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The Raconteurs Announce European Tour Dates

first_imgJack White recently announced the return of The Raconteurs, one of his former projects, for a new album slated for release this year. The Raconteurs consists of White, Brendan Benson, Jack Lawrence, and Patrick Keeler. The new album will mark The Raconteurs’ first release in more than a decade, serving as a follow-up to 2008’s Consolers of the Lonely.Today, the band has begun rolling out official tour dates, bringing them to Europe for late-May and early-June concerts. The tour will kick off with the band playing in support of The Strokes at All Points East festival in London, before heading on to Paris, Brussels, Cologne, and Berlin. The group is also confirmed to play Heartland in Denmark, Orange Warsaw Festival and Best Kept Secret in Poland.Last week, the quartet announced that they will headline White’s Third Man Records’ 10th-anniversary celebration in Nashville, TN on April 6th–marking The Raconteurs’ first live performance since 2011. The evening will also feature performances by Lillie Mae, Craig Brown Band, Teddy & The Rough Riders, The Dirtbombs, The Gories, Detroit Cobras, Quintron & Miss Pussycat, Soledad Brothers, and Todd Albright. Special guests at the festival will include Margo Price, Alison Mosshart, Carla Azar, Joshua Hedley, Dave Buick and more.Keep your fingers crossed for more North American dates to be added next, and head to The Raconteur’s Facebook for more updates.The Racounteurs European Tour DatesMAY25 – All Points East, London, UK26 – Olympia, Paris, France27 – Cirque Royal, Brussels, Belgium28 – E-Werk, Cologne, Germany30 – Verti Music Hall, Berlin, Germany31 – Heartland Festival, Kvaerndrup, DenmarkJUNE1 – Orange Warsaw Festival, Warsaw, Poland2 – Best Kept Secret, Hilvarenbeek, PolandView Tour Dateslast_img read more

You may be closer to being able to retire than you think

first_img 14SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr If you have only 10 years left before you retire, and you only have half of what you need, don’t worry, you still may be OK.I met a 55-year-old couple the other day who wanted to retire at age 65. Let’s call them Stan and Tasha. In order to generate the income they desired at retirement, they’d need to have $1.2 million of income-generating retirement assets by then.Stan was freaking out. “It took us 30 years to put away $600,000. How in the (colorful word) are we going to get another $600,000 in just 10 years?” Tasha looked on with true concern splashed all over her face. “I can put $20,000 per year away at the most, and that will only equal another $200,000 come retirement. Will I have to invest very aggressively now? Where’s the $400,000 coming from?”Math, my man. Math!I sure hope my middle school math teacher reads my column. I must have said “when are we ever going to use this?” a couple dozen times in seventh grade alone. Alas, math matters. continue reading »last_img read more

DSS Donates $12,500 to 11 Non-Profits

first_imgBusinessLifestyleLocalNews DSS Donates $12,500 to 11 Non-Profits by: – December 20, 2019 Share                                    Dominica Infirmary accepts gift from DSS Share Sharing is caring! Tweet 130 Views   no discussions A few local institutions that assist the less fortunate were rendered some assistance by the Dominica Social Security on Friday.The Dominica Social Security (DSS), as part of their tradition, made donations to the Centre  where Adolescents Learn to Love and Serve(CALLS) , CHANCES, Dominica Association of Persons with Disabilities (DAPD), Dominica Infirmary, Education Trust Fund, Grotto Home for the Homeless, House of Hope, Mahaut Senior Citizens Home, Northern District Home for the Aged, St. Jerome’s Ministry, and Social Centre.Director of Dominica Social Security, Janice Jean-Jacques Thomas, says the DSS targets institutions that assist individuals who have benefitted the development of the country and the Social Security system in the past.She said, “Over the course of the last several years, the Dominica Social Security has been making cash donations to facilitate the work of a number of non-profit organisations. This practice is consistent with the board’s policy of allocating a percentage of its annual administrative budget for the purpose of supporting the activities of certain organisations.“The DAPD stated, “On behalf of the Dominica Association of Persons with Disabilities, we say thank you to the Dominica Social Security for our Christmas gift. It is a very big gift. All the contributors, if it wasn’t for you, we would not be receiving this today. So we say thank you to all those who contribute, and DSS, thank you for for giving us this big gift this morning.”“The House of Hope also expressed gratitude, “On behalf of the residents, board of management and the staff of the House of Hope, I would like to thank the Dominica Social Security for once again placing us on your list of beneficiaries during this Christmas season. The House of Hope is challenged and has been challenged since its inception, but more so after Erika and after Maria, we’ve really had some severe challenges.”“The DSS is already having a significant impact on the socio-economic wellbeing of the nation. We remain mindful of the fact that as a good corporate citizen, it behooves us to possess a social conscience which is made manifest to the degree of attention that we give to the needs of the less fortunate and under-privileged in our midst,” the DSS Director believes.The donations amount to a total of $12,500.DAPD accepts gift from DSS Sharelast_img read more