Bob Weir kicked off his Campfire Tour last night in San Rafael, California. The show, which took place at Marin Veterans Memorial Auditorium, featured a hodgepodge of fan-favorite Dead songs, as well as several tracks from his recently-released album Blue Mountain. The show kicked off with the Grateful Dead guitarist delivering a solo acoustic rendition of the album’s title track, before the band, which features Steve Kimock, brothers and members of The National Bryan and Scott Devendorf, Jon Shaw, and the album’s producer Josh Kaufman, took the stage for the remainder of the show.Set one focused on mostly material from the new album, with “Only a River”, “Lay My Lily down”, “Whatever Happened to Rose”, and more leading the charge, before the band busted out the Dead’s “He’s Gone”. “He’s Gone” was followed by the appropriately titled “Gonesville”, making for a great pairing of tunes while bringing the set to a close.Set two featured a much heavier variety of Grateful Dead material, opening with a rocking “Althea”, before the band launched into a great version of “Me and My Uncle”. What followed was a show-closing sequence that started with “Playing in the Band”, transitioned into “The Other One”, followed by “Looks Like Rain”, and finally a reprise of “Playing In The Band” that brought the house down.The encore featured another Blue Mountain track with “Ki-Yi Bossie”, before the band brought things to a close with great versions of Merle Haggard‘s “Mama Tried” and the emotional “Ripple”.Weir returns to the stage tonight in Oakland, CA at the Fox Theatre. Check out a few fan-shot videos from the great first night of Bob Weir’s Blue Mountain tour below. See below for a full setlist as well!Watch Bob Weir perform a solo acoustic rendition of “Blue Mountain”.Watch Bob Weir perform a solo acoustic rendition of “The Other One”.Watch Bob Weir perform a solo acoustic rendition of “Ripple”.Bob Weir | Marin Veterans Memorial Auditorium | San Rafael, California | 10/7/206Set 1: Blue Mountain, Only a River, Lay Me Lily Down, Whatever Happened to Rose, Ghost Towns, Gallop on the Run, He’s Gone, Gonesville.Set 2: Althea, Me and My Uncle, Playing in the Band, The Other One, Look Like Rain, Playing in the Band repriseEncore: Ki-Yi Bossie, Mama Tried, RippleBob Weir Blue Mountain Campfire TourSan Rafael, CAMarin County Civic CenterOctober 7, 2016Oakland, CAFox Theatre OaklandOctober 8, 2016Los Angeles, CAThe WilternOctober 10, 2016Upper Darby, PAThe Tower TheatreOctober 12, 2016Brooklyn, NYThe Kings TheatreOctober 14-15, 2016Port Chester, NYThe Capitol TheatreOctober 16, 2016Nashville, TNRyman AuditoriumOctober 19, 2016
Mrs. Lois Irene (Cheever) Rosenberger, age 92, of Vevay, Indiana, entered this life on November 26, 1927 in Vevay, Indiana. She was the loving daughter of the late Charles E. and Irene (Dufour) Cheever. She was raised in Vevay, Indiana and was a 1945 graduate of the Vevay High School. She was a 1946 graduate of Littleford-Nelson School of Business in Cincinnati, Ohio. Lois received her degree in Library Science in 1971 from the University of Cincinnati and her lifetime certification from the State of Indiana. Lois was united in marriage on June 15, 1947 at the Ruter Chapel United Methodist Church in Vevay, Indiana to the late Max. E. Rosenberger. This happy union was blessed with a son, Gary and a daughter, Lisa. Lois and Max shared nearly 59 years of marriage together until he passed away on February 15, 2006. Lois was employed as a bookkeeper for the Vevay Buick Garage and the Ford Implement Company. She was a receptionist for the Switzerland County Department of Public Welfare. She was also a policy writer for Massachusetts Bonding and Insurance Company in Indianapolis, Indiana. Lois was employed as Deputy Clerk and Clerk of the Circuit Court in Switzerland County from 1955 – 1967. From 1967 – 1968 she was the Legal Secretary for Mr. Gerald Shadday, Attorney-at-Law in Vevay, Indiana. Lois was a clerk and typist for the Jefferson Proving Ground in Madison, Indiana, from 1968 – 1969. Lois was employed as the Director for the Switzerland County Public Library from 1969 – 1976. In 1976, Lois was employed as the Assistant