Watch George Porter, Anders Osborne & More Jam Out At NOLA Crawfish Festival


first_imgUpdate 4/12/17: With the second annual NOLA Crawfish Festival just around the corner (May 1-3 at Central City BBQ), we decided to revisit one of the standout sets of last year’s event!What do you get when you bring together thousands of pounds of crawfish, thousands of gallons of beer, and George Porter, Jr., Anders Osborne, Jason Crosby, Terence Higgins, Dave Malone and Billy Iuso? Well, in the case of the last set of the inaugural NOLA Crawfish Festival, you end up with a capacity crowd of smiling people eating, drinking and dancing!The new festival was held on the “daze between” Jazz Fest weekends, and the all-star lineup merged together with ease. Whether it was Radiators’ guitarist Dave Malone trading licks with NOLA staple Billy Iuso, or George Porter Jr.’s thumping basslines, or Higgins’ powerful rhythms, everyone in the capacity crowd was shaking it! The band even welcomed sit-ins from Jason Crosby and Anders Osborne throughout the set, only adding to the magic with their soul drenched musicianship.The band kept things loose and jammy, and no song went under ten minutes as the players took turns stretching the elements. Fortunately, we had our own Rex Thomson on hand to capture the magic at the NOLA Brewery. Without further ado, check out The Crawfish All-Stars at their finest!“Papaya”“Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues”“George’s Jam”“Them Changes”“Do or Die” The second annual NOLA Crawfish Festival will take place at Central City BBQ during the days between Jazz Fest weekends, May 1-3. This year’s lineup includes George Porter Jr., Eric Krasno, John Medeski, Luther Dickinson, Jon Cleary, Nigel Hall, and so many more! Get tickets and more info here.last_img read more

LAAD 2012 Seeks New Proposals for Security


first_imgBy Dialogo April 13, 2012 The event aims to provide a favorable atmosphere for discussion about a new vision for the security sector, according to which the participation of society and integration between the public and corporate sectors are increasingly becoming strategic factors in defining the guidelines to be followed. As a result, the program anticipates, besides the exhibition, that the 2nd LAAD Security Seminar will be held simultaneously. I find interesting the LAAD 2012 event and I would like to have access,through your magazine, if possible, to the discussions and resolutions of the plenary, especially those regarding the corporate security policies. Is there a website or electronic mail where I can cotact the organizers or directors of the LAAD event? Thanks and congratulations on the magazine The trade show, restricted to professionals in the sector and invited guests, will present the technical and scientific production and technological training offered by companies from all over the world, representing the main developers of cutting-edge solutions in a variety of segments, such as weaponry, communications systems, command-and-control systems, specialized vehicles, engineering, and services, among others. Over 150 companies, from 13 countries – China, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Holland, Israel, Italy, Poland, Russia, South Africa, Spain, and the United States – in addition to Brazil, have already confirmed their attendance. The issue of security, one of the pillars of the current federal administration and a topic increasingly present in Brazilian daily life, is winning a new space for debate and the presentation of solutions. Over 10,000 visitors are expected, including official delegations from Latin America, public-safety authorities from Brazil, security managers for large corporations, and providers of services and critical infrastructure. During the event, plenary meetings of the national councils that gather the authorities in the sector will be held. Between April 10 and 12, public agencies, businesses, and security specialists will gather in Riocentro, Rio de Janeiro, for LAAD (Latin America Aerospace and Defense) 2012 – Defense and Security International Exhibition. last_img read more

Twisters Double Up Wildcats


first_imgThe Oldenburg Boys traveled to Franklin County tonight winning 4-2.‘We had a well played first have scoring 3 times before the half. The second half we hit the goal early and made it 4-0. The boys dominated possession, but had trouble putting the ball in the net. They had a bit of a hiccup in the defense allowing the Wildcats to put 2 quick ones in. Final score, OA-4; FC-2.’ Courtesy of Sandy Mahoney.Oldenburg ran off to a quick 4-0 lead, but FC fought back, scoring two quick goals. The first was Juan Simancas and the second, Cledith Martin. FC will hit the training pitch Thursday in preparation for Rushville on Monday. Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Dan Gartenman.last_img

Loughmore defeat Holycross


first_imgLoughmore build an early lead running out winners on a scoreline of Loughmore 1-16 Holycross-Ballycahill 0-10 A Cian Hennessy goal was the key score for Loughmorelast_img