Load remaining images Papadosio played their first show of 2020 at the Belly Up, high in the Rocky Mountains of Aspen, CO on Wednesday.Related: Backwoods At Mulberry Mountain Announces Initial 2020 Lineup: The Devil Makes Three, Papadosio, Steel Pulse, More Fresh off their two-night sold-out ‘Holidosio’ celebration at Isis Music Hall in Asheville, NC at the end of last month, Dosio was ready to bring their livetronica sound to the good people of Colorado after the Denver dream-rock trio, Evanoff, opened the show.Getting back to their usual performance style, Papadosio performed one lengthy set as opposed to the two-set shows they played in Asheville. Staples like “Geoglyph” and “The Plug” joined lengthy improv sections and the fan-favorite “Curve Jam”.Below, you can check out a gallery of photos from Wednesday’s show at Belly Up courtesy of photographer Jason Myers.Papadosio’s tour continues tomorrow (1/10) at Sheridan Opera House in Telluride, CO. They will play another show at the same venue the following night (1/11). Head to the band’s official website for more information.Setlist: Papadosio | Belly Up | Aspen, CO | 1/8/20Set: Geoglyph, The Plug > Johnny Peppas > The Plug, Catalyst, Cloud Found > Ear to Ear > And This Is What He Thought > Curve Jam, Garden, CueEncore: VactrollioPapadosio | Belly Up | Aspen, CO | 1/8/20 | Photos: Jason Myers
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreJennifer Francis credits her steadfast four-legged companion with saving her life: her mental health assistance dog, Spirit. She and Spirit are proof that the burden of mental illness can be made lighter with the help of a specially trained service dog. Spirit is not just any working dog. Trained by Hamilton-based Encouraging Paws Service Dogs (encouragingpaws.com), she knows more than 50 commands that help keep Francis safe. (Read more in the Toronto Star) AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore
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ABP Marine Environmental Research Ltd (ABPmer) has appointed David Finch, a coastal and estuarine dynamics specialist, to extend its support to the coastal management and waterside development sectors.David has over 26 years’ experience in the construction, calibration and application of hydrodynamic, wave and sediment transport models and in the specification and supervision of oceanographic surveys.He has managed and directed large multi-disciplinary projects including beach management works and major port and waterfront developments all over the world, including the UK, Middle East and Caribbean.Bill Cooper, ABPmer’s Managing Director, said: “His knowledge, experience and understanding will enhance our offer to the waterside development and coastal management sector. We expect him to provide a strong link between our natural processes and modelling teams as well as valuable input to ABPmer’s Middle East business development strategy.”ABPmer has a long history of assisting developers plan, design and implement projects at the coast. Their knowledge is regularly applied to coastal defense schemes, marinas, port developments, power stations and waterside development.
This year’s award went to Evgeniya Khokhlova, who represents the Russian Association of Forwarding and Logistic Organizations and is a specialist in project logistics at SVH-Freight.Khokhlova beat three other regional finalists selected from entrants around the world. Her prize is two one-week training sessions with insurance and risk management service provider TT Club at one of its regional headquarters in London, New Jersey or Hong Kong.The other three finalists were: Enos Chapara, tracking and documentation agent at Bollore Transport and Logistics Zimbabwe, representing Shipping and Forwarding Agents’ Association of Zimbabwe; Rachel van Harmelen, business unit sales manager at DSV Panalpina in Canada, representing the Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association; and Phillip Burgess, South Island manager at Burnard International in New Zealand, representing Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Federation of New Zealand.The TT Club-sponsored 2020 YIFFY Award will be presented at next year’s FIATA Congress in Busan, South Korea on October 19-24.YIFFY candidates must submit a 6,000-word dissertation outlining the pertinent details of an import and export shipment from their native country. The four finalists will then present their dissertations in person to a panel of judges at the Congress, where the overall winner will be selected.www.ttclub.comfiata.com