first_img[Photo: Andrew Rios]GRiZ’s Good Will Continue Tour Dates10/11 – The Observatory – Orange County, CA10/12 – The Observatory – San Diego, CA10/13 – The Warfield – San Francisco, CA10/14 – The Warfield – San Francisco, CA1015 – Santa Barbara Bowl – Santa Barbara, CA10/18 – McDonald Theatre – Eugene, OR10/19 – Roseland Theater – Portland, OR10/20 – Vancouver Forum – Vancouver, BC10/21 – The Hive – Sandpoint, ID10/22 – The Wilma – Missoula, MT10/26 – Myth – Minneapolis, MN10/27 – Freaky Deaky at Wisconsin Center – Milwaukee, WI10/28 – Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland – Kansas City, MO10/29 – Hulaween – Live Oak, FL10/31 – Express Live! – Columbus, OH11/1 – Capitol Theatre – Port Chester, NY11/2 – Fillmore – Philadelphia, PA11/3 – The Palladium – Worcester, MA11/4 – The Anthem – Washington, D.C.11/5 – Palace Theatre – Albany, NY11/7 – The National – Richmond, VA11/9 – Marathon Music Works – Nashville, TN11/10 – Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre – Atlanta, GA11/11 – Orpheum Theater – New Orleans, LA12/1 – Dominican Holidaze – Punta Cana, DO12/2 – Dominican Holidaze – Punta Cana, DO Yesterday afternoon, renowned DJ, producer, and saxophonist GRiZ surprised his fans by dropping the second installment of his mixtape series, Chasing The Golden Hour. The first mixtape in the series, Chasing The Golden Hour Pt. 1, was released back in 2015. At the time, Chasing The Golden Pt. 1 gained a lot of buzz from fans and critics alike, as the mix deviated from the DJ’s usual style. Now, two years later, Chasing The Golden Hour Pt. 2 is free and available to the public and serves as a perfect follow-up to its predecessor.GRiZ Debuts Live Band At Two-Night Red Rocks Run [Photos]Featuring ten individual tracks, Chasing The Golden Hour Pt. 2 perfectly captures the vibes of summertime, making it an appropriate end of summer gift to fans. The mix still blends hip-hop, soul, dance, and R&B in GRiZ’s characteristic manner, while simultaneously using minimalist beats and blended instrumental tracks to create a more laid-back feel to the project. Chasing The Golden Hour Pt. 2’s release comes on the heels of GRiZ’s three back-to-back sold-out performances, including two headlining performances at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado. This latest release from GRiZ also comes after the producer launched his own beer line last week—his similarly named Chasing The Golden Hour Ale in collaboration with Great Divide Brewing Company, which is a colette brewed with Colorado peaches.You can check out the latest release from GRiZ here, plus check out his upcoming dates for his Good Will Continue tour below.last_img

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first_img“It’s because the University of Georgia is one of the biggeststate universities in the United States and it is very good inbioengineering and poultry,” Ryong said. “Georgia hasa lot of achievement in broiler production. Also, you’ve got pecantrees, which could be similar (to producing) hazelnuts in Korea.”Facing the food shortage back home, the delegation wants to develophardy, nutritional food varieties, and UGA CAES potato researchwas high priority for the group. “We especially enjoy the production of potatoes and sweetpotatoes. The Koreans should carry out what we call the PotatoRevolution,” Ryong said.Last October, a UGA CAES delegation lead by Gale Buchanan, deanand director of the UGA CAES, visited the Academy of AgriculturalSciences in DPRK.”The conclusion of the discussions was that if we work together,we can get much benefit for people of both countries. That kindof cooperation was suggested by Gale Buchanan and other membersof the delegation,” Ryong said.Armed with agricultural knowledge and plans for future visitsback to Georgia, the delegation will return to DPRK Thursday. Photo:Brad Haire Kim Sam Ryong, deputy president of the Academy of Agricultural Sciences in DPRK, inspects a recently irrigated corn field on the UGA CAES Tifton Experiment Station. Photo:Brad Haire Agricultural scientist from Korea learn about Georgia irrigation practices from Kerry Harrison, UGA CAES irrigation engineer.center_img Five representatives of the DemocraticPeople’s Republic of Korea Academy of Agricultural Sciences havespent the past two weeks learning about farm research from Universityof Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciencesspecialists in Athens, Griffin and Tifton.The North Korean delegation hopes to take back advanced food-producingtechnologies to their country, which has suffered six years offamine.Asking questions and taking notes, the delegation has been presentedpoultry, botany, row crop and genetic research by UGA CAES scientists.Through an interpreter, Kim Sam Ryong, deputy president of theDPRK Academy of Agricultural Sciences, said he hopes to continuerelations between the two institutions.last_img

