Stephen Stills has announced dates for a summer tour, hitting a number of cities across the country on an extensive tour between July 6th through August 5th. With stops at several City Wineries (including NYC’s) and various intimate venues, look for Stills to play beloved music both new and old.The tour will feature Stills playing both an acoustic set and electric set, the latter with backing band comprised of Kevin McCormick, Todd Caldwell and Mario Calire. Stills will also be debuting new music along the way.Tickets go on sale this Friday, May 15th, with more information on the guitarist’s website.Stephen Stills Tour Dates:July 6 Alexandria, VA—The Birchmere July 7 New York, NY—City Winery July 9 Glenside, PA—Keswick Theatre July 11 Louisville, KY—Brown Theater July 12 Greensboro, NC—Carolina Theatre July 14 Charlotte, NC—Neighborhood Theatre July 15 Richmond, VA—Carpenter Theater July 17 Nashville, TN—City Winery July 18 Atlanta, GA—Bulkhead Theater July 21 Tulsa, OK—Brady Theatre July 23 Austin, TX—Paramount Theatre July 24 Dallas, TX—Majestic Theatre July 26 Phoenix, AZ—Celebrity Theatre July 27 Riverside, CA—Fox Performing Arts Center July 29 Napa, CA—City Winery July 30 Paso Robles, CA—California Mid-State Fair August 1 Solana Beach, CA—Belly Up August 2 Solana Beach, CA—Belly Up August 4 San Juan Capistrano, CA—Coach House August 5 San Juan Capistrano, CA—Coach House
Tweet Share Share Hurricane MariaLocalNewsRecovery Thousands to benefit from UNICEF Emergency Cash Transfer Programme by: Dominica Vibes News – November 22, 2017 Share 482 Views one comment UNICEF Eastern Caribbean Deputy Representative, Muriel Mafico (left) with Helen Royer, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Social Services, Family and Gender AffairsSix thousand children here on Dominica will benefit from a cash donation through an Emergency Cash Transfer Programme. This donation was made possible through a partnership between the United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF), World Food Programme (WFP), UNICEF Eastern Caribbean Area and the Ministry of Social Services, Family and Gender Affairs. The benefiting children are those most vulnerable on the island who have been affected by Hurricane Maria. According to a post on UNICEF Eastern Caribbean’s Facebook Page a program document was signed with the Ministry of Social Services, Family and Gender Affairs for the implementation of this emergency cash transfer. “The Program…aims at reaching the country’s most vulnerable households and raising the capacities of the country’s social protection system to respond better to future emergencies,” the post continued. A total of 8,300 households will receive an unconditional cash transfer for a period of 3 months with the specific aim of contributing to adequate access to food as part of the programme. It will also support the immediate needs of 6,000 of the most vulnerable hurricane affected children by providing unconditional cash child grants for the same duration. UNICEF is also providing technical assistance and accompaniment to the Ministry to support the implementation of the cash transfer, it added. Sharing is caring!