For years, jazz/funk fusion trio Soulive held down an annual spot at the Brooklyn Bowl for a guest-filled residency dubbed Bowlive. After taking a year off from that tradition, Soulive has announced the triumphant return to this annual celebration! Unlike past Bowlives, which were held in March, this run will come to us through the month of June. The band will be holding it down at the Bowl for eight nights, from June 7th through the 10th, and June 14th through the 17th.On June 7, Soulive will welcome Steve Kimock and Karl Denson of Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe! Tickets for this performance are currently available here.
11SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Americans are having a much better time managing their money than they did a few years ago, but it turns out some bad habits are hard to break.According to a new report, many people still struggle with key financial practices, such as saving for long-term goals or managing their debt loads, said Gerri Walsh, president of the FINRA Investor Education Foundation, which issued the report. The study polled more than 27,500 Americans across the country on the way they use credit, save for goals and make other financial decisions. The foundation conducts this study every three years.Here’s a look at some of the major blunders consumers are still making when it comes to their finances. See how you stack up:Costly mistakes with credit cardsWhen it comes to credit cards, 11 percent of consumers said they used them for a cash advance in 2015, almost unchanged from the 13 percent who did so in 2009. The advances, which typically incur high interest charges as soon as the advance is issued, can be pricier than regular credit card purchases, for which interest charges can be avoided. continue reading »