; and to become informed about the skills necessary to start up and manage a professional practice.For more information, visit the web site www.irishschoolofreflexology.com.Or call Tatiana NOW on 0862071065!Fancy a career in Reflexology? New courses start at The Base was last modified: August 10th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:BusinesscoursesFeaturesNewnewsReflexologyThe Baselast_img read more