However, the night didn’t end there, as Aqueous’ then continued their night by zipping over to The Sinclair, where moe. was winding down their four-night stand in Cambridge. Guitarist Al Schnier had the idea for members of Aqueous to emerge on the band’s instruments for the encore to surprise the audience. Aqueous obliged, with Mike Gantzer on Chuck’s guitar, Evan McPhaden on a Rob’s bass, Dave Loss on Al’s guitar, and Rob Houk on Vinnie’s drums, to kick off moe.’s Saturday night encore. Aqueous played an improvisational jam before closing with hints of an Aqueous original, “Random Company,” before switching back with the moe. members who closed out with “Comfortably Numb” cover by Pink Floyd. You can also take a listen to the moe. show below, courtesy of taper tgakidis.[Cover photo: Capacity Images]Setlist: moe. | The Sinclair | Cambridge, MA | 4/08/17I: Zed Naught Z > Same Old Story > Bring You Down, Chromatic Nightmare#, Captain America, Montego, Where Does The Time Go? > WaterII: Kids > Lazarus, Letter Home > Faker > Same Old Story > Zed Naught Z, Gone > Deep This TimeIII: Skrunk > Kids, banter, Buster, Angel, St. Augustine > Same Old Story, crowd, al.nnouncementsE: Aqueous band swap, banter/crowd, Comfortably Numb# w/ Water Intro Fake Out On April 8th, Aqueous and Dopapod hit the Paradise Rock Club in Boston, Massachusetts, continuing their tour of the smokin’ of the Northeast. Aqueous kicked off the night, and during their five-song set, they invited a special guest out to share the stage with them. For their fourth song, following “Skyway,” which jammed into through “Halfway In, Halfway Out,” the band invited their friend, Dopapod’s drummer Neal “Fro” Evans, to join them on a heavy cover of Queens of the Stone Age “No One Knows.” You can check out a video of this special sit-in via MK Devo below, who caught the cover in all its glory and just released pro-shot multi-cam footage from the night.
Devon Ngo Members of the Glee Club celebrate their inaugural winter tour in California following a performance. The group held nine concerts in a span of 10 days.As this year’s tour manager, Kuczynski helped Glee Club director Daniel Stowe plan the trip, including scheduling the concerts, finding places for everyone to stay and organizing activities during the day. When they weren’t performing, group members toured San Francisco, played beach volleyball in San Clemente and skied in Lake Tahoe. Senior Glee Club president Brian Raab said he agreed that a longer tour in between semesters made it a uniquely enjoyable tour. “So often tour can feel like work because we usually have a concert one day in one location and the next day is a concert in a completely different location. It’s just bam-bam-bam. This time, we had a beach day at one point where we played volleyball for four hours. I went skiing in Lake Tahoe and that was one of the best days of my life,” Raab said. “The Glee Club, they’re my best friends at Notre Dame. Because we’re always touring over breaks, we don’t have a chance to take a vacation together somewhere, so it was cool we got to bring the vacation with us.” That sense of community, Raab said, was built over four years of touring with the Glee Club. Tours are the most important part of the club, in large part because of the community that it builds, Kucynski said.“When you go on tour, you’re spending literally every minute of your day with 40 other guys,” Kuczynski said. “So you just form this bond … because you’re working with these guys, essentially, but you’re also spending all your meals and all your free time with them as well, so it’s like this really close bond that you form with the guys and it helps to solidify the music, too.” John Jakubowski, a sophomore member of the Glee Club, said he agrees that tours allow for more social and musical connection within the club than everyday rehearsals. “Rehearsals are great,” he said. “But tour is when you spend a lot of meaningful time with these people. It’s kind of like a cornerstone of the club musically, but also socially. You’re spending a lot of time with these people, but you’re also spending a lot of time with the music. You get to know both the people and the music very well.”This tour in particular, because of it occurring over winter break, enabled the group to work on its technique and performance. “We got to do the same music we’ve done in the fall, so rather than trying to memorize stuff, we already have it memorized, so it’s more working on musicality and stuff like that,” Raab said. “Getting more chance of consistent work and performance in front of a crowd really helps.” Over the course of 10 days, the club performed nine concerts. While the concerts meant there was plenty of work to do, the number and low-stress environment enabled the group to improve its performing ability, Jakubowski said. “Generally, you’re singing for people you don’t know quite as well,” he said. “Tour is just a really great time to learn the material because, since you don’t really know the people, there’s a little less pressure to perform.”Even though they’re not singing for their typical Notre Dame audience in South Bend, the club members are able bring their music to the greater Notre Dame community when touring. Often times, members of the club stayed with hosts from the Notre Dame clubs in the cities they visited. “It’s a lot more interesting, I’d say, especially since in a lot of the locations we stay with home-stays, so a lot of times you actually end up meeting the people who are listening to you that night,” Kuczynski said. “So it’s cool to get to know people and see how they appreciate our music and what Notre Dame means to them specifically.”In addition to hosting the members, the clubs often help market the event to their local communities. As a result, tour performances have audiences from both the Notre Dame community and the community in which they perform. “When you go on tour, you can be performing for anyone, like someone who saw there was a choir performance. And then you have the people who came because it’s Notre Dame and they love Notre Dame,” Raab said. “It’s so cool to sing in front of that mix of people.” The Glee Club will be touring again this summer in various countries in Europe, in addition to its usual on-campus concerts.Tags: arts at ND, California, Glee Club, Glee Club Tour, winter break Members of the Glee Club spent their Christmas break performing on their first-ever winter tour. Each year, the club typically spends a week performing on the road over fall and spring break. This year, in lieu of its spring tour, it spent 10 days visiting various cities in California.Senior Adam Kuczynski, the club’s tour manager, said the decision to tour over winter break instead of spring break allowed for a different kind of tour. “We decided to do it over winter because … we wanted a little bit of extra time in California without the pressures of semester projects and homework and studying,” he said. “It was super laid back and everyone was much less stressed, which was nice.”
