Legendary folkster Bob Dylan returns with his 37th studio album, Fallen Angels, on May 20th. The album serves as a follow-up to 2015’s Shadows In The Night, which sees Dylan covering some of the lesser-known songs of Frank Sinatra’s catalog. The new release continues down that trend, with Dylan picking out favorites from The Great American Songbook for the release. Dylan’s voice has never been perfect, and at 74-years-old, it’s more about his ability to tell a story than actually sing. Still, he captures the essence of these forgotten songs with an enthusiasm, reeling in a listener and teaching some sort of folk lesson.In advance of the new release, Fallen Angels is streaming in full via NPR’s First Listen. Tune in below:Dylan is also featured on the Desert Trip lineup, with The Who, The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Neil Young, and Roger Waters. Check out the latest update on that festival here.
According to the Pew Research Center, about half of lower-income Americans report household job or wage loss due to COVID-19. Young adults were disproportionately at risk of job losses from COVID-19, as were the least educated and those working low-wage jobs—common demographics of workers in high-risk industries, such as restaurants/bars and other service sectors such as transportation, retail, personal care, arts & entertainment, childcare and many others.Other common characteristics of these consumers which worsen their financial situation:They often don’t receive benefits such as paid leave.They do not have the option to work remotely.Many do not have emergency funds.Many do not have access to liquidity to pay their bills. In fact, under a traditional credit scoring system, many of these workers would not qualify for loans or other types of short-term credit.They often have no choice but to turn to high-priced payday loans.Although federal regulators have repeatedly urged credit unions to offer more favorable alternatives to high-priced loans—particularly on the heels of COVID-19, the prevalence of predatory lending continues, often trapping consumers in endless cycles of payday loan debt. Give your members a better way, or they WILL stray. In Velocity Solutions’ free white paper, we’ll discuss how the current economic crisis is affecting consumers’ financial behavior, and various strategies and options for providing short-term liquidity to your members in a time when they need your support more than ever.For more information, download our free white paper, Part IV of Velocity Solutions’ Credit Union Recovery Series: Your Consumers: Smart Strategies for Providing Short-Term Liquidity. 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
The excitement in this seasons Italian Serie A continued on Sunday which saw goals scored freely across all match centres. Claude Puel recorded a maiden league win with Leicester City, who look to finally kick start their season following successive league triumphs.ENGLANDBrighton and Hove Albion played out a 1-1 draw at home to Southampton, a game which saw both goals in either half scored through headers. Sean Davis handed the Saints a seventh minute lead before ageless forward Glenn Murray equalised with a headed goal for Brighton, his third league goal in two games.A goal and a wonderful build-up from the impressive Demarai Gray set the tone for a Leicester City win on manager Claude Puel’s bow for the Foxes, a 2-0 win against Everton at the King Power Stadium. Gray was instrumental in the opening goal, a lightening counter attack which ended with Jamie Vardy finding the back of the net, the English striker extending his impressive scoring record of scoring in the debut league matches of Claudio Ranieri, Craig Shakespeare and Puel. Gray extended the lead with a deflected shot in the 29th minute to secure maximum points for Leicester City who are 11thon the log on the back of successive league wins.ITALYThird-place Lazio set the tone for the goals rain in Serie A with a comprehensive 5-1 away win at bottom place Benevento. The capital team were impressive, registering all goals with five different goal scorers. Bastos, Ciro Immobile, Adam Marusic’s first-half strikes handed Lazio a comfortable lead. Achraf Lazaar pulled a goal back for the home team in the 55th minute, but further goals from Marco Parolo and Nani sealed a dominant win for Simeone Inzaghi’s team.Napoli survived a first-half scare to win 3-1 at home to Sassuolo, as they returned to the top of the standings, opening a three-point lead to their closest challenger’s, Juventus. Allan handed the home team a 22nd minute lead, Diego Falcinelli stunned the home support, equalising with a header four minutes before the break. Jose Maria Callejon restored the lead with a shot from outside the box before Belgian forward Dries Mertens completed scoring with a tap in.Crotone recorded the upset of the day defeating Fiorentina 2-1 at home to ease early season relegation worries, moving into 15th-place. Two first-half goals within a minute from Ante Budimir and Marcello Trotta handed Crotone a shock lead. Marco Benassi pulled a goal back for Fiorentina in the 44th minute but it wasn’t enough to salvage a result for the Florence-based teamFRANCENabil Fekir netted a first-half brace to hand Lyon a 2-0 home win against Metz. It was a morale boosting win for Lyon who moved into third-place on the log.RelatedPremier League Review (Sunday): New Manager, Same Result For Everton As South Coast Derby Ends In StalemateOctober 30, 2017In “England”Stat Attack (Weekend Preview)December 30, 2017In “England”Premier League; Week Eleven PreviewNovember 4, 2017In “Europe”