Redstar Express Plc ( Q32021 Interim Report

first_imgRedstar Express Plc ( listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Transport sector has released it’s 2021 interim results for the third quarter.For more information about Redstar Express Plc ( reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Redstar Express Plc ( company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Redstar Express Plc (  2021 interim results for the third quarter.Company ProfileRedstar Express Plc offers an air express service in Nigeria and provides transportation, warehousing and supply chain management services. Its services encompass international and domestic express delivery, freight forwarding, integrated logistics solutions, information and document management solutions, warehousing and e-commerce solutions. Domestic products include Red Star Express Domestic services for same day, priority and package collections. Domestic direct distribution streamlines the movement of shipments from the manufacturer to multiple end users; customer and address verifications services offer a streamlined express service for financial institutions and large corporations; bulk mail services are designed to move bulk items such as annual reports, share offer forms, share certificates, customer invoices and direct mail; special project services include product sampling, delivery and retrieval of promotional items. International products include a point-to-point delivery service, international inbound collections and direct distribution. Value added services include online tracking, signature proof of delivery, insurance, customs clearance, packaging and desktop software shipping solutions. Redstar Express Plc’s head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Redstar Express Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchangelast_img read more

A Hunger Games Eucharist in the Diefenbunker

first_img Associate Rector Columbus, GA An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Rector Albany, NY Virtual Episcopal Latino Ministry Competency Course Online Course Aug. 9-13 Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK December 3, 2013 at 2:29 pm Great imagination! please send me a copy of the liturgy. Thank you! Who do I contact for a copy of the 7 week course on The Hunger Games? Blessings, Spenser The Rev. Spenser Simrill says: Rector Tampa, FL December 2, 2013 at 7:58 pm Many of the youth in my parish are fans of The Hunger Games series, including my own. Rev. Stone stated in the article that she would be willing to share the liturgy that she used in The Hunger Games Eucharist. I would love to have a copy. Thank you very much. The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group Rector Collierville, TN Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Curate Diocese of Nebraska Comments are closed. Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Rector Washington, DC Rector Knoxville, TN The Rev. Monique Stone preaches deep below the earth in the Diefenbunker, near Carp, Ontario. Photo: Allan Joyner Photography[Anglican Church of Canada] About 130 young people gathered in a heavily fortified bank vault in the depths of the “Diefenbunker” near Carp, Ontario, on Nov. 17, 2013. They were there for a Eucharist and sermon comparing the pacifism of Christ and the “redemptive violence” of the bestselling novel and movie The Hunger Games.The once-secret underground bunker near Carp was built more than 50 years ago to protect the Canadian government from nuclear attack.“The Hunger Games is a book about juxtaposition,” said the Rev. Monique Stone, organizer of the service and incumbent of the Anglican Parish of Huntley, in her sermon. “It’s a book in which we see a community in dire poverty pushed up against a community of privilege¬ — in which we hear about a community that is starving, and [another] that has so much excess that at times they actually want to make themselves sick so they can fit in more food.”The story of Christ is also a story of contrast, said Stone. “Jesus is God incarnated into a world where some of those same principles exist, the principle of have and have not, the principle of the poor not being as good as the rich, the principle of many going hungry while many are fed.”“Christians… are here to notice it, and here to do something about it. We’re called to go out into the world and make a difference.”Stone gave participants an opportunity to make that difference by connecting them with “Fred Says,” the new food security campaign from the Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF).“It made sense to me that there be an offering for some food justice-related ministry,” said Stone. “It seemed like a natural fit.” Participants also received a Fred Says package after the service.The Very Rev. Shane Parker, dean of Christ Church Cathedral in Ottawa, was the main celebrant at the Eucharist, which brought to a close a seven-week course on the spirituality of The Hunger Games.Stone doesn’t plan on doing the popular service again, but would be happy to see others run the service in their own parishes.“The Hunger Games story is very relevant. There was more stuff to discuss than we could cover in the weeks of our study leading up to this Eucharist. If anyone wanted to do this service themselves, I’d be more than happy to share the liturgy.” Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET A Hunger Games Eucharist in the Diefenbunker Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL December 3, 2013 at 4:17 pm I’ve put up some info and links to files on our website: An Evening with Aliya Cycon Playing the Oud Lancaster, PA (and streaming online) July 3 @ 7 p.m. ET Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET Debra Carter says: Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. 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Monique Stone says: By Art Babych and Jesse HairPosted Dec 2, 2013 In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books last_img read more