Librarian for Switzerland County High School until 1978. In 1978, she became the Director for the Switzerland County Public Library, retiring in December 1995, after 17 years of service. While working as the director, she served as the president of the small libraries division of the Indiana Library Federation. She also assumed the responsibility of reporting the news and events going on “Around Vevay” as a community correspondent for the Vevay Newspaper. In 1997, Lois was employed as the Receptionist and Bookkeeper for Rosenberger Law Office in Vevay, Indiana, until 2000. Lois held membership in the Ruter Chapel United Methodist Church in Vevay, Indiana, where she was the choir director, Sunday School teacher and held various other offices. Lois was the former president of the United Methodist Women in Vevay, Indiana. She was an active member of the Vevay Music Club. She was a former member of the Swiss Wine Festival committee. Lois was also a member of the Vevay Tri-Kappa and Eggleston Club. While active in Tri-Kappa Lois served as a province officer for two years, and also served on the sorority’s state mental and health committee. She was an at-large member of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. In 2016, Lois was a torch bearer for the Indiana bicentennial. Lois enjoyed reading, needle work, music and singing. Lois passed away with her loving family by her side at 6:33 p.m., Thursday, December 19, 2019, at the Swiss Villa Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Vevay, Indiana.Lois will be lovingly remembered by her daughter, Lisa K. Rosenberger and her spouse, Tammy Moore of Lamb, IN; her grandchildren, April Lynn Rosenberger of Jeffersonville, IN and Crystal Dawn Stephens and her husband, Tyler of Bloomington, IN; her great-grandchildren, Lillian Kay Dickson, Scarlette Elizabeth Stephens, and Ezekiel Edward Scott Stephens and her several nieces and nephews.She was preceded in death by her parents, Charles Ellsworth Cheever, died May 26, 1974 and Irene Elizabeth (Dufour) Cheever, died September 3, 1997; her husband, Max E. Rosenberger, died February 15, 2006; her son, Gary D. Rosenberger, died December 26, 1967; her sister, Lucille Roberts-Holt, died August 24, 2006 and her niece, Marcia Ann Roberts Crabtree, died July 31, 1989.Friends may call 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., Sunday, December 22, 2019, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street, Vevay, Indiana 47043.Funeral services will be conducted Sunday, December 22, 2019, at 1:00 p.m., by Pastor Roger Parrott, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street, Vevay, Indiana 47043.Interment will follow in the Vevay Cemetery, Vevay, Indiana.Memorial contributions may be made to the Switzerland County Public Library. Cards are available at the funeral home or online at www.haskellandmorrison.com
The first ever detergent refill operation in Guyana was launched on Saturday by Dunae Trading Company. The company, which is a local manufacturer of liquid detergents and sanitizers, introduced this initiative so as to utilize plastic containers which are meant to be discarded.Co-owner of the business, Dwayne Younge, explained that this initiative will help to decrease the amount of waste being generated by householders.“We’ve just provided a space for persons who want to be environmentally conscious and…save on the cost they’re paying for detergents” he noted.Younge also noted that consumers who wish to take advantage of the low cost for detergents can bring their containers to the centre and refill them with their choice of liquid detergent. In this process, persons would also assist in the reduction of plastic packaging and utilisation of unwanted plastic bottles.There presently are eight types of cleansing agents available, primarily dishwashing liquid, antibacterial hand soap, multipurpose cleanser, disinfectant liquid, laundry detergent, fabric softener, car wash liquid, and degreaser liquid.Persons who wish to support this environmentally-friendly initiative can visit the centre at the Harris Paints Building at Third Avenue, Diamond Housing Scheme on the East Bank of Demerara (EBD).