Twiddle’s Mihali Savoulidis Announces Solo Tour and Free Download of New Song

first_imgMihali Savoulidis, lead singer and guitarist of the Vermont rock quartet Twiddle, will embark on an extensive solo tour this fall in support of his upcoming new album. While on tour, Mihali will be debuting several new songs from the upcoming album. In celebration of such, Mihali shares the first new single from the album, “Over Land & Sea,” an acoustic ballad dedicated to his daughter.Mihali’s solo tour will start November 28 in Portland, ME at Portland House of Music and Events (PHOME) and end December 23 in Manchester, NH at Jewel. He will hit his hometown of Burlington, VT at Metronome on the second night of the tour, then head through the northeast playing Worcester, MA, Hamden, CT and Philadelphia, PA before heading to the midwest cities of Milwaukee, WI, Minneapolis, MN and City Winery in Chicago, IL. He’ll wrap up the tour moving westward to Denver and Fort Collins in Colorado before circling back to New Hampshire.Click here to download Mihali’s new single “Over Land & Sea,” and see below for a list of his full tour dates. Head to his website for all ticketing information.MIHALI SAVOULIDIS // 2017 SOLO TOURNov 28 – Portland, ME – PHOMENov 29 – Burlington, VT – MetronomeNov 30 – Worcester, MA – Electric HazeDec 01 – Hamden, CT – The Ballroom at The Outer SpaceDec 02 – Philadelphia, PA – MilkboyDec 07 – Milwaukee, WI – Shank HallDec 08 – Minneapolis, MN – IcehouseDec 09 – Chicago, IL – City WineryDec 15 – Denver, CO – Globe HallDec 16 – Fort Collins, CO – Hodi’s Half NoteDec 23 – Manchester, NH – Jewel[Photo by Daniel Ojeda]last_img read more

January Jobs That Pay Update: New Year, New Term, Same Commitments

first_img January 23, 2019 January Jobs That Pay Update: New Year, New Term, Same Commitments SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img Economy,  Education,  Infrastructure,  Innovation,  Jobs That Pay,  Round-Up,  The Blog Kicking off a new year and a new term, Governor Tom Wolf is making sure Pennsylvanians know his commitment to good-paying, sustainable jobs is unchanging.More than 100 new jobs are coming to the commonwealth as businesses expand across the state, including Elk, Potter, Dauphin, and Lebanon counties.A focus on apprenticeship and job training continues to be paramount to the Wolf Administration. This month, Pennsylvania schools and students received more than $2 million in grants.Through January, Pennsylvania will continue to build on successful investments in schools, businesses, and residents. Investing in Job Training This month, Governor Wolf announced more than $2.6 million in federally funded Business-Education Partnership grants to 22 local workforce development boards. The grants will connect businesses and schools to provide students with soft skills, internships, workplace shadowing, and mentoring opportunities.Through the governor’s PAsmart initiative, workers at Bosch Rexroth Corporation will also expand job training opportunities. The engineering company in Bethlehem received nearly $50,000 in grant funding to help train a new generation of employees. Creating and Sustaining Our Workforce Elk and Potter counties will see the creation of 41 new jobs through the expansion of Morgan Advanced Materials and Technologies, Inc. The more than $1.6 million expansion will create the manufacturing space to meet a growing demand for materials used by military and law enforcement.The governor also announced nearly 80 new jobs through the expansion of CorrChoice LLC. The producer of industrial corrugated paper packaging products will expand into a facility in Derry Township at the border of Dauphin and Lebanon counties. Looking at Past Successes This year, Governor Wolf and his administration recommitted themselves to core Pennsylvania values: schools that teach, jobs that pay, and government that works.In the last four years, Governor Wolf prioritized middle-class jobs and supported high growth industries. During the governor’s first term, Pennsylvania added more than 200,000 jobs and set an all-time record with more than 6 million jobs in the commonwealth. In addition, the state added more than 12,010 new businesses establishments.In 2019, he will continue to support efforts to combat the gender wage gap, raise the minimum wage, and make investments in job training to produce a highly skilled workforce.Highlights from December 2018 – January 2019Funding from Wolf Administration to Support the Expansion of Morgan Advanced Materials and Technologies, Create 41 New JobsGovernor Wolf Announces $791,000 in PLCB Grants for Developing, Promoting Pennsylvania BeersGovernor Wolf Reaffirms Commitment to Good Jobs, Skilled Workforce in Second TermLow-Interest Loan Financing Provided by Wolf Administration in 2018 Will Support More Than 4,300 JobsGovernor Wolf Showcases First Term Advancements in Economic Development, InfrastructureGovernor Wolf Announces $2.6 Million to Prepare Students for High Growth JobsGovernor Wolf Announces Creation of Nearly 80 New Jobs Through Expansion of CorrChoice LLCGovernor Wolf Announces Funding to Provide Skills Training to Next Generation of Workers at Bosch Rexroth CorporationHighlights from Instagramlast_img read more

