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.
continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The unprecedented COVID-19 crisis is in the process of transforming the financial services environment at a pace we’ve not seen. Many credit union clients have told us that they’ve been able to activate more change in the last quarter than they have in the last ten years. Due to necessity, digitally nomadic consumer behavior and engagement trends that have been steadily evolving over the course of years and decades, have taken hold practically overnight. We have seen firsthand the data cited by the recent RTI study, that 33% of consumers have ordered groceries online and had them delivered for the first time. And 54% of these consumers plan to continue shopping this way after COVID-19.1This is not a new script. Some of the most innovative business ideas are borne out of crisis. The 2003 SARS epidemic in China set the ecommerce giant Alibaba on its path to market dominance because they grabbed hold of the market opportunity and were set up to do so. 2 The pandemic has sped up many of our credit unions’ plans – plans that may have been “nice-to-haves” prior to this time. Our industry has had to figure out how to activate and operationalize new strategies at a pace many of us have never before experienced.All this being said, we believe this is your moment. Trust is the currency you’re growing right now. And not only do credit unions already have it in spades, you’re building it through your actions in response to this crisis. Bold strategic bets require a bedrock foundation of infrastructure, operational dexterity and routines that make swift action and agile delivery possible.
It’s that time again to submit your music for RocKIN the Peace 2009. This year you’ve got even more time to come with up with your own original music of any format and submit it to see if you can win this year’s grand prize. You can submit any type of music that you’d like…the only catch is…it must be an original tune. You must submit your music (up to 3 songs) on CD to Moose FM by March 7th, 2009. Get more details and the official entry form below or by visiting Moose FM at 10423 101 Ave. You can also visit the official site at www.rockinthepeace.com – Advertisement -After March 7th, 2009 judges from the community will pick the top 10 songs. Those songs will be put on the 2009 RocKIN the Peace CD. That CD will be sold all around the BC Peace. Plus those 10 artists/groups will perform at the RocKIN the Peace Concert at the NPCC. There you will have the final say as to who wins the grand prize. RocKIN the Peace is brought to by the Kin Club of Fort St. John and Moose FM.