Dark Star Orchestra wrapped up their fall tour earlier this month in Milwaukee, and have a second leg of dates ahead of them to close 2017. Today, the Grateful Dead-inspired ensemble announce a winter tour that will keep them on the road for most of the month of February. The winter tour will kick off February 8 in Seattle followed immediately by a pair in Portland, February 9-10. Catch DSO in Eugene and Ashland, OR before they make for the Golden State in Paradise on Valentine’s Day. They’ll return to San Francisco for a duo on February 16-17, then head over to their annual stop in Lake Tahoe on February 18. A SO-CAL and Vegas swing will wrap everything up when they take on Anaheim, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles before coming to a close in San Diego on February 24.The band is preparing to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the first-ever DSO show 11/11/97 when they show up in Albany, NY at the Palace Theater for what is expected to be a very special night. The remaining fall tour will bring the band throughout the Northeast while heading to NJ and Philadelphia for a four-show NYE run. 2018’s first performances are beachside in Runaway Bay, Jamaica within the Jam in the Sand VI Festival featuring four nights of Dark Star Orchestra along with three sets by DSO friends Hot Tuna, and three foot-stomping sets by the Rumpke Mountain Boys, all within the all-inclusive Jewel Paradise Cove Resort.Complete tour dates and ticketing information can be found here.Dark Star Orchestra 2017-2018 Dates11.10.17 Montclair, NJ – Wellmont Theatre11.11.17 Albany, NY – Palace Theatre20th Anniversary Performance!11.12.17 Peekskill, NY – Paramount Hudson Valley11.14.17 Northampton, MA – Calvin Theatre11.16.17 Portland, ME – State Theatre11.17.17 New Haven, CT – College Street Music Hall11.18.17 Worcester, MA – The Palladium11.19.17 Ithaca, NY – The State Theatre11.21.17 Concord, NH – Chubb Theatre11.22.17 Jim Thorpe, PA – Penn’s Peak11.24.17 Huntington, NY – The Paramount11.25.17 Huntington, NY – The Paramount11.29.17 Richmond, VA – The National11.30.17 Richmond, VA – The National12.01.17 Norfolk, VA – The NorVA12.02.17 Washington, DC – The Anthem12.28.17 Montclair, NJ – Wellmont Theater12.29.17 Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory12.30.17 Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory12.31.17 Philadelphia, PA – Electric FactoryJam In The Sand – 1.18 – 21.18 Runaway Bay, Jamaica, Jewel Paradise Cove Resort2.08.18 Seattle, WA – The Showbox2.09.18 Portland, OR – Roseland Theater2.10.18 Portland, OR – Roseland Theater2.12.18 Eugene, OR – McDonald Theatre2.13.18 Ashland, OR – Historic Ashland Armory2.14.18 Paradise, CA – Paradise Performing Arts Center2.16.18 San Francisco, CA – The Warfield2.17.18 San Francisco, CA – The Warfield2.18.18 Lake Tahoe, NV – Harrah’s South Shore Room2.21.18 Anaheim, CA – House Of Blues2.22.18 Las Vegas, NV – Brooklyn Bowl Vegas2.23.18 Beverly Hills, CA – The Saban Theatre2.24.18 San Diego, CA – House Of Blues[photo by Benjamin Adams]
May 15, 2007 (CIDRAP News) – The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE) today released a 3-day online course to teach state and local public health officials how to respond to human cases of H5N1 avian influenza.The course, titled “CDC/CSTE Rapid Response Training: The Role of Public Health in a Multi-Agency Response to Avian Influenza in the United States,” is available on the CSTE Web site. It consists of six modules that cover surveillance, case management, personal protective equipment, poultry farm investigation, management and public health action, and laboratory issues. The downloadable materials include lectures, presentations, case studies, tabletop exercises, and other items.Jennifer Lemmings, deputy director of programs for the CSTE, told CIDRAP News the materials are freely available to individuals or groups and are designed to meet the multidisciplinary needs of a wide range of public health professionals. Though the course is intended to provide 3 days of group instruction, the modules can be shortened or modified to meet the needs of different public health workers.The online course was developed from courses that the CDC and CSTE conducted early this year in Washington, DC, Denver, and Atlanta. A key component of the training is coordination between veterinary and human public health agencies at all governmental levels, the CDC said in a press release today.”The unique aspect of the training is that it brings together human and animal health professionals, who would work together as part of a multidisciplinary response to an avian influenza threat,” said Joshua Mott, an epidemiologist in the CDC’s influenza division who led the course development. “Importantly, this training also teaches public health response skills that are applicable to other emerging diseases.”The CDC and CSTE developed the online curriculum with educators at the North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness. Support for the regional courses and the online adaptation came from a $2 million grant from the CDC.No human or avian infections with the lethal strain of H5N1 have been reported in North America. Birds in 58 countries have tested positive for the virus, while 12 countries have reported human H5N1 cases.See also:May 15 CDC press releasehttp://www.cdc.gov/media/pressrel/2007/r070515.htm
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