Advert > UK Fundraising advertises fundraising jobs by Web and e-mail

first_imgAdvert > UK Fundraising advertises fundraising jobs by Web and e-mail AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Recruitment / people Howard Lake | 22 October 2003 | News  32 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThiscenter_img About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of Researching massive growth in giving. UK Fundraising will now publish fundraising job adverts on both the Web site and in its fortnightly e-mail newsletter for just £199.We’ve simplified our recruitment advertising offer. In the past you had to choose to advertise a fundraising vacancy either on the Web site or on our e-mail newsletter, or pay twice if you wanted both.Now we’ll publish your vacancy on both, but for the price of one. That’s right – for £199 pounds your vacancy can be listed on the UK Fundraising Web site for up to six weeks and it will be listed in summary format in each issue of the UK Fundraising News e-mail newsletter published until its closing date. Advertisement UK Fundraising has a long track record of offering low cost and targeted recruitment advertising to charities and recruitment agencies. We often win repeat business from advertisers who find that not only are we very low cost but we can often deliver very good quality applicants without overloading them with a rash of poor quality candidates.Recruitment adverts can usually be published on the Web site within an hour or so, and are automatically included in our daily and weekly e-mail alerts to registered users.To book a recruitment advert contact Gareth Edwards, Advertising Sales Manager on 01388 517703.last_img read more

