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  • Physician–Rheumatology (Berkeley Medical Center) – 133

    first_imgEqual Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals withDisabilities.Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided byOFCCP here .The contractor will not discharge or in any other mannerdiscriminate against employees or applicants because they haveinquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay ofanother employee or applicant. However, employees who have accessto the compensation information of other employees or applicants asa part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay ofother employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwisehave access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is(a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtheranceof an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including aninvestigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with thecontractor’s legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR60-1.35(c) West Virginia University Health Sciences Center – Eastern Divisionis seeking Rheumatology faculty positions in Jefferson and Berkeleycounties WV. Positions are primarily clinical and outpatient based.Job duties include: provide clinical care and teach medicalstudents, residents and fellows; and scholarly activities arehighly encouraged. Must have an M.D. degree or equivalent andsuccessfully completed an ACGME certified residency trainingprogram in Medicine with a fellowship in Rheumatology. WV MedicalLicense and DEA registration are both required by start date.Candidates should be BC/BE in Medicine and Rheumatology.Successful candidates will enjoy the benefits of practicing in afaculty practice plan (University Health Associates) integratedwith our regional community hospitals.Our Eastern Panhandle location is little more than an hour fromWashington, D.C. and Baltimore, MD. A rural atmosphere and a lowercost of living mixed with the easy accessibility to theWashington/Baltimore areas make the Eastern Panhandle an idealplace in which to live. While our counties are among the fastestgrowing counties in the state, congestion and traffic areminimal.Academic rank will be commensurate with experience. The positionwill remain open until filled. WVU offers a highly competitive andcomprehensive recruitment package which includes occurrence basedmalpractice.Interested Candidates should send CVCV to:Tina R. Stover, MS, FASPRSystem Director of Physician Recruitment2000 Foundation Way, Suite 2310Martinsburg, WV 25401Office: 304-260-1425Fax: 304-260-1480Email: [email protected] is an AA/EO employer – Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran – andis the recipient of an NSF ADVANCE award for gender equity.last_img read more

