March 2

Aqueous Partners With nugs.net For Streams And Recordings Of All Future Shows

first_imgBuffalo, NY jammers Aqueous have been on an absolute tear of late, and things are only getting better for the band, as they have announced a partnership with nugs.net to bring fans streams and recordings of all future shows. According to the group, all shows will be available to purchase for download, as well as available to stream through the nugs app for subscribers.Aqueous Shares Rocking Live Studio EP “Artifact” [Listen]The group is set to play Boulder, CO’s The Boulder Theatre this Friday and Saturday with Twiddle, which will be broadcast live via nugs.tv. Both shows are set to start at 7pm EDT sharp. In conjunction with their new partnership, Aqueous’ shows from The Fillmore in Philly (2/2/17), The Winter Werk Out in Columbus, OH (2/4/17), and The Bottleneck in Lawrence, KS (2/7/17) are all now available here.Aqueous is just began an extensive Winter tour. Check for dates near you below.Aqueous 2017 Tour Schedule2/9/2017: Ft. Collins, CO- Hodi’s Half Note2/10/2017: Boulder, CO- Boulder Theater (w-Twiddle)2/11/2017: Boulder, CO- Boulder Theater (w- Twiddle)2/12/2017: Steamboat Springs, CO- Schmiggity’s2/13/2017: Denver, CO- Larimer Lounge2/15/2017: Omaha, NE- Reverb Lounge2/16/2017: Columbia, MO- Rose Music Hall2/17/2017: St. Louis, MO- The Bootleg @ Atomic Cowboy2/18/2017: Bloomington, IN- The Bluebird2/24/2017: Greensboro, NC- The Blind Tiger (w BIG Something)3/2/2017: Morgantown, WV- 123 Pleasant Street3/3/2017: Cleveland, OH- Beachland Tavern3/4/2017: Buffalo, NY- Town Ballroom (w- Twiddle)3/5/2017: Buffalo, NY- Town Ballroom (w- Twiddle)3/17/2017: Keene, NH- The Colonial Theatre (w- Twiddle)3/18/2017: Keene, NH- The Colonial Theatre (w- Twiddle)3/23/2017: Rochester, NY- Flour City Station3/24/2017: Stroudsburg, PA- Sherman Theater (w- Twiddle)3/25/2017: Washington, DC- 9:30 Club (w- Twiddle)3/31/2017: New York, NY- PlayStation Theater (w- Twiddle)4/1/2017: New York, NY- PlayStation Theater (w- Twiddle)last_img read more

January 17

Spring special

first_imgVolume XXXIIINumber 1Page i Welcome to the 33rd annual Spring Garden Packet from the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. Written by 14 CAES faculty members and graduate and undergraduate students, these 27 feature articles are provided to help you give your readers the timely, valuable gardening information they want. Your UGA Cooperative Extension county agent (just call 1-800-ASK-UGA1) can help you localize these features. The stories are available on Georgia FACES at a georgiafaces.com.This year’s edition is split into sections. First, you’ll find articles on fruits and vegetables, followed by general gardening, gold medal winners, garden pests and plant diseases. Fruits and vegetables1. Top 10 vegetables to try – Kristen Plank2. Georgia oranges? – Sharon Omahen3. Growing sweet potatoes – Terry Kelley4. Put your harvest on the table – Plank5. From garden to grub: Ratatouille – PlankGeneral gardening6. Good gardening saves green – Matthew Chappell7. Gardening success during drought – Plank8. Alternatives to turf – Amanda Tedrow9. Gardening ‘achoos’ – Peppers10. Creating a garden with children – Plank 11. Growing gourds in Georgia – KelleyGold medal winners12. Georgia’s plant all-stars for 2008 – Plank13. Comeback plant – Bodie Pennisi14. Paperbush adds heavenly scent – Gary Wade15. American Hornbeam adapts – Wade16. Pride of Augusta great vine for Georgia – Wade17. Cranesbill a ‘floral blockbuster’ – PennisiGarden pests18. Using pesticides safely – Paul Guillebeau19. The ultimate unwelcome guest – Elmer Gray20. Tips to keep mosquitoes away – Guillebeau21. Widow spiders and work gloves – Stephanie Schupska 22. Hornworms love tomatoes – Nancy Hinkle23. The lowdown on chiggers – GrayPlant diseases24. Prevent some vegetable diseases – Brad Haire25. Take-all root rot – Holly Thornton26. Pick tomatoes resistant to virus – Kelley 27. UGA clinic diagnoses sick plants – ThorntonHere are all of the annual UGA garden packet articles for the past seven years: 2007 Garden Packet Articles2006 Garden Packet Articles2005 Garden Packet Articles2004 Garden Packet Articles 2003 Garden Packet Articles 2002 Garden Packet Articles(Stephanie Schupska was principle editor of the 2008 Spring Garden Packet and is a news editor with the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.)last_img read more