Save The Children Announces COVID-19 Relief Festival With Jason Mraz, Rufus Wainwright, David Shaw, More

first_imgSave the Children have released the lineup for the COVID-19 Relief Festival, featuring Jason Mraz, Rufus Wainwright, David Shaw of The Revivalists, and many more.The event, organized by the Young Patrons of Save the Children, will raise money for kids and families affected by the global pandemic. The stream will take place on Monday, May 25th at 6 p.m. ET.Related: Nation’s First Socially Distant Indoor Concert Takes Place In Arkansas [Photos]The lineup for the Save the Children COVID-19 Relief Festival will feature Andy Grammer, Caroline Jones, Duncan Sheik, John Rzeznik of The Goo Goo Dolls, Charity & Matty from The Head and the Heart, Jon Batiste, Josh Kelley, LP, Mat Kearney, Matt Nathanson, Morgan Evans, Matthew Caws of Nada Surf, members of Ripe, Ryan Cabrera, Smallpools, Trevor Hall, Matt Scannell of Vertical Horizon, Will Joseph Cook, Yoke Lore. The event will also introduce Alexis Wilkins, Diana DeMuth, John K, and Modern Love Child to a wide audience.The digital concert will offer a live interactive chat throughout the festival, as well as provide real time donation options. Additionally, Save the Children have shared this promotional video for its Relief Festival.Save the Children COVID-19 Relief Festival[Video: Save the Children Young Patrons]Tune into the Save the Children Young Patrons YouTube channel on Monday, May 25th at 6 p.m. ET for the Relief Festival.last_img read more

Airgas acquires Florida’s Tri-Tech

first_imgGet instant access to must-read content today!To access hundreds of features, subscribe today! At a time when the world is forced to go digital more than ever before just to stay connected, discover the in-depth content our subscribers receive every month by subscribing to gasworld.Don’t just stay connected, stay at the forefront – join gasworld and become a subscriber to access all of our must-read content online from just $270. Subscribelast_img

Siemens to supply electric bus charging stations to Denmark

first_imgDENMARK: Siemens has signed a framework contract with public transport authority Movia to supply rapid charging stations for electric buses, the manufacturer announced on April 11. The charging infrastructure is being deployed as part of a programme agreed in 2017 between 45 municipalities with the aim of making bus transport CO2-neutral by 2030. The three year contract covers the supply of 150 kW, 300 kW or 450 kW charging stations with an inverted pantograph, and Siemens’ eBus cloud remote monitoring system. Siemens will also provide six years of maintenance.last_img

Molloy Certified for Reelection to Council Seat

first_imgMolloy said he’s running again because he has unfinished business on council that he would like to see through. Molloy: “We started a review of the purchasing code which hasn’t been reviewed in ten years, that’s a project that I initiated and am working on with Council Member [Henry] Knackstedt and I’m hoping to see that through. Again there’s unfinished business with the comprehensive plan and then there’s the new business of zoning and commercial marijuana business and where that should be safely located in town.” Molloy: “People seem to be pretty supportive of commercial business in Kenai.” And how the city implements marijuana regulations… The city’s comprehensive plan, particularly strip development along the Kenai Spur Highway… Councilor Ryan Marquis is also up for reelection to his current seat.center_img The candidacy filing period closes August 17. As of Wednesday night, Molloy is the only candidate application certified by Kenai’s city clerk. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Kenai City Councilor Bob Molloy said he heard two top concerns from Kenai residents while out discussing his upcoming candidacy for reelection. Molloy: “That was really a big issue in why the plan that we did in 2013 failed, was overturned by the voters. They didn’t want to see strip development all throughout the highway but more commercial hubs like there are now. So people were afraid that that might change.”last_img read more