Watch Umphrey’s McGee Jam With Horn Section On New Year’s Eve

first_imgFor their New Year’s Eve performance at the Fillmore Auditorium, rockers Umphrey’s McGee welcomed back the Mad Dog’s Filthy Little Secret horn section for a monumental celebration. Umphrey’s has collaborated with the horn players in years past, and the reunion was certainly welcomed by the fans.Check out this horn-fueled performance of “Wife Soup” below, thanks to YouTube user Kyle Miller:You can also watch “Bridgeless > Puppet Strings” from this show as well:Check the full setlist below:Setlist: Umphrey’s McGee at Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, CO – 12/31/15Set I: Bathing Digits > Wappy Sprayberry > Puppet String, Mad Love, Bridgeless > Puppet String, Women, Wine & Song*, Speak Up*&Set II: Bad Friday, Wife Soup*, Red Tape*, Make It Right, Ringo > Blackbird (Beatles) jam > Educated Guess, Example 1*, Tempted*%Set III: Bright Lights, Big City* > Auld Lang Syne*, JaJunk > Bittersweet Haji > JaJunk, Push the Pig* > Space Funk Booty, Ignition*$, 40’s ThemeEncore: Much Obliged > Bridgeless, Christmas In Hollis*#* = W/ Mad Dog’s Filthy Little Secret& = debut% = debut cover by Squeeze$ = debut cover by R Kelly# = debut cover by Run DMClast_img read more

Adam Warren Henry Jr.

first_img He is preceded in death by his parents, Doris and Adam Henry, Sr.A Rosary for Mr. Henry will be recited at 10:00 a.m., followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00 a.m., Friday, January 24, 2020, at Christ the Redeemer Catholic Church, 11507 Huffmeister, Road, Houston.His interment will be at 1:00 p.m., for family and friends, Saturday, January 25, 2020, at Greenlawn Memorial Park, 3900 Twin City Highway, Groves, under the direction of Broussard’s, 505 North 12th Street.Memorial contributions may be made to Christ the Redeemer Catholic Church, 11507 Huffmeister Road, Houston, TX 77065.Complete and updated information may be found at: After Warren was discharged, he worked at Dupont Sabine River Works, Orange, as a rigger and safety planner. He retired in 2002.He married Danny Marie Kirwin in 1988.After their retirements they moved to Houston. Adam Warren Henry Jr., 76, of Houston, passed away on Tuesday, January 14, 2020.He was born November 15, 1943, in Port Arthur, to Doris Rogers Henry and Adam Warren Henry, Sr. Adam, better known as “Warren,” by his friends, was a United States Marine Veteran.After graduating from Thomas Jefferson High School, he served his country in the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam era.center_img Warren loved to cook, hunt, fish, dance, and entertain his friends.He also enjoyed spending time with his family.Most of all, he was devoted to being a servant to God.Survivors include his wife, Danny Henry; children, Adam W. Henry III and his wife, Shelley, of Lafayette, Louisiana; Gretchen Vaughan, of Houston; Darren K. Henry and his wife, Lara, of Austin; Shawna Campbell and her husband, Cassidy, of Richmond; Angelique Todar and her husband, Rainor, of Katy; grandchildren, Allie, Jainie, and Mallory Henry; Noelle and Elise Henry; Kya Howe and her husband, Clark, and Riley, Avery, Bethyn, and Cavynagh Campbell; and Andrew, Eliana Pineda, Raina, and Atalee Todar; and half-sister, Pam Reagan, of Port Arthur.last_img read more

US Port Projects Win USD 61.8 Million in TIGER Grants

first_imgSix commercial seaports or projects, that directly aid the efficient movement of goods to and from America’s ports, have been awarded a total of USD 61.8 million in funding, American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) said.The funding was awarded as part of the fiscal year 2016 Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grants.The six projects receiving awards in the eighth round of TIGER grants are the Port of Albany, Virgin Islands Port Authority, Port of Everett, Port Authority of Guam, Port of Portland and Little Rock Port Authority, Arkansas.AAPA President and CEO Kurt Nagle said that direct funding for maritime infrastructure projects, including connections to ports, “will improve freight mobility which helps reduce transportation costs and makes U.S. exports more attractive to overseas buyers.”In this round of grants, the ports received about 12.36 percent of the total funding of nearly USD 500 million.In TIGER’s first round in fiscal 2009, port-related infrastructure projects received about 8.6 percent of the original USD 1.5 billion allocated.last_img read more