first_imgEmployee turnover is the worst. This is especially true when the employees that are leaving are your top-notch performers. If you want to slow the departure of your best employees, it helps to know why they’re hitting the road. Here are four reasons your best employees decide to leave.They’re not going anywhere: Over time, employees get tired of doing the exact same thing day after day. If you’re not moving forward, then you must not be going anywhere. Employees want to feel valued and important, and when you’re not advancing, it’s hard to feel appreciated. Sometimes, no matter how hard you work, there’s no chance to climb the ladder. When that happens, your employees will look elsewhere for growth opportunities.They’re overworked: Good employees are usually capable of doing more work than they are initially asked, but this can become a problem when the workload eventually grows to a level that even the best employee can’t handle. When this happens, they get burned out quickly and feel like they’re being taken advantage of. Use raises and title bumps to make sure your hardest working employees feel like they’re getting something in return for all of their hard work.They’re not recognized: Anytime an employee does a great job, you should let them know. Being recognized lets your employees know that they’re doing a great job and it’s also a great motivator. Maybe you can’t afford to hand out bonuses left and right, but you can always speak a few words of appreciation.They don’t feel cared for: Culture plays a huge part in keeping employees happy. Money is important, but when its valued more than the people who make profits possible, you’ll have a big problem. It’s not easy to work hard for someone who cares more about your production than your well-being. The more detached you are from your employees personally, the more employees you’ll have to eventually replace. 185SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John Pettit John Pettit is the Managing Editor for CUInsight.com. John manages the content on the site, including current news, editorial, press releases, jobs and events. He keeps the credit union … Web: www.cuinsight.com Detailslast_img

first_imgThe National Weather Service in Upton has issued a winter weather advisory for Nassau and Suffolk counties in advance of another snow storm that could dump 3-6 inches of white stuff on the region Tuesday night into Wednesday. The advisory will be in effect from 6 p.m. until noon Wednesday.The weather service said periods of snow could cause travel difficulties.“Be prepared for slippery roads and limited visibility,” the agency said on its website. “And use caution while driving.”The weather service is also warning of potential flooding along the south shore of Nassau and western Suffolk, with tides three feet above normal. Coastal areas could see “widespread flooding of vulnerable shore roads and/or properties due to height of storm tide,” the agency said.Snow is not expected to start falling until late Tuesday evening and could continue until 10 a.m. Wednesday, possibly disrupting yet another morning commute. Tuesday’s forecast calls for a high near 35 with the wind chill making it feel a few degrees cooler.Wednesday’s high is 39 degrees.The mercury will begin dipping Thursday, especially in the evening, with a low of 18 expected when the sun goes down. There is also a chance of snow Thursday and Friday.The weekend will be brisk. The weather service is predicting a high of 25 degrees on Saturday before the thermometer plunges into single digits in the evening. Valentine’s Day won’t be much better, with temperatures in the teens throughout the day Sunday. Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Valentine’s Day is coming just in time to warm our collective hearts.One day after a light snow sprinkled Long Island, forecasters are warning of more snow and plunging temperatures for the remainder of the week.last_img

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