Livetronica duo Break Science has announced an upcoming five-night Colorado run, beginning on January 31st through February 13th.Comprised of drummer Adam Deitch and keyboardist/DJ Borahm Lee, the duo will open up the multi-night run with a stop at Fort Collins’ Aggie Theater on January 1st, followed by performances at Boulder’s Fox Theatre (2/1); Crested Butte’s Public House (2/2); Winter Park’s Ullr’s Tavern (2/8); and a final show at Frisco’s 10 Mile Music Hall on February 13th.One of Deitch’s other endeavors, Lettuce, recently announced an upcoming West Coast run, featuring select shows with special guest John Scofield on guitar. Lettuce also announced the 2019 edition of their annual blowout at Morrison, CO’s iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre, affectionately known as Rage Rocks. The latest edition of Rage Rocks, which marks Lettuce’s 6th visit to Red Rocks, is set to take place on Saturday, June 15th, 2019 and will feature two sets by the host band.Tickets to Break Science’s upcoming Colorado run go on sale this Friday, December 14th.For more information on ticketing and upcoming tour dates, head to Break Science’s website here.
A spokesman for EY said that the employer had concluded that the old pension plan didn’t provide for a satisfactory pension, and also cited rising life expectancy.Because of the lack of new pension arrangements, the contract with Aegon had to be extended by six months, but against a much lower annual accrual rate, which had dropped from 1.75% to 0.93%.At Cappital, members will accrue their pension in an individual DC plan with two lifecycle investment profiles and the option to directly purchase a pension income from Aegon.EY added that participants would not be allowed to transfer individually accrued assets to their pensions pot at Aegon’s PPI, and added that it would like to make the reinsured capital at Aegon contribution-free.At 2017-end, the EY scheme had 4,350 active participants, 11,100 deferred members and 2,200 pensioners.Last month, Aegon announced plans to merge its two PPI offerings, Aegon PPI and Cappital, into a single product. The Dutch pension fund of Ernst & Young has placed its new pensions accrual with Cappital, the low cost defined contribution vehicle (PPI) established by insurer Aegon.The scheme’s existing portfolio, worth roughly €1.3bn, as well as €45m of investments at participants’ risk, remained with the pension fund. The scheme was considering its future, it said in a statement.Until now, its members – which also include employees of law firm HVG Law – accrued pensions under collective DC arrangements, with pension claims reinsured with Aegon.However, when the contract expired at the end of 2017, it wasn’t possible to renew the contract on the same terms because of low interest rates.
highlights New Delhi: India’s current bowling coach Bharat Arun is likely to retain his position even if there are multiple candidates while R Sridhar will have his nose ahead despite South African star Jonty Rhodes throwing his hat in the ring for the fielding coach’s position. But batting coach Sanjay Bangar might find it difficult to retain his position when the national selectors pick the support staff for the Indian team. All three have got extension along with head coach Ravi Shastri till the end of the upcoming tour of the West Indies and after that, fresh interviews will be conducted with all the incumbents automatically in fray.As per norms, while the new Cricket Advisory Committee — likely to be chaired by Kapil Dev — will decide on the head coach, the selectors have been tasked to conduct interviews for the rest of the support staff. If those privy to the developments are to be believed, Arun could turn out to be a unanimous choice considering the performance of India’s pacers in all formats of the game.”In the last 18 to 20 months, the work put in by Arun has been phenomenal. The current Indian attack is considered to be the best in the longest format. Mohammed Shami back at his best and (Jasprit) Bumrah’s consistency are a few things Arun must get credit for. It’s up to the selectors but they might find it difficult to replace him,” a senior BCCI official told PTI on Friday.However, same can’t be said about Bangar, who many believe hasn’t been able to create a solid middle order despite four years in the job.”Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma have been performing much before Bangar came into the fray. He has no role in their success. However, his job was to create a few solid options in the middle order and we have seen in the World Cup that he has failed miserably in that,” the official added.There have been reports that it was on Bangar’s insistence that Mahendra Singh Dhoni was asked to bat at No.7 in the lost semifinal against the New Zealand, a decision that has been roundly criticised.While Arun is the favourite among three specialist coaches, Sridhar is also not far behind as India has made rapid strides in the fielding department.But he will get a tough fight from Rhodes, who is set to get an opportunity to give a presentation to the selection committee.”Rhodes is a big name and his candidature can’t be ignored. However, this also needs to be taken into account that how the team’s fielding performance has been,” the official said. Meanwhile, It is known that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has invited fresh application for the support staff and head coach. Soham Desai, who has been working with National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bangalore, is currently in West Indies assisting India A side. He is supposedly set to join the men’s team in Florida and the Indian team will prepare for first of three T20 Internationals. Basu and physio Patrick Farhart have left the side after the World Cup. Both are being flooded with offers from the Indian Premier League (IPL) franchises. It is understood that Basu may return to Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), with whom he was associated with previously. It is also known that the duo was offered an extention by the BCCI, but both had denied the offer. (With Inputs: PTI) For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. India will play West Indies from August 3. India’s support staff got extention for 45 days after World Cup exit. Jonty Rhodes has applied to be India’s fielding coach.