The rumors are indeed true: Axl Rose will front AC/DC for a series of Rock Or Bust tour dates. The announcement of Rose’s inclusion in the band comes just weeks after it was reported that lead singer Brian Johnson would be unable to perform, due to the potential for significant hearing loss. Axl Rose was rumored to be involved in rescheduling tour dates that the band was forced to cancel, and today AC/DC confirmed the news.AC/DC made the announcement with a press release, thanking Johnson for his tenure and welcome Axl Rose into the fold. “AC/DC band members would like to thank Brian Johnson for his contributions and dedication to the band throughout the years. We wish him all the best with his hearing issues and future ventures… As much as we want this tour to end as it started, we understand, respect and support Brian’s decision to stop touring and save his hearing. We are dedicated to fulfilling the remainder of our touring commitments to everyone that has supported us over the years, and are fortunate that Axl Rose has kindly offered his support to help us fulfill this commitment.”The band has announced a series of European tour dates, and promises to reschedule the ten postponed U.S. events as well. You can see the schedule below:AC/DC with Axl Rose European Tour Dates May 7 – Lisbon, Portugal @ Passeio Maritimo De Alges May 10 – Seville, Spain @ Estadio De La Cartuja May 13 – Marseille, France @ Stade Velodrome May 16 – Werchter, Belgium @ Werchter Site May 19 – Vienna, Austria @ Erns-Happel Stadium May 22 – Prague, Czech Republic @ Letnany Airport May 26 – Hamburg, Germany @ Volksparkstadion May 29 – Berne, Switzerland @ Stade De Suisse June 1 – Leipzig, Germany @ Red Bull Arena June 4 – London, England @ The Stadium, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park June 9 – Manchester, England @ Etihad Stadium June 12 – Aarhus, Denmark @ Ceres Park
Read Full Story Bryan Stevenson J.D./M.P.P. ’85, a widely acclaimed public interest lawyer, founder and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative and best-selling author of “Just Mercy,” will be the speaker for the Harvard Law School Class of 2020’s graduation ceremonies. The school’s virtual celebration will occur on May 28, with an on-campus ceremony to take place at a date to be announced.In 1989, Stevenson founded the Equal Justice Initiative, a human rights organization in Montgomery, Ala., with the initial aim of providing free legal help to inmates facing capital sentences in Alabama. For more than 30 years, he and EJI have defended countless individuals facing capital punishment and juveniles prosecuted as adults, while also working to address systemic issues of mass incarceration, excessive sentences, and racial bias in the criminal justice system. He has argued and won multiple cases at the Supreme Court of the United States, including a 2019 ruling invalidating the imposition of capital punishment on those with dementia and a landmark 2012 decision holding unconstitutional mandatory sentences of life-imprisonment-without-parole for those 17 or younger. He and EJI staff have won reversals or release from prison for more than 135 wrongly condemned individuals on death row and won relief for hundreds of others wrongly convicted or unfairly sentenced.Stevenson has also led the creation of two highly acclaimed cultural sites which opened in 2018, The Legacy Museum and The National Memorial for Peace and Justice. The new national landmark institutions chronicle the legacy of slavery, lynching and racial segregation and the connection to mass incarceration and contemporary issues of racial bias.Stevenson’s work has won him national acclaim. In 1995, he was awarded the prestigious MacArthur Foundation “Genius” Prize; the ABA Medal, the American Bar Association’s highest honor; the National Medal of Liberty from the American Civil Liberties Union, after he was nominated by United States Supreme Court Justice John Stevens; the Public Interest Lawyer of the Year by the National Association of Public Interest Lawyers; and the Olof Palme Prize, for international human rights.He has received more than 40 honorary doctoral degrees, including degrees from Harvard, Yale, Princeton, the University of Pennsylvania, and Oxford University.His award-winning memoir “Just Mercy,” which examines systemic racism in the criminal justice system through his clients’ stories, was published in 2014 and quickly became a New York Times Bestseller. It was named by Time Magazine as one of the 10 Best Books of Nonfiction for 2014 and has been awarded several honors including the Carnegie Medal by the American Library Association for the best nonfiction book of 2015 and a 2015 NAACP Image Award. “Just Mercy” was recently adapted as a major motion picture, starring Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx.After graduating from Harvard with both a J.D. from the law school and a master’s in public policy from the Kennedy School, Stevenson began representing capital defendants and individuals on death row in the deep south, as a staff attorney with the Southern Center for Human Rights in Atlanta.For more information about Harvard Law School’s Commencement activities, see the law school’s commencement website.