  • Dead & Company Summer Tour 2018: Setlist Stats, Trends, & Predictions

    first_imgWhen Dead & Company commenced their rehearsals for their upcoming 24-date summer tour a few weeks ago, it started a flurry of customary hopes and speculation for the band’s upcoming summer tour, which kicks off on May 30th. Primarily, fans are eager to discuss what the setlists might look like and what songs might be played or debuted by the Grateful Dead spinoff act featuring John Mayer, Oteil Burbridge, and Jeff Chimenti along with former Grateful Dead members, Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, and Bob Weir.And in 2018, even band members are getting in on the act, with Mickey taking to Instagram to ask his followers what songs people want to hear, while a rehearsal photo of Oteil playing while seated, reading charts on a music stand, spurred speculation as to which song might have been the object of his efforts.Given that Dead & Company are now in their fourth year and have a solid body of 83 shows to their name, it’s worth taking a bird’s eye view of the band’s setlists to date, while also looking forward to what might be in store this summer. And because Dead & Company are a Grateful Dead spinoff band, all comparisons are to the known setlists of the Grateful Dead’s 2,314 shows from 1965 to 1995, with Deadbase 50 (2015; Nixon, Dolgushkin, & Scott) serving as the source.Dead & Company are paying close attention to what songs they are playing, and when.Even a cursory glance over the Dead & Company (hereafter D&C) setlists reveals that someone is taking care to see which songs in their repertoire have been played recently and which ones have gone at least five shows without an appearance. Even more importantly, the second set of every D&C show contains multiple “heavy-hitters”—i.e., obvious fan favorites that frequently and not coincidentally offer space for wide-open improvisation—woven together, and sometimes even first sets have featured multiple heavy-hitters as well.Shows continue to be long affairs with little wasted time onstage.Unlike the final years of the Grateful Dead—where first sets were sometimes reduced to six or seven songs lasting 45 minutes, and second sets were sometimes padded out to 90 minutes via extended drums-and-space sequences—Dead & Company shows are being played by a bunch of guys who are clearly having a great time, are listening closely to each other, and, well, don’t really seem to have anywhere to be after the show. First sets generally run for a bare minimum of an hour and usually clock in between 70 and 75 minutes, but in one case (Pittsburgh ’16), the first set actually ran over 90 minutes. Meanwhile, second sets routinely last 90 to 110 minutes, even with the space segment shortened to less than five minutes on many nights. And on top of that, they’re not spending three to five minutes between songs, tuning up or deciding what to play either.The most popular numbers in the Grateful Dead catalog are getting the most D&C action.After 83 shows, nearly all of the songs in heaviest rotation at Dead & Company gigs are the ones that were far and away the most popular songs from the Grateful Dead (hereafter GD) live repertoire. Unsurprisingly, each of them have built-in jamming mechanisms and usually appear in second sets: “China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider” (25), “Playing In The Band” (23), “Scarlet Begonias” (22), “Fire On The Mountain” (23), “Shakedown Street” (22), “Deal” (22), “Dark Star” (21), “Help On The Way > Slipknot” (21), “Franklin’s Tower” (21), “Eyes Of The World” (21), “Estimated Prophet” (20), and “The Other One” (20). Anyone complaining about “too many” versions of these songs in D&C shows is generally going to be seen as one who doth protest too much, and as the semi-famous philosopher Dean Sotille once wrote, “’Not another “Scarlet>Fire!”,’ said no one ever!”Also, getting frequent first-set plays are “Cold, Rain & Snow”(23), “Brown-Eyed Women” (22), “Casey Jones” (22), “Bertha” (21), “Cassidy” (19), “Jack Straw” (21), and “Sugaree” (20)—all of which are time-tested, audience-approved GD classics. Among these songs, only “Cold, Rain & Snow” is not a GD original, but their arrangement is a far cry from its original incarnation as an Appalachian murder ballad.Conversely, many songs that were in heavy GD rotation are being deployed much more sporadically, with positive results.Conversely, some songs that may have suffered in popularity due to heavier rotation during the GD’s career are now popping up a lot less often, with strong results. There were times where numbers like “Throwing Stones”, “Touch Of Grey”, “Hell In A Bucket”, “Samson & Delilah”, and “I Need A Miracle” were played so frequently by GD standards that they each suffered from bouts of fan fatigue (with the first three also receiving added In The Dark-related backlash). Now, these same songs turn up once every couple of weeks, greatly heightening their reception and impact. Also, Bob’s longtime “first set blues” numbers (“Minglewood Blues”, “Little Red Rooster”), “cowboy” numbers (“Me & My Uncle”, “Big River”, “El Paso”), and Bob Dylan covers (“When I Paint My Masterpiece”, “Queen Jane Approximately”, “Desolation Row”), all once a near-certainty in any GD first set, are now each turning up every eight to ten shows or less.Setlists are drawing predominantly from the Garcia/Hunter section of the GD catalog, and there have been no D&C original songs introduced to the repertoire. Yet.Of the 50 most played songs in the Dead & Company repertoire, 34 were co-written by GD lead guitarist Jerry Garcia and his lyricist Robert Hunter, 11 were co-written by Bob Weir and his longtime lyricist John Barlow, and four are covers that were longtime staples in the GD repertoire. “Hey, that’s only 49,” you say. You’re right. “Truckin’” is in a category by itself, as its the only song in the GD catalog