Railroad Earth Invites Jeff Austin In Portland, ME [Photos]

first_imgRailroad Earth | State Theatre | Portland, ME | 2/15/2018 | Photo: Vic Brazen Last night, Railroad Earth took to the State Theatre in Portland, Maine, for a special performance featuring support by Jeff Austin Band. After a stellar, high-energy performance by Jeff Austin Band, Railroad Earth began their headlining set, which saw Jeff Austin reemerge for the first set’s closer, “Ruben’s Train”. You can check out a gallery of last night’s performance below, courtesy of Vic Brazen.Setlist: Railroad Earth | State Theatre | Portland, ME | 2/15/2018Set One: Mighty River> Lordy, Bread and Water, Old Danger Field, Addin My Voice>Only By The Light>New Lee Hiway Blues>Fiddle Lee, Ruben’s Train*Set Two: Potter’s Field, 420 Hornpie, Saddle of the Sun, Bird in the House, Blazin a Trail, Old Man and the Land, Right In Tune >  1759 > Goat, Like a Buddha > Long Way To GoEncore: Everything Comes Together Load remaining imageslast_img read more

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An Indian dance performance at Ed Portal

first_img“A Hundred Moons,” an Indian classical dance performance by Neha Bansal, was presented to a sold-out audience at the Harvard Ed Portal on Oct. 30.Bansal, a graduate student at the Harvard Kennedy School, shared her love of dance with the Ed Portal community. At the start of the program, the audience was encouraged to find their inner sound and rhythm within an active and noisy world.The performance was held close to the night of Diwali, a Hindu festival of lights, and focused on the love story of deities Krishna and Radha. Bansal’s delicate hand gestures and movements helped paint a picture of their relationship. The accompanying music was also composed by Bansal.“A Hundred Moons”  is just one among a variety of events that Harvard offers at the Ed Portal — as well as across Harvard’s campus and throughout the community. For more information about the Ed Portal, or to learn about upcoming events and programs, please visit its website.last_img read more

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164 people recover from COVID-19 in Broome County

first_imgOnly counties that do not foresee a surge in COVID-19 cases are allowed to have hospitals performing the surgeries. For a map detailing where cases are located in Broome County, click here. Wednesday morning, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced select counties, including Broome, will allow elective surgeries. (WBNG) — Broome County Executive Jason Garnar announced there are 97 active cases of the coronavirus in the County. In total, 282 cases have been reported. Additionally, Garnar also said Lourdes and UHS hospitals will be able to perform elective surgeries. Healthcare workers or essential employees that wish to be tested for COVID-19 may get a test Friday, but they need to make an appointment first.center_img 164 people have recovered from the virus and 21 people have died. Coronavirus numbers Garnar also reminded county residents that a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site has been established at Binghamton University. Drive-thru testing and elective surgeries Broome County April 29 coronavirus updatelast_img read more

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iPhone makers suspend India production due to lockdown

first_imgFoxconn and Wistron have suspended production at their India plants, which include the assembly of some Apple iPhone models, in order to comply with a nationwide lockdown ordered by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.Foxconn, also known as Hon Hai Precision Industry, is suspending operations until April 14, the company said in a text message to Bloomberg News. It intends to resume India production based on further government announcements. A Wistron representative said the company is also adhering to the order, while declining to comment on exactly what products are affected.The surprise announcement of a 21-day lockdown was issued by Modi in a televised address to the nation on Tuesday evening. “For a few days forget what it means to go out. Today’s decision of a nationwide lockdown draws a line outside your home,” the PM said.Apple has an office with thousands of employees in Hyderabad, working on Apple Maps data. They too are likely to be impacted by the government’s virus-fighting measures, which are among the strictest that any country has yet imposed against the spread of the coronavirus.Topics :last_img read more

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