Stunning Photos Of Dominican Holidaze Day One, Starring Umphrey’s McGee And Disco Biscuits

first_imgSetlist: Umphrey’s McGee at Breathless Resort & Spa, Dominican Holidaze, Punta Canta, Dominican Republic –  12/3/15Set I: Goonville > 1348, Bad Friday, The Linear > Educated Guess, Make it Right, 40’s ThemeSet II: JaJunk > Puppet String, Believe The Lie, Day Nurse, Ringo, Miami Virtue > JaJunkEncore: The Triple WideSetlist: The Disco Biscuits at Breathless Resort & Spa, Dominican Holidaze, Punta Canta, Dominican Republic –  12/3/15Set I: Kamaole Sands-> Run Like Hell (fakeout)-> Pygmy Twylyte-> Minions-> Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy-> Kamaole Sands, Portal to an Empty Head, House Dog Party FavorSet II: Strobelights & Martinis-> Abraxas-> Strobelights & Martinis-> And The Ladies Were The Rest of The Night-> Gangster-> And The Ladies Were The Rest of The Night, Rockafella Dominican Holidaze got underway last night! Held at the beautiful Breathless Resort & Spa, the festival in Punta Cana, DR features an incredible lineup with artists like Umphrey’s McGee, Disco Biscuits, STS9, Lettuce and more! Last night, Umphrey’s McGee and The Disco Biscuits got things started with back-to-back, rip-roaring sets. Check out photos from Josh Timmermans of Noble Visions, and the full setlists below:last_img read more

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Woman Charged with Taking $77,000 from Pa. Ambulance Service

first_imgSHARPSBURG, Pa. — A Sharpsburg-based ambulance service recovering from bankruptcy in 2006 became prey to a long-term embezzlement by its former office manager, who stole more than $77,000 over a five-year period, Allegheny County prosecutors say.The District Attorney`s Office charged Sunshine MacIntyre, 40, of Summer Hill with theft and access device fraud stemming from her job at Seneca Area Emergency Services.District Judge Elissa Marie Lang arraigned MacIntyre today and released her on her own recognizance. Her preliminary hearing is scheduled for April 25.There was no telephone listing for MacIntyre. Her lawyer, David B. Chontos, couldn`t be reached for comment.Chief Susan Allison said the $77,000 represents about two months of revenue for the nonprofit ambulance service, which covers Sharpsburg, Etna and parts of Indiana Township. Losing that money hurt, but it was spread out over five years, she said.The ambulance service operates on a shoestring, but is in better shape than when the embezzlement was discovered in June, she said.“The shoestring is a little longer than it was,” Allison said. “We`re happy with that.”last_img
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Briefs

first_imgBriefs February 1, 2007 Regular News Briefs PBCBA RAISES FUNDS : The Palm Beach County Bar Association recently raised $13,728 for charity during its annual holiday party. More than 100 auction items were donated for the event, from a week’s vacation in a North Carolina cabin to jewelry and professional ballgames. “This is a great way for our members to celebrate the holidays with one another and at the same time give back to the community,” said Manuel Farach, president of the Palm Beach County Bar. “Through our charity auctions, we have raised more than $60,000 in just eight years.” With a portion of the proceeds from this year’s event, the association’s North County Section recently hosted a party for more than 125 abused and neglected children in the guardian ad litem program. In addition, the section will provide five $1,000 college scholarships to students attending the North County campus of Palm Beach Community College this fall. JOHN E. FISHER of Orlando recently climbed to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro. Fisher is the current president of the Florida Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates. He posed for a photo holding a FLABOTA flag on Mt. Kilimanjaro, the same flag he carried with him several years ago when he successfully made it approximately 21,000 feet up Mt. Everest in Nepal. THE CARROLLWOOD COMMUNITY BAR Association recently presented a check for $500 to the Ward’s Gift Fund. Immediate past President Paul Riffel presented the check to Debra Johnson. At its recent annual meeting, the members of the Carrollwood Community Bar Association elected directors for 2007, including Daniel Bubley, Martin Bubley, Gerald T. Buhr, William Coffman, Paul Elliott, Andrew Hayes, Joseph Kalish, James Loper, Randall Reder, Paul Riffel, Daniel Saxe, Claire Saady, and Robert Wise. The directors then elected Loper as president, Saady as vice president, Coffman as secretary, and Wise as treasurer. The association also presented its annual Brian Weakland Award to outgoing President Riffel. For more information about the association, visit www.carrollwoodbar.com.last_img read more

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