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  • US diabetes charity raises $50,000 online

     13 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis US diabetes charity raises $50,000 online The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation in New York has raised over $50,000 in online donations from 230 donors since it started accepting donations via its Web site in December.The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation in New York has raised over $50,000 in online donations from 230 donors since it started accepting donations via its Web site in December.Read Michael Bush’s Online Donations Exceed Expectations at Diabetes Group at Advertisement Howard Lake | 27 January 2000 | News About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of Researching massive growth in giving. read more

  • ACI Worldwide bring more new jobs to Limerick

    first_imgNewsBreaking newsBusinessACI Worldwide bring more new jobs to LimerickBy Staff Reporter – October 17, 2016 748 WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Email Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Facebook Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live WhatsApp Linkedin Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Twittercenter_img Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Advertisement Print TAGSACI WorldwidefeaturedIDAlimerick ACI Worldwide are establishing a dedicated data centre in Limerick ACI Worldwide are establishing a dedicated data centre in Limerick50 more new jobs have been announced for Limerick as ACI Worldwide (NASDAQ: ACIW), a leading global provider of real-time electronic payment and banking solutions, announce the opening of its new European data centre.Located in Limerick, this state-of-the-art facility delivers the utmost in reliability, security and data privacy, further expanding world-class payments solution capabilities and capacity for European customers, comprising some of largest merchants, intermediaries and financial institutions, including the two biggest banks in Ireland.In order to accommodate growing EMEA demand, the new fully redundant data centre was built and launched in record time, and meets the most stringent security and compliance standards. Moreover, it further leverages ACI’s product investments to make its Universal Payments solutions available to European companies through ACI’s private cloud.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The facility also brings job growth to the region. In partnership with IDA Ireland, ACI will add 50 new hires, on top of the current team of nearly 100. The company has had a presence in Limerick for ten years, cultivating strong talent as part of its long-standing internship program and collaboration with the University of Limerick.To commemorate the data centre opening, ACI today welcomed senior dignitaries from across the country to visit the facility. Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O Connor T.D. warmly welcomed the investment by ACI. “This new project, involving the construction of a new data centre in Limerick, is exactly the type of value added project we are pursuing. Hosting a data centre is a commitment for the long-term, given the scale of the capital investment involved. Ireland has attracted data centres from virtually all the major players over recent years and this is testament to Ireland and our agencies involved. ACI’s commitment is a great vote of confidence in both the infrastructure and skills available in the region. I wish ACI and its team continued success.”The Minister for Finance Michael Noonan T.D. said: “I’m delighted to see ACI cementing its presence in the Limerick region with the addition of this data centre. A further 50 jobs and increased physical infrastructure is testament to ACI’s confidence in Limerick and its highly skilled workforce. As Minister for Finance, I have championed electronic payments and have overseen a move in Ireland toward more efficient and convenient uses of electronic payments. I am a firm believer in the work that ACI is doing and I am grateful to see that they are a firm believer in the people of Limerick and the broader region.”Also speaking at the event, Minister for Employment and Small Business Pat Breen T.D. commented: “This is another very welcome announcement for the region and follows on from other recent significant announcements for Limerick. All jobs created have a positive knock on effect on the wider region. It is important that we continue to pursue opportunities for investment and job creation across all rural Ireland. Once again this investment is a testament to the skilled workforce and the attractiveness of the region. I wish the team at ACI every success for the future.”IDA CEO Martin Shanahan said: “It is great to see this company, which has been extremely successful in Ireland and across Europe, continue to grow and develop its operations here in Limerick. Supporting established companies like ACI is a key focus for IDA. The addition of this new data centre confirms ACI’s ongoing commitment to the region, and its continued growth presents further employment opportunities for the great pool of talent in Limerick and the wider region. I wish ACI continued success here.”“We are very excited about our new European data centre and the tremendous overall opportunities for ACI in the region, which is testament to our great team and our powerful Universal Payments offerings,” said Phil Heasley, president and CEO, ACI Worldwide. “As more organizations embrace private cloud solutions to gain a competitive edge, they’re turning to ACI; our dedicated cloud payments offerings provide the security, privacy and reliability that customers need and expect from mission-critical payment solutions.”ACI provides world-class electronic payments, banking, and fraud protection solutions and services to more than 4,600 financial institutions, retailers, and billers around the world through a private cloud, processing more than 35 million transactions per day.About ACI WorldwideACI Worldwide, the Universal Payments (UP) company, powers electronic payments for more than 5,100 organizations around the world. More than 1,000 of the largest financial institutions and intermediaries as well as thousands of global merchants rely on ACI to execute $14 trillion each day in payments and securities. In addition, myriad organizations utilize our electronic bill presentment and payment services. Through our comprehensive suite of software and SaaS-based solutions, we deliver real-time, immediate payments capabilities and enable the industry’s most complete omni-channel payments experience. To learn more about ACI, please visit You can also find us on Twitter @ACI_Worldwide. Previous articleMan to be charged over fatal Limerick assaultNext articleMunster mourns a fallen hero Staff Reporter Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clashlast_img read more

