Load remaining images On Thursday, December 7th, Turkuaz made a stop at Terminal West in Atlanta, GA for a two-set “evening with” show as part of their ongoing Fall tour. Drawing from the conventions that have ignited their existence and using that spark to forge its own sword, Turkuaz is a band that will make anyone move to their familiar beat, yet stay intrigued by an ability to explore its own complex character comprised of nine striking personalities.Turkuaz will play Exit / In tonight in Nashville, and The Vogue in Indianapolis tomorrow before closing the year in Baltimore, MD at Rams Head Live with Pimps of Joytime. Following that celebration, the band will embark on a Winter 2018 headlining tour that starts in Detroit on January 9, crossing the country to end in with two shows in Los Angeles with Galactic on March 30 and San Francisco on March 31. Head to the band’s website for all ticketing information.Turkuaz Debuts New Disco-Infused Tune, “On The Run”, With An Insane Music VideoCheck out the photo gallery from last night’s concert below, courtesy of photographer Andrew Hutchins.Turkuaz Tour Dates:Dec 08 – Nashville, TN – Exit / In #Dec 09 – Indianapolis, IN – The Vogue #Dec 29 – Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club $Dec 30 – New Haven, CT – College Street Music Hall $Dec 31 – Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live $Jan 09 – Detroit, MI – El ClubJan 10 – Columbus, OH – Skully’sJan 11 – Lexington, KY – Cosmic CharliesJan 12 – Asheville, NC – The Orange PeelJan 13 – Athens, GA – Georgia TheatreJan 16 – Miami, FL – Wynwood Yards (Jam Cruise Pre-Party)Jan 17 – Miami, FL – Jam CruiseJan 25 – Ithaca, NY – The HauntJan 26 – Stroudsburg, PA – Sherman TheaterJan 27 – Rochester, NY – AnthologyJan 28 – Toronto, ON – Velvet UndergroundJan 31 – Cohoes, NY – Cohoes Music HallFeb 01 – Killington, VT – Pickle BarrelFeb 02 – Burlington, VT – Higher GroundFeb 03 – Stratton, VT – Grizzly’sMar 14 – Telluride, CO – Club RedMar 15 – Frisco, CO – Barkley BallroomMar 16 – Fort Collins, CO – Aggie TheatreMar 17 – Steamboat Springs, CO – Gondola PlazaMar 20 – Park City, UT – O.P. RockwellMar 21 – Jackson Hole, WY – Pink Garter TheatreMar 22 – Bozeman, MT – RialtoMar 23 – Whitefish, MT – Remington BarMar 24 – Sandpoint, ID – The HiveMar 27 – Eugene, OR – HiFi Music Hall *Mar 28 – Chico, CA – Lost On MainMar 29 – Sacramento, CA – Harlow’sMar 30 – Los Angeles, CA – The Fonda Theatre %Mar 31 – San Francisco, CA – Warfield Theatre %# – w/ The Suffers$ – w/ Pimps of Joytime* – w/ Moon Hooch% – w/ GalacticTurkuaz | Terminal West | Atlanta, GA | 12/7/17 | Photos by Andrew Hutchins
State-owned Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI), the nation’s most profitable lender, announced on Tuesday a plan to distribute Rp 20.6 trillion (US$ 1.5 billion) in dividends to its shareholders.The dividends are equal to 60 percent of the bank’s profits of Rp 34.4 trillion, higher than last year’s dividend payout ratio of 50 percent. This means that the value of the dividend of each share will be Rp 168.1, 27.2 percent higher than last year’s dividend of Rp 132.2 per share.BRI, the biggest state bank by market value, also recorded a 6.1 percent yoy increase in earnings per share (EPS) in 2019 of Rp 279 compared with the 2018 EPS of Rp 263. BRI president director Soenarso said on Tuesday that the government, which holds a 56.75 percent stake in BRI, would receive a total of Rp 11.7 trillion of the dividend.“The remaining 40 percent of our profits will be used as retained earnings,” he said during a press briefing after the annual general shareholders’ meeting in Jakarta.BRI’s profits of Rp 34.4 trillion were the lowest in two years as lending growth slowed and the bank recorded a significant rise in bad loans last year, against the backdrop of the global and domestic economic slowdown.Lending grew 8.44 percent yoy in 2019 to Rp 908.88 trillion versus 14 percent yoy in 2018. Net interest income grew 5.2 percent to Rp 81.7 trillion in 2019, slower than the 6.35 percent in 2018. Bad loans as indicated by the non-performing loans (NPL) ratio rose to 2.8 percent last year from 2.27 percent in 2018. Read also: BRI profits slumps as bad credit rises in 2019 The shareholders meeting also agreed to appoint Deputy State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) Minister Kartika “Tiko” Wirjoatmodjo as the bank’s new president commissioner, replacing Andrinof A. Chaniago.It also appointed University of Indonesia (UI) rector and renowned economist Ari Kuncoro as the bank’s deputy president commissioner, who will also act as an independent commissioner, replacing Wahyu Kuncoro.The bank also made changes to its board of directors as it appointed Wisto Prihadi as the bank’s compliance director. The position was previously held by Azizatun Azhimah.SOE Minister Erick Thohir said last week that the ministry would shake up three state banks