Powered by Flash MP3 Player Winter has come a little early to the mountains of the Mid-Atlantic. As this November Trail Mix goes live, the higher elevations of the Blue Ridge Mountains are blanketed with an early – and heavy – snow. Time to hit the slopes or strap on the snowshoes, get outside and head into the whiteness!Make sure you take this month’s fantastic Trail Mix with you!We kick off November with “Bilgewater Blues,” a funky blues jam from Jimmy Herring, one of the South’s living guitar legends. Herring has played with Aquarium Rescue Unit, The Allman Brothers Band, Widespread Panic, Phil Lesh, and more, and has spent much of the latter part of 2012 supporting his second solo release, Subject To Change Without Notice.Trail Mix is also thrilled to present a track from Grammy winning artist Kathy Mattea. Mattea, a West Virginia native, has become a leading voice in the struggle mountain top removal. Her latest record on the Sugar Hill label, Calling Me Home, speaks to her deep Appalachian roots.True to form, Trail Mix is all over the musical map this month. We have Australian singer/songwriter Paul Kelly, Irish folkie Luka Bloom, rockabilly queen Rosie Flores, and some great regional artists in Antique Firearms, The Mason Brothers, The Bloody Angle, The Last Bison, Aaron Burdett, and Bryan Elijah Smith & The Wild Hearts.We are also happy to have tracks from Ari Hest, Jim Byrnes, Forest Sun, The Coal Porters, The Trishas, and many more for you. Make sure to give Trail Mix a spin this month. Download or stream at home, work, or on your intelligent device of choice. Spread the word. Help us share the music these fantastic artists have so willingly shared with us. And if you take a notion, grab a disc from one or two or these great bands or catch them live if they are coming through your neck of the woods.Download Trail Mix November 2012 here.Click here to open the player in a new window.Download more music from month’s past here! They never go out of style.No flash player!It looks like you don’t have flash player installed. Click here to go to Macromedia download page.
The visa-waiver program means that Croatian citizens can travel to the United States without a visa for a maximum period of 90 days, for tourist or business reasons. The visa-free agreement for Croatian citizens should be signed in the coming months, as well as the abolition of visas, as Croatia has met all the conditions in this fiscal year, which ends in the United States on September 30. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is on an official visit to Croatia today, and a meeting on cooperation and alliance between the two countries was held in Dubrovnik. The US Secretary of State confirmed that the conditions for two extremely important projects, which have been under development for decades, have been met – abolition of visas for Croatian citizens (visa-waiver) and signing an agreement on avoiding double taxation. By the way, only Croatia, Romania, Bulgaria and Cyprus are the only members of the European Union that need a visa for the United States. Photo: US Embassy in Croatia
The grievance case, which drew anti-Jacksonville comments from former players, added to a long list of problems during Coughlin’s reign. The Jaguars went from reaching the 2017 AFC championship game and boasting perhaps the best young defense in the league to consecutive losing seasons and numerous star departures. Defensive mainstays Jalen Ramsey and Dante Fowler left for the Rams via separate trades, likely contributing to the unit’s recent downturn.MORE: NFL playoff pictureMinutes after Wednesday’s dismissal was announced, Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette tweeted an often-used blinking gif in cryptic fashion. Fournette was one of the players to win a grievance against the team. RB Leonard Fournette confirms he won a grievance against Jaguars to get a $99K fine rescinded. Tom Coughlin fined Fournette for his actions (sitting on the bench while inactive) during the 2018 season finale— Mark Long (@APMarkLong) December 18, 2019pic.twitter.com/VtYdjeXfIx— 7⃣ Leonard Fournette (@_fournette) December 19, 2019Ramsey also weighed in — to an extent.👀..🤐— Jalen Ramsey (@jalenramsey) December 19, 2019Jacksonville owner Shad Khan said he had planned to fire Coughlin at the end of the campaign, but that his mindset changed this week.General manager Dave Caldwell and coach Doug Marrone will remain on staff for now, Khan said.More Khan: “General Manager Dave Caldwell and Head Coach Doug Marrone will each report directly to me on an interim basis. My expectations, and those of our fans, for our final two games and the 2020 season are high.” https://t.co/7NcsCamAFR— Mark Long (@APMarkLong) December 19, 2019 The Jaguars fired embattled executive vice president of football operations Tom Coughlin on Wednesday, ending a two-year tenure marked by a sharp decline in on-field performance and accusations of player mismanagement.Earlier this week, the NFL Players’ Association won an arbitration grievance against Jacksonville after Coughlin fined players not receiving offseason medical treatment at team facilities — a clear violation of collective bargaining agreement rules. As a result, the Jaguars were forced to pay players back, and Coughlin received criticism for alienating his team through unnecessary punishment.