Jack Henry Gates Laundry Celebrates First AnniversaryNOVEMBER 18TH, 2016 BRITNEY TAYLOR EVANSVILLE, INDIANA It’s a special day for a local non-profit in Evansville. Jack Henry Gates Laundry is celebrating its first anniversary. This is a place where people can do their laundry for free with special coins. It’s located on East Columbia Street. To thank the community, the organization handed out 200 turkeys on a first-come, first-served basis. They also grilled hot dogs along with chips and drinks.It’s a special day for a local non-profit in Evansville. Jack Henry Gates Laundry is celebrating its first anniversary. This is a place where people can do their laundry for free with special coins. It’s located on East Columbia Street. To thank the community, the organization handed out 200 turkeys on a first-come, first-served basis. They also grilled hot dogs along with chips and drinks.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
Last summer, original Beach Boys front man Mike Love scanned the sold-out Ocean City Music Pier auditorium and spoke in genuine amazement.“This place has been here since the 1920s, and we’ve been (performing) over there in Atlantic City almost that long,” Love said to hearty laughs. “It took you until now to invite us here! You have a great town and I sure hope you invite us back…we’d love to come back!” Cheers.It’s a done deal.Following their four hit-filled sold out shows in 2015, Love, Bruce Johnston (an “almost” original member since the mid-60s) and the rest of his crew will indeed becoming back to headline Ocean City’s Monday Night Concert Series at the Music Pier. They will perform four more shows (two each, at 6:30 (“our Breakfast Show” Love quipped),and 8:30 p.m. on July 11 and 12. Tickets are $59.50.The Beach Boys will arrive in Ocean City soon after a scheduled July 4 date at the Amphitheatre on the Coney Island Boardwalk in Brooklyn, NY. They are famed for their July 4 shows in Washington DC, Philadelphia during the Bicentennial summer of 1976, and Atlantic City (twice).In addition to the return of the Beach Boys a wide range of acts will be heard, starting with the Indigo Girls with Lucy Wainwright Roche on June 20 at 7:30 p.m. ($46); Herman’s Hermits with original lead singer Peter Noone on June 27, 7:30 p.m. ($46); and then the Beach Boys two-night stand July 11 and 12.On July 18, Colin Hay of Men at Work with Jeffrey Gaines performs, 7:30 p.m. ($39); followed by George Thorogood on July 25 at 7:30 p.m. (59); and the Bacon Brothers, August 1, at 7:30 p.m.($39).On August 8, The Machine performs a Pink Floyd tribute, 7:30 p.m. ($39) followed by Citizen Cope on August 15, an intimate solo/Acoustic Listening Performance at 7:30 p.m. ($39); Get the Led Out on August 22 and 23 at 7:30 p.m., ($39); and the season wraps up August 29 with Lucinda Williams at 7:30 p.m. ($42).Tickets are currently available for all shows through www.Ticketmaster.com or by calling 1-800-745-3000. (Fees apply).The Music Pier Box Office will begin selling tickets for all shows 9 a.m. Saturday May 28 in person only and payable by cash/check only payable to Rose Relations.
By Dialogo June 24, 2010 Christopher “Dudus” Coke, a Jamaican alleged druglord wanted to face trial in the United States, has been captured on the Caribbean island after a manhunt sparked bloodshed last month, police said. “The security forces wish to confirm reports that Christopher Lloyd Coke, for whom police is holding a warrant of arrest regarding extradition proceedings, was arrested this afternoon,” police commissioner Owen Ellington said. Local church leader Reverend Al Miller earlier told reporters he “helped in the process to hand over Coke.” Miller has helped in negotiations to ease tensions after a nearly week-long assault last month on a slum to capture Coke left 73 dead and divided the island nation. Jamaican police backed by troops descended on Coke’s stronghold of the impoverished Tivoli Gardens slum last month seeking to arrest him. Coke is wanted in the United States on drug trafficking charges, but he is also hailed by many residents as a Robin Hood figure who offers security and small-time jobs on some of the world’s toughest streets. Despite heavy security, house-to-house searches and a bloody shootout between security forces and armed Coke supporters, he managed to evade capture, amid rumors that he was either being sheltered on the island or had fled. Ellington had pledged a thorough investigation of all allegations and vowed to find Coke. But the unrest which saw the government declare a state of emergency left downtown Kingston deserted for days, and trapped many people in their homes with no food and water, as gun battles raged on the capital’s streets. Pictures of decaying corpses, masked gunmen and a fugitive drug don were a blow to Jamaica’s tourist image and home of late reggae star Bob Marley. Kingston has long had the dubious distinction of being one of the world’s murder capitals, and most tourists simply pass through the airport heading for its renowned beaches especially on the north coast. Tourism has been one bright spot in the economy since the island gained independence from Britain in 1962. After a slowdown during the financial crisis, Jamaica welcomed more than 200,000 tourists in March for the first time over a one-month period, according to the Tourism Board. In 2009, more than 1.8 million tourists visited Jamaica, which itself is home to only 2.8 million people, according to the board’s figures.
Sometimes it pays to trust a hacker—at least one who has dedicated his career to uncovering potential vulnerabilities living below the surface in credit union information systems.David Anderson of CliftonLarsonAllen is just such an “ethical hacker,” and he gave CUNA Tech/OpSS Council Conference attendees a peek behind the curtain of today’s latest cybercrime techniques.Anderson uses leading-edge hacking and testing methods, including network penetration, social engineering, and email phishing to expose potential areas of weakness in his clients’ networks.Anderson says the No. 1 oversight “that makes a hacker’s life easy” is providing users with local administrative privileges. This action may enable hackers to locate the one system or application that has a vulnerable entry point, and it increases the range of possibilities of what the hacker can accomplish within the system.Other practices that may expose sensitive data to hacker activity include not giving domain administrators separate user accounts, poor patching, weak encryption practices, and the widespread use of vendor systems and equipment. continue reading » 30SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr