SunSquabi To Donate $1 Per Ticket To Can’d Aid Foundation On Current Tour

first_imgSUNSQUABI TOUR DATESMar 10 – Riviera Theatre – Chicago, ILMar 16 – High Noon Saloon – Madison, WIMar 17 – Cabooze – Minneapolis, MNMar 21 – Rose Music Hall – Columbia, MOMar 22 – Exit/In – Nashville, TNMar 23 – Variety Playhouse – Atlanta, GAMar 24 – Asheville Music Hall – Asheville, NCMar 25 – 1904 Music Hall – Jacksonville, FLMar 28 – 123 Pleasant St. – Morgantown, WVMar 29 – The Foundry – Philadelphia, PAMar 30 – Rex Theater – Pittsburgh, PAApr 4 – Madison Live – Covington, KYApr 5 – The Mousetrap – Indianapolis, INApr 6 – The Magic Stick – Detroit, MIApr 7 – The Intersection – Grand Rapids, MIApr 21 – Red Rocks Amp – Morrison, COApr 22 – Backwoods Music Fest – Ozark, ARJun 21 – Electric Forest – Rothbury, MIJun 28 – Electric Forest – Rothbury, MIJuly 13 – 14 Camp Bisco – Scranton, PAAug 2 – 4 – Summer Meltdown – Darrington, WASept 20 – 22 – Resonance Festival – Thornville, OHView All Tour Dates SunSquabi kicked off their Just A Little tour on Friday night in Madison, WI, and are heading all over the country for the next 3 weeks. The band has teamed up with the Colorado brewing company Oskar Blues / Can’d Aid Foundation on this tour to give back to the community by raising money from concert tickets, with the intention of donating music instruments to public schools in need. For every ticket sold on the Just A Little tour, the band will donate $1. As a reult, CAN’d Aid and their TUNES Ambassadors will be able to host music workships, teaching kids how to jam to blues, rock, funk, and more. Learn more about Can’d Aid Foundation here. So far, instrument donations are scheduled for Madison, WI and Jacksonville, FL on this tour.Appropriately named Just A Little, this tour is just a sliver of what Sunsquabi has in store for the future as they continue on in their musical odyssey. Joining the band on support will be friends Exmag and Beak Nasty. Back in November, SunSquabi sold out their first headlining show at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver, CO. The accomplishment solidified the band into a headliner position in Colorado as they recently announced a co-headline appearance at Red Rocks with Opiuo on April 21st. The Just A Little tour is the largest headline run to date for the trio, and you can catch them in a city near you.You can enjoy pro-shot video of SunSquabi’s tour opening show below, courtesy of the band.last_img read more

General Dempsey to speak at 2016 Commencement

first_imgGeneral Martin Dempsey will speak at the University’s 171st Commencement Ceremony this May, the University announced Wednesday morning.As chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Dempsey served as the nation’s highest-ranking military officer.Dempsey, who retired Wednesday after four years at the position, spoke on campus last September on the threats facing the U.S. for the annual Jack Kelly and Gail Weiss Lecture on National Security. During that same visit, he presented the American flag during the ceremonies before the football game against Michigan, according to the press release.According to the press release, he graduated in 1974 from the U.S. Military Academy and later earned a master’s degree in English from Duke University before serving as an assistant professor of English at West Point for three years. He also holds master’s degrees in military art and national security sciences.Throughout his career, Dempsey has served all over the world, and received awards including the Defense Distinguished Service Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, the Distinguished Service Medal with three Oak Leaf Clusters, the Defense Superior Service Medal, the Legion of Merit with two Oak Leaf Clusters, the Bronze Star with “V” Device and Oak Leaf Cluster, the Combat Action Badge and the Parachutist Badge, according to the press release.According to the same press release, Notre Dame’s Commencement Ceremony will be held in Notre Dame Stadium on May 15, 2016 at 9 a.m.Tags: Commencement 2016, Commencement Speaker, General Martin Dempseylast_img read more

Why Broome-Tioga BOCES faces an uphill climb to reopen this fall

first_imgStudents from 15 different districts attend classes at Broome-Tioga BOCES. Because of this, superintendent Allen Buyck says his district faces logistical challenges other districts don’t. He did say he has seen some success with a largely remote learning plan, as his cosmetology students have been practicing on mannequins at their homes this summer. Buyck said he believes in person learning is the most beneficial method, and he said if people wear masks, schools are more likely to fully reopen. BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — One local school district is facing even greater challenges than most to reopen. “It would not shock me if we’re in some kind of hybrid mode,” Buyck told 12 News Thursday. “I think it’s going to be difficult for the schools to open up having all of their students back in the building, so I would expect we’ll see some kind of a mix between remote and in classroom.” This is one of several reasons the superintendent believes schools won’t be 100% open right away. On top of this, New York State still hasn’t sent out its finalized reopening guidelines, and has until the first week of August to do so.last_img read more