co-written by Garcia, Weir, and GD bassist Phil Lesh, along with Hunter.A factor playing no small role in this in this is that Bob, John Mayer, and Oteil are all singing lead vocals on various Garcia/Hunter songs. The old “Jerry sings one / Bobby sings one” pattern is long gone, as are the days of newer original GD songs being heavily deployed in their first year. A few examples of this across GD eras: “Samson & Delilah” was played at 39 of 41 shows in 1976, “Althea” was played at 59 of 86 shows in 1980, “Brother Esau” was played at 34 of 66 shows in 1983, and “Way To Go Home” was played at 22 of 55 shows in 1992. While Bob has stated in interviews that there are currently no plans to record any new D&C material, the introduction of an original song or two into the live shows should not be ruled out.D&C are mostly avoiding GD songs that were not written by Garcia/Hunter or Weir/Barlow.Aside from three versions each of “Box Of Rain” and “Passenger” in 2016 and one performance of the latter in 2017, Dead & Company have not played songs penned by GD bassist Phil Lesh. The “holy grail” known as “Unbroken Chain” still remains on the shelf, along with late-era songs “Wave To The Wind,” “Childhood’s End”, and “If The Shoe Fits”. D&C also have yet to perform any song written or co-written by a GD keyboard player who sang its lead vocal, with some of the more likely candidates in parentheses: Pigpen (“Alligator”, “Caution”, “Mr. Charlie”, “Operator”), Keith Godchaux (“Let Me Sing Your Blues Away”), Brent Mydland (“Blow Away”, “Easy To Love You”, “We Can Run”, “Tons Of Steel”, “I Will Take You Home”) and Vince Welnick (“Way To Go Home”, “Samba In The Rain”).They’ve also avoided the cover songs on which Mydland and Welnick sang lead vocals (“Gimme Some Lovin’”, “Hey Pocky Way”, “Tomorrow Never Knows”, “It’s All Too Much”). And even when former GD vocalist Donna Jean Godchaux-MacKay joined D&C for six shows in the summer of 2016, they did not take the opportunity to dust off either of the GD songs she wrote and sang while she was in the band (“Sunrise”, “From The Heart Of Me”).Lead vocal duties are being spread around a bit more.Another promising trend is Oteil handling lead vocals on a few of the Garcia/Hunter songs, usually the most delicate ballads (“China Doll”, “Comes A Time”, “If I Had The World To Give”, “Ship Of Fools”), but he’s also gotten one of the big rockers in “Fire On The Mountain” and gets a verse in covers, “Goin’ Down The Road Feelin’ Bad” and “The Weight”, too. But for the time being, Bob still handles the vocals on the biggest Garcia ballads (“Stella Blue”, “Peter”, “Days Between”, “Wharf Rat”, and “Morning Dew”, which is a cover).Given this trend, there are several other Garcia/Hunter songs from all GD eras hiding in the weeds that could be revived through Oteil’s vocals, such as “Mountains Of The Moon”, “Lazy River Road”, “Mission In The Rain”, or “To Lay Me Down”. And while keyboardist Jeff Chimenti has yet to sing lead vocals on an entire song, he has also sung a verse of “The Weight” to a great reception each time, so that’s also something to watch.D&C also pull from their jazz collections on hot nights, but so far, only one song has come from band members’ solo material.On some of Dead & Company’s hotter nights, they’ve exited the space segment of the show by transitioning into a few minutes of a jazz standard to great effect each time: Miles Davis’ “Milestones” (Atlanta and Boston, both in ’17), John Coltrane’s “A Love Supreme” (New York, Fall ’17), and the GD’s “Spanish Jam”, which was based on Miles Davis’ “Solea” (Hartford, Fall ’17).But aside from Bob Weir dipping into the Ratdog catalog for two performances of “Even So” in 2016 to memorialize bassist and longtime Weir collaborator Rob Wasserman’s passing, D&C has not performed any songs written or performed by Bob, John, Oteil, or Jeff from their previous or current bands. However, Bob’s Blue Mountain LP from 2016 could still become a source of new D&C songs, and since John Mayer is currently working on his new album for a 2019 release, depending on the album’s style, potentially material being developed for that LP could turn up in a Dead & Company show this summer.There were seven breakouts during the Fall 2017 tour, some of which were very unexpected.One positive development during the last full tour in November 2017 was the introduction of no fewer than seven new songs into the repertoire over 13 shows. After dropping “Greatest Story Ever Told” and “Beat It On Down The Line” on opening night (New York), five more songs made their debuts over the space of the tour: “Deep Elem Blues” (Detroit), “The Weight” (Atlanta), “If I Had The World To Give” (Columbus), and the first “controversial” songs from the GD repertoire: “Corrina” (Boston) and “Easy Answers” (Dallas). Could these latter songs be precursors for the D&C debuts for “Picasso Moon”, “Victim Or The Crime”, or even… “Day Job” (gasp)? Only Bob knows for sure, and you know he ain’t tellin’.What’s next? The 22 Enigma, or at least some educated guesses. Which songs from the Grateful Dead repertoire could make their Dead & Company debuts this summer? After a careful look through Deadbase 50 and weighing a variety of factors, this reporter has compiled a list of 22 songs with a higher probability of a D&C debut this summer and predicts that four to six of them will receive their debuts between the shows in Mansfield on May 30th and Boulder on July 14th: AlligatorBorn Cross-EyedBrother EsauCaution: Do Not Stop On TracksDeath Don’t Have No MercyDupree’s Diamond BluesEternityFoolish HeartGloriaIt Hurts Me TooLazy Lightning > SupplicationMight As WellMission In The RainNew Potato CabooseOn The Road AgainPicasso MoonRevolutionRuben and CeriseSatisfactionThe ElevenTo Lay Me DownWeather Report SuiteView All Dead & Company Summer 2018 Debut PredictionsSafe travels! See you out there.last_img read more

