If you thought Lettuce partied hard this summer, then you haven’t seen trumpeter Eric “Benny” Bloom crush a dance floor in 1987. The six-year-old Shady Horn busts out some serious dance moves to Michael Jackson‘s “Beat It” in this hilariously adorable video.Try getting this out of your head next time you see Bloom bust a solo:Lettuce embarks on their “Sounds Like A Party” fall tour this week! Hitting Catskill Chill, Bear Creek Bayou, Suwannee Hulaween, two nights at NYC’s PlayStation Theater, Dominican Holidaze, Jam Cruise, and more, there’s a good chance they’ll be flying through a city near you. Check out their full schedule below! More information on the band’s website.Lettuce Tour Schedule:9.20 – New Haven, CT9.21 – Providence, RI9.22 – Buffalo, NY9.23 – Pittsburgh, PA9.24 – Lakewood, PA9.28 – Charlotte, NC9.29 – Birmingham, AL9.30 – New Orleans, LA10.1 – New Orleans, LA10.4 – Memphis, TN10.5 – Knoxville, TN10.6 – Columbia, SC10.7 – Corolla, NC10.8 – Wilmington, NC10.11 – Lafayette, IN10.12 – Urbana, IL10.13 – St. Louis, MO10.14 – Kansas City, MO10.15 – Denver, CO10.26 – Baltimore, MD10.27 – Charlottesville, VA10.28 – Asheville, NC10.29 – Live Oak, FL11.2 – San Antonio, TX11.3 – Houston, TX11.4 – Dallas, TX11.5 – Austin, TX11.6 – Tulsa, OK11.9 – Louisville, KY11.11 – New York, NY11.12 – New York, NY11.26 – San Francisco, CA12.1 – Pantanal, Dominican Republic12.30 – Portland, ME12.31 – Boston, MAYou can also catch members of Lettuce, including drummer Adam Deitch, bassist Jesus Coomes, guitarist Adam Smirnoff, keyboardist Neal Evans, trumpeter Eric Bloom, and saxophonist Ryan Zoidis, at the second annual Brooklyn Comes Alive on October 22nd. With 50+ musicians from Dead & Co., The Disco Biscuits, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, The String Cheese Incident, Dopapod, and more, fans will have the opportunity to see their favorite musicians play in completely new, unique collaborations alongside some of the greatest. More details here.
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Zambia and Mali are both through to the quarter-finals of the African Nations Championship after they playing out a goalless draw in their last Group D fixture.The Chipolopolo had already booked their passage before the game and Mali sealed their spot by claiming a point.In the other match in the group, Zimbabwe and Uganda played a 1-1 draw after the Zimbabweans were denied a victory over Uganda by a 93rd-minute equaliser.William Manondo opened the scoring only for Geofrey Serunkuma to level.Uganda had needed to beat Zimbabwe and for Mali to lose to qualify for the next stage.– Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoyFMSports. Our hashtag is #JoySport
Ninety new jobs were announced today at the expanded Burnfoot plant E+I Engineering – one of the biggest business success stories of the North West region.Staff downed tools this morning to gather in the factory for Taoiseach Leo Varadkar to announce that 90 new hires will join the valuable 700 skilled employees at E+I Engineering in Donegal.An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar speaking at his visit to the E+I Engineering to announce 90 new jobs.Photo by Lorcan DohertyThe company has grown from a team of three people in 1987 to employ 1,700 staff globally, with other manufacturing locations in the USA and the United Arab Emirates. E+I Engineering Ltd. is a global leader in the critical power distribution sector, manufacturing electrical switchgear, bus duct systems and energy management software, for some of the most recognisable brands and technically advanced companies all over the world.Announcing the jobs boost, the Taoiseach was also joined by Julie Sinnamon, Chief Executive of Enterprise Ireland and Philip O’Doherty, Managing Director of E+I Engineering.An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, with Julie Sinnamon, CEO of Enterprise Ireland and Philip O’Doherty, managing director, E+I Engineering. Photo by Lorcan DohertyThis major jobs boost, supported by Enterprise Ireland, is the latest in a series of Research and Development projects which began in 2004.The R&D projects have been rolled out across E+I Engineering’s manufacturing facilities in the United Arab Emirates and South Carolina in the USA. E+I Engineering currently employ 1,700 staff globally, with just under half in the North West of Ireland. The new jobs and extension of the 215,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Donegal represents an investment of around €9.5 million by the company who now operates in over 40 countries around the world.The new jobs created will include roles in engineering, project management, testing and production.An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, with Julie Sinnamon, CEO of Enterprise Ireland and Philip O’Doherty, managing director, E&I Engineering, during his visit to the Donegal based company to announce 90 new jobs. Photo by Lorcan DohertyTaoiseach Leo Varadkar said today:“This is a fantastic boost for the North West by a company which is highly regarded here at home and around the world. These new high-quality skilled jobs, on top of the large numbers employed already, are testament to the hard work and dedication of an Irish company competing and winning in the global market place.”Philip O’Doherty, managing director, E+I Engineering.Philip O’Doherty, Managing Director of E+I Engineering commented: “The Board of Directors are thrilled to be able to announce these new jobs today which are the latest in a series of job increases at home and internationally.”“Our success is down to the hard work and dedication of our staff who have been instrumental in helping us drive forward the next stage of our development. Some of the new jobs have been created by the output of our research and development team and some have been created by the sales team gaining new customers.“We know just how competitive the industry is, so we strive to be ahead of the game by generating high quality, skilled jobs and providing the most professional leadership. This summer we have continued our very successful apprenticeship programme by taking on 22 new apprentices.”“With the assistance of Enterprise Ireland, the overall investment will be a significant injection to the local economy here in the North West providing many direct and indirect benefits for the community.” CEO Enterprise Ireland Julie Sinnamon, Minister Joe McHugh, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Philip O’Doherty, founder of E+I Engineering. Photo: Rachel McLaughlinSpeaking at the announcement and opening of the newly extended manufacturing facility, Julie Sinnamon, CEO, Enterprise Ireland said:“A key focus for Enterprise Ireland is to support companies like E+I Engineering to build, scale and expand their reach internationally. E+I is a highly innovative Irish company with global ambition operating in a high growth sector.“Enterprise Ireland has worked closely with E+I Engineering since 2004, supporting the company to scale in international markets including the US and Middle East, whilst creating employment domestically. Today’s announcement is a hugely positive development for the company and for employment in the North West region.”Donegal TD Joe McHugh, Government Chief Whip and Minister for the Irish language, Gaeltacht and the Islands added:“This is a huge sign of the positivity in Donegal and particularly this region of the county. This Government is investing in Co Donegal in a way that no government has done in the past and an expansion of this scale by such a highly regarded company as E+I Engineering is testament to the quality of the company and the impact this Government is making.”Success story of E+I Engineering strengthened by jobs boost was last modified: September 11th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Booste&I engineeringjobs