Nine Inch Nails Release First New Single From Upcoming Album [Listen]

first_imgNine Inch Nails have officially released their first single, “God Break Down The Door”, from the upcoming album, Bad Witch, due out June 22. Bad Witch is the final volume in the trilogy that began with 2016’s Not The Actual Events and 2017’s ADD VIOLENCE. Listen to the new track below:<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span>Last week, the industrial rock band announced the Cold and Black and Infinite North America 2018 Tour for this fall. The band have an extensive global tour that will bring them across the world this summer, before spending the fall in North American with support from The Jesus and Mary Chain. To encourage fans to explore the music of each opening act, frontman Trent Reznor has curated a playlist of their songs, which you can listen to here.Starting September 13, the band will bring their reinvented concert to some of the most iconic venues in the USA–including two-night stands at Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre (September 18 and 19), New York City’s Radio City Music Hall (October 13 and 14), and the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago (October 25 and 26). It will culminate with four shows at the Palladium in Los Angeles (December 7, 8, 11 and 12).According to a press release, the band is taking a new attempt at getting their tickets directly into the hands of fans instead of resellers. Read below for full instructions on how to snag yours in person on Saturday, May 19:The band will be selling all seats to the tour in person at The Physical World presale events, taking place May 19th at each venue’s box office, with the exception of Red Rocks for which the presale will take place on May 20th at the Denver Coliseum Box Office.All seats (including the best seats) will be available for purchase in person only, first come, first served. Fans can purchase up to four tickets per show. Visit this website for a complete list of box office locations and further information. Limited quantities of tickets may be released via additional ticketing channels, subject to availability, at a later date to be announced. Ticket inventory available via phone and online channels will include ADA tickets.Set for release on June 22, Nine Inch Nails’ Bad Witch is now available for pre-order here. Fans who pre-order the record in digital format or from the band’s website will instantly receive a download of “God Break Down the Door”.last_img read more

‘Pride and Prejudice’ coming to Arnold Arboretum

first_img The American Repertory Theater announces the lineup for its upcoming season Related Next month, the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University will bring Kate Hamill’s adaptation of Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” to the Leventritt Shrub and Vine Garden. Staged by the Actors’ Shakespeare Project (ASP), the award-winning theater company that brought “Fog x Macbeth” to the Arboretum in October, it is the last play of ASP’s season, and a fitting bookend to the haunting “Macbeth.”Though “Pride and Prejudice” is usually performed indoors, the gardens of Pemberley — the estate of the heroine’s suitor, Mr. Darcy — loom large. Elizabeth Bennet, the object of Darcy’s conflicted affections, is impressed by the openness of Pemberley’s landscape, a “place where natural beauty had been so little counteracted by an awkward taste,” and the gardens go a long way toward bringing her to reconsider her initial refusal of Mr. Darcy’s hand.In Austen’s time, the classically ordered Renaissance gardens were evolving a more natural look. The Arboretum’s “Pride and Prejudice” will take place in the more formal Leventritt Shrub and Vine Garden, but its proximity to the “naturalized” collections surrounding it provide the background to Hamill’s contemporary take on this classic.Hamill’s adaptation, which debuted in 2017 at the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, brings its own unique energy to the garden. Fully half of the cast are female or gender-nonconforming, with men acting women’s parts and women men’s. And despite the comedy, the awkwardness of finding love holds as true in the 21st century as it did in the 19th.“Pride and Prejudice” will be performed June 23 in the Leventritt Garden. It is free and open to the public. The Harvard community celebrates the arts in all its forms center_img Step, sing, and dance in time All the world’s a stagelast_img read more