Malicious cyberattacks are commonplace within our constantly transforming IT world. It should be well known by now that even with an all-encompassing strategy complete with best-in-class breach detection and prevention and data security technology, the likelihood of a successful cyberattack is still possible. The urgent question IT Directors and Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) are now asking their teams is, “How cyber-resilient is my organization?”.While a heavy portion of an IT team’s efforts are dedicated to instituting attack prevention technology, promoting good IT hygiene among and trying to stop bad things from happening, organizations should also plan for incident response and overall cyber-resilience.When a successful attack happens, from a people and process perspective, is everybody on the team aware of their role? What do those roles entail? Does the current infrastructure enable the team and organization for successful incident response and recovery?Another aspect to carefully consider is involving cross-functional members of the business in the planning and response, as the damage from cyberattacks are often far stretching and are just as much of a business problem as an IT problem. In fact, a custom research study conducted by ESG for RSA in June 2018 found that 69 percent of respondents agreed that the relationship between IT security and business risk can be difficult to coordinate.In this video, hear more from Dell EMC’s Product Manager for Cyber Recovery Stefan Voss about the different approaches required to effectively respond to cyber-attack incidents:Dell EMC Cyber Recovery Software Recovering data from a cyberattack requires a different approach vs. typical disaster recovery. The goal of cyber incident response is to ultimately get the organization back to an optimal, steady state as quickly as possible. Ultimately, when blindly applying already existing Disaster Recovery or Operational Recovery procedures and plans, they will quickly show their low success rate in cyber-attack situations and scenarios.Understanding this led us to announce the Dell EMC Cyber Recovery solution, an easy-to-deploy management and automation software, in October 2018. We have applied strengths in our portfolio to address this specific requirement with a unique architecture that provides true data isolation and flexibility for our customers. Customers have responded very positively to this, with one saying he can sleep better at night knowing his data is safe.See Cyber Recovery in Action at RSA ConferenceStop by the Dell Technologies booth #4535 at the RSA Conference next week to see a demo and speak with a data protection expert about how you can help your organization and business become truly cyber-resilient. Cyber Resilience and Incident Response planning will be a heavy discussion topic at the RSA Conference panel session “Ransomware Attack Protection and Recovery: Lessons from the Front Lines,” including our own Stefan Voss, senior director, product management, Dell EMC. You can reserve a seat via the link above and make sure it is part of your RSA Conference agenda.We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco at RSA Conference 2019!If you would like to learn more about Dell EMC Cyber Recovery software in the meantime, visit Dell EMC Cyber Recovery.
People’s United Bank,Chittenden Bank President Michael Seaver and Senior Vice President Kathy Schirling presented the final $10,000 contribution of the bank s $40,000 multi-year pledge for the American Cancer Society Hope Lodge Campaign to Hilary Casillas, vice president of income development, on Thursday, July 30, at Hope Lodge, 237 East Avenue in Burlington.In 2007, the Society built a new, 13,000-square-foot facility on East Avenue, close to Fletcher Allen Health Care, to provide free, temporary housing and support services to more than 2,000 cancer patients and their families each year, tripling the capacity of the old Burlington Lodge in operation since 1983. Thanks to the generosity of community donors like Chittenden Bank, nearly $5 million dollars were raised to fund construction of the Lois McClure-Bee Tabakin building, which opened in January 2008. Chittenden Bank made a sound investment in Hope Lodge and for the people of Vermont, said Casillas. Cancer patients now have a home away from home, where they receive services and support which help ease the financial and emotional burden of the cancer experience.Chittenden Bank, a division of People s United Bank, is the largest full-service bank in Vermont, serving its consumer, small business and corporate business clients at more than 47 statewide offices. We are proud to have participated in funding the construction of the American Cancer Society Hope Lodge that now welcomes so many cancer patients and their families, said Seaver. Having the Hope Lodge close to the hospital, where cancer patients and their families can go to rest is important to us.More than a place to stay, the American Cancer Society Burlington Hope Lodge is a home away from home, offering cancer patients a comfortable and supportive environment for encouragement and healing.Hilary Casillas, vice president of income development, accepts check from Chittenden Bank President Michael Seaver
11SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Stop ignoring this financial advice, and you will save more. by: Morgan QuinnGood advice can be hard to take – especially when it comes to money. Often, the thing that’s best for us is the thing we really don’t want to do. Saving more and spending less is boring; why do that when you can have fun now?Well, you know what else sounds boring? Working for the next 50 years.There are some very basic pieces of money advice that experts give, but no one seems to follow. So, let’s make a deal: How about we start listening to what these experts are saying? The sooner we start, the sooner we’ll reach our financial goals.Here are nine pieces of financial advice you need to stop ignoring.1. Run your financial life like a business.You should treat your budget like a business because, in the business of life, the bottom line matters. Many of the same principles business owners use can be applied to your personal life: prioritize, assess and restrain. Everything that keeps a business running will keep your personal finances in order: prioritize your spending, assess your profits and losses, and don’t lose sight of the big picture, like saving for retirement or getting out of debt. continue reading »
