On May 6th, the jamtronica act Papadosio took over the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, for their second headlining performance at the legendary venue. For the Re:Creation event, the group was joined by Colorado’s own SunSquabi in addition to Supersillyus, Eliot Lipp, and Desert Dwellers. An aspect of what made the show so special was the attention brought to event as a whole, with the group also tapping visionary painters Alex and Allyson Grey to make art alongside them throughout the night while their works were projected on the screen behind them and altered Jonathan Singer.Papadosio And Sunsquabi Take Over Red Rocks For Re:Creation [Photos/Pro-Shot Video]Once Papadosio hit the stage, they put on a stellar performance for the packed crowd. One highlight of the night was their final song of the evening, “The Bionic Man Meets His Past.” Their choice of encore was off T.E.T.I.O.S., Papadosio’s two-disc 2012 release, which similarly sought to combine art and music and explore the depth of art that the two intertwining can create. You can watch the full video of Papadosio’s Red Rocks encore, which is the work of Zac Fabian and his crew, below.Photo: Brittany Teuber]
Notre Dame Security Police is investigating a report of indecent exposure occurring Tuesday at about 7:45 p.m. between DeBartolo Hall and the Snite Museum of Art, according to an email sent Tuesday night.Two people reported that a man in a red Ford pickup truck with an Indiana license plate exposed himself, the email stated. After being noticed by witnesses, he reportedly drove south on Eddy Street and off campus.The suspect was described to police as a white male in his late 20s or early 30s, the email stated. He reportedly was unshaven with short brown hair, wearing blue jeans and a red t-shirt.The email advised students to call Notre Dame SafeWalk for an escort when walking on campus after dark by calling 574-631-5555. Tags: indecent exposure, NDSP
Whether Altmann’s new position means she’d join the Department for Work & Pensions as de-facto successor to Webb, or straddle the Treasury and Department for Business, Innovation and Skills – in charge of annuities, pension taxation and consumer protection, respectively – will become clearer as Cameron announces his new Cabinet in the coming days.For those that have been calling for greater transparency of fees, note that Altmann has told a UK newspaper she is in favour of a “pounds and pence” approach to fee disclosure, a view championed by the Investment Association, formerly the IMA.While on the face of it a common-sense approach, those saving small sums may well be left under the impression they are being charged reasonable amounts when in fact the percentage of contributions deducted would undermine their future savings goals.Regardless of Altmann’s approach, the end of Webb’s tenure in Parliament is likely to see the end of his focus on defined ambition and greater risk-sharing in pensions. The recent budget freedoms, based solely around a saver’s ability to withdraw his pension pot at his convenience, run counter to the collective approach pursued in the Pensions Scheme Act 2015 that allowed for the launch of a collective DC model in the UK.Gone is the focus on improving the outcome for a cohort as a whole – such as by introducing Independent Governance Committees to oversee insurance-based contract arrangements – replaced by a need to ensure individuals have the ability to understand the costs associated with each pension product, rather than pooling risk at retirement.In short, the UK should expect to see a shift to a traditional Conservative view of individualism and free markets, with an overtone of consumer protection as it now affects a part of the population key to future electoral victories. But those hoping for a quiet revolution that could have seen the UK emulate the European system of solidarity will be disappointed by Webb’s departure and the failure of Gregg McClymont’s Labour party to form the next government. Steve Webb MP is no more. The Liberal Democrat front-bencher who, as a result of 2010’s hung Parliament became the UK’s longest-serving pensions minister, was one of close to 50 parliamentarians from the junior coalition party to lose his seat in Thursday’s general election. In a surprise to everyone, including the Conservatives led by David Cameron, the incumbent prime minister won a majority after months of polls suggesting no party would have control of the House of Commons. The pensions industry now faces the reality of a new minister, maybe one with less of a grasp of the subject matter.On the other hand, the person charged with bedding in the pensions freedoms unveiled by George Osborne last year may be an all too familiar face: Ros Altmann. Altmann, a former director general of Saga Group, is already well known to the outgoing government for her work as Business Champion for Older Workers, recently drafting a report that suggested a minister should be put in charge of extending working lives.While the notion of a dedicated minister for older people was rejected by Cameron, who argued during the campaign that the concerns of the UK’s ageing population should be on the mind of all within the Cabinet, it was announced a few weeks ago that Altmann would join the House of Lords if the Conservatives won a majority.Altmann’s peerage would see her join the UK’s unelected upper house in charge of financial consumer protection and financial education, the party said, with a review of pension product charges and the development of Pensions Wise, the body offering guidance to those confounded by their new ability to draw their pension pot down from age 55.
Barbara Rice, 85, of Aurora, IN passed away April 23, 2018. She was born August 27, 1932 in Lawrenceburg, IN daughter of the late George “Happy” and Lora Nehls.Barbara graduated from Lawrenceburg High School, class of 1950. She was a faithful lifelong parishioner of Emanuel Lutheran Church attending the original downtown Lawrenceburg location and continuing to the new location in Greendale.She loved to reminisce about her journeys, travels and adventures as the wife of a Marine Corps officer (RET). The friends she made during each of her husband’s new assignments remained cherished lifelong friends. Barbara was a consummate volunteer including 20 years as a “Pink Lady” at Highpoint Health, substitute teacher and poll worker to name a few. Her group of girlfriends from high school were so near and dear to her and she looked forward to their monthly luncheons. She and her husband, Luther, were very active members of the Dearborn Adult Center and delighted in their bus trips. Barbara and Luther continued their traveling after Luther’s retirement especially enjoying their river boat cruises stateside. She dearly loved her family and always provided a solid shoulder to lean on. Her welcoming smile and wit will be profoundly missed, but cherished in our memories.Barbara was preceded in death by her husband Luther E. Rice (USMC RET) in April 2015, sisters Nancy Lacey and Gwen Ohler. Barbara and Luther were married for 61 years.She is survived by her devoted children, Nancy (Ken) Ray of Aurora, IN, Roxanne (John) Denton, Miamisburg, Ohio and Luther (Janice) Rice of Zionsville, IN. Loving grandchildren, Megan (Aaron) Knoop of Mason, Ohio, Malia Ray M.D. (Scott Kelley, M.D.) of Rochester, MN, Justin (Amy) Ray of Carmel, IN, Austin Denton of Miamisburg, Ohio , Sarah Denton of Miamisburg, Ohio and Luther Rice, Zionsville, IN. Great grandchildren Braydon Denton, Evan Knoop and Claire Knoop.Friends will be received at Emanuel Luther Church, Greendale, IN, 570 Sheldon Street, Greendale, Indiana, from 10 am to noon on Friday April 27 with the funeral service at noon. Interment will be at River View Cemetery, Aurora, IN. In lieu of flowers, please make memorial donations to River View Cemetery Association, Inc.visit:www.rullmans.com
“Results are coming and performances are coming. When you are at Man United, you’ve got to attack quickly and have some youth players in there.” read also:Barcelona face near €200m hole in budget The Norwegian is also pleased United’s form has cheered up legendary former manager Sir Alex Ferguson during the lockdown. “He’s watching the games. He’s watching everything and there have been a couple of texts of course,” said Solskjaer. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Manchester United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, believes their run of form can help them in the transfer market. United suffered a setback in January when teenage striker Erling Haaland opted for Borussia Dortmund over Old Trafford. But since then, Solskjaer’s revamped side have gone on a 17-game unbeaten run with new signing Bruno Fernandes and academy prodigy Mason Greenwood earning rave reviews. “I think Man United is attractive for any young player out there with ambition,” said the manager ahead of Monday’s home game against Southampton.Advertisement