  • TxDOT traffic alerts for June 13 to 15, 2019

    first_imgLocal News TxDOT logo Texas Department of Transportation traffic alerts for June 13 to 15, 2019. >> ECTOR COUNTY: Contractor will be seal coating the state portion of West 16th Street (FM 3472 from FM 1936 to West Loop 338 Friday and Saturday, weather permitting. Please avoid area. Expect loose rock and wet material. Please obey flaggers and warning signs. >> MIDLAND COUNTY: Contractor will be seal coating RM 1357 in the southeast portion of the county from FM 1379 to the Glasscock County line. Please avoid area. Expect loose rock and wet material. Please obey flaggers and warning signs. >> PECOS COUNTY: Crews will need a lane closure to work on FM 11 south of the Pecos River n Thursday 6-13. Please obey flaggers and slow down in work zone. >> REEVES COUNTY: Crews will need a lane closure to work on FM 2903 about nine miles south of Toyah on Thursday 6-13. Please obey flaggers and slow down in work zone. Please follow pilot car safely. By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 WhatsApp WhatsApp Twitter Pinterest TxDOT traffic alerts for June 13 to 15, 2019center_img Facebook Facebook Pinterest TAGS  Twitter Previous articleDr. Daniel Cepero Memorial Track and Field meet : Day 2Next articleZion Williamson leads Pelicans past Pistons, 128-118 Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more

  • Five CLAT Aspirants Move SC Against Jharkhand HC Order Dismissing The Petition Challenging NLAT 2020 [Read Petition]