Horoscope: February 11, 2021

first_imgHoroscope: May 1, 2021 Horoscope: April 30, 2021 Twitter Horoscope: May 1, 2021 Previous articleThe Skiff: Feb. 11, 2021Next articleWomen’s basketball comes from behind to defeat Kansas State Tamia Banks RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Tamia Banks + posts Facebook Horoscope: April 28, 2021 Tamia Banks Horoscope: April 29, 2021 Horoscope: April 29, 2021 Horoscope: May 2, 2021 Tamia Banks Tamia Banks Tamia Banks ReddIt Linkedin Horoscope: May 2, 2021 Facebook ReddIt Twitter Linkedin printA baby born today has a Sun and Moon in AquariusHAPPY BIRTHDAY for Thursday, Feb. 11, 2021:Helpful, inventive and appreciative, you improve life for others. This year, you follow your ideals and pursue a project close to your heart — and succeed tremendously. Allowing others more privacy really pays off. If single, you’re very attractive so you draw many, but you decide to stay mostly single this year. If attached, you’re very involved in your partner’s life. Bliss and passion are yours. SAGITTARIUS is a free spirit.The Stars Show the Kind of Day You’ll Have: 5-Dynamic; 4-Positive; 3-Average; 2-So-so; 1-DifficultARIES (March 21-April 19)★★★★★Friendships and group affiliations get you involved in an array of new interests. Politics and humanitarian values are a prime focus. Those who lack confidence and experience welcome your kind words and courtesy. Tonight: Love and appreciation surround you.TAURUS (April 20-May 20)★★Established patterns change slowly. Old memories are haunting. Let time be a healer. Patience with elderly people and authority figures is essential. At work much is expected of you. Others rely on your skills. Tonight: You realize that a part of the past must end.GEMINI (May 21-June 20)★★★Today is a time to be conscientious and generous. Don’t let others think for an instant that you would take them for granted. When it comes to individual beliefs, allow others to search for their own truth. Tonight: Don’t turn a conversation into a sermon.CANCER (June 21-July 22)★★★★Today allows you to purge old financial debts or dilemmas. Others ask you for financial help and advice. Old conditions and stale goals are waning. This is truly a death and rebirth trend. New realities replace old attitudes and priorities. Tonight: You’re aware of interconnections.LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)★★★Partnerships are growing. Others want commitment from you. Encourage others to communicate. Conversations and emails help you explore the parameters of important relationships. Moderation is the best policy to adopt. Tonight: Make every effort to understand and respect the views of others.VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)★★It’s an emotionally charged day. You’re expressive and especially sensitive. You can treat an old illness or establish a more wholesome daily routine. Pets are especially important. They provide a new level of comfort and companionship. Tonight: Others are preoccupied and distracted.LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)★★★★★Today brings delight in the company of younger people. A child you’re close to seems very grown up. Past obligations melt away. It is easier to enjoy the present and to plan for the future. Tonight: Planning for the future.SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)★★★★Comfort factors at home are in your thoughts. You would relish a roomier, improved residence. You could seek a new apartment or schedule home improvements. Tonight: There is a new aura of love and contentment coming into your residence and family life.SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)★★★★★Today brings clarity and focus. You have self-confidence and marvelous persuasive talent. Enlist support and seek information. Your word skills are in top form. You produce impressive writing and speak eloquently. Tonight: Follow through with future travel opportunities. They are there.CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)★★★★You will enjoy a new perspective on old puzzles and problems. It is easier to view bittersweet memories with appreciation and to understand why certain situations occurred. Abundant calls and emails. Tonight: Reach out to an elderly family member who has been lonely.AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)★★★★★Today outlines your options and illustrates what is most important. Your mental attitude is more positive. Your confidence and concern inspire others to seek your advice. A group discussion is especially fruitful in providing information and ideas. Tonight: Celebrate yourself.PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20)★★★Today you cherish time alone. Seclusion brings peace. Subtle mystical energies are coming into play. Secrets tend to come out. You may have to cope with an exposed vulnerable feeling. A meticulous approach to details wins you admiration. Tonight: Relax.Born today: Inventor Thomas Edison (1847), singer Sheryl Crow (1962), actress Jennifer Aniston (1969) Horoscope: April 30, 2021 last_img read more

