This weekend, Jamiroquai will perform their first U.S. show in thirteen years at the 19th annual Coachella in Indio, California. Earlier this morning, the festival announced they would live stream Jamiroquai’s set, in addition to over 70+ other performers during the first weekend of the festival. Ahead of the big performance, Jay Kay and company will head to The Late Late Show With James Corden for a late-night national television guest spot on Thursday, April 12. Don’t miss it!In addition to marking their first U.S. shows in more than a decade, Jamiroquai’s Coachella performances are the first of four total confirmed American shows this year. In between Coachella sets (April 13 & 20), Jay Kay and company will head to San Francisco to perform the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on April 17. On September 8, the band will head to New York City to perform the Forest Hills Stadium in Queens, NY. Additionally, Suwannee Hulaween recently revealed the dates for their 2018 festival with a short animated video and snuck in a massive hint pointing to Jamiroquai as their 2018 headliner. In the clip, the band’s familiar silhouette symbol appears in the corner of the frame, suggesting that Jamiroquai will be performing at the sixth annual event.It’s been over a year since Jamiroquai announced their triumphant return after spending years outside the spotlight. In March of 2017, the group released Automaton, a follow up to 2010’s Rock Dust Light Star marking the band’s eighth studio album. To complement their new album, the funk favorites embarked on a global tour, hitting Tokyo and Seoul in addition to major cities across Europe. However, North American cities were conspicuously left off of Jamiroquai’s 2017 comeback tour, leading many to hope that 2018 will see the group hitting the U.S. Here we are, with four shows and a late-night television slot on the books, and it feels damn good.[H/T JamBase]
Just because you use a model form when asking members if they want to opt-in to overdraft protections, don’t assume that your credit union is safe from being sued over the adequacy of these disclosures. That is my takeaway from the latest case I have seen. It joins a growing body of litigation in which members are being allowed to sue credit unions for providing inadequate account balance disclosures which lead to unnecessary overdraft fees.First some background, with apologies to those of you who already know most of this. There are two basic methods for calculating account balances: the actual or ledger balance method refers to all money currently in a member’s account. In contrast, the available balance method refers only to those funds actually available for use by the member. A second key point to keep in mind is that 12 CFR 1005.17 stipulates that opt-in disclosures for overdraft protections shall be “substantially similar” to model form A9. My guess is, this is the form your credit union uses. The Electronic Funds Transfer Act shields credit unions from liability for any failure to make disclosures improper form provided that the model form is used. continue reading » 7SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
The Northern Irishman, who had fallen 10 shots behind the lead after three rounds, carded five birdies in his four-under-par round to end one behind winner Kang Sung-hoon. It was a strong finish after what had been a frustrating third day for the world number six at the Woo Jeong Hills Country Club course near Cheonan. Three other Koreans, Lee Sang-hee, Lee Chang-woo and Joong-kyung, also finished on three-under 281. Kang scooped the title after a strong back nine, including a crucial birdie at the last. Kang was one over for the day after 11, but birdies at the 14th and 15th, as well as the 18th, saw him come home in 32 for a two-under-par round of 69. Rory McIlroy shot a final-round 67 to claim a share of second place at the Kolon Korea Open. The only blemish in the final round for McIlroy, who had been playing his first tournament for a month, was a bogey at the 16th. McIlroy, the star attraction at the OneAsia Tour event, said: “I could have shot anything, absolutely anything. “I only missed two greens and had so many chances, but it was like the story of yesterday – I just didn’t hole enough putts. “I created so many more chances today that it could have been 61, 62. It just wasn’t to be. “I didn’t birdie any of the par fives, which was disappointing. “I felt like it could have been so much lower the last couple of days.” McIlroy was three off the pace when he completed his round but the capitulation of overnight leader Kim Hyung-tae may have exacerbated his sense of frustration. Kim had begun the final round with a four-stroke lead but shot a six-over 77, which included a triple bogey six at the 13th, to finish alongside McIlroy on three under. Press Association
A 66-year-old Trinidadian man was doused with boiling water in a robbery that occurred in his home in La Romaine Tuesday morning.Around 7 a.m., two men entered the home of the elderly man and his 66-year-old wife, they tied the couple’s hands and feet then proceeded to demand the location of the couple’s cash and valuables.After taking the couple’s cellphones valued at $500 and $300, the men demanded more valuables and cash.According to reports, a pot of boiling water in which the couple was using to boil peas was taken from the stove top and dumped on the elderly man.The men fled the home of the couple with both cellphones and $500.The couple remained tied for an hour until a visiting relative found them and alerted the police.San Fernando CID and Southern Division Task Force responded to the call and are currently investigating.The elderly man was taken to the San Fernando General Hospital to be treated for burns on his back and head.This is the second home robbery of the elderly to occur within San Fernando’s jurisdiction this year.In February, an elderly couple in San Fernando was also tied up and robbed at gun point in their home at Retrench Village.Two men robbed the victims after they bound their hands and feet with telephone cords and taped their mouths, robbing them of cash and valuables totaling $8,000.The couple took two hours to untie themselves and alerted police, but no arrests were made in that incident.
The NFL, to help contain the spread of COVID-19, has ordered all 32 teams to conduct their 2020 training camps in their own local team facilities.But that doesn’t mean every team will feel “at home” while not going away. For the Steelers, the league mandate brings an abrupt end to a tradition that began in 1966. Given the ardent nature of Steelers fans, the short trip from Pittsburgh was also a key revenue driver for the businesses in Latrobe in July and August. But in a year when NFL camps are bound to have no sweaty faithful in attendance, the experience wasn’t set up to be the same, anyway.Although most teams hold camps in their team facilities now, other teams impacted by a full home camp are the Raiders (Napa, Calif., since 1996) and Cowboys (Oxnard, Calif., since 2004). Las Vegas will conduct camp in its new Henderson, Nev., headquarters, while Dallas won’t travel from The Star in Frisco, Texas.Should the fight against the novel coronavirus take more positive turns, one can presume the Steelers will resume camping in Latrobe in 2021. For one year, however, they will need to adjust to breaking a long-standing routine. Latrobe, Pa., has been known for two things as a small town of less than 10,000 people about an hour east of Pittsburgh. The first is being the birthplace of Rolling Rock Beer. The second is hosting the Steelers annually for their preseason preparations for more than five decades.NFL FREE AGENCY: Best players available at each positionThis year, the Steelers won’t be training at Saint Vincent College on the field named for Chuck Noll, their late Super Bowl-winning coach.While the Steelers have a terrific modern facility called the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Sportsplex in the South Side neighborhood in their own backyard, Latrobe has been the NFL’s best, most picturesque out-of-town camp around for a long time, seeing most of the franchise’s greatest players pass through over 54 years. The community in the Laurel Highlands has provided a beautiful hilly backdrop for the intensity and heat of camp.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Northern Metalic Flyers were back at it yesterday against the Peace River Sabres. The team got off to a bit of a slow start but were able to pull things together in the final 40 minutes for a 4-2 win.The Sabres got on the board first at the midway point of the period, and after the Flyers tied the game as the frame progressed Peace River got the lead back just before the intermission with four seconds left.Trailing as play got back underway in the second the Flyers wasted no time turning the tables. They tied the game just over four minutes after play resumed and added another two goals with 8:40, and 1:46 left respectively.- Advertisement -Scoring for the Flyers were Connor Bowie (2), Connor Kindrat, and Cooper Beamish.