In related news, Arcade Fire recently announced a new tour, dubbed “Everything Now Continues,” that will bring the Canadian-American group through much of the Midwest and Southeast, including stops at Birmingham, AL’s Sloss Festival and Louisville, KY’s Forecastle Festival.Additionally, Arcade Fire just unveiled a “double music video” for the Everything Now tracks “Put Your Money On Me” and “We Don’t Deserve Love”. Titled by Money + Love, the David Wilson-directed video stars the band and acclaimed Australian actress Toni Collette. Watch it here.Arcade Fire Tour North American DatesJuly 7 Clarkston, MI @ DTE Energy Music TheaterJuly 8 Milwaukee, WS @ SummerfestJuly 10 Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AEJuly 12 Raleigh, NC @ Red Hat AmphitheaterJuly 14 Birmingham, AL @ Sloss FestivalJuly 15 Louisville, KY @ Forecastle FestivalJuly 18 Boston, MA @ Blue Hills Bank PavilionJuly 19 Philadelphia, PA @ Festival Pier at Penn’s LandingJuly 20 Bristow, VA @ Jiffy Lube LiveView All Tour Dates Arcade Fire appeared on last night’s episode of Saturday Night Live, marking their fifth performance on the late-night comedy show to date. The indie rock icons performed two songs, “Creature Comfort” and “Put Your Money On Me”, in support of their 2017 album, Everything Now. Additionally, the band appeared on a sketch about CBS news and the #MeToo movement, where Canadian producer Thomas Logan is confronted by a woman (Heidi Gardner) he sexually harassed, while former collaborators Arcade Fire learn about his misdeeds.Watch Arcade Fire perform “Creature Comfort” and “Put Your Money On Me”, as well as their sketch, below:
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The home at 182 Melville Tce, Manly.The updated kitchen has a white and grey colour scheme, breakfast bar and open above bench shelving.There is also a little laundry tucked away off the dining area.The master bedroom has a sizeable walk-in robe and the bathroom includes a vanity, toilet and shower over bath. The home at 182 Melville Tce, Manly.THIS character cottage is beautifully presented and on the market in Manly.Owner Dieter Stahmer bought the property at 182 Melville Tce a couple of years ago and has since freshened it up inside and out, while maintaining character features such as the timber floorboards and VJ walls.“The home has been modernised and updated,” he said.“It’s had a fresh coat of paint, new airconditioners and the yard has been tidied up.” The home at 182 Melville Tce, Manly.The home is on a fenced 458sq m block with single carport, deck and low maintenance yard.Marketing agent Simon Gregg, of Century 21 Adams and Costello, said the property was a golden opportunity.“It’s zoned LMR2 and, subject to council approval, would be an ideal project,” he said.“You could raise the house to capture bay views and create genuine dual occupancy or perhaps a home-based business.”The property is being marketed by Simon Gregg, of Century 21 Adams & Costello, and will be open for inspection on October 28 at 10-10.30am. The home at 182 Melville Tce, Manly.Mr Stahmer said the best part of the home was the location.“It’s a lifestyle location,” he said.“It’s just around the corner from Manly Village, the cafes and the waterfront markets.“There’s also a nice, big deck at the back and sea breezes that go right through the place.”More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020At the front of the house there is a cosy veranda leads through to the big loungeroom.Further into the home there is an open-plan kitchen and dining area that opens through french doors to the rear deck.
