moe. Will Play A Full Tribute Set To Pink Floyd At This Year’s Peach Fest

first_imgBeloved jam band moe. is one of the many great acts performing at this year’s The Peach Music Festival outside of Scranton, PA. Today, the festival revealed plans for their late night sets, introducing some top-notch performers into the late night scene. Among the many late night sets, one in particular caught our eye: moe. Performing Pink Floyd.Those who caught our coverage of Summer Camp Music Festival certainly noticed that moe. played a stand-out version of the Pink Floyd song, “Shine On You Crazy Diamond.” Thanks to our own Rex Thomson, we have video footage of “Shine On” into original song “Opium,” into Talking Heads classic “Making Flippy Floppy” with SCI keyboardist Kyle Hollingsworth.Watch the trio below:moe.’s Vinnie Amico Talks Summer Camp Highlights, Touring Plans & Cooking ShowsThe full Pink Floyd set at Peach Fest will certainly require a keyboardist, and The String Cheese Incident is one of the festival’s headliners… Just saying. The late night roster also includes Umphrey’s McGee, “Fearless” by Electron (Pink Floyd tribute), The Floozies, Cabinet, Consider the Source, and Flux Capacitor. Check it out below.last_img read more

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The 7th Tourist Forum of Continental Tourism has been announced with the topic: Gastronomy – a tourist product of Croatia

first_imgAfter a short break, last year as part of the Vinkovci Autumn, the organization of the continental tourism forum in Vukovar-Srijem County continued with the topic “Tourism events” which delighted all present and showed the need and interest and the importance of gathering tourism professionals around professional topics and sharing experiences and reflections.This year, the tradition continues, and HGK ŽK Vukovar and the Tourist Board of Vukovar-Srijem County are organizing the 7th Tourist Forum of Continental Tourism with the theme: “Gastronomy – a tourist product of Croatia” which will be held in Vinkovci, September 13 and 14, 2017. . This year, the forum will be part of the Vinkovci Autumns program, and is dedicated to gastronomy as a tourist product and local food in the tourist offer.On the first day of the forum, eminent experts from the tourism and hospitality sector will hold a series of presentations and lectures, and on the second day there will be a panel discussion on “Domestic food in the tourist offer” with panelists and traditional hoteliers. For the second day of the Forum, a trip to EDEN destination of excellence (Vukovar – Vučedol – Ilok) is planned, which includes a visit to the Museum of Vučedol Culture and Ilok Cellars. As an attachment, we provide you with the complete program of the Forum, and all those interested can apply via the online form at the following address: Application form or to our email [email protected]last_img read more

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Over 30 percent Floridians affected by Identity Theft

first_imgAccording to a recent AAA Consumer Pulse™ survey, nearly one in three Floridians (31 percent) have been the victim of identity theft or fraud in the past two years. The most popular crimes committed by identity thieves include fraudulent credit card use, ATM withdrawals, and tax refund theft.(In a 2016 Identity Fraud Study conducted by Javelin Strategy & Research, $16 billion was stolen from 15.4 million identity fraud victims in the United States.)Low level of trustThe AAA Consumer Pulse™ survey revealed that nearly half of (47 percent) Floridians have low levels of trust that gas stations would keep their information secure, one in four consumers have low trust that ATMs (24 percent) can keep banking information safe, and one in five (20 percent) have a low level of trust that online retailers and brick-and-mortar stores (18 percent) would keep their identity secure.Chip-based credit cardsNew chip-based credit cards have been invented to keep personal information secure, however, with over half (58 percent) of Floridians said they only have chip-based credit cards, a majority of shoppers (78 percent) reported they had shopped at stores in the past 3 months that did not have an activated or working chip card reader.Steps being takenFloridians, however, are taking steps to prevent identity theft. Of the 31percent that had been affected by identity fraud, they also took steps to prevent identity theft from happening again in the future by:Self-monitoring of credit/accounts (55%)Froze or cancelled specific cards/accounts (51%)Enrolled in credit monitoring system (32%)“Every two minutes another consumer becomes a victim of identity fraud,“ said Josh Carrasco, spokesperson, AAA – The Auto Club Group.AAA Tips to prevent identity theftSign up for a credit monitoring service.Review your credit card statement, bank account, and credit report regularly. Be on the lookout for any unauthorized transactions and report them immediately.Do not respond to unsolicited requests for personal information (this includes your name, birthdate, social security number and bank account number) over the phone, by mail, or online.Securely store your debit, credit and medical card information. Select PIN numbers that are easy for you to remember and don’t let anyone else see the number when you are entering it. Do not carry any record of your PIN number in your wallet. Shred credit card statements, receipts, or any medical records containing sensitive information before disposing of them. Also, ensure your credit cards and debit have been updated to include EMV or “chip” technology.About the AAA Consumer Pulse™ SurveyThe AAA Consumer Pulse™ Survey was conducted online among residents living in Florida from September 28, 2016 – October 6, 2016.  A total of 400 residents completed the survey.  Survey results have a margin of error of ± 4.9 percentage points.  Responses are weighted by gender and age to ensure reliable and accurate representation of the adult population (18+) in Florida.last_img read more

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