ECSMarin Ranked #40 on Prestigious Zweig Letter’s Hot Firm List

first_imgECSMarin has been named on The Zweig Letter’s Hot Firm list for the third consecutive year. The annual national survey identifies the 100 fastest-growing architecture, engineering, planning, and environmental consulting firms in the United States. ECSMarin moved up 21 spots from last year to land at number 40 on the 2003 list.The ranking is based on an equal weighting of percentage revenue growth and dollar revenue growth from 1999 to 2002. The complete list will be announced in an upcoming issue of a weekly newsletter published by ZweigWhite, a firm specializing in management consulting, information, and education for the design and construction industries.ECSMarin will be honored along with the other 99 winners at The Zweig Letter Hot Firm Conference and Celebration October 22-24 in San Francisco, California.Headquartered in Agawam, Massachusetts, ECSMarin is a 220-person environmental consulting firm with eight additional offices throughout the Northeast and Florida. ECSMarin specializes in site assessments and Brownfields redevelopment; site remediation; lead, asbestos and mold assessments; construction engineering support, facilities compliance, and health and safety training. For additional information, please contact Bruce Tease, ECSMarin’s Brattleboro, Vermont Branch Manager, at (888) 718-1195 or Ron Miller, ECSMarin’s Richmond, Vermont Branch Manager, at (800) 520-6065. You can also visit the company’s web site at is external)last_img read more

Mullen: World Community Says Gadhafi Must Go

first_imgBy Dialogo May 03, 2011 NATO has come forward in a very positive way to enforce the no-fly zone over Libya and protect Libyan citizens from the Moammar Gadhafi regime, Navy Adm. Mike Mullen said in Iraq on 22 April. The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff also told service members serving with U.S. Division Center in Baghdad that “the international consensus is that Gadhafi has got to go.” NATO is in charge of enforcing the U.N. Security Council resolution to protect Libyan civilians, Mullen said, adding that he is pleased the alliance stepped forward to lead the operation. Regime change is not a part of the NATO mission, and the U.N. resolution does not address it, Mullen said, but it remains to be seen whether the Libyan dictator will step down. “The long-term political end-state is to have [Gadhafi] gone,” he said. “Globally, the guy is a pariah, and every single action the vast majority of countries are taking are going to continue to put the squeeze on him until he’s gone. Is [Gadhafi] going to figure that out? I don’t know.” The NATO operation “is certainly moving toward a stalemate,” Mullen said, as neither rebel forces nor Gadhafi’s forces can win a decisive edge, and tough fighting continues in Misrata and Ajdabiyah. Not surprisingly, the chairman said, Gadhafi’s forces have adapted their tactics. They are closing with rebel forces, dispersing themselves among civilians and using civilians as a shield. “It’s a tougher fight than it was at the beginning,” the chairman said. “At the same time, we have ‘attritted’ somewhere between 30 and 40 percent of his main ground force capabilities,” Mullen said. “Those will continue to go away over time.” Mullen stressed the international focus on ousting the Gadhafi regime, noting that members of the Arab League support the military action in Libya. “This is the first time that I’m aware of where the Arab League has voted for something like a no-fly zone,” he said. But the international focus only highlights that at the end of the day, the Libyan people must decide what Libya needs, the chairman said. “In all these countries where this turmoil is taking place, what is important to remember and what is obvious is this is about the people of these countries, and we should respect that as they try to imagine their own future,” he said. Though France and Great Britain have said they are sending advisors to aid the Libyan rebels, there is no chance the United States will follow suit, Mullen said. “The president has been very clear: No boots on the ground, and I can assure you that’s where we are,” he said.last_img read more

7 traits that can damage your success as a leader

first_imgby: Dan BergerAs leaders, or aspiring leaders, we all want to achieve success – both personally and for our organizations. Success can mean different things to different people, but regardless of your definition, there are definitely some traits that can damage your pathway to success.“ … A leader that is not confident, determined, and committed toward his duties can be considered as a major red flag for a business,” writes Pratik Bang, founder, chairman and CEO at Techwire Solutions Inc., in a recent LinkedIn article.Bang lists seven traits that if present can do damage to a leader:Lack of communication. If we can’t explain our ideas to our team or thoroughly deliver necessary information to them, then we need to work on our communication skills. continue reading » 31SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

DOOGEE S96 Pro rugged phone features a Sony 20MP night vision camera » Gadget Flow

first_imgThe DOOGEE S96 Pro rugged phone comes with a Sony 20MP camera that supports night vision with an ultra-light sensitive sensor. This allows you to take high-quality images in low-lit environments. It’s also equipped with a Samsung 48MP quad camera and Samsung 16MP front camera. The 48MP quad camera uses 3D HDR technology and FGX9 sensor for ultra-high-resolution clear photos. Furthermore, this rugged phone has an IP68 rating that makes it waterproof, dustproof, and shockproof so you can use it outdoors with no issues. In fact, the reinforced corners and heightened frames protect the phone from all angles. Finally, this rugged phone comes with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage to excel at multi-tasking. And with a MediaTek Helio G90 Chipset, it exceeds in speed and performance. – Advertisement –last_img read more