    first_imgTop StoriesFive CLAT Aspirants Move SC Against Jharkhand HC Order Dismissing The Petition Challenging NLAT 2020 [Read Petition] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK13 Sep 2020 11:31 PMShare This – xFive CLAT aspirants has approached the Supreme Court challenging the Jharkhand High Court Judgment which dismissed their petition challenging the NLSIU’s decision to hold a separate Admission Test -NLAT2020 According to the petitioners the entire purpose of CLAT would be frustrated by the holding of a separate NLAT by NLSIU as is sought to be done for the current academic year. Moreso,…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginFive CLAT aspirants has approached the Supreme Court challenging the Jharkhand High Court Judgment which dismissed their petition challenging the NLSIU’s decision to hold a separate Admission Test -NLAT2020 According to the petitioners the entire purpose of CLAT would be frustrated by the holding of a separate NLAT by NLSIU as is sought to be done for the current academic year. Moreso, in the current scenario, where during the Covid-19 pandemic, aspirants would have to expose themselves to further risk by appearing for multiple examinations.The NLAT was conceived to be a home-based proctored online examination wherein candidates were to attempt the examination using a computer device at their respective location. Petitioners submitted that a home proctored admission test may not be able to curb the menace of cheating thereby jeopardizing the entire admission process as was recently witnessed in a home proctored exam by a leading private university in the country. In view of the demands of many students to have test centres across the country due to non-availability of adequate resources to appear in a home proctored test, NLSIU made certain arrangements for the same. However, it is submitted that the arrangements were inadequate and prejudicial to the interest of students in the current circumstances. The Petitioners also submitted that the conduct of the NLAT on 12.09.2020 also left a lot to be desired, for the following reasons: 1. multiple issues related to verification, login, and facial recognition through their webcams. 2. complaints regarding not being able to take simulation exams. 3. great difficulty in contacting physical test centres for registration. 4. test centres in only 40 cities in the country (centres only in 20 States & 3 UTs, leaving 8 states and 5 UTs without any test centre). 5. less time being given than scheduled time of 45 minutes. 6. automatic submission of test paper much before scheduled time. 7. arbitrary warnings being given to the candidates. 8. inadequate infrastructure at test centres. 9. unresponsive helpline number. 10. various complaints made to NLSIU regarding use of unfair means by candidates. “NLSIU ought not to be permitted to change the rules of the game midway. The Petitioners had registered for CLAT as far back as in January 2020 on the understanding that the same would govern admission to 23 National Law Schools all over the country, including the NLSIU”.High Court Judgment “The present matter has pan India ramifications and petitioners have failed to make out a strong ground so as to invoke the extraordinary writ jurisdiction of this Court which is otherwise plenary in nature, it would not be appropriate for this Court to interfere with the notice dated 03.09.2020 issued by NLSIU, Bengaluru”, Jharkhand High Court said while dismissing the Writ petition challenging the decision of National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore, to hold a separate admission test called the National Law Aptitude Test (NLAT).A Single Bench of Justice Rajesh Shankar had reserved the Orders on Thursday (10th September) on the petitions filed by 5 law aspirants from Jharkhand who challenged the decision of the NLSIU to hold a separate admission test and sought the quashing of the notice dated 03.09.2020 issued by NLSIU declaring that a separate examination for admission to its Five Years B.A, LL.B. (Hons.) degree programme will be held on 12.09.2020.The Court acknowledged the fact that due to the outbreak of COVID-19, the CLAT 2020 was not conducted on the scheduled date and was shifted from time to time and presently the said examination is scheduled to be held on 28.09.2020.In the meantime, the Court noted, on 03.09.2020 the NLSIU, Bengaluru came up with a notice informing inter alia that the NLSIU Bengaluru would be conducting a separate examination on 12.09.2020 for admission to its five years B.A. LL.B. (Hons) degree programme.To get the information regarding the Arguments put forth in the Jharkhand High Court on Thursday (10th September), please refer to this article.Court’s OrderThe Court took note of the fact that the examination of National Law Aptitude Test (NLAT) 2020 is scheduled to be held on Saturday (12.09.2020) and the students from all over the country will appear in the said examination and thus, the primary question before this court is as to whether in the present facts and situation, would it be appropriate for this court, keeping in view the future prospects of thousands of students, to pass any direction which may have ramifications all over the country.While relying on the Judgments of the Apex Court in the Cases of Narendra Kumar Maheshwari v. Union of India & Others 1990 Supp SCC 440, Chhavi Mehrotra v. Director General, Health Services 1995 Supp (3) SCC 434 and Union of India & Ors. Vs. R. Thiyagarajan 2020 SCC Online SC 349, the High Court concluded that there cannot be a straitjacket formula to deal with the cases affecting an all-India issue or having ramifications all over the country.In this context, the Court noted,”The High Courts themselves should introduce a certain amount of discipline having regard to the principles of comity of courts administering the same general laws applicable all over the country in respect of granting interim orders which will have repercussion or effect beyond the jurisdiction of the particular courts. Such an exercise will be a useful contribution in evolving good conventions in the federal judicial system.”The Court further remarked,”It is not justified for a High Court to pass any order which has pan India repercussions. The reason behind it is that when the same issue is raised in different High Courts, there might be a possibility of different views coming up which would create an impossible situation for the implementing agency to comply with all the orders.”While relying on the Judgment of the Apex Court in the Case of Kusum Ingots & Alloys Ltd. Vs. Union of India & Another, reported in (2004) 6 SCC 254, the High Court said that even if a small part of the cause of action arises within the territorial jurisdiction of the High Court, the same by itself may not be considered to be a determinative factor compelling the High Court to decide the matter on merit. The Court, in appropriate cases, may refuse to exercise its discretionary jurisdiction by invoking the doctrine of forum convenience.Further, the Court observed,”Most of the grounds taken by the petitioners in challenging the impugned notice dated 03.09.2020 issued by NLSIU, Bengaluru to conduct NLAT, 2020 are substantially based on the terms and conditions of the bylaws agreed amongst all the participating NLUs forming the CLAT Consortium, the secretariat of which is located at Bengaluru itself.”The Court also took into account the fact that the petitioners-students have also based their contentions on the alleged violation of different terms and conditions of the bylaws by NLSIU Bengaluru which is also located in the State of Karnataka.To this, the Bench said,”In my view, it primarily seems to be an inter se dispute between CLAT consortium and NLSIU Bengaluru and this court has no territorial jurisdiction to adjudicate the same.”The Court also took into account the fact that a similar writ petition was pending before the Apex Court.It may be noted that the said petition was filed before the Hon’ble Supreme Court by a former Vice-Chancellor of NLSIU, Bengaluru, challenging the decision of NLSIU, Bengaluru to conduct a separate Law Entrance Examination i.e. NLAT, 2020.On Friday (11th September), the Bench headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan allowed the National Law School of India to conduct the Admission Test-NLAT2020 as per the schedule tomorrow.However, the Bench restrained the Administration from declaring the results and making Admissions.The present petition has been filed through by advocates Shubham Gautam, Baibhaw Gahlaut through the chambers of Kush Chaturvedi, AOR Aditya Shekhar, Adv. Priyashree Sharma, Adv.Click Here To Download Petition[Read Petition]Next Storylast_img read more