Meetings 4/30

first_imgWinnetka Neighborhood Council, 6:30 p.m. May 8, Valley Village, 20830 Sherman Way, Winnetka. Call (818) 676-9766 or see www.winnetkanc.com. Sun Valley Area Neighborhood Council, 6:30 p.m. May 8 in the assembly room at Villa Scalabrini Retirement Center, 10631 Vinedale St., Sun Valley. Call (818) 767-6766. Van Nuys Neighborhood Council, 6:30 p.m. May 9 in Room 1B at the Braude Building, 6262 Van Nuys Blvd., Van Nuys. Call (818) 994-3919. Sunland-Tujunga Neighborhood Council, 7 p.m. May 9, Mount Gleason Middle School, 10965 Mount Gleason Ave., Sunland. Call (818) 951-7411. Sylmar Neighborhood Council, 6:30 p.m. May 10, Hubbard Street Elementary School, 13325 Hubbard St., Sylmar. Call (818) 833-8737. Granada Hills North Neighborhood Council, 7 p.m. today, Van Gogh Elementary School, 17160 Van Gogh St., Granada Hills. Call (818) 360-4346 or see www.ghnnc.org. Porter Ranch Neighborhood Council, 6 p.m. Tuesday in Room 201-202 at Shepherd of the Hills Church, 19700 Rinaldi St., Porter Ranch. Call (818) 718-9498 or see www.prnc.org. Chatsworth Neighborhood Council, 7 p.m. Wednesday, Lawrence Middle School, 10100 Variel Ave., Chatsworth. Call (818) 464-3585. West Van Nuys-Lake Balboa Neighborhood Council, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Lake Balboa Studios, 7412 Balboa Blvd., Van Nuys. Call (818) 374-9883 or see www.wvnlbnc.org. North Hollywood North East Neighborhood Council, 7 p.m. May 10 in the recreation room at the Park Plaza Apartments, 6755 Rhodes Ave., North Hollywood. Call (818) 982-2174. Granada Hills South Neighborhood Council, 7 p.m. May 10, Tulsa Street Elementary School, 10900 Hayvenhurst Ave., Granada Hills. Call (818) 321-6259 or see www.ghsnc.org. North Hills East Neighborhood Council, 7 p.m. May 14 in the auditorium at Sepulveda Middle School, 15330 Plummer St., North Hills. Call (818) 891-0060. North Hills West Neighborhood Council, 7 p.m. May 16 in Building 22 at the Sepulveda VA, 16111 Plummer St., North Hills. Call (818) 893-8613 or see www.northhillswest.org. Reseda Neighborhood Council, 7 p.m. May 21, Canoas Banquet Hall, 18136 Sherman Way, Reseda. Call (818) 832-7540 or see www.resedacouncil.org. Canoga Park Neighborhood Council, 7 p.m. May 23, Canoga Park Community Center, 7248 Owensmouth Ave., Canoga Park. Call (818) 346-4892. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more