The Savannah Harbor Expansion Project (SHEP), one of the most important infrastructure projects in the nation, will deepen the Savannah Harbor 5 feet, down to 47 feet below mean sea level at low tide.That will enable modern deep-draft cargo vessels, akin to floating islands, to call more easily on the port here.According to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, deepening the Savannah Harbor just 5 additional feet will yield an economic benefit of $282 million every year for the nation.It is a timely endeavor considering the newly expanded Panama Canal now handles the monolithic Post-Panamax cargo vessels transiting the Pacific Ocean. But going only 5 feet deeper in Savannah is a vastly complex undertaking when the 40-mile channel snakes through one of the most environmentally sensitive estuaries on the east coast.The project will cost just shy of a billion dollars at $973 million, according to Spencer Davis, senior project manager for the Corps’ Savannah District. Roughly half the project budget goes to ensuring strong environmental protection and impact mitigation. For perspective, harbor deepening projects in other rivers typically devote around 10 percent of the cost to environmental mitigation.“SHEP is perhaps one of the most environmentally sensitive civil works projects in the Corps’ portfolio,” said Davis. “Meeting the demands for commerce and environmental stewardship are combined into a single purpose with SHEP.”Despite the additional costs to remain environmentally accountable, Davis said that no other deepening project can compete with SHEP’s return on investment for taxpayers: an astonishing $7.30 return for every dollar spent.One of the challenges for Davis involves organizing multiple timelines within the project that affect one another. Several of the 11 major construction features are interdependent, and must be meticulously orchestrated for the project to advance. “Seven of the 11 features were developed to protect the environment and must be complete before we finish the navigation portion of the project,” said Davis.The navigation portion – the deepening itself – involves removing 24 million cubic yards of sediments from the riverbed over several years. “When a project moves that much material out of a waterway, planners need to know exactly how this impacts ecosystems in order to proceed in an environmentally friendly way,” added Davis.One of the more prominent environmental features is designed to replace dissolved oxygen in the river during hot summer months when oxygen levels are low. According to Tracy Hendren, chief of Savannah District’s hydrologic and hydraulic engineering branch, Speece cone technology will pull large volumes of water into 20-foot-tall cone shaped devices that will dissolve oxygen into the river water.This feature, made up of two facilities at different locations on the river, can inject a total of 40,000 pounds of oxygen a day into the river. This system will maintain oxygen at its pre-deepened levels during hot, dry months, when oxygen depletion occurs.Another significant environmental feature will re-route the flow of freshwater into the upper portion of the estuary. Engineers will accomplish this with a series of cut closures and channel dredging in certain tributaries, along with construction of a flow diversion structure, according to Beth Williams, SHEP’s lead engineer. The design will mitigate for increasing salinity levels from the deepening, and thereby protect local tidal freshwater wetlands from saltwater intrusion.These and other environmental features for SHEP have been approved by three other federal agencies, which include the Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries Service.The Georgia Ports Authority and the Georgia Department of Transportation share the cost of SHEP. The federal share covers 75 percent of the cost and the Georgia share covers the remaining 25 percent.SHEP is currently on schedule with an anticipated completion time of January 2022. It is expected to contribute more than $14 billion to the economy over 50 years.
“We scouted the boys in the Future Eagles team from this tournament organized by the federation and their sponsor. Some of these boys featured in the Africa Youth Games in Algeria last year. We also had some of them in Morocco for two friendly matches in 2017.”Ilerika urged other corporate organisations to emulate Zenith bank in the development of football in the country.“The most crucial stage of football development is identifying the talents and putting them in line for exposure to the next level. You must have eyes for it but more importantly, we thank Zenith Bank for creating a template to identify talents from the tender age, “ Ilerika added.Over 10 players from the Zenith Bank U-13 project are in the current national U-15 team.Meanwhile, the U-15 national Team, Future Eagles on Saturday broke their training camp in Sagamu, Ogun State for two week breaks and will resume in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja after the ongoing Ramadan for the final phase of preparations ahead of the Four-Nation Invitational Tournament in Japan next month.The team has been preparing for this year’s edition of U-16 International Dream Cup which will take place from June 12th to 16th in the city of Sendai in Japan. Nigeria will compete for honours in the tournament alongside the host country Japan, Romania and Mexico.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The national U-15 football team, Head Coach, Haruna Ilerika, has showered praises on Zenith Bank Plc for its role in the development of talents for the national teams.Ilerika stated that his job was made easier with the talents produced in the partnership arrangement of Zenith Bank and the Nigeria Football Federation in raising young talents to get to the top of their careers.The coach said: “The boys in camp were players discovered from the NFF/Zenith U-13 Future Eagles project, the competition is played from inter-state stage. The states event produced teams for the Zonal stage, while the geo-political zones produce teams for the national event.