  • DA moving forward with Manafort case after Trump pardon

    first_imgFull Name* Manhattan district attorney Cy Vance, Paul Manafort, and President Donald Trump (Getty)Manhattan’s district attorney is moving forward with his effort to prosecute Paul Manafort on mortgage fraud charges after President Donald Trump pardoned his former campaign chairman Wednesday. The case is likely to test a law New York passed last year to close the “double jeopardy loophole” for presidential pardons.District Attorney Cy Vance’s office said it is continuing its attempt to appeal a ruling from last December in which a New York judge threw out its fraud charges against Manafort.Judge Maxwell Wiley ruled that the prosecutor couldn’t bring those charges against Manafort, who at the time was serving a 7 ½-year prison sentence after being convicted in federal court in 2017 on charges relating to his business dealings. This October, an appellate court upheld that ruling.Trump granted clemency to Manafort, citing “blatant prosecutorial overreach” in the case, but Vance’s office said it is not letting Manafort off the hook.“This action underscores the urgent need to hold Mr. Manafort accountable for his crimes against the people of New York as alleged in our indictment, and we will continue to pursue our appellate remedies,” Vance spokesperson Danny Frost said in a statement.Manafort’s defense attorney could not be immediately reached for comment.The former campaign chairman had been released from prison in May because of coronavirus concerns.Vance filed a 16-count indictment against Manafort in March 2019 that included allegations he deceived banks in order to get a loan on Soho condominium at 29 Howard Street in Manhattan.The charges came on the same day a federal judge increased Manafort’s prison sentence and were largely seen as a hedge in case Trump issued a pardon.In October of last year, New York state Democrats passed a law to close the “double jeopardy loophole,” to allow the state to prosecute people for state crimes after they have received presidential pardons, but it’s not clear how that will affect Manafort now.Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, said that if prosecutors move forward with a case against Manafort, it’s likely the state’s new law will be called into question.“It will be challenged for sure if there’s any state prosecution under this law,” he said.Contact Rich Bockmann Email Address* Share via Shortlink Message* Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Tagscyrus vanceDonald TrumpPaul Manafortlast_img read more

  • Bees Fall To Rainiers To Kick Off Extended Road Trip

    first_imgAugust 20, 2019 /Sports News – Local Bees Fall To Rainiers To Kick Off Extended Road Trip Tags: PCL/Salt Lake Bees/Tacoma Rainiers Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail(Tacoma, WA) — The Rainiers scored five runs in the second inning to beat the Bees 8-3 in Tacoma.Jared Walsh went 2-for-3 with an RBI and pitched the ninth inning, striking out two while not allowing a hit. Parker Bridwell gave up six runs on five hits and four walks over three innings to fall to 6-and-6.Salt Lake, which fell to 55-and-73, will continue its 11-game road trip tonight as they take on Tacoma again. Robert Lovelllast_img read more