during their respective shareholders’ meetings that will take place this week, namely BRI, Bank Mandiri and Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI).”It’s normal as long as we can see someone who has great expertise,” Erick said, brushing off concerns about an “overhaul” of state enterprises.Bank Mandiri’s shareholders’ meeting will take place today (Wednesday) and BNI’s on Thursday.Read also: Erick Thohir to shake up executives at state lendersShares in BRI, traded under the code BBRI, closed at Rp 4,400 apiece on Tuesday, down 1.57 percent from the previous trading day. The stocks have risen 12.5 percent in the past year, easily outperforming the broader benchmark Jakarta Composite Index’s (JCI) 9 percent drop.Topics :
In a Reddit post created by professional Paladins player Patrick “sleeppyy” Ratzow, former captain of Mousesports’ Paladins team, the player alleges that Hi-Rez studios, creator of Paladins and popular MOBA Smite, has not been paying its players.Ratzow, who won $400 (£295) at the Masters LAN Gauntlet, a LAN qualifying event in April 2017, claims to have asked repeatedly for his tournament winnings but has been ignored by Hi-Rez throughout the ordeal.In an interview with Twin Galaxies, Ratzow summarised the situation, saying: “I got a Google Forms link emailed to me on April 24, 2017 that I had to fill to get my money, two days later, I got tax papers sent that I had to fill which I did. A couple months passed and I had heard nothing from Hi-Rez, emailing them several times with zero response. I ended up having to message a Hi-Rez employee outside his employment times on Discord to finally get a response. I hadn’t filled one of the tax papers, which was totally my fault, so I accepted it and moved on, waiting for my money. More months passed and emails sent, zero response. I ended up having to post about all of this on Paladins’ Subreddit (a few days ago as of this publication) to get a response from Hi-Rez, which happened within hours of my post as it rose to the top of the Subreddit.”Since the post blew up on the Paladins subreddit, multiple pro Paladins players have come out as saying they are also owed money by Hi-Rez, including Ozon3TV who claims to have gone through a similar ordeal following the PGS Phase 3 event.Following this, Hi-Rez COO Todd Harris took part in a short AMA with Paladins subreddit moderators, claiming that they “prioritise the treatment of [our] players very highly, and it’s unacceptable that people aren’t getting paid”. Harris does, however, state that, despite the rumours, all organisations within the Paladins Premier League will have been wired their money and any issues regarding this will have been a result of something being blocked along the way, such as incorrect paperwork.Esports Insider says: This is concerning news for Hi-Rez studios that does not reflect well on them as a developer nor studio. With the Paladins League being sanctioned by WESA, one would hope this issue will be resolved smoothly in the near future.
Don HumbertDon Humbert, 77, of Wellington, died Sunday, June 23, 2013 at the Spring View Manor in Conway Springs.Graveside Funeral Services will be held at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, June 26Â at the Sumner Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Wellington. Visitation will be held Tuesday from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m. with the family receiving friends from 5 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. at the Hawks-Shelley Funeral Home in Wellington. To honor his memory a memorial has been established with the Sumner Regional Medical Center. Contributions can be left with the funeral home. For more information or to leave an online condolence please visit www.hawksfuneralhome.comÂ .Â Donald Wayne Humbert was born on December 17, 1935 the son of Howard F. and Marcelyn I. (Dusenbury) Humbert in Harper. He was a 1954 graduate of Wellington High School and attended Kansas State. After college Don worked in the Oilfields. He was united in marriage with Rae Dressler on June 2, 1957. Don farmed his entire life as well as working as a machinist in Wellington. He later drove trucks and drove railroaders. He enjoyed pheasant hunting, boating and enjoyed playing cards. He enjoyed collecting antique dishes, coins and Coleman lanterns. Don was a member of the Wellington BPOE, Wichita Moose Lodge, Coleman Collectors, Wellington Masonic Lodge and the Midian Shrine.Survivors include his daughters, Darlene Reimer and husband Jack of Wellington, Maxine Branson and husband Keith of Columbia, MO and Glenda Gilpin and husband Gary of Hooker, OK; 2 grandchildren, Miranda Parson and husband Larry of Kansas City, KS and Elliot Branson of Minneapolis, MN; 2 great grandchildren, Cody Parson of Port Orchard, WA and Tia Parson of Kansas City, KS.Preceding him in death are his parents and 2 sisters, Vada Day and Kay Mills.