moe. Reveals The ‘Remote Location’ For Their 2016 New Years Eve Show

first_imgLast month, moe. guitarist Al Schnier spoke at length about the band wanting to bring fans to a “remote location” for their New Year’s Eve performance. “If you want to come, come, and if not, it doesn’t matter… It’s not quite Alaska, but we talked about Alaska,” Schnier said on the Made In Utica program, which you can watch here.Today, the “like Alaska” location was revealed as Missoula, Montana, as the band will perform two nights, December 30-31, at The Wilma. Pre-sale tickets will be released tomorrow at 12 PM Eastern, and the on-sale follows this Friday, June 24th, at 12pm also recently announced a full-set tribute to Pink Floyd for their Peach Music Festival appearance; more on that here.[Photo by Benjamin Adams Photography]last_img read more

Watch Elaine Stritch Forget Sondheim Lyrics in Shoot Me Documentary

first_img Nathan Lane View Comments Cherry Jones Here she is boys! Check out the latest trailer for the bawdy and hilarious Elaine Stritch documentary, Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me, directed by Chiemi Karasawa. The film follows the Broadway icon giving fans an intimate look on her thoughts on her aging, battle with alcohol and diabetes and her fear of leaving the spotlight forever. Shoot Me features interviews with a slew of famous folks including Tina Fey, Nathan Lane, Cherry Jones, James Gandolfini, Alec Baldwin, Harold Prince, George C. Wolfe and John Turturro. Check out the video below to get a glimpse of the Tony winner forgetting the lyrics on stage and laughing at herself, in her signature no-pants look, of course, and then head to see the film when it goes on limited release February 21. I’ll drink to that!center_img Alec Baldwin Star Fileslast_img read more

FSOC details threats it sees to the financial system

first_imgby: John HeltmanThe U.S. financial system has weathered several external threats in the past year, but significant hazards remain, including the potential for cyberattacks and excessive concentration of risk in central counterparties, according to a report by the Financial Stability Oversight Council.The interagency council’s annual report, released Tuesday, noted that the system has not suffered lasting effects from a precipitous drop in oil prices or ongoing crises in the Ukraine and the Middle East.But as those threats recede, others pose significant risks to financial stability and demand greater attention from policymakers, said Treasury Secretary Jack Lew.“There have been a host of technological, competitive, and regulatory changes that continue to reverberate and create potential new stresses to the system,” Lew said. “Cybersecurity is a primary focus of multiple agencies today. Central counterparties have grown in importance to financial stability and market resiliency. Market structures are evolving, and this had led to financial innovation and some migration of activities away from traditional players.” continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more