  • A centenary of full University membership for women at Oxford

    first_imgOn the 7th of October 1920, Oxford began giving full membership to the University to women. While women had studied at the University before, they had been denied degrees. To mark this, the University is running the Women Making History Centenary campaign. It will aim to mark some of the movements and achievements of women that have helped Oxford become a university with more degrees awarded to women than men. Many colleges are also holding celebrations. Mansfield is marking the 40th anniversary of female admittance to the college with a museum-quality exhibition, along with an oral history project to record the experiences of their first female cohort. The first female justice and President of the Supreme Court, Baroness Brenda Hale, will give a public talk on 20th November. Regarding this appointment and the wider University campaign, the SU VP Women, Alex Foley, said: “The Covid-19 crisis has thrown the existing disparities in our society into stark relief. The asymmetries in the amount of unpaid labour women are expected to perform has become increasingly apparent, particularly mature students with caring responsibility or student parents. The global events of the past few months have also demonstrated the long road we have to how to achieve racial justice. Professor Stevenson told Cherwell: “I hope to provide diversity to the curriculum as well as support programs and projects that will embrace, expand and inspire meaningful research on women in the past and in contemporary societies.” Image credit: Brighton Museums / commons In 2019, women comprised half of all undergraduate students, and the number of incoming female undergraduates (53%) exceeded the male intake for the first time. The Vice-Chancellor said the appointment “will lead to the education of generations of historians who will ensure that women are never again written out of history”. Amongst other events, the University has announced an app providing a walking tour of Oxford with points of interest from the past century’s changes, an online collection of documents illuminating campaigns for female admissions, and an online event to uncover the contribution of women to Geography at Oxford. Oxford has launched a campaign to recognise the centenary anniversary of women at the University. The Hilary Rodham Clinton Chair of Women’s History has also been created to mark the centenary. It is to be given to Professor Brenda E. Stevenson, whose research focuses on race and gender. This position will enable “outstanding, pioneering research, and [will transform] how the subject is taught and studied at Oxford.” “I’ve been extremely pleased to witness the way the Women’s Centenary Group has maintained an intersectional perspective and tried to highlight the persisting barriers to full gender equality in high education for trans women and women of colour.”last_img read more


    first_imgRaging Moderate by Will DurstIt’s like a train wreck. Fascinating, repellant, and loud, all at the same time. Talking about the American presidential sweepstakes. And, as ratings for the last few debates seem to indicate, very hard to look away. It was Winston Churchill who called our election process, “a circus wrapped in a game show covered in poisonous weasel glitter.” And if he didn’t, he should have.Look at how we treat these poor people. Gang debates. Smug interrogators. Partisan witch hunts. Hostile examinations. Substandard lecterns. Marathon fund-raisers with cold congealed Swedish meatballs in a watery mustard sauce.What we end up with is scarred, dehydrated, emotional wrecks confused by simple math and their shoes. And that’s another question: Who would want this job? What kind of crazy masochistic flippo-unit voluntarily undertakes this mission of barbarous self- flagellation? Not just jumping into the flaming crucible of brutish internecine combat, but dragging their families along with them? You would not be far off concluding that anybody who can be elected president, shouldn’t be.Even the serious candidates quickly turn into bewildered patsies sentenced to months of trudging through Iowa and New Hampshire mud. Constantly dodging teams of opposition researchers looking for anything resembling dirt. And forced to eat gas station sushi.There has got to be a better way to pick the leader of the free world. The system we have now is much too long, totally fractious, unseemly, indecorous, vicious and unbecoming. Put those all together and what do you get: Television.If we’re going to run this like a reality show, let’s run it like a reality show. We already got them jumping through hoops, all we need are enough cameras to capture the action. It’s an award-winning, mini-series waiting for the right producer.Auction off the rights to the highest bidding network and let them fold it into one of their signature franchises. “America’s Next Top Politician.” “Dancing With the Office- Seekers.” “Keeping up with the Roosevelts.” “So You Think You Can Negotiate with Putin?” “Hell’s Campaign Trail.” “America’s Got BS.” The Real Hypocrites of Washington D.C.” “Project Inauguration.” Just insert some loophole that keeps CNBC out of the running.“Apprentice” morphed into “Celebrity Apprentice,” why not “Presidential Apprentice?” Let Donald Trump experience the joy of being fired from both ends. CBS could transform their hour each week to “The Amazing Race: Oval Office.” Only a few disgruntled campaign managers would quibble with calling it “The Biggest Loser.”Many shows wouldn’t need any alteration. “Big Brother” sort of already tangentially fits. As does “The Real World,” in a vague ironic sense. “Shark Tank,” definitely. “American Idol,” yeah, right, dream on. “The Voice,” or more aptly, “The Lack of Voice.”With the show’s emphasis on backstabbing and blindsiding, “Survivor: Foggy Bottom” is almost a perfect fit. We could even mimic the format and offer clues to help contestants find hidden immunity idols. “Congratulations. You may skip Nevada and South Carolina and go straight to Super Tuesday.”A number of reality show conventions could be adopted and/ or adapted. The weekly weigh in when they strip down to their undies would immediately trigger Must See TV. And finally, forget the hand on the Bible, on January 21, 2017, Chief Justice Roberts offers up to the incoming president… one single red rose.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

