UPDATE 8/5: The Garcia catalog has now been added to Spotify as well! Stream on.August 1st marks the birthday of Jerry Garcia, and his estate certainly had a nice surprise in store for his fans. In honor of Garcia’s birthday, his entire catalog of solo albums will be released on streaming services for the first time ever.The newly-released discography includes all of Garcia’s solo studio albums, including Garcia, Garcia (Compliments), Reflections, Cats Under The Stars and Run For The Roses. Of course, this announcement wouldn’t be as potent without some live releases as well. Fortunately, the entire GarciaLive series, as well as favorites like Fall 1989: The Long Island Sound and After Midnight: Kean College, 2/28/80 will also be released.Not only that, but the press release promises more albums on the way. Just head to iTunes, Apple Music and Google Play and listen up for these great Garcia records.Happy birthday Jerry. We miss you.
The B-Sens defeated the Houston Aeros on the road in game six, with the game-deciding goal coming from the captain himself. Keller said even when they were down, the team never felt out. 2010-2011 team captain Ryan Keller remembers it vividly. Rogan has been a season ticket holder since the start of professional hockey in Binghamton, and said it was surreal to see after thirty years of being a fan. Lifelong Binghamton hockey fan Dave Rogan says the championship goes down as his favorite moment in sports. “To see that, to live through all the games, all the emotion, it was my favorite sports moment.” “Once that final buzzer goes you can’t replicate that feeling and to go through a whole season and win, it’s definitely right up there.” “It was one of those strange feelings among the group. You didn’t think you were going to be beat, you knew you were going to win somehow.” Keller said the team was “a team in all sense of the word,” adding the team was focused on winning a championship rather than individual accolades. BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Sunday marks nine years since the Binghamton Senators won the Calder Cup. Keller fondly remembers the community supporting the team during the playoff run, even saying Binghamton was one of the most “ideal cities to win a Calder Cup in.” As for Keller? He says the championship ranks high in his hockey career. “There’s certain points whether it was a certain game or certain series, that don’t seem like they were nine years ago.” “Like” Nicole Menner on Facebook and “Follow” her on Twitter.
GREENSBURG, Ind. – A state agency is siding with a Honda employee who claims she was discriminated against because of her race.The African American employee filed a complaint with the Indiana Civil Rights Commission alleging the company provided her less training and job advancement opportunities compared to white colleagues.The commission ruled that there is sufficient evidence to show illegal discrimination occurred, the Greensburg Daily News reports.The employee was hired by Honda in 2009 and promoted as a fixed asset accountant in the spring of 2013. She was demoted three months later after Honda said she failed to meet expectations.The employee said she did meet expectations.If the two parties do not reach an agreement the case would be heard by an administrative law judge.Honda released a statement disputing the allegations and “looks forward to presenting its defense through the administrative process.”