Headhunters feel the pinch

first_imgThe economic crisis has seen leading headhunters watch their revenueplummet. Now they are turning themselves into corporate mentors, writes StephenOverellFor those of you who missed the annual results of Whitehead Mann, the UK’sbiggest headhunter, published this month, here they are. Group turnover is up11 per cent to £64.6m, while operating profit has risen by 33 per cent to£11.5m1. How nice. But what makes the results intriguing is that executive search isofficially in the doldrums. Last year was the annus horribilis of the sanguineworld of headhunting. Between 1993 and 2000, worldwide search revenues tripledfrom $3bn to an estimated $8.3bn2, while the number of search firms in Europeand the US swelled to more than 175,000. The war for talent sent demand skyhigh. In 2001, revenues plummeted by a third, dragged down by the bursting of thedotcom bubble, the global recruitment freeze and the psychological fall-out of11 September. Loyalty, stability and retention became the new currency – wordswhich don’t sit easily with the headhunter’s craft. According to analyst Hunt Scanlon, the top six firms in the world borelosses of $600m in the year to May 2002 after making $2.4bn the previous year. TMP Worldwide, the sixth largest by revenue and owner of the onlinerecruitment network, posted a drop in revenue of 38.7 per cent in20013. The happy, heady days when whole teams of executives cheerfully jumped shipand headhunters bragged of their latest well-connected scalps – former healthsecretary Virginia Bottomley to Odgers International, top spook Dame StellaRimington to GKN – suddenly seemed a distant memory. So how has Whitehead Mann bucked the trend? Partly because the UK was neveras badly affected by the downturn as the US. But also because it backedwholeheartedly an accelerating trend that has taken hold in executive search:the move into headhunters seeing themselves as being in ‘the talent business’in the widest sense and offering leadership services, such as managementdevelopment and audit, coaching, mentoring, assessment and succession planning.In February 2001, Whitehead Mann acquired the Change Partnership, one of thecountry’s best-known coaching practices. Twenty per cent of the firm’s incomenow comes from non-search work. Coaching revenue is up by 50 per cent. “Coaching is being used more and more as a retention tool for seniorexecutives,” says Gerard Clery-Melin, the company’s chief executive.”It is getting people to feel loved and developed, and proving veryeffective.” It is far from being alone in feeling this way. Many others are hoping newservices will bring about a renaissance. At Norman Broadbent, as blue-chip afirm as ever existed, 40 per cent of its work does not involve headhunting.Clients now want “diverse human capital solutions”, according tochief executive Doug Bugie. “Historically, search has been transactional. But now it is more aboutlong-term relationships in which we look at a company’s current and futureleadership needs,” he says. “We are moving down the organisationlooking at succession issues.” The company does all the assessment and development work for Microsoft andthe Royal Bank of Scotland, while even the Learning and Skills Council has nowoutsourced all its hiring to Norman Broadbent. At the world’s second biggest headhunter, Heidrick and Struggles, nowtagging itself ‘the leadership firm’, UK managing partner Peter Lever says:”People are one of the biggest investments any company makes and it hasbecome apparent they are being treated as assets, rather than costs.” The firm uses what Lever calls “the Jack Welch model” of humancapital. “You have the solid 70 per cent in the middle, the top 20 percent of stars and the 10 per cent who are underperforming and need to bemanaged out. We benchmark management teams against the best in themarketplace,” he says. The irony of this poacher-turned-gamekeeper make-over is probably lost onheadhunters. Ever since some far-sighted souls realised that one of theconsequences of the war for talent in the late 1990s was the ‘commoditising’ ofexecutive search, top firms have been engaged in strategic repositioning toprotect their margins. From being seen as the ultimate well-groomed executive pimps, sleuthing bumsto fill seats, they now want to be seen as strategically involved in their clientorganisations; corporate talent agents concerned as much with retaining anddeveloping in-house star-performers as with poaching somebody else’s. Theknowledge of what tempts someone to jump ship transfers easily enough into whatwill make them stay put. After all, many headhunters have long fostered theimage of avuncular sage to career-focused youngsters. Just like all rebranding exercises, and especially those that followcorporate gloom, there is doubtless a degree of hot air in all this. Nevertheless,the re-branding of executive search is a telling sign of the times. First, it seems that providing a ‘transactional’ service is no longerperceived as a viable model for the long-term – something the HR professionforesaw some time ago. It has to be ‘transformational’ and ‘strategic’. Ofcourse, delivering the right person into the right role is of immense value.But it is no longer acceptable to be quite so hands-off as executive searchtraditionally has been; value is about delivery, involvement and results overtime. Second, it entrenches a move towards organisations having a very small poolof close, trusted partners, who they call on for a diverse range of servicesand who know the business intimately, rather than lengthy lists of contingentsuppliers. One service is a gateway to others. And third, it says a lot about our reputation-obsessed times. Headhuntersalways had something of the rascally middleman about them, with their networks,pretext approaches and target-stalking. Positioning themselves as leadershipexperts, talent agents, coaches and mentors fits with the snowy-whitezeitgeist. Maybe the war for talent had more profound effects than anyone realised.”The principles of the war for talent still hold true,” claims BerndUhe, a partner with the McKinsey consultancy. “Making sure great peopleare joining and then creating jobs for them may be the model which headhuntersincreasingly move into.” References 1 Annual results press release, 11 June 2 The Association of Executive Search Consultants: 3 Figures from State of the Industry Report 2002, Hunt Research Viewpoint plusRead related articles on this topic from XpertHR’s extensivedatabase free. Go to the Xperts take a free trialBy calling 01483 257775 or e-mail: [email protected] is a new web-based information service bringing together leadinginformation providers: IRS, Butterworths Tolley and Personnel Today. Itfeatures a new Butterworths Tolley employment law reference manual, a researchdatabase and guidance from 13 specialist IRS journals, including IRS EmploymentReview. 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CRAE to contemplate Tutor for Race