More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 202028 Chapman Drv, Mysterton“The reason for the sale was a work opportunity that was too good to pass up so they have renovated this home with a view they would be in it for 10 or more years,” he said.“It has a high end fit-out and things like extra insulation which you probably wouldn’t get in a house that had been renovated for sale.”Ray White Townsville Riverside agent Teresa Chandler is selling 54 Guilfoyle Cct, Kirwan, for $1,150,000. The huge, high-end home is in a prestigious pocket of Kirwan and borders the golf course. 18 Macquarie St, Jensen.HIGH-end buyers with $1 million to splash on Townsville property are being told to buy now with value for money at the high end of the market at its peak.Agents are warning that while now it’s easy to snap up a luxury home for below replacement cost, that is likely to change as the market improves.In Sydney $1 million will buy only a small one or two bedroom apartment in many suburbs, while in Townsville a buyer could nab a luxuriously appointed, expansive house in some of Townsville’s most desirable locations.Keyes & Co principal and REIQ regional director Damien Keyes said many locals were taking advantage of the softening market and upgrading to homes that otherwise would be out of their reach.“The broader market’s general softening has brought a sense of reality and all owners, especially in the higher end, are pricing properties well to attract buyers,” he said.“There is a lot of upgrading going on by local professionals and families because when the market turns those higher end homes will be harder to get for a good price.”Mr Keyes is selling 28 Chapman St, which was renovated by the owners as their dream home, and it’s for sale for below the renovation costs. 54 Guilfoyle Circuit, KirwanMs Chandler said homes such as this one would soon go up in price if high-end buyers did not act quickly.“Buy before prices start going up,” she said.“We are seeing more buyers, but prices haven’t actually risen yet. If they don’t buy now they are going to end up missing out on some really good property deals.”Ray White agent Julie Mahoney, who regularly sells homes for over $1 million, said there was great value for money at the high end of the market but that could soon change.“Terry Ryder (Hotspotting founder) has just named Townsville one of the top 10 places to buy in and there are of course buyers from Sydney and Melbourne looking at regional areas,” she said. “People are also looking at the lifestyle here and … they say how relaxed it is here and in the age of technology and being upwardly mobile, people can do business from anywhere.”
There’s claims of some being upset after Grealish broke the UK’s coronavirus lockdown laws early into the demands. “Knowing Jack, he’ll know he made a big mistake,” said Agbonlahor to Sky Sports. “I think he just thought to himself ‘I could pop round’ and see a friend.Advertisement “He knows deep down. He knows he’s done wrong. He’s been punished now and I think it’s something that we should stop talking about and move on. read also:Agbonlahor fears for Aston Villa if season resumes without fans “He’s apologised, he’ll be doing something to try and help now and he’ll have been the first one to take a wage cut. “He’s a very generous guy.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Former Aston Villa captain, Gabby Agbonlahor, is confident Jack Grealish’s relationship with fans is rock solid. Loading… Promoted ContentWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black HolesWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The WorldBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made12 Actors Who Always Play Bad Characters90s Stunners Who Still Look GorgeousBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldGreatest Movies In History Since 19825 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks
COLUMBIA, S.C. – IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock drivers are in the running this season for new contingency awards from RAM Clutches.Top five eligible finishers in both the Big Daddy Race Cars Northern Region and the Charger Chassis Southern Region receive $50 product certificates from the Columbia, S.C., high performance parts manufacturer.“We are excited to have the Hobby Stock division added to the IMCA program for 2016,” said RAM Marketing Manager Mike Norcia. “This is a market that RAM has some great products for in terms of performance and reliability and we look forward to working with this new division of racers!”RAM Clutches again gives $50 certificates to top five drivers in the EQ Cylinder Heads Northern and Southern regions for IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars, and in national Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod and Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center Southern SportMod standings.Drivers in all four divisions must display two RAM decals on their race car, compete with a RAM product and return a completed sign-up form to the IMCA home office by Aug. 1 to be eligible for those contingencies.Certificates will be presented during the national awards banquet in November or mailed beginning the following week from the IMCA home office.Other products with IMCA applications manufactured by RAM include flywheels, hydraulic bearings and repair parts.“This year the shift in this program from Modifieds to Hobby Stocks targets the highest percentage of drivers with a manual transmission and able to utilize the RAM clutch package,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder observed. “They’ve been a great partner for the past four years and IMCA’s future with them remains bright.”More information is available by calling 803 788-6034, on Facebook and at the www.ramclutches.com website.