GE job cuts in UK linked to Swansea lagoon decision lag

first_imgMore than a thousand jobs set to be lost over GE Power business restructuring in the UK have been linked to the continued delay of the UK government to make a decision on the Swansea Bay tidal lagoon scheme.Namely, the US-based conglomerate corporation GE has in the beginning of December announced plans to reduce 12,000 positions of its global power division workforce – potentially affecting 1,100 jobs across all parts of the UK GE Power business.The move comes due to fall in demand for new power stations and reduced investment by its clients across Western Europe, according to GE.The company said the job losses will primarily affect GE’s workers in Stafford and Rugby in the English Midlands – the sites where GE planned to manufacture and assemble key components for the power generation system of the proposed Swansea Bay tidal lagoon.Swansea Bay tidal lagoon turbine (Image: GE)To remind, GE and Andritz Hydro have in 2015 been selected by Tidal Lagoon Power, the developer behind the project, to supply 16 bi-directional turbines for the Swansea Bay tidal lagoon.The project’s 16 generators – the highest value component in the 700-tonne turbines – would be produced at GE’s Rugby facility, sustaining employment and investment there, it was decided back in 2015.However, as the UK government still hasn’t made any guarantees on whether the £1.3 billion project will go ahead – meaning there’s no guaranteed work that could arise from the project – GE Power will allegedly cut 500 jobs at both Stafford and Rugby, The Times reports.Tidal Lagoon Power is still awaiting the subsidy agreement with the UK government, despite being backed by a government-commissioned review, conducted by former energy minister Charles Hendry.But, recent media reports suggest the support among the cabinet ministers for the project seems to be dwindling as they are said to believe the lagoon does not justify value for money for taxpayers.The Times also reports about the potential missed opportunity for UK jobs due to the possibility that GE could source the equipment for the Swansea Bay tidal lagoon through its French plants, should the government green-light the project too late.Artist’s Impression – Swansea Bay tidal lagoon (Image: TLP) Mark Elborne, President and CEO GE UK & Ireland said, said: “Regrettably, the proposed changes would have an impact on jobs in the UK. These are not proposals we ever make lightly and we understand that this news will be difficult for many people. Unfortunately, we believe that these changes are necessary to ensure that we can remain competitive and secure the future of GE Power in the UK.”Elborne added the consultation period with the staff has been set in place before any final decisions are made.If constructed, the Swansea Bay tidal lagoon will have the capacity of 320MW. It will comprise 16 hydro turbines, a six-mile breakwater wall, and be capable of generating electricity for 155,000 homes for the next 120 years.last_img read more

Locsin: VFA termination not good

first_imgMANILA – The termination of theVisiting Forces Agreement (VFA) between the Philippines and the United Stateswill not be good for the country, Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) secretaryTeodoro Locsin Jr. said. During his appearance in the Senate,Locsin said continuing the VFA will be more beneficial to the country andtermination of it will negatively impact the country’s defense and securityarrangements. Locsin’s latest pronouncement wasdespite him saying late last month he already asked Defense chief DelfinLorenzana to start the termination process. “The continuance of the agreement isdeemed more beneficial to the country compared to any benefits were it to beterminated,” Locsin said. “The Philippines’ contribution to the regionaldefense was anchored in our military alliance with world’s last super power.” No reason was given for thecancellation of the visa but the US federal budget for 2020 contained aprovision banning the entry into the US of Filipino officials involved in thedetention of Sen. Leila de Lima. Terminating the VFA, he said, wouldnegatively impact the country’s defense and security arrangements as well asthe overall bilateral relations of the Philippines with the US, perhaps even insub-regional and multilateral levels,”he added.center_img He added: “There is value inrevisiting the VFA to address matters of sovereignty such as jurisdiction andcustody and early resumption of clarificatory talks should serve as basis, aswell as jump off point for a review of the VFA.”/PN The Senate Committee on ForeignAffairs is looking into the Philippines’ defense and military agreements withthe US after President Rodrigo Duterte ordered the termination of the VFAfollowing the US’ cancellation of Sen.r Ronald Dela Rosa’s visa. “I have prepared the notice oftermination but it has not been sent upon the orders of the President,” Locsinsaid. “Perhaps, we should review the VFA. Certainly we should do that because Idon’t believe that just because we need them we should suffer insults to oursovereignty.” The Philippine government has yet tosend to the US any notice to terminate the VFA.last_img read more

