jambase.com – On September 20 the Everyone Orchestra will return to New York City for a performance at The Cutting Room featuring members of TAB, Umphrey’s McGee, Lettuce, The Bridge and Thievery Corporation. The lineup for Everyone Orchestra’s visit to NYC finds conductor Matt Butler joined by Joel Cummins of Umphrey’s McGee, Schmeeans of Lettuce, Ashish Vyas of Thievery Corporation, Jen Hartswick, Natalie Cressman and Russ Lawton of the Trey Anastasio Band and Cris Jacobs of The Bridge.
bethesdanow.com – Montgomery County on Monday unveiled the “first stage” of a new website that will allow users to better understand and navigate the county’s operating and capital budgets. The “financial transparency suite” is meant to allow residents and other stakeholders the ability to pinpoint certain government programs or projects and isolate charts and graphs more specific to their concerns. The website is coupled with a new electronic budget presentation that shows what portion of the budget different programs in different departments take up.
govloop.com – Most employers don’t kiss on the first date. Or, to put it another way, they’re not going to hire you based on your resume. Your resume should not focus on trying to get you a job – it should focus on getting you an interview. That means creating a CV that teases an employer into really wanting to know more about you. Along with your resume, your cover letter should not provide TMI. It should provide limited information that makes you memorable and a candidate who’s resume needs to be read.
govloop.com – On GovLoop Insights’ DorobekINSIDER: TaskRabbit began six years ago as an online marketplace where users can outsource small jobs to others in the surrounding community. From buying your dog food, to picking up your dry cleaning, to installing your Ikea furniture, or cleaning your oven, the site contracts out any chore you can imagine. Now an emblem of today’s ‘sharing economy,’ millions all over America frequent the site.
jambase.com – It’s been a few years since STS9 have served up one of their signature “Axe The Cables” mostly- acoustic performances, but that will soon change. The jamtronica act has announced that they will treat fans to “Axe The Cables” sets before each of their upcoming shows at Red Rocks in Morrison, CO on September 5 and 6. The group’s new bassist, Alana Rocklin, will make her “Axe The Cables” debut at the historic venue.
sts9.com – We are very excited to announce to everyone that we’re adding something really special to our Red Rocks Amphitheatre shows this coming Fri Sept 5th and Sat Sept 6th. Prior to 2 full sets of full tilt 9, the hills of Morrison and our dearest fans will be witness to the return of STS9′s critically acclaimed “Axe The Cables” each evening, which will provide the cherry on top of what is sure to be an amazing weekend in Colorado.
jambase.com – Jam-rockers moe. have just revealed that they will play a special Halloween show at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas on October 31 accompanied by special guests Jennifer Hartswick, Natalie Cressman and Little Feat keyboardist Bill Payne. The theme of this year’s moe. Halloween show will be The Big Lebowski, based on the 1998 movie. Here’s the text of the announcement from the band, “Polish up those bowling balls for Halloween night in Vegas with Moe.