  • Frank Girardot: Think it’s real just because it’s online? Better think again

    first_imgFor a day or two last week, a video that purported to have filmed Judge Lance Ito hanging out at a nightclub and speaking flippantly about O.J. Simpson made the rounds on the Internet. That wasn’t Ito.Then, someone began circulating photographs that look a lot like champion boxer Oscar De La Hoya cavorting in a women’s wig and high heels.De La Hoya’s people say the shots of him are fakes. If anything, the two events stand as reminders that the thin line between provable reality in black and white and convincing forgery in cyberspace has become ever more blurred.This effect sometimes obscures reporting we do at the paper.During the past week we reported on the slaying of Liya “Jessie” Lu, a 32-year-old Pasadena City College student who was killed and stuffed in a trash can. Her body was discovered Sept. 15 in an Arcadia back yard.Early on, homicide detectives and coroner’s investigators tried to keep a lid on their findings. Their hope was the killer wouldn’t know the body had been discovered.On Monday, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County Department of Coroner refused to divulge the sex of the victim in the trash can, citing a “security hold” that had been placed on the case. The first key in reporting this story came when an Arcadia police lieutenant let slip the body find was linked to a missing person case in San Gabriel.Even though San Gabriel police denied the connection, we knew we were on to something.Then things got weird.Detectives released a suspect’s name and the Internet got busy.An anonymous comment on a blog known as “LA Noir” put up details about the discovery of Lu’s body that could fit the facts of the case.The question arises, are these the true facts?There are only a handful of people that know the answer: The detectives, the coroner, the person who made the discovery and the killer.My bet is that none of them are posting on the Internet right now.Which brings us back to Lance and Oscar.Don’t get me wrong. I’m probably the first guy in line at the supermarket willing to plunk down the three bucks or so for the Enquirer.I know what I’m getting: entertainment posing as news, paid for out of someone’s checkbook.We don’t do that. We also don’t cruise the blogs for insight from anonymous comments that we can plug into news stories and somehow pretend we’ve done our work.Call it old-fashioned; call it retentive; say my head’s buried in the sand.But at the end of the day, if I’m interviewing Ito in front of a nightclub and he’s celebrating the 40th anniversary of an underground magazine, I know I’m going to be asking a ton more questions than “what do you think about O.J.?”The first one’s going to be, “got any ID?”[email protected](626) 962-8811, Ext. 2717www.insidesocal.com160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

  • Jaja Santiago back for Foton

    first_imgPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netJaja Santiago is returning—and she couldn’t have picked a better time for her comeback.The towering Santiago, who is coming off an impressive stint with Ageo Medics in the Japanese V-League Division 1, will reinforce Foton on Saturday when it takes on F2 Logistics in the Philippine Superliga Grand Prix at Filoil Flying V Centre.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES View comments UP takes on soaring Ateneo The 6-foot-6 Santiago averaged 11.7 points and scored 23 points in Ageo’s match against Denso Airybees in their last game of the Final 8.Petron, meanwhile, guns for win No. 14 when it faces going up against United VC at 6 p.m., right after the 4 p.m. duel between Foton and F2.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsSantiago’s sister Diane, who manages Foton, confirmed that the former National U star will beef up the Tornadoes, who are on a 10-game losing run.Another Santiago sister, Dindin Manabat, and new import Milagros Collar have already checked in with the Tornadoes in a bid to reverse Foton’s alarming slide. MOST READ PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Wintry storm delivers US travel woes before Thanksgiving Bloomberg: US would benefit from more, not fewer, immigrants Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Colombia protesters vow new strike after talks hit snag Panelo: Duterte ‘angry’ with SEA Games hosting hassles Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Trump tells impeachment jokes at annual turkey pardon event Google Philippines names new country director Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess Private companies step in to help SEA Games hostinglast_img read more