first_imgMembers of OUSU’s Campaign for Racial Awareness and Equality (CRAE) are discussing plans to create a position of Tutor for Race in the University.Wadham College already has its own Tutor for Race working as a member of the welfare team, but this project aims to guide all colleges towards more effective handling of BME students’ difficulties.One of the problems frequently cited by students and staff of ethnic minorities in Oxford is the lack of a stable, trustworthy point of call, disabling them from communicating or reporting abuse. CRAE hopes that this will be changed by the creation of a university Tutor for Race. Yussef Robinson, who is BME Rep at St Hilda’s, told Cherwell, “Without these institutional roles exceptional and unrecognised levels of personal effort are required to combat racism. This places a huge burden on students and staff of colour. A Tutor for Race helps to alleviate this, that is why it’s so essential.”Robinson added, “Racism is endemic within the University. Oxford has committed itself to diversity and yet has failed to enshrine anti-racist advocation at an institutional level.”Dr Justine McConnell, currently occupying the position in Wadham, equally supports the idea of increasing the interaction between college and university student unions to respond to the problem of racism more directly. She mentioned Wadham’s Race Symposium held on 13th February this year as a successful example of collaboration between the two. She told Cherwell, “Colleges and the University working together seems to me likely to be the most effective approach. It seems to me that more interaction between groups concerned with racial equality is always a good thing.” She added,“That was one driving force behind the Wadham Race Symposium a couple of weeks ago. The event was organised primarily by three Wadham undergraduates.” As well as collaborating with the University Assessor Patricia Daley and the Chair of the Staff BME network, Nita Fisher, McConnell “also worked with those at other institutions, including SOAS, as collaboration and learning from each other is always a productive approach.”CRAE told Cherwell, “As a wider student body, we are becoming more aware of racism being a serious problem at Oxford and that, as a result, many BME students report feeling uncomfortable and excluded, on account of their race or ethnicity. “It is equally clear that many BME students simply do not feel that there are sufficient effective channels through which they can report their experiences with racism (micro- and macro-aggressions alike) or raise concerns about race. “According to the CRAE 100 Voices report, 87.2 per cent of BME students would not feel comfortable discussing an issue of race with their college administration, and 60.9 per cent would be uncomfortable talking to their welfare team. “This is where the Tutor for Race comes in. At the moment, many BME students feel they have no point of contact with tutors, to address their concerns. “We envisage the Tutor for Race to act firstly as a contact and source of support for BME students – someone who can relate to these students. Secondly, they will act as a bridge between the student body and the college administration. This could include beginning conversations, with tutors and students at a college level, on decolonisation of the curriculum. “Equally important is the need for representation. The Tutor for Race does not need to be a person of colour (Wadham’s Tutor for Race, Justine McConnell, is white): after all, the fight for racial equality is one which we should all be part of. It does, however, need to be a person who will understand and represent BME students’ interests at Governing Body and push for race equality across the college, similar to the Tutor for Women role. “For racism to be countered, we need to be talking about race and other issues – a Tutor for Race, in collaboration with the student body, is a fantastic way for this to be achieved. Wadham is the only college with a Tutor for Race at the moment, but every college needs a Tutor for Race. Get in touch with us and help make that happen.”last_img read more

Greggs set to streamline for growth

first_imgGreggs chief executive Ken McMeikan has said his top priority is to “simplify the business” in order to better prepare it for expansion. The announcement follows his initial review of the business since he took over in August. The bakery retailer also released its latest trading update, which shows total sales for the 25 weeks to 6 December 2008 are up 6.6%, with like-for-like sales up 3.8%.The company will also continue rebranding its Bakers Oven shops as Greggs, in order to move to a single fascia throughout the UK.McMeikan said he is confident in the business’ potential for future growth across the UK, particularly in the south of England and the north west. “As a cash generative business with no debt we are in a strong position not only to weather the current downturn but also to exploit the opportunities for future growth,” he said. Greggs will also continue its move into locations away from the high street in order to “serve its customers at work and as they travel”.However, he announced that the company will be beginning consultations with employees at its 10 outlets in Belgium, with the intention of withdrawing from the country altogether, as the shops are currently making a loss. “Over the coming year, our priority will be to simplify the business and strengthen its capabilities to ensure that we are ready for accelerated growth and expansion,” said McMeikan. The review also highlighted opportunities for extending the chain’s product range, following the results of customer research.last_img read more

News story: Interim National Schools Commissioner appointed

first_imgThe Department for Education has confirmed that Regional Schools Commissioner Dominic Herrington is to be appointed as the interim National Schools Commissioner from September.The temporary appointment will provide continuity for academies across the country when Sir David Carter retires from the civil service after four years at the department.Dominic Herrington has been Regional Schools Commissioner for the South-East of England and South London since being promoted from his role as Director of the Academies Group at the department in 2014 and will continue to oversee this area of work.He will lead the team of Regional Schools Commissioners and oversee their collaboration with the academy sector to nurture innovation and help improve education for every child.Dominic Herrington said: I’m looking forward to working with the Regional Schools Commissioners in seven other areas of England to build on Sir David Carter’s achievements by continuing to challenge and support school leaders.last_img read more

Denny Hamlin, Jordan Fish welcome first child

first_imgBaby makes three with addition of Taylor James Hamlin The birth was a feat of numerology and a nod to the car number of Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Matt Kenseth. Taylor James was born on Jan. 20 at 8:20 p.m. ET (20:20 in military time), and measured 20 inches in length. The baby girl tipped the scales at 6 pounds, 5 ounces. Denny Hamlin and girlfriend Jordan Fish welcomed the couple’s first child Sunday evening with the birth of Taylor James Hamlin, according to the driver’s Twitter account.last_img

Watch James Casey And Natalie Cressman Duet On A Motown Classic With TAB In Michigan

first_imgLast night, Trey Anastasio Band continued their current Paper Wheels tour with a stop at Royal Oak, MI’s Royal Oak Music Theatre. One of the show’s most memorable highlights was a cover of Motown classic “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” the worldwide smash that became a hit single for both Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell (1967) and soul superstar Diana Ross (1970), and has been covered and featured virtually everywhere ever since.Getting To Know James Casey: The Saxophonist For Trey Anastasio Band And Meghan TrainorThe Royal Oak rendition of “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” was a special surprise for fans of Trey Anastasio Band, as it saw James Casey and Natalie Cressman step out from behind their horns treat the crowd to some hair-raising lead vocals, trading lines on the classic tune. Thanks to JEMP Radio, you can watch fan-shot footage of the performance below:Full audio of the show is available via LivePhish. Trey Anastasio Band’s tour rolls on tonight with a performance at The Danforth Music Hall in Toronto. For tickets, or for more information on upcoming TAB dates, head to Trey’s website.SETLIST: Trey Anastasio Band | Royal Oak Music Theatre | Royal Oak, MI | 5/6/17 (setlist via LivePhish)Set One: Sand, Acting The Devil, Cayman Review, Ocelot, Magilla, Curlew’s Call, Work Song. Dark and Down, Money, Love and Change, Everything’s Right, Last TubeSet Two: Night Speaks to a Woman, Shine, 49 Bye Byes, Burlap Sack and Pumps, Gotta Jiboo, Alaska, Simple Twist Up Dave, Bounce, Clint Eastwood, Ain’t No Mountain High Enough, First TubeEncore: Sweet and Dandy, Valentine, Architect, The Parting Glass[Cover photo via Capacity Images, from Cressman’s album release show in NYC on 4/24/17]last_img read more