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Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Brian E. RavencraftThe accountants my firm are invested in all aspects of our clients’ businesses, including the ways their success and security could be threatened. Our team is very focused on cybersecurity measures and we spend a great deal of time studying the methods and motivations of hackers. Most people are only opaquely aware of the threats that are around them continuously. We see examples frequently that are both fascinating and terrifying at the same time.Our firm invests in top line firewalls, antivirus, SPAM filters, and of course, training, as do many other companies. These tools are vital and do mitigate some threats, but the truth is it’s the human users that are often the weak link in the defense chain. For this reason, we continuously stress that the absolute best defense a company can mount is by being vigilant, proactive, and educated. This goes for any type of company, whether it be an accounting firm, a feed supply business, or a family farm — no one is safe from these threats. I’ll share a couple examples that drive home why it’s vital to pay attention to protect yourself and your company.Late one evening not long ago a colleague of mine reached out to our firm’s IT Director, stating he had started receiving SPAM emails at an alarming rate. Within a couple hours he had received thousands of messages from around the world, often in foreign languages such as Dutch, Russian, Swedish, and Chinese and it didn’t appear to be letting up. IT asked him please forward a few examples to them for examination and to take a moment and check his online accounts, such as PayPal, Amazon, etc. IT had a strong suspicion of what might be happening to him.IT called him again the following morning and together they did some further investigating. As my colleague was carefully deleting the SPAM messages, he found an email from a major retailer that acknowledged his “Online Order.” It seemed someone had accessed his account, changed the billing and shipping address, and placed a $1,000+ order at approximately 7 p.m. the previous night. Fortunately, he called the retailer and canceled the transaction before it shipped, and changed his account settings and password to prevent further attacks. In this case, the hacker “SPAM Bombed” him a few hours before they attacked his account. By sending thousands of SPAM messages to him, they hoped the deluge and clutter of emails would cause him to miss the account changes and order notifications from the retailer, and therefore not catch it in time. Because he was vigilant, proactive, and educated our team stopped it.Another recent example we encountered at a client was an email that was received by a team member of the company that appeared at first glance to be from a senior manager. The message was innocuous enough, and simply asked “Are you in the office today?” The team member did notice that the return email address was NOT the senior manager’s actual email address, and reached out to us for direction. This email is a prime example of spear phishing. In this case, the hacker is deliberately attacking an individual by masquerading as someone the users knows and trusts in the hopes of getting the employee to engage with them. Had the employee taken the bait and casually assumed he was communicating with the senior manager, the hacker would likely have sent a file attachment such as a spreadsheet or PDF asking him to take a look at it. The file attachment would have almost certainly carried a payload with a trojan or Ransomware. Because he was vigilant we stopped it.Every company faces these threats on a daily basis. Sadly, we see far too many professionals demonstrate a gross lack of understanding of the risks to their organizations via these threats. They believe that because they have invested in the latest firewall or software security suite, they have adequately protected their information assets. Properly configured hardware and software are certainly vital components of an effective cybersecurity program, but equally important are guidelines, policies, and procedures that are carefully designed, documented, implemented, and enforced. And, of course, security awareness training for all employees is absolutely required to ensure the hackers do not easily compromise the system by tricking the humans into granting them access. After all, a company can spend millions in security software, hardware, and physical doors and locks but it’s all useless if an employee leaves a door or window unlocked.Again, every business, no matter the industry, should work to safeguard themselves from the types of attacks we outlined here. I share all of this information with you in my monthly finance article because falling victim to cybercrime can be costly and devastating to your finances. As always, please reach out to me with questions. Brian E. Ravencraft, CPA, CGMA is a Principal with Holbrook & Manter, CPAs. Brian has been with Holbrook & Manter since 1995, primarily focusing on the areas of Tax Consulting and Management Advisory Services within several firm service areas, focusing on agri-business and closely held businesses and their owners. Holbrook & Manter is a professional services firm founded in 1919 and we are unique in that we offer the resources of a large firm without compromising the focused and responsive personal attention that each client deserves. You can reach Brian through www.HolbrookManter.com or at [email protected]