  • 10 months agoDONE DEAL: Morecambe snap up Cardiff defender Paul McKay

    first_imgDONE DEAL: Morecambe snap up Cardiff defender Paul McKayby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveMorecambe have snapped up Cardiff City defender Paul McKay.Morecambe have signed McKay on loan for the rest of the season.The 22-year-old has not made a senior appearance for the Premier League club.McKay, who previously played for Leeds and Doncaster, could make his debut on Saturday against Crewe.”He is a utility player who can cover positions in midfield and defence and that suits us at the moment with the position we find ourselves in with injuries,” said manager Jim Bentley. TagsTransfersLoan MarketAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

  • 10 months agoWest Ham eyeing Newcastle midfielder Jonjo Shelvey

    first_imgWest Ham eyeing Newcastle midfielder Jonjo Shelveyby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveWest Ham are eyeing Newcastle United midfielder Jonjo Shelvey.The Daily Mail says West Ham are exploring the possibility of a move to sign Shelvey but are braced to face fierce resistance from Newcastle.Shelvey has only made 12 appearances for Newcastle this season and this week went to Barcelona for treatment for a thigh problem. Though he has not been ruled out for definite, the midfielder remains doubtful for Saturday evening’s clash with Chelsea.He may have been a peripheral figure for Newcastle but Manuel Pellegrini, West Ham’s manager, admires Shelvey and would jump at the possibility to bring him to the London Stadium in this window. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

  • a month agoMan City midfielder Bernardo Silva: Guardiola exhausting

    first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Man City midfielder Bernardo Silva: Guardiola exhaustingby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester City midfielder Bernardo Silva admits playing for manager Pep Guardiola is tough.But he embraces the demands.He told the Daily Mail: “Yeah, it’s exhausting under Pep, there is no doubt about that.”But it’s what we have to do.”If you want to go for all the trophies season after season you need to have someone who pushes you day after day. Sometimes it’s not easy but it’s good to have someone who won’t let you slacken off.” last_img read more

  • 12 days agoFowler: Why Klopp chose Liverpool over Man Utd, Real Madrid

    first_imgFowler: Why Klopp chose Liverpool over Man Utd, Real Madridby Paul Vegas12 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool legend Robbie Fowler has revealed why Jurgen Klopp turned down Manchester United.Klopp turned down two clubs, understood to be United and Real Madrid, after leaving Borussia Dortmund before becoming Liverpool manager four years ago. In his Mirror column, former Reds striker Robbie Fowler said: “I did an interview with him a couple of years ago and he told me he turned down a couple of super-rich clubs after Dortmund – one of them was definitely ­ Manchester United , the other probably Real Madrid – because he hated how they were focused solely on ­commercial influences.”He said he liked Liverpool because they had a balance between the money needed to reach the top and the ­history and identity of the club and their fans.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

  • Big Ten: Officials Made Correct Call On Controversial Final Touchdown During Nebraska vs. Michigan State

    first_imgA Nebraska player makes a catch near the endzone.nebraska michigan state endingThe Big Ten has seen its share of ridiculous plays this season, and one controversial call played a large part in Nebraska’s dramatic upset of Michigan State. On what proved to be the decisive touchdown, officials ruled that wide receiver Brandon Reilly was forced out of bounds by a Spartans defender. He recovered to establish himself back in-bounds and make the touchdown catch. Wow. It doesn’t look like he was forced out of bounds at all… Play was reviewed but it stands. pic.twitter.com/z7QzqKZFKS— Dr. Saturday (@YahooDrSaturday) November 8, 2015Officials reviewed the play and upheld the decision, despite it looking very questionable that Reilly was forced out. Some expected a Duke-Miami-esque statement from the Big Ten on Sunday, but instead the conference ruled that the correct decision was made. From ESPN:“Per NCAA rules, the instant replay crew cannot review the severity of contact, as that is a judgment call handled by the officials on the field,” the Big Ten said in a statement to ESPN.com. “If the player went out of bounds without contact, he may not return to the field to make the catch unless it has been touched first by an opponent. The instant replay crew did confirm contact between the players, that the wide receiver reestablished himself in the field of play and completed the catch. After the replay review, the referee announced that the play stands as called on the field. The intent of instant replay is not to review all judgment calls.”Michigan State took home a wild win against Michigan earlier in the year, and lost one almost as dramatically in Lincoln on Saturday. That’s the way the ball bounces in this sport.[ESPN]last_img read more