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PHOTOS: Matisyahu At Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas, 11/12/17

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first_imgMatisyahu | Brooklyn Bowl | Las Vegas, NV | 11/12/2017 | Photo: Erik Kabik Load remaining images On Sunday evening, rapper and beatboxer Matisyahu tore up Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas with a characteristically fiery performance. Currently, Matisyahu is in the midst of his extensive fall tour, with Sunday’s performance marking the beginnings of the tour’s west coast leg—until the end of November, Matisyahu will be performing across California, Oregon, and Washington, before landing in Colorado in the beginning of December.Spafford Welcomes Matisyahu During Wild ‘Lion King’ Halloween Show [Video/Photo]Check out photos from last night’s performance at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas below, courtesy of photographer Erik Kabik.last_img read more

People don’t trust credit unions with ugly websites

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first_img 32SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr They say in relationships if you don’t have trust, you don’t have anything. This is good advice for anyone, but especially for credit unions. In your line of work, trust is essential. If you’re going to persuade potential members to choose you over bigger, more established banks, they have to trust you can take care of their money and their future. Trust is non-negotiable.The most obvious way to foster trust and build confidence is to actually be trustworthy. Consistent good behavior builds your reputation and helps you win more customers through word of mouth. But that’s not enough.On every channel, through every marketing channel, you should be communicating your trustworthiness. This includes your website, which is the face of your brand.  Nonmembers and members alike are going to interact with you more online than anywhere else. Your home page is where they will go first to find out more about you and your services. When they land on your credit union website design, they should feel welcome, at home, and safe in your hands. continue reading »last_img read more

URSS heads to Dodge City Raceway Park this Saturday

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first_imgThe next night the tour made its first trip of the season to Dodge City where track regular Luke Cranston of Ness City picked up the victory.  By David Smith, Jr., OKTidbits DODGE CITY, Kan. – A busy stretch consisting of two weekends of racing for the Lucas Oil POWRi United Rebel Sprint Series presented by Mel Hambelton Ford Racing kicks off this com­ing Saturday night as the tour makes its second trip of the young 2019 race season to Dodge City Raceway Park and another battle with the Precise Racing Products DCRP Sprints. Pit gates open at 3 p.m. with grandstands opening at 5 p.m. Hot laps begin at 7 p.m. with race action slated for 7:30 p.m.  Three events have been completed thus far this season with Jake Martens of Fairview, Okla., picking up the season-opening victory at 81 Speedway back on April 5.  Both events will see the URSS drivers take on the Sprint Series of Oklahoma presented by Smi­ley’s Racing Products with each night paying $1,000 to the night’s feature finale winner. Grandstand adult general admission is $15 while kids 11 and under will be admitted for free into the grandstands. All pit passes are $30.  In the last event held back on May 4, Lincoln, Neb.’s Jason Martin claimed the checkered flag at Lincoln County Raceway in North Platte.  In the staging area: After this Saturday night’s event at Dodge City Raceway Park, the Rebels will gear for a Memorial Day weekend doubleheader. It will all kick off Saturday night, May 25, at Long­dale Speedway in Longdale, Okla., before heading to 81 Speedway in Park City and once again become part of the track’s Sprint Car Maynia III for a Sunday night event. Twenty-eight drivers competed in that first event back in April at Dodge City and officials expect about that many this weekend for the $700-to-win feature finale. Brian Herbert will come into the night’s racing action as the point leader while two-time and defend­ing tour champion Zach Blurton is just four-points behind.last_img read more

Rahkeem Cornwall makes it to West Indies Test squad

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first_imgRAHKEEM Cornwall has finally made it to the West Indies Test squad. The 26-year-old hard-hitting off-spinning all-rounder was among the 13 men picked to play the two-match series against India starting on August 22.There was another highly-rated young player on the fringes, but fitness issues ruled him out. Alzarri Joseph, who was part of the team that beat England earlier this year and also made a splash in the IPL, is still recovering from injury.This series will mark both India and West Indies’ debut in the World Test championship. At the World Cup, Chris Gayle mentioned that he might possibly want to play one more Test match before retiring but he has not been selected in this squad.Cornwall made his first-class debut in 2014 and has since become a regular for Leewards Islands, even captaining them earlier this year. He has 260 wickets from 55 first-class matches and finished as the leading bowler in the most recent regional four-day tournament.“Rahkeem has been performing consistently over a long period of time and has proved to be a match-winner, so we believe his elevation to the Test squad is merited at this time,” Robert Haynes, the head of CWI’s interim selection panel, said.“We believe he can provide an attacking option to our bowling attack with his sharp turn and extra bounce. He can also lend a bit of depth to the batting, so we are looking forward to him coming into the squad and making a valuable contribution.”Cornwall has also been part of several West Indies-A teams, including the one who played against India’s recently. Batting in the lower-middle order, he scored two half-centuries and picked up four wickets. He has a striking presence, standing over six feet tall, capable of hitting effortless sixes.Joseph, meanwhile, was last seen in the IPL where he picked up a record-breaking 6 for 12 on debut for Mumbai Indians but played only three matches before suffering a tear to his right arm.“Alzarri is undergoing remedial work and we are monitoring his recovery,” Haynes said. “But we do not think he is ready yet to last five days of a gruelling Test match. He represents a key part of West Indies future and we do not want to rush him back. We have two important series coming up later in the year in India and we want to be very careful how his recovery is managed.”The only other player missing out from the squad who beat England in the last Test series they played was left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican.SQUAD – Jason Holder (captain), Kraigg Brathwaite, Roston Chase, Darren Bravo, John Campbell, Shimron Hetmyer, Shai Hope, Shannon Gabriel, Rahkeem Cornwall, Keemo Paul, Shane Dowrich, Kemar Roach, Shamarh Brooks. (ESPN Cricinfo).last_img read more