Faster internet coming soon to rural parts of Indiana

first_img By Network Indiana – September 6, 2020 2 534 WhatsApp Faster internet coming soon to rural parts of Indiana Twitter Twitter Google+ Facebook (Sarah Welliver/The Elkhart Truth) Better, faster internet will soon be coming to rural parts of Indiana.Governor Eric Holcomb has announced $51 million for Round Two of the state’s broadband program, that will provide better technology for faster internet in 32 different counties, with the bulk of it going to Fountain, Ripley and Posey counties.The majority of the first round focused on areas in Benton, Floyd and Spencer counties.Holcomb says it’s more important than ever for Hoosiers as they spend more time at home during the pandemic. Pinterest Pinterest Previous articleMan wanted in connection with robbery, death in Terre Haute arrested in PlymouthNext articlePresident Trump to award former Notre Dame Football Coach Lou Holtz with the Medal of Freedom Network Indiana WhatsApp Google+ IndianaNews Facebooklast_img read more

Watch’s Triumphant Set-Opening “Box Of Rain” From LOCKN’ 2017 [Pro-Shot]

first_imgOn Sunday, August 27th, LOCKN’ Music Festival wrapped up with one of the most anticipated sets of the weekend. Affectionately known as, the Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh teamed with the jam band heavyweights of moe. for a special guest-filled set, that also featured a rotating cast of musicians including The Revivalists’ frontman David Shaw, saxophonist Rob Ingraham, and trumpeter Michael Girardot, as well as Grahame Lesh (Midnight North), vocalist Nicki Bluhm, and Grateful Dead guitarist/vocalist Bob Weir.The set took on a special meaning that weekend because, ahead of LOCKN’, moe. had announced an indefinite hiatus, canceling their performances from August onward, save the special LOCKN’ set. The hiatus was spurred by moe.’s bassist, Rob Derhak, who at the time was seeking (successful!) treatment for oropharyngeal cancer. Though Derhak was sadly unable to make the LOCKN’ performance, the moe. bassist was there both in spirit and in the form of a tiny robot, which buzzed around on stage and ensured that Rob could be there on-stage for moe.’s collaboration with Phil Lesh on Sunday night. Appropriately nicknamed the “rob.ot,” the tiny robot had a picture of Derhak taped to it and was equipped with a camera, so Rob could stream the group’s emotionally charged set from the comfort of his home.The set opened with the Grateful Dead classic “Box Of Rain”, kicking off the set in celebratory style. While the beginning of the number saw some technical difficulties with Lesh experiencing feedback problems, the song settled into itself, triumphantly marking the start of a truly special show. Today, Relix has released video of’s take on “Box of Rain” at LOCKN’ 2017. The video was released in celebration of moe. and Phil Lesh’s recently announced, collaborative run at Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, California, from June 29th to July 1st, as part of moe.’s upcoming summer tour. You can check out the video for yourself below, and hear full audio of the set here. [H/T JamBase]last_img read more