Tottenham star Dele Alli eases down tension at the beach with girlfriend

first_img Promoted ContentThe Best Cars Of All TimeWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?8 Addictive And Fun Coffee Facts8 Best 1980s High Tech Gadgets7 Breathtaking Train Stations Around The GlobeBest Car Manufacturers In The World6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All Time The loved-up couple couldn’t get enough of each other, taking turns to cop a cheeky feel as they lay by the beach and even shared a kiss under the summer sun. After getting all hot and bothered, the happy pair took a dip in the ocean to cool off, as they splashed around, seemingly without a care in the world. It’s certainly a well-deserved break for the couple, who first started dating in 2016. They suffered a horrific ordeal during lockdown when knife-wielding thugs forced their way into their £2million North London home. read also:Dele Alli still out as Tottenham prepare to face Leicester Dele was battered by the intruders and suffered minor facial injuries as the crooks made off with thousands of pounds worth of jewelry and watches. Reports even suggested the criminals threatened to take a knife to the couple’s dog if their demands weren’t met. In the aftermath of the nightmare break-in, Ruby thanked fans for their support and described the robbery as a “horror of an experience”. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The Tottenham star, 24, has been enjoying a well-earned holiday with his model partner this week. And Alli was caught cheekily grabbing a handful as the pair snuggled up together to catch some rays on the Greek island. Keen to make the most of their getaway, the couple headed to the beach as they soaked up the sun at the Kensho Boutique Hotel & Suites. Ruby, who reunited with her footballer beau following a brief split, donned a white, pink and black bikini for the occasion. Dele – who has already enjoyed a trip to Ibiza with Jack Grealish and James Maddison this summer – did his best Cristiano Ronaldo impression as he hiked up his swimshorts to get some sun on his legs. Loading… Dele Alli and girlfriend Ruby Mae couldn’t keep their hands off each other as they enjoyed a beach break in Mykonos.last_img read more

Fifth-Ranked Argonauts Win Quarterfinal Match

first_img Share April 21, 2007ARKADELPHIA, Ark. – Fifth ranked West Florida (16-6) won all three doubles matches and only lost one game in singles to defeat Henderson State (12-8) on Saturday in the quarterfinals of the Bird and Bear Medical/Gulf South Conference Women’s Tennis Tournament. With the win, West Florida advances to the semifinals to face 24th ranked Delta State.RESULTS#1 Singles: #5 Suzana Cavalcante (UWF) vs. Iustina Gasca-Silav (HSU), unfinished#2 Singles: #15 Tammy Kevey (UWF) def. Melissa West (HSU), 6-1, 6-0#3 Singles: #38 Renata Mattos (UWF) vs. Meredith Massey (HSU), unfinished#4 Singles: Paola Arevalo (UWF) vs. Rebecca Staton (HSU), unfinished#5 Singles: Anne Claire Beard (UWF) vs. Shelley Westerfield (HSU), unfinished#6 Singles: Tatiana Rodrigues (UWF) def. Megan Harness (HSU), 6-0, 6-0#1 Doubles: S. Cavalcante/P. Arevalo (UWF) def. M. West/S. Westerfield (HSU), 8-3#2 Doubles: A.C. Beard/R. Mattos (UWF) def. M. Massey/R. Staton (HSU), 8-2#3 Doubles: T. Kevey/T. Rodrigues (UWF) def. I. Gasca-Silav/M. Harness (HSU), 8-5<>Print Friendly Version Fifth-Ranked Argonauts Win Quarterfinal Matchlast_img read more