Eric Clapton‘s highly anticipated Live In San Diego is available today. Recorded on March 15, 2007 at the Ipayone Center, the very special night included collaborations with guitarists JJ Cale, Robert Cray, Doyle Bramhall II, and Derek Trucks.While Clapton has been sharing pro-shot videos from the 2007 performances leading up to the release, the 16-track set features unreleased versions of songs ‘Anyway The Wind Blows”, “Cocaine”, both featuring the late great JJ Cale, and “Layla”. Heavy collaborations between Slowhand and Cale continue in “Who Am I Telling You?”, “Don’t Cry Sister”, and “After Midnight”. Today, the full record is available for stream below:Leading up to this epic release, Clapton shared a number of professionally-shot videos. Check them out!Anyway The Wind BlowsMotherless ChildTell The Truth read more
There are tricks in any industry. Watch a Food Network show and you’ll see experts sharing their insights and tips on a multitude of cooking issues. When it comes to improving your skills as an executive with a credit union or bank, there are also tricks. And you can learn these tips from other industries (but maybe not the cooking field).In his latest free e-book, Dr. Michael Hudson shares 52 Speaking Tricks. These tips are not just for speakers. Every executive, manager or board member at your financial institution can learn several ideas with this quick read.I had the opportunity to visit with Michael about 52 Speaking Tricks. Below is my Q&A with him.What can credit union and banking leaders learn from 52 speaking tricks?Some credit union leaders might have an initial reaction that they don’t need to think about speaking in public because they don’t do it that often. But that’s really not true.Every time they speak in a meeting, to their team, one-on-one at a conference, or respond to a question from a consumer, they are speaking in public. The things they’ll learn from 52 Speaking Tricks will help them deliver their messages more effectively, and nothing it more important to the growth of a business than consistent, effective use of the leader’s voice. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr read more
Florida cornerback C.J. McWilliams out for season with torn Achilles Wide receiver Quintez Cephus is lobbying to be reinstated by the University of Wisconsin after being found not guilty of sexual assault.Cephus and his attorneys held a media conference Monday detailing their bid to get the 21-year-old player reinstated. Eighteen Badgers players attended the event as a show of support. Players also have been lobbying on social media for the university to allow Cephus to return. The Badgers open their season Aug. 30 at South Florida. Cephus caught 30 passes for 501 yards and six touchdowns as a sophomore in 2017.The university released a statement saying it is committed to performing a “complete and thorough review” of all petitions for readmission. The statement said the school had not yet made a decision.Wisconsin players shared a letter Monday addressed to administration officials, saying in part, “Your decision can alleviate a racial tension felt by your students. You get to decide whether the University of Wisconsin is comfortable with where they are or choose to move forward for the betterment of the past, present and future Badgers.” Ex-Florida State QB Deondre Francois lands at Hampton Florida dismisses John Huggins, leaves bigger hole in secondary Eighteen Wisconsin football players showed up to support Quintez Cephus during a news conference that implored the school chancellor to reinstate him. Their message? “Please do what is right and fair.” https://t.co/1efqUY5X9b— Jesse Temple (@jessetemple) August 13, 2019Cephus was suspended from the team last August, and expelled by the university last semester, after being accused of sexually assaulting two women in April 2018. On Aug. 2, a jury found him not guilty of one count of second-degree sexual assault of an intoxicated victim and one count of third-degree sexual assault.Cephus’s legal team on Monday accused the university of “slow walking” his bid for readmission, and attorneys said that despite handing over more than 250 pages of documents and other evidence from the case, the university is seeking more transcripts, a process they say could take three months to fulfill. Related News Cephus sued the university last year to try to stop his expulsion, but withdrew the suit ahead of his trial. He said he’s thankful for the support of Badgers players.”I’ve had a chance to show my real character outside of sports, and I took that very serious,” he said. “It was ups and downs, but my brothers supported me the whole time. I’m very thankful. The circumstances were very tough, but I am thankful.”Wisconsin head coach Paul Chryst told reporters last week he “would love to get (Cephus) back,” as long as that was best for Cephus. read more
Delray Medical Center has announced a change in its visitors policy amid the coronavirus outbreaks. They will no longer have any visiting hours.The Delray Beach hospital said that the new visitor restrictions will be effective Friday, March 20.The hospital said they will assist their patients with virtual visits.It is not known for how long these new restrictions will last.