  • Moe. Announces Quentin Tarantino Theme For Both Nights Of Halloween Run

    first_imgWhen moe. put together a Star Wars themed Halloween last year, fans had high hopes for the band’s return to The Fillmore in Philadelphia, PA. Fortunately, the band has delivered another great movie-themed concept for this year’s run: Quentin Tarantino.As Tarantino has an incredible body of work, there’s no shortage of material to pull from his many films. Whether its the infamous Kill Bill theme or the classic “Stuck In The Middle With You” scene from Reservoir Dogs, this two night run is shaping up to be some of the best moe. yet! The band has also said the theme will carry through both nights, making this the band’s first-ever “double feature” Halloween.Watch the video that moe. released to announce their new theme, streaming below.For tickets and more information about the upcoming run, which will be held from October 28-29 at The Fillmore in Philadelphia, PA, head here.last_img read more

  • Warren Haynes, Devon Allman, Graham Nash, More Celebrate Gregg Allman In NYC [Videos]

    first_imgOn Wednesday night, New York City’s City Winery hosted a special tribute to the late Gregg Allman dubbed Southern Blood, which was also the title of Allman’s final record that was released posthumously this year. The Southern Blood concert served as a benefit show for the GRAMMY Museum as well as in collaboration with Rounder Records. The lineup included family and friends alike, including Devon Allman, Layla Brooklyn Allman, Warren Haynes, Graham Nash, Bill Gibbons, Alison Krauss, Luther & Cody Dickinson, Tommy Emmanuel, and Jackie Greene. The evening double served as the one year anniversary of the passing of Butch Trucks, founding member and original drummer of the Allman Brothers Band. With music of the Allman Brothers in the air, it was a beautiful evening of spiritual celebration.The celebrations opened up with a panel discussion with Scott Sharrard, Devon Allman, Layla Brooklyn Allman, and Luther & Cody Dickinson. Then, the evening breaks into song for an extended set of music that featured a rotating cast of musicians. Before closing the night with an anthemic “Whipping Post”, Scott Sharrard approached the mic to retell his experience in co-writing “My Only True Friend” with Gregg Allman before his passing. The song ultimately served as the exclamation point at the end of a best-selling novel.Thanks to Scott Gibson, you can enjoy videos from the entire night below:“Southbound” with Warren Haynes, Southside Johnny, Luther Dickinson, Scott Sharrard, Brett Bass, Shawn Pelton, Peter Levin“Midnight Rider” with Warren Haynes, Alison Krauss, Devon Allman, Tommy Emmanuel, Luther & Cody Dickinson, Scott Sharrard, Brett Bass, Shawn Pelton, Peter Levin“One Way Out” with Devon Allman, Scott Sharrard, Brett Bass, Shawn Pelton, Peter Levin“Blind Bats and Swamp Rats” with Layla Brooklyn Allman, Scott Sharrard, Brett Bass, Shawn Pelton, Peter Levin“Trouble No More” with Southside Johnny & Jeff Kazee, Scott Sharrard, Brett Bass, Shawn Pelton, Peter Levin“Hot Lanta” with Luther & Cody Dickinson, Scott Sharrard, Brett Bass, Shawn Pelton, Peter Levin“Love Like Kerosene” with Scott Sharrard, Brett Bass, Shawn Pelton, Peter Levin“Just Another Rider” with Warren Haynes, Scott Sharrard, Brett Bass, Shawn Pelton, Peter Levin“A Song For Adam” with Graham Nash, Alison Krauss, Scott Sharrard, Brett Bass, Shawn Pelton, Peter Levin“Come And Go Blues” with Tommy Emmanuel, Alison Krauss, Scott Sharrard, Brett Bass, Shawn Pelton, Peter Levin“My Only True Friend” with Scott Sharrard, Brett Bass, Shawn Pelton, Peter Levin“My Only Trie Friend” story by Scott Sharrard“Whipping Post” by Scott Sharrard, Brett Bass, Shawn Pelton, Peter Levinlast_img read more