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Phil Lesh Recruits Eric Krasno, Karl Denson & More For Upcoming Show

first_imgGrateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh always keeps things interesting with his rotating Phil Lesh & Friends band, and his newest announcement is no exception. Lesh is set to welcome Karl Denson, Eric Krasno, Stu Allen, Danny Eisenberg and Mark Levy to his own Terrapin Crossroads venue come this Tuesday, July 26th. Both Krasno and Denson are now veterans of the Friends circuit, each having performed with Lesh on numerous occasions. With Krasno between legs of his summer tour promoting Blood From A Stone, his work with Lesh is always top notch.For more information about the show and tickets, you can head here!last_img read more

Noah joins FCSD

first_imgBrookville, IN—The Franklin County Sheriff’s Department is pleased to welcome a familiar face back to law enforcement.  Jeremy L. Noah has been appointed as a Franklin County Sheriff’s MERIT Deputy. Deputy Noah began his law enforcement career in 2005 with the Brookville Police Department.  Deputy Noah graduated from the 190th session of the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy and comes to the department with over 14 years of law enforcement experience. Deputy Noah left the profession in early 2018, to return in January of 2019 with Franklin County.  Deputy Noah is a life long resident of Franklin County, where he resides with his wife and three children.   Jeremy was asked about returning to law enforcement and responded he was excited to begin the next chapter in his life and hopes he can serve the citizen of Franklin County well.last_img read more

Scientists “May” Have Figured out What Causes Autism

first_imgResearchers may have determined what triggers autism in children and it’s not vaccinations.Scientists have identified a genetic mutation that, they say, causes autism and intellectual disability.According to the study, a gene called “USP9X,” controls a network of proteins. These proteins modify cell structures that regulate how nerves communicate with each other and interpret information. Researchers say that the mutation of this process affects early postnatal brain development.They say that it is linked to Autism Spectrum Disorder, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.Scientists say that with this new knowledge there is greater possibility of the development of treatment.The three year study was a collaborative effort between University of Chicago, Northwestern University, University of Queensland and University of Adelaide.last_img read more