By Mike HughesSTOCKTON, Kan. (July 2)—Daniel Gottschalk and Colton Pfeifer made repeat appearances in victory lane in round two of the Kansas Thunder Series Saturday at Rooks County Speedway.Brady Bencken took the early lead in the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock feature but a couple early cautions kept the field close. Pfeifer then took control on lap five and led the remaining distance to win his second series feature.Shay Simoneau chased Pfeifer most of the race but had to settle for second, followed by Jeromy Wagner, Wade Wagenblast and Jace Smith.Gottschalk passed Tyler Watts on lap three of the Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod main event and pulled away for his second series win in a caution-free race. Watts, Tracy Holloway, Pat Bedore and Logan Thomsen rounded out the top five.Kaid Calhoon scored his first-ever Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified feature win. Randy Wilson led the opening lap until a four-car tangle brought out a red flag. All drivers were okay but Larry Sutton and Brian Calhoon were done for the night.While the race was halted, Wilson pulled into the pits and was also finished for the night. Mike Petersilie then led the field back to green but was passed one lap later by Kaid who motored away for the win. Petersilie finished in the runner-up spot, trailed by Tyler Frye, Tim Watts and Clay Money.Kyle Pfeifer led from green to checkered in the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car feature. A caution on lap 14 set up a green-white-checkered finish.On the final lap, a two-car tangle brought out the caution. Since all the drivers had taken the white flag, the race was called with Pfeifer the winner. Shaylon Holloway, Casey Woken, Chad Sterling and Colin Heim completed the top five.The series moves to Osborne Speedway during the Osborne County Fair on Wednesday and Thursday, July 27-28. Race time each night is 7 p.m.
“EXCITING”, “action packed” and “well organised” are just some adjectives used to describe the Guyana Softball Cup 6.The three-day tournament which ended on Sunday night was hosted by the Guyana Floodlight Softball Cricket Association (GFSCA) and featured 24 teams from both Guyana and North America who battled it out for softball cricket supremacy.Ultimately, Floodlights and Speedboat XI claimed the title of champions in the Masters and Open categories respectively.Ricky DeonarineChronicle Sport was able to speak with vice-president of the GFSCA who is also captain of the Floodlights team, Ricky Deonarine who gave his input on the tournament’s hosting.According to Deonarine, “There is always room for improvement but the tournament’s hosting was a success except for the hiccups. Unfortunate things happened and we have to sit as a group and talk about them,” said Deonarine.The hiccups that were mentioned by Deonarine included the delay of the final games on Sunday by two hours. This delay led to the tournament concluding after midnight.“Our intention was to finish the game at 22.00hrs but the circumstances were beyond our control which caused the games to start 2 hours late,” said Deonarine before sating “We would have finished at 22:00hrs and with the presentation ceremony included the latest we would have gone was 23.00hrs.”It is no secret that the highest level of softball cricket played in Guyana is seen at the Guyana Softball Cup.It was with this is mind Deonarine laid out a challenge. “All the people who criticised Softball Cup 6 we encourage them to host a tournament and do even better than we did.”Also impressed with the hosting of the tournament was manager of the Ontario Masters’ team Azeem Karmat Khan.Khan who is also the president of the Softball Masters League in Toronto stated, “You can’t please everyone. The Floodlights organisation did well and I was very impressed I’m taking cues from them.”Khan also gave some information on the Toronto Softball Cup which will be hosted in August of 2017. “The tournament will be August 4-6 on the weekend of Caribana and we’ll have Guyanese teams in Toronto as well.”With the focus the association is giving to softball in Guyana, the future of the game looks very bright.