Perhaps one of the most well-known moments of crossover between Phish and Grateful Dead worlds came in April of 1999, when bassist Phil Lesh hosted a Phish-y “Friends” performance at The Warfield Theatre in San Francisco, CA. The run took place between April 15-17, featuring Trey Anastasio and Page McConnell from Phish alongside Steve Kimock and John Molo.Though these legendary shows have certainly held a noteworthy spot in the jam history books, few have gotten to watch the pure chemistry between the five band members. Fortunately, a new video has emerged onto YouTube, capturing the first night of the stand in its entirety.Thanks to a number of people, including taper Art Granoff and uploader Kevin Tobin, we can sit back and watch the magic that was Phil Lesh & Phriends. Enjoy…Setlist: Phil Lesh & Friends at the Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, CA – 4/15/99I: Viola Lee Blues, Big Railroad Blues, Jack-a-Roe, Cosmic Charlie, Wolfman’s Brother -> Uncle John’s BandII: Alabama Getaway, Sugaree, Like a Rolling Stone > I Know You Rider, Row Jimmy, Shakedown Street -> The Wheel > Not Fade AwayE: Mr Tambourine Man
49SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Harmonie Taddeo Harmonie Taddeo is the Vice President of Marketing & Communications for Northwest Federal, a 3.2 billion federal credit union located in Herndon, VA. In her capacity as Vice President … Web: nafcu.org Details Credit unions occupy a space crowded with banks, finance companies, loan brokers, payday outfits and now, fintechs. While we generally have better loan rates and terms, that’s not always what keeps the credit union top of mind when someone needs financing. Often convenience and ease of application process matter more to our borrowers. Is the loan process easy to navigate? Does it move at a good pace? Is it convenient? Can a member apply on a mobile device?What are we doing to deliver a positive borrowing experience?Given all the competition, from traditional financial institutions to non-traditional online options, why should members choose your credit union for their next loan? Here are three ways to begin:Make it convenient. How easy is it to apply for a loan at your credit union? Can members apply 24/7 from their mobile devices? Do they always have to visit brick-and-mortar, or can they conduct the entire process online?Make it fast. How quickly can a member obtain the funds he or she needs? Home buyers, for example, need their funds within a finite period of time. Is your mortgage closing process seamless and efficient?Make it easy. What is required from application to funding? Are you using automation to pull in information, or is your member forced to give you the same history for each transaction – as if they are using your credit union for the first time, every time?There are many opportunities for credit unions to improve the application and borrowing experience, and opening a dialog with vendor partners and industry experts can provide valuable insight on how to do that.I’ll be engaging with some of these experts during a panel discussion at NAFCU’s Lending Conference, which takes place Nov. 6-9 in San Antonio. Over four days, this conference will explore recent regulatory and strategic developments in mortgage lending, credit card and auto lending, the economy, what millennials want, how to meet the challenges of fintech and much more.It’ll be a great week filled with content and insight on how credit unions – and credit union members – can excel in today’s diverse lending space. I’m excited about this new conference, and hope I get to see you there.
BusinessLifestyleLocalNewsRegional LIAT Further Suspends Passenger Services Until July 15 by: – June 25, 2020 Share Sharing is caring! “The airline acknowledged that while the extension was extremely difficult, it was necessary as the airline works towards a feasible restart. The CEO reassured that LIAT is still committed to keeping the region connected,” LIAT said in a press statement. (iWNSVG) 184 Views no discussions Tweet Share Reifer-Jones also advised that the airline was open to working with regional governments to repatriate citizens who were stranded across the region while its commercial services are suspended. Share Regional air carrier LIAT, on Thursday, announced yet another extension to the suspension of its passenger service.The airline said that the service will remain on hold until July 15, due to the continued impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.Chief Executive Officer, Julie Reifer-Jones said that while LIAT destinations have begun to announce reopening dates, there are extended quarantine restrictions and protocols that are impacting the demand for travel.Reifer-Jones said the airline’s management and board of directors will continue to monitor the situation and will review the decision in July as more information becomes available.Passengers booked during the extended period of suspension will automatically have their bookings cancelled and will receive full airline credit for future travel. Passengers will be able to rebook as soon as the airline announces the resumption of passenger services.