Zambian Copperbelt railway agreement

first_imgZAMBIA: An agreement to complete a bankable feasibility study for the construction of a 590 km railway to serve the Copperbelt area of northern Zambia and the Angolan border was signed by project promoter Northwest Rail Co and South African logistics company Grindrod on February 3.Road infrastructure in the region is poor, and NWR believes rail would be more economical and less damaging to the environment. Following the signing of a memorandum of understanding in 2005, in July 2006 the government granted NWR exclusive rights to build, operate and maintain the proposed railway. The agreement was cancelled in 2008 when mining companies would not commit to using the line, but was reinstated in June 2011. Over the last year KPMG’s Infrastructure & Major Projects team has been developing the plan. The proposed 1 067 mm gauge line would be built in two phases. Work could begin this year on the US$489m phase one which would run 290 km from the existing railway and smelters at Chingola to the Kansanshi, Lumwana and Kalumbila mines. The US$500m phase two would run to Jimbe on the border with Angola and then link with the Benguela Railway, providing a through route to the port of Lobito which could be used to import oil and support mining in the western Copperbelt. ‘This investment will enable Grindrod to extract synergies from our existing investments in the North South rail corridor and our port operations in Maputo, Richards Bay and Durban’, said Dave Rennie, CEO of Grindrod Freight Services, Ports & Rail. ‘We also see great potential in creating an Atlantic gateway to central Africa through Lobito and look forward to playing our part in making this a reality with the development of phase two.’last_img read more

Absentee Ballots Counted For Kenai Peninsula Races

first_imgRepresentative Paul Seaton ran in the Democratic Primary as a nonpartisan candidate, and the only candidate in that primary for District 31. The results will be certified on Saturday, September 1. Sarah Vance maintained the lead in the Republican Primary for the District 31. Vance held the lead by 94 votes over John Cox. For House District 29 in the Republican Primary, Ben Carpenter, of Nikiski took the lead to challenger Wayne Ogle, also of Nikiski by a mere 13 votes. SENATE DISTRICT O (R) REPTotal Number of Precincts 17Precincts Reporting 17 100.0 %Times Counted 5924/31179 19.0 %Total Votes 5788Micciche, Peter A. REP – 2930 50.62%Gillham, Ronald D. REP – 2858 49.38% FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Division of Elections has completed counting the absentee ballots for the three close races on the Kenai Peninsula. HOUSE DISTRICT 31 (R) REPTotal Number of Precincts 9Precincts Reporting 9 100.0 %Times Counted 2902/16818 17.3 %Total Votes 2732Kroll, Henry F. REP – 398 14.57%Cox, John R. REP – 1120 41.00%Vance, Sarah L. REP – 1214 44.44% HOUSE DISTRICT 29 (R) REPTotal Number of Precincts 11Precincts Reporting 11 100.0 %Times Counted 3112/15335 20.3 %Total Votes 2721Ogle, Wayne H. REP – 1354 49.76%Carpenter, Benjamin REP – 1367 50.24% District Seat O: Senate Majority Leader Peter Micciche now leads challenger Ron Gillham in the Republican primary. Preliminary reports show Micciche leads Gillham by 72 votes.last_img read more

Pastrk and Kae opt were missing from Boston’s thorns, they’re not…

first_imgNHL’s top scorer Pastrk and Kae did not attend the first two throws on Monday and the day when they were quarantined to play after returning from Europe. Both et tonci joined the preparation of Boston in the middle, they missed again in Thursday.From the league’s point of view, they are not now medically inflicted. Hopefully, this will change in the near future, the Boston coach Cassidy told the newspaper. Whenever you make mistakes on a black thorn, sweat with them, that’s a cause for concern. But we’re just going, he added.Boston is the best component of the tournament for the first round of the playoffs. In Toronto, it will be a staple for the Mustard Entrance Conference, from August 2, the Bruins will face Washington, Tampa Bay and Philadelphia.Should I think about not having these games available in groups and playoffs? No, that would be speculation, Cassidy said. Of course, you don’t want to lose two member lineups and a game like David, who is the league’s best scorer. You want him here, you want him back in shape, you want him to get on the ice and be with his teammates. But no, he said, only the goals of David Vlada, the armor of Jakub Zboil and tonka David Krej in the right camp go.Twenty-five-year-old Pastrk scored 48 goals in 70 rounds before the run-off and the subsequent end of the NHL base, and together with Russian Washington cannon Alexander Ovekin, he shared the Maurice Richard Trophy for the league’s top scorer. The same star Kae sailed to Boston in a burrow from Anaheim.last_img read more