Setlist: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead at College Street Music Hall, New Haven, CT – 2/11/16Set One: China Cat Sunflower > The Eleven* > St. Stephen, Let It Grow, Eyes of the World* > St. Stephen (reprise) > (instrumental) Eyes of the World* > Cumberland Blues*Set Two: Playing In The Band > Magnificent Sanctuary Band* > King Solomon’s Marbles, West L.A. Fadeaway, Black-Throated Wind > BerthaEncore: Goin’ Down The Road Feeling Bad** – w/ Stuart BogieView Scott Harris Photo’s full gallery below: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead continued their Northeast conquest with a show at the College Street Music Hall last night, February 11th, treating fans to their one-of-a-kind take on the Grateful Dead’s music. After a stellar opening night in Washington, DC, Almost Dead wasted no time getting to work! The band opened the show with some of the Dead’s earlier material, including “China Cat Sunflower > The Eleven > St. Stephen.”The band also welcomed guest Stuart Bogie, a multi-instrumentalist who has risen through the ranks of the Brooklyn music scene. Bogie appeared throughout the show, joining in on “The Eleven,” “Eyes of The World,” “Magnificent Sanctuary Band” (a JGB favorite) and the encore of “Goin’ Down The Road Feeling Bad.”Melvin Seals On Faithfully Carrying The Torch Of Jerry GarciaCheck out photos from the show below, courtesy of Scott Harris Photo: Load remaining images
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Share Share LocalNews National Farm Certification Scheme for farmers by: Dominica Vibes News – May 29, 2015 Sharing is caring! Tweet 127 Views no discussions Share Director of Agriculture, Ricky BrumantA national program dubbed DOM-GAP, which seeks to ensure that Dominica maintains competitiveness for its fresh produce, is on stream. DOM GAP is a voluntary farm certification programme that targets all commercial farmers involved in primary production for the local and export markets.It caters for the certification of agricultural products, farms, farm workers, processes and systems against internationally recognized fresh produce standards such as Global GAP.The ultimate goal is to enable Dominica’s fresh produce to become internationally competitive through the adoption of innovative farming practices that incorporates the concepts of globally accepted Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) within the framework of commercial agricultural production for long term improvement and sustainability.The program has been endorsed by the ministry of agriculture, through its director of agriculture, Ricky Brumant.“Our strategic outlook points to building a farmer that is sound, a farmer that provides food which is sound for human consumption, a farmer that will increase the competitive edge of the country,” Brumant said.The DOM-GAP pilot project is geared at testing systems and measures that have been developed in support of the National Farm Certification Scheme. The pilot project is targeting five commodities namely, plantains, dasheen, hot pepper ginger and pineapple.“The effectiveness of that certification will ensure, not only that fifty farmers will be trained in the process, but it will certainly have the domino effect to the wider farming community,” Brumant added.“Dominica will come to the point where unless our farms are certified, unless we do things right it will be difficult to sell on the international market,” be continued.The program includes the auditing of farms to identify the gaps, the training and certification of farmers, implementation of audit recommendations on farm, the establishment of a farms assurers group, the establishment of a certification body and the development of the relevant normative documents that would lend to the bench-marking exercise.Mr Brumant further stated that Dominica should not only be concerned about the international market but with quality, wholesome foods.“We have to ensure that our families are healthy, we have to ensure that whatever comes from our farms are not filled with pesticide residues, we have to ensure that they are protected from damages due to rats and they are packaged properly,” Brumant said.Some of the benefits of DOM-GAP are that commodities will be produced in adherence to international best practices and guidelines; provide assurance that the commodities are suitable for human consumption and increase consumer and customer confidence in Dominican fresh produce.
GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 Teenager Ai Fukuhara and her partner Ryusuke Sakamoto won the mixed doubles title at the national championships on Thursday.Fukuhara, ranked 13th in the world, and Aomori University student Sakamoto defeated Yuji Taniguchi and Kaori Ohashi 11-6, 14-16, 11-4, 8-11, 11-8 in the final at Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium. The pair won five consecutive points from 8-6 down in the final game to capture their first title in two years and second overall. “I wanted to win this mixed doubles title very badly, so I’m pleased,” the 18-year-old Fukuhara said.