In early December, progressive-indie favorites Moon Taxi will begin a two-night stand at Cervante’s Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver, CO. The shows will be pretty special, as they’ll be joined each night by Joey Porter’s Shady Business, a supergroup that features some of the most exciting musicians in the scene. Porter, who is the keyboardist in The Motet, will be joined by Dominic Lalli of Big Gigantic, Jennifer Hartswick and Natalie Cressman of the Trey Anastasio Band, Garrett Sayers from The Motet, and Sput from Snarky Puppy.The shows will take place on December 2nd and 3rd. Early Bird tickets have already sold out, but you can still get a two-day pass for $35, before prices jump to $40 on the day of show. Save some money and buy tickets in advance at this link. With such an incredible lineup on deck, this is sure to be a can’t-miss weekend of music in Denver.
By Dialogo July 08, 2009 Lima, 5 July (EFE).- The Peruvian police confiscated in the Tumbes region, on the border with Ecuador, more than 6,400 bullets camouflaged in a shipment of bananas, presumed to have been intended for the guerrillas of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), according to press reports published today in Lima. The Border Police took the action yesterday after noticing that a pedicab used for transporting cargo, operated by Marcos Infante Elizalde, was carrying bananas from Peru to Ecuador, when the reverse is normally the case, according to the daily La República. Several boxes with 1,600 9-mm bullets with the Fiocchi trademark, used in pistols and submachine guns, and 4,800 5.56-mm projectiles, used in M16 rifles, were found under the shipment of bananas, the newspaper added. The pedicab operator stated that he had only been hired to take the shipment to Ecuador. According to investigators, there are indications that an international gang trafficking in ammunition and military weapons is operating from Peru into the countries along its northern border, and it is presumed that the shipment confiscated yesterday had as its final destination the Colombian insurgent group the FARC, La República.
If you’re trying to build or maintain healthy credit, knowing what’s considered a “good” score can be helpful. As you know, a good credit score can help you get approved and get better rates for loans and other credit.Higher is generally better, but it’s hard to say specifically what a “good” score is. What’s considered a good score can differ by lender and based on the credit you’re applying for. There are also different scoring models, so a good score may vary depending on what product or services you use to see your scores. That said, read on to learn what a good credit score range is when you check your score with TransUnion.Credit score rangesThe credit score you see from TransUnion is based on the VantageScore® 3.0 model. Scores in this model range from 300 to 850. A good score with TransUnion and VantageScore 3.0 is between 661 and 720. As your score climbs through and above this range, you can benefit from the increased freedom and flexibility healthy credit brings. Some people want to achieve a score of 850, the highest credit score possible. Having this “perfect” score may feel like a win, but nothing specific unlocks if you hit that magic number. This is placeholder text continue reading » This post is currently collecting data… 3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr